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A Golden Rule
Be ood to vour land and your crop
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New York-93 Nassa St.
Small Savings are the Stepping
Stones to success and plenty
$1.00 a month deposited in our
Will in 10 years amount to $ 146 0
$5.00 will in 10 years
amount to - - - - $ 730 00
$10.00 will in 10 years
amount to - - - -'$1460 00
We want your business.
Have ample failities to
accommodate our cus
The Commercial Bank
of Newhery, S. C.
'C. H. CANNON,
Near C., N. & L. Depot.
For Sale by
C. H. CANNON.
Washington, Oregon, Nebraska,
Nevada, Idaho, Wyomning, Colo
rado, Utah, New Mexico, and
Arizona.... . ... .. ..
Tickets on sale from Sept. 15to Nov. 20.
THE I.LINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
offers choice of routes. Free Reclin
ing Chair Cars. No transfers. Fast
time. Don'ble track
For full mnformation, Circulars, Rates
and Tickets apply to
FRED D MILLER,
Trav. Pass. Agt., Ill. Central R. R.,
anyten n a ugeth an deCion ema
gsecial notic, without charge. in the
$uatitOuaysetifle joricTrs a.
year: four months. $1. so1$ by all newadealers.
MICE AS VOCALISTS.
Pair of Strange Songsters Purchased
For $35o and Will be Exhibited
at World's Fair.
Thlree hundred ani ifty iila
wa' the price paid by J. \V. Green
nell f*r a pair ofmice. difiering~ in no
respect from the comm n housn,1 e mt1ice.
except tha: tey p. 1e the faculty
-iu,ingIng Ike a bird. Mr. Greenw!il
h,i:ght the mice ha .t Mc-nday fr,-m
.\Mis- Fl*ssie Whart.n. the pr(-prie
tf a h.-arinig h.ue at Macxi.
len..\ wh1 caZogit the nice in he:
pan:rV. The n-tC !i the mice.
wh I are alm : ct indi st ind. t1gui .1ablie
0r.. tho'se ..! a bi;rd are wonderfly
-:arie.i. resembing~ at time' th:.,e 4f
a canary and at other timew a variety
of other birds. Tihey zing :.)r hit*urs
at a :ime. aId -eemiiingly delight in
For several weeks before she cap
tured the mice Miss Wharton heard
them singing in the wall of the pantry
of her house. and finally determined
to set a trap and endeavor to catch
them. She succeeded in catching the
mice and put them in a bird cage.
They continued to sing in captivity.
Since she captured the mice their
extraordinary singing has been de
scribed in the papers of this and
other sections of the country. People
however, as might have been expect
ed. were incredulous regarding the
stories that were told. of the mice.
Whether these stories were fictions
or not the people of Nashville ha.-e
an opportunity of ascertaining for
themselves, as the mice will be put on
exhibition today at Demoville's drug
store. Mr. Greenwell bought the
mice for the purpose of exhibiting them
'at the World's Fair at St. Louis.
where he expects to charge admission
to hear them. In this way he hopes
to make many times as much as the
mice cost. As the mice only sing at
irregular intervals. and it is impossi
ble to predict with any certainty
when they will begin. exhibitions will
not be given at any previously specii
ed time, but whenever the mice sing.
It is Mr. Greenwell's. opinion that the
mice sing best after fasting for a
long time, and better in a cold than
in a warm atmosphere.
New Idea Woman's Magazine..
Prominent features of the May
number of the New Era Woman's
Magazine are' adapted to that month.
"How to Grow Pansies" and "TI-e
Ctltivation of the Strawberry" will
appeal to those who are interested
a protest against the wholesale de
struction of the feathered warblerh.
and presents the subject in a way that
reproaches the vanity of woman.
"When House-cleaning Time is
I Here" will suggest many new ideas
for the saving of the housewife's
s trength. and in Fashion's realm
there isa whole gallery of new
nodels that will attract the home
dress-maker. In fact, the table of
contents both invites and satisnies.
Ev'ery commtunity has those who
are inordinately proutd of being htum
'I have ulsed Chamberlain's Stonm
ach and Liver Tablets with most sat
isfactory results," says Mrs. F. L.
Phelps. Houston. Texas. For indiges
tion, biliousness and constipation
these tablets are most excellent. Sold
by Smith Drtig Co., Newberry. S. C.,
Prosperity. Drug Co., Prosperity. S.
Your neighbor's chickens. are al
ways the worst scratchers.
Proper Treatment of Pneumo ia.
Pneumonia is- too dangerous disease
for any one to attempt to doctor him
self, although he may have the proper
remedies at hand. A physician should
alway's be called. It shotuld be borne
in mind. howvever. -that Pneumonia
always results from a cold or from an
attack of the grip, and that by giving
Chamberlain's Cotugh Remedy the
threatened tatack of pneumonia may
be warded off. This remedy is also
n,ed by phy-sicians in the treatment of
tnemlonia with the best resnlts. D)r.
