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[( ENTRY BROS. SHOW.
^Famous Doj: and l'ony Circus Will !>
Here Next Tuesday, Afternoon
and > itrlit.
Speaking of Gentry Bros. Far.iou
Do^ and Pony show, which exhibibit
in Newberry next Tuesday, Nov- ..;
ler 4th, the Augusta. Ga., Evenin,
K Herald of October 14ti? says:
nftr "Two capacity audiences witnesses
mm performances of Gentry Iiros. Dog an
Pony show on the lot oposite the 1'nioi
P depot yesterday. In the afternoon tn
' tents were packed with ladies an
children and at night very seat wa
occupied by enthusiastic spectators o
I "Th; show which has always been ;
favorite in Augusta gave the very bes
of satisfaction, and it was indeed re
freshing to .watch the delight of thi
little Jolks, who were in constant ecs
& tacies d? delight.
"No other show that visits August
Vioc? tVia nr>r>n t Ti Ci "Irirllotc" +ViQ
uac iiuxu upvu tuv uiuiV/io mw
this one has and they certainly sho\ve>
B their pleasure at yesterday's perfor
"A very noteworthy and noticeabl
fact is the manner in which the slun
-is conducted. There is not the slight
I est semblance of rowdyism noticeabl
anywhere, and the polite and cour
teous manner in which patrons ar
k treated occasioned much commen
W yesterday afternoon and last night."
r This wonderful -exhibition, which i
so well known and so well liked i:
Newberry will be here on the abov
date, giving two performances at th
I west Main St. grounds.
The show arrives by special trai:
over the C. N. & L. from Columbi
early Tuesday morning. No stree
1 parades will be given during th
Not for Governor, But for Congress
The Columbia correspondent of th
News and Courier for Thursday, in a
A A* _
v interesting wnre-up 01 an en
thusiastic conference of two hundre
Blease leaders in Columbia Wednes
day night says '^Assistant Attorne
General Dominick acted as toast-mas
Fter," at the banquet "and in his in
troductory remarks was given a rous
\ ing reception. The crowd clearl
wanted him to run for governor, an
this was suggested by several speak
ers, but he positively declined, savin
that he was going to be elected to con
gress from the third district."
All parti's are hereby warned nc
to hunt on the lands of the undersign
I- Chas. S. Suber,
I J?'t V '? L.1 VO.J
S. G. Brown,
0. B. Cannon,
Cures Old Seres, Other Remedies Won't Cur;
The worst cases, no matter of how lone standiui
l are cured bv the wonderful, old reliable D
porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieve
| Pain and Heals atthe same time. 25c, 50c, $1.(
\ Schedules Effeetiye June 2nd, 191!
Arrivals and Departures Jiei?berry,
(N. B.?Thee-e schedule figures &r
Bhown as information only and are n<
8:52 a. m. \To. 15, daily from Cc
lumbia to Greenville. Pul/m*
flipping .ar betw^F-D Charlsfeto
11: 3S a. m.?Xo. 18, dail, from Green
ville to Columbia. Arrives Colun
bia 1:?F> p m.. Ausnisia t> tCharleston
?*1R p m
2:52 p. m.?Xo. 17, daily, from Colun:
uib to vrretHivino.
8:57 p. m.?Xo. 16, daily, from Greer
. ille to Columbia. Pullman sle?:
& *nsr car Greenville to CliarloeTc
f Ait* ~?s Charleston 8:15 a. m A*
rivp Savannah 4:IF a., in. J*ct
f fonvill^ S*3ft a to
Four further information cnll o
ticket aeentfl. or "E H CoaprrnTr V 1
& G. M., Washington. D. C: W. I
McGee. A. S P. A., Columbia or J
H. McLeain, D. P. A.. Columbia.
SEABOARD AIR LI>E.
Effective April 27, 1913.
(Subject to Change without Xotice,
No. 4 Lv. Columbia 5.50 a. a
No. IS Lv. Columbia 4.00 p. d
No. 2 Lv. Columbia 6.35 p. n
No. 36 Lv. Columbia 7.45 p. d
No. 19 L^. Columbia 7.00 a. u
No. 1 Lv. Columbia.. ...12.10 p. n
I No. 21 Lv. Columbia 5.00 p. 3
No. 3 Lv. Columbia 12.20 a. u
Trains 1 and 2, Florida-Cuba Specia
Trains 3 and 4. Seaboard Fast Mai
Trains 18 and 36, Hamlet local. Traic
* 19 and 21 Savannah local.
