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We have had the most extraordinary
We do not propose to have any dull d
the year round buying the latest novel
as ready cash is always an incentive] to
see what we are doing for extending th
amining our SACRIFiCE SUMMER OF
department and that all our goods are
Now this is
You want to repair your COTTON GINNING
outfit. You want the best and we are prepared
to do it.
How about a GASOLINE ENGINE outfit? We
furnish them too.
Do you want NEW MACHINERY? See us be
Yes, let us tell you about our bargain list of
second=hand Engines, Gins, etc.
Repairing is Our Specialty,
W. O. McKeown & Sons,
Cornwell, S. C.
FIFTY-TWO (52).HEAD HORSES AND MULES
Now in our barns for you to select from. We have Match Teams,
Extra nice Harness Horses and Mares. Some extra good
teams-Mare Mules, and ,.Le Bay Mare Mule, the
best buggy mule on carth.
GREG()RY-RHEA MULE COMPANY.
JNO. W. CoNDER, Manager.
H-arper Etables, PIstr t.n - COLUJMBIA, .C
And owit Osborne Mower.
THE BEST OF THEM ALL.
For Sale*by A. B. CATH CART.
Osborne Mower Repairs always in stock.
Winthrop College Scholarships for Young
Scholarship and Entrance; A( :~1 l
- Examination.0 " '9"" "*
______________________Club, oni v the following are no0w open:
C ollege fo .\0(ar Wm --( almbia, S. C.
The examination for the award ot -One . cholarsh ip for fo.ur years' acp
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col- demie wo din ( 'lege.
lege and for the admission of new stu- G reen~ vie F emale Coallee - Omn
dents wvill be held at the County Court Sch~o]irshii a of free ttuition for foull
House on Friday, July 7th, at 9 A. M. years.
Applicants niust not be less than fifteen (rzna vil( Collegec for W\omen-One
years of age. When scholarships are Schiolarshi ff 'free tuition for four
vacated after July 7. they will be years. -ipeial rates for mhusic.
awarded to those inaking the highest Chicora College-G reenville, S. C.
average at the examination, providled one Schohm.rship of free tuition for four1
they meet the conditions governing years.
the award. Applicants torsehoiarship~s The Sout h Carolina Kindergarten 1
should write to President Johnsoni be- Association Training School-Charles- t
foro the exaniination for scholarship ton, 8. C. -One Sceholarship of free
application blanlts. tuition for two years.
Sholarships are worth $100 and free Wmlithrop College-Rock Hill. S. C. I
tuition. The next session will open -One Schiolarship of free tuition- a
September 20, 1905i. For further in.. Confedlerate Honie College-Charles
formation and catalogue adldress ton, S. C:.-One Scholarship of free
Pres. D. B. JOHNSON, tuition.
5-17td Rock Hill, S. C. IClitmard Seminiary-Inion, S. C.
One Schoh~rshiip of free tuition, a
The1 examinlat ions for these Scholar
10 C hips will ne hehal ini each county July
173.~ol~gf lir~som~ :;rd. A\ll aplcnsutfl their
311S. ANNADORA BAER, d
Charleston, S. C. Chai.mn~a Educational Dept. S. C.
Federation of Womien's Clubs, 16 Bull h
Street, Charleston, S. C. s
Entrame examninationis will bei held
in the County Court Hlouse (on Fridlay, Notice to Executors, Ad- Iil
July 7, at 9 A. M. One Free 'Tuitioni
Scholarship to each county ini South miflistrators and
Carolina awarded by the County Super- G adas
inteiidenit of Education and Jludge of G adas
Probate. Board and furnished room -______________________
at Dormitory, $10 a miointh. AXll can~- A-ll execultors, admiinistrators and
didate. for adnaissiou are pernuitted so gruarians~~l are hierebyv notified to make w
compete for vacant Boyce Scholar- their retuurs t o mie at once at this office e
ships, which pay $l(00 a year. l' or as the law :vquires that thiese retarus
further information and catalogue. ad-bemdbfoeJl1tofahyar
dr HARI~o RANO6I). A. B.ROOM, ol
of Dollars Wc
Spring trade in the histo
ays in the summer as we
Lies as soon as they arrive
> quick trading. We are
e purchashing power of yoi
FERINGS AT SUMMER I
now marked down at suc
Only a little shrivelled seed
It might be flower or grass o
Only a box of earth on the edg
Of a narrow, dust window ledge
Only a few scant summer showers
Only a few dear shining hours;
That was all. Yet God could maki
Out of these for a sick child'
A blossom wonder as fair ani
As ever broke at an angel's feet.
