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cnce advisee rfl ^ixi and sickness peculia Lydia EL Pinkham' How U4?uy WinMhttad nw women, wiiuply Vcohujsc stimclcnt ?i t* *< ?? pa\n, and young gtflft >jhpyidl guid?<l phyaloally na wtlfBoWl If you know of w>jr yonur 1 advice, a?sk licr to wrvio to 3lr tfivo her adviie ^ eounk'd in ftio ooutrt^T T>o which one mny not like to 1 for u full undcrHt-unding of th * ' jffKX \ Vn^N. whu : write mid tell von of '>. the Ha.' f ! y.1" * !h IMokhum' in my iMi.-k h >v.-. corrc<"" I .n *11 -?? k'ul shall : c< 11 , v i in i< i;u? 1 -*>! - l"J- <1i.y?iui r-'i.ti'.Kiu/x v IVOIM tioii ' i . > t '< prost r i- . n ' M I'in'ii.H .ft A S" i:.t *1 Ml. (Jhi-st.M, i.??.? I * i. i! 4 WHS r O. I ! \ !. In! .t!ll l*oliei*m .ti ' lit'.' *4 tin, o. ti... . < ?:i.i i in in prtKunc.e o v. . iot i'oi Tayl. r, I). '<? th? r* c ??*"?t?i?. it !' u.id some notes i 1,50 ;> in cash. His tu]] imn I. II. Mrtrinm, Iwi , HB fxoeu! and to his (wo ^ihh ho loft home 'Hid all hie money after dohts were paid. To his two b ho ?!*ft his shop. His child are all under ago. 11 is two br 10 tt'ii If years respectively, hi tak< ti ch-trga of tho *hoj> t with tho aseif^tance of an ol barber, arc running it as usua H'rltn 1'hls Itoirn in the book of memory : there is such thing ms n harmlois cm Every cough in ? warning of h co deuce goes from had to worse less it is rei.i.-iio (1 right away. Op laden ? edijMiie in a delusion. Alt I.nng na's-e re - he wo ?t of cn t U clears t ? tiro n'al J tssHgos, (hat tin Ion; g? r j enty i f air. V nol gel a boll ie lo ; :i . f , Chicago, from experitng girls who have pains ir to their sex, to rely on s Vegetable Compound* rl? develop into worn, listless and hopeless Ltcntion has not boon paid to thoir physical ipt from physical weakness and periodic Ujf into womanhood should be carefully Jladv who is sick. and needs motherly h. i'iukham at Lynn, Mass., who will source of know lodge which is unnot hesitate about stating details talk about, and which are essential e ease. antiah F:. riershon, Gollingswood, N. J., says: th/.n.rbt T a.. 1 x >> - v-.wu^itv X HI'UHI ? I H.O iltlll K'il you ' following >our kind advirc, I f<*l like vrsmt. I was always tlii:i and delicate, weuk that I could hardly do anything, iiati* :i was irregular, ied a hot tie of your Vegetable Com1 began to f?H-l 1 >etu?r right away. I contuse, and am now well and strong, and 0 i rnlarly. I cannot say enough for t your medicine did for nw." jw Hrs. Flnkham Helped Fanrile Kumpe. fas. 1 M \ it a >t : 1 feel it is my duly to t I h'\v?? derived t'lnn y?>nr advieo and 's Vegetable <'omi?nunrf. Th pain1 left me, and t ty meustr' al tmul le f >r :he od advi'v y u g ,\e tie and I o all who sutler irom leina! weakness." k t St., "j.'.ttif Ail*.. ; i<<<?.) .> . . on i i\s si?o? ml i!tn. Wn Tw:g !''h:; \ ' \ \ , i t i, ) iff)' U| i(je!l>< o . . w> m n. v . i I (1 ! ributo of ri^pc* :M?'I pnti f'n i J, Mr. Wu Tmi.j: Funk. My mil . : :? n! Ic-(.1*3;) I .'>!> Wi.U (Mil) :?t I si1 v<*rul vears have _;ivoti uvappi eoial ion t>C liis irr ll,h I ability and I in open mi rule ','1' statesmanship.'' 0>!! ,,,,, rp'' a al?>r Cure f??r Chronic (!nn->tl >yg, l?nilon. avp Take two cupa of hot wate indiltalf an hour before each rr.ca dor j at?(l j'>-t before poing to bed. ft In |. | a drink ot water, hot or coh |nb< ut two hours after each rnea iTaku lots of outdoor txercinfc1 walk, ride, drive. Make ?i r?gu i"?j!rtr habit of thin and jn man, igh. c?s0< chronic constipation inn un" I b" cured without the use of an iuni medicine. When a purgative i o'h ' r? ijuired take aomothing mil : * *i like ria n i l,y ' Stomach nod Liver Tablets. Fo ?sle by J. F. Mac! oy tV ('?. "Old Hickory's" Fairness. Youth's Companion. Andrew Jackson has two sorts of reputation. He is credited, on the one hand, with being the father of the spoils system, but ou the other hand he is said to have been staunch and stubborn against wire-pulling. A story told in the Washington i'ost throws light