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outfit. You war
to do it.
How about a C
furnish them toc
Do you want I
Yes, let us tell
W. O.s M
Every Day i
THROUGH THE SUM
You can save your milea
Scholarship and Er
The examination for the
vacant scholarships in Win
lege and for the ad missiona
dents will be held at the Coi
House on Friday, July 7th,
Applicants must not be less t
years of age. When schola
vacated after July 7, the
awarded to those making t
.average at the examination
they meet the conditions
the award. Applicants for se
should write to President J<
foro the examination fors
Scholarships arc worth $1(
tuition. The next session
September 20, 1905. For f
formation and catalogue add
Pres. D1. B. JOH3
5-17td Rock H
Charleston, S. C.
Entrance examinations wo
in the County Court House <
July 7, at 9 A. M. One Fr
Scholarship to each count.:
Carolina awarded by the C'ou
intendent of Education and
Probate. Board and furnis
at Dormitory, $10 a month.
didates for admissiou are pe
compete for vacant Boyce
ships, which pay $100 a,:
further information and cats
dregs H ARRISON R ANI
have had the most extraordinary
n do not propose to have any dull da
rear round buying the latest novelti
ady cash is always an incentivej to
vhat we are doing for extending the
fing our SACRIFiCE SUMMER OFF
rtment and that all our goods are i
J. L. M I
his is "IT."
epair your COTTON GINNING
it the best and we are prepared
ASOLINE ENGINE outfit? We
EW MACHINERY? See us be
you about our bargain list of
ines, Gins, etc.
g is Our Specialty.,
cKeown & Sons,
rnwell, S. C.
a the Year except Sunday.
ARRY A NICE LINE OF
; and Mules
ER MONTHS. WE NEVER CLOSE AT
E END OF A SEASON.
-OUR STOCK OF
S and WAGONS
'EST IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
e and more by coming to Columbia.
HEA MULE COMPANY.
W. CONDER, Manager.
...--------COLUM 3IA, S. C.
ge Scholarships for Young
Of t he 15 Schiohirships~ owned by~ th
South C(arolini F'ederat ion of Wom:zeni''
Clubs onily the folowing iIre now~ qpen'
College for Wo'nen~-( olumia, S. C.
award of -One Scholarship for four years' naa
throp (Col-- dlemie word in College.
1. new stu- Green ville Female College - O
znty C ourt Sc.holarship of free tuition for fomu
t J . M. vears.
1n fiftee 't Greenville College for WVomena-One
ships are( Scholarship of free tuition for four
r will be vears. Special rates for music.
he hghest~ * Caicora College--Greenville, S. C.
proided One Scholarship of free tuition for four
holaships *The South Carolina Kindergarten
)hnsoni by Association Training School-Charle -
holarship t, S. C.--One Scholarship of free
tuition for t wo y'ears.3
0 and free Winthrop College-Rock Hill. S. C.
will open -One Sc holarship of free tuition. I
urther in: Confederate Home College-Charles- I
ess ton, S. C.-One Scholarship of free I
il, S. C. Clitlord Semiinary-Unlioni, S. C.
One Scholarship of free tuition.
The examinuat ions for these Scholar
s hips will be heid in each county July 1
em rd. All aLpplicants must file their l
,195. names before June 25th with.
MISS ANNADORA BAER,
('hasi~mana Educational Dept. S. C.
Federation of Women's Clubs, 16 Bull
Street, Charleston, S. C. 1
ill be held
nFriday, Notice to Executors, Ad
c Tuition - -
'in South min1istrators and t
All can- All executors, administrators and
raitted so g.uardians are hereby notified to make
Scholar- their retuurs to mec at once at this office ']
ear. For is the law requires that these returns
logue ad- be miade before July 1st of each year. t
)OLPH, .D. A. BROOM,
)f Dollars Woi
Spring trade in the histor
ys in the summer as we v
es as soon as they arrive i
quick trading. We are i
purchashing power of youi
ERINGS AT SUMMER P1
iow marked down at such
General Lee was in the cars
going to Richmond one day, and
was seated at the end furthest
from the door. The other seats
were filled with officers and sol
diers. An old woman, poorly
dressed, entered at one of the
stations, and finding no seat and
none having been offered her, ap
proached the. end where the Gen
eral was seated. He immediate
y rose and gave her his seat.
