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Machinery for ti
Your old machir
Your buildings pr(
By using Iron R
W. 0. McK
WE RUN 0
Every Day in the
THROUGH THE SUMMER 3
THE LARGEST I
You can save your mileage and i
JNO. W. CC
Plain St.,- -----
Headquarters for EVERYTHING
All kinds of Injectors, Lubrieators
Supplies for Saw Mills, Oil Mills at
Large stock of Well Pumps and C5
COLUMBIA, S C. The N
IT IS A FACT
That a successful business can on
be attained through honest dealin
prompt service, and indefatigable a
tention to detail.
That no permanent success was ev,
attained through triekery and subte
That quality wins first, last at
always, and that manufacturers pr
duce different classes of Pianos.
That there are some Pianos muc
better than others.
That it is our policy never to mi
represent anything, nor allow our sale
men to do so.
That we know that this is a goc
policy, because through strict attentic
.to these methods, our business co:
tinues to grow rapidly.
That it means a good deal to yc
to know in advance that the reputatic
of our line of pianos has been estal
lished from 65 to 82 years.
That there is one in Columbia use
at least forty years, and the town qua
ity shows no evidence of going, out
That the pianos you will secure froi
MLalone's Music House will be the be
Ihat we, with years of experiencei
ceboosing the best, can buy.
'or Catalogue, prices and terms,
M ALON E'S
Columbia, S. C.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
HENRY L. SNYDER, L L. D.,
T wo degrees, A. B. and A. M. Foui
courses leading to the A. B. Degree
Departments-Ethics and1 Astron
amy, Mathematics, Physics and Geolc
g y, Biology and Chemistry, Latin
Greek, English, German and French
History and Economies. Library an<
Librarian. The WV. E. Burnett gym
nasium under a competent director
1. B. Cleveland Science Hall. Ath
letic grounds. Course of lectares b'
the ablest men on the platform. Rar
musical opportunitics. Next Session
Board from $8 to $16 a month. Fo
Catalogue or other information, ad dres:
J. A. GAMEWELL, Secretary,
Spartanburg, S. C
Wofford College Fitfing
Three new brick buildings. Steam
heat and electric lights.
Head Master, four Teachers anc
Matron live in t be buildings.
Situated on the WVoftord Campus.
Students take a regular course in the
College Gymnasium, and have aecce*
to the College Library.
$115.00 pays for board, tuition and
all fees. Sons of Methodiist ministerk
do not pay tuition. Next session be
gins September 20.
For Catalogue, etc., address
A. MASON DuPRE,
7-19 Spartanburg, S. C.
785 Cal~ fcirotl. 1905
Charleston, S, C.
th Year Begins September 29.
ers, Seience, Engineeri n . One(
hip giving free tuition to each
in South Carolina. Tuition
rd and furnished room in
$10 to $12 a month. All
for admission are permitted
for vacant Boyce 'scholar
ay $100 a year. For cata
ie Coming season.
or second hand we have it.
ery thoroughly overhaule
an fix it good as new.
Bristles and Twine.
ave a full stock.
>tected from fire.
oofing. We handle the best
eown & Sons,
/eII, S. C.
Year except Sunday.
A NICE LINE OF
IONTHS. WE NEVER CLOSE AT
OF A SEA SON.
N SOUTH CAROLINA.
nore by coming.to Columbia.
t MULE COMPANY.
- - - COLJMBIA, S. C.,
House for the State
in MACHINERY SUPPLIFS.
Pipe, Valves, Fittings.
d any one in Machinery business.
linders. Get our price.
achinery Supply House of the State.
1Su m mons.
ST ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
g, COUNTY OF FALRFIELD.
t-COURT OE COMMON PLEAS.
er: R. T. Matthews and R. W. Matthews,
r-as copartners under he firm name oi
R. T. Matthews & bon, Plaintiffs,
Alexander Bell, Defendant.
h Copy Summons, for Reli ef. Comnplaint
You are hereby summoned and re
d quired to answer the complaint in this
n action, of which a copy is herewith
1- served upon you, and-to serve a copy
of your answer to the said complaint
uon the subscribers at their office, No. 2
n Bank Range, Winnsboro, 5, C., within
twenty days after the service hereof,
exelusive of the day of such service;
d and if you fail to answer the complaint
1- within the time aforesaid, the plain
ftiff in this action will apply to the
Court for the relief dema~nded in the
iDated June 23rd, A. D). 190~5.
ni A, S. & W. D). DOUGL ASS,
To thle absent, Defendant, Alexander
Take notice, that the summons, of
which the foregoing is acopy, and the
complaint in this action was filed in
the offiee of the Clerk of Court of Corn
mon Pleas for Fairfield County on the
23rd day of June, 1905.
