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By FREDERIC S. MSHAM
Amt hot mi
"The Strollers" A
^ %'ndtw Th<> RW A/
? Birgit. 140t, t* l t. mmrn* Vtrrr^ c?.
"One moment!" Turning, ho loft
her. and walking to the verge of that
open space, searched quickly the waste
of darkness below, far out to ses. The
girl's glance followed blm; wavered;
her first apprehension awoke anew. |
Her father1 Where was be? She
clasped her bands despairingly as she
gased down the Mount; then around
her. Suddenly, a bright patch of
light?open doorway to the church
caught her eye and she started. At
the picture, framed by the masonry,
which the glow revealed, a low excla?
mation fell from her lips, and crossing
the platform, and descending a few
steps, she ran to the entrance of the
"Eh. your Excellency; has your Ex?
cellency any orders?" sounded a voice.
There, before an altar. In the dim
flicker of candles and the variegated
gleaming from the snctent stained
glass windows, she ssw at last him
she sought; In or e of the chapels, near |
the white marbk> monument to her i
mother, was bis Excellency; but, not i
alone! Before him stood, or half
crouched, the mm Sanchez, who now '
"Shall I ring for your Excellency's
servants and have the'noise stopped?"
Grotesquely he bowed", the while watch
lng like sn animal studying Its prey.
**Beppo! Where are you?fat rascal?
Consign these iwlne to the gibbets!
What! You cau't obey oecavse your
ears have been c it off and your thro it
silt? That's too bad!" Fiercely the]
man laughed; then waved his arm
toward the window, as If calflng the
Governor's attention to the sounds of
demolition; the abrupt breaking of
glass! Patter! Patter! Merry little
bullets, presents from the people, ye n
Excellency! Metayage, your High
Still the o ber ssld no word; a fig?
ure, so nctionless snd white, It
seemed but a wraith pausing at the |
aide of Its own "narrow house." A |
louder clamor without; a more vivid I
brightness of the *ed. yellow and
purple hues, like a s i<'den wealth of
strange flowers strewn %n the marble
floor, and again Sanchez laughed.
?Too bad Bur 'tit I who must
pay first! Who owe uo much! Has
your Excellency his strong box with
him? Ah, he leans on It! Such a
floe one. all of marble! Not gjaslly
broken Into?or out of! Ch, your \.\
ocllency?" Swinging back aomett lag
bright "Full payment, thh tlrn !
Not copper*, or round bits of lead, b t ,
steel, beautiful steel!*
??Msre Is Something That Belonged
to Your Father."
Governor's daughter had tnad< go
sound, fearful of naatSJBlgtg the Inevi?
table; but at the momer: the man,
with a last taunting word, launched
forwsrd. I cry, hair arttculat? . burst
from ggg lips. It was drowned by an?
other voi< e, loud and commanding, ,
which rsr.g out from the entrance tO
the ehun h.
Ivrh ip- ?) . < <t|| dl m oncert? .1 gjsj |
robbed the ??lJ servant's eye of ith cer?
titude; his arm of It? fureaeee, for Ihe
blow algoee! at hit Rgeellenc) lha ktl
t?r was <n.ihl?d |g fcvade. a? tie
game time as wit 1 sitiKul.tr a^ih y U>*
moved sslde to save himself, 1 Im l and
the Governor had h en holdlns t<? b!l
brennt, ? I-4 mit hi* an StMof It
struck viciously; s'une deep- full \;\
tlte ntde ?.f hl| toi gsOgdOf
"That for J .air HMM I tiU
But a m? mentary ? tpn .mihi of ssr
|-factl >n I la, <? ? ?? T, p? rmitted his
Kit ? T'-nC . . !-'''. ' ' .' i'? dV la .
ov? r. had .w? d bv ? ? ? ? 1 ?
?The Bastlle! OtSI Bastllc!"
And again a sho\v*r "t h dlets. di
reeled In hatred, fall upon lue ohttft h,
because B ' wind ?ws wert? prlc?-le*s;
shone wi?h aaihti of hseattmsbhi
value1 In the < tapel, an aumhry ami
a piscina wore struck; around the
flovenmr. ri ? ??..? \fv n ?<? < I r and
bresk into mm on Um pavetm t,t. when
suddenly he wavered ; his hand Bought
his heart, then felt for and clung to
the monument, as if abruptly Book?
