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440 eY ou did ToU Itwys (1
torrett thing. I3ut I re'used you,
o kild lodic tuetconary to take you
otu ist unidrstaid. It Is
c:flrisa- with -11w. -.I -*hnlt to
to bo sif sup'l)Oting. Father'n
itup'our othei qoses ought tn
m mo. I hall not be
*S ~ desirable then I some ldy"
iihope the. time will cone before
- Idr and isaplointment eat the mn
shine out of your heart!' And lobert.
"IMUST APoxaL X1UN D~l T1111 (TROU
Decering, multimillionaire, went homle
Ionivinced that ait, times mnoney is at
Whn eogeSers Bet' fahr
ha idsdel nooehd/s
petdta ewstiacal rpld
had moved AInto1a tiny lt and1I rac-M
BetDeering 'sau 1 devtionr wasu~ woe
ThenI1Q~ Buddnly t ty had iounce1$d
t ha eg'8erselfern thather ffiorts
ighat prel fru 10ss Ast an5( Snteu
aetc ties t ie had.' won recognIl (rition so
nauturallyi lwas tro th stae. thatsh
-wtid ind hern neel1 bferf axous
evayhiof ncetat she obt( aned nlhe
itvetd contect. he wlas engageya
had smald salyto utnderstd ad prom
tJcst riinkonMy.e cOid anythringa
beleier toNlyh apan mna Ir
anwnil and thion iome~d home 1arning
heeb ounlatrday a a noe
to~ nietritthbils. *j~ith rnyo
You earner suc 1af -at hrn Yu
wiltre of wqechad wo roeobtin with
ur.e I W herims. ferrxi
Bettyo madertaintymie. o"anD thm
otedic-1 could. I'dwa ypecaed dt
noroalf .sableve t ->ersibye. Buo 1
ohpeutates l-tine. plyn scesu
boLgn. In the moringy atene
th ind Mzcchd anythisel
blet otae hounr. Iti the pa, aurnoo
sahe tdid t~yher-coelf hliep ohe had
maseredo turdays.-a ftsh com-p
moe reorucig at ec p.'eloran o.
.t;illetire os'af eQt. h1 (r mlorst ec ob ith
theleaingwmn eaid nau
nett dirae tyg igel. The onl
dmor Ifreieed in--BobiSe Iun n
rehea eard1( anyuthn Iof Whsn lie-w
gdlernd oonalsuo brooded orai
sh tde o lo"4ef 'Dbeeling had
ble ut o etty'sn--he g adcro In
.~ l.s~ali fgely happy,)' tiic - lin
o1 h vetri Just'ust i oneto dinotnan
fSlaig ho ectanre. Thel iiitraton
raly. alhyDuesng, het awnd he
aesd sidig e't fi 'el, nl
c fortdwasthe'ole erle NIIlety.
hrie d c beeni fx1 Asyt
~80Q '.o an thny ofd h Tr.w
hear OhiCo., origie
~ p ftn o t as she reat oe
mlbe o oere forti he
~ *zi~e ~ h .dc rele ititation'
pmOeDorn IEoley r iey.
~, oodit t49~i ca d etda.
lf~~ anrio, R. eye mri.h
.6 01ko vore
box to. ske. You
ol or e?'e
' tr or D teed 3tty, e.
6 bring 1
PAt the - Rn undestudy,
ilt take long. .
bo if~ pist.
bt dot,'' repat d Doer
" t'cs to y te ne
ta ill fhoy ' fy- O etty eUsr
ig.i. . t t il e o ee
,lalfe e hkd-1e :1
WhVI i' ohy t obii to nII ten, tt'.
ht'yhetho hd neported i
ibor :1,ho theater ty1l wit to supi
h"etty huad long forg tten every
thinlg -but hle jnvssing mioment..