A.S. & W. D. DOUGL ASS,
6-28-f0t Plainitiff's' Attorneys.
South Carolina Military
[OFFrCE OF THlE CHIAIR.\AN
-, BOAIR)D0OF VISITlORS.
CHAR LE STJN. S. C., JUE uG. 1205
i One v:ac''v la a .S:,tte lH tieium
.1 examinario, exj:-t i, I' irii,; .1
at once froan Coel. (: s ( \ I)Sai:r
the County Sup8e lrinlrtmle, ,f~ !'*.
laihads. of~ the (Chai ,rman on' Juil 31, I ii
ordler (o re(cive cons.i-lfr:t !ion.
(Sgned) ('. S. UAlDRDEN
*7-1l2-30t Chairma n Boa rd obf Vjijitar
YOUR LIFE WITH THE
NATIONAL LIF INMIIANl
"NOT THlE BIGGEST,
BUT THlE IEST.''
ORGANJIZEED IN 1550.
HUGH S. WYLIE,
KWinnsbhnon S. C.
How Prohibition was Killed.
Senator Tillman's memory when
he remarks, "Then, men are
indifferent, as they were in the
prohibition election in 1892, when
only 60,000 out of ',92,000 voters
voted in that box," is greatly at
fault. The number of votes cast
for candidates for office in the
primary of 1892 was 88,474,
nearly 4,000 less than the figures
which the Senator hasgiven. On
the other hand, in the Prohibi
tion box 70,536 votes were cast,
and of these 40,238 votes were
for Prohibition, and 30,197 against
it. At that time there were 35
counties in the State, 27 of which
gave an agg:!egate majority of 15,
936 votes for Prohibition which
eight counties gave an aggregate
of 5,797 against it. The net
majority for prohibition in the
State was 10,141.
Senator Tillman's figures would
make it appear that the vote on
the temperance question fell 32.
000 short of the vote for Demo
cratic cndidates, whereas it
actually did fall short less than
18,000. In other words, the
senator blundered to the extent
of about 14,000 votes.
The opponents of prohibition
have persistently repeated the
story that the people generally,
took little interest in the tem
perance vote in 1892, and the
gentlemen in the General Assem
bly who violated the contracts
with the prohibition. majorities
of their counties by voting for the'
whiskey traffic as an amendment i
to the Childs bill have labored to:
silenee their own consciences as:
well as the protestations of their
constituents by encouraging the
impression that this vote was
The truth is, the vote on the
temperance question in the 1892
primary was remarkably large.
We doubt if on any question of
policy not personified by a candi
date so large a vote has been cast
ir. this State within a quarter of
a century, if ever. Compare, for
example, the vote on the amend
ments to the Constitution submit
ted to the people last year, and
it will be found that the tem
peranee vote of 1892 was far
The truth is that the prohibi
tionists in 1892, asking a fair field
and no favor, won their fight by
a decisive majority in an election
at which more than seven-ninths
of the white Democrats, as meas
ured by the vote for Governor,
participated. A few months later
they were buncoed out of the
fruits of their victory; but-that
is another story.-News and Cou
Bent Her Dosble.
''I knew no one, for four weeks.
when 3. was sick with typhoid
and kidney trouble," writes'Mrsi.
Annie Hunter, of Pittsburg, Pa.:
"and when I got better, although1
I had one of the best doctors 1]
could get, I was bent double, and
had to rest my hands on my
knees when I walked. From this
terrible affliction I was rescued
by Electric Bitters, which re
stored my health and strength,
and now I can walk as straight as
ever. They are simply wonder
ful." Guaranteeed to cure stom
ach, live$! and kidn~ey disrders;
at McMaster Co.'s, Obear Drug
Co.'s and John H. McMaster A;:
Co.'s drug stores; price 50c.
Good? The officer in charge a
of a coolie supply train in the Ja- a
panese army was called before the 1
General to be commended for hia
conduct in the battle of Yalu.