W\. 1. Smith. of Sanders. Ala.. whi, is
alS * a drtuggist says of it : "I have
been selling Chamberlain's Cot'gh
Remedy andl prescribing it in my prae
tiee for the p)ast six years. I tuse it
tn case.s of pnieumonia and hav'e al
ways gotteni the beCSt resutlts." Sold
by Stmith D rug Co., Newvberry. S. C.
Pro'sperity Drttg Co.. Prosperity. S.
This troublesome disease,
as we all know, is caused by im
pure blood. Impure blood is more
often than btherwise the result of a
torpid liver and inactivity of the di
gestive organs. Get and keep your
digestive organs in gcod running
orderand the blood will purify itself
- then Rheumatism disappears.
There is no treatment or remedy
more effective in the relief and per
mianent cure of all ailments arising
from a sluggish liver, like Rheuma
tism, Indigestion, Headaches, kidney
troubles, Nervousness, etc., than
It is not a Patent Medicine, but a
pure vegetable preparation. extract
ed from the bark of a specially
grown species of the Hydrangea
plant and is compounded by chem
ists of long experience.
Try a bottle. If found not all claimed
for it. return to the druggist and get your
money back, or if you cannot spare 5o cents
fora ttle, write usand we will send you a
supply with our compliments. Weare deter
mined everybody shall try "Seven Barks."
LYMAN BROWN. New York City.
Mages' Drug Store
A bore is a fell%w who d-esn't
kniw when it is time t. change and
smoke another brand.
The government makes enugh
money on the oie cent pieces made
to pay the entire expense' .f the
Serious Stomach Trouble Cured.
I was triibled .wha (li?tre,s in
mv stomach. .sOu.r ,,,*machi atnd v. Iit
ing spells. and can truthifnflv say tha.t
Chamberlain': St(imach and Liver
Tablets cured me.--.lrs. 1'. V. \Vil
liams. Laingsburg. Mich. These tab
lets are guaranteed to cure every case
of stomach trouble of this character.
For sale by Smith 1)rug Co.. Newber
ry. S. C., Prosperity Drug Co.. Pros
perity. S. C.
A woman may drive her husband
to drink. but she can't drive him to
Saves Two From Death.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis.' writes Mrs. W. K. Havil
land. of Armonk. N. Y.. "but when
all other remedies failed. we saved
her life with Dr. King's New Discov
ery. Our neice. who had consump
tion in an advanced stage. also used
this wonderful medicine and today is
perfectly well." Desperate throat and
ting diseases yield to Dr. King's
New Discovery' as to no other med-f
icine on earth. Infallible for coughs
:mdl colds. Soc and $m.oo bottles gumar
anteed by- \V. E. Pelham & Son.
It's dtlicuilt to induce a politician
tlend himself to any scheme; vot've
got to buy him.
Confession of a Priest.
Rev. Jno. S. Cox. of \Yake. Ark.
writes: "For 12 years I stuffered from~
Yellow Juandice. I consulted a num
ber of physicians and tried all sorts
of me'dicines. bumt got no relief. Then
I began to the useof Electric Bitters
and feel that I am now cured of a;
disease that had me in the grasp forj
twelve y'ears." If you wvant a reliable
medicine for liver and Kidney trou
ble. stomach dlisorder or general debil
ity. get Electric Bitters. It's guaran
teedl by \V. E. Pelham & Son.
Yotu do not have to grov'el in order
to be httmble.
A Favorite Remedy for Babies.
Its pleasing tastes and prompt ctures
have made Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy a favorite with the mothers
of small children. It quickly cures
their coug.hs and colds and p)revents
an datnger of pneumonia or other
ertiinC cnMequnee. It not only
cre- cr up. but w.hent given as -oon
a1- the cr .py ctugh appears wvill pre
vet the itnack.. F .r sale by Smith
Dru C.-.. Ne\wherry.. S. C.. l'respe.rity
"Cui's'ityv in a wvoman is a great.
thng for the htuman species."
\Yhy. every girl is crazy to find
out if maxrriage is really as serious a
THE LOUD TALKER SAYS -
- SIEEPSHE STAKI
THE NEW KIND OF CHEW
THAT WON ENOUGH CHEWERS
IN A YEAR TO MAKE
THE LARGEST COMPETITIVE BRAND
OF SCHNAPPS TOBACCO
iGREEN FRUITS -FINE COFFEES:
* Everything in the Fancy Grocery Line.
:TABLE CONDIMENTS. f
*' EVERYTHING FRESH.:
S. B. JONES.
Clean Work Well Done is
Our Aini and Boast!
We want your Collars, Cuffs and Shirts, and
anything'else that needs to be cleansed. We
know how to do them as they should be, be
cduse we have made a study of the business.
and we have all of the latest appliances that
are used in the most up-to-date plants. A
trial bundle will convince the most critical that
we use only the best materials and sanitary
methods in washing the clothes.
Call and see the way your clothes are han-.