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A Mad Idea.
' Bakitmcre American. !
4t\ly wife bi: her tongue this morning."
"is she going t) take tthe Pasteur
You're drinking like a fish, I hear,"
1 said to Mr. Lawyer;
'Said he: "You're misinformed, I fear
I have no use for water."
"I'm simply working like a horse/'
1 heard Bill S"oozer say.
His wife each morning uses force
% To drag him 'from the hay.
?L\ew York Evening .Telegram, j
The movement to give the vote to
^Southern women is becoming very
active and it would be a fine tribute
t3 the intelligence and worth of our;j
Southern womanhood :o place them
on a political plane where their opinions
and judgment could be voiced in jj
the Sta.e, The South needs the coun-!|
sel and help of its women, and votes
for women should be the chivalrous;
aim 6: every true Southern man.
New York Globe.
"Dobbins, the art critic, has roasted
my pictures unmercifully."
Don't mind that fellow. He's no :
ideas of his own; he only repeats like ;
a parrot what others say."
0~Cern-!ess Joy! ij
"GETS-IT" tor Coras
Nothing in the World Can Beat it for
Corns and Calluses.
Br Now try the different way, the new
wav. the absolutely sure way, the j
rv painless way of getting rid of those I
\ corns that have pestered the life and !
2 ,Fecl Huron, Somenm
body. Mv Com* A n
At Last. :GETS-lT'l)idlt"?W
^ sou! out of you for such a long time, j
Drop everything else and use "GETS-;
IT." A few drops applied in a few '
seconds does the work. Useless junk, j j
ike flesh-eating salves that make'
corns swell, cotton lings that make"
corns stand up like pop-eyes, razors, J
corn diggers, scissors and files that.J
make corns grow faster, are all done ;
for. "GET-IT" is on a new principle, j
^ makes corns shrivel, vanish! It can't j
stick to the stocking, or hurt the i
"GETS-IT" is sold by all druggists.
? H"c a bottle or sent direct by E. Lawrence
& Co., Chicago.
GETS-IT*' is sold in Xewberrv by i
W. G. Mayes and P. E. Way.
For SORE HEAD 1 ;
f (Chicken Pox)
C*\ This dread disease will
i Lpractically ruin the flock J
unless quickly checked.
sY V'fcji \ Sore Head (Chicken Pox)
SymSiAM Remedy '
/\ -5 and 50c
I !S a sure cure.
dfFight lice, mites, etc.,
t i# with a sure weapon.
Iprafts,. Powdered Lice Killer
25c and 50c. Is easily applied and never fails.
Refuse substitutes; insist on Pratts.
- - ^aficfa^firtn Hnarjint^a^ as? Maviav Rjirlf
IS Get Pratts 160 page Poultry Book J
For sale by
Gilder & Weeks, Newberry, S. C.
JL Johnson & McCrackin, Newberry, S. C.
' VT. G. Mayes, Newberry, S. C. j.
Summer Bros, Newberry. S. C. j
Newberry Drug Co., Newberry, S. C. j
P. E. Way, Newberry, S. C.
Brown, Hipp & swiitenberg, Newberry, \
J. T. Mayes & Co., Newberry. S. C.
J. D. Quattlebaum, Prosperity, S. C. j
SPECIAL TO WOMEN,
The most economical, cleansing and i
germicidal of all antiseptics is
A soluble Antiseptic Powder tc I
be dissolved in water as needed.
As a medicinal antiseptic for douches I!
in treating catarrh, inflammation or j
ulceration of nose, throat, and that!
caused by feminine ills it has no equal. !
For ten years the Lydia E. Pinkham
^ Medicine Co. has recommended Paxtine <
ft* in their private correspondence with
& women, which proves its superiority.
Women who have been cured say
it is "worth its weight in gold." At
H druggists. 50c. large box, or by mail.
I The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass.
B Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Core.
B The worst cases, no matter of how long standing,
|k are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
^kporter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Bp?>c and Heals at the same tone. 25c, 50c, $1.00
More New Miilioe
The express brings
shipments almost eve
In the history of our !
(career we have never
been able to offer sue'
nery bargains, uver i\
sand brand new Hats
shown this we-k fort
time. You'd better hi
if you want to save hi
In fact everything
good in laces. You v
here new shipments ev
days in match sets.
1,000 yds linen or cot
chine torchons at yd
Big Assortment Yals
Some are match sel
broken sets of 10c Val
To clean up the lot
choice the yard
Ribbons for Commei
Fine Messaline, Tafl
Moire Ribbons, also fl<
Persian designs, many
ful stripes, plaids and
5 to 8 inches wide, 35
quality, at choice the j
i-v /-\/-Q /\nn1i i~\7 i va
Vjuuu vjuautj puic
bon, best assortment o:
suitable for hair bo'
sashes, the 25c quality e
Talcum Powder, wort
box, will go two for or
w:?u r Aiirno of ^
mgiu uuwud ai ^
200 Ladies' Night
worth 75c, your choice
Gown in the lot for or
tatements of Prosperity Citizens Are
Always of Interest to Our Readers.
To many of our readers the streets
if Prosperity are almost as familiar as !
hose of our own town, and we are j
taturally interested to read of hap enings
there. The following report
rom a well-known and respected resi- j
ipnt. will be helpful to numbers of J
nen and women here in Xewberrv.