The General invited him to drink
a glass of wine with him. This
was a very great honor in mii
tary eyes, but the soldier declin -
ed, saying he was a Christiani
and did not drink, and asked to.
be allowed to- take tea instead.-.
raeat Your Kidneys for Rheumatism.
When you are suffering from rhet:
mxatismn, the kidneys must be attendel
to at ence so that they wvill eliminate
the uric acid from the blood. Foley's
Kidney Cure is the most effective rerrt
edy for this~ purpose. R. T. Hopkim,
o)f Polar, Wis., says, "After unsuccess.-d
fully doctoring three years for rheurm.
tiern with the best doctors, I triel
Foky's Kidney Cure and it eured me.
I cannot speak too highly of this great :
medicine." It purifies the blood by
straining out iinpurities and tones up
the whole system,. Cures kidney and
bladder troubles. Sold by Mc~faster
The affections are richer than
money-making, and the truth t$
seeking capacities and the rich- as
est affections are those which P.a
bind us conscientiously to the ti
Infinite. Every kind of life is st
essentially superfical that does th
not bring the human heart nearer tr
to the Infinite Presence and Love. se
-Thomas Starr King. a
A Surprise Party. an
A pleasant surprise party may 2
be'given to your stamach and by
liv r,by taking a medicine which ce
will relieve their pain and dis- ~
eomn fort, viz: Dr. King's New by
Life Pills. They are a most pa
worderful remedy, affording sure '
relief and cure, for headache, 2
lizziness and constipation. 25e; Bia
Lt McMaster Co.'s, Obear Drug th~
Do.'s and John H. McMaster & "u
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pail Pill.
are a most remarkable remed3
for the relief of periodic pains
backache, nervous or sick head
ache, or any of the distress
ing aches and pains that cause
women so much suffering.
As pain is weakening, and
leaves the system in an ex
hausted condition, it is wrorg
to suffer a moment longer than
necessary, and you should take
the Anti-Pain Pills on first 'in
dication of an attack.
If taken as dircctcd you may
have entire confidence in their
effectiveness, as well as in the
fact that they will leave no dis
They contain no morphine,
opium, chloral, cocaine or other
"For a long time I have suffered
greatly witi. spells of backache, that
seem almost more than I can endure.
These attacks come on every month,
and last two or three days. I have
never been able to get anything that
would give me much relief until I be
began the use of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain
Pils. and they always relieve me in a
short time. My sister, who suffers
the same way. has used them with
the same r.'sults." '-MS. PAR.K.
'621 S. Michigan St., 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
+Must Be Wiped Out."
Editor R. L. Freeman in th
On the Car from Columbia w,
sat near Senator Tillman, wh<
was going to a meeting of th,
trustees of Clemson College. H<
seemed absorbed and morose
and showed little interest in hi;
fellow passengers. Two or threi
members of the party engage(
him in brief conversation, how.
ever. To one who asked abou
his idea of purifying the dispen
sary, he replied, "That whole d
business in Columbia has got tc
be wiped out;" and his eye flash
ed that same venom and earnest
ess with which he charged rot.
tenness in the State Governmenl
during his campaign of 1890.
The Diamond Cure.
The latest news from Paris is
that they have discovered a dia.
mond cure for consumption. I
you fear consumption or pneu
monia, it will, however, be besi
or you to take that great remedy
mentioned by W. T. McGee, ol
Vanleer, Tenn, "I had a cough
~or fairteen years. Nothing
delped pge, until I took Dr. King's
5ew Discovery for Consumption,
Joughs and Colds, which gave
:nstant relief~ and effevted a per.
nanent cure.' Unequalled quick
mure for Throat and ILung Troui
les. At McMaster Co.'s, Obear
)rug Co.'s and John H. McMas
er & Co.'s drug stores; p rice 50c.
Lnd $1.00, guaranteed. Trial bot
Off for South America.
William IL. Hemphill, son of
he editor of the Medium who
inished a course in civil engi
eering at the Citadel last year
,nd has since been engaged in
ewerage and levee work in Miss
ssippi, will sail from New York
fonday for South America with
,corps of engineers who are to
urvey a line for a railroad in Bo
When Other lledicines Hlave Failed
Take Foley's Kidney Cure. It has
ured when everytbing else ha~s disap
ointed. Sold by McMaster Co.
Perfection can never be attained
2 a moment, or even in time.-E.
