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We have had the most extraordinary 5
We do not propose to have any dull da:
the year round buying the latest novelti(
as ready cash is always an incentive jto i
see what we are doing for extending the
amining our SACRIFiCE SUMMER OFF
department and that all our goods are 11
J. L.M I
Now this is "IT."
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,
Corrwell, 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. WE NEVER CLOSE AT
THE END OF A SEA SON.
.-OUR STOCK OF
BUGGIES and WAGONS
THE LARGEST IN SOUTH CARLINA.
You can save your mileage and more by comning to Columbia.
GREGORY-RHEA MULE COMPANY.
JNO. W. CONDER, Manager.
Pi e S - - -- ------ _ _ OL U NlEBA, S. C.
A Carload in Stock
A. B. Cathcart.
Machinery Supply House for the Statt
WE SELL EVERYBODY.
Headquarters for EVERYTHING in MACH INER SU PPLIFS.
All kinds of Injec:tors, Lubricators, Pipe, \ alvs ,Mathin-rgs in.
Larg sock ofePms an-yines (et ou pr-e
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPAtNY,
coLUflBIA, s C. The Machinery supply H ous:: of thze State.
IT IS A FACT!Smm .
STATE OF .'OUTHF CAilOLINA,
That a successful business can only
pomp serviceug ond ndefaia at- COURTr OE COMMON PLEAS.
tention to detail-. .T ates n .W ate
That no permanent success was ever LT a tle nd I.-m Mntthe
atained through trickery and subter- R. a ts &otrIe on h Plirmntife
ThAt quality winls first. last and against
always, and that mianufaceturers pro- 11exander Bell, Defendant.
duce different classes of Pianos.
That there are somne Pianos much op SuunuIouis, for Relief. Conmplai
better than others. Filed.
That it is our policy never to nus-. To the Defendant above-namted:
represent anything, nor allow our sales- Yon are hereby summuoned and1
men to do so. ie oase h opan nt
That we know that this is a good ejtion,~ tof awrchhe copa in ei
policy, because through strict attention ervedI uo whic, an top shere i
to these methods, our business con ofr~ uyour nr to e a cop
tinues to grow rapidly. In -, he sbscrbr to the ir Omee, No.t
That it means a good deal to you Bak~ Rangeiesa hinn ro S , Not
to know in advancethatthereputtioInk anet dayisro, e sericehe
of our line of pianos has been~ esta twnt idivs f theofs servihr
ished from 6.5 to s2 years. - andifi yofai tdof asuch trhepa
That there is one in Columbia usedan wifin'fthe tm anforad the onplal
at least forty years, and the town qua- thin thei a oreswidapl the pt
it shows no evidence of going out of tiur for thato rell deanded to t
business. C.r o h eie eaddi
That the pianos you will secure from enpalt
Malone's Musie House will be the best DttdJne2rA .TO.
ihat we, with years of experience m ,S V 1.D1~AS
choosng the best, can buy. Paiits tony
For Catalogue, prices and termls. oteasn efnat xn
Address wihtefrgigi oy n
M ALO N E"'S cmliti hsato a ie
Columbia, S. C. rddyo.nn,1.
G-Si S. & W. P. DOUG LASS,
PIANS AD OGAN. jPlaintitrs' Attorneys.
f Dollars Worl
pring trade in the history
(s in the summer as we wi
:s as soon as they arrive in
uick trading. We are n4
purchashing power of your I
ERINGS AT SUMMER PR
ow marked down at such c
M N A U
THE POUI.TRY INDUSTRy.
Some Interest ing Information From
Quite interesting are the facts
that are gathered from the poul
try bulletin that has been issued
by the agriculture department at
The barnyard fowls which are
regarded by most farmers as a
very insignificant part of .their
stock, And yet, althought so of
ten neglected and forced to shift
for themselves, the poultry and
egg crop constitutes in the ag
regate one of the most impor
tant and valuable products of
America. The conditions of this
country are such that the poul
try industry is capable of indef
inite expansion, and therefore
able to meet any demands that
may be made upon it either by
home or foreign markits.
The kind of chickens to be
kept upon a farm depends almost
as much upon the kind of man
who manages them as upon any
I other condition. There are no
birds which stand neglect better
than the common, mongrel barn
yard fowl, for these have lived and
developed under unfavorable
conditions and are accustomed
to shift for themselves. They
are generally hardy, vigorous,
and yield a fair return in eggs
or as table poultry.