Ticket Office 1225 Main St Phoc
ft 574. C. E. Boisseau, Jr., City Tick<
% Agts., Columbia S. C. J. S. Etchberge
Trav Pass. Ag^nt. C. W. Small, Di'
P%s?. A?t. Savannah, Ga.?Ady.
a I SHOW (
i West Main St
- 26 ANNUA
a j THE WORLD'S GREATEf
e OF THE MOST WIDELY e!
KNOWN SHOW IN AMERICA T
DON'T FORGET THE PATE A
a A PERFORMS
e PRESENTING MORE PER-1
FECTLY TRAINED ANI- <
MALS THAN ANY OTHER | .
| SHOW ON EARTH | 1
> Worth coins any 5
distance to see |f!
- HAVING REPEA
VISITED EVERY LAP
IN THE UNITED !
'' WE ARE NOW PLAYING SOME OF THE
THK K Vftllf* fimrjFMflpi
JL illtJ IfeJ IWiii. V5.VJL*lL'lui 1 V i i
TO SEE A SHOW REALLY WO
~ AT 2 AND S P. M. RAIN C
1 ADMISSION >
- YOU LIVE ACCORDING
* Your physician will tell you that a 1
lazy liv-cr is the most common cause '
of that "run-down" feeling, lack of
energy, constipation, etc. (
Do you want to know how to feel fine 1
always? to be 100 per cent efficient? ]
'* to get back into fighting trim in a few i
hours, and to stay that way? 1
Ask your friend, the druggist, if 1
salts?mineral water?oil and most 1
laxatives affect the Liver? Ask him
| if they stimulate a flow of Bile? He (
will answer?"No"! * 1
l~ Ask him if Bile is nature's great (
antiseptic, if it is needed to cleanse the
l* hravoic ami hlnnd? Ask him if poisons ^
I accumulate in the system whfir the ]
Liver is inactive? He will answer <
;Ask him if Podophyllin is a great
LivEr regulator. He will answer? ]
Ask him why Podophyllin is not of- <
c | tener prescribed, and She will tell
* you its taste is bitter and ic causes
griping and nausea.
Ask him?"Suppose the bitterness, (
griping and nausea of Podophvllin ^
were eliminated without diminishing
\ !+?-. .cffl/ioAv Ti-rmlrt PndnrVhvllm be the
? J ^ ILU^CL\^J y ?rv/V**V? - X'V. w _
ideal laxative and Liver regulator?'' i
J M.MIH II ?II ! ! II I llll Illlll II
0 A SURE REMEDY - >
1 FOR LAZX LITER 1
Q Go to W. G. Mayes For This Safe, Re- J
3 j liable Remedy and Get Your ^
Money Back If It Fails.
0 ! I ;
There are very few remedies that .
' gain the confidence of druggists as
Dodson's Liver Tone does. W. G. :'
Mayes sells it and backs up the sale ,
of every bottl? with the money back .
lf guarantee that the price will be re- ,
^ funded if it fails to give complete satr
Dodson's Liver Tone costs 50 cents ;
a bottle. It-is the safest, aad- best ;
' F'loi"-. 1
^ ^^>.-5^ \j iXr Mtim
:reet Grounds |
L TOiJR OF I
5T TRAINED ANIMAi.
Z> A^D ENDORSED BV
OF THE LAfNU.
IMBaMWMMMWWBWBWMaaMBPWMOQM " '
HE SHOW THAT
XL OTHERS IMITATE ]
I RIGHT UP TO |
* the minute
I ili r^irr T^Tnn I
A.IN Hi V EilN I
SOTTO BE OVERLOOKED
ring the Children
/HO WILL BE GIVEN A
In our beautiful Shetland
onies immediately after
ach afternoon perforrn- I
nee e^* e^'4 M
OLITE AND" '"OEFnTLEMA^Il y 1
TTENDANTS WELL SEE T<> I
HEIR PLEASURE AND PFR- |
T F. D T. Y i W-M iZ'i!
