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There's Bounding, Pulsat
Let S. S. S. Hustle Il
pth tie iode Bo dee ly in tie tisim
that the~y cuman11ot le reaclhe'd by any ordi
nory nwthod. M cr 1111(l other, (In ngerotm
niinernl dr sig i !1 Uv ,1ik a dis oti , t )
got migh"It flown 111to whc'ro I '10 1)1410(1 Is
V I l t i u . 8. S., h o li g teqt
blood p urhler .owi. Its net ioti is pro
11, it Ver.7 riezlf t ime S. R. S.- )IRS time
recomt t.f rlut iv it iNI'S t titn i . co t rol i1
reiflui loI (.111119' t ire at- ( bhs'iveX A!
Pritjtiv i mie 1 nt' 1.yste , ,o )s jntis a il
tleo l ii v 1: s :. ii an i hrolft li ndI )
foot I imorv Is 'tml--zisl8 Nenl-4atiom of re.
niewed hen lthl
71iiP VX1i ormdinarY mamner In tithS. 5
S. drivtmt liitmi-Itit-'i out of f i( blood Is tun
to lIts emmtalyt ic force Itn thei blodI rel Is,
contin s ne garedient, t ye witivo pi r<1)os
of winh is to mititiat the timuanmes to ie
healthy ite.leettiot of Its own eCsmeit htl thi l
wentt and ite iuodllti clie nt,4i of 01
mnat~'hess bloat' IurIfler are Jus. wi ec..
in us and our ability to pr(
Finish your. garments will
and satisfaction. We hav
for Ladies' Linen Suits, Fir
Summer DreSsec, Gloves, .
men1's Palm Beach, Flanne
Panama, Straw or Felt Hai
0* * BE
* NO.ONE BUT AN EXPERT CA
*OF APIECE OF JEWELRY, W
SNOT. WHAT 7 THEN 1S LEFT F
* TRUST TO THlE KNOWN REPU
* MENT YOU BUY FROM.
* OUR REPUTA TION FOR SELJ
* FAIR PRICES IS WELL KNO WI
*NESS; IT IS YOUR GUARANT
* OUR STORE iS "RipGHT" IN
* FLEMING I
Are You Usli
Your neighbors are using
the yield of the crop to whict
per cent. Besides this it cau
acre of ground from 100 to 2
for the benefit of the next el
clal fertilizers costs YOU abi
Nitragin and you get it FRE]
all your Peas, Beans and oth
crops. Can you afford to pay
gen when your neighbor gets
R. C. McLEES.
lood in Order
ing Life in Every Drop of
>ntiI to well haltnve e nt it n the nutri.
tiou eCtt'lnO of thor. OwntI ', grilt 1111t4,(
111( aoitig or our dlally flood.
Not only I oi Wit If frol. th presenco
If rom' (I tIling Ittson th e 14 n i ti
'ir genv4ritI Iiiterfer@:ieo of 1)121 I Iti1441 I'
1:11dre tal110%, . 9 . S1. s dIlireci f ~ il
ill ell tt thie 8 )1 s1) I s 1,4 1 and
it I in Inn b'4 their se re)4 etell a
Vronl lif Isact thalt .1. S. .1. Is plirel"
if bounni mIpnrattion, It Is avic 04'1 41 I4
the weak(s' n li 1111 h l 4t g 1il to1 !i
Iileill- O t 0One' ili o of drugs (11. nfln
erlyI 1-4s In Ito prepyrne(o1. Ask ur
S. S. S. find in.0tt upon hits log It. An-11
Is you detre o killful aylee as jing su It
The Swift o, 22.1
A I ina In . Do )4 not ililow soinv '4014
c14'Ik Ito In rrp 1110 at ophr tii'1 I n l i jiii'
"VII' S0114thinfg "Just its good" its S. .%S
*J4vwaru of all. coluterfelts.
perly Clean or Dye ard
issure you,'leasing results
ke Embroidered and other
lippers and Hose---Gentle
, ting or Business SutLa,
Est and Best
L AND YET
N TLLFRO TE"OO S .
