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Machinery for the Coming season.
New or second hand we have it.
Your old machinery thoroughly overhauled
We can fix it good as new.
Gin-Saws, Ribs, Bristles and Twine.
We have a full stock.
Your buildings protected from fire.
By using Iron Roofing. We handle the best.
W. 0. McKeown & Sons,
Cornwell, S. C.
WE RUN OUR BUSINESS
Every Day in the Year except Sunday.
WE CARRY A NICE [INE OF
Horses and Mules
THROUGH THE SUMMER MONTHS. WE NEVEl CLO.E AT
THE END OF A SEASON.
--OUR STOCK OF
BUGGIES and WAGONS
THE LARGEST IN SOUTH CAROL INA.
You can save your mileage and more by coming to Columbia.
GREGORY-RHEA MULE COMPANY.
JNO. W. CONDER, Manager.
stain st.,----- ------ - - -coLuuim A, S. c.
Machinery Supply House for the State
WE SELL EVERYBODY.
Headquarters for EVERYTHING in MACH INE RY S' PPLIFS.
All kinds of Injectors, Lu rientors, Pipe, Valves, Fittings.
Supplies for Saw Mills, Oi1Mills and any one in Maehinery business.
Large stock of Well Pumps and Cylinders. Get our pric.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY,
COLUrIBIA, S C. The Machinery Supply House of the State.
IT IS A FACT! su
That a successful business can only TT FSUT AOIA
be attained through honest dealing,' COU'NTY OF FAI RFELD.
prompt service, and indefatigable at-* COURT OE COMM.ON PLEAS.
tention to detail.
That no permanent success was ever R. T. Matthews and R. 'W. Matthews.
attained through trickery and subter- as copartners under the firm name 01
fuge. R . T. Matthews & Son, Plaintiffs,
Thc 'gra. cy wins first, last and against
always, m.ud that manufacturers pro
doce different classes of Pianos. Alexander Bell, Defendant.
That there are some Pianos much 'Copy Summons, for Relief. Complaiint
better than others. IFiled.
That it is our policy ntever to mis- T h eedn bv-ae
represent anything, nor allowr our sales- ToteDfnataoenm -
men to do so. You arc hereby summltoned~ and re.
That we know that this is a good quired to answer the complaint in thi:
policy, because through strict attention action, of which ai copy is herewiti:
to these methods, our business con- servedi upon you, and to serve a cop.s
tinues to grow rapidly, of your answer to the said complain1
That it means a good deal to you on the subscribers at their oflice, No. '
- to know in advance that the reputation Bank Range, Wintmahoro. 8, C., withir
of our line of pianos has been estab- twenty day1s after thle service hereof
lished from 65 to 82 years. excl asive of t pe day of sch servie
That there is one in Columbia used aind if you fail to answer the comp'ain1
at least forty years, and the town qual- within the time aforesaid, the plain
ity showvsno evidence of going outr.of tifF in this action will apply to th<4
business. Court for the relief demanded in th;
That the pianos you will secure from comiplaint.
MIalone's Music House will be the best Dated June 2:1rd. A . D). 1905.
i hat we, with years of experienee in A, S. & W. D). D)OUGLASS,
choosing the best, can buy. Plaintifl's' A ttorners.
For Catalogue, prices and terms, Tfo the absent Defendant, Alexande:
Take notice, that the summons, o
M ALO E'S which the foregoing is a copy, and the
complaint ini this action was filedl ii
M usic House the office of the Clerk of Court of Coin
mon Pleas for Fairield County' on th<
Colum ia, S C.3rd day of June, 1905;
PIANOS AND ORGANS. S-2 N ' Phai; tif ls' Attorneys.
HENRY L. SNYDER, LL. D.,
Two degrees, A. B. and A. M. Four'
courses leading to the A. B. Degree. State of Sout h C:: iro'i a > Coummm
Nine professors. Countyv of Fairliiel. / P1 as.
Departments-Ethics and Astron
omy, Mathematics, Physics and Geolo- Eugen)e M. McN:i c t al .' Pai: till
gy, Biology and Chemistry, Latin,v.
Greek, English, German and French, Jamiii M. K-NI) . ..hint
History and Economies. Library and
Librarian. The W. E. Burnett gym- P'zrs':mut t :i r-l..r a.. in iih
nasium under a competent director. above stated .' * !, ei r- Ir.~
J. B. Cleveland Science Hall. Ath- Muiia ... .!
2etic grounds. Course of lectares by notitied to i 1 -a ,,i:.
the ablest men on the platform. Rare tied, -oiui "etehhiie -ee- ~en or
musical opportunities. Next Session, fore AF(W ST 2eTH. I n.-a
Sept. 20. day at ref.rence w'iee h.l* ow
Board from SS to $16 a month. For omeie. .1. C ~ei.\'.a
Catalogue or other information, address 8:u:' ' -" re.