For farmers who desire fowls
more particulary for egg pro
duction, the Leghorns, Minorcas
and Spanish are to be recommend
ed. The birds of these breeds
are smaller, more active, and
greater foragers than the Ply
month Bock or Wyandottes,
and as layers they are unsurpass
ed. Should it be desirable, on
the other hand, to raise heavier
birds than the Plymouth Rocks,
then return to the Asiatic breeds,
which include the Brahmnas,
Cochins and Langshans.
For chickens of these fine
breeds, a house somewhat sepa
rated from the other farm build
ings, but near enough to the
barnyard so that they can spend
part of their time scratching fo
waste grains, will get better re
suts than by letting them run~
where they please.
Chickens where raised in con
nection with a market garden o1
truck farm are greatly beneflted
if fed the leavings, such as waste
lettuce, small heads of cabbage
the unsold beets, carrots and
potatoes, the peas, corn, whici
cannot be marketed for any rea
sons, the waste of the small fruits
dried clover roots and any othea
The average weight of eigb
breeds given below may be in
creased if fed the above namet
Plymouth Rocks. ....9 7
IWyandottes.....-.-..- 8 6
Light Brahmas..... 12 9
Dark Brahmas........ 11 8
Cochins.... ... ... 11 8
?angshans.......... 10 8
\iinorcas..., ....... 8 6
spanish........... 8 6
When Other fledicines have Failed
Take Foley's Kidney Cure. It h:
ued wvhen everything else has disa:
p jointed. Sold by McMaster Co.
Read H-er old Bible to Pieces.
Huff's chaurch, Pa.-One of tI
nost notable Bible readersi
Pennsylvania is Mrs. Abiga
S Knetz, who in 1817 was born a
a farmii near her present hon
not far from here. In 1847 sI
broke her arm, and while it wa
mending she took to the assidi
i ous study of a German Bible sh
had bought two years earlier.
Since then she has read thi
e- particular Bible, from fly-leaf
h finish, thirty-four times, and he
y worn it out, though preservii
t it as a precious keepsake.
S new Bible had enabled her t
f, complete the thirty-fifth readin
e; of the Scriptures. She remen
a bers the time when, 7 years<
be age, she and almost all h<
e neighbors, adults and childre:
had to go to church barefoot.
er Good for Stomach Trouble and Col
e "Chmbrlain's Stomach and Liv
eTablets have done me a great deal
n good," says C. Towns, of Rat Portag
be ntari, Canada. "Being a mild ph
le ie heaftr ffetsare not unpleasar
and I can recommend them to all wl
suffer irom stomach disorder." F
ale nObar Drug Co.
Lh of Goods to
of our business career.
11 utilize every resource to i
this countryland at th, sai
>w offering the most te pt!
hard-earned cash. If y u li
ICES. Remember that ur
lose prices as to make e ery
GH & C
A Word for Books.
Books are the voices of tb e
distant and the dead, and mak
us heirs of all ages. The tru
university of these days is a col
lection of books. They contai
the garnered wisdom of all tim
By their meaus the poorest me
cani sit at the feet of the world',
greatest teachers and learn th
lessons of their noblest love.
TLey are the windows throug
which the soul looks out. A home
without books is like home with
out windows. Let us pity those
pcor rich men who live barrenly
in great bookless houses. Let
us congratulate the poor that,
in our day, books are so cheap.
A library is not a luxury; how
m ny homes are splendidly fur
nished with everything but books.
T:2ere are costly carpets, sump
tuous furniture, tables laden
with all the luxuries of life, every
thing that will pamper the body,
w bile the soul is starved for lack
of knowledge. Small wonder
that persons bred in such sur
roundings are dwarfed in mind,
narrow in thought, occupied
with petty amusements or small
scandal or silly tittle tattle.
Books give, wings to the soul.
