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TILLMAN ON THE TREATY.
Thinks That Democrats Will Not Be Able
To Have It Fall of Confirmation.
Senator Tillman while in Spar
tanburg recently, speaking of af
fairs at Washington, says the Spar
tanburg Journal, said that the 1
greater part of the discussion in the
senate and everywhere in political
circles is on the Colombian affair
and the Panama canal. Asked
concerning the position of the dem
ocratic and southern senators in re
lation to the canal, the senator
"Well, there are only thirty
three democratic senators, and to
prevent the ratification of the treaty I
the minority will have to control I
thirty-one votes, and I am afraid i
that the Mississippi, Louisiana and I
Texas influence fzr the canal, with
that from other places also, will de
moralize our forces and let the
trity pass. We all want the canal,
but give it to us honestly, decently.
"The difficulty is that people for
get that the Panama route is not
the only one, but the republican
party has no morals nor respect for
a weaker country They want the
Panama canal, whether they get it 1
by fair means or foul."
The reporter asked if there were
much discussion concerning affairs
in the Orient. Senator Tillman
said that little or nothing was said I
of it in the senate but that there is
a great deal of quiet, earnest dis
cussion over conditions in China.
"Sympathy is all with Japan in
the Japan-Russian trouble," re
marked the senator. "Roosevelt
would be delighted to get some ex
cuses to embroil this country in the
'mess in China.' It is too early
to say what the outcome will be as
to our country."
SAYS rr BEATS WHISKEY.
South Carolina 'Man Invents Process to
Make Drink From Watermelons.
J. H. Nicholes, of Wedgefield,
S. C., believes that he has discov- I
ered a process to make a drink out
of watermelon juice which will
Rupersede whiskey, and he wants
the Kansas State board of agricul
ture to assist him in securing capital
to exploit the discovery.
Mr Nicholes says that he under
stands that some of the farmers of
Kansas are raising watermelons
simply for the seed and are throw
ing away the melons after the seeds
are extracted. He asserts that this
is simply throwing away millions
of dollars yearly:
In his letter he says :
"I have the necessary machinery
planned for separating and preserv
ing watermelon juice, and I have a
process for clearing the juice so that
in a few days it will look like pure
corn whiskey, and in fifty or sixty
days can give you a nice drink1
with alcohol enough in it to make
you feel it if you drink a tumbler
"I believe in temperance accord
ing to the Apostle Paul, and I have
come to the conclusion that whis- 1
key, as made these days, in an un
natural drink-too concentrated
and as long as I can get watermelon
juice, as I make it, I never will
drink any more whiskey.
"I have sold the watermelon juice
for $2 per gallon, and there are
millions in it at 50 cents per gal
Known By the Legislature.
The large majority accorded Mr.
Evans shows the confidence the
legislature has in him. The exper
ience he has acquired during his
four years of service as a director
will be invaluable to his two new
aesoites on the board.
MILK IN BRICKS.
oldified Cream is Now Sold in Chunks
Through New Process.
The inventors of a method by
which milk is now being solidified oo
considerable scale confidently be
ieve that their discovery will not on
y abolish the many dangers of the:
lairy, but will eventually do away
with the dairy itself. They are
:onfident, that is, that the day of
iquid milk is over.
People who have tried to solidify
nilk before have employed too low
i temperature in their fear of de
:omposing its fats and sugars, and
n consequence have failed. But
)y the Just-Hatmaker process the
iquid milk is whisked round pol
shed cylinders kept at q fierce heat
>y steam, and comes off in a few
seconds in the form of a continuous
:reamy-white sheet five feet in:
vidth. This is reduced to powder,
mnd may be compressed into cakes.
The feature of the product is that
t is still potentially -ilk-the
rhole milk and nothing but the
nilk. and to make new milk at any
:ime it is only necessary to add the
seven parts of water which have
The result is said to be difficult to
listinguish from fresh milk. Its
:ream rises naturally, and it may
e made into butter or cheese. The
owder cakes keep indefinitely, and
;amples have been sent round the
veld and kept for three weeks in
ta;. returning quite fresh.
Do.usly it is impossible to water,
kim or adulterate solid milk. and
fact to which the inventors attach;
mxtreme importance is that all at
:empts to cultivate microbes on it
iave failed.-San Francisco Call.
PROTECT THE FISHES.
troug Extraet from a Sensible Editorial
on an important Platter.
ews and Courier.
