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want, we ,
Be out of
Here is a bargain li
repairs, that puts it squ
that at once:
One io H. P. Taylor Di
One 12 H. P. Tozer En
One 6 H. P. Tozer Eng
One 8 H. P. Frick Eng
Two 70 Saw Smith Fr
Two 50 Saw Pratt Gir
One of our specialt
gasoline engine outfits.
If you have machir1
you, why tell us about in
W. 0. McK
FIFTY-TWO (52) HE~
Now in our barns for you to se
Extra nice Harness Hors
JNO. W. CC
Hla rpe r EBtables, Plai sS
We are glad to announce
than ever before for doing
and that we shall be glad t<
may have. When needing
or phone us in regard to sa
All business entrusted ti
R. T. Matt
June is th
P and in common
X months of the y<
SJune is ti
tIt will pay you to
S ment in THE NI
r ten months in our new de
are now rushing up our nev
the first floor of which wi
e them the Fechheimer-Fis]
The basement, where our
No curtailment here. The I
nothing." By following th
J L. MI
st of Machineay, all in goo
arely up to you to act an
-y Steam Engine, on skids.
ine, on skids.
s, Feeders and Condensers,
es is repairing and sellin
We sell the best makes an
ery that has been worryin
and we will do the rest.
eown & Sons,
fell, S. C.
D HORSES AND MULES
lect from. We have Match Teams,
s and Mares. Some extra good
nd one Bay Mare Mule, the
mule on earth.
. - .. COLUMBIA, S. C.
that we are now better prepared
l kinds of
> be favored with any work you
anything repaired bring it to us
us will be promptly attended
hews & Son.
e 1Month for
with all the other
e month to
have your advertise
WS AND HERALD4
partment store and we now i
r addition-5o by 140 feet. V
11 be given up to Clothing ft
iel Co., Strouse & Brothers, z
Clothing Department is at p
ead of every Department I
is up you will find our stock
M N A IJ
In riding through the dry and
dusty portion of Idaho in a lux
urious train of Pullman sleeping
cars with dining car and library
drawing-room car we loooked out
upon a family plodding along in
a prairie schooner. They had
camped for the night, and were
just bestirring themselves, the
man caring for the team, the wife
getting a way-side breakfast, and
the children trying to wash in a
"How would you like that?"
asked one passenger of another.
"They don't go so fast and are
not so comfortable, but it is safer
stopping their outfit."
Yes, if one lives for safety in
stopping only it is better to go
slow, but since not one passenger.
in 10,000,000 gets hurt by the
untimely stopping of a Pullman
limited, most persons will con-;
tinue to use the fast, and most"
comfortable, and luxurious mode
of conveyance, but no matter
how safe and sumptuous travel is
made there will always be some
fellows who prefer to go so slow
that they can stop without get
ting hurt. It is the same in
teaching. I know a fellow of that
kind. Don't you?-.-New England:
Journal of Education.
Just What Eveay One Should Do.
Mr. J. T. Barber, of Irwinville, Ga.,
atways keeps a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy
at hand read for instant use. Attacks
of colic, 4ho era niorbus and diarrhcea
comes on so suddenly that there is no
time to hunt a doctor or go to a store
for medicine. Mr. Barber says: "I
have tried Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy which is
one of the best medicines I ever saw.
I keep a bottle of it in my room aslI
have had several attacks of colic and
it has proved to be the best medicine I
ever used." For sale by Obear Drug
Suppose we invite Togo to
come over and run for the presi
dency. If we can elect a man
because he threw up his hat at.
San Juan hill, surely we might
. elect a man who can clean up a
whole fleet and not half try.
Interesting to Asthma Sufferers.
"I have had asthma for three or four
years and have tried about all the*
cough and asthma cures in the mar
ket," says Daniel Bantz, of Otterville,
Iowa, "and have receised treatment
from physicians in New York and
other cities, but got very little benefit,
until I tried Foley's Honey and Tar
which gave me immediate relief and f
will never be without it in my house.