EE TELL FROM TE YOOKUY IN
QUAHE LIT IA N PIEO
.ROT ELI RSJWERA
it apd they say it -increases
tLit i~ applied, from 25 to.100
Ses what crop to istore in each
30 punds of pure nitrogen
INtrogen in commer
> 0 cents a pound. Use
E.f m the air. Apply It to
er pod bearing or legume
20 cents a pound for Nitro
Clinton. S. C.
Pollock Says Bielnce hits "IFetfhers onl
his Legs" and Turns Turkey AMfir
Walhalla, .July 16.-The senatorial
catipaigl imeeting here today was
inarked by the charge by Mlr. Pol
lock that the governor had feathers
on his legs. ie said that !.-% had al
wa'ys known that the gover'nor's rec
ord wias bad, m I m tt : il till: camit
paign had opened d;.1 he know that
the governor's ley were covet ed with
feathers. This ie sal ila explanliatlion
of the chief executive's failure to ste'
on the stand whil '.ic other anli
dates are spoeaing.
This candidate Sail that he didi't
like the idea of attackin; a ian be
hind his back. Ilowever, he added,
the goverior's t ting Miirky and
running tily Wotildn't deter hit
froni) holding -I;) Cie IYCeno' re
ord il all its hideous nak ied'nS.
Kenator Pnuith added another Vea
Litre when he read anl allidavit frol
C. l'. Aloorer, of Dort'hvst er (ouity.
saying that Senator S1ith1 iwais in
St. George's when the IHaskell con
ventin was held. Oath was also
Minde tht 1 at Ite tite .\r. 11oor0r
Called the senator's itteit'Oin to th
fact that he niwspaper- had report
ed him a idelegate to tle conventiont
in Col [tlila, and hrd asked how he
c'otild lie in - Iwo places vt one tinie.
The iueeting today was the twenty
second, thts teriinating tile first half
of the cainpaign. Not 1nore than 700
voters heard fihe v::nildidales today,
which was the siallest crowd since
the Yorkville neet'tig two weeks ago.
Mr. JennitigS. who spoke first. said
that. there were not iore than :.,000
raetiack gainlers and lind tigers.
and those who had a genteral disre
gard for law in the state. It was his
purpose it tLhis camtpaign, tie Said, toI
open the eyes of the other 37)1,000 wlo
had heei hootwinked Into believinig
1hat. these represetied the cause of
lie closed with a prediction that
Itie governor wou li e So badly huried
on .\uguist 25 that the governor would
wale11 tp In China or sotme other tin
eIvilized country, where he ouighiIt to
r. I 'oIllock said lhe was exltaus:tl
fro ~ ~ ~ c; ytra' minn g at .\n
dersonl, viih ro e id t he 14 hg playeId
thle "aaanerbydgi a hlolo,
i tig ";'olo" into it, and thenl p ck
ing iie snail in ont hinm. Ile adiltd
that. his conscience v.Ias beginnintg to
prick hii for kicking 1. corps;e.
The candidate frolin Cheraw devot
id iost of hi., tilute todiay to an at.
lack on Seaiitor Silith's rec-ord. ife
lold the Walhalla aI2 tiille e 111u1 Sun
itor Slouith was beginning to believef
lha;t hit was the mnanl that w\old, have:
ti ) defeated, and nIOt Governor
:-Senlialor S'inith eballenged his op
Iontents to say whetlher or not ti hy
wvoul do anything' to advance the,
price of cotton, lie had beei chiled,
he~ said, as haviing notinig to do wvithi
i, If thle or'gait iont of fain2iiers be
in in 190-1, and of whIch he was
tihe lrllpreset nttie, hatd dontte nothIig,
lien thle logicali conclusIon was Itint
lio)tthg cold( hii don)e.0 and that tey,
t' one1 shouldi get to te sentate. wonuld
:nake0 ito elfortL to see that somue ting
i lthIs ilreclti was 21ttemptliedl,
The 1 speaker2Ct was5 Ireset ed wIthI a
pigmtty bale1 of cottont, wihel the
)wnerii had kept1. "storid" for I.3
yearis. Thiie 5(ena1tor a1idl lie wvoul d
idopit thIs ais his campai i~ign emtblenm.