* J. A. GAMEWEL L, Secretary. Winnusboro, S. C.. .Juiy lD.1.
Spartanburg, i4. C. I--4
Wofford College Fitfing
School. IN SU RE
Three new brick buildings. Steam
heat and electric lights.
Head Master, four Teachers anad TOURB LiI WIT H T H E
Matron live in the buildings.
Situated on the WVoflord (anmpus.
Students take a regular course inI t he TO IT ry l TD II '
College Gymnasium, and have acess~ -U 1 la JU l-0
Sto the College Library.
all fees. Sonis of Met hodist mWi ister U li fAN
do not pay tuition. Next session be
gins September 20.
For Catalogue, etc., address OF VE RMONT.
A. MASON DriPlE,
7-19 Spartanburg, S. C.
3785 '~l~ ~ 11d~~l 1905 ".NT THE UlEST,
Charleston, 5, C.
120th Year Begins September 29.
Letters, Seience, Enugineeriig. One o RaA N IE oI N , aeso.
scholarship giving free tuition to eaeih
county in South Carolina. Tuition______
$49. 'Board and furnished room in
Dormitory $10 to $12 a month. All
candidates for admission are permitted, HUG H S. WVYL E,
to cornp etc for vacant Boyce 'seholar
ships wvhich pay $100 ayear. For cata
louaddress District Mn1rage r,
Amcrica's Drink Bi11.
The(1 attenitin 3fof e v re I -e
ing pt11 t riot itL. emiti V shoub
e e~dI(d to tihe fact that the 1I.
ta es~tnated r'tail Cost of stimu.
1ints i the Un i ted State f'
IK0-1 1 S plced at . ITN,6-i
1 1: r W' :1ttle ore thaI twic
tLe totat eXpeiditures of the Eed
eral .govcrnment for that Ver.
This was S1S.* for e'crv man
woNa, ;m ( chld in the counti
Tea, cotfee, anda cocoa are repre
sen'flted by ny . dof this pe
havIig beeU sient for aicuio.
ic sti1ula'tS. Wile. if the cow
parisun be : g s tut
u e o noa:choh berageus, t
found to cXCed considraKh
that of the alcoholic-,inee as A
people we drink 200,U0,UU mon
(linJps 01 cofe thau we do .o
beer, and. thrice as mainy gallo
of tea as of wIines and spiriti
comibined- the average atericat
, et speut, iin the vear referred to
more mnoney for liqu1rs thaun eve:
before. Ilh assIn UU - that nih
Ueerages are dieplacing tL<
strotp Can no longer Iaiuly b
made regardinig p!esent con
d.tions. For the l;It eight year:
the Atuorican people hlave beet
consuming, not only absolutely
but also reintively, inure -pirit:
than the Year belore. A reLson.
able coiputatiou shows th1
while in the average maiL
took Line drinks of whisker, in
fortnight, he takes one eve-y daN
now. These figures are based or
a careful study of the situation by
the American Grocer, which pre
pares mn annual statement based
as nealy as possible to reckuo
ir, on the actual money taken out
of the pockets of consuamers, ant
they Imoe that journal to Say
Were the tax on whisky removed
and if ten peiane sentien
should g:ow sluggish, this natior
would be in a fair wVy to a d
baucherv that would thre aten it:
life." . The va!ue of theo whlisk'
tax in enforciu sobrey is no
apjpareUt, but the eriVng nCCess
ity for* deepening aid (xtendlin
the temperance sentiment, parti
cularly aniong the young of tht
".riSing gneration," is eviden
enough to make all lovers of hu
manity most earnest in thei
efforts to combat the hideou
abomination of the rum tr; fiil
a:.Id as well those tempting mod
itications of the drink snar
wiich, in various ingenious an(
half-disguised forms,-tend to in
volve men in the drink habil
A mere temperance "sentiment
is not of itself enough. Whati
Needed is a downright Christia:
conviction on the subject whic&
will war. to the death with th
vice of drink and the rum sellers
traaie in- the bodies and souls c
Taeat Your Kidneys for Rheumatisn
Whenci you are suffering from rhlei
nmaatismi, the kidney~s mustIt beC at td
to at on1ce so that the wi'~ ill eliiualn
the uric neid f-rom the blood. FIolev
Kid ney Cure is thle mo1(st eficetive ren!
cdy for this purpoWse. RZ. TI. Hopkinm
of1 Polar, Wis., says, "1A fter usce
fully doctor:ing thiree yeanrs for rheium;~
tis~m wit the best dIoctors5, I trit
- Foley's IK iduay Curc and it eured mn
I entumu3 spek 03 to igly of this gre:
miciane ." 'it puiri lk-s the hlood
stra'fining out1 impfurities andt tonen t
the whIole systemi. C'ius khiner an
blan der troubtles. Sold byV MiMasti
Lives of laboring men remnin'd r
We may mauke a pile sublime
If the public does not find us
Out and start us doing time.