Trieud stopped, to Oechange gre
"A'd twher li havo yobe tolit11"
"Nowhere. Nad itiickets'' e 'l -
Wut the leadhu;, wu-ian was, tkent sud-.
denly III, aind they clos.tc (the theater.
JOly Ftrange they had no undertudy!"
'Ienl, hollUNfg, he rejontihis frs in
"Ohl, oh," gay ped' Uegtty whell she
could get hertbreith, "thmundersudy
.Is here!" Then she htgh)ed hystedal.
ly. "I t biiness woman! And at thi
firmt tiste di -pleasure forgot every.
'it's illy fialt," protested Deert. ing
. "Tlhe tununger won't recognize your
responsibilty, and e n11ever gave You
"Theyv'll discharge me! What shall I
do?" There were tears4 lit 11,my's eye.
i"E ter Into a11 nother n:.-::"lein it."
siggested Delrig, eprolpty. Bett
wIere You en't g " yourh wae whore
you woll't be unldeltalmy, but 1the ' val
The next day the manager' -at. nt I
dlesk when the oflice boy brouight him nt
"ar'd, "8von3d hel awaly. I'M bu-sty,"
comrnllandeld tho ananag.'er anwlry.
I t 1t's mlost imuportant," pleaded
Beoty, tlippng past the boyv. "I don't
suppose youl will forgive m es"
"It wIas so uprofessioal .hLat I have
nothing to say, Miss Seers."
"Mrs. Deering," interpolated Betty
A"Mrs. Rtobert Deering." The namne was
wellknown. The nmnager turned to
"iYou see, my iulsbhlud"-Attty lI
most tripped onl the word---"els It
was is fa'it. WO wer married t lst
nilght. 11 Illawyer will settlo whantever
moirchliry loss You sustalined. IHe tinklls
I'ml ep t int t price. But fo mliy
self I 11111t apologize. Under the cvi
"I weIShI you evly i app iniess," saidt]
the maliager gallangtly.
"Thatkls!" Cried Hoh, ippearing in.
tho doorway. "I want to shake adI
tI'. ler lar of youg eon met my
w re. " _
No Pois in Chamberaiu Co-I
From Naipier New Zeahilan, Hlorah:j
year s go tI Pl r nlit' _.. u 1. I o
80S ti Wals, us traliat' h tad n a nsi
bunl leo the onuh meicne hatluin
:tht ikt. Onf' of l t honir li st(t''I i ihmi
ftopnnd onl o'ei haltii the eclred wa
entirl fr eemifrom'll't' on' ti T hri s tex~u
apelt-in wafC iaimeis CongIt'th:T .iem
edy, iadlb thdes cnhraitni ledic iie
O(T' absen 'of ll' Threic m-,kles- ti
remoty Sthel~ gaestaiet t'W$01haiti can bt.
had;0l13 andit s wth f'eelingW ar ofa' ct-l,
:bat( ather c in g e it, ato hert l'itth
me s.gt n'o' Chambrlain' oug Rtemedy ii
pi iiiy rehtioning ded by'its ii'er
wit'i..uahe, cldis, oronpe an whot pilg
cough.i ofi crmedyt is~l frt eah
P1'ikent Dr' g o, T . N.'ly Hunter, ibh
Ai~u ertei'mtry pntcoitng (thelit armes
of a este rnti' jianununigiit Si..'io foi'r
year gouu'l wear-lde pasldott wiho
bil befor'e Ithei da'ingat bl it l
ofeeon deoed~'',13 om ~ 1:at' fi-mun:.
Rolltbr t h't(l wl ie ow ait sypr;li werw
n~l aightr The tut'n nn utlohh in!
lelped, and 01 te ald, rfrobl'n cn'a
oehlped hvotm t thcj~ citrop ilte .uul
,onedtl' on the fsi'hi oi ng tn it
ait $eep.n0 whch ate'k to mois-ithin
it hae co.<uts ofvr .'ad onr .th
amn wll11:l0-1in t e :irbe ~lt' of
urnd Oer tl the at nmi' oferid
in vandual;. far tham. iT'e It as
Lrtcdno ine linydfrn the wid i
back, ta elliKn co ad Alwaysn oghey
ha oefo ot yer. Tmn
Ny CUARkLES H.
