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We have had the most extraordinar
We do not propose to have any dull
the year round buying the latest nove
as ready cash is always an incentive]1
see what we are doing for extending ti
amining our SACRIFiCE SUMMER O
department and that all our goods ar
J. L.M I
Now this is ''T"
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. 0. McKeown & Sons,
Cornwell, S. C.
WE RUN OUR BUSINESS
Every Day in the Year except Sunday.
WE CARRY A NICE LINE OF
Horses and Mules
THROUGH THE SUMMER MONTHS. W E NEVER CLOSE AT
THE END OF A SEASON.
OUR STOCK OF
BUGGIES and WAGONS
THE LARGEST IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
You can save your mileage and more by coming to Columbia.
GREG()RY-RHEA MULE COMPANY.
JNO. W. CONDER, Manager.
Plsai St..------------ -- -----COLI-U BIA, S. C.
A Carload in Stock
A. B. Cathcart.
Machinery Supply House for the State
WE SELL EVERYBODY.
Headquarters for EVERYTHING in MA CH INE RY SU PPLIFS.
All kinds of Injectors, Lubricators, Pipe, Valves, Fittings.
Supplies for Saw Mills, Oil Mrills and any one in Machinery business.
Large stock of Well Pumps and Cylinders. Giet our price.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY,
coLUtlBIA, s C. The Machinery supply house of the State.
Winthrop College 'Scholarships for Young
Scholarship and Entrance Women.
Examination. Of the 15 scholairshi i -nx i' a i i
The examination for the award ot College for Women-( lumiaili. M.C
vacant scholarships in 'Winthrop Col- -Ou'e Scholarship for four years' aca-*
lege and for the admission of new stu.. (demie wvord in College.
dents will be held at the County Court G ree'nville Female Colleg.e -On
House on Friday, July 7th, at 9 A. M. Scholarship of' free tuition for four
Applicants miust not be less than fifteen yen r's.
years of age. 'When scholarships aire Grieenville College for W omen-One
vacated after July 7, they will he Scholarship of free tuition for four
awarded to those making the highest yea rs. Special rates for miuilc.
average at the examination, provided Chicora College-Greenille, S. C.
they meet the conditions governingr One Schiolarship of free tuition for four
the award. Applicants for scholarships yearsi'.
should write to President Johusoni be- Th le South Carolina Kindergarten
foro the examination for scholarship Associationi Training School-Charles
appliction blanhs. toin,' . C.-One Scbolarship of free
Scolarships are worth $100 and free tuition for two yeais.
tuition. The next session will open Wm ithrop College-Rock Hill, S. C.
September 20, 1905. For further in.. -One Scholarship of free tuition.
formation and catalogue address iCon federate Home College-Charles
Pres. D. B. JOHNSON, ton. S. C.--One Scholarship of free
5-17td Rock Hill, S. C. tuition.
Cliilrord seminairy--Uiion, S. C.
One Scholarship of free tuition.
T~he examinations for these Scholar
1783.ot ~i~r1~tol, ~ ships will be held in each c'ounty July
1785., 190. ;;d. All applicants must file their
Charlstons. c.names before Jnne 2.5th with.
Charestn, S c.MISS ANNADORA BAER,
Entramte examinatitms will beC heldSte,
in the County Court House on Friday, ChrsS..
July 7, at 9 A. M. One Free Tuition
Scholarship to each county in South FnlDshre
Carolina awarded by the Conunt y Supe~r-________
intendent of Education and Judge of
Probate. Board and furnished room NoieiheeyivltatIwl
at Dormitory, $10 a month. All cani- apyt ) .BoEq.Jdeo
didates for admission are permitted soPoatt'rFiiedCutnth
compete for vacant Boyce 4chlolar'- thdyfJu.105at2o'lc
ships, which pay SIC0 a ycar. For A . o ia icag sgada
further information and catalogtue. ad-foKitRoM'astr
dress HARRISON RANDOLPH,JONWCAHAT
54lt resd tree~t Guarrdian.. C
of Dollars Wor
y Spring trade in the history
days in the summer as we w
[ties as soon as they arrive ir
to quick trading. We are n
ie purchashing power of your
FFERINGS AT SUMMER PR
e now marked down at such
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." 9-r. 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
excitedly 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 another one
was printed. The success of the!
Ledger was then established.
