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CONSTIPATED? HEADACHE? 11= 8 riv tor 1 "f u SPEEDY RELIEF. I5 _ on I on Nearly Everybody I Takes i ut SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR g >?'< "w&T YO UL? 11, y' I trc ?? om \ Gamboge. on Gamboge Is one of the artist's most c!n Important yellows. It is the gum resin sii of a tree which bears yellow flowers Snl and leathery, laurel-like leaves. The a hi name of the pigment Indicates the am country from which It comes, for gam- bit boge la almply a corruption of Cam- hai boja or Cambodia. In this far eastern vvo country the tree grows wild and sheds mn those sticky tears which help the Wa artist to paint the sunrise and the Wi< autumn tints of the woods. Gamboge an, was brought to Europe by merchants 0U| from the east toward the end of the wn sixteenth century.?London Answers. wn - eit I | ern I Women || Women who svlfer from h ? I female aliments, frequently g 1,f< I neglect their trouble, till a feaeral break-down follows, j ^ 9 Don't watt till your case Is K ^ 9 as bad as that?take Cardul || an< 9 in flme. It Is a safe, reliable || g medidie, for all women, g cn sn; _1CAMP Mrs. leu flare, of Pierce, 9 Ha.t tried Cardul and after- Dl 9 ward wrote: **1 was a sol9 ferer from all sorts of fe9 shortness of breath. br< 9 *1 suffered for years, un- err 9 til my husband insisted on \ 9 ny trying Cardul. The first | bottle gave me relief and || y 9 now I am almost well." H .! H Try Cardul. &a B It will help yon." 9 if All 1 Scotch Civility. A lady In a Scotch rural district wont ^ ont in search of two friends who had nD( gone out for a walk some time before, ev< She met an old man and asked him if in* he law two ladies pass that way. "Na, l>r nor I wlsna lookin' fbr them." ul* She met another Hnd asked tlie same question. "Na, but there micht 'a* jj been ten pass't for ouythlug 'at 1 ken j or care." . At last she met a boy and asked the same question. lie replied, "Na. 1 dldna see ony ladles, but 1 saw two j aul' wives." ^ I Are you using at system of bo< r t 1 r p^i j| L-^Tcr pRlW^j | MOGI MODERN B SAVE TIME. SAVE MOi AND WE CAN _____??__? MOORE'S BINDERS, AND CABINETS ( Ask our special zal THE STRICKLIN PRi Phone 139 PLANNED BY f A WIDOW J By M QUAD Copyright, 1910. by Asroclatod Literary Press. L'he widow Ilunnowoll had boon a [low for four yours, and she hadn't ind much in life for lior. She had d to split lior own wood, build hor "S| n fires and milk her own cow. Ev- B r -day she had missed Mr. limine* M 11. and when night came and the nd moaned and the rain foil and the ingles blow off the roof she wept [1 wished it wore nil over. nv it length Professor Doty arrived in te ) village. Not only that, but he ar- f" cd next door. lie was a professor nn natural history iu a college, and he lb'' oio to the village for his vacation, re i was a man of sixty, tall and rewed and dignified. lie gave every an e a feeling of awe. Mr. Ilunnowoll, ? the contrary, had been short and or t and Jolly, and people used to poke an n In the ribs and joke with him. It do is probably the contrast that caused St i widow to fall in love at tirst sight. hn She leaned over the fence and Introced herself, and he approached and wl ked to Iter. He had found a tree At id bidden in the bark of a locust fin e, and he was glad to talk to some ?"?' e about his find. tic Vbile the professor lectured the wld- sa ' fell deeper In love and kept ex- he itning: "Do toll!" and "Oh. my soul!" fr< e was nu interested listener. She d she'd give anything to learn all sti sut toads and bugs and grasshoppers ne d clams, and the professor was a bo flattered. If the woman next door Mi ;1 been a nice, loving woman she thi uld have invited the widow over to tin ke further acquaintance, but she tin s a different person. She said that Jows had too much rope as it was J that Mrs. Iluunewell was always : of tea and coffee when a neighbor iited to borrow. And the professor su't to be caught sight of so often her. [7i sn Iowever. when Providence gets its OLT ehinery once started there are gen- . illy results. One night when the nd didn't moan and the shingles ^ I n't rattle, but when it was tnoou- . et< fit nnd rnlin Instead. tlie willow was lw aliened from her sleep by a bad >am. She thought herself surround- ^ by potata bugs and fighting for her ^ i. The dream made such an lm- go jsslon that siie got out of bed and ked out of the window. There was mi ? explanation before her eyes. The gu )fessor had climbed the fence and Q(J is in her yard and down on hands ?e d knees in the grass. lie had on so ^ v clothes that it was easy to guess jo, had risen from his bed to look for ckcts. Not a word did the widow gu y. She Just got into bed and did KU ne thinking. That tlihikiug resulted Q1 her sending for the village constable ^ xt day and saying to him: 'Mr. Richards. If a widow living all jne should have reason to believe 0. ^wi^MMfdo ?