CAiIIB IRLI N
CoPrgt?7 1906, by Chares Ir. Chambittn
Johtn Cak'roll $at tipped back in his
ofice chair, his. feet perched comforta
bly on the desk in front of him. The
eclik, click of a typewriter, mingled
with the muriur of voices, came to
.:1 hihtinelly t'11oughI the 0loed
.or, the curtainl o' wh01 was drawn
-rg mil toi his olileo foreo that he was
' tvv)i mu Wl oil I%, ocouit be dis
L'ean!g; over, Cauroll took a letter
oiom tip, tik ait eireftully reread it.
"D.eair Mr. Carroll- Mother Is writing
I to frids t iome and has aaked me to
1(t you know that we are sailing for
s'ew Yrl We-lhe1.ntlay itoday's Mon
ta' . . :r:2r.:,'..lI Is a slow
:q0t ind briigi us to port a week
ro .tuIj(ty. Please come and meet
iW. We shll be itterly helpless III that
.o.ltr au.l outie after the two years
.p..nt InI this. slow go)!ng hietnisphere,
"1 w-oIdIer It' mother's Alegal adviser'
imsai eling'e.1 and if we *vill recognize
hi a:i it tli phr. As for me, foreign cap
ta!-- have adde-l three ilcihes to my
'aegb, bithsj the dignity of a preseO
.;n at ol'I. Itil the coming 8ttt
".\Al t(GIT CILEARWATER."
'lhIa t igm1111iure mteant so much and
Atio'hr le(t(r In filuer haIn read;
")Ieat .1 hna-Margaret is writing for
i-our help on our arrival, but I need
om ihe [Ip riyht a way. A young fellow
rtmI ';t.burg namiedi R4ichards met
blargaret at a country house in Devon
hire six months ago and has been dc
oted to her ever since. How devoted I
'11 niot dreamu until sho told Inc yester
nty tl.it he lad proposed. In spite of
ny protes;ts because of their youth
\targa'ret has promised him an answer
1 two monlitls. For 'the last year I
myve heen trying to persuado her to ne
ept an1 1uglismian who has a tidy
brewing iisiess in Yorkshire and
wlo) has benii her colstalt 'shadow,'
)I she says she will marry an Amerl
-an or di4 a balhelor girl.
"Now, John, please look this fellow
i) flimnacilly. I am not yet persuad
od that he is not after Margaret's mon
"y. A nl when we get home, do use
yoir iiilitence withi her to postpone the
wh11h' husiiess 11u1l she comes of age.
"Ilow good it will seem to he within
';tsy r'elach of yori' sound141 advice once
more'q. S inrey
"EV EIJN CLICARWATIR."
Ten years before, fresh from college,
whereuI he had nuitde a name for him
:''h as (rack guard and stroke oar, Car
,l had ljoitted Steplien Clearwater as
his privato secretary. For flve years
he aid M:argaret, Clearwater's only
(lild. had been very good clums. She
always loed her tributo of candy Oil
him wheltnev'er he appeared at her house
anld usual Ily nianaged to accompany
him en his drives when overseeing her
th ier's real estate initere'sts.
Thenu hea had started his own bust
nies, site had gone away to school, and
t hey had not miet until her home comt
lng for her father's funeral, shortly aft
er wvhieh she and her mother had sailed
for Europe. As Carroll reviewed his
life for' the past ten years he acknowi
edged to himself that lie could not tell
iu.st when It was that lhe had fallen in
love with Mtargaret. Certain it wa
helad ( never'C disco(vereda his affet'ijont,
imtch less teelr:iia ed It. T te had let
her~t go~ to Etiturope withIouit taksting any
signi. tiin g thaIt thereo wouild be p len
to anttothert tuan1, oitl the eastles lie had
enhhiinig for thei past two years
It t1.:mslo d upon~l htim that her ship wias
he ini a co'iie of' da~ys' and that it de
tvlvul tiohim il to look til this young
Itili ls ini the mieant ime.