!omen s Well as Men Are Made
Miserable by Kidney and
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind,
scourages and lessens ambition; beauty,
.vigor and cheerfab
ness soon disappear
when the kidneys arQ
'out of order of dia,
Kidney trouble bas
become so prevalent
that it is not uncom
mon for a child to be
- l born afflicted with
--... cak kidneys. If the
ild urinates too ofteni, if the urine scalds
e flesh, or if, wheni the child reaches an
e when it should be able to cont:rol the
ssage, it is vet afflicted with bed-wet
ig, depend upon it, the cause of the diffi
ltv is kidney trouble, and the first
mp'should be towards the treatment of
e'se important organs. This unleasant
uble is due to a diseased condition of
e kidneys and bladdler and1 not to a
bit as nmost peCople suppose.
Women as well as men are made miser.
le with kidney and bladder trouble,
d both need the same great remedy.
te mild and the immediate effect of
vamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
druggists, in fifty- ~
2t and one-dollar .
e b)ottles. You nmay
e a sample bottle
mail free, also a Home or swarap-Eoos.
nphlet telling all about Swamp-Root,
:uding many of the thousands of testi
>nial letters received from sufferers
red. In writing Dr. Kilnmer & Co.,
ighamton, N. Y., be sure and mention
s paper. Don't make any m stake,
remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and tae ad
~ss, Binghamton, N. Y., oii every
the trade <
Why not l(
29, 30, 3I,.
and 14, 190
This is the
- Passenger St
Express at 10.
1 Complete information sent free
on receipt of coupon with blank
W. S. HOWELL,
Gen'l Eastern Agent, 38z Broadway,
NEW YORK CITY,
F. A. MILLER,
Gereral Passenger Agent,
evnMinon ba so acIn past 1
SUM M ER.
Your vacation time is near; dor
you need some fresh new Jewelry f
Shirt waist sets in gold, gold fille
an d silver are quite popular this seaso
Silver buckle p ins, three-piece set
75c.; same, gold filled and also enar
eled1 $1.00' numerous other design
plain and fancy, 50c. to $5.00,
'With the summer weather and 1o'
neck dresses comes the necessity f<
some neck ornament. A nick lock
and chain is always, suitable. Soli
Goild Chains from $3.!.0 to $8.00. Soli
Gold Lockets $5.00 and~ up. We ha'
some beauties in Gold Lavaliere Chain
with Amethyst, Tourmaline and Pea
pendants, ranging in prica from $8.4
to $14.00. Also have them in gol
filled from $4.50 to $6.50. These al
very handsome and stylish. Nec
beads are alto in vogue. Solid Go]
Beads $15.00 and up. Gold Fille
Beads $3.25 to $5..50. French Pearl.50
to $5.00. Enamel Torquoise 35c., 50
to $2.50. Real Amber $1.50.
Coffee Spoons $1.00 to $1.75. Te
Spoons with Capitol building in bow
and Seal of South Carolina o
handle $1.50 to $2.75. Brooches, Ha
IPins and Chatalaine Watch Pins, wit
Seal of the State of South Carolina i
[ Colored Enamels ...price 50c. to $1.75.
Have you a copy of our illustrate
estalogue of staple goods, viz.: Watchec
Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass, etc.
P. Hi. LACHICOTTE & CO
,JEW ELE REB.
244 flain Street, Columbia, S. C
Eleven hundred acres of land, sis
hundred and sixty acres situate inl th4
northern part of 'Richiand Coumy and
the remaindIer adjoining in Fairfield
County, lying on the waters of Rice
and Twenty-five-MIile Creeks. One
hundred acres thereof being botto~m
lands on Rice Creek, fine for pasture
and corn, sixty aeres'of which are in
cultivation, and forty acres of bottom
landI on T wenity-tie-Mfile Creek. Eight
hundred acres of this land is well tinm
bered with pine and oak. and is within
four miles of the Seaboard Air Line
Railway and three miles from the
nearest station on the Southern Rail
way, and about five miles from Blythe
wood. There are three tenant houses
on the premises.
For ternms of sale apply to .Messrs.
Ragsdale & Dixon, Attorneys-at-Law,
Winsboro, S. C., or Dr, J. J. Robert
on, Blythe wood, S. C. Titles guaran
teed and ter~us of sale eay
JOHN T. SLOAN,
1-223 Law Range,
nities in Call
de in the Orient is open
ports to Japan and Ch
vill soon be a tremendo
if the Pacific Coast citie
ortunities for the man w
)ok the field over?'