- u 'You u^^^^P^Kaw a man dodg- ur I around iJWueyard?" st Yes." fr 'Well, she might scream." 'Yes." th 'Or she might throw something out oi; the window at him." 'Yes." tl< 'Or she might take her life and her j-j louistlck in hand and rush out and <jc tck his skull." w I see." Gi 'Rut if I was that woman I'd bor- hr y a shotgun, load it with salt and i on him from a window." And what would the salt do?" 11 Keep him in bed for about a week, w there is anybody spooking around fr nr house o* nights I've got the gun cr [1 the salt, and you can protect your- gr f. The law will he on your side, he in at his legs and let 'or go." th rhc widow took a couple of hours to he ilk it over and then sent for the ^ n. She was taught how to lire it. do d when the sun went down that on ?uinji she felt that events were go- N< - ?- ? < ?< .....i..., \n..,i N't ; iu iiii|'|'ru uvn'iv lui'iiiitih* ????? ? ? ofessor Duty was looking for the hi! rht before was criekots. Their songs ( d floated li>to his open window at in dnight and awoke him. lie had hi in hod the fence into the next yard T1 thout a thought of trespass. Lie an d got down ou hands and knees and fo wed around, hut the crickets had on aded liliu. He would try again. pr if there had been any bells In the gl wu they would have bceu striking wi In " aB ??? ??- cq I I old-fashioned II o ha >kkeepmg: I th iriDi " * "y*1"-'' .* ? j I I i OrO -?"=? I I P' |r -JJ I j fui y~^-' j fai ; tbi i | At) ^ -Tad ka*? q r? (Tb F* C! dil ? hubs | N'EY. SAVE ERROR. PROVE IT. cot " SU( RECORD SHEETS >N APPROVAL csman to call, is INTING COMPANY !"" CHER AW. S. C. : ( j ui ST. PETER CRIEI Matthew 1* hen they that xrcre in the ship can thou art the i ESPECTIN'G its heroes the P. ^ the naked truth. Today's i ? % the weakness of St Peter's i actor here pictured as the s >ns?noble and courageous, but ral jakness of any of the Bible charai ray In the narrative. It was this II of his approaching death, took t r speaking after this manner and a id that the disciple knew more tht norant or else wilfully mlsrepreset bukcd him, as In this matter being The same courageous man afterv it of the High Priest In his Master few hours later when he denied hi theless. the Master loved him; wl id strength he had. withal, a noble dared, "Though all men forsake tl . Peter with the other disciples In d declined to go with them In the In for a season of prayer. The b lion tim /ilcnlnlpa snw the Master w ; first they were nil affrighted; th< inlly St. Peter nsked the Lord's per iter. Tills permission was granted, ; maintained his faith, he would t me power that had exercised Itself aling of sick and the casting out oi jm sinking Into the water. Hut while St. Peter's faith was onger than ours today, In that hi vertheless It was not strong enoui lsterousness of the 6en his'faith I ister. however, caught hlra, saying ou doubt!" The lesson of the occi e disciples then offered the Lord tt e Son of God In power; that even t "A hand that Is not A voice that Is not c Commands the wave 0, thou of little faltl All are s'.nners. "There Is none r > the extent of their Imperfections no people recognize themselves as 1 nltlon of the great Creator. The^ lug worthy of his favor and life e irthlness becomes deep-seated; whi sin Is death," that the heart Is ;'rnal and to cry unto the Lord f< ndage and from Its death sentence id a helping hand, as In St. Pete: elr sins If they have repented of tt will sny, "Why did you not come ( on us you cried." Our forefathers used to think thi Ind an everlasting torture at the t ch pictures would be more success: ss than the Scripture penalty whlc verlastlng destruction" (II Thessak lelr message failed to convert the 1 ring, the Godlike. Men reasoned tout It, as It Is contrary to all bun ch untenable torture. Now, how* perior translations, marginal refen ore and more that God's Word Is at when It says death It does not m Indeed, some have told us that tc tence which God has ordained to t >portunlty and offer of salvation la urtttlnn -w.rctttr*. .Qdfo ratt?oa that Is more rational, and thinking pe< id give It more weight It Is froi auds ready to deliver every membei om the tomb and all the Imperfect! ipth. Jesus' death at Calvary wai e llrst man and of all those who i * " ? " V--XC i-1 1J it const s aeniu mere wuuiu ue uu A little while and the faithful on )u" to be Christ's Joint-heirs. Tb nd, including the awakening of th nth. Our Lord's help of Peter cori orld. It also Illustrates how those ad would be in danger of sinning ind. o'clock when the waiting, watchir Idow heard some one