They enable it to soar above the
sordid cares of life, to rise into
t'ae eternal sunlight of the Hills
of God. Read the writings of
t be great poets and sages of our
race. Of Dante and Milton,
vrho reveal the woes of the nether
vorld and the joys of Paradise:
of the myraid minded Shake
speare, who portrays the human
soul in the great crisis of fate,
who reflects its love and long
ing, its' agony and despair; of
Tennyson and Lowell, who voice
life's loftiest aspirations and
ilothe in "thoughts that breathe
and words that burn" its highest
and holiest truths; of Longfellow
and Timrod, with their love of the
oeautiful, the true and good.
Above all, for both instruction
and inspiration, for guidance in
life's lowliest walks, and up lift
ing in its highest flight, is the
word of God. In this divine
oracle the most High reveals
his will to man in words so sim
ple that the little child can
understand; yet are there in them
depths of wisdom which the 'wis
est philosphers cannot fathom.
Taeat Your Kidneys. for Rheumatism.
When you are suffering from rheu
matism, the kidneys must be attended
-to at once so that they will eliminate
the uric acid from the blood. Foley's
Kidney Cure is the most effective rem
edy for this purpose. R. T. Hopkins,
of Polar, Wis., says, "After unsuccess
fully doctoring three years for rheuma
-tism with the best doctors, I tried
Foley's Kidney pure and it cur-ed me.
I cannot speak too highly of this great
medicine." It purifies the blood by
stainng out im~purities and tones up
the whole system. Cures kidney and
bladder troubles. Sold by McMaster
DWA Big Lot of Paper Bags
just received at The News and
Every pain in the breast, dif
ficult breathing, palpitation,
fluttering or dizzy spell rmeans
e that your heart is strainig it
a self in its effort to keep in
jniotion, This is dangerous.
SSome sudden strain from over..
exertion or excitement wvill
bcompletely exhaust the nerves,
or rupture the wails or arteries
of the heart, and it wiltl stop.
SRelieve this terrible strain at
once with Dr. Miles' Heart
Cure. It invigorates and
strengthens the hbart nerves
and muscles, stimulates the
i heart action, and relieves the
"pain and misery.
ATake no chances; make your
l eart strong and ';igorous with
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
2i suffered terribly with heart dis
ease. I have been treated by
different physicians for. my trouble
thout reuls,I went toa.e phsi
had -rops of nethe heart. li ut
- with his medicine he came near mak
ing a finish of me. Some ~time, before
this a Mr. Young, of St. Louis. was
ndourecommended Dr Mies ondtn
r- Curtio me.retu ave ~t litl attention
I concluded to try it, and am pleased
rto say threeC bote Esure edOI.
of Ca.ruthersville. Mo.
Dr.' Miles' Heart Cure is sold by
Y he first bottle will beefit.rn if it al
it he will refund your mroney.
to Miles Medical Co.., Elkhart, Ind
be Converted Into Cac
crease our business. Our buyer is at v
ne time we are picking up bargains whet
ng values in every department, and it wi
e within ioo miles of Columbia you cani
store is always filled with the most de,
week a BARGAIN WEEK.
0., C oIumb ia,
Do you want to live where the cl
where labor is never oppressed by
animal vitality is never lost by me
Do you want to live in a regior
varied than in any other equal area
of great ranches affords a fine oppo
will assure you a competence?
Do you want to live where, witi
grow profitable crops of grapes ar
olives, prunes and almonds, alfalfa,,
business is good and capital easily fi
Then go to California, where bc
The Chicago, Un
is the most direct route to the P
fast through trains daily via this
track railway between Chicago '
Special low round-trip .
throughout the summer to vari<
colonist low rate one-way ticket
tember and October, which give ;
to make the trip at a minimum o:
Daily and personally conducted excur
Francisco, Los Angeles, and Portland
berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car:i
Chicago & North-WestE
W. B. KNISKE
P. T. M. C.
Please mal f
FILL IN THIS COUPON
AND MAIL IT TO-DAY.
To Cure a Col
at'Laxative Bromo Qinin
Mimain bans seat Inpot 3a months. This
H ndsomeJewelry~ DggI
FOR THE FOR ALL PURP
S M M R. Carnations........
Roses. ..... .......
