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SYMPTOMS OF HYDROPHOBIA.
Watch The Eye and not the Mouth of
a Dog for Warning.
As dogs do no, perspire. the onl,
relief they seem to get when over
heated is from inhaling cool air
through their wide open mouths in
short. puffy breaths. The friction
between tongue and lips, caused by
their iapid, laborious breathing, pro
duces sIiva. which is sometimes ig
norantlv diagnosed as foam, one of
the symptoms of hydrophobia. Many
innocent victims have lost their lives
on account of such stupidity.
If your dog should feel ill, sick wit\h
some ordinary ailment, he will wag
wecome to you with a sad, pitiful
expression, looking up inquiringly, as
if asking for help and relief.
If it has come to the worst and he
feels by instinct the germs of the
dreaded disease in his frame, his ac
tion will be entirely differen*. You
wlil find him with low bent head.,
withholding his usual glad welcome,
hardy noticing or glancing at you.
If your eve meet his the restless, ner
vous, strange expression will startle
The dog. feeling his doom, is con
scious of approaching danger, and
would like to prepare and warn you.
These unmistakable and easily rec
ognized signs should be watched
closely and always heeded. Corner
the dog at once, and with. The help
of a broom or a barn fork, keep him
at a safe distance until locked up.
The Cases Of Two Women.
St. Louis Star.
Six months ago there was on trial
for her life, in the courts of the me
tropolis. one Nan Patterson. The
lawycrs of the country. the criminol
ogis s of the coun'try and tie news
paper readers of thec ountry were
greatly interested in her fate. She
was an actress. She had fine dresses
and fine living. She had friends with
money and "pull." She was on trial
for killing a married man, whom she
took away from his wife. She made
no pretense of her betrayed inno
cence. She had lived a very gay life,
and since her release has returned to
the champagne, betting and other
loosenesses of 'the comon race track.
She never for a moment 4,eserved
any public support or even sympa
thy. Her conduct since her release
proves that she was Ceasar Young's
merely for what there was in it for
her-dresses, diamonds, money. ex
citment of the betting ring, wines,
dinners and other concomitants of
the sporting life.
Today in a cell of the Tombs is
another young woman charged with
murder. She is Bertha Claiche. She
ia mere girl from France. She has
no friends or money. She is poor in
every~ respect. The fellow who be
trayed her brought her to New York
and made a woman of the street of
her. Upon her shameful calling he
.ved at fine hotels and provided
him-self with money to bet on the
races. WVhen she brought from the
street to him no more than $10, he
cursed and abused her. WVhen she
brought no more than $3, he cursed
her. slapped her and made her hurry
back to the street. One time. when
.he brought him nothing. he beat
her most brutally and threatened
her life. She was afraid. Home.
mother, country and honor she had
yielded up to him. She now was
afraid for her life. She got a pistol,
and, while he was threatening her
life, shot him dead.
The law prounces upon this young
woman and will take her life, if it
can. That same Law was blind to
her slavery and dishonor. The well
dressed, well-fed race track cur in
man's clothes, who drove her out into
the street to sell herself, over and
over again, might continue his li
centious mastrery over this girl a
hundred years before that same Law
would think of pouncing on him.
Nan Patterson knew what she was
about wvhen sne came between Mrs.
Young and her husband. and she lived
on Caesar Young's money.
Bertha Claiche was betrayed, forced
into sin, and upon her sin lived a
dirty beast, in ridding the country
of whom the grl performed a bene
ficial p>ublic act.
Nan Pattrerson, undeserving, had
money, friends, public sympathy and
the attention and sympathy of most
of the nation's newspapers.
Shall Bertha Claiche, betrayed and
enslaved, have none .of these in her
hours of torture and trial?
The Hon. Henry St. George Tuck
er, dean of the School of Law and
Diplomacy of George Washington
university, Washington. D . C., has
been elected president of the James
Webb Jay, of Cleveland, was prob
ably fatally injured in an automo
bile accdent at Buffalo, N. Y.. Fri
day, while in a ten-mile race. Webb
was going at ther ate of a mile a
minute when the accident occurred.
