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This is a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doses will breakeany case, and
If taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Culomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
is the Liquid Face Powder used by famous
beauties. If you have Sunburn, Tan or
Freckles try . Cagnolia IIJalm. It quickly
stops the burn and removes Tan and
Blemishes. Makes your skin soft and
smooth. Easy to use And
sure to please.
Vhite, Pink, Ros'-Aed.
75c. at Druggists or by m'i A1 direct.
LYON MFG. CO.. \
40So.Sth St.. Brooklyn, N.Y.
'our Money Back
If Not Benefited
For Sick Women
If you are s4ffering from wo
men's peculiar ils, we know this
medicine will bring YOU relief
because it.\ ha$ helped thousands
of ot.her wby n for more than 30
years. Its v a has been proven,
and that is w y the dealer, back
ed by our own guarantee, will
positively refund your money if
you are not benefited by the very
TRY IT! THAT IS ALL WE ASK.
$1 at your Dealers'. See them today.
THACHER MEDICINE CO.,
a ('1 t.,.' .
1) nt foret that your [et
[d dorse or cat cannot be
wh ys-u awaiys. .l-av it
rih .'adIC( nzow while in
p. t -e n whiereve'r you
1- :. . h appointment
H t;z- *...."r n. w ~ w wr' t
Best Wo~a Lowesit P:ices
R U B-MY-TISM
Will cure Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic
Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Old
Sores, Tetter, Ring-Worm, Ec
zema, etc. Antiseptic. Anoudyne,
,used internally or externally. 25c
There is niore ':at arrhI in thlis Ition of
the country thai ii alothe fii s prit
togethier, aij lijil the l ii t fei w yea'ra
(1rea, mi any yiV iiit iot til I I ueti~ I i t (Il
blo d ni ins ' H ltp'' ' s ' i o ei. f '. i rtem
coxs t| It y (l ' ll . 5illit ir il l I' oC
fiiti Ires l.a'itu io a tram nIl'
tlll'/ 'll (*-,, flll lf I lre i b 0
A MODEL TEACHER ,
Must Be Stylish as Well as Pret
ty, Says Principal.
ICHABOD CRANE TYPE EXTINCT
Brains, Beauty, Charm, Magnetism, a
Attractiveness, Poise and an Over. t
dose of Common Sense Are General
Attributes For a Modern Instructor,
P. M. Fisher of Oakland. Cal., Thinks.
Oakland, CaI.-"There goes a school.
aurm. You can tell thew by their
dowdy dress and their prim anntaer."
"Oh, cal you, thought'' asks 'rint
pal 1'. M. F'isher of Ihe Oakland Tech
ileal hIgh school, who hits drawn up
the plhins and ialeasurencents of the
Ideal teneher thd( decltres thiat inore
atld more of thetn are confortulig to
the standarad. Ile un1s inamed the re
quir~elnents neccessary for the success
ful pedagogue, liad those whoi aire de
lciett cii spend their v(entiotins ie
ltirnins, b~eauity, chairml, tungnetisml,
ittraeltvetess, poise and liln oVerldose
of Coton se15e tre the general it
tributes. The old type of teneher is
extinet, he says.
"The thiy of the lechinliod Crane type
of tentiher is goie," said I'rincipalI
Fisher to his letnhers. "The ihnte
when the laune. the halt and the hbid
wtre Iait Iu ia lily eleti ( as the eust odI
a.11s of the desk and the wielders of tlie
b)irebl is also passed. Todity the (('ten(h
er1 is mrie likely to look like a fashion
luditel than like ii flpiila . Site hi.1s ito
nairarow views, all old n11n11h ways. She
Is irouight 1iiti (oltat wit I m 111any1
sides of Iifie aiidl to tlulillfy she iluist
heel .ad iiatnersiihtl. She ilist be su
Veris' not. 0nly tletal i l3y, but 11u111r:ily
and pyiYsi!y as well. She 111-i't be
i w e sioi i' d e"xp'rt, li ihsn and elli.
itnt he shale in,. wich tl''s l'Ii' 1-'is rt'.
wo l' t wi;:h te rosiei -tiVie t t h r
l ersoinilla' woub1t luireto 14 ouithaine
ediuentili . It is also as itii rtantt that
sih lie wi ll fori i:Ne as tt'el inf.eorr1u'ed.
"o\Ii thr .e.lll to be it \'e.ts;
te. shouh l she tlrss like a dyr 1(15
erht i" t htles litial tlutid tdI ii, bt'iml
lis naiust hi who-isit tioin and Ins'angt 0
to lo:k lit . n1 I r dress si ul,l blt bt rth
heotili liii 11 u ainsslike without bi
in;; t1i '_I desi ( e l ep ial ly to at lru t 0i
ltre onl its own neroIunItt.
"1,01t 11 1 :;t 111 :o111l. TI'I .C -' he havet
the nultyt ' illie'!t iin o l Tiy, the style
of Gabyl de's s.the brain of Mine. il
el, still shet' woIthl nott quaIlify 1
Iaer tlt nle e un a vioite tneul
:1. :1 thritsh, siootin-.t as the IIinpin of,
S lll eltt'r w"all1i's oil a isainly ,eath.
