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T"M OUSAN TROUBLM.
WOx and Navy Departments Are Ac
tively Preparing for Eventuali
Washington, Sept. 25.-Fifteen
'hundred American marines were ord
-ered to Cuba today by the navy de
partiient. Five hundred mariies from
1the Atlantic fleet will sail tomorrow
-en the battleship Indiana and Ken
tucky from Provideneetown, Mass.
Iiglit t- iiine liidred uaiiies will
-sail oil ''liisday frioti lBosto, Nor
folk and Philadelphia, mid ti(e ie
vnniiider will probably leave New OI
loans for Habaia (onl a Mr-gan line
-st.llie, sphlediled to leave thelre Sat(
Orders wer.e first issuei fr 1,000
-marines from Ite val-ius Istatioii
:along the Atlantie coist to pr'oceed to
Cuba, but following dispatches from
Seceretary Taft, indiciting that lie has
little hope of a amicable settlement
of the troubles inl Cuba, 500 additional
wnarines from the North AtIntic fleet
*SV"re ins"lruclted toIrear for Culbaln
Illn(additionl 1to thle mar11inles, there
-will be neayl 2.000 more bluejackets
.ent to unh. As thei are ntow 1.200
wnarines in ('uba antd o(ver 3,000 bhie
jackets, when the vessels sailing ar
Wive in Ifabana the United States will
be remly% to land a ftoree of more than
7.000 on ('uban soil. The American
awarships which will sail on Thursday
wvill he the 1)iselr rooklyn. 1nw at
Lea-rnlt ISh,114 na Y'yand. Ilhil delphIIia;.
ilte haItleship Texas. which is being
n-paired Iastily at the Nortfolk navY
yal1. and1lthe c( oliverited crusier. Prai
rie, which is at Bsoston. The Prairie
will ar miarines from111 P(ortsiout,li,
N. 11., BwA.t[n .1114 Newport. Rt. 1.
Taken from Various Stations.
4in tImh I-r14kl1n and Texas will be
n h--n ,inro No.w Ymrk navy yard,
Lew ll k 1,1141 1 41, 'I.1. . c., i yl
Annmpidis. Waishin--tbn. N--;rfolk anid
Charh-st"ln. The Morw.anil liner will
-1rrY t-'eiinvila :notl New Iilian- ma
Seceta y HI)IIt is rt n I -,t this
(otunty fr41m C (iilhia. will he avail
-able 'or the 1ranlsprmi't1tfi i I' tro1ps
ilmletliately af,ei his transfer to a
-Mawler ship at tile mith of the
Both naval and ar-my officeirs seei
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CROWD CHASE AFRICAN PYGMY
Rev. Verner's Couriosity Caused
Trouble in New York
Clumiilbial. Sept. 25--IDri. Phillips
Vtr's1l Afican' 31pygmiy, wh33ichl lhe r'e
-c.ently broughit oiver to t his 'ounit ry
and wich it is annIoilneed is to b)e.
pl acetd in a school inl NorthI Carolina,
RCeems1 to be hiavingr some fun in New
York. It is to1 be hoped that Ota
Benga, the little pygmy, will come to
Columbia with D)r. Verner, though
from the following story in the New
York Times it is not certain Wtat it
is particularly desirable t.hat he bring
'his '"bow and arrow" with him. Says
athe New York Times:
4'Ota Benga, the South African
pygmy, who has' recently been a thorn
iin the side of Ciuator Hornaday of
the Zoological park in the Bronx, had
.a battle yesterday with an east side
'crowdl which had invaded tihe Bronx
park. "Benga was armed with his bow
andl arrow33.s anud didl not he.sitate 1(o use
them. One of the arows launched by
himi st ruck a pursuer ini the face, and(1
Ab1ings laoked netty sallyttorm the
pygmy when he fled to the monoke3
house. There he was locked in tht
rest of the (lay and last night a
"Since Blenga has been pretty muel
at liberty he has spent much timi
roaming about the park. Always he
carried his bow and arrows, and when
ever opportunity offered lie took v
shot at the squirrels. This practie(
has disturbed thle keepers, but th
py,uly has persisted.
"Yesterdaiy Ie had gone some dis
I11inee i t h lie wools weli lie ecouit
e(1d lie crowd. Tie pygmy interest
ed11 ihe visitors, wlo pressed so close.
ly about him that they aroused his
aIIeI. Ife tireatened with his h1ow1
iand arrows, and wiein tle threats did
1141t sevi'. looseied l a aarrow. Thi.
in-w weiit wide, but the Crowd --rcW
i*rV alld pressed itreateiingly
Henga made up his mind it was
time to seek safety, and lie made for
the mioini:ey house in a hurry with
perhaps a seore of ien at his heels.