Ever after that time Mr. Bonner
was an ardent believer in adver
tising and a liberal purchaser of
It was a huge task, to under
take the cure of such a bad case
of kidney disease, as that of C. F.
Collier, of- Cherokee, Ia., but
Electric Bitters did it. He writes:
"My kidneys were so far gone, I
could not sit on a chair without
a cushion; and suffered from
dreadful backache,. headache, and y
depression. In Electric Bitters, $
however, I found a cure, and by E
them was restored to perfect I
health. I recommend this greatc
tonic medicine to all with weak i:
kidneys, liver or stomach. Guar- r
anteeed by McMaster Co., Obear
Drug Co. and John H. McMas- c
ter & Co., druggists; price 50c. t
-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 t
said: "Miss, 1 would like to get
copies of your papers for a week
back." "You had better try porous d
plasters,"she abstractedly replied. r
"You can get them just across ki
Dying of Famine al
is, in its torments, like dying of i
consumtion. The progress of
consumption, from the beginning
to the very end, is a long torture,
both to victim and friends. "When
I had consumption in its first
stage," writes Win. Myers, of hi
Oearfoss, Md., "after trying differ- n
ent medicines and a good doctor, t
in vain, I at last took Dr. K ing's 2
New Discovery, which quickly hi
and perfectly cured me." Prompt Il
relief and sure cure for coughs, 2
colds, sore throat, bronchitis, etc. Ia
Positively prevents pneumnonia. hi
Guaranteed at McMaster Co.'s, b
Obsar Drug Co.'s and John H. R
McMaster & Co.'s drug stores, n
price 50c. and $1.00 a bottle. W
Trial bottle free. 4
Found a Cure for Dyspepsia.
Mrs. S. Lindsay, of Fort William,
Ontario, Canada, who has suffered
quite a Inmber of years from dyspep
ma and great pains in the stomiach, was
1derisb her druggist to take Chamn
bransStomach anid Liver Tablets.
She did so and says, "I1 find that they
have done me a great deal of good. I
have never had any suffering since I
began using thenm." If troubled with
dyspepsia or indigestion why not take I
these Tablets, get~ well and stay well?|
For sale by Obear Drug Co.N
Et hel: "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
The laxative effect of Chamberlain's
Stomachi and Liver Tablets is so agree-,
able and so natural that you do not
realize it is the effect of a mnedic!ine.
For sale by Obear Drug Co.
siiA Big Lot of Paper Bags
just received at The News and
Has Stood the Test 25 Years. jPre
The old, original GROVE'S Tasteless A.
Chill Tonic. You know what you are istra
taking. It is iron and quinine in a 'dee
insto eeom. No cnre. no nay. 5Sc. 6
th of Goods t(
of our business career.
ill utilize every resource tc
i this countryland at the s
ow offering the most temr
hard=earned cash. If you
ICES. Remember that yu
lose prices as to make evei
When your head aches, there
is a storm in the nervous sys
tem, centering in the brain.
This irritation produces pain
in the head, and the turbulent
nerve current sent to the stom
ach causes nausea, vomiting.
This is sick headache, and
is dangerous, as frequent and
prolonged attacks weaken the
brain, resulting in loss of
memory, inflammation, epi
lepsy, fits, dizziness, etc.
Allay this stormy, irritated,
aching condition by taking
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills.
They stop the pain by sooth
ing, strengthening and reliev
ing the tension upon the nerves
-not by paralyzing them, as
do most headache remedies.
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills do
not contain opium, morphine,
chloral,cocaine or similar drugs.
"Sick headache Is hereditary In my'
family. My father suffered a great
deal, and for many years I have had
spels that were so severe that I was
unable to attend to ny business affairs
ror a day or so at Z time. During a
very severe attack of headache, I took
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills and they
e leved me almost Immediately. Since
thcn I take them when I feel the spell
coming on and It stops it at once."
JOHN J. McERLAIN.
Pres. S. B. Eng. Co., South Bend, Ind.
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are sold by
your druggist, who will guarantee that
the first package will benefit. If It
falls he will return your money.
25 doses, 25 cents. Never sold in bulk.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
The Real Dangers.