It goes without saying that no
>ll that discriminates imperiously
igainst any county should be
)assed, and that whatever bill shall
)e passed shall be "fair" to the;
:oast counties-and to all the;:
)thers. What is "fair" to all of
:hem, however is a nice question,
d one that should receive the:
nost thoughtful consideration of
:he Legislature. It might not be
air to all of them, for example, to.
llow three or four of their niim
>er practically to destroy all the
shell fish, or the migratory fish, by
wasteful or improper methods of
aking them, inspired by greed of~
emporary gain, and having no re
ard to consequences. Terrapin,
mud sturgeon have been nearly ex-:
:erminated from the State in a few
years by such methods, and oys
ers, clams and shad are now se-:
iously tbreatened with the same
sate. It is a pertinent and "fair"''
uestion, .,. .ther the representa
:ives in the Legislature of the ma
erial interests of all the counties,
'he State, should permit a few fish
~rmen in the coast counties to de
~troy public resources of food and
rofit which are among the most
aluable in the State, and in which
Il the people of the State have
-ights and interests, without mak
g an effort to stop the reckless
Just Get Out Doors.
A current magazine tells of a New
?ork gentleman who said to his
amily physician, "Doctor, I find I
m using too much coffee, and may.
>e just a little too much tobacco.
hat do you advise me to do? I
vant to stop these habits, but don't
;eem to be able to. If I stop coffee,
'My friend,'' said the physician,'
'a great many people ask me that~
meston in the course ot a year. I
tell them all just what I tell you
don't try to quit your tobacco, if
that would inconvenience you in
your work. Just get out of doors
often enough so that you can stand
your coffee and your tobacco. And
then you'll be all right."
The anecdote is timely at this sea
son of the year. A great many peo
ple feel badly towards the winter's
end, and fancy that it is because
they are drinking too much tea or
coffee, or eating too much, when
what they really need is more ox
ygen and ozone. Temperance is
an essential thing, of course; but
the most rigid temperance in all
matters cannot make a man feel as
be should unless the lungs are sup
plied with plenty of fresh air and
the body invigorated with sunlight.
Just get out of doors. There are
only a certain number of sunny
days in a person's life. Why not
make'the most of them?
THE LADIES favor painting their
churches, and therefore we urge evL,ry
Minister to remember we give a liberal
quantity of the Longman & Martinez
Paint toward the painting.
Wears and covers like gold.
Don't pay $1.50 a gallon for Linseed
Oil (worth 60 cents) which you do when
you buy other paints in a can with a
paint label on it.
8 & 6 make 14, therefore when you
want fourteen gallons of paint. buy only
eight of L. & M., and mix six gallons
pure Linseed Oit with it, and thus get
paint at less than $1.20 per gallon.
Many houses are well painted with
four gallons of L. &. M. and three gal
lons of Linseed Oil mixed therewith.
These Celebrated Paints are sold by
The Newberry Hardware Co.
DRINK EVIL DRUNKENNESS
CURED TO STAY CURED BY
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.
Any woman can cure her husband,
son or brother, or any one of liquor
drinking, by secretly placing ite
Ribbon remedy in his coffee, tea or food
without his. knowledge. It is entirely
odorless or tasteless. Any good and
faithful woman can wipe out this fear
ful Drink evil and permanently stop
the craving for liquor. By degrees the
patient gets a distaste for intoxicants,
and finally leaves off altogether. It is
wonderful. Many a hard drinker has
thus been reclaimed and restored to his
family and friends. White Ribbon
Remedy is easily given by following
the simple directions.
The only drink cure endorsed and
sold by members of a Woman's Christ
ian Temperance Unon.
Indorsed and Sold by M'embers of a
Woman's Christian Temperance Union.
Mrs. Anna Moore, Press Superin
tendent of the Woman's Christian Tem
perance Uunion, Los Angeles, Califor
nia, states: 'I have tested White Rib
bon Remedy on very obstinate drunk
ards, and the cures have been many. I
cheerfully recommend and indorseI
White Ribbon Remedy, and advise any
woman to give it to any relative suffer
ing from drunkenness.'
Sold in every drug store, 50c and $1.
Trial package free by writing or call
ing on Mrs. A. M. Townsend (for years
secretary of a Woman's Christian Tem
perance Union), 218 Tremont St., Bos
ton, Mass. Special agents in
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
GILDER & WEEKS.
Shad Shad Shad
Now in season. Place your orders for
oysters and fish with
Columbia Fish & Ice
Co., Columbia, S. C.
Satisfactory prices, quick service.
You can make money now selling our
large South Mullet while eggs etc. are
so very high.
quckly ascertain our opiniond ri te n
etaLl~ isprbably patentabe omunl
Patee Olet ne~c for securin patt.
speciaL notice,. without charge, in the
yea: four months, $L.5so 1 by aiH tewsdealerl.
MNN &Co.3s---.New York
=-..n, nfie. M!S F StL WashinEton. D). C.