I sincerely recommend it to all." Sold
by McMaster Co.
The question of holding an
election to vote out dispensaries
in Oiconee county is being agi
tated. T1here. are two dispensa
ries in Oconee, one at Walhalla'
and one at Seneca.
,No good health unless the kidneys
are sound. Foley's Kidney Cure makes
the kidneys right. Sold by McMaster
In the best regulated families
husbands have been known to give
their wives smoking jackets for
Christmas, and wives reciprocate
with parlor lamps.
DO YOU GFT UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
SAhnost evervbody who reads the news
papers is sure to kntow of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
R oot, the grea-:.kid
ney, liver and blad
T , der remedy.
r -It is the great med
ical trnimphl of the
\i tdi scovered1 aftervears
- B of scientific research
-- by Dr. Kilmier, the
...-- emninent kidney and
bladder specialist, and is wonderfully
successful in promiptly curing lame back,
uric acid, catarrh of the bladder and
B~right's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kihuer's Swamfp-Root is not rec
onmended for everything but if you have
kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be
Sfound'just the remedy you need. It has
been tested in so many ways, im hiospital
work anid in private practice, and has
proved so successful in every case that a
spec-.1arrangenmehnt has been ummde by
which all readers of this paper, who have
Snot already tried it, miay have a sample
bottle sent free by mail, also a book tell
ing more about Swamp-Root. and ::ow to
Sfindoutif you have kidney or bladder trou
ble. Wh'en writing nientioni readinig this
generous offer in this paper and sen d your
addrss to Dr. Kilmer
a Qo. Binghamton,
N.V, The regular
Pfiftycent and one
dolar size bottles are gamO or swamp-nloot.
sold by all good druggists. Don't make
Sany niistake,. but remiembelr the name,
Swat ip-Root, Dr. Kilnier's Swamp-Root.
andr tle drsBinghamton, N, Y ., on
ind our quarters too smz
re hope this space will b
r Men andBoys. This
ilso the great Chicago Ho
resent, will be allotted t<
hroughout'our big stor
The man who insures his life
wise for his family.
The man who insures his heal
is wise both for his family a
You may insure health by guai
ing it. It is worth guarding.
At the first attack of disea:
w h i c h generally approaci
through the LIVER and mat
fests itself in innumerable wa
And save your health.
The value of commercial fe
tilizers is very evident this yea
Just notice the grass growing
the row with cotton and compa
it with that which grows in t
middle and you will see th.
guano does good.-Carolina Spa
Was Wasting Away.
"I have beeni troubled with kido
disease for the last five years," writ
Robert R. Watts, of Salem, Mo.
lost flesh and never felt well and d
ored with leading physicians and t ri
all remedies suggested without reli4
Finally I tried Foley's Kidney Cu
and less than two bottles complete
cured me and I am now sound at
ell." -Sold by McMaster Co.
The eye of a little Washingt(
miss was attracted by the spark
of dew at early morning. "Mar
ma," she exclaimed, "it's hotter
I thought it was!" "What do yc
mean?" "Look here; the grass
ll covered with perspiration."
Ten Years in Bed.
"For ten years I was cntined to n
ed with disease of my kid neys
rites R. A. Gray, J. P. of Oakvill
[d. "It was so severe that I cou
ot move part of the time. I consu
ydi the very best medical skill avulal
ut could get no relief until Foley
Kidney Cure was reconunended to ii
t has-been a Godsend to me." So
y McMaster Co.
Dick's auntie had often broug1
idm some tiny chocolate nmine
hich he liked very much,excel
or size. One day he sidled up i
er coaxingly and said: "Aunti
ext time you buy chocolate mic
on't you buy rats?"
