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THE NEW NERVE TONIC
AND KIDNEY CURE.
Cleanses the Kidneys and Bladder, purifies the
Blood. Puts Flesh on thin people. Strengthens
the Nerves. Clears the Brain. Cures Nervous
Debility, Insomnia, Failing Memory. Restores
the Vim, Vigor, Vitality and Strength of Youth,
in both weak Men and Women.
This New Remody works like Magic, but Is ab
solutely harmless. Weigh yourself before taking.
Price, 50 cts. !2 boxes, $5.00, by mall.
We will cheerfully refund the money if you are
Dot benefitted. Try it and be convinced.
A JAPANESE HERO.
One Example of the Spirit That Is
Actuati,ng the Soldiers of
Sanko Takano ,sergeant major,
special duty, belonging to the Sec
ond company, Second cavalry regi
ment, Second division. On a dark
night in early April, soon after his
regiment had reached the Yalu
river, he and Lance Corporal Shin
obu Wantanabe were sent out with
a third man to ascertain the width
and depth of the main stream of the
river where it flows between two
large islands opposite Wiju. They
crossed the first channel in a boat
which the sergeant major and the
corporal left on the first island in
charge of the third man. Then the
two, worked across the island to the
main stream. The Russians occu
pied a little village on the opposite
side, directly across from the place
where Takpno and Watanabe struck
the river. Takano saw that it would
be very dificult to get across with
out attracting their attention. Ice
was rrnning in the river, and the wa
ter was bitterly cold. Takano
thought that if he tried to swim he I
would surely arouse the Russians.
So he determined to walk across on
the bottom of the river, rising oc
casionally for breath. They had a
coil of rope with them. Takanoll
took off his uniform and fastened t
one end of the line to his body.
Then he picked upon a stone to help
him keep on the bottom, and waded .
in, leaving the lance corporal to
hold the rope by which he was to
be dragged back whenever he gave
a signal of two sharp pulls.
Pounded by the ice and chilled to
the marrow by the cold water, Ta
kano struggled on. The water rose
over his head, but the heavy stone
he carried enabled him to keep on
the bottom. Now he could walk a
little faster, for he was free from the
battering ice, but as he neared the
center of the stream the current
grew swifter, until, if it had not been
for the stone he carried, it would
have swept him down. He grew
numb from the cold, and it took all
his strength, stout swimmer as he
was, to rise to the surface and stay
there long enough to breathe. Yet
he dared not drop the weight, for
he knew he could not get down to
the bottom again. So he worked,
with Watanabe paying out the rope,
until he felt the bottom rising and
knew he was beyond the middle of
the stream. Almost senseless, Ta
kano stumbled along, striving to
carry out the letter of his orders and
reach the oposite bank. But not
even Japanese nature could stand2
such a test, and Watanabe, waiting
on the bank, felt the long, steady 1
pull on the rope that told him Taka
no had lost'consciousness. With all
his might the corporal hauled in the
line, and soon had the unconscious
sergeant major out of the 'water.
A brisk rubbing and the contents1
of his flask finally revived Takano,i
who .got into his warm, dry uniform:
again and started back with the cor
poral across the island. But when i
they reached the place wvhere they
had left the boat, it was gone. The
third man, concluding that they had
been captured by the Russians, had
started back. There was nothing
for it but to swim, so in the two men
plunged. The floating ice hammer
ed them and the cold water numbed
them, so that they could not make I
headway against the current and
were carried down the stream. But
fortune had not deserted them, and
they drifted against the boat in
which their comrade was trying to
scull back to shore. He, too, had
been swept down stream by the
swift water and the ice which hin
in, and soon they were landed on
the Wiju side, to be commended by i
the captain for showing the real c
spirit of Yamato Damashii. v
Two Tramps in a Rich Man's Bed. $
New York World. t
Sleeping as if in quarters that be
longed to them, two men, who gave
their names af James Wilson and
Thomas Hilton, were found a few a
days ago in the handsome guest a
chamber of the country - ala of Dr.
George Stewart, of New York, west E
of Islip, L. I. a
The house had been broken into a C1
number of times, and ex-Highway J
Commissioner Jones. the caretaker, w
had been watching the place, but af- N
ter remaining on duty until Wednes
day midnight. he decided that all D
was safe. When the two men were
Found in the guest chamber they
were covered with shotguns and or
dered to dress. Then they were
taken to the office of Justice Young.
who held them to await the action of a
the grand jury. They are believed .
to be members of a gang of tramps h
;aid to have a camp in the woods c
->n the Stewart estate.