"Why did you do it. Seigneur?" Aa
my lady, exclaiming wildly, ran to nor
father, Sanchez, fron? where he lay,
looked up to bis master.
"Call out, I mean? Not that it mat?
ters much now." His Implacable
glance, swerving to the Governor,
lighted with satisfaction. "The people
have paid. And 'twas I?showed them
"It was you, then?who broke faith
in the ggfjOtlatlOPI for tho exchange
A untile came to tho face of the old
servant. "I had to," he said simply.
"1 alone am to blame. No one know;
except, perhaps, the poet, who may
have surmised! It was treachery for
treachery!" with sudd* 1 fierceness.
"You could not have dono If, nor your
father, nor any of the seigneurs be?
fore hlra!" The young man seemed
scarcely to hear; his glanco had again
sought my lady. "But 1 am only a
servant?and In dealing with a viper I
used Its own tricks! Did you think 1
had forgotten those stripes? Or the
blow he gave your father?in the
back?" A moment Sanchez' hand
fumbled at his coat; drew out a hag
of oilskin. "Hero Is something that
belonged to your father. I took It
from his breast the day he died, think?
ing some time?I can't tell what?only
it contains s letter from the former
lady of the Mount! When my master
got it, he told mo to pack a few be?
longings?that we were going?never
Sanchez* voice broke off; again he
strove to speak; 000 d not; put out
his hand. Mechanically the Rlack
Seigneur's closed on that of the old
servant; even as it did so, the latter's
Angers clutched suddenly; ceased to
move. In the church now all wfts
silent, but without aroso discordant
sounds, cries, harsh and vengeful, for
Starting, the Ulack Seigneur gazed
about, toward him they were clamor
iug for, now lymg still, at the base of
the monument. Then releasing* the
fingers, that seemed yet to hold him,
the young man sprang forward, as my
lady ?.brew herself wildly, protecting
ly, over her father. At that touch, the
Governor's eyes opened; met hers;
the niack Seigneur's!
Nearer tho door, now rang the
shouts. His Excellency seemed to
listen; to realize what they meant;
to him?his daughter?
"The Governor! The Governor!"
"Tremblez tyrans! Tremblez!"
An ironical flash lit up, for an In?
stant, the dying eyes. He, soon, would
be beyond reach of these dogs?ca?
naille! Hut sho? His gaze again
rooted on the Illaek Seigneur; in that
tense, fleeting second, seemed reading
bis very soul!
"Kt la belle comtesse, sa fllle!" cried
the menacing voices.
A tremor crossed the Governor's
face; his pale Hps moved. "Forget!
Save her!" An Instant his eyes lin?
gered persistently on the young man;
then passed to his daughter; as they
did so, slowly the light, more human
and appealing tlian any that had ever ,
shone there before, went out of them.
My lady's fair head dropped until It i
lay on her father's breast; uncon- J
Bcious, she seemed yot to shield him '
with llgure inert. Dut only for a mo- '
"Kr la belle comtesse!"
Stooping, the Rlack Seigneur ,
sna'ched the slender form to his
br'ast; ran back to tho altar. Thero,
laoking around him, as one who made ,
almself familiar with the place, his ,
I'lanoe apparently found what it sought ;
--a unall stairway, entrance to tho ,
crypt At the same time ho started 1
to descend, the people swept Into the
On the Sands.
A man, bearing in his arms the mo- 1
ffJOBlOM form of a woman, paused later |
that night In the shadow of a low j
stone hovel, near the lower gate of
the Mount. As he crouched beneath
the thatch projecting like the rim of
an old hat above him his eyes, eager, '
Bei e, studied tho distance he had yet 1
to traverse from the end of the nar?
row- alley, where he had stopped, to
the o]h-ix entrance at tho base of tho J
rock to the sands. Tho goal was not j*
far; but a few moments would have
sufficed to roach It; only hetWOOD him
and tho point he bad so long b?>en '
striving to attain, an obstacle, or group
of obstacles, Intervened. Before I
bonflra Of wreckage of stuff?furniture
and household gOOdl?SSVOrsJ ragged,
dl SOhlte fellows sat \vi?h bottles bO>
fore then, ?Irinking haM and quarrel
Is while over ? number of glitter?
ink- gems, ?1*1 snuffboxes and trinkets
of all kinds.
"Toll bit Of ivory for the white
"Add the brooch!"
