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FOOD FOR FINGERS,
Fahis Prohibits Ia Use of Forks For
There have always been certain ar
ticles of food for which the use of
forks, etc., seemed superfluous, and for
which fashion permitted the use of fing
ers, even in the most particular dining,
says the Boston Herald. Occasionally
new dishes are added to the list to
'vhich the old-time expression applies
-"fingors were made before forks"
lnd it is generally understood that, in
spite of the ever-multiplying variety
of forks, tongs and spoons for use
with every conceivable object on the
table, there are certain edibkr, which
it is far better to eat with tie ingers.
While a few independent petoplo dare
set aside the fashionahle prop:i Pie,
many others will do as tlwy know they
are expected. As a rule, sugar tongs
are passed with block sugar, but. as a
diner out once said, " prefer to use
my fingers, f6r if you are not just so
careful it drops with a splurge, which
is very humiliating."
Olives should be eaten with the
fingers; any attempt to use a fork is
foolish. When passed they should de
dipped out with the spadelike spoon
accompanying, then dropped on the
bread and butter plate and carried to
the mouth with the thumb and fore
Bread. toast and all kinds of small
cakes should be taken in the fingers.
as well as cheese, though some very
particular people use a fork with the
At the most fashionable luncheons
.Vgh-bred dames may be seen taking
the leg or small pieces of a bird in their
fingers, though this is one of the dis
puted points. It will be noti.-ed usual
ly that those who have always been
accustomed to good society are not so
afraid to use their fingers as those who
fear to do something improper.
Ben's Bright Idea.
"Children," said the mother of the
family, opening the door of the nursery
and looking in. "what are you doing
to Puggy that makes him yelp so'"
"Ben's been using the curling tongs
on his tail to make it curl tighter,"
Tharper-And hov are you two get
ting on together?
Hornbill-I've tried everything to
make my wife happy, but it seems no
Tharper-You haven't tried suicide
'There are tifd'y15.lef t," said the
"You astonish me!" rejoined MIr.
Cumrox. "It has always been ms !m
pression that poets invariably got leff
in business transactions,-Washingtonl
"New: Yor brok r:- loan $15,000,000
France." An and ready to loan
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A high temperature will give most
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eut the sadest anid surest
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*an any weman afford
to Ignore the medicine and
the advie that has cured n
* amilein women?
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AL S 1lS
BENEFITS OF' PHYSICAL CULTURE
iss Berenson, of Smith Conlege Says I
Makes Girig Uapplerb
Miss Senda Betensen, instructor c
physical training at Smith College, i
peaking of the benefits women deriv
from health culture, says:
If the higher education of woma
means anything it means the develoi:
ing of powers in different directionm
It means not only the education c
the mind, but the development of a
the faculties. Since women have a]
ready enlarged theirsphere of activit
to such a wonderful degree, yet seei
only at the threshold of their poss
ilities, they need health and strengt
and endurance more than ever befor
to more readily meet the demands c
their life work. Although physict
training is still much neglected i
some quarters it is gaining groun
rapidly as a dignified and necessar
Part of any serious scheme of educt
The physical training department F
Smith College aims to be an aid toth
academic department. It dR. .s nc
ain to mako athletes or physici
specialists; it does not encourag
athleties or gymnastics for their ow
sakes, but it devotes all its energies t
increasing the general health of tb
average student, developing rational]
strong and harmoniously develope
bodies. and "making the body as per
feet a basis as possible for the intel
A feature that was introduced thre
years ago and is proving very succes!
ful is that of medical gymnastic:
Students who are below the avera
health, who have antemia, delical
heart or lungs; those who have sligl
curvature of the spine or any oth<
"ey:nmetrical development, take u
the work specially adapted to the
needs. It can be said with truth thi
-excepting students who are weal
Cued by illness, every one gains :
physical exercise-a number show ri
- The greatest gains ate made in bac!
legs and lung capacity. The girthi
chest is often increased three inche
One measurement of interest shov
that the depth of chest is always 11
creased, while the depth of abdome
is decreased. This demonstrates th
the traiulng brings about better ca
riage and poise. Charts of workir
capacity are given to all students wl:
desire them, and prove a great sour<
o help and encouragement both toii
structors and pupils.
Othough the all around education
gymnastics are always emphasize<
uthetics andl outuoor exercises a:
encouraged as much as possible. Ti
department discourages the idea:
prevalent among many people th
~tletics only are necessary for phyi
cal development. Its aim is to ha'
the athletics and gymnastics suppi
eut each other.