"Mamma," asked Johnny, "what
ire you biting your finger nails for?" ki
"Nervousness, dear," said his
nother. "It made me so uneasy to B:
;ee you swallow your grapes A
xhole that I didn'a know what I was ti
Joing. You'll get appendicitis if dc
-ou don't look out." ' b(
A few days later. however, the L
rood dame was taken seriously ill. F:
Her case was diagnosed as appen- V
licitis. An opeiation was perform
d and patient was relieved.
The surgeons discovered that what
lad caused the trouble was the pres- C(
mce of a small piece of finger nail "
n the vermiform appendix. ti,
"It was all your fault. Johnny," r
he said. "This never would have IS
iappened if you hadn't swallowed 01
:hose grapes whole.." C
Secretary Taft and party sailed
rom New Orleans on the cruiser
)olphin for Pensacola where they
Lrrived yesterday. le
Former Queen Liluokalani arrived It
Lt San Francisco from Honolulu Y
If baby's health is dea- to you,D
Then let tre tell you what to do.
Ere pain has racked its tender fram0.
Just let "TEETHINA" ease the same.
"TEETHINA" Allays Irrit.ati:m,. Aids Di-li
~etien. Overcomes and Counteracts the
~ffeets of summer'S, Heat. Regulates the
owels and makes teething easy, and costs only
Consular affairs relating particu
arly to Sweden are managed by the
>oard of trade, and those relating
~specially to Norway by the Nor
weigan Home department. The twL.
ast mentioned bodies co-operate K
ith the minister of foreign affairs m
n promoting the efficiency 'of the ir
Diseases Peculiar to vWomen.
If Acid Iron Mineral is used ac
:ording to directions as an internal
-emedy, or as "A wash," and no ben
~fit follows, after using one 59 cents r4
>ottle write us and we will refund 1
rour money. Sold by Druggists.t
Acid Iron Mineral Co. ic
Columbia, S. C.t
Acid Iron Mineral is not a patent c4
edicine, but a wonderful combina- 0
ion of Health Giving fa;:tors, mined
rom the earth and compounded in the
.aboratory of Nature. It is of such
~reat strength that it only takes a "lit
le to do the work." It cures such or
large percentage of chronic dis
ases after all else has failed, that it t1
as won for itself great fame almost t
rom the first dose. Nothing will t
>uild up the broken down system so ai
uickly and permanently as A. I. M. a
hhy complain and suffer because of s
;ome disease which undermines your cc
1ealth and robs life of its charm caus-b
ng you to lose hope and succumb toG
espair and finally premature death.
et A. M. I. at once. It may suit
your case exactly. It has suited
housands of others. Trade A. M. n
[. mark on every bottle. Sold by tI
Acid Iron Mineral Co. o
Columbi;, S C.
A mail bag captured 'by the Boe
1 1899 has just been recovered.
ontained 47 registered letters,
-hich were about $350 in cash,
umber of postal orders, a draft f<
1,ooo, documents involving a sum
25.ooo. checks, official papers ar
Carelessness is responsible for mar
railway wreck and the same caus<
e making buman wrecks of suffere:
om Throat and Lung troubles. Bi
nee the advent of Dr. King's Ne
iscovery for Consumption, Cougl
id Colds, even the worst cases can ]
ired, and hopeless resignation is i
nger necessary. Mrs. Lois Cragg,
orchester, Mass., is one of mar
hose life was saved by Dr. King
ew Discovery. This great remedy
laranteed for all Throat and Lur
seases by W. E. Pelham & So
ruggist. Price 50c, and $1.00. Tri
tt les free.
A modern church, built upon tl
te of an ancient one at Llanderan
es. had no bell. A farmer offert
ne that was lying in one of i
arns. It turned out to be one th;
ad hung in the tower of the anciei
iurch and had not been ru,g i
Not a Sick Day Since.
"I was taken severely sick wii
dney trouble. I tried all sorts <
edicines, none of which relieved mi
ie day I saw an ad. of your Electr
ttters and determined to try tha
fter taking a few doses I felt r
.ved, and soon thereafter was ei
.ely cured, and have not seen a sic
.y since. Neighbors of mine haN
en cured of Rheumatism, Neuralgi
ver and Kidney troubles and Gener
ability." This is what B. F. Bass,
emont, N. C., writes: Only 50c,
E. Pelham & Son, Druggist.
The presence of moisture in toba<
is, the Lancet believes, of son
iportance to public health. sinc
e combustion of tobacco contain
g a large proportion of moistuI
impeded., while, as the generatic
vapor is increased, so are th
iances of the poisonous princip:
,ing carried into the mouth.
