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Astion in the Tissues of
S. S. S. is a Regular Wizard in
I1heumatism is often the effect of some bi
other blood affliction that has left its lin. el
press in the joints, muscles and mucous a
coverings of the body. It works into tho wN
tissue cells. thoso tiny, little bodies in ft
which nutrition goes on. And it is here
that a imost remarkable medicine known ei
as S. S. 8. (oes its most active and most i
effective work. ))
Its action is marvelous. Bed-ridden p
rheumatics get on their feet as if by tv
magic. That cold, clammy sensation that it
made you hug a red hot stove is gone in
a twinkling. That excruciating pain that tI
made a feather lay as heavy as a ton of
coal on the skin is gone. You get up and b
dance with glee. I
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It is an actual logical fact, that Swift's Ir
Sure Specific flushes your blood, gives is
your entire blood circulation a fine a
thorough bath. It just naturally and in a ti
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There are times In evetr
needs a tonic to help hei
When that time comes to y
to take-Cardul, the woman
posed of purely vegetable
gently, yet surely, on the wi
and helps build them back
It has benefited thousands
ailing women in its past h
success, and it will do the
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says: "I think Cardui is the C
for women. Before I beg,
so weak and nervous, ani
spells and a poor appetite.
as strong as I ever did, an
Begin taking Cardui today.
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a Remarkable Antidote
Driving Out Rheumatism.
)dy. It rushes into every cell, causes
cry bone. muscle, ligament, tendon,
ucou. surface and every nerve to thrill
Ith freedom, with health, with now.
And best of all, S. S. S. though a pow
,ful searching, overwhelming enemy to
On and the causes of rheumatism Is as
ire as the dew on a peach blossom, as
werful as the heroic works of nature,
searching as the peremptory demand of
o most exact science.
Ask for and insist upon getting S. S. S.
ie world's cure for rheumatism.
For private, personal advice on stub.
)rn chronic rheumatism write at once
the Swift Specific Co., 203 Swift Build.
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r woman's ife when she
- over the hard places.
ou, you know what tonic
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-akened womanly organs,
to strength and health.
and thousands of weak
alf century of wonderfui
same for you.
ike in taking
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reatest medicine on earth,
in to take Cardui, I was
i had such awful dizzy
Now I feel as well and
d can eat most anything."
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:he lack of a suilicient army by the
United States is constantly eiphasized
by all sorts and conditions of people
and the signs are abundant that the
great majority of Americans are of a
mind that the Congress should aul
thorize the enlargement of our mill
tary establishment whether or not 1
there shall be trouble with a foreign
A1eanwhile, why wait for the Con
gress to act?
Are the people, the various sorts
and conditions of people who prate
about our unpreparedness, doing what
they can to supply a remedy for that
There are thousands of well-to-do
lawyers, bankers and merchants and
other business men who grudgingly
give to their clerks the time neces
sary to make an emficient member of
the National Guard.
Were the National Guard, the
militia, cordially and generously sup
ported by the people, especially those
people who employ young men, we
should have a body of at least half a
million who, if not efficient soldiers,
would have -the ground-work of the
soldier's education and would be so
nearly "regulars" that their supple
mentary training for actual service
on the firing line could be given in a
few weeks. 'he -entirely raw recruit
mustered into the regular army can
not be made ready for effective service
under five or 9d-x months or a year.
One of the principal, if .not the
principal, explanations of the relative
inefficiency of the militia Is the dispo
sition indulged by the people to be
little it. Nine out of ten men when
they pass a -squad of young men
drilling suppress an inclination to
sneer at "brass buttons' and "tin sol
diers." The truth is that a squad of
lads drilling is a squad of lads work
ing for their country. In the event of
war breaking out with another coun
try every youth who has had a year's
experience in the National Guard of
South Carolina would be worth half a
dozen 'or a dozen civilians who would
be useless to their State and country
until they had learned to handle a
The place to begin the strengthen
ing of our country's defenses is Co
lumbia, the time is now and the way
is by the demonstration of a far more
appreciative estimate of the militia
companies of this city by the elder eit
izens, especially those citizens who
make up the payrolls and keep the
tine of the young men who would be
expected to do the heaviest share of
the fighting were a fight forced on the
If the people want an effective
militia force, they can get it. They
can get it here in Columbia.
Considering the handicaps that the
militia labors under in this country,
it is rather surprising that the force
is so ellicient as it is. The chief of
these handicaps is the cold refusal of
the pmblic to discern its value. Where
there should be pride in :the nailitia
and warm praise of the services of
the young men who form it, there is
in fact lukewarmness, if not sonic
thing very like resentment towards it.