on the best side of J&cksou's character. When Jackson was president. Major Gibbon, a NewJersey man, was postmaster at Richmond,Va. i A delegation from Richmond ' awaited on Jackson to demand the postmaster's place for a Democrat. ' Isn't Major Gibbon au old soldier of the Revolution ?" asked Jackson. "Well, yes." "Any charges against his official character?" "Nc-o. But he stomps up and down the streets of Richmond abusing you and your administration." "Does he?" said Jackson, grimly "Yes; and besides, he's an oldtime Federalist." "Well," said Jackson, seriously. "yon call tomorrow morning and you shall have an answer." , When the delegation had withdraw n. Jackson sent promptly for tho auditor of the postoHice department. "Mr. Auditor, what sort of an * lliciul is Major Gibbon,postmaster at Richmond ?" "A model postmaster, Mr.Pres ident." "Any charges against his ollieial integrity ?" "None whatever, sir. Ilia aceouut:; are scrupulously correct, and always rendered on time." "That will do, Mr. Auditor. Good morning?" The next day the delegation calied promptly, expecting to receive Major Gibbon's head. "Gentlemeu," said Jackson, ' you admitted yesterday that no charge lies against Postmaster Gibbon's olliciul character or con t'uct. This is verified by the ac counting ollicer of the treasury. Hut vou dwell on the fact that J 1?h vilifies me ami onenly opposes niv politics. For th*t you would have me turn adrift and penni I lf"-o an elder!v man ? the men ' v' ho led the forlorn w* .Stonj T'oiu* ' <n i left his ri;dit lee 'here. ' *uch a ii:ui\ jjentlvmof, ! t uterfiii. 1... I?:' Andrew . :>** ho!dJ t!i V uile Ho, M jo:<Jib' i lli-'e, Y? ii hove mv nncw I i?>?- '. . 111 . . ??. I >??<! t'liri' , | li?'r I'ri>i'. !f y? Me.- d !s iMIj nrri, lido n i'1 h "J ! ot or full ol bumr*. ' )?i von nave Mood poiK m, caiu-or. i carbuncle", ^ntin^ nore?, ncrottiia dj eczema, itching, risings ami ! lumps. scabby, pimply skin, bor i'Mnri!i, ! I."" *Y;p * Mm, - * ! any blood or skin disease, take* I Botanic Blood Balm ( B. B. B > 'improves tho digestion, euros r i dyspepsia, strengthens weak kid djney-. J'.it th? m dicine for old o: people, a? it given thorn now, viir i.joroue blood. Druggists, *1 p?u 1.1 larko bottle, with direction* - j for homo coin. Sample free i I hinl prepaid by writing Blood \ ; Balm Company, Atlanta, (Ja. v Describe trouble and special y I free niedicial advice also sent in h | foaled letter B. B If. ih espeoid alC advif-e! for chronic, d ip rj (>f impure bino ' ? iH r | h!%i?? diseases, and cures after a!' dec fails. LITTLE TOWN OF McBEE. Named for a Hustling Railroad Man, It is Keeping Up With the Times. Special to The Slate. Chesterfield, Nov. 14?Lyiug in the southern part of the county is the beautiful new town of McBee, so called after that gonial gentleman whose name is so popular in railroad circles. McBee dates its origin trom the building of the S,A.L. extension from Cheraw to Columbia. In the summer after the completion of the S A.L. the town was laid off and an auction sale of lots was held. Though only three years old, McBee is a town of some size. IJer streets are well laid off, the sidewalks are well thrown up, and everything preseuts a fine appearance where only three years ago wore forests of trees. There are in the town a score or more of business houses doing a large and thriving business. The principal commercial concern is the McBee Mercantile company which is composed of several prominent men. This concern has a large capital and does an immense tr#Ho The MoBee hotel, owned and run by Mr. Abb Bolin, is a large building of 15 rooms and he has regularly over a dozen boarders Mr. John T. Bailey, depot agent, is the iutendant of the town and is a very popular man. The immediate town has a population of several hundred, while just outside the corporation there are several large sawmills -nJ planing mills, with their numerous hands and laborers who would add very much to the town's inhabitants. On every side of the place