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say consumption can be
cured. Nature alone won't
do it, it needs help.
is the best help, but its use
must be continued in sum
mer as well as winter.
Take it In a little cold milk or water
Cet a small bottle now. All Druggists
A Girl Missing Two Weeks.
Nina Knight, 14 years old dis
appeared from her home at 43
Jefferson' avenne, Maspeth,
Queens Borough, New York,
two weeks ago and her distract
ed parents have appealed to the
police to search for her. The
police are also looking for Frank
Murphy, 18 years old, who until
a few days ago lived at 65
Powers street. Brooklyn.
Frank Knight, father of the
girl, said vesterday that he be
lieved young Murphy might
know something of the where
abouts of his inissing (taughter.
"Aft r mV li tle girl had dis
appearcd fir1om home,' said the
father. "we found a letter she
left behind. It was-addressed to
her and was written by young
Murphy. I turned it over to
Polite Captain Gardner of the
Newton pi-cclict. One part of
I he I l Ir read:
"If you don't write i nd come to
me I am grOinlg out to get you,
and you know what that
"That was a threat of some
kind," the father said, "and I
know it had its ef'ect upon my
Mr. Knight i.; a metal polisher
and lives in a neat cottage with
his wife, two daughters and one
son. On Saturday evening,
April 24, Nina asked and ob
tained permission to go to mar
iondale Park with a few friends.
The park is about two blocks
from her home. The girl wore
a black skirt, a mixed gray
jacket and brown veil over her
head in the place of a hat. The
family have not seen her since.
Persons who were in the park
say she mAt Murphy there.
The girl has light hair, blue
eyes, was well built and is about
5.feet 4 inches in height. She
atte-ided the Maspeth grammar
A Lake From Underground.
Three miles southeast of Sil
ver Lake, Ind., on the line be
tween Kosciusko and WAabash
counties, a subterranean lake
has burst its confines and sub
merged the highway to a depth
of 20 feet and for a distance of
more than 100 yards.
Persons who traveled the road
late the evening before its ap
pearance noticed no indications
of the break, but early travelers
next morning were confronted
with a fair-sized lake. The lake
seems to be filled with eyeiess
A Cornell College Romance.
A college romance wvhichi be
gan in Ithaca, several years ago
will be culminated in the near
future when Emory B. Bradow.
one of the most famous oarsmen
Cornell has ever produced, wlll
marry Miss Agness Z. Sullivan
of that city, whom he met and
~ courted while in the university
Do You Get Up
With a Lame Back?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everyone knows of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
bladder remedy, be
cause of its remark
Lable health restoring
4 - ..Root fulfills almost
-Ii every wish in over
,I pain in the back, kid
\ neys, liver, bladder
urinary passage. It
----...- 'corrects inability to
hold water and scalding pain in passing it,
or bad effects following use of liquor, wine
or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
through' the dlay, and to get up many
times during the night.
Swamp-Root is not recommended for
everything but if you have kidney, liver
or bladder trouble, it will be found Just
the remedy you need. It has been thor
oughly tested in private practice, and has
proved so successful that a special ar
angement has been made by which all
readers of this paper, who have not al
ready tried it, may have a sample bottle
sent free by mail, also a book telling
more about Swamp-Root, and how to
findontif youhave kid
ney or bladder trouble.
reading this generous .....
offer in this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer :& Co., H an -R*
Binighamton, N.Y. The regular -ffty-cent
and one-dollar size bottles -are sold by
all druggsts. Don't make-any mistake
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
";,, & o ay botle
The cngagefuent has just been
announced. Brandow entered
Cornell from Catskill in the
class of 1906. He proved to be an
oarsman of such calibre that
Courtney put him into tht. var
sity boat in his first year-, a rare
occurrence at Cornell, and he
rowed in the fast 1106 crew
which won hy a wide margin.
Brandow's athletic career,
how ever. was cut short when he
was attacked by blood poisoilflng
and was sent to the Albany hos
pitai, where surgeons despaired
of hii life. He survived an op
eration, however, and the next
year returned to college and
finished his course. Brandow is
a civil engineer.