A LONG-PELT WANT
It is supplied at last in Newberry.
Guot n -turtd people are often irrita
I vou < iow the reason, you sbould
1ot. b- sioprised.
rver ntve iLubing pile.?
Not. sick enough io &o to red;not well
enou.- A be cutelt.
The constant itcbing sensati.n;
Hard to bear ,barder to gei. relief,
Spoils your temper uearly drives you I
Isu't relief and cure a long-felt want?
You can have relief and cure if you
will follow the advice of a local cit-i
M. P. Leopard employed at the New
berry Cotton Mills bas: "I have used
Doai.'s Ointment and cannot sny too
much in its favor. I bad itching hem
orrholds Ior years and al o a b eaking
out on my legs ,and ir almost :et me
crazy. I could not fiod anything to
help it. I have seen the time when I
have gotten out t-f bed and scracehed
until my legs were one mass of blood
and I felt as tbough I could have taken
a knife and scraped the skin o' but. it
only made it worse. The doctor gave
mc some salve and I songbt two or
* bree ditlerent ointment and put them
on but nothing did any good. Finally,
I procued a box of Doan'- Ointmtent at
Pelham's drug store. I do not think I
haa it on ten minutes before I ft-lr re
lief. A continuatica of tb applications
ais directed entirely stopped all my
misery and no one knows what a relief
it h-ts b-en. I can take off my clothee
now aid sleep in peace. You ce bet
tour Itst dollar ou one tljin!-, I cao
recommend Doan's Ointm-n! first. Inst
and all the time " For sale by all
dealeri-, pri< e 5ce!its. Fo;:er.1ilbunr
Co Buffto N. Y. sole age:- f-r t he U.
Remember th name Do".n's rJ : a
Begin the New Year
With a New Ledger.
In fact we have every
thing needed in Book
As theYear 19O3 oa
end I want to thank my many pat
rons for their liberal patronage dur
ing the past year and hope for a
continuation of same.
Remember I am at the same'
stand and am always ready to serve
yon with the very best of Jewelry,
Watches, Toilet Articles and every
thing to be found in a First Class
My business in Optical Goods has
greatly increased also, showing my
knowledge and ability in fitting
Spectacles and Glasses.
New Sterling Silver just received;
new ideas and new goods, also
quadruple plated goods, Whiting
Mfg. Co's, Derly Silver Co., Bene
dict & Rodgers.
Yours for a prosperous new year,
N OTICE IS H EREBY GIVEN THAT
the undersigned, composing the
Board of Jury Commissioners of
Newberry County, State of South Caro
lina, will, on the 2nd of February next,
at nine o'clack a. in., in the office of
the Clerk of Court for said County,
openly and publicly draw thirty-six
Jurors, to serve as Petit Jurymen at
the February term of Court of Comn
mon Pleas for Newberry County. be
ginning February 1.5th, 1904, and con
tiuing for one week.
JNO. L. EPPS,
W. W. CROMER,
JNO. C. GOGGANS,
Clerk of Court.
We have just received
an assortment of
Bridles, etc., etc.
We are headquarters for
low prices for these arti
cles. Call and see our
stock before you buy
Newberry Hardware Co.
F. A. SCHUMPERT,
Sec'y & Treas.
Opium Whiskey and
All Drug Habits
Cured Without Pain at
THE BEST OF SANATORIAM FA
CILITIES IF DESIRED
If you are addicted to these habits you
think you will qut it. You wont; you
can't unaided; but you can be cured and
restored to .our former health and vigor
without pain or the loss of an hour from
our business at a moderate cost. The
medicine builds up your health, restores
your nervous system to its normal con
dition; you feel like a different person
from the beginning of treatment, LEAV
ING OFF THE OPIATES AFTER
TBE FIRST DOSE. You will soon be
satisfied in your own mind that you will
Mr. T. M Brown, of DeQueen, Ark.,
says: "Over seven years ago I was cured
of opium habit by your medicine, and
have continued in the very best of health
Dr W. M. Tunstall. of Lovingston, Va.,
says: "I am glad to say that I firmly
believe that I am entirely and perr' -
nently cured of the Drink Habit,
have never even so much as wante ,
drink in any form since I took your
eradicator, row -ighteen months ago. It
was the b-st dollar I ever invested.
Mrs. Virginia To -nsend. of Shreve
port. La, writes: "No more opium I
have taken no other remedy than yours
nd I make r.o mistake when I say that
my health is better now than it ever was
in'my life, and I owe it to you and your
remedy. It has been twelve years sine
I was cured by your treatment."
For full parti~culars address, Dr. B. M1.
Woolley. 30r Lowndes Bldg., Atlanta,
Ga., who will send you his book on these
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