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And Was Run-Down, Weak and
Nervous, Says Florida Lady.
Five Bottles of Cardui
Made Her Well.
Kathleen, Fla.-Mrs. Dallas Prined
Of this place, says: "After the birth
of my last child...I got very much
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that I could hardly do anything at
all. I was so awfully nervous that
I could scarcely endure the least
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worse all the time...
I knew I must have some relief or
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and was so nervous and weak I could
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however, thie poor circulation disap
peared. My strength came back to
me and I was soon on the road to
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and attend to my six children be
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C. AIMED BY DEATH
Millionaire Steel Magnate Dies Aftei
AT SUMMER HOME, LENOX
Taken Ill With Bronchial Pneumonia
Had Enjoyed Summer on
Lenox, Mass., Aug. 11.-Andrev
Carnegie, iron master and philantro
pist, died today in his great mansiot
overlooking a lake in the beautifu
Berkshire Hills, where he sought se
elusion when bodily infirmity overtool
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him and his mind was saddened by
the entrance of his country into the
Although he had been in feeble
health for more than two years, his
final illness was brief-a. matter of
days. A severe cold developed quick
ly into bronchial pneumonia, the aged
patient lapsed into unconsciousness
and the end came as though it were
the beginning of a deeper sleep.
No ostentation will mark the fu
neral of the man who, when he began
eighteen years ago to give away his
millions, was reputed to have the
second largest private fortune in
America. A simple service, attended
only by members of his family and
his household, will be held at the
home, Shadow Brook, t tomorrow or
Wednesday. The time had not been
determined tonight. It is expected
that the body will be taken to Pitts
burg, the city where he laid the found
ations for his wealth, for burial.
Mrs. Carnegie was at her husband's
bedside in the last hours of his life,
but he did not revive sufficiently to
permit of any sign of recognition.
Their daughter, Margaret, who last
April married Enisgn Roswell Miller,
of New York, was notified that it
was aparent that the illness would
be fatal, and she hurried from her
home at Millbrook, N. Y., arriving a
few minutes after her father had
Bears Shock Bravely.
The widow of the Laird of Skibo,
although overcome with grief at the
comparatively sudden death of her
husband, bore the shock .bravely. Her
physician said tonight that she had
recovered sufficiently to make it pos
sible for her to go through the ordeal
of the private funeral service.
When Mr. Carnegie returned to his
summer home last spring it was evi
den to his intimates that the once
great industrial leader was a broken
man and that any slight indisposition
might have a fatal end. However,
the air of the Berkshires and the se
clusion afforded in his beautiful es
tate appeared to benefit him and he
exhibited occasional flashes of the old
exuberance that had made him a cheer
ful companion for so many years.
Mr. Carnegie proved an easy prey
to a cold contracted last Thursday
diately. The soothing, healing oil stim
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After you feel that you have cured
-yourself, continue to take one or two
capsules each day, so as to keep In
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and after a futile attempt to shake
it off he took his bed the following
In his last (lays whatever his
thoughts may have been, Mr. Carne
gie appeared as one far removed from
the affairs of the world in which he
had played so great a part for more
than the average lifetime. To his
physician he spoke only of his health
and the mode of living best suited to
it. He always appeared cheerful.
No guards were needed to induce
the people of the countryside and the
occupants of the sqmmer villas to re
spect the privacy which they instinct
ively understood would be desired by
Mrs. Carnegie and her daughter.
It was chiefly due to Mrs. Carne
gie's description of Shadow Brook,
after a visit to the estate in the early
summer of 1917, as; bearing a strong
resemblance to the country around
Skibo Castle in his native Scotland,
that the ironmaster decided to pur
chase the property. The war had pre
vented his annual visit to Skibo and
indeed had made such changes there
that it was understood that he had
decided to make his country home in
America for the remainder of his
New York, Aug. 11.-Telegraph and
telephone comn munl ication throughout
the United States and Canada was se
riously interrupted and in many cases
completely stopped, shortly after noon
today by the aurora borealis, the
"merry dancers" of Arctic explorers.
Western Union officials said the at
mospheric disturbance was the most
extended in their records.
NERVES "ON EDGE"?
FIFTY KILLED IN RIOTS
Berlin, Aug. 9.--Fifty persons were
killed during disturbances yesterday
near Chemnitz, a railroad station, thir
ty-eight miles southwest of Dresden.
Troops were overpowered a'nd dis
ar.ed by a mob. The soldiers and
horses were slaughtered and flesh dis
t'ihuted to the crowd. Many wounded
pers-ns are in the Chemnitz hospital.
Additional troops are being sent to
quiet the d:orders.
NOTIC ' OF )ISCIIA RGE
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the
1st (lay of September 1919 at 11
o'clock a. In., for letters of Discharge
as Executrix of the Estate of W. E.
Maria Scott Brown,
Manning, S. C., July 3, 31st 1919 c.
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