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MAKES HOME BAKING EASY
and the food Is finer,
more tasty, cleanly
and wholesome than the ready
made found at the shop or grocery*
Royml Cook Book-BOO Racolpta Fcao.
Sand Hamm mn? Addroma,
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
A.\ K VNTEH LOVE STOKV,
Chapter From the Lives of Margaret oi
Austria and (lie Duke of Savoy.
Margaret of Austria, on n pilgrimage
In the early part of the sixteenth cen
tury, slopped for a few days at the
rustle of Ul'Oll, set in the midst of the
Forests that surrounded the little
lage of Uress. Nol only did till the
nobles and stately dames from nearby
castles ride to the castle of Bron to
pay homage to the beautiful daughter
of the Emperor M.axmlllon, hut the
peasant folk as well planned extra
games and festivities In her honor for
the Easter Monday, which the prill
coss was to pass with them.
Mai na ret was gracious and lovely
nnd, with her train of nobles, dames
and maidens, came from the great ens
tic to the village common and watched
tho simple games and happy dancing
on thai Easter Monday long ago with
little thought In her heart Of what it
w as all to mean to her. Soon tho royal
party, imbued with tho happy hearted
mirth ami jolity of tho occasion, be
gan to do more than look on and took
part in tho games as gnyly as the
lowliest peasant lass in tho vlllngo.
.inst as the eggs had boon strewn
over the fresh laid sand and all was
m readiness for the egg dam e a horn
jvus board blowing from the nearby
forests, and forth froth its il"i?ihs is
sued a gallant troop of men til a run.
led by the knightly figure of Willibert
tho Fair, duke of Savoy.
Tho years had not been many sinn
Margi rcl of Austria, n slim slip of a
? i)d. had played in these same old
*'>'?(!-? wiiiis with il sturdy boy whom
yoars of warfare and turmoil bad
changed Into the soldier prince who
? as now liefere her. Margaret had
not forgotten those early days oi*
childish luv?? and courtship, and her
heart was throbbing with a sweet,
wild joy as in answer to the entreaties
of PbHIborl the Fair she joined with
Ii im the happy couples gliding and cir
cling through tli ? inn/.OH of tho csin
Load runs.', the erica of the peasantry
as the princely couple without mishap
stood breathless and Hushed at the end
Of the dance.
"Austria and Savoy forever!" rang
clear the cry. and as simply as a peas
ant lass might have accepted her rus
tic lover did the stately Margaret lay
her hand in that of her princely suitor
in answer to his words:
"Let us, too, follow the custom of
CATAKHII IS SURELY A
Thousands of people allow catarrh
to slowly undermine the whole system
until a serious disease develops -some
. in.i : consumpl ion.
I'eoi le who have catarrh should use
every eorl to got rid of it. but should
above nil adopt a sensible method.
Stomach dosing, sprays and douches
won't ?tue catarrh because it is 0
?.renn dlsetiHO, and the genus must bo
destroyed hcfOt'O the diSCUSO CUtl be
] ilYOMHH is the one sensible cure
Tot catarrh because it reaches every
fold, ercvls? and uoolt in i ho mucous
I membra no and gels where the gorms
tire. You breathe MYOMKI and as ii
! liasscs over the iiillomed membrane
its soothing influence heals llv sore
I MFss and desttoys the germ.-'.
I .*, complete IIYOMIJl outfit costs
$-1.00. This consists of a bottle of
I1YO.MI0I and a hnrd nil.Lev inhi Ii .
, Pour a few drops of IIYOMKI into the
j Inhalt r and breathe ? a few minutes
each day. that's all you have to do
it i.- nuiironteed by Lnurcns Drug Co.
' i nil druggists everywhere to cure ca
tarrh, coughs, colds and sore throats
or money hack. Kxtra hoi tie of IIY
. OMTOI costs 60 cents.
The best selling hook, just out.
Eve's Second Husband
Why delay in getting your Coupons for
Nature's Remedy Tablets Cashed? When
stock is all taken up they are NO GOOD.
Have you Gold Fish? Get a bunch of Sea
Palmetto Drug Co.
W. H. WASHINGTON, Manager.
RACE CLASH IX DELAWARE.