Basketball is by far the most popa
ar games at Smith, and is a most vali
Le one not alone from the athlet
>int ' iw. Wmenare physical
Lid, have no acaes
ither self-conscious and p
eamn games--where the individual is
~condary to the team; where fair
lay, earnestness pf purpose and the
iity to give one's best for the good
the cause are developed; where a
ight element of physical danger
)u1es in-are especially valuable for
.3 college woman, who is expected
make herself felt in whatever call
3 sho may take up. Basketball,
Gre than any other game women
Lay, develops just such traits of
iaracter. It is played with moditied
les, which eliminate unnecessarily
gh and dangerous playing, yet
eserve hard playing, rapidity and
iterest. The fear that athletics will
ake women masculine is unfounded
herever the spirit of athletics is
The work of the physical training
mpartment would seem to prove that
e college girl is healthier, happier,
roger, more beautiful and a much
ore normal individual because of it.
he is much less hysterical, more less
en to "crushes," and n-ore ready
'deal sensibly with heavy responsi
~lities. It wot .d also seemi to prove
at if a student'has a fairiy good prep.
~ation and is not too stupid, she
ed not break down in college; on
ecotrary, she will leave it stronger
Liysically as well as mentally.
'ilhe Emnpress of China.
A ccrresp)ondenlt of the London
ll, writing from Pekin, describes
i~trview granted the wives of
reign representatives with the Dow
cr Empnress of China in the follow
g word: In the reception hall the
awag 'r Emupress, a benevolent look
g odI ladiy of sixty-four, and not at
1 the reetlees virago sheo is coin
vinly depicted, was seated on the
i~e I dais, and on a slightly lower
Lre ccceerial than uisua!, but was
ilently in very feeble health. After
c formnal reception the ladies were
)narele into an adjoining roonu,
here tea and refresuiments were
~rve, and soon after the imperial
ir camne in and miugled uncere
*oiouly with their guests, saying a
x words to each and shaking hands.
Every time the Dowager Empress
vaa remark her Chinese interpre
:fell prostrate on the grouind.
m g Prince Paci'hun, a well-growu,
on)'V andl healthy-looking boy of
ari-en, who has been recently
!C.:'l as a succesor to the throne
tVfault of a direct heir, was
.ou14 forwardi andli introdu~ced to
* la iteJwom he saluted by sud
1owing out his hand at right
a na:ue wth his face, prob
.7 is i le ot shaking hands.
1e Dowager Eapress presented
ii l iv wit iia pearl ring and some
l'e roades, and each of the
a y 2 secraries re::eivel four roll
hi7',n amnd zhrt Watist.
Many o. the b~odies in light fabrics
e o:-e slightiy at the back, af
r the fashieu01 o: three or four sea
,i .. ud , when upheld by a deep
ir is a beocoming style. Ac~ordion
Ile fijncear nyotr reaiial,
and little, fat, fiche-like collars ar
ranged around the shoulders prevail
among the new blouses a,. well As the
gowns,while raised embroidered knots
of silk form a charming trimming.
For instance, on an exquisite blouse
the white chiffoi bolerd, appliqued
with delicately embroidered wild
roses, is finishe'd with bands of black
velvet embroidered with knots of piak
silk, and the under bodice of tucked
white chiffon is stitched with pink and
striped with the knotted velvet. An
other soft, fancy shirt is of white chif
t fon1 Wholly unadorned except for the
sprays of red roses with which it is
painted. Every ambitions woman as
3pires to a lace shirt waist howadays,
and a particularly splendid example
is of 1russels lace with a wee bolero
of cream guipure applique, with
motifs of deep yellow lace spangled
with silver and coque pearls. The
neck and sleeves are transparent.
Tucked pongee trimmed 1with lace
makes cool and useful blouses, anil
very odd and stylish are skirts ol
white silk with black panne applique,
embroidered with cream thread and
insertions of guipure lace.