"Not i! Look at the plotnrel Her1
lad] ibl|. perhaps!"
?*Thev gave not found her?"
?. for all tho searching I Hut-.be j
Is somewhere; can't have eai?| >d
from the Mount Ami when tho draoi
and trulls lav hands, on her!"
' Ay. when'" casting lbs dice,
Tho man. peering from tho alley,
healtated no loner; behind sounded
the footsteps of oth? rs, and gather*
fng Ms burden more firmly, he strode
boldly forth I ?ward (he sroup and tho
gate At his approach, their talk?
a Jargon of Mthk r< Latin" that
sm?rk? d.mora of M i cabarets of Peril
than those ??f ?!.?? coast momentarily
ceased; beneath low< rinsj brows, they
"What haVf yon there, comrade?"
Look and soot"* as sered th< man
in ji rough lone,
"poor DOOtyl A woman!1 quoted an?
other with ? barsh laugh, "YouTo
easily pleased. As \T won ones vrore
not plentiful enough on other occa?
sions, without wasting time on a night
like thi^, when diamond! ami gold are
to be. had for tho inarching!"
"Ami silvor plates and watches and
rare liquors!" cried a third in knaves'
?rcot. "Every on?, however, to his
taste; An you prefer a lischt of love
to 11 Ktit such as ther^e hare," Juggling
with the gems, "you but stsmn your?
self a fool."
"You're welcome to your opinion,
my friend!" Tho man with the bur?
den spoke bruskiy. "Good night!"
"Stay; why such baste? You seem
not I bad fellow. Hot the wench down.
Well have sight of hor, and, perhaps,"
with coarse expletives, "If she's a
prttt) face, and a taste for this fiery
liquor the old monks laid down, we'll
lind a gewgSW or two to her liking!"
But the man made no answer; was
The Black Seigneur Gazed Only
about to pass on, whoa tho speaker
noticed for the first time the woman's
hand, white and small, banging limply
"What's this? More jewels?" His ex?
clamation wras caught up ly tho oth?
ers. "Not so fast, comrade! This
puts a different face to tho matter.
Set down the booty, and," springing
to his foot, "we'll sec what it's -worth."
"I'll not stop!" The man looked at
him steadily. "On the Mount is, or
should be, plenty for all! Go seek
ITU f\B CONTINUBD)
\i:\\s PROM EGYPT.
CiittOn llmosi a Failure but torn
Generally Good?Personal Newa,
Egypt, Nov. i t.?The farmers axe
still busily ei gaged In gathering crops,
The corn In some spots, turned <?ut
unusually well while In other places
-hurt crops were reported, generally.
The cotton crop so far ims been al
moat a failure.
Miss Carrie Love has returned to
Egypt, where sin- opened school the
third Monday In October, Her pa?
trons, a< well as pupils, were delight?
ed to have her with them again.
Mr Qliston Huggins, accompanied
by Miss Badle White, spent a few
dayi with friends in Bishopvllle re
i tit 1 y.
Mr. J. Harvey McLeod of Rembert
?penl the week-end with relative!
Illsi Luclle Brltton left the 26th to
resume i??r school duties, for this
term, near Kershaw,
Mr. S. A. White spent Thursday in
Y:\ and Mrs. .1. K. Blchbourg spent
W 'lie 'lay in I llshopvllle.
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Weldon spent
Wednesday with relatives at Wisacky,
Mr. C. 1.. Britton spent several days
of last \M-.*k With relativ? ? at IP riots
Mrs. P, G, Peebles has been very
sick, Put is much better at present.
Among those wh<> attended the
stair Pair from tins community were.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. R, Mi 1.1, Misses
Carrie Love, Sadie White, Messrs J.
K. Rlchbourg, l- H. and T. B, White.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. B, Sharps spent
Tuesday at the home ?>f Mr. A, B.
We offer One Hundred Dollars re?
ward for any case of catarrh that
eannol be cured by Hall's Catarrh
l\ .1. eh. n< > & < Toledo, (?.
We, the undersigned, have known
r. .1. Cheney for th< last ii years, and
believe him perf ?ctly honorable in mi
business transactions and financially
able t.? carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
ifair.-. Catarrh Cure Is taken inter?
nally, acting directly upon the blood
a tui mucous surfaces <>f the system.
Testimonials sent frei . Price 7.*. cents
p. r bot tu . Bold by all druggists.