:GE CITY I I
PORMTYj I. i
_ T-? i ? " " ? ?ini ?i ffl
S ? I'i Wiili-ai 5 "raveifng on cjr
??? | own train of Pull- j?
iSDAILY ssLfiisL&s 1
)R SHINE ! 1
4 U*X C run/ Urt I (_ B
- 25 and 35c
3 TO YOUR LIVER
3e will answer enthusiastically? j
'Yes!v , I
Now ihis great object has been accomplished.
Podophyllin as cornDined
in a new formula called "Po- j
DoLax, is pleasant to take, pleasant
n its action, and pleasant in its af- F
pr efferts. PoDoLax goes dir: ctly j A
:o the seat of the trouble, the Liver, i
md releases the dammed up Bile. j
rhis Bile (Natures's own antiseptic). ^
ilranses and disinfects the intestinal ;
:ract, removing the accumulated '
Xo wonder that PoDoLax is every- j
ivhere fast superseding common, j
lalfway laxatives and dangerous j
Calomel. Get a bottle of PoDoLax ,
:oday?.use it immediately at any ]
tim? upon, first symptons of bad
Dreath?coated tongue?dizziness? ]
:oss of appetite?ia.rk of er.ergy?con- ,
Jtipation and inactive liver.
Remember the name PoDoLax?de
-ived from Fodopnyllin, its principal |
ionstituent, and "lax'' indicating its I
axative -effect. i
E. E. Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. I
Sold by P. E. Way, druggist, Newber- f
\v, S. C.
remedy for torpid liver, constipation, j
ailiousness, etc., that has ever been
sold in this city. It takes the place
Df dangerous calomel and does not
I-.. -- ? n Ar\<?a /-if lnrnpl nftpn
laj' ><JU up <3.0 a. uujv. WA. ^ ?
ioes. A bottle in the house is as good
as fifty c?nts in the bank. If you or
your family need a liver tonic you have 1
:he medicine ready. If it fails you get , J
your money back.
Be sure you get Dodson's Liver !.
rone when you ask for it. There are
imitations of it that may disappoint
A Columbia cigar factory makes an i
of 15.000 cigars, both large t
and small a montlk j t
\ 3 I ! '
I or a full i
I lie 11
We Let Others
Claim the leadership
in Dry Goods, etc.,
but when it comes to
Fhe Candy Judges
recognize us as
N.P. MITCHELL &BRO.
A firm that ;has recently moved to'
Columbia from another city of this
State makes custom shirts. It is said
;hat it is the only one of its kind in
wer you need i
cheapest to th
you will find i
)re. Let it be c
dinner seU you
2nd let us show
ne of China
toods for Same
3' BOOK S
1 AAA T
use ui i,wu &
A Plain Business I
Nobody knows how I.
spring, but it's going. If
are fortunate. If you hav
you had planted oats, tfu
buy corn or oats, all grain
anyway that you will wist
! That's why it would pay y
! seed oats, barley, wheat, i
j some of Read's Grain Acce
ornws the pram."
| ? SUMMI
The Southern Railway Announces Low
Trin "FYfMirsinil tO
Greenwood, S. C* Account of Greenwood
County Fair to be Held >'oy- 1
| The Southern Railway will sell ^
I very low round trip tickets to Green- ]
I wood, S. C., on account of the above ,
j occasion. Tickets on sale November <
3rd to 7th, inclusive, with tinai limn
of November Sth. For rates and schedules
apply to local ticket agent, or
address L. D. Robinson, CP&TA, or
S. H. McLean, D. P. A., Columbia, S.
For Weakness and Loss of Appetite
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out
Malaria arid buildup p. the syst^p. onijj\
4rfd suYi Appetizer. 'For adults and children. 50c.
n China, I
le better I
t at the
you our I
7 are. j
WWIH 4 Hi IIIlium III
iigh corn will go next
you have any to sell you
re to buy you will wish
it if vou don't have to
will ho in snph demand
VV 1H kj\s Hi ^ W* ?
i you had some to sell,
ou to see us now about
/etch, clover, alfalfa and
ilerator, the "guano that
R BROS. CO.
Fry Chickens - - 14c
? * n r*
fclggs, dozen - - ^oc
Best price for beef hides.
Prosperity, S. C.
To Prevent Blood Poisonin?
pply at once the wonderful old reliable DR.
^RTER'S ANTIF2PTIC HEALING OIL, a surical
dressui^ that rdfeves ptffo a unheals.
.e same time- Not a liniment 25c. 50c. $lJ)t