As lie reaelied the house his pursuers
were close belind him, and lie fired a
pa rt i tg shot. The arrow struck a red
headed man who at once set i) a howl
fmr vengeance. Benga was game. He
wIas aboutit to let fly aiolher arrow
wlin a keeper piulled iii inside the
m11ontkey house and shut the door. Then
the door wais locked.'
POULTRY ON THE FARM.
A Money Bringer, With Cheap Feed
and Little Labor.
N. A. King inl Pontry Advocate.
Vhv is it tliat the farmers of today.
witi their cheap feed and labor. do
n1t spedl more tifie and pait liece
with) their volr ? 1 w"I'der, if it i.4
hean1.e lie t hinks th le lit tile lien be
neath his ntotie. I l that is so let tme
d1i Iel lat I nllti-on with a (IIp It1 itt iol
tI h In I .11"; ''e t h r. I Ider the
Il i n-I if . h'li Valuie if. lie Il.,
I : '. -i I. honel its (11 nunaIti
kl. lit riliult -of thile prolific pr dnl40,1e
i. n i ' 0 i.nlrivail liei. was p1i1I)Iish1
Fits be,anI wit h1 t lie statemtientt t lint
mrire n11"Frt-bates uald 1een relilivel
'ro-in i ils th rnu,iv_iwit tlie comintrv as
Ille resilt t the e refill 11.iaua .ile lnI
4 iolill Iv t!!Ill ha" l4 ever beel li fte(l
by hoiw_s mr (11rn. \hevthtler t his he
iir tiul nt , I1, . it is4 at prese t
il l -Il 1 it d I'a t1 I int tiv Ee brian
wt'll i0n !ncv, -,vvr 2-A) millim d\ l lar
ur or . - p' 1 u r. an.mdwre. thlan
Ill i ll1.rlo l . 11 -Y. W hI 1 1e
Where you find Shield
it is a safe place to tr
they are sold by relial
everywhere. Be sure
Kiser 's King .$i
for men, and you will
money's worth. Ma'
styles and all thep
Leathers, Patent Colt
Gun Metal, Box Calf,
Mf. C. Kiser Compa
We take this metho
aandsome new Store, r
:he public generally, to
We have given you
Whether you come
We specially invite th
We thank all of a
well as all new Custor
No order will be too lar
term ien is used iii this Connjection
it ieants the egg-producing power of it
all kinds of domestip fowls, including It
ducks, geese and turkeys and their %v
product sold for food in the market.
The dairy products of the country is
credited with 650 millions of dollars
per annmn. If there might be added
to tie previous figures about the S
Aill(icIIn lien ill the poultry of all 0
kitids aid their eggs that are prodlue- p
ed upon small town and villiage lots, It
tIle actuail production would comle T
very close to the dairy branch of our
The govern iten it tells us the poul- n
try business of the United States pays
400 rer cent, profit pet year. and In t<
spite of all this a farmer will work S
from iorninig uintil night in the fields
14) uniin a livelhool where if lie would
se1d one-half the time with hhs ff
chiekenis that lie does with his cattle, f
lie would be far better off at the
etid of the year. le will speid half
a night fussing over a sick calf or pig
that if when sold lie would raise the
same amount of fowls profits would F
be double. fl
It seeis the cold storage people are W
goilg to foriii i trust with the Amer- p
ivani heii. even if they did lose some e
several millions of dollars last wiE
One iewspaper, the Cleveland Lead
er I helieve discredits it. Among
other thinurs this paper says. "Hen w
the Foe of Trust Methods.'
"No fear of corner of produve mar
ket. say coininission merchants here.
SSupply toll lgreat and too general to
perillit llmrer. Ou
"Clevelanders need never fear that sii
the en& and butter market will be M4
corn1eredI(,(. Thiere isn,'t miny enoughW
ill te banlks and fiaillcial institutionS 25
of.1 Anrica t" ha, k a trulst whill ch t
WIld corner the ipruce i iarket."