Tai., ii IPs Pa II) Pills for ? onstl
It< . \\ .,i r i. lb r!>< i t. I 'residing
Klder of Ihe Humter district, pussed
through Camtlen Monday on his r<
tum from llenth Hprlngs and Kcr
shae charges, where he hud been
holding Ihelr quurterlj conferences
I 'a in. I. a N < w '.
\ Night of Terror.
<'au?<? of in uniilii,
The moat common caui ? of Im >m
nla |a dlsord? i*s < f the stomach :< n<
eonstlpntion. (Thornherlaln's Tablett
correct these disorders and snabh
vou to sleep. Por sale i>y all dealers
1st PrlM?Dinner Bet.
2imI Prise?Dinner set.
8rd PMse; 10 prize* each of
a 4-11? Pound t ak<* with Roy
Prozent Your Labels on
THE BEST IHH)l? is BREAD
THE BEST BREAD IS?
RICH AS BUTTER
SWEET AS A NUT
Nr.V, TORK BAKERY. .1 UX LKADISG GROCERS.
BAVE Till-: LABELS FOR A NICE "DINNER SET."
Irin as BULLETIN SO. 03?HATS.
Soutli Carolina Experiment Station.
At about this time <<f year when
the chilly nights begin to give hints of
colder weather to t. low, the barns
and tli*- house as well often become
Infested with rats and mice seeking
wanner quarters for the winter and
the problem of how to pet rid of tries.
pests is s<'<>n und t consideration.
Many means of killing these ver?
min are open to the household, hut
also many of thes ? while effective are ,
Impractical from one cause or another.
The two means to be considered are
primarily the use of trap and the use
of poison. Traps are us< i ii hut in
preparing these they should he hand?
led with gloves rather than hare I
har? hands to avoid the warning hu?
man odor. They may he baited with
bread or better, with a piece of toasted
eh. cs. and placed near the openings
whir.' the rats or mice enter rooms.
Tin- wire spring traps are v< ry effec?
tive fo.xn ;is they are fiat and Incon
spiclous ami hive nothing particular?
ly suspicious in tin ir general appear
arce. For mice the box traas also
answer very well. Where obtainable,
ti ? new type of piass jar traps which !
have recently been put on the market
appear very desirable,
in poisoning, especially about the
house, there are certain considerations
whn h should be taken Into account.
Pi.St, BUCh str.am poisons as strych
nine, while it ki'i the pests, is
a source of danger to mankind?
especially to young children who
might i>e poisoned by accident. There
is also another fault with many of the
strong poisons due to the fact that
tlm animal is killed too quickly, Ihux
dying inside the house, frequently
dying between the walls or in other
Inaccessible places and < auslng a
stench which will P.- a source of great
discomfort or possibly of disease, A
poison which acts slowly. allowing
the animal time p. Lr?-t outside the
buildings in its frantic search for wa?
ter to relieve its agony is thus much
better than those quickly acting pois?
ons So often used. Many patented
compounds are upon the market
which are said to he prepared with
this Idea in view, hut every house?
holder may rapidly prepare his own
and at less expense. The poison most
generally recommended for this pur?
pose is carbonate of barium or as it
is commonly (.'ailed "barytes." This
may he bought in powdered form at
most drop Btores and is relatively
cheap in price. For preparing, thu
moat common method is to mix up
one part of the barytes and six parts
of corn meal or oat meal with en?
ough water to form a thick dough.
This dough is placed where the pests
can readily pet at it and left to do its
work. The barytes has no taste or
odor und kdis very slowly, often re?
quiring several hours, during which
time the animal will leave the house
to seek water. Another point in re?
gard to this poison is that in the
proportions used it is comparatively
harmless to higher animals. The
method of use may he varied by mix?
ing the barytes with prated particles
of toasted cheese, etc., or some oth-1
er palatable material.
M. IV Somes. I
Ft w nights are more terrible than |
that of a mother looking on her child
choking and gasping for hreath dur?
ing an attack of croup, and nothing
in the house to relieve it. Many
mothers have passed nights of ter
r< r in this Situation. A little fore?
thought will i nable you to avoid all
this. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is a I? ''am cure for croup and has
never been known to fail. Keep it at
hand. Por Bale by nil dealera?-Advt.
Marriage License Record.