Instantly there was a general ris
ing, each one offering his s'eat to
the General. But he calmy said:
'No, gentlemen; if there was no
seat for the infirm old woman,
here can be none for me." The
affect was remarkable. One after
mother got out of the car, and
he General and the old lady soon
bad the car to themselves.
Dying of Famine
s, in its torments, like dying of
onsumtion. The progress of
onsumption, from the beginningi
o the very end, is a long torture,
>oth to victim and friends. "When I
[ had consumption in its first
stage," writes Wm. Myers, of
earfoss, Md., "after trying differ
mnt medicines and a good doctor,
n vain, I at last took Dr. King's
qew Discovery, which quickly
Ld perfectly cured me." Prompt
.elief and sure cure for coughs,
olds, sore throat, bronchitis, etc.
?ositively prevents pneumonia.
Guaranteed at McMaster Co.'s,
)bear Drug Co.'s and John H.
&cMaster & Co.ps drug stores,
)rice 50c. and $1.00 a bottle.
['ial bottle free.
Young man, just from college,
ust out of school, we love you.
n you the future of the country
Lpends. We want to say to you
indly that you are not doing
'our full duty unless you do some
hing during your vacation. Get
ome kind of a job, be it ever so
senial just so it is respectable
nd the pay ever so small. No
aan does his whole duty until
Le produces somethings. We do
ot admire a skinflint, but we
tave no respect whatever for a
oaf er. There are some mighty
ne boys around Gaffney who are
~oing to develop into good men,
ut unless they learn to work
hey will not develop into as good
aen as they should.--~Gaffney
A Bad Soare.
Some day you will get a bad
care, when you feel a pain in
our bowels, and fear appendi
itis. Safety lies in Dr. Kink's
few Life Pills, a sure cure, for all
>owel and stomach, diseases, such
s headache, biliousness, costive
ess, etc. Guaranteed at McNas
er Co.'s, Obear Drug Co.'s and
ohn H. McMaster & C6.'s drug
tres; onliy 25c. Try them.
burvueying Qatawba Falls.
A party of engineers struck
amp at the Catawba falls Mon-,
lay and began work yesterday,
naking a survay of the water
>ower. Dr. Gill Wylie and Mr.
Duke spent several days at the
als the past week. They are
argely interested in the property
nd the rumor is that they will
~egin it.s development at once.
'he present survey, it is under
itood, is for the purpose of loca-,
ng the dam.-Lancaster Ledger,
Interesting to Asthma Sufferers.
"I have had asthma for three or four
*ears and have tried about all the
ough and asthma cures in' the mar
:et," iays Daniel Bantz, of Otterville,
owa, "and have recei~sed treatment'
ro physicians in New York and
ther cities, but got very little benefit
intil I tried Foley's Honey and Tar,~
vhich gave me immediate relief and II
vill never be without it in my house.1
sincerely recommend it to all." Soldi
y McMaster Co.
The selfish min wants the
treams of good in life to all pour
nward. He is the dead sea of
mmani ty. His capacity is great
mly for receiving. He gives only
o get again with interest. He
ives for himself and dies for the
To Cure a Cold In One Day
'ake LAXATIVE BROMO QUI
(INE Tablets. All druggists refund'
be money if it fails to cure.
E. WV. Grove's signature is on each
-th of Goods t(
y of our business career.
ill utilize every resource to
n this countryland at the s
now offering the most temi
r hard=earned cash. If you
ICES. Remember that yu
close prices as to make ever
G H &
FOR TORPID LIVER.
A torpid liver deranges the whole
system, and poduces
SICK HEADACHE ,
matism, Sallow Skin and Piles.
There is no better remedy f or these
common diseases than DR. TUT'S
LIVER PILLS, as a trial will prove.
Take No Substitute.
Bonner's First Ad.
When James Gordan Bennett the
elder was editor of the New York
Herald Robert Bonner, publisher
of the Ledger, was struggling to
build up its circulation and de
cided to try a little advertising.
He wrote an announcement con
sisting of eight words, "Read
Mrs. Southworth's New Story In
Ledger," and sent it the Herald
marked for "one line." Mr. Bon
ner's handwriting was so bad that
the words were read in the Her
ald office as "one page." Accord
ingly, says Modern Advertising,
the line was set up and repeated
so as to occupy one entire page.