If you have kidney or bladder tro
ble and do not use Foley's Kid niey Cur
ou will have~ only yourself to blan
for results, as it positively cures
orms of kidney and bladder d isease2
Sod by McMaster Co,
A little girl somewhat note
or her quaint and original saying
aid the other day at the brea]
ast table that she had got a piet
f bread headfirst down h<
During the summer kidney irreA
arities are often caused by exce5Si'
rinking or being overheated. Atter
o the kidneys at once by using Foley
Kidney Cure. Sold by McMaster C
All the world loves a lover, bi
hat don't mean a self-lover.
the h::s *andv co:agos i:s
take ld h i:i.3 It i c fe
to say thlt iL ti. iver were al~as
kept i:n "p'r v~din ~r ur.
ilindss would le i2hmstL unkw'"v n.
successful in ei.:ri:: suclicur.
*liver re~zultr TUs ~ f.n~
-healthful l'Aatie th.at enrescu
-stipatca a ux be tlon by a
- mere ci. witi*mut l~ pa.-ie
The h-lt 'ii ation on the l iver.
vig-orati ' c'Tct on the kines
not wocrk re.'nlarly. th osu
acids alon" v~lh th w.av~te fro:n
the bowel cet back into thei blood
and virulent contagi~on resu~ts.
Timely treatmnent w.ith Thed
ford's Bla.ck-Draught remows the
dangers which lur in lo::satio~(n.
-liver and k idney troubles,~ a:ud will
positivelv fo'etall theC iuraud of
Bright's' diase. for vwhich dis
ease in advancedL ~ stIt there is
no cure. A~ a our Jealer for a
2.5c. package of Thuedford's lBlack
ill. Our increasing business demands m
e sufficient for some time. The new ad
stock we are uow buying from the leadir
use of Kohn Brothers. We will add ext
House Furnishing Goods, Crockery, To3
receives positive instructions, "Keep ul
C 0., c o i mbai
Do you want to live where t
es where labor is never oppresse
animal vitality is never lost b3
Do you want to live in a r
varied than in any other equalI
of great ranches affords a fine <
will assure you a competence ?
Do you want to live where,
grow profitable crops of grape
olives, prunes and almonds, alff
r- business is good and capital easi
Ila Then go to California, whex
ie your coming.
The Chicago, t
is the most direct route to th
fast through trains daily via
track railway between Chica
Id1 Special low round-tri
throughout the summer to v
colonist low rate one-way tic
le tember and October, which gi
to make the trip at a minimut
U Daily and personally conducted e3
Francisco, Los Angeles, and Portlz
berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping <
Chicago & North-Wes
'S W. B. KN
C. P. T.
FILL IN THIS COUPON *
it AND MAIL IT TO-DAY.
To Cure aC0
-rakeLaxative Bromo Quini
.Seven Million boxes sold in past 12.months. T
RHIGH GRAE CUT FLOERS MUI
e GROWN BY US. IRC
Carnations........7C. to $1.00 per dozen Now is th
L Roses (fine greenhouse).... spring tonie
$2.00 to $3.50 per dozen thiM xto t
SHyacinths (Romanr).... acprdz n d gets rid a
50c. to c e dzn A all druggis
Narcissus, Paper White....75c. per dozen
it Lily of valley....$1.00 to $1..50 per dozen 50c
Boxes of Pretty Mixed Flowers....
$1.00 to $5.00 Or]I
Baskets of Pretty Mixed Flowers.. THlE MUR
$1.50 to $10.00
SOnly the finest up-to-date varieties colui
OUR CUsTOMERs GET THlE BEsT _____
Artistic Bouquets for all nurooses..0 UNDE\1
STYLISH HOME AND CHURCH
DECORATIONS. WIL BE
the future the
We make a specialty of in the old esti
Fine Wedding Work. departments.
Wreaths, Crosses, Anchors, &c., constantly 01
$2.00 up. hearse whenI
In ordering Bouquets or Designs Thankful
give us an idea of what you want and and solicitous
price, and we will please you. Cut.