Daring Leap Saves Her
Motorman Edward Sherer,
when he saw a woman crossing
the tracks directly in front of
his swift -moving trolley car, in
Liberty street, East New York,
.-esterdav, reaIIized that she
Xould be knocked down, for
here was no chance for him to
0op in, time. So instead of try
:ntg to apply the brake he jump
*'d throagh his vestibule win
dow out. upon the fender and
pulled the woman upon the
ropes of the protector just as she
Hiolding her in one hand, he
eached the other hand back o
n; contioller and turned off the
power. The car -stopped and
Sherer helped the woman un
hurt, to the sidewalk. She
proved to be Mrs. Mary Morrisey
of No. 257 Hendrix street.
A Bold Step.
To overcome the well-grounded and
reasonable objections of the more Intel
ligent to the use of secret, medicinal com
pounds, Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Siffalo, N.
Y., some time ago, decided to i.ke a bold
departure from the usual course pursued
by the makers of put-up medicine3 for do
mestic use, and so has published broad
cast and o - y to the whole world, a full
and comp e list of all the ingredients
entering in hec position of his widely
celebrated t d - es. Thus he has taken
his numer s atrons and patients into
his full n ence. Thus too he has re
mov is edicines from among secret
nostr of doubtful merits, and made
them credics of Knourn Comrposttin
t mte i no al to su dect t em to
of lDr. Pierce's Golde-n Mc ical Discovery, the
famous medicine for weak storuat ih. pid
liver or biliousness and all catar-rh al Jlseases
wherever located. have printed upon it. in
plain Engflish, a full and complete l'%t of all
the ingredients cornposing it. but a tsmall
book has been compiled frori nnumerous
standard medical works. ot r.li the ditierent
schools of practice. containing very numier
ous extracts frorn thme writings of leading
practitioners of medicine. endorsing in the
strnugest possible terms. cach and every ingre
dient contained in Dr. Pierce's reedicIines.
One of these lhttle books will be mailed free
to any one sending address on post al card or
by letter, to Dr. Rt. V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y.,
and requesting tl-.e same. From this little
book it will be learned that Dr. l'ierce's mned
icines cont ain no alcohol, narcotics, mineral
agents or ot her poisonous or injiurious agents
and that they are made from native. rnedici
nat roots of greaS value: also that some of
the ruost valuable ingredients contained in
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for weak.
nervous, over-worked. "run-down." nervous
and debilit ated women. were employed, long
years ago, by the Indians for similar ailments
affecting their souaws. In fact, ore of the
most valualie rnedic-inal plains ent ering into
the coruposition of lDr. Pierce's Favorite P're
scription was known to the Indians as
"Suaw-Weed." Vur knowledige of thne uses
of not a few of our most valuable native. me
dicinal plants was gained from the Indians.
As made up by improved anid exact pro
ceeses. the * Favorite Prescript ion ' is a net~s
efficient remedy for regulating all the wom
anly func:tions. correcting displacements. as
prol apsus, anteversion and retorrersion.
overominrr painful periods, toning up the
nerves and bringing about a perfect state of
health. Sold by all dealers in zrtdicines.
Vic'im Watches Lynching
In the pr-esence of Mrs. Andrew
Deas, whom he had assaulted,
in unknown negro was lynched
in the suburbs of Jacksonville
Fla., early this morning.
The assault upon Mrs. Deas
was committed Saturday. She
was in the grounds of her home,
when the negro sprang from be
hind shubbery and seized her.
After the negro left Mrs. Deas
managed to reach the house and
give the alarm. Her son orga
nized a posse, and the assailant
was hunted with bloodhounds all
Saturday night. He was cap
ured about 4 o'clock and was
brought before Mrs. Deas for
"He is the negro," cried Mrs.
Deas as soon as she looked at
the prisoner. As soon as Mrs.
Deas made the annlouncemlent
the posse began to pour volleys
into the prisoner, riddling his
bodv.- Not satisfied with this,
knives were used and the negro's
head was almost severed from
Mrs. Deas is a woman of
wvealth and1 of high standing.
If you hav-e pain in the back, Urinary,
1 .ider or Kidney trouble, andl want a
certain, pleasant herb cure for women's
ills, tr y Mother Gray's Autrarlian-Lea'f
It is a sate and never-failing regulator.
At Druggists or by mail f.03. Sample
package FREF. Address5, The Mother
Gray Bo., LeRoy, N. Y.