Only a life of barren pain
Wet with sorrowful tears foi
Warmed sometimes by a wonder.
Of joy that seemed but a happy
A life as common and brown and
As the box of earth in the win
Yet it bore at least the precious
Of a perfect soul in a narrow
Pure as the snowy leaves that
Over the flower's heart of gold.
-Henry Van Dyke.
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 ready for instant use. Attacks
of colie, cholera morbus and diarrhoea
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 Diarrhoa Remedy which is
one of the best medicines I ever saw.
I keep a bottle of it in my room as I
have had several attacks of colic and
it has proved to be the best medicine I
ever used." For sale by Obear Drug
One liundred Years Ago.
Here are a few facts which
show how much more convenient
life is to-day than in "the gor'd
old days" about which we hear.
Not until February of 1812 did
the people of Kentucky know
that Madison was elected Presi
:lent in the previous November.
In 1884 one of the leading rail
coads of the United States printed
:m itstime table. "The locomo
tive will leave the depot every
lay at 10 o'clock, if the weather
The first typewriter was re
3eived by the public with suspicion
a. reporter who took one into a
:ouit room first proved its real
In England], some centuries
ige, if an ordinary workman,
vithout permission, moved from
me parish to another, in search
>f work or better wages, he was
>randed with a hot iron.
When Benjamin Franklin first
~hought of starting a newspaper
n Philadelphia, many of his
riends advised against it, because
here was a paper published in
Boston. Some of then doubted
hat the country would be able
o support two newspapers.
One hundred years ago, the
astest land travel in the world
vas on the Great North Road in
England, after it had been put in
ts best condition. There the
fork mail-coach tore along at
he rate of ninety miles a day,
.nd many persons predicted
livine vengeance on such unseem
When Benjamin Franklin first
ook the coach from Philadelphi a
o New York he spent four days~
*n the journey. He tells us that
s the old driver jogged along, he
pout his time knitting stockings.
'wo stage coaches and eight
orses sufficed for all the comn
ierce that was carried on between
'hiladelphia and New York, and
2 the winter the journey accupied
The laxative effect of Chamberlain's
tomiach and Liver Tablets is so agree
>le andl so natural that you do not)
alize it is the. effect of a medicine.
or sale by Obear Drug Co.
Conceited young man (intro
ucing his friend)-"Gentleman,
e is not so great a fool as he
Friend-"Yes, gentlemen, there
consists the differenco between
e and my friend."
Sprained Ankle, Stiff Neck, Lame
There are three common ailments for
hich Chamberlain's Pain Balm is 1
pecially valuable. If promptly ap
ied it will save you time, money and
ltering when troubled with any one
these ailments. For sale by Obear 2
irth of Goods
ry of our business career.
will utilize every resource
in this countryland at th
now offering the most te
ir hard-earned cash. If y
>RICES. Remember that
h close prices as to make e
(G H &
Some Building Going On.
The indications now are th
r there will be more building
Winnsboro within the next
a months than within any previol
12 months for a good many yeai
Mention has already been ma(
of two residences that are no
going up, that of Mrs. Rabb c
s the Obear lot, which is ucarir
completion, and that of Mr
I W. W. Dixon on High streE
which will soon be complete
The residence of Mrs. Rebec<
Woodward would now be und<
way, but for the fact that all U
framing therefor was burned f
Mr. Curlee's saw mill a few day
ago. The material is now bein
placed on the ground for Cran
ford's livery stable which will b
of brick. The store-room on th
DesPortes lot adjoining M
Crawford's lot is also to be re
built this summer. The contrac
for the dormitory for boardin
pupils at Mt. Zion has also bee
let and work will be begun ori i
at once. It will be ready for us
by the opening of the next ses
sion. Mr. H. E. Ketchin will be
gin this week the placing of th
material on his lot adjoining th
storeroom of Jno. H. McMaste
& Co. for a large storerooir
are three or four othe
parties who are also speak
ing of building residences at a:
early aate. Another party ha
under advisement the building c
several 5 and 6 room cottages fo
rent. Should he decide to do sc
he will find no trouble in rentini
the same at good prices, as ther
is a steady demand for such cot
Then, too, the paint brush ha
been frequently in use lately
The residences of Messrs. A
Williford, T. H. Ketchin, J. C
Mackorell, and Dr. B. J. Quattle
baum have all been repainted
The paint brush is also to be use<
on several other buildings bef or
the fall season.