Flowers, Plants, Bulbs and Seed future, in the
shipped everywhere Calls atten4
WRITE for PRICE LIST of SEEDS TEEL
ROSE H]L SGREENOUSE J. M. EL
1517 Main Street, COLUMBIA, S. C. Til
Phon 34.will look as g
will have it cl
Buiess Education Pays I am preparei
Businyou at the ma
Laxrgest Dividends!I and I guarant
___-r______ow. ber all the
we offer best terms. Satisfaction be nteh
guaranteed. Course of study the most
Ipractical. No Business College offers suit kept in g
better advantages. Our graduates are now and 'see Ii
in demand. Hundreds are in positions; io there will
we canu assist you. Write for inforuma- looks of the si
MACFEAT'S 4.;OUTH CAROLINA wear. Give mec
BUIESCOL LEG.E, tr.
<-tfBUIESColumbia, S. C.
ore room, and to meet this
lition we will occnpy Sep
ig clothing houses in Amer
ensively to our Carpet De
rs, etc. But enough for the
your stock at all seasons.
a, S. C.
he climate is mild the year round
d by stress of weather, and where
r mere conflict with cold?
!gion- where the resources are more
trea in the world, where the division
>pportunity to get a small farm that
with a minimum of labor, you can
s and small fruit, oranges, lemons,
xlfa and grain, where crops are sure,
ly finds profitable investment?
e both health and opportunity await
Inion Pacofic and
w Pacific Coast, and there are two
this line, over the famous double
go and the Missouri River.
p r at es are in effect via thi line
arious Pacific Coast points, and
kets will be on sale during Sep
ve an unusual chance for settlers
n of expense.
tcursions are operated through to San
.nd without change, on which a double
:ar from Chicago costs only $7.0o, via the
stern, Union Piacific and
cif ic Railways.
M. C. & N.-W. Ry., Chicago, Ill.
a!d inOne Day m~t
11eTa~ets.4 on every
s signatgge, . *e LWe /OL25e
e time to take a
,By far the best
makes pre blood -
f that tire feeling. 1 -~
- otl TH.E HEGE. LoG BEAM
)irect from "'AW
RAY RUG o.,IZACOCK-K!NG FEED WORKS
sI .ty a'~n Bort~mns. WooDwoUKINo
tbia, Sc'.. J UNEiRY. CO-rrON GINNING. BRICE*
ui~lI'x(. AN~ SHINGLE AND LATH
c:Nu.COn MILLS. ETC.. ETC
!G1BB~S MACHINERY CO..
IAK Coiqama, s. c. .
CONTINUED IN rscs~ HNL ANN
same as in the past
,blishment in al its l.~ ~ ( 4
with a full stock of D 0LLOW 0 jO
a,1 Oases and Coffins
hand and use of 'The Blue Ribbon Stallion.
'or past patronage.
for a share in the A beautiful five-year-old corn-..
old stand. bination stallion will make this
led to at all hours. season at Cedar Tree Plantation,
(lilTtwo miles above Bidgeway. Fee
,Ul $10.00 for .the season. Mares
LIOTT & CO. sent from a distance kept at 50
_____________cents per day.
AT SUITA. M. Owens, Winnsboro, S. C.,
AT SUITis hereby authorized to collect
oas new if yo fees due for service by Comet for
eaned and pressed. the past season.
to do the work for T. L. BULOW,
st reasonable prices 3-29-3m Ridgeway, S. C.
ee satisfaction. By
suit cleaned and Contract for Building Flat
look ever so much
while and will last
r. If you hbave not At Dawkins, S. C., wednesday,May.
Lbi ofhavng our31~. at 10 A. M.. a contract for building
bitof hain tu a jiat for the free~ rerry at that place
>order, begmin winl be let to the lowest responsible
ow much satisfact- bidder. Also at the same time and
be in the improved t e )r illb awr for dat
utadmislonger ]:2 moiiths. Right reserved to reject
a trial. I n or all bids.
V. Bose Durham. ''J. B. BURLEY,
.5-1-:st County Supervisor.