LoZ Huse Built by Women.
l Ncar the border of Moosehead Lake
i in Maine is a picturesque little log t
] house, built by four women. 'hey
7 sawed their own lumber, selecting l
spruce trees with their pretty bark a9
the most even and attractive. It tookl
t eighty logs to complete the house and 1
e the women went logging every day
t for six weeks to get them. The floor
1 ing was of boards and the chinking or
o filling in the cracks between the logE
a which formed the walls, was done
> with a tough moss obtained from,
e around the roots of old trees and
y rocks, and hammered into place.
l A complete little desk, with a drop
front, pigeon-holes for documents and
everything handy and complete in
side was in the rough; the table was
e smooth on top and had the rusti<
finish on the sides, while the chairs
. were formed into inviting and con
e fortable armchairs by means of gnarled
e branches and roots, which curved saf
t ficiently to give the required easy
r chairs and sofa. A bookcase was also
p finished in rustic style. For thE
r porch they made a l.rge easy chair,
t and the horse block for dismounting
- from a horse or carriage was made
Y of one piece of the trunk of a largE
tree, w ith high supports formed frow
The skirts fit, if possible, more
, closely than ever around the hips.
This in spite of all the tucks and
pleats that are in fashion; they flare, I
it however, more than ever around the
foot, and are finished inside with
g quantities of ruffles and flounces.
0 The same rule applies to the thin ma
e terials as to the cloth and heavier
. goods, for the idea that has to be car
ried out is to have everything as
il straight up and down as possible, and
jthe slender figures are considercd
a vastly smarter than the stouter ones.
e Which is rather a parados. in view o[
a the fact that flat trimmings are more
t tIecoming to rather stout figures.
[. When the flounced skirts are worn -
e the flat effeat, of course, is more diffi
. cult to obtain, but there is not one
inch more fulness in the flounces
. than is necessary, while the skirt
. upon which they are sewed fits close
ic ly to the figure, and is made over a
Slining that fits more closely still.
1i Harper's Bazar.I
to church by the side of her mother i
dressed in the plain. well-ordered eu
costume that is sometimes mistermed bc
her "Sanaay best." The mothes! n
knows that the church is not the
proper place for a display of mundane tu
finery, so the little damsel is dressed to
in her plain white lawn with bodice!a
tucked up and down beneath the wide,'s
semi-cirenlar yoke of embroidery. A 3
simple blue sash matches the child's it
hair ribbon. Her hat of white straw
is simply trimmed with ' -iots of black
velvet, narrow r-ibbon and a mass cl i
forget-me-knots, making the front oil
the brim fairly curl over with the blue
beauties. Beneath the lawn skir t you;
get a glimpe'e of black ribbed stock
ings and bla'ck kid shoes.
Puffed effects are developing in the
Many lines in pastel tints are usec t
.or suits and shirt waists.
Persian patterned handkerchiei la
sqae reconverted into smart par- to
aemitt in pasteltints are tim idly o
reviving to accompany the new sum- j
mer sleeves. t
Wash goods for the most part are in at
clining to white grounds with colored
figures of all pure white.
The short backed sailor is the ha' ai
of the moment for utility as the tb
Gainsboroughi is for dress. b
ISkirts for wash dresses neither drag
nor are made with trains, a consistentT
'retty and comfortable tashion.
R Jussian blouses constitute the pre.
vailing mode in the small boy's sergE
and pione suits or braidtrimmed. t
The long lne barbs that pass twice
aroundl the neck and tie in bows oia
four-in-hand knots he-s been ovei
(one alrea~y. st
Dust proof, wrinkle proof, exceed
ingly light weight grenadine woolens fe
have a prominent place for midsuw. s,
mer wool gowns.
Many rosettes and rows of black eo
vevet ibb on are seen on the latest h:
summer evening gowns of chiffon, net, te
lace, Swiss and organdie-.
T ests and chemisettes of tucked ti
w ihite mousseline or fine nainsook al e;
terating with lace inserting are among sl
te prettiest neck pieces.w
4co'ordion plaited shirt waists of c<
organdie, crepe de chine, and mulis fu
are the latest development in the fancy
kiud introduced this sumnmer. ol
From gossamer muousscline ovei b
thin:;est silk to heavy taffeta costumnes o0
in .Eton jacket and ~skirt egfects run t
the gamut of summer fashions. a!
Great quantities of embroidered in- 7
sertious are use-d on the summer It
tiloi-made gown of khaki, plai- or
mercerized linen, grass linen and a
To Clean Varnished Painti.
Take the ten leaves which are left
I the teapot, pour some hot water
ver them, and let them stand ten
inutes. Then pour the tea into a
asin. Wash the paint with a cleau
annel, and dry with a clean cloth.
How to Send Flowers Away.