While the above improvement
are hardly enough to be called
building boom, yet they are in
dicative of a forward movement
When these improvements ar<
completed, the town will be muel
improved in appearance.
Was Wasting Away.
"I have been troubled with kidnea
disease for the last five years," write
Robert R. Watts, of Salem, Mo. "J
lost flesh and never felt well atnd (doe
tored with leading physicians and trier
all remedies suggested without relief
Finally I tried Foley's Kidney (2an
and less than two bottles completely
cured me and I am now scaind amc
well." Sold by McMaster Co.
"I never become angry because
a man does not think quite as I
do," remarked the professor; "for
when I find a man who disagrees
with me, I realize that it is pro.
bably with ,difficulty that he
thinks at all."
No good health unless the kidneys
are sound. Foley's Kidney Cure miake.,
the kidneys right. Sold by McMaistei
Humor is the other side ol
Thousands Hlave Kidney
Tfrule and Never Suspect it.
- How To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours ;
a sedimentor set.
- 0dition of the kid
nevs ; if it stains
v o'ur linen it is
evidlence of kid
ney trouble ;too
- - requent desire
- - to pass it or pain
""in the b)ack is
also convincing proof that the kidneys
and bladder are ouit of order.
What To Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
ofteir. expressed, that Dr. Kilm:er's
Swamp-Root, the grea t kidneyv remedy.
Fulfills everyv wish in curing rheumatism.
pain in the 'back. kidneys. liver, ladder
mnd every part of the urinary passage
[t corrects inability to hold water
imd scalding pain in'passing it. or b~ad
mffects following use of liquor, wine or
jeer, and overcomes that unplieasant re
:essity of being compelled to go often
luring the day, andl te get up) mamny
;imes during the night. The mild and
he extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root
s soon realized.' It stands the highest
'or its wonderful cures of the nmos: dis
ressing cases. If vou needl a nmedicijue
rou should have the best. Sold by dirug
rists in fifty-cent and one-dollar sies
You may'have a sample bottle and a
cook that tells all
~bout it, both sent free..:
>v mail. Address Dr.
filmer & Co., fling- 1
iamton, N. Y. When Home of swamnp-Roo:.
vriting mention this paper and don't
nake any mistake, but remembier the
Lame, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and
d Into Cash.
Our buyer is at work in Nt
up bargains wherever they
trtment, and it will pay you
-olumbia you cannot afford t
ith the most desirable sto<
u m b i a, S. C
are a Cold in On
mo quinine Tablets.
--as. nis -intue
An old gentleman walked up to
a pretty girl attendant at the
counting-room of a daily news
paper office a few days ago and
' said: "Miss, I would like to get
copies of your papers for a week
e back." "You had better try porous
plasters,"she abstractedly replied.
"You can get them just across
tHas Stood the Test 25 Years.
The old, original GROVE'S Tasteless
Chill Tonic. You know what you are
V taking. It is iron and quinine in a
tasteless form. No cure, no pay. 50c.
f Popular Excursions via Southern
The Southern Railway will sell round
trip tickets to the following points
for special occasion:
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.-Ancient
Arabic Order of Mystic Shrine,
1 Imperial Council, June 20-23, 1905.
Rate one fare plus $1.00 for round
tri from all points.
HOT PRINGS, VA.-Annual Con
> vention Southern Hardware Job
bers' Association and American
Manufacturing Association, June
6-9, 1905. Rate one first-class fare
plus 25 cents for round trip from
CALHOUN, S. C.-South Carolina
State Summer School, June 21st
July 19th, 1905. Rate one first
class rare plus 25 cents for round
trip from all points in South Caro
KNOXVILLE, TENN.-S u m m e r
School, June 20th-July 28th, 1905.
Rate one fare plus 25 cents for
NASHVILLE, TENN.-P e a b o d y
Summer School-Vanderbilt Bib
[ jical Institute-Jane .14th-August
9th, 1905. Rate one fare plus 25
cents for round trip.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.-Annual Con
ference Y. M. C. A. adY .C
A.Jne 9th-25th, 1905. Rate one
I fare plus 25 cents for round trip.