Killing of Wllitfi Boy by Negro Motor? I
Laurel, Del., April 2.?About 10
o'clock Saturday night a mob of arm- j
ed negroes swooped down on a crowd
Of spectators in the main thoroughfare
of the town and tired a volley of bul- j
lets and buckshot into the crowd.
Orem Stockley, IS years old. son of;
a farmer living near Laurel, fell to j
tho ground, shot through the head.
He was taken to a hospital in Sails- i
bury, Md.. where he died today.
Goo. Hudson, ?0 years of age. a
white man of Bethel, was shot in the !
leg, necessitating amputation, and
John Thompson, a white barber, was \
sh <t in both lcj;s. Other white men \
received minor injuries. , It is known!
that severul negroes wore injured, but
they cannot be located.
Officers were unable to cope with
the mob and there was a fierce strug
gle between the two races until 3
o'clock thia morning. Windows were
shattered and the exterior of buildings
was greatly damaged.
Today when it was learned that
young Stockley had died, a mob of
white men armed themselves and en-;
tered the colored section nnd raided
the bouse which was said to be the
headquarters of the negro rioters. Sev
eral negroes were arrested.
Karl Richards, a 15-year-old white
hoy. stole his father's revolver and
captured Geo. Wright, a negro, for
I whom the authorities have been look
ing for over a year. Richards com
pelled the negro to hold up his hands
j until the officers arrived. Wright is j
\ said to In- wanted in Virginia tor the:
alleged murder of a white boy.
Olllcers are endeavoring to appre
hend tin* negro who llrci* the fatal shot
at young Stockley. Open threats have
been mat!..' ot' a lyuCiing when he is
Don't close tin- pores of the skin
and drive it in. Persons a filleted with
eczema, scrofula, psoriasis, ulcers,
pimples, etc., frequently have recourse
to strong astringent external remedies
to dry up and close the pores of the
skin in order to get temporary relief,
forgetting in their anxiety, that by so
doing they are forcing the poisonous
germ:) back into the blood to reassert
tsolf a month after, in tlie old dis
ease nroa, or on some other part of
the body, In a more malignant form,
How much hitter to help the blood
throw off tin- Impurities which cause
these diseases and get permanent re
lief. I Hood is the most important con
stituent of the human body, and when
'tnpuro is the underlying cause of
most of our ailments, particularly
skin diseases, 'lake. Uloodine to purify
the blood and apply ?loodino Oint
ment to the skin and you will cure
the cause of this most dreaded dts
ase. Guaranteed to cure by Laurens
Drug <"o. Mail orders filled by the
?loodino Corporation, Boston. Mass.
TO BUY SPARTANIH'RG LANDS.
Pitlshttig Capitalists t<? Acqulde farm
i Intr Properly for Imoslmont.
I Spnrtanburg, April _. R. II, Jen
nings, who h owner of the To.vaway
Company, at Lake Toxawt y. North
! Carolina, nnd n|sp president of the
Spartonburs Hallway, Cis and Elec
tric c ini any, w ho has been on a
visit to Spartanburg recently, Inn an
nounce) thai he would purchase sonn
properly in Spartanburg County for
ill Vest in !,t put puses.
Mr, Jonning's home Is in Pittshttrg
ami ho Is one of the leading financiers
of thai city. The properly thai h<
will buy will consist of farming lands
investment purposes. When asked If
the- Southern Power Company would
absorb the local company he jt.ai il,
"We are here to stay."
Stat<- of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas i lounty.
Frank .'. Cheney makes oath (hi i I
is a senior partner of the lirrii i>. !'.
I. Cheney Co.. doing business in tlie
Cl.iy ot Toledo, County and state r.foro
daid and thai said firm \v111 pay lh?
..tun of one hundred dollar:- for each
and every en ? >-i catarrh that can
ot be cured by tho use of Hall's Ca
tarrh < 'up . Crank .1. Cheney.
Sworn before me and subscribed
in my presence, ;his Oth day of De
cember. A, I) I'M-.
A W, Gleasou.
(Seel.) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Intern
ally, ami neU directly on the blood
and inucotiK surfaces of the system,
Send for testimonials free.
l*\ J, Cheney & Co., Toledo, <>.
Sold by all druggists, 7.'>c.
Take Halls Family Pills for Con
Monarchs Come Second.
Herr Harden tells us of a meeting
at Gast* In between William I and
Francis Joseph. The Austrian sover
eign commented Impatiently on tho
too-pressing at lent ions ol Iho crowd.