Marriage licenses were Issued to the
following colored couples Saturday
i Qeo. P, Boberson, Orangeburg, ami J
Annie l.. Wilson, Sumter; Augustus
Jon? h and Addie Anderson, State
hur;:. Warren Reynolds and Marie
Kershuw, Ha?.!; Josephus Humtcr,
Manning, and AhUI< Dlxon, Sumter.
\ tirest Building Falls
when Its foundation is underm nded
and If tie- foundation of health good
digestion Is attacked, quick collapse
follows, <'n the first signs of indiges?
tion, Dr. Kin 's N< w Llf< Pills should
he taken t< I.*? 'ho stomach and
regulate liver, kidneys and bowels.
PK ram. easy safe and only 25 cents]
at Blbert's Drug Store.-?Advt,
DIAZ SAFE IN JAIL.
According to Mexican Consul Gen?
eral, Captured Rebel i- Held
rending ( oiirC? Decision.
New Orleans Nov. 14.?-Dr. P. Or
nellae, Mexican consul general here,
said tonight thnt h*e had been official?
ly advised by his government thai
Oen. Felix Dias, who led the recent
revolution in Vera Crux, was still in
prison there, and that reports of his
having escaped were wholly un?
Gen. Dias, after the failure of his
revolt, was courtmartlaled and con?
demned to death. His ease is now be
fort th<- Mexican supreme court. Yes?
terday a report was widely circulated
that he had escaped.
"The foreign office informs me,"
i ?r. Ornellas said, "that Dlax is stiii
in prison; that he had neither es?
caped nor received any harm. The
law in bis case is taking its usual
IT. s. TREASURER QUITS.
l ee McClung Resigns a- Custodian of
Washington, Nov. l t.?-Announce?
ment of the resignation of Lee Me?
riting, treasure r of tho United states,
was made by President Taft today.
Mr. McClung tendered his resignation
to tbe president at a conference at the
executive mansion early today, and its
acceptance was later announced by
the president from the executive of
nces, with the explanation that Mr.
McClung resigned voluntarily. it is
believed that Carml Thompson, now
private secretary to the president, will
Mr. McClung's resignation becomes
effective as soon as bis successor is
appointed. The treasurer declined to
discuss his retirement in any way to?
day, but it was rumored that his
resignation came as the result of con?
tinued friction with Secretary Mac
Taft's Vermont Margin 3411.
Montpeller, Vt? Nov. 14.?President
Taft carrh d Vermont in the ?lection,
November ?r>. by a margin of 361 votes
over Col, Roosevelt, according to of
tleial returns compiled by Secretary
of State Guy W. Bailey. President?
elect Wilson ran third. T.ysO votes
separating him from President Tut.
Tlie complete vote for all Presi?
dential Candidates was: Taft, -3,
334; Roosevelt, 22,973; Wilson, 15,
354; Debbs, Socialist, 928; Charta.
Cincinnati, Nov. 14.?The official
count of Hamilton County, made pub?
lic by the board of elections, shows
taat Congressman Nicholas Long
worth, son-in-law of Col. Theodore
Roosevelt, was defeated for Congress
in the 1st Ohio district, by Stanley
Bowdle, Democrat, by '.'7 votes
Team No. 1 Wins.
The fust match in the bowling
tourney came off at the v. m. c. a.
alleys Thursday evening between Team
No. 1 and Team No. 2, White and
Cuttlno captains. Team No. 1 copped
the contest by coming out ahead 21
pins In the three games, winning the
first and third games, while their op
ponents won the second.
The game was watched by a fairly
good crowd, who seemed much Inter?
ested iu 'he contest. The next match
will b? between teams No. :; and No. 1
en next Monday night. The public,
especially ladles, is Invited to attend
Negro Shot \\ edii<*talay,
Wednesday night about v o'clock
I tili US Williams was -hot in the le
by another negro near the e. rn< r ?
ITarvin Street and Hampton Avenue
The negro who did tile shooting a
once ran oil anil hna not y< I been np
pr, hended. w illiam ? mated that h<
did im I k now t h. mum < I the 01 h<
in gi o >v ho did the ? h- otlng and h a
nevet se. ti him before that night Tb
1 m I e, w pre not Wed "f t he shot I n
lind at on e went in s arch of th
man. but t tiled to Und him. I le I r<
three shots, onlj one taking effect i
Williams' i< ?