Flowers ma- be sent by mail and
rrive in good condition if picked over
ight and kept in pans of water, not
a vases, nor even in wider-necked
irs. In the morning they L.ould be
ried and .rolled into bunches so
ightly as to exclude all air from both
alk and flowers. Newspapers may
e used for this wrapping. They
aay then be packed rather closely in
iasteboard boxes, and will travel a
asonable distance without serious
sutestion of an Expert Laundress.
An expert laundress says that if
heets and tablecloths 'arc folded so
hat the selvage edges will pass
hrougl the wringer first they will be
noother and less likely to curl. She
Iso sounds a note of caution against
he habit of pouring boiling water on
oiled clothes. "You know," she
ays, "if you submit anything that is
oft to the action of the heat it will
ako it hard. Pour boiling water in
e cake dish and it will cook the
cugh in it. So-..if you ponr-very
ot water on the clothes1 cooks the
irt in. If you are going to soak
lothes you 1 Il sorak them in likc
a'arm water. I wash all the clothes
n lukewarm water. In summer only
little warmer Man it comes from the
iancet. Some people put all the
lothes to soak-the cleau and dirty
Logethcr. This should neter be done.
[t does not seem quite nice to put
able linen with soiled clothes from
e bed or body, and, moreover, the
irt from the soiled clothes gets into
bhe clean ones and makes them
Uses For Lemons.
No family should be without lemons.
heir uses are almost too many for
The juice of a lemon in hot water
n awakening in the morning is an
xcellent liver corrective, and for
tout women is better than any anti
at medicine ever invented.
Glycerine and lemon juice, half and
alf, on a bit of absorbent cotton, is
he best thing in the world wherewith
o moisten the lips and tongue of a
A dash of lemon juice in plain water
s an excellent tooth_ wa
nly removes tar but ens titei
A teasponfr ~e in a small
cp of blac lmost cer
ainly relie/ dache.
The fine' e acids is
ade b , spoonful of
ce in a cupful of warm, water.
is removes mosf, Mins from the
gers and nails an oosens - th'd
ie more satisfactor'y than can
done by the use of a ,harp instru
emon juice and salt will remove
t stains from linen without injury
the fabric. Wet the stains with the
xture and put the article in the
. Two or three applications may
necessary if the stain is of long
nding, but the remedy never fails.
emon juice (outward application)
1 allay the irritation caused by the
tes of gnats or flies.
French BiscuiL-.-eup of butter,
3e -cup of sugar, the stilp4aen
.ite of one egg, one cup of thick
r milk, half a teaspoonful of soda
solved in a very little hot water,
r to roll. Sprinkle with sugar.
it into large circles and bake about
Welsh Tharebit With Milk-One
g cup finely grated cheese; season
taste; add one well beaten egg and
i with fresh milk to the consistency
cream. Put into a pan, and when
t up to the boil,. pour over hot but
red triast. It never curdles or gets
cingy with this recipe.
English Monkey-Melt one table
oful of butter i-n a stewpan and
d one cup of grated cheese. When
s is melted add one cup of fine
cadecrumbs which have been allowed
stand ten minutes in a cup of milk.
len add one egg lightly beaten.
r a moment and serve hot on but
Cstard Balls-Take the yolks of
o eggs and whites of one. Stir in
the well beaten yolk a wineglassful
cold strong beef tea seasoned with
half saltspoon of salt and a pinch of
bite pep~per. Lastly stir in the
fend white. Drop from a tea
on on top) of the hot soup. Cover
ra moment and take from the fire.
rv one in each plate of soup.
Bread Omelet-Mix well together
ec mupful of stale breadcrumbs, one
ilf cuoful of sweet milk, one-half
asponful of salt, a little pepper
id the beaten yelks of three eggs,
Len add lightly the whites of the
gs beaten very stiF Pnt one table
oonful of tutter into a frying pan;
hen hot pour in the omeclct iand
ok slowly until the top is set, then
Id over and serve immediately.
Asparagus Patties---Make a saues
three level tablespoonfuls each of
alter and flour and half a cupful each
chicken broth, cream 0r milk, and
me water in which a bunch ot aspar
us has been 'vciled. A dd the beat en
)lks of two eggs, a teaspoonful of
on juice, a saltspoonil of salt and
dash of pepper and a bunch of hot
paragus, cut .in small pieces and
ioked until tqader. Serve in hot
A Poctor9s Advice rreet
About Tetterine. Dr. M.L. Fieldet
of Eclectic P. 0., Elmore Co., Ala.,
says: "I know it to be a radical cure
for tetter, salt rheum, eczema and all
kindred diseases of the skin and scalp.