A Surprise Party.
A pleasant surprise party ma
be given to your stamaach an
liver(1, by taking a medicine whic
will relieve their pain amA di:
'tm fort. viz: Dr. King's Ne
L fe Pm1s. They are a mu:
wonderni ii emedyv, affording sum
r ef 'ad cure, for lheadach.
11izine u n d constipation. 22
I M 'da-t'r Co.'s. Obear Dru
C.s mnd John Hi. McMaster
Co.' drug stores.
I r eat enuieis a night key i
On Doi-r Saved Recpresents Te
ie :n-1 s(Ie m1:m1 doefis not !aVeI1
excee tI n 3':I r e nilrf h il) earnin
He'311u i I(2end nin dolar t i n~ 3ri
he3e 'th caset (t hei canno h3;eHt en
abom * lmr.,jiry. lx'e3s1 . \'1
en Ii re en roef invete
ft -everal ol :ir -m :3a1 r on I
( 1l ,(-hili', and~15 t l :ar ch' Ien
i'C i the us fren raeide at<-or
b'a.leiof S3vorii 'do lar s o sale b
Go~od for Stomach Trouble and Con=
T('iju rlat::in's :-oma:ch3 anid 1.i,
Ioo .'' -xy- 0. Townsi, cf 11:t l'3rt:.
?i :th fte 'eets an- no'd uniencs:l1:,
-ul'et om toma') ch1- disrnr." For
m-in e V(Jrnor l)r6r (o
I C i -. .
10r7 C al' r'-,or1
-, 1 bo- tr.' ;n7P .7F-z
the nere e I.
'1 121; N.'i r is:I'ib s
kidnes and - ar
lo r 1 . - F ai -ure
l'owerin nOeo'e '
ie os the fue yu1 r e
icedis thed toere.pod :cesnerve
fI i dt resoril
Dr MIn- Nc rv r i bas iy e' r
drW o Udes . we 11:1 ftlu ri :ce o hT V.
fir v i: b ni .. fit .- .
will re.funi y::.r ,..onfl'/-.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
Proibition A Failure.
Prohibition in Cher'oket it
failure. It has been ualittn t
friends of the moeriet wi 1in
watched conditions narefully. I
has failed to crowd Mayor :
nev's court with "drink :o;d 1i
orTeily" eanes; it has fi .d t
fill the jail, now epty, wit: re: .
Iwho under the influence ofwh ,
cominit eru nc: it has i:uaib
send peonie to their coura
homes on Saturdays and other'
public days, whooping andyt
ing like lunatics; it has ailed i
create midnight carousals in the
city, calling for extra police t o
guard and protect the pea1cch
The Diamond curo.
The latest news from Pars
that they have discovered a dit
Smond cure for consuaption. It
y :ou fear consumption or pne -
mnonia, -it will, however. he best
for you to take that great rem y
me*ntioned by WV. T. Meco.f
Vanleer, Ten. "I had a co u h
for fourteen years. Nothin""
helped rne untillI took Dr. Kin s.
New Discovery for Consumnption,
Coughs and Colds, which gave~
instant relief. and effected a pr
macnt cure." Unequalled quich
cure for Throat and Lung T~roo
bles. At McMaster Co.'s, Obcar
Drue Co.'s and John H. McMas
~ter & Co.'s drug stores; price 50e.
eandl 8].00, guaranteed. Tiial bot
The Grea~t Northern Railway
has fivye new lines of railwvay pro
jeeted and under construction in
iNorth Dakota at the present thee.
SThese lines tap the great wheat~
(and cattle districts of the sta.
Wvhen one great railway is raain
such prodigious investmients in.
a singile prohibition state, it doesit
Snot indicate that the abscuneo
saloons is wrecking the coor
cial prospects beyond hope of re
pair.- The New Voice.
?Buy it Now.
Now is the time to buy' ( 'hanbr
7lain's Colie, Chiolera aind iairrh''
Heney It is certain to be see
sooner or latter andl when th1i tha.*
I one ou wvill ned it badlyv-y.ouI' wii
- neecd it quickly. Buy it now.~~ 1i:n
. ate life. For' sale by Obia' Di a'Co
0j A. R. iBa-s, of Mor' anltown'. ln..
hadl to g'et up ten or twelv Vthu:: in
the niight and had severehn-el d
pains in the kidneys. Was I'nr1-i'b
'Fol'e's Ki.'dney, ('ure. Sold b e
N e want many things w ich~
we (do not needl; we need0 nIy
things which we do not want.