Satturday found Carroll at the pier.
1Ieorging fromt the rush of passengers,
Mrs.. (.'earwvater greeted him with the
wI t irth and affection of a mother.
\largatret oifered her hand I a formals
way andoo tunied to bid adieu to nc
'innaintances of I1,3 v'oyage. Cuistomis
tiih'il, dispenseHd with, Carroll saw
iithe other mid( dlatughter safely en
St'onced' Itn a (enb and left them to re
Joini Mrs. Ciearwawtter at their hotel aft
"WVell, John," Mtrs. Clearwvater s'aid
as lie entteredl the room that night, "I've
'tenit Miargar~et off' to her room so we
-ann have a talk alone. You enn as
herl later, btt I must retire early and
sleep oft' the rolIng of' the ship1. I~irst
I wanit t' k now wha t yotu learned abott
young I(lieards4. ie's all right social
ty, but I'tm ntot pierfectly sur'e lhe's not
af tter Ma rgarmet-s moiiey.'"
"I've maide' imiinirhes among my
friends," rlied ('arroll in a dIry v'oice,
dandt~ find( his fatmlly fortunea conisid.
er-aly ttore lihan dotule Margaret's
Ma's. t'henir wa ter amlled.
"Truthfutlly. John, I don't helleve the
girl really loves hIm, though wh'len I
try to tal1k hert ot of' her determhitation
to give hiltina fititt anuswer' in two
mlonithts shte itnsistit she will accept him.
Thidt ta t you11 w(1 iere to be contsultetl
made(I hte' fu'-lous."
"1 fe'l shte Iaiviwholly right about it,
Mr's. jleai'water't."' interrutet(d Carroll.
"S~~h knowsV she( is responisile to ymt
a lone, and1( I amti sure that whlatev~er K
might i-ay woubil not onily fail to con.
~vincte buit ~t ouh aciflice hiet' friend
.91dp. a thtinig which I aan very anxious
*.tfargaret's entrance etut short. furthet'
ts eftetin a girea as a worn n's, But Thos.
-. Atustmn Mgr. of Ite "R publioan," (of
Leavent wort.. Imn., was no unreasonab'o
woe-t hto telused to all, w lie dootors to
opera ttt. on his v 'ife for f- male tronble,
"Jutrtead," lie says', ''wO conoluided to
tke' I';eirio Bittera. '.i w.ife was then
II siek, sht could~ ihdt v e her bed,
atd Sphaysictians hadl f ied to relieve
wri. afi(I tainitg E'co tie Bitters she
'.s' pma etty cur-ed, apd cun now per.
h.n . er htousehoild duties.'
atted b~y Picke B Drug 00 Prios
- EM~llMEEEM T 7 foul
The Exact Thing Required for Const I
$'A s a certian purgative aind tomach
purifier Chamberlain's Stomnach and
Liver Tablets seem to be the ex ot 11tma
requiired, strong enough for thje m ost
rohnet, yet mild enough and Finfo for
chiildren and without twat teriib'oigi igsing
Aco common to Most pnryaftlveS" it R.
S. Webstor & Co , UdoraOtr.
Canaida. For Wae by P'okonm D, ng Co.
HTATE OF SOUTl CA ROLINA,
Couity of '9iokoa.
W, M, Hugood, et al., Plaintiffs,
Jane Winchester, et al., Defeilntm.
In pursluale of a deoretal onder inl
the above sated ease 1-y Hion. Chas. o.