2.50, Chicago to San Fr
d return, May 1, 2, 3, 9
une i, August 6, 7, 8, 9
5. Tickets good for retu
a double berth in a cor
from Chicago tc San I
anta Barbara, and man
a, only $7. Through tra
;enger Station, Chicago,
o, Milwaukee &
IfiW and Sorthern
route of The Overl,.ad Limit
ltion, Chicago, 6.05 p. m., an<
25 p. m. The California Expr
to California every day. E
ure a Cold in Or
amous. Ths sgnaure
FOR ALL PURPOSES SHIPPED
Lily of Valley....$1.00 to $1.50 per dozen:
Aster.............50c. to 75c. per dozen.
2 ouquets, Ba.9kets or Boxes of
or pretty Mixed Flowers......$1.59 Up
dWe make a specialty of
n. Fine Wedding Work.
.Write us when you wish anything ia
s, FLOWERS, PLANTS,
BULBS OR SEEDS.
.ROSE IJLL GREEHlOUS&8
d COLUMBI'A, S. C.
d will look as good as iNew if you.
e will have it cleaned ank1 pressed.
I am prepared to do the work for
d you at the most reasonatnle prices
. and I guarantee satisfaction. By
-having your suit clean'ed and
pressed it will look ever so much
better all the while and will last
so much longer. If you have not;
been in the habit of having your
suit kept in good order, begin it;
a now and see how much satisfact
1 ion there will be in the improved.
'looks of the suit and in its longer
wear. Give me a trial.
a tf. W. Bose Durhami
THE MACFEAT BUSINESS COL
LEGE is allowing a SPECIAL DW
COUNT. Enter, take advantage o
this offer, and be prepared for a p0
tion when the fall business opens.
All correspondence answered prompt
ME. H. B3OWEN, Principasl
Columbia, S. C.j
THE "BOSS" COTTON P
SItiPLEST, STRONGEST, BEST
THE MURRAY GINNING aYS'CEM
Gins, Feeders, Condensers, Etc.
GIBBES MACHINE:Y CO~
Columbia, S. C. a
us increase in
3 with the Far
ho lives there.
ancisco or Los
, 10, 11, 12, 13,
0, I, I, 12, 13,
-n for 90 days.
,n service from
ed, leaving Uniot
I The California
ess carries tourist
oth trains carry
te Day t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN1A,
COUTF O FAIRFIELD.
Thomas J. Cureton, Plaintiff,
V. P. Randolph & Company, Defend
Copy Summons. For Relief. Corn
To the Defendant above-named:
You are .hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this*
action, of which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and to serve a copy
of your answer to the said complaint
on the subscribers at their offices, at
Winnsboro. S. C , (above The Winns- ~
boro Rank). within twenty days after
the service hereof, exclusive of the day
of such service; and, if you fail to an
swer the complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plainiiff in' this action
will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Dated June 34th, 1905.
RAGSDALE & DIXON;
Plaintiff 's A ttorneys.
To the Defendant, V. P. Randolph &
Take notice that the summons in
this action, (together with the com
plaint), of which the foregoing is a
'-opy, was filed in the office or the
Clerk of Court for Fairfield County, at
Winnsboro, in said County, on the
14th day of June, 1905.
IRAGSDAL E & DIXON,
7-5-6t Plaintiff's Attorneys.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
2' COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.,
SCOURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
R. E. Ellison, Plaintiff,
V. P. Randdlph & Co., Incorporated,
Copy Summons. For Relief. Com
To the Defendant above-namied:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action, of whlich a copy is herewith
served upon you, and to serve a copy
of your answer to the said comnplaint
on the suzbscriber at his office, No. 1
Bank Range, Winnsboro, S. C.. with- I
in twenty days after th'e service hereof,
exclusive of the day of such service;
andl, if you fail to answer the complaint
within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff
in this action will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in the comn
Dated June 3th, 1905.
J. E. McDONALD,
l'o the above-named Defendant:
Take notice that the complaint, to
retheir with the summnonis, of wbich the
or..imrIL is a .op~y, was filed in the~
ffice of the (lerk of the Court of Couui
non Pleas for Fairfield County, in the
,tate of South1 Carolina, on the 14th
la of June, A. 1). 1905., Winusboro,,
.July ;'rd, 1905.
.i. E*. McDONA LD,