____ ____ ___Lily of valley....$1.
pretty Mixed F
Yo r vacation time is near; don't wemka
you eed some fresh new Jewelry for Wemka
Sh rt waist sets in gold, gold filled ineW
and s ver are quite popular this season. Write us when yol
Sve- buckl ep ins, three-peceeats,FoWR
eld, 1.00 numerous other designs, BULBS 01R
plain nd lancy, 50c. to $.5.0,n
Wi h the summer weather and low- PI1 TTT
neck resses conies the necessity for LIE..Li(
some neck ornament. A nick locket COLUM]
and c ain is always suitable. Solid ________
Goild 'hains from $30 to $8.00. Solid T-A
Gold ockets $5.00 and up. We have
some b uties in Gold Lavaliere Chains, -
with . methyst, Tourmaline and Pearl will look as good
penda ts, ranging in prica from $8.50 will have it cleai
to $14. 00. Also have them mn gold
filled romi $4.530 to $6 50. These are I am prepared t<
very andsome and stylish. Neck you at the most:
beads re also in vogue. Solid Gold and I guaanee
Beads $15.00 and up. Gold Filled gurne
Beads -.25 to$5.50. French Pearl50c. having your si
to $5. Enamel Torquoise 35c., 50c. pressed it will k
to $2.5 Real Amber $1.50. better all the wi
so much longer.
been in the habi
.ovnis suit kept in goo<
Souvmrs-now and see hor
ion there will be
looks of th"e suit
Coffee Spoons $1.00 to $1.75. Tea wear. Give me a
Spoons vith Capitol building in bowl t
and S ' 1 of South Carolina on - ,
handle 1.50 to $2.75. Brooches, Hat
Pins an Chatalaine Watch Pins, with
Seal of t e State of South Carolina in N C
Colored namnels....price 50c. to $1.75.
Have ou a copy of our illustrated ..
otalogu of staple goods, viz.: Watches,
Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass, etc. TH E MA CFEA
,LEG E is allowing
ACM ICTTE & COUNT. Enter,
P. H. AC CTE&CO. this ofrer, and be:
tion when the fall
M1. H. B(
24'Ian Street, Columbia, S. c.
ork in New York all
ever they are offered,
I pay you to call and
iot afford to miss ex=
irable stock in every
imate is mild the year round
stress of weather, and where
re conflict with cold?
where the resources are more
in the world, where the division
tunity to get a small farm that
a minimum of labor, you can
d small fruit, oranges, lemons,
md grain, where crops are sure,
ids profitable investment?
th health and opportunity await
ion Pacific and
tcific Coast, and there are two
line, over the famous double
.nd the Missouri River.
at es are in effect via this line
)us Pacific Coast points, and
*s will be on sale during Sep
an unusual chance for settlers
sions are operated through to San
without change, on which a double
rom Chicago costs only $7.00, via the
rn, Union Pacific and
& N.W. Ry., Chicago, 111.
re to my address, California bookleti, miaps and fl
rning rates ad train service.
d in One Day o
I V 1 iiii WILL BE CONTINUED IN .
_______the future the same as in the past
SES SHIPPED in the old establishment in all its
VHERE.departments with a full stock of
HERE.Caskets, Burial Cases and Coffins
.........7c. dozen constantly on hand, and use of
...$2.00 per dozen, hearse when requested.
3to $1.50 per dozen' Thankful for past patronage
c. to 75c. per dozen .and solicitous for a share in the
r Boxes of future, in the old stand.
lowers.....s.0 up Calls attended to at all hours.
pe ty of
iwish anything in: J. M. ELLIOTT & CO.
PLANTS, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
las new ifyo
aed and pressed.'
do the work for
oit cleaned and
ok ever so much
iie and will last ITHE "BOSS" COTTON PRESS!
If you have not SiMPLEST. STRONGEST, BEST
.tof having your THE MUKA G sNIN SYT
much satisfact- GIBBES McINERY CO.
in the improved1 coi,.ombia, s. c
and in its longer ..
trial. --.-__ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ _
Bose Durham. Final Discharge.
Notice is hereby given that I will
apply to D. A. Broom, Esqj., Judge of
- Probate for Fairfield County, on the
*'0th day of .July. 1905, at 12 o'clock
TU[N ESS~ CO'r. M.. for a~ Ifinidischa~rge as guardian
PC I ])S. for Kitt .1io~ Mc elat'rHCRT
pareard for a posi- .:4 Guardian.
answered prompt- .. g m . z A .
Bears ~ iie Emd You Hane Always Bought
)EN, Principal. Signatus,
Columbia, S. C.j of