I never prescribe anything else in all
skin troubles." Send 50c. in stamps
for a box of it, postpaid, to the man&
ufacturer, J. T. Shuptrine, Savannah,
Ga., if your druggist doesn't keep i6
"I wonder why they don't move Intc
& better neighborhood."
"Why should they?'"
"o they're so much wealthier that
the people around them."
"Thats why they stay there. ' They
are the envy of the entire neighbor
Ladies Can Wear shoes
One size smaller after using Allen's Foot.
Enase, a powder for the feet. It makes tight
or new shoes easy. Cures swollen, hot
sweatiag, tching feet, ingrowing nails
icortiq and bunions. At all drinists and *bot
stres, 25c. Trial package FREE by mail
Address Allen S Ohnsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
Hoax-"By what means does youl
literary friend live?" Joax-"Biogra
To Cure a (old In One Day.
Take LAXATITE BROMO QiN-%z TABLES
All druggists refund the money if it fails t<
cure. E. W. GRoVE's .'ignature on each box
Even the breezy young man can'1
always raise the wind.
Don't drink too much water when cycling
Adams' Pepsin Tutti Frutti is an excellen
A fever has to be pretty high for
fellow not to get over it.
PCTI"X FADELFSS DYE produces th
faste-t and brightest color of any kiown dy
stuff. Sold by all druggists.
A girl may weigh 200 pounds ant
yot not have very much to dress on.
Carter's Ink Is rued by the
reat'5t railwaysystems of the United States.
l hey would not use it if it wasn't the best.
Cash down is the thing that feather
many a man's nest.
Pisn's Cure is the best medicine we ever use<
for all affe -tinns of throat and lungs.--Wu
0. ENDs.Y, Vanburen, Ind.. Feb. 10. 1900.
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selling book eve:
published. 1,00 e
liverel in York Co.
S. C.. 1,100 in Ander
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Charleston. 1.139 in Memphis. One agent sell:
2 Zin one week. 4.00 to *10.00 per day SUte
In answering state your experience. If any.
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Io. 912-924Austell Building. Atlanta. Ga
A TTENTION is facilitated If you mential
this paper when writing adtertisers. So. 21
S0UTiIERN DENTL COLREGE
Atlanta Col lege of P'hyalcIanas and Surgeoni
OLD:CT COLLEGE IN STATE. Fourteenth A
nual Sesslon opens Oct. 2: closes A ril 30:b
Ths-e contemp~ating the at idy of entistr.1
should wt ite for ca alogue.
AddrssS. W. FOSTER, Dean.
2-3Inmani Building A tlanta. Ga
Mascots of the Massachasetts.
The battleship Massachusetts has
three mascots. The first is Wilam
Terror, a goat. who enjoys the distinc
ton of having participated in the battle
of San Juan Uil11. Around his neck is a
wide leather collar studded with brass
uons, and a plate on which Is set
forth the fact that the sailors of the
assachusetts presented the collar to
le goat In recognition of his bravery
on the field of battle. Although he came
hrough the fight unscathed, William
tl and broke his leg at sea. The
hones were skilfully set by the ship's
utrgeon, and he has fullly r'ecovered.
enother mascot on beard Is a game
ock, brought from Cuba. Although at
perfect liberty to go ashore, he never
Strays out of sight of the big guns. A
ppy possessing several accomplish
ments completes the tria
The millionaire may ride in a Pull
nan car berth, and the tramp may
walk the track. In fact. that's the
nly chance he has of walking on the
Condctor E. D). Loomis, Dtroit, Mieb.,
sss: "TIhe effeet of H-ail's Catarrh Cure is
ondorful." Write him about it. Sold b'y
Mrs. Winslow's~ooIIblue Syrup for children
ethuing, sof te'ts thie :rums. reduces Inflamma
ion. alays pai. cuir wind colic.,25o.a bottle.
surety, leavinig your blood
lively, and your liver and k
not satisfied get your mon
To any needy mortal suffering fromb
Do e s
pull out a
HA by run
f fingers through it?
Does it seem dry and
Give your hair a
chance. Feed it.