Mr. Bonner was thunderstruck
the next morning. He had not to
his name money enough in the
bank to pay the bill. He rushed
ecitedly over to the Herald office,
but was too late to do any good.
In a short time the results of
the page announcement began to
be felt. Orders for the Ledger
poured in until the entire edition
was exhausted and anothaer one
was printed. The success of the -
Ledger was then established.
Ever after that time Mr. Bon ner
was an ardent believer in adver.
ising and a liberal purchaser of
Faund a cure for Dyspepsia.I
Mrs. S. Lindsay, of Fort Williaun,
3ntario, Canada, who has suffered
uite a number of years from dyspep
~and great pains in the stomach, wvas
dvised b'her druggist to ta ke Chamia
yerlain's ~tomach and Liver Tablets.
he did so and says, "1 find that they
iave done me a great deal of good. I
iave neverhad any suffering since I
egan using them." If troubled with
lyspepsia or indigestion why not take
;hese Tablets, get well. and stay well?
For sale by Obsar Drug Co.
The Real Question.
The Newberry Observer states
it this way: "Dispensary or no
iispensary. Whether it's noble
i the grapd old state of South
Darolina to debauch her citizens
with mean liquor and corrupt the
roundation of government with
the evils incident to the "Great
Mforal Institution," or by the
vetoes of her citizens to close up
ter dramshops and thus to end
them-that's the question.".
Jf you have kidney or bladder trou
ble and do not use Foley's JKidney Cure,
you will have 01nly yourself to blame
or resultsq, as it positively cures all
fors of kidney and bladder diseases.
Bola by McMaster C2o,
If we 'were to assemble all
those who have been cured of
heart disease by Dr. Miles'
Heart Cure, and who would
to-day be in their graves had
not Dr. Miles' been successful
in . perfecting this wonderful
heart specific, they would pop
ulate a large city.
W\hat a remarkable record
a breathing, thinking, moving
monument, composed of humm
lives,-that for "which everf
other earthly possessiton is sac
The Miles Medicral Co. re
ceive thousands of letters from
these people like the following:
"I feel indebted to the Dr. Mies
Heart Cure for my life. I d'esir to c:.il
the attenti:>n of others suffcring a:: I
art or a ong time Ia sufered
from shortness of brenti after any
litt exerin. pa1 itaton ft hc lQrt
that I would some tie drp dead upon
the street. One day I rend one of ym::r
circulars, and immiediatly went to
my druggist and purchard two bot
ties of the Heart Cure. and took it
according to directions. with the
esult that I am entirely 'ured. n~c'
ho hav heart troubl; tin eatI ln
itraveling advertisen..lorIt a
3. H. BUwMAN.
Manager of Lebanon Democrat,
Dr. Mites' Heart Curs is sold by
he first bote wlli eet g f ira t e 'l
he will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co,, Elldart, Ind
be Converted Into Casi
increase our business. Our buyer is at wo
ame time we are picking up bargains wherei
>ting values in every department, and it will
live within ioo miles of Columbia you canno
r store is always filled with the most desir
-y week a BARGAIN WEEK.
The trade in the Orient i
Our exports to Japan ai
during the last year.
There will soon be a trei
the trade of the Pacific C6a.
Big opportunities for the
Why not look the field over?
Only $62.50, Chicago to S
Angeles and return, May i,
29, 30,31, June i,August 6,
and 14, 1905. Tickets good f<
Rate for a double berth ij
ist sleeper from Chicago to
Angeles, Santa Barbara, an<
in California,only $7. Throu
Union Passenger Station, Cl
Union Pacific and Soutf
This is the route of The Overlar
Passenger Station, Chicago, 6.o5 p
Express at 10. 25 p. m. The Califori
sleeping cars to California every
through standard sleepers.