"The voi1e shothsihe fret. ' IIl
ne!d1 Iluulil its. gen1tlet ania friendlly." III
(te 1i t t Iaf l ,i lutntor.
'":111l in ch (rlneter the tenehe~r 1111st he
'it her tol ilslt 1t 11r overs1ltn
olis. 11e (.1l. I:< ii Is to enll out a re
shuons(' ill hert p1upils. not to set lltei fi
(duo. The drivil" Iiality Is too oftei
Gilt to dhrive .lilllen n tures to the
wall ItI. Inste:ul o; dy win lihn 0ut sh
Is lik ely t shll l'in 1 like jinls.
".s ;: tove rI :1 nu . yet sh I ust b'
1111'in ts .1 "ollii r. T he I1011 il ((ho Itit::
to gtitr rho'l byv~lain'iier
fourt' I sh in: 4n nia. e ni prpa -- f 1
Of ; i;t \i-S U-:: i t11'l ii' 1a . shl
i s t i- l' i.il 1ai1t t ' i l it'-. 1 '1 lie i - i .
.\ieb rie i. llaas u h li- ieI ta: t tp .
tan''i lit' i ' cell< o f l lt ilnaths : . lie
'ti5 a ri loha il~iat hate w hl w
st i'lislal.uiW. at the pol:ee orrlb-:a
i nI l. hue tla3 fouw d Xtr. er~i l'd
huoth ae n.hldu :.tli-e (11( Wh- t if head
ou f the wlater.
nrn ct, proeeratlfswe
151h (irt Ju 'tI'San thi "':it.111 515t ':(' it
hou ia work utaild t ieo lwr orl c l ioit in
ai estotrI. '1h i. h O S i il iiu oft ('.le)oI
ttI ili!s fo 'innlie it it ad a wiaa l1l p l
lthe :;r lli. a 'l i-sc it h ta~ hitkd ad
tle ' a. W ile fi 'i lht nlihe li te lii
'5 l liin.. i-'onn. in tiii l'vof li
!1(0(i 54y i uu i ni i( f ('ilne.s with,
Iii b i'h 'n'rio.y ia d e e v l
I e u s i t e c la ofi i bt heri'Ci
hisad undr wruti'- l be died
Afe retrnu'hrnehe Iutupa
THE PITCHER'S BOX.
n Baseball's Early Days it Was Just
a Line Twelve Foot Long.
Up to 1837, or for eighteen years
ter the iirst ganme of baseball was
hayed, there was no limit to the uum.
er of innings, the flrst side scoring
wenty-one runs, or "aces," as they
'ere then called, being the winner. In
857, however, the game was divided
uto nine innings. The pitcher had a
ne twelve feet long, kept behind it
nd could take a short run before his
elivery, just the same as is permiitted
a cricket today.
In 1803 the old "line" for the pitcher
o stand behind was done away with
nd the twirler limited to a "box"
welve feet long and four feet wide.
)ut in this area he could roam at will
tud throw from whatever spot he
eased. A few years later the "box"
vas made six feet square. and in 1870
t was again reduced to four feet wide
nd six feet long. Ten years later it
was made a foot longer and a foot
wider and in 1887 cut down in length
o five and one-half feet.
These "boxes" being always a source
f much change and discnssion, they
were finally abolished altogether and
rubber slab 12 by 4 inches took their
place, the pitcher being required to
keelp his back foot against the slab.
his slab was enlarged to two feet by
six inches In 1893 and has remalned
the same since -lhiladelphia Bulletin.
GROW, BUT DON'T SWELL.
Save Exertion of Boasting and Use It
in Doing Your Tasks.
It is well for you to have confidence
n your ability, but when it reaches the
stage of "swell heatleCess" your value
to youryelf or to any tiie else begiis to
"Some 1nwn grow with reslponsihility;
others nierely swell." Th'le 1n1an who
;wells lhis teased to grow.
lie has reaiclt'. a t 1ee where lie
lilnks he has till the kino'wleidge ie
needs, lend naturally all growth is ire
The best wayd-the niost cotivincting
tiay-to Ipr ovei one's ei'tmbility is bn
a-lions, lt t words.
Thle liteilrtw who Is tnes tinuI'll biag
:in ablout. what hle e:11 dao is slhwllo oet
n hekh hn Fo'tni.
Iti t isi(e insi who dost ' ltins in a
ioi . itli li t inan 'er who wins.
1,11h1 a1 n1ain will he found al thle top
Iwe'ase e t lle e s t ili Ii 're.
All it ti's Wal t Bliili, lie 'It' si lieh
int 4011 1y .-coluim~ in'"s inutch a1, 11he re
ilt. ni mi. "f : hi nenirttetl endeati , but
his intfluei te is iooti oni the other ein
Save the exertion It it tak as i ell what
i ant do 1 4 a1 use it 1in ltrforminit
your tasks. In thi:, way you will get
sr in1uchi considerait in ,eentulally that
yon ill ) Ihe tei Lted to birai.
