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Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preyi upon the mind. dto-
MKipi M lessens amo tion; beauty, vijor
disappear when the ktd
lllffiv'" nejrs are out °' order
TBMHIff — Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
► V that It I- not uncommon
XfVvifca A I for » child to be born
amictod with weak kld-
neys. If the child urtn
ates too often, If the
tulne ecakto the fleah or H, when the child
raadMa an afe when It should be able to
ooatrol the pasaage. it Is yet afflicted with
bad watting, depend upon It. the cause of
the difficulty Is kidney trouble, and the first
Map should be towards the treatment of
these Important organs.' This unpleasant
trouble la due to a diseased condition of the
kidaeya and bladder and not to a habit as
moat people suppose.
Women aa well as men are made mis
arable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the aame great remedy.
The mild and the Immediate effect of
SwMap-Root is soon realized. It la sold
by dru(flats, In fifty
* eant and one dollar
Uses.' You may have
aample bottle by mall Ja '
free, also pamphlet tell- hm» at i>wHm
Inf all about It, Including many of the
thouaanda of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
ll Co.. Blnfhamton. N. Y., be sure and
mention this D*Dcr. x *
Don't make any mistake, but remember
the name, Swamp-Root. Dr. Kllmer'a
9wamp-Root, and the address, Blnfhamton,
N. Y„ on every bottle.
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Sold by S. R. Biggs.
Backache is never known to
those persons who take an occas
sional dose of Pinetiles. The val
ue of the resin from the Pine tret
has long been recognized in the
treatment of diseases of the blad
der and kidneys. One dose of
Pineules will give relief, and oqe
bottle will cure. Sold by S. R.
I TESSA'S THANKSGIVING.
(Continued from first page.)
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The ilrl'i face flushed as she b«A
ded him m gay aaaent.
And DlnoT How frlcbtened ha
was when he found Tessa and the
baby gone. Though half famlahed,
ha had no heart to eat the food he
had bought with his scanty wagaa.
He rushed Into the street and
through all the alleys and stairways
and stores. Hut no Tesaa could be
found. Finally, worn out and sick
at heart, Dlno went back to the cold,
dismal little room, threw himself on
the bed, and cried bkterly until ha
The door opening wakened him.
In an Instant Tessa's arms were
about his neck, and she was pouring
Into his bewildered eara the whole
story. Wheu she stopped a moment
for breath. Dr. Wlnthrop gently ex
plained It all, and giving money to
buy coal, promised that to-morrow
be would uome'atfaln')
Was there ever such a Thanksgiv
ing Day as Tessa bad —or r,uch a din
ner as that they ate with Dr. Wln
throp and Miss Maxwell in the clean,
new rooms made ready for them?
How Dmo'a heart nearly burst with
Joy when the doctor told him that. If
he wished, he should be a gardener
at the great Wlnthrop country place
trp the river. And Tesaa and the baby
ahould be with him, for there was a
little cottage covered with roees
where Teaaa could dream that she
was back In Italy. "If lie wished!"
Why, so the blessed Madonna guve
him the dream of hla life.
But why, after her first cry of Joy,
did Tessa's eyes fill with tears.
"Like you It not, Tessu, mlaT"
naked Dlno anxiously.
"It la all beautiful," she whis
pered, "only—l would wish to
near my dear lady.' '
Then the doctor laughed and Miss
Clarice blushed like a sweet rose us
he told them that last night she hud
promised to live In the great house
by the river; only she would not be
Miss Clarice any longer, but the doc
Dino'a face shone with Joy. "It is
as the saints would have It," he
But Tessa's cup of delight was too
full for words. She could only
snatch up baby Tito and smother
htm with klses. For was it not he
that had brought her all the Joy of
this wonderful Thanksgiving.—
Thanksgiving Party Game.
A pretty game for very little guests
Is the "Mulberry Tree." It Is a game
of action, picturesque and having an
accompanying rhyme for repetition.