Of course the militia has its weak
nesses, but for these rank and file
are not r'esponsible, and were the
attit ude of the public towardls it what
it should lie ile weaknesses would lie
.Wn TIakes is Own Medicine is hai
Hie has absolute faith in his medi
elne-be knows when he lakes it for
certain ailments he gets relief. Peo
pie who take Dr. lKing's New l)iscov
er'y for an iri tatinug Cold are opt i
muists-they know this eough remnedy
will penetr'ate lie linings of the thI'roat
kill the gerans and~ open the wvay for'
Na ture to act. Y'ou can't destroy a
Cold by su pertic iahl treatImenit-vou
muiist go to lte ca'''e. of the * rouble.
lie ani optimist. Get a bottle of illr.
liing's New Discovery todiay.
* LISBON NEWS. *
Lisbon,1 .\ay 24.--.Thie farmers are
get ting very busy these days. Thue cot
ton is up to a stand. 'The wheat and
oats are getting ready to harvest.
Wheat and oats are very poor this
seaso1 n bt there'l will be more miade
han formerly because of increased
acrecage. We expect to sow imiore veteh,
clover aiid oats this fall, that is, if the
seedl enn lbe had. There is nothing
tha t will implrove ll faster and~ 110
food stutff can lbe raisedl chleape1r.
On a trill through the country to
Unioin a few (lays ago and when wve
got out to Tylersville, we saw more
clover', vetch and oats than we evei'
saw before in one field. It wvas on the
farm of a progressive farmer, Capt.
Washington Craig. We saw some fair
ly good wheat and oats at Cross An
chor, Cross Keys and Union. Cr'oss
Anchor is a beautiful town and those
progressive people will have a rail
Toad through there sogi' ,fpct,
we don't Adei~w a jolen~ - tht needs a;
ailroad more than from mane to,
Jnlon by way of Cross Anchor and
The fruit crop looks promising and
%e see a good many melon patches in
The Lisbon school will close next
L'hursday.. Col. J. H71. Wharton will
nake the address for the occasion, and
ye expect to hear something interest
ng as the colonel is always on the
ob. The Lisbon school has broken
Lil records and we hope that Miss Mc
lure will be able to teach for us again.
Mr. John Jess Madden, one of our
)ld landmarks has passed over the
'iver. Mr. Madden was a good man
tnd his neighbors and his many
riends will miss him as well as his
!hildren.. He never was very active
ii politics, yet you could ayways ind
iLm on the side that he thought was
'ight and a man that paid strictly to
its own affairs.
Mr. Henry Milan of Pine View, N. C.,
visited his mother last week. Henry
says back to South Carolina he comes
Capt. B. H. Pasley of Cold Point is
ispending awhile with his sister and
We are glad to state that 'Mr. Geo.
Riddell is much better after months
confined to his room and will soon be
We are sorry to know that Miss
Sara Holmes had to go to Julia Irby
hospital for treatment. We hope that
she will soon return home much Lmn
proved in health.
A good crowd went from this com
munity last Saturday to Children's
Day at Prospect. All those that at
tended report a grand time, and that
every child acted their part to perfec
tion. We would be disappointed if
those children fiiled, as we know the
one that goes to so much trouble to
make Children's Day at Prospect a
Mr. A. V. Teague and 'Mr. Jlohn D.
W. Watts visited .1. T. A. Ballew this
week. Mr. Watts is looking after lie
health of the people's hogs. Mr.
reague is prospecting. We like these
young gentlemen to come around us,
as they both can tell you something
that will ,make you look on the bright
(side of life.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Paul W. McLure. and
their dlaughter, Miss 'Mary, of Green
wood, spent last Sunday with their
daughter, Miss Elizabeth McLure. our
efficient school teacher of the Lisbon
Mrs. J. T. A. Ballow will go to Co
lumbia in a few days to spend some
time with friends.
For a Torpid Liver.
"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets
oft and on for the past six years when
ever my liver shows signs of being in
a disordered condition. They have al
ways acted quickly and given me the
(esired relief," writes Mlis. F. ii. Tru
bus, Springville, N. Y. For sale by all
KNDEllSON CALLS PASTOR.
First U1aptist Chiurch Offers Pastorate
to Dr. J. E. White.
Andeorson, Mlay 23.--The thirteen
hundred members of the First Bap
tist Chur'ch, of Anderson, today v'oted
unanimously to extend an Invitation to
the Rev. Jlohn E'. White, D. D., pastor
of the Second Baptist Church, Atlan
ta, to become piastor' of this church, to
succeed the Rev'. Jiohn F. Vines. D. D.,
who has accepted a call to the First
Baptist church, of Roanoke, V'a. The
pulpit comm it tee was authorized by
the congregation to offer Dr'. White
an annual salary of $4,500, and a new
parsonage. Dr. White is a nativ'e of
Clayton, N. C., andl has been pastor of
the Atlanta church eighteen years. Hie
is considlered one of the strongest msin
1sters in Southern Baptist Convention.
Sixteen years ago I was taken sick
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ilATi~E A. Q!IMI1iY,
W6 &'pirice St. WVatei'villec, M\aine.
State of M\aine
Keinnebee ('ounty, ss.
l'e rsonal ly a ppea red the above natm
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above statement and made oath that
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Anna M1. Drumumond.
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