G;overnor' Iilease wart ned the Oco
ice0 couty3 v'oters t oday Ltherie were
rial party, following tundier Lthe pre-l
exl, Ito saId, oif solicltting subsCripl
ions. TChese he de(slinatedi as "camp ~
'ollowers."' and dlenounced ats cowarid
y' 112ars, bcaulise ofI thei rumlior wichi
tad reacheod ItIitm tat t hose were
predlc~ictng lhease's defeat..
TIhe governor' hadi mucht to say
thoutt rThe Statte, which, hte5 aidi, was2t
tmanty peCople's prayn3er book. lie mattdi
uls chtaracteristic pleas to crelte 'a
3(a I prejudIce, anad put on exib iltion1
igalin loday the catalogue of Ilied it
solliege, Columiitbla, wihichi (onta Ins 'a
picture or the faculty withi whIte
Stops Neuirahgiai--Ellis Paint.
S'loan's Liniment gIves Instant reilef
'roim Nceuraigia or SciatIca. IL goes
ittraIght to the painful pat----soothes
Ite nerves and stops the pain. It is
itio good for rheumnatlsnm, sore thtroat,
hest hains and sprains. Yoti dlon't
ieced to rub-It pentrat'tes. Mr'. J. I.
miffered with itutite'a severe Neuralgie
teadachie for' four months without any
relief. I used Sloan's lIniment for
wvo or three nights and I haven't suf
ered wIth my head sInce." Get a bot
le today. Keep in the house all the
Imeo for pains and all hurts. 25c, 50c,
tnd $1.00, at your ~Iruggist.
7huckhen's Arica Salve for all sores
Provent Potatoes Sprouting.
Before putting away for use on
able, keep potatoes in tub of boiling
Ivatet for five minutes. Pour water
itt and lay potatoes on board., one
ayer deep, In a dry place. Handle
HE IS A WORLD CHAMPION
The ladl shownl In the accoilmanying!
luts tatlion) is . .0P ('ody of Mt. Airy,
Gra. lit is the wo-hi's chatipion four.
year-old boy in the matter of size,
weighing 150 pounds and being .17 1
liiches in height.
HOT MEALS FOR POLICE
Glasgow police oi night (luty ar
hlow able to heat food and coffee at
certainl strect telephonie and signal
boxes. For this purpose the boxes ar
fltted with electrical hot-plates, which
can be switched oil to the eorporation
nialns and utilized for warming food
or drink. Twenty nintites are allowed
for supper, and the circuit is so at
rangedl that the heater ('eleit. cannot
bo left unlder current wh en not inl
Ilse, even If the user otnits to switch
off. Each box is alsofitted with a tele
phon coiniuileating wvIth tho near
est police depot.
vor- thunlder. s"1 : ih pats:; . ,r
li I I ol!o. C ri >k S" m o I t i - u111
ty o hui Il y evenl I a1 fI n 1
beo:Mn o lh1, r i l- r~t wv
b~y lih nn . The ul w ,s in !I:,
ta le, ad I!(,he barn and ~y-bid
igs were tiot lh:t rillot by the. s- .
!.; Said. .\ %i wa:; stru a ; :n .
yal i si n 'lti ('re if sto i l I- thle.