Sprinkle Allen's Foot-Ease in one shoe
and not in the other, and notice tire
difference. Just the thing to use when
rubbers or overshio -- become necesary.
and your shoe seems to pinich. Sold
verwhere. 2-5c. Don't accept any sub'
ALCOHOL 3 PER CEINT.
ing tie StomatsandBowels a
NOT NARC OTIC.
rate un rteFO.~ ',
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
QUESTiON OF BAIL LIEERTY.
is Prisoner Allowed Freedom Until
Case Goes to The Jurors?
Ettore Ferratta. an Italian
ontractor and inveniftor' and said
to be a nephew of Clarendo Fer
rata, sectary to the Pope of
Rome, was arreste(d at his home 1
on Tulane aveue, New Orleans,
on telegraphic advices from the
heif of police at Roanoke, Va.
He is charged with b. ing an
embezzler to the extent of $10,
000, and, 4t is alleged, had been
anted by the authorities of
oanoke for more than a vear.
The allegation of Ferrat a's
isdealing is made by Frank
foto, of Roanoke, who clainls
hat Ferrata misapplied1 the
oney which the formeri!t advanii
ed to carry out a contract with
he Norfolk and Western rail
Ferrate declares his willing
ess to return and face the
harges, which, he says are
BITERS AND KIDNEs
Snake For Necktie I
Raving in his childish treble.
~he 7-year-old son of Mr. and
rs. Seeleys around whose neck
i a spirit of fun a companion a
week ago wound a dead snake, l,
av' never recover his reason.
The children were playing
ear the Seeley home when one
f them found the (dead snnake. s
icking it up without being
bserved by the other children,
e quietly approached the See- f
y child from behind and sudl-t
enly wrapped it around his i
eck, shouting as he did so thati
he snake had jumpedl uipon
The sight of the snake with t
he yell of the joker and the i
fact that the child for a moment a
ould not jerk the snake awvav v
from his throat toppled the
[(. B. B.) Cures Through the Blood
BNE PAINS, CAN
B. B. B (Botanie~ Blood Blood) is the
nv Dl od Remedy that kills the poisontN
inthe bloodl and then pttrifie'i it-end- .n
ng a ilood of pure, rich blood direct to 1v
e skin surface. boines. joints, :mdi F
hewreve r the disease is located. I -ti
a all sores. ulcers pitmiles. ert'ptions n~
re healed and cured. prins and aches a<
ofRheumuatismn cease, ss.-llings .ubidMIe.
.B. B. ~.completely chan~res the bo'dy .
nto a clean healthy cor-dition,. iin~il"
the skin the rich, red hue of 1-erfect t
health. B. B. B. cures the wots' oldm
cases. Trv it.&
OTANIC BLOOD BALM-B BB
"lesantu nnri sate to take: composed o r ur
te b.t. . . t. utrengthens~ the ne'rves .
aw. ubl tunthe broken d .wryt emv~i'. I ir::t i
t PF.R LAP.;E i(YOTLE with dires'
m itt for huome c'ure.
old in Pidkws S.hvb Bolt & Co.
For Infants and Children.
[he Kind You Have
Ali'io, gd 2 theolla
Ui, n i e
ifrLoesienT e trl.3 l
Aftll (lowll j~ w~t le illi.~ i
lr. sAinerson Ilad ti akn a
arti (f fourteen ber- Fruils lle
\Ietlhdist Orphanage i n I 1i< -
lie at owuntry (lib lak. i
-ight of the lads capsized ! bit.
W'ith the help of tlio.-e (),n shor,
ive were saved, whi!e All(Ies5(QIll
evt to the resLe (If I I__ree
emainuing. He got t w<1 -VII' i<>re!O
nd theni went afte'r Ill Ii' 'W,
Willie PBoyd, hut was soward
>y h is exertions thl at ihi bot h
For Pat Qi GoIJ Town Watches
The work of excavating forI
he structure for St. I rancis
'hurch in D ayton. Ky., is bIHig
vatched1 by a large~ 1ort In Ilo(f
he town, inchli(lngI city ffi -
ials and others, whoII expert' tlhe
vorkmeni en;.:aged in the < c n
ating may dig u p a pot oIf. Wdh
vhich traditioni says has lain
mried undler thadt site sinc the
aid1 of Generatl John Hiunti \lr
:an1 adi his h~il(i ofI confrh2r
aged to the late Matthew Cc
trthur, a noted soul hirn svinh
vas famious as anunrrud
tation for con)febderate re fuges.
s the story golIes, Iiere was a
uterranleani palsae hahig
romi' the house. anid it is hee
he passage having lan since
een filled up. tha t the Iirea1sure
a suppo~sed to be.