HOLD WM \L MKK1 ISG,
Officers for SuntUf Light Infantry
I:Ii??*ti'<i for Year.
The Bumter Light Infantry, Com*
pany L, National Ouard of South
Carolina, met Thursday night for tin ir
regular drill and to bold th< ir annual
At this meeting the officers for the
h < ai militia organisation for the en?
suing year Were elected, as follows:
Chaplain, Rev. J. P. Marion, Burgeon
H. .\. Stuckey, secretary and treasur?
er, Ii. T. Brown. <?n the Military
Board Edward Bradford was elected
bo represent the sergeanta* liufus
Spann, the corporals, and Kdwin P?W
"11, the privates. Will serve with the
It was decided by the company
that it would not he best to make the
rip to Charleston Fleet Week, as
many of the men could not get off and
t was deemed best not iu take the
company unless it could he a full one
ind would show up well with the
?thor companies in the parade.
Tonight, if you feel dull and stupid,
>r bilious and constipated, take a
dos?) of Chamberlain's Tableta and
y >u will feel all right tomorrow. Sold
by all dealers.?Advt.
News of Brother's Death.
Mr. p. b. Bmanuel of this city
Thursday night received a telegram
from Osborn, N. <'.. conveying the in?
formation that his brother* Mr. J<.
ieph Bmanuel, had txsen killed at
that palce that night when his saw
null engine blew up- No further in?
formation was contained in the tele?
Only a Fire Hero
hut the crowd cheered* as, with burn?
ed hands, he hold up a small round
box. "Follows!'' he shouted, "this
Bueklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has
everything beat for burns."' Right!
k.lso. for boils, ulcers, sores, pimples.
SCSema, cuts, sprains, bruises. Surest
pile cure. It subdues inflammation,
kills pain. Only li cents at Sibert's
l>rug Store*-* Advt.
V. M. ('. A. Bow lim; Ttimi.
At a meeting of the captains Holi?
day night teams for the Y, M. c. A.
bowling tourtn y were selected as fol?
Team No. l. ('apt. Darby White: a.
.1. Ard, Wm. Kinard. Tat Gallagher.
T. s. i>oar. R, c. alacNeel, s. Flnley
Tweed, G. B. Haynsworth.
Team So. I, CapL W, H. Cuttin??:
H. W. Harby. .1. A. McKnight. If. I.
B ire hard, n. v. Raid, O. H POUey,
Waverly Levy, Moses Moore.
Team No. :\ Capt. F. B. Creech. \V.
O. Ifoses, c. b. Walsh. 1.. c. Bryan,
K. ES. Wilder. A. A. HoWell, J. I>
Oraham, 11. p. Bppa
Team No. ;. Capt B. C. land: 1'on
White. B P. Dick, Turm r White, Dan
McKeiver, W. R. Andrews. |f. W< s
coat, Harry Burkett,
(lagged Train with shirt.
Tearing hit shirt from his back an
<>hio man gagged B train ard saved u
from a wreck, but H. T. Alston, Ral?
eigh, N. c, em e prevented a wreck
with Electric Bitters. "i was in a
terrible plight when 1 began to use
them." he 0 ?; CS, "my StomSCh. head,
hack and kidneys \v? re all badly af?
fected and my liver was in l ad eon
dltlon, i>tit f. ur bottles of Electric
Bitters mado toe feel like a new man."
a trial will c ?nvince you of their
matchless merit for any stomach,
river or kidney trouble. Price Bi
cents at Albert's Drug Store.?Advt.
Information was obtuined Saturday
morning of a negro having been run
down and run over by an automobile
on Bast Libert) street Friday after?
noon, but the names of the negro and
the driver could nol be ascertained,
it was stated 1 iat the machine passed
entirely over the man's body.
Pcc'.n e \\ sr on I olds,
\ crusade of education which aim
"thai common colds may become un?
common within the neat gene rat I >n"
has been begun by prominent Mew
York physicians. n? re is ? list of the
Mdont*s" which the doctors say will
1 rcveiit the annual visitation of the
"Don't sld in ? draughty car.**
1 lon't sleep In hoi rooms 1
"Don't avoid fresh air."
"Don't stuff yourself at meal time.
Overeating reduces your resistance."
To which we would add when you
lake a c id get rid of it as quickly as
possible To accomplish that yen will
tind Chamberlaln'a Cough Remedy
mos? , Kcellent, Sold by al dealers.?