They can learn the verses in a few
trials, for they ure not so long as
most kindergarten songs.
two children from the com
pany and let them divide the others
into two groups, each leader alter
nately choosing a child, pne of the
leaders represents the "mulberry
tree" and the other "the hill." The
tree stands near one end of the room
and the hill quite at the other. The
tree's children are all mulberries,
and they stand about her In a circle,
each with one hand touching the
shoulder, l;hest or back, and the
child ahead. The remaining band
of children are "birds," and they
stand in a"corner of the room at the
end whore the trees and berries are.
First the berries chant:-—•
Oh, mulberry tree, so green, so green,
May we taste of your berries
And the tree
"Nay; I can't Spare one till summer
Is done, 4
And they drop to the ground at my
Whereupon the birds cry, warnlngly:
"Then fall, pretty berries,.,for eat
you we will.
Here come birds—-wide open
euch hill." . N
And they rush forward, while the
berries, releasing their hold from the
tree, run toward the hill In the ef
fort to touch her hand and get back
to the tree before the birds catch
them. As the chase begins all or only
the tree and hill unite in crying:—
"Away, little berries, over the hill
And back to the mulberry tree."
When all the "berries" have been
caught they become "birds." Ab the
catching progresses the prisoners
.stand apart and wait for all of their
side to be captured.
In At The Finish.
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Mr. Short—ls there any of that
Mrs Short—Nothing but the bill.
No Tabloid Birds.
"There are only three of us Is the
I family," said the customer, "and a
Ave-pound turkey for Thankagivlng
would .be all we could poM}bly r,inaa
! a *®r
"You'll have to take mi real tur
key." lttlskly replied the dealer. "We
dou't keep 'em In tabloid form."—
Chicago Tribune. ILIII
"I Tkiik Tki lirl"
cried Hannah Plant, of Little Rock
| Ark , "for the relief I got from
| Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It curud
triy fearful running sores, which
nothing else would heal, and from
which i had suffered for five years
It is a marvelous healer for cuts,
burns and wounds. Guaranteed
by S R. Biggs druggist; 25c.
WORLD'S OLDEST INDUSTRY.
Manufacture e* Qun Flint*—Still
Uaad In AfHae end Aela.
Probably the oldest established buel-'
naaa la the world la at Brandon, In Suf
folk. where the maaufacture of *un
flint* baa been oerrlad on aa the *uc
ceeeor u> th* prehlatorlc manufacture
of arrow heads from the same mate
rial. It la aatlmated that for mora thee
ten thousand yean flint working has
been carrlad oa at that apot, the only
chance made aince those early daya be
ing la the Introduction of metal too lit
for working the fllnta la place of the
■tone and horn of the average.
Oun fllnta are atlll In nee In various
parta of Aala and Africa, where the
poaaeaalon of percuaalon oartrldgea la
forbidden to the native*. The average
weekly production la (till 1(0,000.
though In the day* when the flint lock
waa the universal arm aUlllona were
turned out weekly, aince Brandon le
noted aa producing the beet fllnta made.
Oun fllnta are not the only product,
however, for la Latin Bturope the
"atrlke-a-llght" la atlll given th* pref
erence over matche*, and of theae about
twenty thouaand a week are manufac
tured for the Italian and Bpaniah trade.
During the Boer war 14,000 fllnta were
laaued to (he Brltlah troop* and were
found valuable In emergencies where
the ordinary match would not have
The strata of flint are in live layer*
on Liugbeath Common, a mile aouth
•aat of the village. Bach miner worka
by hlmaelf, employing the aame meth
od! aa were followed by the earlier
workmen, the ground being uncovered
In layer* or "atepa," that the dirt may
be carried away without the uae of
windla** and bucketa.
The product la sold to the chippera,
who work at th*lr home* In the village.
In apite of the fact that each blow of
the hammer la from a different angle
and la atruck with various force, the
workman Inatlnctlveiy guidea the cbiael
nnd the flake* fall into the baskets In
an almoat continuoua stream. They
are shaped with a chlael-llke hammer
on a block of Iron and are then packed
Into barreia containing from 6,000 to
Child Marrlagea In India.