R. H. Davidson, a building contrac
or. is missing in Chicago. and it ;
hought that he has met his death at
the hands of the Union laborers'
It is reported that "Hana, the Ha
waian wife of Kailua, a Chinese, gave
birth to one child on last Thursday.
two on Sunday. one on Monday, two
on Tuesday morning and one Tues
day night. All are dead."
Walter P. Kraft. -transfer clerk for
the Equitable Trust company of
Chicago, Ill., is missing and it is said
that he has about $200,ooo of the com
pany's money wth him.
Warning to Mothers.
Too much care cannot be used with
;mall enildren during the hot weather
f the summer months to guard against
bowel troubles. As a rule it is only
ecessary to give the child a dose of
astor oil to correct any disorder of
the bowels. Do not use any substitute,
but give the old-fashioned castor oil,
and see that it is fre-h, as rancid oil
auseates and has a tendency to gripe.
f this does not check the bowels give
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy and then a dose of castor
il, and the disease may be checked in
ts incipiency and all danger avoided.
he ;castor oil and this remedy should
be procured at once and kept ready for
instant use as soon as the first indica
ion of any bowel trouble appears.
rhis is the most successful treatment
known and may be relied upon with
implicit confidence even in cases of
3holera infantum. For sale by Smith
Drug Co , Pelham & Son, W. G. Mayes
and Prosperity Drug Co.
Has Been There Himself.
if Hon. John L. McLaurin should
be sent to China to argue with the
Chinese over the boycolt of American
goods he would be -able to tell them
iow it feels to be boycotted. His ex
perience .in Spartanburg last Saturday
brought the matter home to him in
a very pointed way.
othing on the Market Equal to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
This fact is well known to druggists
everywhere, and :nine out of ten
will give their customers this prepara
ion when the best is asked for. Mr.
Obe Witmer, a prominent drnggist of
Joplin, Mo., in a circular to his custo
mers, says: "There is nothing on the
market in the way of patent medicine
which equals Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel
complaints. We sell and recommend'
this preparation." For sale by Smith
Drug Co.. Pelham & Son. W. G. Mayes
and Prosperity Drug Co.
Of dressing lumber anywhere in the
county. WVill go to anybody's place
of business for 20,000 feet to dress,
and will go anywhere in the sta:e
for roo,ooo feet to dress. WVill dress
for 5 cents if party will furnish en
gine and labor; or for 25 cents and
furnish everything. Will do good
work, if not cut price.
P. R.HALLM AN,
Newberry, S. C.
Your Watches, Clocks
and Jewelry to be re
J. W. W HIT E.
Dr Woin!ey users of morphine,
PAINL ESS O"ft"UI, laudanm,
lrebo of par.c
IP MUcaine or whiskey, a
FEHIEWEtieulars on home or
AND IaBen e WOLE,
One seldom realizes that he is
wrong until he is f.-und out.
There is more or less envy in tle
make-up of every man and woman I
-uaasa.iog ;Dlqnoj OARJO
It needs but little foresight, to tell,
hat when your stomach and liver are
badly affected, grave trouble is ahead,
inless you take the proper medicine for
7our disease, as Mrs. John A. Young, of
,lay, N. Y., did. She says: "I had
,euralgia of the liver and stomach, my ,
eart was weakened, and I could not
?at. I was very bad for a long time,
but in Electric Bitters, I found just
what I needed, for they quickly relieved I
ind cured me." Best medicine for
x-eak women.:Sold under guarantee byl(
W. E. Pelham & Son, Druggists, at 50c. 1
It's mighty funny how a girl never
rrows a wisdom tooth till she is in
ove and a temper till she is married.
ire instantly relieved, and perfectly I
2ealed, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. C.
Rivenbark, Jr., of Norfolk.Va., writes: t
'I burnt my knee dreadfully; that it
listered all over. Bucklen's Arnica
Salve stopped the pain, and healed it
without a scar " Also heals all wounds
nd sores. 25c at W. E. Pelham &
The moner a married man has to
put into necessary things would buy
a bachelor more luxuries than he
'new what to do with.
Poisons in Food.