A Runaway Bicycle.
Terminated with an ugly cut on tf
of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grov<
It developed a stubborn ulcer ui
4lding to doctors and remedies f
ur' years. Then Bucklen's Arnic
lye' cured. It's just as good f<
arns, Scalds, Skin Eruptions ar
les. 25c, at W. E. Pelham & Son
Tupman-What's the matter, Wi
Willie (sobbing)-Your go-g<
Tupman-Well, what has he donc
Willie-He h-h-hit me with h-h-h
Doesn't Respect Old Age.
It's shameful when youth fails i
ow p roper respect for old age, bi
st the contrary in the case of D:
ings's New Life Pills. They cut o
aladies no matter how severe at
respective of old age. Dyspepsia
undice, Fever, Constipation all ye
this perfect Pill. 25c, at W
~lham & Son's Drug Store.
Our Rulearable Spot.
One thing in connection with tlh
cent political campaign that grea
pleased our English cousins we
Lat there was no twisting of th
in's tail. We are estopped from
at enlivening pastime by our ri
nt appropriation of a colonial ta
our q,wn to be twisted.
When You Have a Bad Cold.
You want a remedy that will ni
ly give quick relief but effect a pe
You want a remedy that will relies
e lungs and keep expectoration eas:
You want a remedy that will cou1
ract any tendency toward pneumoni
You want a remedy that is pleasai
id safe to take.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy mee
I of these requirements and for ti
eedy and permanent cure of he
Ids stands wlthout a peer. For sa
Smith Drug Co , Pclham & Son, V
Mayes & Prosperity Drug Co.
All persons are hereby warne
>t to trespass upon the lands <
e urdersigned in No. 4 townshipi
iy manner whatever under penali
Geo. F. Abrams.
rs TRESPASS -NOTICE.
All persons are hereby warned not
a to trespass by hunting, fishing or in
>r any manner whatever upon the lands
,f of the undersigned No. 6 township
Ld under penalty of the law.
W. W. Spearman,
W. S. Spearman,
E. L. Longshore.
ly TRESPASS NOTICE.
!s All persons are hereby warned not
s to trespass upon the Floyd place in
W No. 6 township, said place being in
is possession of the undersigned, by
e hunting or in any manner whatever, i
f under the penalty of the law provid
y ed in such cases.
PS H. H. Abrams.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By John C. Wilson, Esquire, Probate
J. WHEREAS John J. Dean hath made
d suit to me, to grant him Letters of
is Administration of th Estate of and ,
tt effects of Rufus M. Dean t
it THESE ARETHEREFORE to cite
n and adomnish all and singular the kin
dred and Creditors of the said Rufus t
M. Dean, deceased, that they be and ,
appear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Newberry on C
h 30th Nov. next after publication
thereof. at ii o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause. if any they have, why
e y a
t. the said Administration should not be
GIVEN under my Hand, this 14 a
,e day of Nov.. Anno Domini 1904. t
J. C. Wilson. t
J. P. N_v. C.
POSITIVE TAX NOTICE.
The time for paying Town Taxes
will expire on November i5th. For
e r5 days after that date the supply or- r
c dinance fixes a ten per cent. penalty a
on all unpaid taxes. Positively there A
e will be nd deviation from the law r
n and the penalty will be added after
e the i5th instant on all unpaid taxes, e
e and after the fifteen days expire with S
the penalty, executions will be placed
in the hands of the Sheriff. This
notice is postive and final.
J. W. EARHARDT,
Mayor of Newberry, S. C.
T. 0. STEWART,
>r C & T.T. C. N.
s STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.-IN
S COMMON PLEAS.
David H. Wheeler, Plaintiff
Richard K. Reeder, James J. Lane
and George S. Mower, Defendants.
By order of the court herein
I will sell before the court house at ~
INewberry, South Carolina, on Sale
day in December, 1904 within the
E legal hours of sale to the highest bid- t
der, all that tract or parcel of land C
iff lying and being in the county and
dstate aforesaid containing One Hun- I
dred and One (io1) acres, more or
., less, and bounded by lands formerly ~
of Mrs. Nancy Speers, J. G. Senn, r
Miss Mary Burton and Bush river, ~
and known as the "Chupp Place."
