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The Internal Pains of Women
Women who are weak, nervous and discouraged, brought on by the
painful ailments peculiar to their sex, should, use
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The White Goods consist in part of Crepe,
Voile, Poplen, Batiste, Kilkenny Suiting,
India Linon, Corduroy~, Madras and fine
The Colored Goods embrace,Wash Crepe,
Fine Mpdras with the choices styles in Dress
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output of the most reliable manufactures
embracing Silk Hose in all shades at 25cts
and 50cts a pair
"I got over it before I was old
enough to make muyself a butt of hi
larity," the doctor retorted. "I see by
the papers they've invented a new
dance called the grizzly bear. I be
lieve there's another named the yip
kyoodle. I hope you've got 'em down
pat to show the young folk tonight,
The major got up with some irrita
tioU. "Southali," he said, "sonetimes
I'm tempted to think your remarks
verge upon the personal. You don't
have to watch me dane if you don't
"No, thank God," muttered the doc
tor. "I prefer to retnember you when
you still preserved a trace of dignity
-twenty odd years ago.'
"If dignity-" the major's blood was
rising now,--"coisistn in your eternal
tasteless bickerings, I Want 110110 of it.
What on earth do you do it for? You
had some friends oncee."
Frieds!" silapped the other, "the
fewer I have the better!"
The major clapped on his straw hat
angrily, strode to the door, and opened
it. But on the threshold he stopped,
and presently shut it, turned back
slowly and resumed his chair. The
doctor was relighting his cigar, but an
odd furtive look had slipped to his
face, and the hand that struck the
match was unsteady.
For a time both sat smoking, at
first in silence, then talking in a do
suItorly way oil indifferent topics. Fi
nally the major rose and tossed his
cigar into the emipty grate.
"I'll be off low," he sail. "I must
be oil the flell belore the ot hers."
As he went down the steps a car
ringe. drawn hv ' pair of dancing
grays, plunged pa st. "Who ale those
people with the Chalmers, I wonder,'
said tae doctor. "They're strangers
The ifor peered. "Oh," he said,
over his shoi!d-r, "I forgot to tell you.
That's Silas i'argo, the railroad presi
dent from New York, and his- daugh
ter Natburine. Ills private car's
down on thu siling. They'ro at the
Jlidge'H- h's chief counsel for the
road in this state. They'll be at the
toutrnament, I reclon. You'll be there,
Won't you ?"
The doctor was putting som1e phlals
ainl instrimienta into a worn leather
bag. "No," he said, shortly. "I'm go
ing to take a ten-mile drive-to add
to this county's population, I expect.
lut 1'm11 coining to the (lance. Prom
Ised Valiant I would, in a moment of
(Continued Next \Veek.)
(Goinit lIck t I iheria.
Norf'olk, Va.. .Aun.. t,. -e .: : Sain"
niegro adveItll rer, with his ship
Imria, forniewrly the Ward.4 Hler Oary
l iha. arriiived hiere today.. The ship is
hound Ir-en l'or' tarhl. Mlain', for (al-.
ceston,. Tlexas, to takhe o:n')1 ''negroes
for- I lieia.
Take PlIent )V ofiTane to Eait.
Th'lere Is a sauying that "r-apid eating
is slow sitilde." If you hatve fortied
the habit of eatinug too ia pidly you are
iost l ikely suff~eini froni1 ini'lig,'siti
('orre('ted. I)iigestioni be4gins in the
istiented and0 in saiivated. Theni
wiieii you have a fuililness of rthe m
aeli or feel dll anid sti'iid alltr eat
ing. takle onle of Chambti lin-r.. Tah
'-ured by th' tis, of the tablti-. They
in effeet. Sohl by all dea lirs.
SIale' of South ('arolina,
('ounty oif litaurenis.
