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Cho Bentinol4ouraal Company.
ToMPBurN & BUTanur. PaoPS.
J.. U. THOMrSON, Erroa.
iberiptiou $1.00 Per Annum.
Advertising Rates Reasonable.
ered at Pickens Fostome 69 BWOeni 01011
Mail Matter
FICE ENS, 8. C.:3
Magazine Verse.
)ut of the dark tarn sodden rain
Into the night,
'aces that tarnish and turn
Amethyst white.
ound me the pulsing misty
Limitless gloom,
ownpour and eddying swirl of
Terrible doom!
eader, picture these awful
Why do you sigh?
ou don't know what this poem
Neither do 1.
---Washington Post.
Editorial Comment.
9maha Bee: Brazilians have
d a good look at th-. Monroe
Jhicago Record: In Berlin
. police charge the )opulace.
ire the butchers do it.
ndianapolis News: Meantime
don't seen to be making
ich headway toward putting
,)se prominent and wealthy
.ilef actors in prison.
Michigan Leader: That east
n author who says that mod
n transportation has killed
imance must have overlooked
r international marriages.
Washngton Post: Some men
.11 find fault with ahy kind of
tancial -legislation that does
-t make it unnecessary for
em to work for a living.
Richmond Times: Nowadays
ery candidate for the presi
ncy must show the stuff he is
ade of by passing through a
iff course of dollar dinners.
Atlant a Journal: Tough times
>r a Ot orgla colonel. He can't
)end it for booze and they
on' t let him play poker.
othing left but to throw it
vay on wife and children.
Newberry Observer: While
.e legislature is in session they
ight consider the question of
i election law that really elects.
Anderson Mail: Advices from
3lumbia say the dome of the
ate house seems to be bearing
p very wvell under the strain.
John D. is coming down to.
* .ugusta this week. We hope
le price of oil and gasolene will
'me down at the same time.
-Union Progress.
Some persons are so sure that
-hisky is an antidote for grip
tat they don't wait for the grip
reach them.
"'Wet' Prohibition."
Here is some highly interest
g and significant information
omi a state whose people have
~graf ted the principle of prohi
tion onto their constitution
id have enacted the most rigid
* ws for the suppression of the
uor traffic,, bit'rmost of whom
f ow in their "heart o'f hearts"
at their sytens actually and
t. r. ' !!t.,?!
ance and invites and oncourages
law-breaking'--- Maine, whose
motto is, "I direct."
Under her "prohibition law"
---strange misnomer in this in
stancel---Maine has a state li
quor agent, who disburses intox
icants to local agents in such
cities and towns as choose to ap
point them under the restric
tions of the statutes; and these
city and town agents sell from
their stocks for "nedicinAl pur
poses"- only, the pfofits being
turned into the public treasur
1es. The annual report of the
state agent, just submitted,
shows that during the year 1907
he "handled" liquors the 16 sub
agencies to the aggregate value
of $110,877.49, the city of Lewis
ton on the Androscoggin being
the banner agency for the year.
Lewistonites "took- their medi
cine" to the tune of $28,552, the
distribution of the prescriptions
being as follows:
"Two thousand six hundred
and forty-seven and forty-one
one hundredths gallons of whis
ky in bulk; 182.01 gallons of
brandy; 682.92 gallons of gin;
1,632.55 gallons of alcohol; 1,192.
78 gallons of runi; 305 galloifs f
wine; 98 1-2 gallons of cherry
rum; 477 dozen quarts of whis
ky; 27,11-12 dozen quarts of
brandy; 81 dozen quarts of gin;
18 dozen quarts of champagne;
198 dozen quarts of porter; 1,012
dozen quarts of ale; Itwo doz,
qts. rum; 40 doz. qts. of wine,
and 384 dozen quarts of beer."
It will at once be noted that
the ailment in Lewiston calling
for liquor prescriptions as the
necessary medicine is, presum
ably, that disorder commonly
called a "chronic thirst"---else
why should the dispensary's
business be so largely in whisky
and rum and ale, while wines
figure so inconspicuously? And
if the city mdnaged to dispose
in one year of $28,000 worth of
supposedly pure intoxicants at
fair market prices, who will
dare compute the revenues from
the illegal traffic there in the
cheaper liquors---the vilehealth
impairing, crime - compelling,
brain-destroying stuff dispensed
at the speak-easies and the
kitchen-bars and from myrlads
of walking pockets? Is half a
million dollars a bit too high in
a population of 30,000? Wouldn't
a million dollurs be nearer the
actual amount?'
Great is prohibition! And
greater, vastly, Is its chief
prophet, the Pine Tree State.
N. Y. Commercial.
Culinar~y Conoelts.
Never stir cake after final
beating. The beating motion
should always be the last used.
When interrupted while fry
ing in deep fat, drop a crust of
dry bread into the fat to prevent
its burning.
When the ihne for cooking
vegetables is limited pour boil
ing water over" them, then
strain and cook - in1 the usual
When frying croquettes be
sure to plunge the basket in hot
fat before tho croquettes are
placed in it. This will prevent
their adhering to the wire when
lifted out.
When roasting meat, to make
the gravy nice. and liown, take
a tablespoonful of sugar and
melt it in a pan till it smokes;,
then add boiling watef, stir well
and mix with the gravy.
Book Agent-- have a book here on
"rhin~gs You Ought. to Know."