"The question as to whether a
oung man, whose salary is only
.15 a week should own i dressi
uit, is being threshed out in the'
ewspaper and the subject is dis
ussed as if it were of national
His owning a dress suit is not
f so much importance as the
ime he fools away in wearing it,
be false notions he imbibes in
ping the rich and the bad habits
e contracts while associating
rith others who live beyond
beir means.-Chester Lantern.
Was Wasting Away.
"I have been troubled with kidney
isease for the last five years," writes
obert R. Watts, of Salem, Mo. "I1
st flesh and never felt well and doec
red with leading physicians anid tried
I remnedizes suggested without relief.
inally I tried" Foley's Kidney Cure
id less than two bottles .completely
ired mec ard I amn now sound and
eli." Sold by McMaster Co.
Eleven hundred acres of land, six
indred and sixty acres situate in the
>rthern part of Richland Counmy and
.e remainder adjoining in Fairfield
>unty, lying on the waters of Rice
id Twenty-fiye-Mile Creeks. One
mndred acres thereof* being bottom
nds on Rice Creek, fine for pasture
id corn, sixty acres of which are in
itivation, and forty acres of bottom
nd on Twenty-five-Mile Creek. Eight
mdred acres of this land is well tim
red with pin~e and oak. and is within
ur miles of the Seaboard Air Line
silway and three miles from the
wrest station on the Southern Ramil- y'
ty, and about five miles from Bly the- tl
od. There are three tenant houses
ithe premises. aI
For tennms of sale apply to Messrs. S
%gsdale & Dixon, Attorneys-at-Law,
innsboro, S. C., or Dr, J1. J. Robert: cl
n, Blythewood, S. C. Titles guaran- P1
d and termis of sale easy.
JOHN T. SLOAN, n
1223 Law Range, sc
>-21-4w Columbia, 8. C. a:
YOUR LIFE WITH THE
lillNAL L INSURlANCE
OF VERMONT. . t
"NOT TilE BIGGEST,
BUT ThE BEST."
ORGAN IZED IN 1550.
HiUGH S. WYLIE, ih
OIStrict Mariager; go
Winnsboro, S. C.C
Final Discharge. J
otice is hereby given, that I wiil p
ly to D. A. Broom, Esq., Judge of
bate for Fairfield County, on the
i day of July, 190-->, at 10 o'clock
NI., for a fin al discharge as admain
Stor of the estate of S. R. .Johnston,
eased. S. C. JOH NSTON,
28-it Ardministrator. 42
uyer is at work in N(
.rgains wherever they
it, and it will pay you
bia you cannot afford 1
ie most desirable sto4
b i a, S. C
where the climate is mil
ippressed by stress of v
lost by mere conflict v
in a region where the
equal area in the world
a fine opportunity to get
where, with a minimun
f grapes and small frui
nds, alfalfa and grain, wl
ital easily finds profitabl<
a, where both health an
D, Union Po
5 to the Pacific Coast,
1y via this line, over ti
Chicago and the Miss
ad-trip rates are in
:r to various Pacific 4
vay tickets Will be on
hich give an unusual c
ainimum of expense.
acted excursions are opera
d Portland without chang<
Leeping car from Chicago co
i Pacific Ralh
W. B. KNISKERN,
P. T. M. C. & N.-W. Ry., Chicago,
Pleasemail feto my addess Cai
a Cold in O
ALL PURPOSES SHIPPED
................$2.00 per dozen
valley....$1.00 to $1.50 per dozen
.............50c. to 75c. per dozen
ts, Baekets or Boxes of
tty Mixed Flowers.....$1.50 up
We make a specialty of
ie Wedding Work.
is when you wish anything in
BULBS OR SEEDS.r
COLUMBIA, S. C.
ok as good as new if you
~ve it cleaned and pressed.
repared to do the work for
the most reasonable prices
;uarantee satisfaction. By
your suit cleaned and
i it will look ever so much
all the while and will last
~h longer. If you have not
2 the habit of having your
pt in good order, begin it
dsee how much satisfact
re will be in the improved
>f the suit and in its longer
live me a trial.