Thle other f El. will d it for vou.
t.o nis il'e lloratl.
Cheeky John Fors~ter,
In "Willin Harrison .\in'swiirth andi
Ills I-'riendls" the 111t hot, S. \l. llis,
ells a lit'in i story of .iillsworth dic
ls frind J 'olit I-'o ister. A Iils 'worth
had di,- .m-ered a it ' li, it a llogarth's
ngravinu~s whtichas bel at ?3, a
s.uin whi1"h. he subd. "'I coul not lust
then sare or at least dti inot thlin I
ught i f sha e. 1 tok .lohn iy-i' iler
:down to see thle llegart'hs, w'hereupoun
he ai0t1Illy -nild that hIe would :Io tl
inust h:ti e tiu I i ti :(l1 he o bIs l'
nut 1.I h i r t ti r sun.Io3' :1 I'ht hr ti'e it
11inte' tllin'' absrati ofethe ner
tio --tat unitd thetl sngraiol iti n
1li .l ''nd s i-e t neulf to--t lyouit
I 'e 'i 1i-y:Ii c h a. when. I I iub l is - n -
toitt h in' i'tli' a lift ill s .lii over111
rua Ia- 1h, hu I dli I.)'if 30.11n hlt 13
thelig a h I ii I h I l hnin for."t'lilhl'
"I nii'-r-INt. :'o s('la) ltis 1hat-In1th,
I 'Wch wth'al" Ie ait-el witthe nt
4'll ,w a dh h d'' "
in the 9t-the
Two out in the 9th!
lines a beauty over "sho
winning run. The "fans
tainly satisfies! That's
do when you smoke-they
Still, they're MILD!
It is this combination
mildness that is giving
I .. cigarette enjoyment!
5 But only Chesterfields c
for the good reason that i
SNS LV can copy the chesterfield
fy" .. Try Chesterfields today
10 for 5c
Alse. packedl 20 for ! 0c
100 Yeairs of Saving
Ther erthsvn ban6
N. in the United States 7
jj was opened in 1816.
[j )banhxs in the United
States. Today this
country is served by
are nearly 28 billion
Thrift has done that
much in one century
but there is much
greater worli for thrift
Help'youarself by becoming inde
pendent. Help the country by
One Dollar Starts an Account.
The Erter prive Na ~onal~ Bank
N. R. DIALPr, r : C. VI E3kP, CnM
The "pinch" hitter
rt." In comes the
" go wild- it cer
of "satisfy" with
smokers that new
,an give it to them,
io cigarette maker
1'"' e "ii V "J,'/ Z
I i tl -
et notc' o te tat on e oth day of
Diagnahl, deceased, in thie ollice of lhe
.1dirie of i'robate, of I ,aurensi County
at 11 o'clock a. in. and1( on the same (lay
will apply fori a tinial disuhiarge from
m iy truts~ as Adinist rator'.
2IAnyl) p1rson idebhted to said (st ato
is notifled andi~ iqutired to make pay
mfent on that dlate; and all persons
present themeit oin or before tCsaid( date,
duly proven or be forever bar ed].
C. . WlaSON.
Ag.t , 191,.-- mo.
Sie ol' Moth ItCarolinat,
No;ien L.' hteteby g iv~en that I. W. WV.
I lall, tforlyttI of l~iaurens, 8. C., nlow
of (Columia, 8. C., am a sto( kholdler,
hlindltg ati the owtr of otne share of
stoE k in thle IBanuk of aturens, a cor..
lpilotin otgaiz'ed un tder thle ge.neral
laws of thte $tate of South Carolina for
thed purpos tlofE di'(oing a getietal banlking
buit iness, wv i its ptrinci pal place of
busintess at ~411urens H,. C.; that on
JuneiO lth, 1903, the said( Hank of Lau
reins issuedl to mel a (crtificate for the
said one share of stoick, the number
of wich Is 25-4 thtat tmy saId certifi
(ate of stock has beeni lost or de0
stroyed: that the' cmid ha nk o''1,au rons
was ont the 27th day oif ()* - , l' I,
(onvt',ed Iito a N:.,'t: I.
5o('liation utnder 1I. "m ..
rotns National Ih ik'' t. '.. ,. an.:aal
banking business with its principal
iilace' of bitsinhess at ILarns itt'i . C.,
undt and0t'H by virtu0e of thle Nationtal
lhinking laws eniacted b~y the Congress
of' th lin I ~tedI States of Amnerica.
I ltdreby give fitrthier notilce thait I
dIesirhe a tiew cerit'tila to of st odk ini the
plp e of the orbrial cettiflegte of
stock issuted 1by th! I ani- ii t'~'Liiurene,
wlehl has been ti o destroe t'3' nd~ f
, thIa t I wIll make tsppllea tIon to "TheIi
Lautrents Natitonal 1 'n a"-f ot' the han
tig of snld new cc- fiP'atle an the' 2th
ris o'f Autgusut, 19 6, dd (lat. being
afteor thik niotice has lj neihe
oncie a 'sek for',. x conse.9.tmI\ er (Is
in *0*1'apt ler f;1iijhrd in lhe. * .