John W. Boozer, R. F. D. >fo. 2, Prosperity,
S. C., says: "I had kidney
rouble for two years. I had pains in
I J. J.
in fkie eh
AAA tiliV U V
si Die ana
iry- it* is not
ry day. . bliy it.
before nrr> k 1
h Milli- OE,W\l
will be experiem
V? n -Pi v?of
jrry up serve yoi
ilf your _
that is BECAI
jill find I L 1
ery few 81 C3SIX D
;ton ma- I tor cash.
5c yd. BECA>
;s some i *\i r
Laces. Dill Ot HK
silk rib- BECA1
svs and gygj-y py
h 25c a
iiy 25c 50c White Linei
9c. The moment yoi
Gowns eyes on this Linen
of any "it's a dandy," 01
lly. 49c each buyer at
'rrn Vnnatii A ( N
gc t ai icijr m l\
my back and twinges when st-ooping | j
or lifting. My back ached at night 11
- - - _ T ! 1
ana 1 was lame in me morning. 1 | tired
easily, was languid and nervous ]
and had headaches and dizzy spells. My
sight blurred. The kidney secretions
contained sediment, were too
frequent in passage and I had 10 get ;
up often at night. I staid in bed 15
months. I tried doctors and other
remedies, but quit them and began using
Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at
Newberry Drug Company^-store. They
greakly relieved me in every -way."
Price '50c at all dealers. Dofc't sfin
USE every articl
ore is produced
USE we handle
: dependable v
USE our sales
ced and know
i in a pleasant ?
USE we do busi
>asis, sell for c?
USE we discoui
f TQP* Aiiv?Y7ai*innc
Ul*ja-i l/Ui UA AVUU
: in every respe<
e new things fii
JSE we standi
rchase made in
i at 25c. Waist
i cast your Beautiful
you'll say price $1.50,
-? . 7
le dress to your cnoice
25c the lot for _
ew Evening Fai
I A U
5ly ask for a kidney remedy?get
Doan's Kidney Pills?the same that
Mr. Boozer had. Foster-<Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
WEAK, WEARY WOMEN
Learn the Cause of Daiiy Woes and
When the back aches and throbs.
When housework is torture.
When night brings no rest nor sleep.
Wfaen urinary disorders set in.
WJomen's lot is a weary one.
ie on sale (
by the l||
l the va- *1
only sen- Shoe
Idise. 11 in assor
* - . Oxfords,
torce is down to
DOW tO Oxfords
ind satis- + 200 f
sizes 8 J
mess on wo stra
ash, buy marked
it every regular;
on sale i
ring this $3.01
lines are oflot
Ct Show- 36 inc
, yds to ej
rSt. women (
UctCA ux Sheer an
1 . high spl
tlllS eS- sole, lo.
s for 98c. d,?"ble 6
Waists, regular gj,
$2.00 and Si! 50, "Poel
of any Waist in jng 10 j
98c onl v the
us for Commenci
F G H
Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak
Have proved their worth in thousands
Read this Greenwood woman's testimony.
Mrs. Mary A. Griffin, 225 Sygert St.,
Greenwood, S. C., says: "I had kidney
trouble for years. It began with pains
in the small of my back and I felt dull
and languid. Having been told tha:
Doan's Kidney Pills were a good remedy
for stick complaints, I used them.
I now feel much better in every wayv
It gives me pleasure to confirm my
y the Most Complete
Stock in Newberry.
itore stands foremost
tments and lowest i i
Don't forget Mimwhen
you think of
our next pair of Pumps
lirs Ladies' Pumps and
$2.00 values, marked
drs Ladies' Pumps and
, $2.50 values, marked
tirs Children's one and
ip pat leather Pumps,
to 11, the $1.50 kind,
lairs Misses' one and
p pat. leather Tumps,
i to 2, the $2.00 kind
down to the pr $149
e Messaline Silk at 89c
ite, black, navy, copenlight
blue and pink,
$1.50 quality, will go
it the yard 8yc
9 Waists at $1.98
and Voile Waists, also
d white Jap Silk. To
the lot quickly, choice
hes wide, limited 10
aeh buyer and sold to
)nly, sale price yd ,.8ic
id cool, full fashioned,
liced heel and double
oks like $1.00 hose,
lack and all colors at
>' 16 button Gloves,
inger tips, $1.00 qualial
at only the pair 69c
Mills," yd wide Bleaches
to each buyer, at
former endorsement of Doan's Kidney
'Art of oil Hpal^rs Don't
r iltU UVVj UV U44 V.N/V*.
simply ask for a remedy?get Doan's
Kidney Pills?the same that iMrs.
Griffin had. Foster Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
T11E DIAMOND BRAND.
Ladies! A?k yoor Drefflrt for /A
t hl-chos-ter s DlumonU L fund/* \\
Pllla in Bed and Gold nifalllAy/
boxes, sealed with 5iu< F.it.Cin. \ /
Take bo other. Buy of jroap V
Druelat. AsW for 11 W^-.TFT! 0
jresrs ;<nown as Best, Safest, Always Refiablr
at) w smtsnEVERYiKa.