The mono was h .f thre. it
; said hy a confltdera18 Spy by.
he name of C'abiwell. whou had
'en sent noIrth to~ pay thel il mo
f General Morgan. then~ in t his
icinity. He sto Ipped at t he ?1e
trthnir r'esidencoe, and his 1pret
nce being dliscloseSd, hI seen-W<1~o
he gold, s;aid to amounllt 1io sev
ral thousanid dollars and
.saped, intenin g to join Gen
ral Mohrgan. the laihb.; bling
eware Of 01ntmer~s Focr Cata:rrh.
That Cor.ta n Merzry.
meCGu' -:-uface. S wh! ..:2'~s
'om1 reputale phy.-ic:n I', a the A.
:Ils 'th irll dO r' s tn f ahl t th :3
(1 miercury. 1nd( is taken int rnaly,
til'' dlir'ctly ulponl th-- b low a d
me!(ous surfnees of thet em.2tlI In buy'
ig lal's (:atarrh (iie he sur yo get
i genui ne. It is ta~k- injternilly and
Sold! byV Iruggs *. I' :ee o per
Take li' s Fa i'v I! for coPsipI.'
RKING'S N EW DEC3VERY
Will Slurey Stnn That Comh.
Railroad Centractor Placed Under
TIle aMlH4ify of a trial judle
t4 l')ek up it ''I lfli t who had
I,'-1 "!In hail l W ll ils case is onll
tial wil be 1sted ill the New
Ym.k Cmrll 'llrt 4)il fil. ap-1
jli4 lI<:l f11 a \!ri., (4 lm - llf O s
Sni~l)lelle W ps}iace"l on
It i il I tl wtll 0< !4 cif .,-ral Ses
.hilms ol the e;1r2 <If 41)ribin a
WI%*ei . 1! i l ihe Iitigat'foil o erT
i~~ it o fln: Ir i saeo Is
lur nT. ;aishrwa inldi<t
ed ()-. ciie:Ir e (if o ft-ring a wit
1p- a .I t' 1 . oP4 il(Id severL
al thois md1 dol'-:. He was
-n ~ -m1 reh! :'sed on bail.
- o?4 Irlaleilt of the
> eiriat, jildg Ma
w -:!, The dew(I fentlant
4 inl Ow wILl1 s during
j - l ti li while lie is
tedthat the hail
bV, mW; I l t i 1tIll
1 ii i4 ':. i-.. It vS
I Ioa4 that
(i aI u \ \JJ4 S I 11 '!' 11x
I WO N Rain For Rav s
\ A Ow, (w ad Zigo
Cwl-.ilay foul. la Ns
unI a Inlv -on the Ie nt
!' ? 1,4 14411 w ll S foIl thei
kqtin --w ill. I slo ly re
-rin -m thv frightfill 1N
SyIt I r k1qinI h langs te t111
fa-t I n. H- rm s to be! a relig
qns :10ln RAW, Whol drifted inl
4 Zin. 1w:4 11lzi at it was the
4 i'11 f' all mrts of peciuliar
n Q-li Ou: heoliefs.