"'lhe will never oFe a trust ill e's
hev:r.se ini twa alone $2,000,000 l'
with 1f s' are sold annalalY. Inl to
Ohi, the reco-rd is aliot ais neat.
while Iflive oir six other States Comeic
Woimei fihink their hair would be a aft
It tmore ly it ther was ltess of it. an
Frn nigos(.h1e, I wold hie a lot ow
of funl r' Ir a boy if gettillg Cau!rht do- co
iinr it meant lie would be whaled by fr<
his rather-New York Press. if
Ment value character. women repu- cot
It mak1 les a4 ice ..ir Iaw ~ fuil indli znant At
tt smIilte at aI non11 slhe does't knowv. 50<
ade, because "
ti mer6chanits m
bo ask for e
Sy tyle 875.
d of announcing to the pE
ext door to the Newberra
call to see us there.
n.ow one of the most Up
to buy or not you are cor
e ladie's to call albo, as w
ur customers for their p~
ners that wd GUARANTE
ge for Us to execute and
Much of a woman 's cheerfulness
my be due to the fact that she knows
ow to work a dimple for all it is
A Healing Gospel.
The Rev. J C. Warren, pastor of
haron Baptist Church, Belair, Ga,
iys of Electric Bitters: It cured me
f lame back, stiff joints, and a com
lete physical collapse I was so weak
took me half an hour to walk a mile
wo bottles of Electric Bitters have
iade me so strong. I have just walked
iree miles in 50 minutes at d feel like
alking three more It's made a new
ian of me.' Greatest remedy for
eakness and all Stomach Liver and
idney complaints. Sold under guran
e at W. E. Pelham & Son's Drug
tore. Price soc.
It is an easy matter to pucker your
tce, but all the genuine smiles and
owns come from the heart.
Chas. W. Moore a machinist, of
Drd City, Pa., had his hand fright
illy burned in an electrical furnace.
e applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve
ith the usual result: "a quick and
)rfect cure." Greatest healer on
irth for Burns, Wounds, Sores,
azema and Piles. 25c. at W. E. Pel
im & Son, Druggist
There is no joke so flat as the one
>u were going to spring on a man
ho got busy and sprung it on you.
He Was In Trouble.
"I was in trouble, but found a way
t of it, and I'm a happy man again,
ice Dr. King's New Life Pills cured
a of chronic constipation," says E.
Goodloe, 107 St. Louis St., Dallas,
x. Guaranteed satisfactory. Price
cents at W. E. Pelham & Son's drug
A ?,irl must either marry an ordi
ry man or else remain a spinster
the purpose of cherishing an ideal.
Luckiest Man in Arkansas.
"I'm the luckiest man in Arkansas,'
ites H L. Stanley, of Bruno, "since
restoratiou of my wife's nealth
er five years of continuous coughing
I bleeding from the lungs; and 1'
e my good fortune to the world's
atest medicine, Dr. King's New DiR
rery for Consumption, which I know
m experience will cure consumption
aken in time. My wife improved
.h first bottle and twelve bottles
npleted the cure." Cures the worst
ighs and colds or money refunded.
W. E. Pelham & Son's druggist.
and $1.00 Trial bottle free.
Adam No Bachelor. .
Ai told friend writes: "Adam was
bachelor. Adam was a twin. In
first chapter of Genesis read:
iid created man in his own image,
hlie 11e d (.alted he him;
.p rn I em)alIe r eated Ile t hem.
id (odl blessed them, and God said
to them, Be faithfful and multiply.
**And the evening and the.
rning were the sixth (lay.' Of
'mrse what appears in the next chap
is another story.?'-New York
J. W. WHITE.
ople of the county ani
H otel, and we cordial
to-date Hardware Sto
dially invited to call ai
a have many things th
ist patronage, and we
:E SATISFACTION to
none too small to hav4
Why should you not
No one will sell you I
at a lower price than
No one will treat
squarer or better thai
No one is more willi
to help and to fav
No one will fill and <
orders With more
or -pleasure than
We are not the onl
in business but all wl
us will tell you that ti
on earth to trade is E
IF SO CALL ON CEO. E
Where you can have yur wa
nice fresh goods in the Groc
GEO. D. DAVI
We Meon Di
Best Stoves Ofm
AND BEST F
Werts & S
i city of Newberry that we a
ly invite all of our friends an
res in South Carolina, or the
my way and make our store yo
at will interest them.
solicit a continuance of it, an
every one in every transactio
our,best and most cai eful at
ng and able
or you than
io trade with
ie best place
.nts supplied with
ery line such as
re installed in our
d customers, and
United States, for
dassure them as
n, small or large,