Perhaps you don't realize that many
,ain poisons originate in your food, but
some day you may feel a twinge of
3yspepsia that will convince you. Dr.
King's New Life Pills are guaranteed
:o cure all sickness due to poisons of
indigested food-or money back. 25c
it W. E. Pelham & Son's drug store.
Those angels men marry soon shed
The bilious and dyspeptic are con
3tant sufferers and appeal to our sym
pathies. There is not one of them,
bowover, who may not be brought
back to health and happiness by the
use of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. These tablets invig
)rate the stomach and liver and
;trengthen the digestion. They also
regulate the bowels. For sale by
Smith Drug Co., Pelham & Son, W. G.
Mayes and Prosperity Drug Co.
What makes a g<
made with the highe
fence put into its p
as they put into their
wire cloth? Neithe
years' experience ha
The American Steel
is used, beginning wi
steel and wire mills
to use for a fence.
We also have on hand a
of Hardware in the city
W.hen a man is nice to his own
ister it is a sign that he does it so
he will help t-- make s-me other girl
lice to him.
Sick headache results from a di:or
lered condition of the stomach and is
[uickly cured by Chamberlain's Stom
Lch and Liver Tablets. For sale by
smith Drug Co., Pelham & Son, W.
T. Mayes and Prosperity Drug Co.
A woman in love is sentimental: a
nan in love is silly.
A little forethought may save you no
nd of trouble. Anyone who makes it
rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic,
,holera and Diarrhoea Remedy at
iand knows this to be a fact. For sale
,y Smith Drug Co., Pelham & Son. W.
1. Mayes and Prosperity Drug Co.
A cynic is a man who has no earth
y use for children.
A few counterfeiters have lately been
naking and trying to sell imitations of
)r. King's New Discovery for Consump
ion, Coughs and Colds, and other medi
ines, thereby defrauding the public.
his is to warn you to beware of such
>eople, who seek to profit, through
tealing the reputation of remedies
vhich have been successfully curing
lisease, for over 33 years. A sure pro
ection, to you, is our name on the
vrapper. Look for it, on all Dr. King's,
)r Bucklen's remedies, as all others
tre mere imitations. H. E. BUCKLEN
Co., Chicago, Ill., and Windsor, Can
000 BANK DEPOSIT
$5, U' Railroad Fare Paid. 500
FREE Courses Offered.
Board at Cost. Write Quick
eEORGIA-ALABAMA BUSINESS COLLEGE,Macon..'
You want the BEST. We have
EXACTLY what you want. Don't
wait to feel exactly ready. We can
MAKE you able. Our prices are
LOW- -our terms are EASY.
Write us at once for catalogues,
prices and terms. Address
Malone's Music House,
Columbia, S. C.
>od fence? Should it
st carbon the same as I
~ano wire ? Or shoul
weaving wire that is s
r-it should be a nm
shown to be exactly
& Wire Co. makes<
~h its own mines, throul
and th y know what i
[rust their judgment
Should a got
-we believe in i
- . flexible, yielding
- and snapping bac
.is its life. A
is more dural
t all times the largest a
at the lowest price for ri
ARE GOLD FIELDS
to the farmer who under
stands how to feed his
crops. Fertilizers for Corn
must contain at least 7
per cent. actual
Send for our books-they
tell why Potash is as necessary
to plant life as sun and rain;
sent free, if you ask. Write
UERMAN KALI WORKS
New York-93 Nassau Sreet, or
B Atina, Ga- 2Y, South Brd St.
For Sale by
C. H. CANNON.
In tea and coffee sets, both ster
ling silver and plated ware. Te de
and desirable with each passing year
and our grandmothers' eyes would
twinkle with amazement at the dis
play to be seen here.
have wire hard as flint
he makers of American
d it be a soft wire such
old to manufacturers of
dium wire that many
right for the purpose.
~very kind of wire that
~h its own furnaces and
sthe right kind of steel
d fence have a rigid stay? No
e hinged joint that is strong,
to pressure like a spring bed
k again to its place. Flexibility
neumatic tire on a bicycle
le than a solid tire for this
n fence is made of large wires
ized and proof against weather.
nd best assorted stock