W. Bolse Durham.
Now ! la
SIA CFEATV RUSINESS (Co1
s allowingL a SPECIA L DI-. ti
.Enter, taike advantage of
andl be prepared for a posi-;
en the fall business opens.
espondence answered lpromlpt
M. H. BOWEN, Principal,
> be Converted 1i
increase our business. Our b
ame time we are picking up ba
ting values in every departmei
live within ioo miles of Colum
r store is always filled with t1
y week a BARGAIN WEEK.
o 0., C o I u n
Do you want to live
where labor is never c
animal vitality is nevex
Do you want to livc
varied than in any othei
of great ranches affords
will assure you a comr
Do you want to live
grow profitable crops o
olives, prunes and almo
business is good and cap
Then go to Californi
is the most direct rout
fast through trains da
track railway between
Special low rou
throughout the summi
colonist low rate one-'
tember and October, w
to make the trip at a n
Daily and personally cond
Francisco, Los Angeles, an
berth in a Pullman tourist s:
Chicago & North'
FILL IN THIS COUPON
AND MAL IT TO-DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo
Seven Million boxes sold In past 32 months.
Iandsome Jewelry H
Your vacation time is near; don't
>U need some fresh new Jewelry for
Shirt waist sets in gold, gold filled' i
id silver are quite popular this season. Write
Iver buckle pins, three-piece sets,
c.; same, gold filled and also enam
ed, $1.00; numerous other designs,
With tihe summer weather and low
ick dresses comies the necessity for
me neck ornament. A nick locket
id chain is always suitable. Solid
oild Chains from $3.50 to $8.00. Solid --
ald Lockets $5.00 and up. WVe have
me beauties in Gold Lavaliere Chains,
ith Amethyst, Tourmnaline and Pearl
ndants, ranging in prica from S$8.50) will iO
$14.00. Also have them in gold will ha
led from $4.50 to $i8 50. These are. I am
ry handsome and stylish. Neck
ads are also in vogue. Solid Gold you at
3ads $1.5.00 and up. Gold Filled and I
-ads $3.25 to $5.50. French Pearl 50c. having
$5.00. Enamel Torquoise :35c., 50c. es
$2.50. Real Amber $1.50. b e
Souvenirs. suit he
'offee Spoons $1.00 to $1.75. Tea looks<
oons with Capitol building in bowl wear.(
d Seal of South CIarolina on tf.
ndle $1.50 to $2.75. Brooches, Hat . .
:1s and Chatalaine Watch Pins, with
11 of the State of South Carolina in
lored Enamels ..price 50.0. to $1.75.
-fave you a copy of our illustrated:
alogue of staple goods, viz.: Watches,
relry, Silverware, Cut Glass, etc. TH E
Hi. LACH ICOTTE & CO. thiis one
flain Street, Columbia, . . .
,w York all
to call and
'o miss ex
:k in every
I the year round
reather, and where
resources are more
where the division
a small farm that
i of labor, you can
t, oranges, lemons,
iere crops are sure,
I opportunity await
and there are two
ie famous double
effect via this line
.Past points, and
sale during Sep
hance for settlers
ted through to San
h, on which a double
sts only $7.00, via theI
n Pacific and
mania boolets, maps and full
WILL BE CONTINUJED IN
the future the same as in the past
in the old establishment in all its
departments with a full stock of
Caskets, Burial Cases and Coffins
constantly on hand, and use o
hearse when requested.
Thankful for past patronage
and solicitous for a share in the
Eture, in the old stand.
Calls attended to at all hours.
TRH EIOTTf GIN SHOP.
J. M. ELLIOTT & Co.
THE HECE L.OC SEAM
HEACOCK-KtNG FEED WORKS
ENGINES AND) BoILERs. WooDWOaWNuG -
)IACHINERY. CoT-roN Gr-NNIo. BrcK
MAKING AND S H zNGLE AND Litu
MACmIzar. ConN~ MILLts. Ero.. ETa.
GIEBES M~ACHINERY Co..
Coloimbia, S. C.
THE GIBBES SHINGL.E MACHINE
Just What Eveay One Should Do.f
Mr. J. T. Barber, of Irwinville, Ga.,
~ways keeps a bottle of Chamberlain's
elic, Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy
hand ready for instant use. Attacks
colie, cholera miorbus and diarrhcea
>me on so suddenly that there is no
me to hunt a doctor or go to a store
r medicine. Mr. Barber says: "I
ive tried . Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
-a and Diarrho i. Remedy which' is
ie of the best me dicines I ever saw.
keep a bottle of it in my room as I
ive had several attacks of colie and
has proved to be the best medicine I
Ter used." For sale by Obear Drug