Complete information sent free
on receipt of coupon with blank
lines filled. Name___________
W. S. HOWEL L, Street address_____
Gen'l Eastern Agent, 381 Broadway,
NEW YORKC CITY, City
Genra A IenAgR, Probable destination___
To Cure a Cold J
Tnw Laxative Bromo QuininenT
seven Milso.boxessoldSn.,.t3m...s. TFhis sipi
A Name trptiktrtttefhlw
$5,000 a DayVLE
see thetgreat0BarnRate Bnele
show. Tofthe douord ofith
hi-m Mr.SBarnumLEid: "Gen
tiemeh, Mr.'Bainey t'ells me tha
my preseneelat thecentsofoanro
of the Barnumng Peaoplyscircu
hamlet;ate has becomepauhous
word troughot rounduntry
towheatifi oat to verisitgn~Rtevr o
reltie. n is ayl)Sk BATopaR Ecrrn vi.Ac
he stoped atKansasCTheto Sothrisn ail w
showTo e eitor of trip Rtet oe fols far
p lcaldaiie W~E, in~ ~for ecia occaion:
hl~mMr.Barum aid KGn oXUFFLL, TEN.-nn
my resnc atth pefOZD~l~e Ilus$10 orround tri
ofth Brnm& ieyCrCS O~NASHVI OTE.-Aco
Is ort $500 a a~ytothe tiolSunda SchoolVan
show ItthisIs rue t i y i ca Ju nsti2th-Jn 195
nametha Isso aluble Itis areplu 1905 aen fo
hamlt; ha becme houe Tcets fo saeoune 9
fia lA., June 3-2th.90
I wan doe fad us payent forer
and ewu~per ThSuHErnLE RaiC.ay
advertsing anmae man oher attrctie Mais
name orth ' inoation, Jonuln th-u
can't doat eton, S.r plu.S
You losemuch of herounWa atring
name onstatly efore~3inal E~ othet Lieagte
publicin ou colums. Roe on Watt Sln
l ys fle 7 Ratdevery ltoe
Socrmeiey suggistan End
Fnaytried ovetion .
~ A ~ ~.I A. ~ an leGran wo B.oP.le.
earsth. The indYouHaveAlwys Bugh i u s u $1.d Io aond triw
i~ttinall. Sldy choole(
rk in New York all
ier they are offered,
pay you to call and
t afford to miss ex
able stock in every
s opening up.
A China multiplied
nendous increase in
;t cities with the Far
man who lives there.
)an Francisco or Los
2, 3, 9, 10, I I, 12, 13, -
7, 8, 9, 10, I, 12, 13,
r return for 90 days.
i a comfortable tour
San Francisco, Los,
I many othex points
gh train service from
cago, via the
0 & St. Paul,
iern Paciflc Line
.d Limited, leaving Union
,in., and The California
ia Express Carries tourist
day. Both trains Carry
~iOne Day M
lsell round WILL B CONTNUD I
ag points- the future the same as in the past
in the old establishment in all its
Su mm er* deparments with a full stock of
28th, 1905.- Caskts, Burial Cases and Coffins
5 cents for constantly on hand, and use of
P e ab od y hearse when requested.
lerbilt Bib- Thankful for past patronage
.4th-AugustI and solicitous for a share in the
ar pi2 future, in the old stand.
anual Con- Calls attended to at all hours.
d Y. W. C.
trip. TRK IWITT Gall SHOP.
inaA- J. M. ELLIOTT. & CO.
y 2nd, 1905.,
wd will be
y and give
epu.0 THE I4ECE LOG BEAM
almetng SAW M IL L
Elks, July I ,,
las fre HEAcocK-KING FEED WORKS
nvet-n Exora4Zs AND BorLEES. WooDWoaIIWG
Rate one MACIrsZaR. CorrON GTsNINO,. Burex
roun tri MAINGw AND SHINoLE AND LaATN
roina tn MACur'ZRY. Cons MILL~S. ErO., ErC.
20, 22, 23, GIEBES MACHINERY Co..
Exteson Columbia, S. C.
ned by de- TH E Gi BBES SHNINGf~MAENE
. For full .Just What Evesy One Should Do.
3ket agent, Mr. J. T. Barber, of Irwinville, Ga.,
passenger Iatways keeps a bottle of Chamberlain 's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoa Remedy
---at hand ref or instant use. Attacks'
Iof colic, cer miorbus and diarrhea
comes on so suddenly that there is no
-th kidney tirne to hunts. doetur or ro to a store
Es," rites foar medicine. Mr. Barber says: "I
I, M. "I have tried Chamberlaia's Colic, Chol
I and doe- era and Diarrho-1 Remedy which is
is and tried i ne of the best medicines I ever saw. -4
inut relief. I keep a bottle of it in my room as T
dney Cure have hd several attacks of colie and
completely it ha proved to be the best medicine I
ound and eve used." For sale by Obear D:ug