Subbubs-Then you ought to know
,that I don't want one. --
they Use .a pen very muep 'while foi
the ubhceustowed writer who takes ar
afterneon off iow anI then to catch ut
with her correspondence 4. to.wany
the least. very discouraging The trou
ble is more than maudCulart:in this kind
of cramp. Very often .a low. .ervous
coadition wil cause it. Then one0
should take It q4,1 ' warnIng that the
system Is run down and needs general
toning up. Very often. however. the
trouble I all In the way you hold your
pen. -
Children mew in school are not like.
ly to be troubled with write,' cramp.
because "they are taught to hold the
pen lightly and make all the moxve.
ments. from the arm Instead of #ly,
hand.' The old"' tashioned nlit&T
which Most of us learned of holding
the pen between the thumb and fore.
finger Is also very likely to encourage
a cramp. The muscles become tense
and hard, until finally they contract ge
much that all control over them Ir
"net. The-pen should be held between
the first two fingers, well up toward
the joint The trouble may often be
relieved by putting the hand and wrist
into the hottest water one can stand.
--#oston Herald,
Tendernees of the Hanging Judge.
Mr. Jnnstce -Hawkins' tenderness for
women prisoners was well known. lie
admitted it. and he had a great dislike
of sentoncing these poor creatums .to
death who had been recommended to
mercy and would probably be repriev
ed. On one such occasion the sheriff
asked if he was not going to put on
the black eap.
"No." he answered. "1 am not. I do
not intend the poor creature to be
hanged, and I am not going to frighten
her to death."
Addressing her by name, he said:
"Don't pay any attention to what I
am going to yead. No harm will be
done to you. .1 am sure you did not
know in your great trouble and sorrow
what you were doing, and I will take
care to represent your case so that
nothing Will'-hart You' i the way of
Ile then mumbled over the words of
the sentence of death so 'that the poor
creature did not hear them.-London
Lobster Fare.
Hungry lobsters In their natural
state seldom refuse fish of any kind,
whether dead or alive. The favorite
bait with fishermen Is fresh or stale
herring, but even shark meat is used
at a pinch. Lobsters also eat small
crabs, sea urchins and mussels. In
deed. there are few forms of marine
life suitable for food which they re
-fuse. Lobs,ters sometimes capture fish
alive, striking them . with the smaller
of their two great claws, which for
this reason fishermen call the "quick"
or "fish" claw, but they will live for a
long time. especially when confined
without taking any food. If you tether
the lobster by the large claws. you will
find that, like the muskrat. he will go
off some fine morning, leaving only his
legs in the trap, for this anImal has
the remarkable power of "shooting a
claw," or amputating its limbs. and,
what is still more wonderful. of grow
ing newv ones from the stumps left be
hind.-St. Nicholas.
The Microscope.
There is good reason to believe that
the magnifying power of transparent
media with convex surfaces was very
early known. A con vex lens of rock
crystal was found by Layard among
the ruins of the palace of Nimtrud.
And it is pretty certain that after the
invention of glass hollow spheres
blown of that material were commnonly
used as magnifiers. The perfection of
gem cutting shown in ancient gems,
especially in those of very minute
siue, could not have been attained
without the use of such aids to the
eye, and-tbere can be little doubt that
the artifiers who could execute those
wonderful works could also shape and
'polish the magulfiers best suited- for
their own or others' use.New York
Rfied F'ireams..
In the South JCensington musum
are several wheel lock muskets with
rifled barrels made during the reign of
Charles I., if not earlier. Such barrels
were then nsually ceglied "screwed."
Zachary Grey in a note on "Hludibrs,"
part 1. canto 8, line fi83. says that
Prinee Riupert showed his skill -as a
marksman by hitting twice in succes
sion the vane on St. Mary's Stafford at
sixty yards with a "screwed" pistol.
London Notes and'Queries.
The Ferest.
A true forest is not merely a store
house full of wood, but, as It were, a
factory of wood and at the same time
a reservoir of water. When you help
to preserve our forests or to plant new
.ones, you are acting the part of good
Reputation and. Charaetsr.
Lawyer (examining jury)-Igo you
understand the* difference between
character an reputation? JTuror-Rep.
utation is th'e neume your neighbors
give you; character Is the one they
take frongyou,- udge.J
A RE~DU'V*f'~ 1
One Sales Con an Writes v
for me in TEN A S at a j
adve-tises a stock for TEN Di
--TWo V
Oa FEBRUARY Ist we will
and'continue it to FEBRUAR
sale ourselves and guarantee
cent. on all goods bought at D
- 1o cent Aron Gingham
7 cent Calicoes now 5 <
1 Y212 cent Outings now
i 2ceit Bleaching now
A few Cloaks to dis os
SHOES will alsoget a
This will be a SPOT CASH
say about cutting prices.
Come and let us show you ii
West End.
A great nany pe<
matism during the
Bolt & Co.'s Rhe
one of the 3EST R
ket for this trou
blood and puts nev
by putting the systc
Brepared only foi
FI. A.. R
HIGH, rufE1
Chicken V
can run througl
or climb over ari
Have You'
This is the season of the year
or '1lopcoat, or a heavy weight
more comfortable than a doctor
on the temper and more conduc
Owing to the stringency of th'
ing our vast stock at greatly re<
Lie that they can sell my stock
krofit. Another Sales Compan)
iYS at a great sacrifice.-.
to j (,! l '
9 c.entS.
6 oents.
of : $ 12.50 Cloak for $ 8,oo.
,ill be cut .deep.
deep cut.
sale and we mean just what we
?Y 1 TO 15
te bargains we offer.
Green ille, S. C.
Ipe sufler with Rheu
winter months.
Imatic Compound is
emedies on the ma:
ble. It cleanse. the
life into the pt1ient
in in good condition.
& C0.,
South Carolina.
it, crawl under
*d break it,
when you need an Overcoat
Suit, and it is cheaper and
or drug bill and less wearing
:ive of cheerfulness.
a money market we are offer
luced prices.

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