More than 250,000 girl* In India, 5
years of age or lee*, were already mar
ried when th* la*t cenaua waa tak*n,
and of theae neceaaarlly many have
become wldowa. Between 6 and 10
yeara the number of married glrla wa*
well over 2,000,000, between 10 and 16
years It had rlaeu to nearly 7,000,000.
Of course, to the glrla in the Drat two
categories marriage meant nothing
mor* than a contract entered into for
them by others, long before tbey them
aelvea were capable of undemanding
It; many of them had been bound by
engagements when they were still chil
dren In arms; some bad even been be
trothed before they were born.
Moat of the widows of auch tender
yeara become so before they know what
widowhood means. It Is only aa they
grow out of Infancy that they learn the
aad life to which they are condemned,
a life of misery which la inconceivable
to people of western countries, yet la
enforced by Hindoo cuatoma. It la a
life of bardeblp. of unmerited ehame, of
Irkaoine penances and of wearleome at
tendance at religious functions.
Though the English law In India
would recognize the legality of a re
marriage of these youthful widows, lu
exorable custom forbids it and Its oc
currente is rare. There were In India
lu 1901 nearly 42H.000 widows under 15
years of age, of which nearly 20,000
were iesß than 5 years old.
Measuring Eye Jumps.
We know that an eye, at ordinary
reading distance, takes In about one
Inch of a line at a time, and that In
reading a line or an s ordinary book the
eye makes Ave or six (more or less,
according to the length of the llus) dis
tinct Jumps. But how many know
what direction tie eye taker In making
th*ae Jump*? And, as the movements
era so very minute and rapid, bow har*
tbey been studied? A very Ingenious
means has been employed, aa follows;
A beam of light la thrown upon th*
cornea of the eye under examination,
and this beam la reflected by tha cor
nea on to a photographic plate. As the
ey* move* In reading the reflected beam
al*o move*, and upon developing the
plat*, which la also kept moving, a alg
sag line I* found. A study of such
photographic tracing* sbowa that the
eyea in turning back to pick up the
next line have some difficulty lu so do
The longer the Una of print the great
er the effort, and for this reason we
may conclude that a narrow line la bet
ter for an eye than a long one, and It
the line be mflch wider than the ordi
nary newspaper column there is great
er effort involved.—Jewelers' Circular
What* Meat Instead of l*ef.
Newfoundland ia developing a new
induatry. In the form of selling whale
meat In place of beef. One of the deal
ers aaya that the new meat taste* more
like venlaon than beef, and plana are
already oelng made to ship some to
Bugland. where It 1* expected that it
will sell for at laaat IX cents a pound.
Longest Submarine Tunnel.
The longeet submarine tunnel In the
world run* beneath the River Severn.
Th* total length of It 1* four mile* aix
hundred and twenty-four yards, and of
Mile two and a quarter miles lie from
forty-flve feet to one hunred feet below
the estuary of th* river already named
A Shark's Human Pr*y.
On cutting open a shark. 16 f?et long,
caught in the Bay of Naple*. some fish
ermen the oth*r day found Inside the
monster's stomach the body or a boy
of I years who had been missing from
his home for some days.—London
It is difficult to cure a cold or
free yourself from the discomforts
of a cold unless vou move the how
els. Bee's Laxative Houey and
Tar acts on the bowels and drives
all cold out of the system For
Croup, Wlioopinff-CoURh, Colds,
nnd nil Lung and Bronchial affec
tions, no remedy is equifl to the or
iginal Laxative Honey and
Tar. A Liquid Cold Cure. Sold
by S. R»i Biggs
RHEUMACIDE has cured thousands of cum of Rheumatism sftsr all thy doctors and all other mttfts
had failed. Rheumacide cured John F. Eline and others, of Baltimore, after the famous specialists*
Johns Hopkins Hospital, the greatest hospital In the world/had failed. Rheumaolde cured Austin Percelle,
of Salem. Vs., and D. H. Olmsteed. the Norfolk. Va.. contractor, after they had apent larte sums on other
remedies and the doctors had given up hope. Rheumacide cured Mrs. Mary Welborn, of High Point N. C,
Ainoat. Miracia in TMa Case of rheumatism she had endured for to years. Rheumadde cured W. R.