Ho hI nel that Elijah, b
1: c : i4 ) n f'.itih, a 11d ben11 fed
8 j I' )4 \4.is, 01)4l lL' (Conclnde(I
Ito~ av \h p4 lan himuself. He had
*suf: '4nt faith~ t( last four days
4 nti : b ;ut ti)'- HI'Pre' tempe!)Lst
11 1 ' li4>. l d h 1111 I en.'1s WeCI
114' 441' i14e jo1 .1 '('4)r I>ro('1 ,
dr'-4 1-f i ~It:i lle u:1!'ow, chilled
Ver'4l' of sir~Vation,1 finally LEa C
1114 the 't 4.11ln1i an(I1 suffere(
h1imlf toj b4le carrjji(d back to his
('abil1, where't 114 W:is dit'dI an(I
();ving 14> fi.is adv1n1L(I Year's
- ~ p; o ! wei :. I'4.ui h medicine'
e n I. . - .- wh- I g 4.'' dIec'ies
[4j4.ve(y, ami " .i.g 0. 4 j lelt re
r:is 14 in my ow' .1mil-::.nd] o'.her~, I
-naII for-n ( (4'' P hS --nd1 flg t roul
hI1 way. P. his . v' t 0:. c-a I its
I:I,-ki car. i:e' 4 y , l'or 11r4)n
-bit.4 A:-.:.lu::. h li (ist, rhagei (i St (p
l. gs itis -4rpr. m4. .~.(e andc $1 ('J.
.1 o: fl44. Gua-i4nt (Id by all J
-- 8 1
n In- Nu e ili sell1 for
b nl V*1 have. LexLcept Gro
4 n14 t (4pened4 a line
(4)44 ~ 41pr'ing' shoesS inl all
price4~4s from SI.00;
h 4 nIi\ womn and c'hil
I .~w m1 nH4 C1.1 OST .
4 1 o wihing to~ buy~ a
''' 40!at a barg ain, and
- ' 'viI\nf a store'-r4om
is iH::l the' 1 depot and
~\~4111haLve a 5-room 4 c41Lottagc'
4 adI4 lolt for1 sa1l'.
1 'i to call and 5t'. ns
4 irS for busineLss,
"DLLZI11QUp' D-~AY11 4
'Ihat is an expression all use when
partaking of our Candies, Ice Cream,
or Soda Water.
Such expressions of praise makes
glad. We are satisfi-d only when
we please our customers.
We are now handling Ice Cream in
conts. To try them is to like them.
-We will be prepared by Saturday 7
to fill family orders for cream. Let
us know your wants and we certainly
will please you. A
Pickens Drug Co.
New, Fresh, Crisp
I have spa red no means in securing for this Spring's bus
ness tie newest :.nd freshest goods that could be found, and
it the lowest prices such goods can be sold for.
Our goods and prices are such as tn give us a SPECIAL
SALE all the time. We do not have to try to fool the people
nto "Special Sales" My 20 years business reputation justi
Ies me in saying that you get what you buy and what we
promise, when you buy from us.
AS TO OUR GOODS: We have almost anything in
stock that the average buyer of dry goods may need, but es
pecially do we call ate:an to white goods. We have a
4rand assortment of these goods in p ai an fancy, ranging
n prices t o, 15, 25, 35 and 5oc. the yard.
OUR COLORED WASH GOODS are equal to an
;easons ofiering we have ever shown. A great showing of
)oth Men's and Ladies Under Vests await you here, also
Ien's and Ladies Neckwear and Hosiery, plain and fancy no
ions and head ornaments of all kinds.
NOWV FOR THE STAPLES. The best shirting, cali
:oes for 5c. The best aud heaviest 36 inch wide sheeting
hat can be sold for 5c. Cotton Checks and Ginghams at 5c.
t.emembe me when you want good shoes at low prices.
WVest Enld- G~reerville, Bis. C~.
What about the old scrap iron that is in your way
We want to finish out a carload by the first of June and
when we get up the car we will n- ue in the market for
scrap) iron again. Gather it up.
r emember the May meetings are not far off, so pre
pare yourself for the occasion. Let us fix you up with a
nice pair of Oxfords, fancy socks, Dress Shirts and Sus
We can also save you money on a Summer Suit of
adies, We Want You to Sec Our
111e of Summ11er IOfv Goods.
W\e have never had bett~r sales than we are having
now. That means plhased customers.
Come to see us,
RAIG BROS., One Price Cash Store
A Lock that Locks
Thi e Burriss
A Shingle the represents the latest
and best dev elopmnent in METAL
SHINGLE construction. Highly
aipprov ed and used by the most ex
- perienced builders in this section,
also by Cotton Mills for Cottages.A
Malilcad y JOH T. BURRIS & SON,
ANDERSON, S. C.
See them and judge for yourself their construction, quality 2
REPRESENTED LOGALLY BY JOH L THORNLEY