softly drt om the fence. then come Into sigl awling over the grass. She saw hi ah with this hand and the other ar ard him chuckle. Then she pointf e gun out of the window and shi >r eyes and fired. There was boop and a yell, and she ratth wnstalrs to find the professor lylr i the grass. lie had been salte wermore would he be fresh agai ?verinore would he want any salt c * potatoes. Of course the plan was to rush hi; to the house, call a doctor and kef m around for a week as an lnvali lere would be romance In the sa id gratitude for the soups prepare r him, and those things might lea and on. They didn't, however. Tt ofessor cussed; he swore; be wrij ed; he said that any woman wt ould shoot a barrel of Bait Into o nocent man ought to be banged, an he made his way to the fence t lied back: And my wife Is coming here In tt srnlng to stay for two weeks, Wi in. keep your old crickets and I nged to you!" A Brilliant Ido. Here's a letter from a woman," sai e household Inquiry editor, "wb tuts to know what to use In cleai ,r carpets." 'If she's a married woman," suj sted the joke editor, "tell her to uf r husband."?Exchanee. An Easy Cure. \ correspondent for a local pape ites that his sister sent him fou a lines which nro guaranteed t re any case of strenuoslty 1n th inily. The lines are to be repente ree times heartily In the face o y domestic dllliculty. Here they art A, <. (? ih. nt my The cat Is In the lake; The cow Is In the hammock. What difference does It make? ?Nautilus. More Interesting. 'Were you Interested In that at ;int of the Washington man wh Men!y d isnppeared ?" 'Well. I'd have been mt.ie intereste an account of a man who gTaduall appeared." Two Signs. 'To snuff a caudle out accidental! a sign of marriage." 'Yes. and to turn down a lamp lr itlonally Is a sign of courtship." )ne thorn of experience Is worth lole wilderness of warning.?Lowel ) "LORD, SAVE ME.? <ie and icorsMped Mri, taEa, Of a truth lble, unlike any other relAns book, tells 3tudy emphasizes both t^strength aM latural disposition. We lAtlfy the charame which was displayed other occa:her forward and boastfu'j Not a single eters seems to be smoothffl down or cut sanje St. Peter who, afte | hearing Jesus he Master to task for It, [pbraldlng him ssuring bim that he did ncj tell the truth, in his Master; that the latter was either iting the future. No wonjler the Master an adversary. ard drew his sword and smote the serv 's defense. Yet with all ftls It was only m entirely with oaths andjcurslng. Nevtb bis peculiar combination of weakness , faithful heart, even whim be boastfully lee, yet will not L" Oyjtudy shows us a flshlng-boat on a bt^J^us sea. Jesus boat, withdrawing hlmseito the mounoat bad not yet reached 1 er destination, alklng upon the water ant drawing near. ?n reassurance came from his word, and mission that he might wall to blm on the and we cannot doubt that had the Aposrnve reached the Lord In safety, for the . in blm and In the other <! aclples for tbe ' demons was absolutely a le to keep him j i stronger than that of the others and e even attempted to walk! on the water, i ?h. As his eye caught a glimpse of tbe egan to fall and he began to?slnk. The . "O thou of little faith, therefore didst nslon being ended, tbe wind ceased. All ielr worship, realizing afrtfsh that be be winds and tbe waves obeyed him. * ours upstays our steps, ! iurs commands tbe waves^ ?, and whispers In our eaiL b, why didst thou doubtfl Igbteous; no, not cne." Some do not realNevertheless It Is safe! to say that all imperfect and hence as unworthy the ree7 cannot commend themselves to him as ternal. It Is when this cjmvlctlon of un;n the realization Is keen that "the wage most likely to realise tie value of life )r deliverance from dark mm, from sin's !. To all such tbe Savior stands ready to r*s case. He will not reproach such for lem and turned to rlghteo isnees. Aatber, ?ooner 7 I was quite wllll kg to aid you as it they should p.cture bel t>re the sinner's mndi of devils. It se$tn< d to them that ful In drawing men from In to rlghteoush declares that the wages of sin la death, )nlans 1, 9). But they ov? rdld the matter, world. It merely torturedjthe saintly, the that there was probably some mistake aan experiences that life icould persist In ever, with the aid of thi modern Bible, >nces, etc., tbe people of God are learning true and that it should pot be twisted? ean life In torture. MB > their minds the ut^^Bttlng out of ax>e tbe fateo^tt^^^^vefUM bis eve>7 more any >ple can and do receive more eameetly " ilMtmcHnn! that tha Rnvlnr I r of i.dam'8 race from thl death penalty? Ions of mind and body wnlcb are parts of i of sufficient value to cincel the sins of share the death penalty ylth him. Wltbresurrectlon, no future life, es shall come forth In the "first resurrecten will come the generdl uplift of manose of the whole world ?om the sleep of responds to that greater kelp of the whole who have already beconle the children of again were It not for ofr Lord's helping igl NOTICE. >p Chera w, S. C.