1in lin . at vo t i - \as t isby nt .1!4
jttet la- ne till ti n to~ e' Ii il45 to ::i.
or ('0 II i5 -'
youll r (lie . lts. C.. St n , I'll . .. intl
N. .l., wri t e "For o-, Ii :nahnth ;,,
Shlv bon troh'-d .Ih ily .Atllo
!lih l verthiate au oi s (o t t t-ji
ony. (ne ll teItlu u b rl: ii s it -
blool1Iv -i ca ileto t o . l\ft,-r t li i ::
few of thtti lftitlers froi ; u ! i :
tail ee tIuted by TAh
Iets, A. necied'to try tI(. I t ha . tk ii
:(I etai hre 1 - 1 ourts I'ove aIII f a lt w It -
themll ainl va iow :.t naioten-ry
i Ing t hat I wlnt" w'hr te byh Il
ilA E COTTON 1W'T'lmItBl i.
l'inaite.\citn a'roabi)te Woti Negr Taken
byi tghthente.adht ofre p
(n thet(3- hil eglatin dealingl dooi ot
tonl1 futres, it~s tlearned Stoigt,a
will be a takegn upon lte roeurnl heedo
liapresnie ett: onne of thffocyn
ittirle Ip, troSouh farolina, sroobably
agro adt alieadeuk tewi. a
Acrs lthou lef shoralconfrInlctin war
tber ohi painf, wndtws It; iortd
that til prarotioul age~not hdv been
hwgon uth ofate wand he white
manes.s, an wenbeo twohet lommit
in th eveIth arngumenht wbe di-f=
nowed.e wlttd word wmrethedu wind
t. thue nd isa sat hageement
Sparks and frhamgge hithin the nlexr
large kn.lnniany Saos thneg re
witfnis pistly an.--hee bulles tofk
er'ycting thednestriosbes armouing the
heat 4autl vnn rwloe
m asspecatos HaohlSpars,
A Disordered Stomach
Is caused by food which has fermented. To avoid a spell of
sickness this impure matter should be driven out. You need
DR. M. A. SIMMONS
Vegetable Liver Medicine
It Purifies the Stomach and Bowels
It is a pure, wholesome medicine, made only of a choice selection of the
best of iature's herbal r'pmedies for correcting disurders in the liver, stomach
and bowels. It is a fine cleansing medicine that acts mildly, yet it rids the
system of every particle of disease-breeding impurity. It relieves biliousness,
indigestion and constipation. Buy.only the genuine in a lithographed tin box.
Look for the picture of Dr. M. A. Simmons on the front panel.
Ask for the Tin Box. Price 25 Cents.
C. F. SIMMONS MEDICINE CO., Proprietors, ST. LOUIS, MO.
YOU CAN TAE
A FINE TRIP V
SOME DAY IFr
YOU PUT THE.,,
MONErY IN THtlE/I SS
BANK THAxT vd'u
ARiE WASTING O
PUT YOUR MONEY IN OURZ BANK
Coodc Bye: Coodi.bye t~o we i nd! wcrry focr a
wlei. Thtey workledf and! savedc ,-,nd put, thir;, n cney
in the; b-ank1., and now they are off o~n a tr'Ip to eni-)Ov
SOM,/E of thec m-oney they pu~t away-1 11-Ce i A r I.
T'he-y NEVEF--R ' IS Dthe fooilih litle I rg they
wentW wilthoiut t'o BA-NK1 tha-toc.
WC pa-y 11r-terest in %SavingcsD:aat
N. B-. DIAL, Preos. C. H. ROPE'R, Casher )0
your Cwn TAKrnr':
BdAK iTHAT ~ ~
other thigs Soeof iet carrie dctivs ara
whyle. Thst wsre ds vd n u hi ~n
intmpLane, sad nrown shyamldre edo an trea toen or
Onping mif t nd deine thy outr corps of exnerts.
W e~ itoe yo quai tyqaty stlead erieal , h
r Whpie Free eiatesn cheeful ENTER RISE ed onJ e n
smal conrats CAL or ma i C.u plans. ?Cahcrb~
ThPait Shwean o qurs, fr of us.
wou~ld ik for? y u see y so e of ou worki be
frhaing our pirtin luoner thgae ~
h W.Bn. BRM~i aETs sOitvNes *r
-~ syle ustas dess oes
OursEhdoR, bidreeAns, ineiriih