ASHEVILLE, N. C. - Conference
of Young Peoples' Missionary As
sociation, June 25th-July 2nd, 1905.
Rate one fare plus 25 cents for
DENVER, COL.-Account Interna
tional Epworth League Conven
tion. Rate very low, and will be
given on application.
ASBU.RY PA RK, N. J.-Account
National Educational Association,
July 3-7. Rate very low and given
BALTIMORE, MD.-Account United
Society Christian Endeavor Inter
national Convention, July 5-10th.
Rate one first-class fare plus $1.00
*for round trip.
BUFFALO, N. Y.-Annual meeting
Grand Lodge B. P. O. Elks, July.
11-15. Rate one first-class fare
plus $1 .00 for round trip.
TORONTO, ONT.-Account Interna
tional Sunday School Convention,
June 20th-27th, 1905. Rate one,
fare plus 50 cents for round trip
from all points in South Carolina. 4
Tickets on sale June 19, 20, 22, 23,
final limit June 30th. Extension
final limit can be obtained by de
positing ticket with joint agent
and upon payment fee $1.00.
The Southern Railway can offer
many other attractive rates. For full
information consult any ticket agent,
or R. W. Hunt, division passenger
agent, Charleston, S. C.
This'great stock medicine is a
money saver for stock raisers. It
is a medicine, not a cheap food or
condition powder. Though put up
in coarser form than Thedford's
Black-Draught, rernowned for the
cure of the digestion troubles of
persons, it has the same qualities
of invigorating digestion, stirring
up the torpid liver and loosening
the constipated bowels for all stock
and poultry. It is carefully pre
pared and its action is so healthful
that stock grow and thrive with an
.occasional dose in their food. It I..
cures hog cholera and makes hogs
grow fat. It cures chicken cholera
and roup and makes hens lay. It
cures constipation, distemper and
colds in howses, murrain in cattle, W
and makes a draught animal do
more work for the food consumed. y(
It gives animals and fowls of all ai
kinds new life. Every farmer and h~
raiser should certainly give it a
It costs 25c. a can and saves ten
times its price in profit. s
Prrrsanle, Kas., March 25,1904. g
I have been using your Black-Draught
stock and Poultry Medicine on my flC
stock for some time. I have used all
kinds of stock food but I have found
that yours Is the best for my purpose. 10o
to be Converte
to increase our business.
e same time we are picking
mpting values in every depa
ou live within 1oo miles of (
yur store is always filled w
very week a BARGAIN WE]
C 0., Col
6 Take Laxative Bra
is Seven Million bores sohl In pa 12
AN OLD ADACE
s SAYS .
"A light purse Is aheavycurse
Sickness makes a light purse.
The LIVER is the seat of nin
tenths of all disease.
Tut 's Pil
S go to the root of the whole iai
ter, thoroughly, quickly safel
and restore the action of th
LIVER to normal condition.
Give tone to the system am
solid flesh to the body.
Take No Substitute.....m
- Farmers' Institutes.
e Pres. P. H. Mell, of Clemso:
r College, is sending out the follow
ing notice in regard to the count;
r and State farmers' institutes t<
- be held this summer;
2 Clemsot College is now arrang
s ing plans to hold Farmers' Insti
f tutos this summer in the countie
r of the State during the perio<
between July 19th and Augus
5th. Citizens who may desire ai
e Institute held in their commu
- nity are invited to send ar
application to the President o
a the College, not later than June
.24th. Suggestions regarding th4
.agricultural questions in whici
.the community may be interestei
.are also invited.
.The Institute at Clemson Col
lege will begin August 8th and
continue for one week. Dis
tinguish ed speakers will addres:
the farmers on important topici
during that waek. The railwaj
companies have arranged to givt
rates of one fare, plus 25 centa
for the round trip from ever3
station in South Carolina. Dele
gates to the Farmers' institute tc
the college will please see thai
the local railway agent provideE
himself with the reduced tickets
in ample time.
The petition for an institute
for Fairfield, county properly,
signed has been sent in.
No Secret A bout It.