"It won't last long,' returned his ally,
soothingly. "Bismarck will be hero
directly, and then no one will look it
Is ( leaner Than Carpel,
Palpi your floor around tie bor Ol
the room with L. ? M Flooi ?
j Costs about 50 e.-nts.
It gives u bright van Isln tl f
Cover the (renter oi ti).. room lb
votl home made carpel rui.
Gol It from J. H. & M, L,
Laurens; j. \\\ Copelaud ,v < o, '"'Un
How to Make Cotton a Rent Kim:.
Cotton is tlu? greatest crop of the
South and must remain so. It is u
definitely assured fact now that the
Coining of the boll weevil, while it
means eases a great change In meth
ods, will not stop the raising of cot
ton. Diversified fanning must follow
in tile wake of the weevil, and should
precede it in the sections not yet in
fested; but diversified farming in the
South means, not less cotton, but more
- a smaller acreage to be sure, hut
a much larger yield per acre and a
gradually increasing total crop.
We have said before, and we belli \*'
it still, that cotton is the greatest mon
ey crop in the world, and we have al
so said, and still believe, that when
the fanners of the South once realiz ?
the possibilities of this crop when
properly grown, the Cotton Melt will
become the richest agricultural sec
lion of America.
Before this can come to pass,
though, there must he some radical
changes from the methods of fanning
now in general use. Not only must
the one-crop system he abandoned,
suitable rotation adopted and more
live stock raised, hut there must be
much better methods of handling the
COttOtl Crop itself. Tin-re is a widely
prevalent idea that the average South
ern fanner knows all there is to learn
about cotton growing; hut one may
well doubt if the facts in the case
sustain this view. The average cot
ton crop Is not a profitable crop; and
the im ease in the average aci'0-yl Id
of cotton in the last fifteen years has
been only :i.s per cent. Almost every
other crop in tin- South makes a bet
ter showing. 'I'he Poll weevil accounts
for SOIUO of this, it is true, hut in
States not yet reached by the weevil,
tin average yield has Increased very
little. More to Maine than the boll
weevil is the old notion thai cotton
will grow anywhere and that anybody
can grow cotton. Haven't we believed
that the negro, with one scrubby mule,
an excuse for a turning plow and a
sweep or two that any negro thus
equipped ami with just enough In
telligence to scatter the seed in a
furrow, chop the plants to a stand,
and run around the rows was full}'
competent to make a Crop of cotton
Have we not said that the negro
couldn't loaril to handle Improver] ma
chinery and was unlit to work any
animal ejcepl a muh-, and so made
practically no efforts to teach him bet
ter methods of farming, hut allowed
him to go on ruining the land with
his slipshod methods, raising little
crops of cotton at great expense?
Then lias not this cotton boeil forced
on the market in the fall and so help
ed to depress the prices of the entire
All iIiis must be changed. We have
no patience, in th ? first place, w ith the
Idea that tin- negro- the average ne
gro, on the Southern farm can not
he (aught to handle bettor stock ami
more complicated machinery. We ev
en believe ilint h can he taught to
take interest in ? maintenance of
soil fertility, a'ml can I'cairn t!:?- t?s'sen
tUil factor.' In in working out of ihis
problem. !;..t the c tilings the whiio
; |p y mum do t w?i other I liihgs: ?' i
They must learn thorn for themselves,
and t - ? iy must abo'l h ihe i se
spousiblo negro cropper, quit turning
their lands over to him to be walked
with iiu fflcieiil equipment and Iii any
sort of in an in r. Ii (hp land I: to be
worked by t mants, these tenants
should be furnished proper equipment,
they should he compelled to farm the
land, hot tin rely work ii in cotton, and
die lease, win re\ -r |.siblo, should
Kicked bj a Mini ilorso.
Samuel Birch, of lit 'tow n Wh.. had
a most narrow esctlpi from losing his
ler. as no doctor cowl I hell I tin; fright
ful sore (lull developed, but .'ii last
Bucklcu'a Arnica Salve cured i; com
pletely. Its the greatest hooh r of ul
cers, burns, bolli . nczeniu, scalds, cuts,
corns, cold-sores, bruises and piles on
earth. Try it. 2ijc at Laurens Drug
Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
Wo love any forms, however ugly,
from which great qualities shine.?