W~her'eas, pet it ionts sigtned by a legal
numbeiltr of' the jutalililed etors and1(
free-hiolder's resliin g in I)lalIs school0
dist rIt No. 2. L-auren~s (outy South
t'al~tla askinig for1 an elei'tionj uponl
chooi(l dlisrt to ib le use i for schoiol0
purpoltt , ha e b'een't fjIld with thle
('oiunty lboar ofl ( t - ation,11 an el'ct ion
is hiereby (ree onsi 1isin
sadelect ion t 1 h el ont tie 211th
dlay of .1ue tti' I' at 1:4den school
house ini said d trigi ttider' tie man
algemen~tt of tihe trutei of(~5 i sab i s'choolI
Only such electors as r'eturnt r-eal or
personalI huroperty for' taxatio n and1
w~hio exhIbit t heii tax receipts andl reg
IstratIon cer-tificales as reqtu Iired inl tihe
general election shiallI be allowedl to
TIhose favoring the 1 til~l add(itional
tax shall vote a ballot containIng the
woir"YES" wvritten or' pri'ntedl there
on. Those against the I mill additIon
ll tax shall vote a ballot conitair.ing
tile word "NO" writtenl or printedl
thereon. Polls shall open at the hour
of 8 o'clock In the forenoon and shlall
remaIn open untIl the hour' of 4 o'clock
In tile faternoon wvhen they shall be
closed, andi tile ballots counted.
The tr'ustees shall report the result
of thle electIon to the county auditor
and county superintendent of educa
tlon withlin ten days thereafter.
JAMES H. SULI.IVAN,
By order of County Board.
I .I'A ANj1152
Because it Purifies
PEOPLE SAY OF
REMEDY-P. P. P.
Itabbi Solornon, of the Savannah Con.
gregation, writs: "lad sever attao'f
Malarial fever lastiig froilr a wk to tenl
days. I took your nedicig n a forlorn
hope, but nlow conifess1 tw, *. P1. P. Was
a real benelit."
AT ALL DRUCCISTS-$1.00
i Trifled With
id Don't Stand for the
Perhnpa Ie thinkq h ha tt'llng the truth
,11 h14 hais mnw eye off the ens~h relgister an
t other (In the- extra profit. Insist uipon
S. S. S. It is yur only safeiguard aga nst
tile eb ip rIiiunrial sI I Inf that e-nt Il, put up
Ill lity (.0l1ar by thi a r oreitil"..
iii'lln . i t) t 1 Iie ii fior any. ptirpose
in re I ririly eta'. r I a i i . S. . I itr s
reent'Ils ( t ighlhst typo of iIn edicine 1i 3
iiii'd len ii rth's are J t 08 essointial to
eIll balance ht llI . if t Wbood be sick,
as are 0h4 nourishin-: IieInIitli of innts,
11 Irra i fs, 'ta s I (ul ift (4.r1a y fod.
.S. N . . I; pr.-pard I r l w troin native!
b1111:1tr! N.-I a drn of 1drug1
i . 8 . Vt a pCV-I t. dr i.. of, III n s is ed.,
This ks 41n1' If th! . u s linportantl thintin.,
"i ht'"w :114 1i. reine b1ri l whinl your blood
It i oh- inio- viroflivo. (ho purmt. the
11i1141"t :1nd. mftrlivn'icinle knlown
!'4.r isI.uIed bin , r en n ii, enlarrhal
inlftio , ta lri.fk dis, old ,;oroef
11nd .ll1n!!llectil-ns that ,4how inl the bloodi.
11 inltrstIng hlot-k fil thll hlood mg
111a Illd to h s who writo. f;et a1 bottle
of S. S. S. t ki is he world1's gr nt'st
nodi11in1. uitupnThe de1aler. natl inlg
y" .%tl S . 11141 donl't bot hin11 ->rnte a u t
111:hn 1rth t ho n ' advertise :is free!
4r.1h.leo pts and other flustrulellve
it . - 11:n h " e rollhio ett nt8 S. s. write
I. Tl "I m ilh' ('o.. nnnl Swift ItIdg.,
(n;4I ., fr- lizt vf 6%uarc deal oitores.
OR TH RD
-J II .:A !AUEO 0
CUTGLAU IFUSTL Y0
CU, S.C.is SV LSTI
r it and they say it increases
ai it is applied, from 25 to 100
Lses that crop to store in each
00 pounds of pure nitrogen
rop. Nitrogen in commer
out 20 cents a pound. Use
E from the air. Apply it to
ier pod bearing or legume
yr 20 cents a pound for Nitro
n gladly given.
Clinton, S. C.
farmasrC Ata0"&ds a-ArC
CHAPTER XIX--Alant works won
ders in the old place. lie discovers thati
he has a fortune in old walnut trees.
CHAPTER XX-WIth the advice fiO
assistaneo of the major and Shirley, Val
lant restores the gardens to what they
,were in his fathet's timo.