It is no secret, that for Cuts,
Burns, Ulcers, Fever Sores, Sore
Eyes, Boils, eta,, nothing is so
effective as Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. "It didn't take long to
cure a bad sore I had. and itis
all 0. K. for sore eyes," writes
D. L. Gregory, of Hope, Tex.
25c at -McMaster *Co.'s, Obear
Drug Co.'s and John H. McMas
ter & Co.'s drug stores.
Fourth of July Celebrations.
The Southern Railway an
nounces very low rates of one
and one-third first-class fares for
the round trip )minimum rate
fifty cents) from all points in
territory south of the Ohio and
Potomac, and east of the Mis
sissippi rivers, including St.
Tickets on sale July 1st, 2nd,
3rd and 4th, with final limil July
6th. Tickets to be limited to
continuous passage in each direc
For full information consult
ticket agents, or R. W. Hunt, divi
sion passenger agent, Charles
ton, S. C.
If you have kidney or bladder trou
le an d do not use Foley's Kidney Cure,
you will have only yourself to blame
for results, as it positively cures all
forms of kid ney and bladder diseases.
Soki by McMaster Co,
Ethel: "Mamma, if a little boy
is a lad, why isn't a big boy a lad
der?" Mamma: "For the same
reason, I suppose, that, although
a little doll is a doll, a big doll is
not a dollar." Ethel (reflectively)
"That's so. My big doll was
two dollars."-Kansas City Jour
To Cure a cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUI
NINE Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. WV. Grove's signature is on each
.w York all
to call and
o miss ex
:k in every
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nerv
ine has been so successful in
curing these brain-wrecking
diseases that there is every;
reason to believe that even the
most hopeless cases can be
benefited, if not fully restored.
We will be pleased to refer
any one thus afflicted to many
who now enjoy the blessing of
health, after years of hopeless
"I have a son that had brain fever
when two years old, followed by fits of
the worst type. and he vw pronounced.
incurable. I spent hundreds of dollars
for him, without relief. After about
fifteen years he became so bad that we
sent him to Longcliff hospital for the
insane, at Logansport, Ind. He. was -
there nearly three years, but he eon
tinued to grow worse, so we brought
him home July 30. 1902. in an awful
condition. He had lost his mind almost
entirely. He hardly.- knew' one of the
family; ould not even find his, bed;
was a total wreck. He bad from 6 to
10 fits aday. We were urged to try
Dr)Miles' Nerv7ine. and before the rst
bottle was used, we could see a change
for the better. We have given it t
im ever since, and he has had but
two very3 llht spells since Last Aust
1903. sdten e was not wel er
ways. We pronounce him cured, as he
can work and go anywhcre. If any one
wishes to ask any questions concernnC
this. they-are at liberty to do so."
. H. BU* NE4 Lincoln,* Id.
Dr. Miles' Nervine is sold by yostr
drgt, ot will gunarante tht the
will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
Now is the tirne to take a
sprng tonic. By far the best
thgto take is Murray's Iron
Mixture. It makes pure blood
and gets rid of that tired feeling.
At all druggists.
50c a Bottle.
Or Direct from
THlE MURRAY DRUG CO.,
Columbia, S. C.
WILL BE CONTINUED IN
he future the same as in the ast
n the old establishment in alits
epartments with a full stock of
)askets, Burial Cases and Coffns
onstantly on hand, and use of
earse when requested.
Thankfinl for past patronage
,nad solicitous for a share in the
ture, in the old stand.
Calls attended to at all hours.
TRH ELLOT' GIN SHOP.
J. M. ELLIOTT & Co.
THE 1-EGE LOGCBEAM
HEACOCK-KING FEED WORKS
EsIars AND Bottras. wooDwoaZImrG
MAcutszaY. Co-rrosi Grzsrs. BuRcK
MAKING AND S H I NGLE AND LaTR
MioH!mnr. Coas MILLs, Ero.. ETC.
GIBS MACHINERY CO..
Columnbia, S. C.
THE GIBBES SHINGL.E MACHINE'
TH-AT SUIT .
i look as good as new if you
il have it cleaned and pressed.
am prepared to do the work for
>u at t'he most reasonable prices
ed I guarantee satisfaction. By
,ving your suit cleaned and
essed it will look ever so much
tter all the while and will last
'much longer. If you have not
en in the habit ot having your
it kept in good order, begin it.
w and see how much satisfact
2 there will bie in' the improved
>ks of the suit and in its longer
ar. Give ne a trial.
af W. Boe Durham.