AIM • iwrad* ta tMf c«m. Hu«hes, of AtKins. Va.. after the most famous New York specialists> failed.
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S?*worVror,',ni*g of the blood, it operates by purely natural methods, does not injure the
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I down pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble which can I
■ attack a woman, viz; falling of th« womb. With this, generally, I
I coma Irregular, painful, scanty or profuse periods, wasteful, weaken- H
I Ing drains, dreadful backache, headache, nervousness, dizziness, Ini- I
I lability, tired feeling. Inability to walk, loss oI appetite, color and I
I beauty. The cure la
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I that marvelous, curative extract, or natural essence, of herbs, which I
I exerts such a wonderful strengthening influence on all female organs. I
I Cardul relieves pain, regulates the mensem, stops drains and stlni- I
I ulates the muscles to pull the womb up Into place.
It is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints.
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DENNIS SIMMONS LUMBER CO
. ~ . . Manufacturers oi .
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WILUAMSTON. N. C.
DRINQ L axa 'i ve Fruit Syrup
WHm ■ ■ v uP Pleasant to take and does not gripe or nauaeato
Cures Chronic Constipation* Stomach and Liver Trouble
Stimulation Without Irritation.
ORIHO Laxative Fruit Syrup is a new
laxative syrup combined with the deli
cious flavor of fruits, and ia very pleas
ant to take. It will not gripe or sicken.
It is much more pleasant and effective
than Pills, Tablets and Saline Waters,
as it does not derange the Stomach, or
irritate the Kidneys, Liver or Bowels.
OHIHO Laxative Fruit Syrup will posi
tively cure chronio constipation as it re
atorea the natural action of the intestinal
tract. Ordinary cathartics may give tem
porary relief but the stomach is upset
and the bowelaare irritated without any
permanent benefit having been derived.
ft II D Pll AD AIITCC Tahe ORINO Laxative Fruit Syrup and If you
(JUH lIUAIfAH 11l EL are not satisfied your money will be refunded.
Prepared only by POUY aOO n OWoai, IS. - . -p"' .
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY -
S. R. Biftfte. Williamston, IS. C.
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work, send for prices and samples.
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. PUBLISERS - PRINTERS..- BINDERS
Williamston, - North Carolina
The condition of the patient remains un
changed. The Stomach, Liver and Bowels
have not been stimulated and in a few
daya a stronger purgative may have to be
taken. This is why Pills and Aperient
Waters never give permanent relief.
Their violent action results in an unnat
ural movement of the bowels and it is nec
essary to keep taking them indefinitely.
„ Why ORINO Is different.
ORIHO Laxative Fm it syrup is the only
preparation that really acts upon all
1 of the digestive organs. Other prepar
ations act upon the lower bowel only and
, do not touch the Liver. It can very read
' ily be seen that a preparation that doe«
, not act upon all of the digestive organs
■ can not cure Chronic Constipation, Torpid
i Liver, Indigestion, Soar Stomach, etc.
For Biliousness and Sick
Take Oun Laxative Fruit Syrup. It
■ sweetens the stomach, aids digestion and
- acts as a gentle stimulanton the liver and
. bowels without irritating these organs.
Clears the Complexion.
r Oano Laxative Fruit Syrup stimulate*
1 the liver and thoroughly cleanses the
- system and clears the complexion of
1 pimples and blotches. It is the best lax
. ative for women and ehildrea as it la
i mild and pleasant, and does not gripe or
9 sicken. R.efuse substitutes.