The roots are not
dead; they are weak
because they are
starved-that's all. O
If you don't want
your hair to die use
Ayer's Hair Vigor
once a day. It makes
the hair grow, stops
falling, and cures dan
It always restores
color to gray or faded
hair ; it never fails.
$1 .0 a bottle. All druggists.
"One biottle of Ayera Hair Vigor
stopped nv hair from failing out.
and started it to 1o :gin n icely."
J U:L, r!4g1WTT,
March 2, 150. anova, S. Dak.
"A ver's Hair V'igor eompletely
cured ine froin daudrulT.with which
I was greatlyatlitted.T he grorth of
zn Ictr since i~i nse hias been some
AprI~ 13, 1,SJ9. 'New VokNY
If ena tro not obtain all the benefats
yo cpectedl from the te of the Hair
igor. write the Dotor about it.
1)11. J. C. AYERt, Lowell, Mass.
MEDICAL COLLEGE OF VA.
The Sixty-ThIrd Session will Corn.
mence October 2, 1900.
Medical Graded Course Four Years, $65.00
Per~es-ion. D~ental Graded Course-Tb-ea
Years. S 03 Per Sessiof. fharmacewical
Coitr-e Two Years, S60&J Fe- S~ession. No
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CHRISTOPHER TOMPRINS, N. D.
DeanPet CCHrndND VA.
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live in, to get rid
collected in the
ho-.se your soul
up during the w
- filth, which shoul~
day to day, but
your kidneys arn
* you don't clean
/ you'll be in bad
1everybody else a
- body inside, but
positive and for
work while you
collected in you
drive it off softly
pure and nourishing, your stonm
dneys healthy and active. Try
, back-but you'll see how the
1ADE EASY I
rvl troubles and too poor to buy CASCARE2
..ny Chi.ag o. New Yo~r. mentianing advert
I am nowr PArd torearadruidCt5
Gins ao e e
branch of the bunMn~ be under the PerscmA 6u4LZ.4S:
Mr. W. J. ELLIOTT,
'i u"db"h d 0V wOIwho hsba fouree yer o ratclwprleh":U
'3ibuaiding the LIoT GI. ad who Is we
kn6wu to most gin users in this State.
NOw I the Time I Bring Your Gias
B fore You Need Them!
CamI~te~tffl~flSSyseq eqoiped withte
Hoo5~tecyema1E nftfg aid Distribatlo;
a skhIhot MritL Sixy-eight .-omplet& .sut
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IU"- rjk MsbtnxL. oo WuringMachinery.
0ppk!.Qiok Delvery, Low Prices and
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132 Mals St., COLUMBIA, S. C.
WITH TRE LARGEST AND M9ST RE
SPONSIBLE MANUFACTURERS OF
MACHINERY AND MILL SUPPLIES. AND
ARE PREPARD TO OFFER YOU SPECIAL
ADVANTAGES. OUR FACILITIES A118
sXC30p TO NONE.
Complete Ginning Equipments
Complete Power Equipments
W. H. GIBBES & CO,17
COLUMBIAf - 5. C.
Slouth Carlolna &gnsfor the steel Vcwr South
wiMhout USIC 4,
Would be a
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boy an t'
Why not non?
is furniture - it -
If YOU get 0 c Of
makes r:pre ent
ed by m.ge %iI
il b t nnot afet it It
wil1 be as cool
five- yearq frout
new. as the day
you bought It.
ly Price iSeigkt.b
0 S $35-00 UP.
PIANOS $175-00 UP.
Columbia, S. C.
C ONTRACTORS' "
AND MILL SUPPLIES.
Ca~st Steel Beams, Columns and Chain
Steel Wire at Mallah ToeHoisting Fnginee
and Pum ps, Jacks, I erricks. Crabs. Chain and
BWCast Ever y Day. -Make Quick Denicery.
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AUGUST a, GA. -
Wheel does net base
- to be taken oifto Ut. -
Win run2to Sanss
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SWINSTONSA LEM, N. C.
you clean the house you
of the dust and dirt which
winter. Your body, the
[ives in, also becomes filled4
inter with all manner of
have been removed fromi
ras not. Your body needs
If your bowels, your liver,
full of putrid filhh, and
them out inthe spring,.
odor with yourself and
A HOSE to clean your
sweet, fragrant, mild buV"
eful CASCARETS, that
sleep, prepare all the filth
- body for. removal, and
,gently, but none the lers
ach and bowels clean and
10-cent box today, and ii
cleaning of your body ia