Dantzler dated No)v. 8, 19M1 and oin if a
in the Clerk's oitice A* will moil to. ilw.
highes4t hidoler onl Haledaty in Decemim-e,
1905 during the legal hours t-r - I#.ii
Pickens Court H1ouse, -4. (). the. f, - uo
ing des~cribed trats (if land :
1nt, All thalt piece parciel or ir ni t
landA in% the con#%ty o~fPiktaadt
State aore.aidon wate of 'rwCr
adjoinng lana of Tania...*smW
J. Cenabw ad ot, r conainng lft.
(50)aere mor orles ,dkn :sth
milltrat ad iprovmenf -'he on
2d, ll t t ieceor prea of I
1'rin -xc Tngh~ Reuiedfo Ct
be paid u pabi ono.
b slan onr aen puritie an so, c
pritier tOhamberis s - t . h a
Livf tabese he the exs.trtor a
fromut dye omildh woh an f o
'hO com toa mos p'wa'es"h. ~ aR
8. eten-- & o r Udrn za.i.
Canecdai For ilsab no sDsu (
STATF, OF SOUTl CA OLINA
ouat'y of PJk.es
By.. 1M. Ntegowhe F.-gl. r. .l Ptir.a
Wh prsunceof a. lnorti m1 der i
treaio fe state f~ nI II 'iti..(s .
DTzl.or diae Naa.,115i) nto
in the l' i-dlef:e 0: wil SO) t. 1
htighnt Iihidtlr n 8.-gnday in : he r I g h.
ingd erid tras of lan md't M
litr, All -t ate pi a tsy-e :.r . ., r p
plard f e in the co njwk~s i ta tP "
aft~efresbid -on heret. i of &,'w -h
the frenbw n ti- rsi- c',tai a Iit
bC)ace v mowrv'e orid naubi-dtrawa tn
2dAl he matd, eorPI&1lii t
Gd -n ndt i , d'.&' c isesul s.
theonth ag to Nov..a- 190 9: th '3
ter ofort ne..dn.
l~s1uai il~i~ J 13 Nw
credi p~rlainI 4.1 )
TI 1C "Eiti3" CI TT
N 'M.LE0 . SPS A s. l
47 4A A 1'a
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ONLY REMEDY 1
AW Mi All Over." Thos
er cI t n "Y Srn. Hea Jache
E MOVES THE
Qllin e y. M Jn.,uly 18. 190.
.bitt Chemlical Co., "~!1 norid.
!ar Sirs: I was Ilaid ul> 1.st November with
umati Innmy f ort anld nul les. but after taking
-bt sofRema ide hvenot been bothereti
C. I tried every 0oLd kind' of linimient and was
or two d1c1,atd all I iried htad the samne re
..uut il I I. t R hutitmaide. Now, I am vleased to
it hm, not b-en iicceicary for mne to take any
licinet for- i-emnatismn sinco Yebruary last.
rybody that I reemnmended it has had the
c resul ts. Yours very trutly
P1. RANAGAN. Manager.
Quinicy Industrial Co-operalnvo Society.
C A Ta
Do you wan't ^o liv
where labor is ev:
animal vitality :sAn.v
Do you vjust-'I to 11
varied than i any c90.
of great ranceser t,
will assure 7 u
Do youw o
bottes f buscitnd aes noiee olirc
e.1t~el vryod iThoenaieitatc a
tyltd' t is C'tnmnle tt a a the
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pains are danger signals, warning you of a discasc that
;, Pauhs, Bad Taste in the Month, th!Rt "No-Account"
CAUSE OF THE PAIN.
Cured 80-year-old Srs. Mary Welborn. of High Point, N. C., after ohe
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Methodist minister, of stoiaterstoWn, Md. Cure John F. Eline, of Balti
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Wilkes of Dillon, 8. C. after he had bten in bed three years and his legs
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There's Danger In Delay.
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ve. An a region where *Q . *-2re
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. fine opportunity to t a small farm that
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