^ June 9, 1910. tit Notice is hereby given that the m annual meeting of the stockholdld ers of the Chesterfield & Lancas** ter Railroad Company will be at held at the office pf :he Company ^ at Cheraw, S. C., at 11 o'clock A. jg M., Wednesday, July 13th, 1910, d. for the election of Directors, for n. considering the adoption of amen>n ded by-laws, and ,for the transaction of such other,1 business as may ro properly be considered. >P ROJBTi L. NUTT, | Secretary. i I " I \ Pains or I Cramps * "I carry Dr. ililes' Anti-Pain Pills with me all the time, and for aches and pains there is 10 .r > nothing equals them. I have used them for rheumatic pains, 5' ;e headache, and pains in side and back, and in every case they give r perfect satisfa^ion." I HENR^COURLEN, p Boonton, N. J. d f Pain comes! from tortured nerves. It ma(y occur in any * I part of the heajd or body where there is weakness or pressure ] upon the nerves. Dr^Miles' o Anti-Pkiin Pills d Relieve pain, whether it be neurr 1 ho!a-!O/> riiAnmTf IO V) J J i .ivuiuauv, ovaoiav, tivau ache, stomacle, pleurisy or ovarian pains. T y Druggists everwhere tall them. If first package fallelto benefit, your drug* i- gist will return ytur money. MILES MEDICjL CO., Elkhart, Ind. suDscribe to ttie Cheraw Chronicle. i 1 Hit Unfortunate Investment. "It's astonishing," the old settler In the little town was saying, "how real state has advanced In this town since [ came here. The corner lot this building Is on, for Instance, sold once for >450." "What Is It worth now?" asked the itranger. "Five thousand." "Well, you had a chance to get rich 3y investing in land yourself. I suppose you bought some real estate?" "Tes; I bought one lot?Just one." "That has Increased In value, hasn't It?" "Tes; over GOO per cent." "That was a good Investment" "Not so awfully good, mister," sold the old settler gtooinlly. "1 pnld $10 for It and It's worth $75 now. but It's In the cemetery. The way 1 figure It I've lost a heap of money by not dying forty years ago."?Youth's Companion Columbus' Flsat. The entire fleet of Columbus was worth only $3,000, and the explorer's salary was >300 a year. ^voii imiuiuii^ Stadebakert can't afford to build anything but good wagons. For nearly 60 years the Studebaker wagon has enjoyed a splendid reputation. But? Studebakert couldn't put out defective wagons (even if they were so disposed) without great injury to their reputation and business. Stadebakert jealously guard the quality of the goods that bear their name. It pays Stadebakert, And it benefits you. That's why Stadebakert guarantee their wagon to us and ^^we guarantee it to you. ^ P. B. HUNTLEY CHERAW The State of South Carolina, County of Chesterfield. By M. J. Hough, Esq., Probate Judge. Whereas, Mrs. Maggie Mcln tosh made suit to me, to grant her letters of administration of the estate of and effects of Daniel Mcintosh These are therefore to cite and admonish all and singular the kindred and creditors of the said Dan-el Mcintosh, deceased, that thev be and nvDcar -be/ore ro^r-in the Court of Probate, to be held at Chesterfield, C.H., on 24th of June next after publication thereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause, if any they have, why the said administration should not be granted. Given under my hand, this 8th day of June, A. D., 1910. M. J. HOUGH, Probate Judge. FUNDERBURK & LAWRENCE, Dentists and Surgeons. Bridge work, Pyorrhoea and Artificial Enamel Fillings a specialty. Phones: Office 188 Residence 174 C. S. Lynch REAL ESTATE Gheraw, 8. G. Office of County Superintendent of Education. The f'ouuty Superintendent of Education gives Dotice that his office will be oppn every Saturday and the first Mon aay 01 eacn mourn. Five or six doses of "666" will cure any case of chills and fevtr. Price 25c. E. A. McCLELLAN, M. D. Dfflce up ?tair* in Evana' building aext to Telephone Office. Telephones: No. 80 and 02. IHieraw, . b. C. PHILLIP A. MURRAY, JR. Attorney at Law :HERAW. S. C. )FFICE>? In rear of Waddill A land s ay. STEVENSON 4 MATHESON, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Practice in all Courte of Chesterfield ind surrounding counties and in United rates court. One of the firm will be at Chesterfield 'pry Monday. J. M. CARPENTER, Contractor and Builder, Pageland, S. C. U1 kinds of work in Brick and Wood. Sstimates cheerfully furnished. SURE CURE pi For All Diseases of HP STOMACH, If,. 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