there are saw and planing mills, the lumber industry being the main thing at present. Animation and life are seen on ever)' hand in this progressive tow. From this place the Charlotte. Monroe and Columbia railroad! starts. The road is completed from McBee to Hamburg and is J now in process of construction on ; j to Jell'erson. This branch road i is literally lined with mills and as j a consequence hundreds of carsol i lumber are shipped every week. This is also a great place foi I tllO RllinmOlit fit ti '?nf! I ? ?I "I telephone poloa. Many thou9-j lands of them fcro no*v on tin*" yaids Rwaifin<r shipment. Mo Bee is otily a fe*v mile? dip j tout from nor rival. I lot hu no.w ion, . i:; just iutofs Lvih h's rivi r Bn1 *' ** has already out da* .UiOoii !,o ! !mo *, and with ! . r i::\z p. ; , ies to: ore l.vr -ho \%i)i sou? f !#0 Cl'f} (>t t lif* !!) r:, n* ( \ t < \ 1. >v;,t *. her tt ^ a' i v ? Ht???; i ?? t * JO. ; -r .UOo v. out t? t!u> ione. 1 l?t' t:rsl trial cost (.10:1.) I .scroiiil trial cost. i tut ?M a e about f 100,000 ami t J n Moliitou | about $",0 000. This rank<*s hi total oi about * lOO.000 spmt in an attt nipt to prove a man ii 11\ o' crime wh>cli I ho jurors, i rider I properly | resented evidence,) no a'?i inr."o' v helio\ed l;im in*; 1 ! cent. Out 'In- ('.hi m; , Theue are the days <>f colds, alinrp ' u r, ! unililui. ii f I ?... I ! ---- ' nu?i\?v , at im I\mi^ i iimm n mi , llinffli, HHd leading t ?> f?n IJ ?** ? J li ?* fl <"?,N oik* does not like to think ahout ! ' Avoid further exposure and light tin* , I enemy of health and coinfi rt with ferry !>avi.*' Painkifer 'he family stand-by for *ixty y? nrs. .teonoue a foid in a day. .See that ; on gel the I right artieie. 't'tiere is tin' tiie killer, I'erry 1 "iv i?\ Skiffs Sale. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA County or Lawcastbr. In Common Fleas. WILLIAM B. PLYLER and Q?f, w. PLYLER, A" Executors. m<. Plainti'f*, against JAMES W. WILLIAMS, Defendfcnu. PJRM'AN'F TO AX ORDER OF the Court, made in Die above entitled cause, by bis Honor James A'drich, bearing date November l?th. 1902, I will sell at public out ery, b*?fore the Court House door, at Lancaster, S. C., on the tirst Monday in December next, during the legal hojUr* of aale the following descr bed teal estate, to wit : "All that piece or unreel of land situated in the County %ud State aforesaid, on the wafers of South Wild Cat Creek, bounded the North by lands of C. 1*. Kuigtit and R. A. Laney; on the East (by} Krvin Knight: on South by lands of John Fraser; Weat by lands of KrVin Knight, and containing FIFTY ACRES, more or less: being a ft?r" tion of land James IV. Wilitjwu bought from Ervin Knight." Terms of sale. CASH. "urcUftse* to pay for papers. J. P. HUNTER*. Sheriff L. C. S. C. T. Y. WILLIAMS, Atty. Or M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine Cwrn the Complexion, Kives Bouvancv lo .ibe cures Headache, KckuU' en Uirxniofa, llwtt. nd Liver A GET A NEW YORK LITE POLICY The new business written by the NEW YO$K LIFE during the first Jsy months of this year \^s more than $150,000,060 paid for business. TJ^is surpasses the record 'of anything" ever done bv * -J any company except Ucc New York Life. A. J. CLARK, A*t Lancaster, S. C. Dyspepsia Cure Digests what yon eat. This prt?p.u at ion coot. ins ..1 of the . igestants and digtsis :)'l Uinfls of lood. It. gives insUinu i i uf and never fails to cur- 5* iillo'v? ' to ' i' 11 the food yon rvar?t? Tin ?-l nonnc vt s'omachseau take it. In , > i; < f to . ami . '( o.-- o' '1 ?, 'l -*0 run1;! after eve yihimj (.; 1. J on.m>ia..i i i"? .in e .. \" ! r h \S J.i . , t. ""I : ' "V \ ? > * t ? *'j i?l , : J # > ?? ' ' ? I' ? . / * ! > ;/ y. ,'iV'sj . ' . h . <y ' ) !, v ' * a y iteisraanSE*, !* wt & v v*-- w . - ^ vv^v . . > .. ^ v*>\ 4 To cum SICK HEADACHE, HABITUAL CONSTIPATION, and all diseases arising from In? <!??stton. They will r?uri?v your ! * "rtin.l'pyfti'roo pjj>'r ? ?? i-AIR A LILY. Tho/ a-e I v< iln cost >e>, ?'R.r? ? cEH'tf.