The noon sun of tournament day
shone brilliantly over' the village,
drowsy no longer, for many vehicles
were hitched at the curb, or moved
leisurely along the leafy street: big,
canvas-topped couitry wagons drawn
by shaggy-hoofed horses and aet with
chairs that bumped and jostled their
holiday loads from outlying tobacco
plantation and stud-farm; sober, black
covered buggies, long narrow, spring
less buckboards, frivolous side-bar run
aboits an1i anititue shlays resurrected
friom tl'e primeval depths of cob
webbed stables. relies of tarnished
areodIi ' r l and fadod fortule.
t midny vehiies resolved them
-' - -,o nh i -booths--hampers
-v b t ail the seats, dis
of picnic edlbles
ard was an array of
grass-spread table-cloths, and an air
of plenty reigned.
Within Mrs. Merryweather Mason's
brown house hospitality sat enthroned
and the ge-erous dining-room was
held by a regiment of feminine out-of
The yard, an hour later, was an ac
tive encampment of rocking-chairs,
and t (lit of conversation floated out
over the pink oleanders whose tubs
had achieved a fresh coat of bright
green paint for the occasion. Mrs.
Poly Gifford-a guest of the day
here shone resplendent.
"The young folks are counting
mightily on the dance tonight," ob
served Mrs. Livy Stowe of Seven Oaks.
"Even the luckner girls have got new
"Improvident, I call it." naid Mrs.
Gifford. "They can't afford such
things, with Park Hill mortgaged up
to the roof the way it is."
Mrs. Mason's soft apologetic alto
"Friends!" Snapped the Other, "The
Fewer I Have the Betterl"
interposed. "They're sweet girls,
and we're never young but once. I
think It was so fine of Mr. ValIant
to offer to give the ball. I hear he's
motored to Charlottesville three or
four times for fixings, though I under
Btandl he's poor enough since he gave
up his money as ho did. What a
prIncely act that was!"
"Y-e-e-es," agreed Mrs. Giffor-d, "but
a little--what shall I call it?-pre
cipitous! If I were married to a man
like that I should always be in terror
of his adopting an orphan asylum o.r
turning Republican or something
The doctor -shut his oiil'o door with
a vicious slam and from the vantage
of the wire wIndow-screen looked sour
ly across the beds of marIgold and
"I reckon if Mrs. Poly Clifford shut
her mouth more thani ten minutes
hand-running," he said malevolently,
"the telp of her head'd fly from here
The major, ensconcedi with a cigar
in the easy chair behind him, flour
ished his palm-leaf fan and smote an
"Speaking of Damory Court," he
saidl in his big voice. "The dance idea
was a happy thought of young Va
liant's. I'll be surp~rised if he doesn't
do it to the queen's taste."
The doctor nodded. "Tils place
can't teach him much about such fol
derolings, I reckon. lie's led more
cotillons than I've got hairs on my
"I'd hardly limit it to that," said
the major, chortling at the easy thrust.
"And after all, even folderolings have
"Who said they hadn't? If people
choose to make whirling dervishes of
themselves, they at least can reflect
that it's better for their lives than
cane-bottom chairs. Though that's
about all you can say in favor of
the modern ball."
"Pehaw!" said the major. "I re
member a time when you used to rig
out In a claw-hammer and
" 'Dance all night till broad daylight
And go home with the gyile in the morn
with tiop bravest of un..Unedatonlike
I 'A)D WIAT NOTE]
Dr. Alldredge, Regency, uexrn. iwrites:
It is the lea.ding blood purifier
Dr. Whitehead. Metcalfe, Ga., prescribes
it. nad ith 1 o P.c mcmletely cured J.
11. Davidson. who haed sufferedi fifteeni
years with blood poison and Bores.
IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO
F. V. LIPPMAN, SA\
Ask for S. S. S. at
"Just as C
T^-.- mnn op nr(, ruledl by (ho shoirtpsf
routte t) t hi. bpargain end of a iIlar. Po r
that re-ason they tempt a clerk to slip them
Wheai Youj Ask for S. S. S. Do So
Wit i Umphasis. Tlaey Will
v'o t l r i n rd r. ll'I"- t
a eb 1sr t t I1.. t h l u : ; 0.11 . - .
for S. -z. w l :! e1n. p e ys o
YOR. AF I
* UR JEER NDS11
STEF STRAINFTME OUR
Are You Usi
Your neighbors are using
the yield of the crop to whic.
per cent. Besides this it cat
acre of ground from 100 to 2
for the benefit of the next/
cial fertilizers costs YO bYa
Nitragin and you get it FRE
all your Peas, Beans and ot]
crops. Can you afford. to pa;
gen when your neighbor gets
R. C. McLEES.