Midnight in The O/iirks.
and yet sleepless Hiram Scraton. of
Clay City. 111., coughed and coughed.
He was in the mountains on the ad
vice of five doctors, who said he bad
consumption, but found no help In the
climate, and started hi. Hearing
of Dr. King'* N?ew Discovery, he began
<?> uso it. "I bell IVO it s, sod my life."
lie w rites "for it made, a new mini of
(no, so (hot I can now <;o good work
agnlh." Kor ?I u?? ilisetisi s, coughs,
colds, Ingrljqii lima, < "'book
ing cough, ? . vor, hemorrhages,
hoarseness << ? >'~ best
known remed>. ? ?? eents nnd
<H\ no. Trial b ? ' roe. Guaranteed
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. J)\ v.y i':>.
This same shoe
In our "Auto
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sewed, in our
an 's Walking
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equals the best
Look lor the
on the lx>x
Every manufacturer of shoes knows
that he can play up any one feature
he cares to in producing a shoe
to sell. He can make it stylish
or comfortable, or he can turn
out a shoe so heavy and stocky
it will never wear out. Me also
knows that a nicely balanced
combination of these three
shoe virtues is about the
hardest problem in shoe
owes its reputation and its many friends
to the fine sense of proportion of style,
comfort and durability, each to each.
You never saw better style ?a neater,
snappier shoe. Your foot never knew
greater comfort than The Southern Ciirl
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FireproofStormproof -Last ?s long na tlxr building nnd never
H need repairs. I or further detailed information apply to
Local Dealer or
Cortritfht Metal Shingle Co., Philadelphia, Perm.
SCHOFIELD ENGINES m BOILERS
"Have Stood the Test of Time"
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They have no superior In point of DURABILITY and' are IU :A Adapted |
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required. Write for prices on Saw Mills, Shingle MillK,etc.
BOILERS. Wo currj for immediate hiprnont tin Heat
Constructed Boilers, ranging from 12 II. P. to Hit) 11. l\
Write today for our illustrated catalog.
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Branch Olfic*. 307 West Trade Slrctd, Chf.rlutle, N C.
_i__mmu?. ?inii?i ??????? wil mi ii ia..?.1-itiuwmmxr/t
M .1 1. 1 " '
Sell Suppoi lio4
Slrrl Sl?f k?.
Hair and Shed
11 on Work .
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J. N. LEAK
The "Land Man"
Adalr Btret t,
I'rlt '? .V-.-"".
of land. with > ? von
room dwelling, Pain and oulhuildiiiu
hounded I?; lands of Uobcct ft Simp
son, .lohn Chlldross and others. I'rlce
.$:',(! per acre,
_"!) ae.-i .- of land with dwelling Mid
outbuildings, hounded l>y lands of .1
M. I'hllpot, 15. I<\ Terry and others.
Price i;i(i per acre.
s.", acres of land more or lossi, < Iftht
room dwelling, ;; lonanl houses, good
barn and outbuildings, in the town of
tJO aer.'. of land it! Vooilps township,
known its On old -'miih IMace; nice
collage :<?d ! ?od ham ah I on Ij slid
Irif y-. I'rlce Sl.S-'O.
mi n' t -: of land in the low.; I an
fon! whh beautiful
eal ? <i i'; ICC 8 0 ' 1
2 brant iflll $ i\-1 oolii > oti
lowii of fSrsty Conn, nicely P
close to Im: IllpKS pa It of 11"
Prices rieht and let ins mad" ? 11
i .1 :; lots suitable for ret Ith nco
luv, 11 of Cray Court,
one lot of land 50 ff. fronII
N'orth Harper street, 210 feel
with store-room 20.x fiO near the
0n< 1? t f? online North i lavp
100x2)0 foot di epi l>i $800 .00.
.'. httsli ens lot * m ii (lie Watt
ft' 1: t in" Not Mi I... i i er street.
One lot v, Ith .'. room col Inn
ing Mock si rent, i 10x300 feel tit
l' acres of land, more or le i
^-rooln tlwoiling, slor< Ik. m
building at O a Infi Mini ioli. This
i rlv h widl lociiti (1 to <?(.?? i
If you do not find what you want let me know ;.
and I will find it for you.
X N. LEAK
lhc kcal Estate Man That Divides ilic Harth t*> Strii Your