Terms of sale: one third of the a
purchase money to be paid in cash, a
e the balance on credit of one and e
- two years, with interest from date of a
s~ sale, the credit portion to be secured I
e by the bond of the purchaser and a
n mortgage of the premises sold. Pur- C
chaser to pay for papers.
ilH. H. Rikard,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. a
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY, t
.Court of Common Pleas.
David H. Wheeler, Plaintiff,
1- Carrie D. Shockley et al, Defedants.
it By order of the court herein I will
sell before the court house at New
berry, South Carolina, on Saleday in I
dDecember, within the legal hours of Z
lsale, to the highest bidder, the fol
-lowing lot or parcel of land lying and
being in or near the village of Hele- ~
nia. county and state aforesaid, con
taining Seventy-Three One-Hun
d dlredths (73-100) or an acre, boundedt
on the south by College street which ~
n separates it from a lot of Mrs. Seig- I
y ler, on the wvest by lot formerly of
Carrie D. Shockley, on the north by
lot formerly of Brancie 0. Holman,
Terms of sale: One half cash, the
>alance to be paid in one year with
nterest from day of sale, the credit
ortion to be secured by bond of the
urchaser and a mortgage of the
'remises sold, with leave to the pur
haser to anticipate credit portion in
vhole or in part, the purchaser to
urther secure the credit portion by
nsuring the residence on said lot
.id assigning the policy to the mas
H. H. Rikard,
dfaster's Office, Nov. 10, 19041
;TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.-IN
"he National Bank of Newberry,
South Carolina, Plaintiff,
Lewit Duckett, Nancy Duckett and
Jno. T. Duncan, Defendants.
By order of the Court herein, I
ill sell to the nighest bidder, before
he Court House at Newberry, South
:arolina. on Salesday in December,
904. within the legal hours of sale,
he following described property, to
All that tract of land of the estate
f Lewis Duckett assigned me, situate
ri the County of Newberry. State
foresaid, containing One Hundred
nd Fifteen Acres, more of less, and
ounded by lands of Dr. R. C. Car
sle. J. C. Hargrove, Odell Duncan
nd others; also all my right and in
crest in that tract of land of the es
ate of Lewis Duckett assigned to
ancy Duckett, containing One Hun
red and Forty-five Acres, more or
ss, and bounded by lands of Odell
)uncan. Charity Herriott, Tndian
:reek and lands of T. S. Duncan.
Terms of Sale: One-half of the
urchase money to be paid in cash'
nd the balance in twelve months.
-ith interest from day of sale at the
ate of eight per cent. per annum, to
e secured by a bond of the purchas
r and a mortgage of the premises
old. The purcheser to pay for pa.
ers and recording same. Sold at risk
If former purchaser.
H. H. RIKARD.
Iaster's Office, Nov. 12, 1904.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUXTY OF NEWBERRY.-IN
inne Elizabeth Wicker, Henry Mun
roe Wicker, John P. Wicker,
Sarah E. Folk, Margaret
C. Harmon, Palintiffs,
Amelia M. Wicker, Defendant.
By order of the court herein, I will
ell to the highest bidder, before the
;ourt House at Newberry. S. C., on
alesday in December, 1904, within
he legal hours of sale, the following
escribed property, to wit:
All that tract, piece or parcel of
and containing seventy-three and
bree-fourths acres,same consisting of
wo parcels, one containing sixty
ine and one-half acres, and bounded
'y lands of J. A. Suber, J. P. Wicker,
irs. Margaret Higgins, WV. P. Coe
nd oithers; the other containing four
nd one fourth acres; bound
d by right of way herin
fter mentioned, by Ashford
terry Road and by lands of Mrs.
4argaret Higgins. These two parcels
f land being connected by a road
which is to be used as a right of way
y the parties owning said two tracts.
Also that piece, parcel or planta
ion of land containing ninety-three
cres, more or less, and bounded by
he Ashford Ferry Road. lands of
ohn P. Wicker, lands of Robert
-ominick and lands of Mrs. M. C.
larmon; said two tracts of land be
rig the lands devised to Thomas L.
Vicker by his father. Jacob Wicker,
'y his last will and testament.
Terms of sale: One-third of the
aurchase money to be paid in cash
nd( the balance in one and two years,
eith interest from day of sale at the
ate of eight per cent. per annum, to
se secured by a bond of the purchaser
nid a mortgage of the premises sold,
:are to the purchaser to anticipate
he payment of the balance in whole
r in part. Purchaser to pay for pa
H. H. RIKKRD,