When Other fledicines Hlave Fzv ed
lake Foley's Kidney' (ue !hs
eur I"'' wh'en ev'ery~thjing else hats dl~'w
l ooimed. hold by .'Al aster .
-- - -----o
Permfec tionie.'n: v~~terbo at~u:
in a~ hmr->med, or a ie tinie.-- .'
To Cur'e a cenlJ in one Dc:.
an I e'lat be si.IousL Wit d
oronci'.s for Twnt Yers
l"as Stood the Tes.t "5 Y\
The LII. orItna aOn 'H1:.
thistlc' Toil. You eaom..e w1Cji:
."of May tc
b- . %CA
via e a4
and dn to
Pas;. Trd. .Rock Luand System.
vro >:: br::e sc n past 12 months.
.7 --- r infr
F- T FOR ALi
$3 LI /LE. t. (arnations
Lily of Vs
- - - I 'r
1 ') We
I ame preU
and I aud
having~ s yf
- .' . c o th lere:
.- - - jt)lX I1
- . -. . . - . r waICr Giv
-9T HE Mt
- - - -0 .. 3 . c thi of er,
e Pacific C -s -to California, Oregon, Washington
, long trai. . and return limits, liberal stop-over
ate is practically on the basis of one fare for the round
course, if you wish to visit both California and Oregon
agton, the cost is slightly more.
reduced rates are in effect on certain dates in months
October, inclusive. They apply from all Eastern points
o, St. Louis or Memphis gateways. The Rock Island
I! take you up in eitherChicagoor St.Louis,orat hundreds
jiddle West points and carry you to the Coast in through
or Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car service.
Island also affords a choice of routes: on the "Scenic"
can stop off in Colorado-see Salt Lake City-visit
ne National Park; on the "Southern" route you can go
;o, thru New Mexico, then "up coast" to San Francisco
Portland or Seattle if desired.
rt, these Pacific Coast excursions offer an unusually good
see our western country in a comprehensive manner.
desire to go only as far as Colorado, there are excursion
effect to that section and return, all summer long,
reduced June 30 to July 4, August 12 and 13,
igust 30 to September 4. Extension trips to Ogden
Lake and return at low cost also.
'rom September 15 to October 31, 1905, oneway
t or "colonist " tickets will be on sale to California and
acific Northwest-about half regular fare.
If interested, send name and address on this coupon, designating
'hich booklet wanted and to what point you plan-togo. Name probable
Ae of start also, so we can advise definitely with respect to rate., etc..
Sn Color booklet and rates.
N am e Ca ~lorniaII
0 EL PASO "q
Cold in One Day 1no.
Inine Tablet. .0on every
[11111 Flwers STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,,
P URPOS~ES SHIPPED oUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
.ERlYWHERE. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
.....................75c. dozen ' Thomas J. Cureton, Plaintiff,
...............$2.00 per dozen
Ly...S1.00 to $1.50 per dozen
..... .5 to 75c. per dozen .PRndph&CmaDen
[Backets or Boxes of'at
Mixed Flowers . .5 upCoySmo.FrReifCon
make a spcat of pan evd
hen you wish anything inquedtanwrhecmaitnth.
)WERlS, PLANTS, aciofwihacpiserit.
bWI~ OR SEEDS.Iofouanwrttesicmpit
OLUMB IA, S. C.thseveheefexlseofhedy
TH AT SUITafrsitepinifithsatD
as good as new if you dmne ntecmlit
it cleaned and pressed. DtdJn 4h 96
>ared to do the wo'rk forRAS LE&DXN
e most reasonable prices T h eednV .Rnop
rantee satisfaction. By Cmay
'our suit cleaned and Taentcththesmosi
will look ever so much pan) fwihtefrgigi
the while and will last 'pwsfldi h fieo h
onger. If you have notClrofCrtfrFiildouya
ie habit of having yourWisor.nsidCutnth
in good order, begin itRASAE&DXN
see how much satisfact- 74-t Pani'sAore.
will be in the improved ________________
le .suit and in its longer
e me a trial.
Copye uram Summons. rRle.Cm
N !STotE eFdn boTH-CAmed:NA
[lowig PECIAYouS are ereb Eisn, ondain re
qutrtaredvaatoo answer tcmliti hs
nil lI c a sweed aom toy, Summons. Fopy Reief herwim.
served upon you, and to serve a copy
of your answer to the said complaints
on the suibscribers at hi offices, t.
. Bank n usoro, S. C,(aoe .h winns
brBakwtin twenty days after-tesric eef
Itesric eef exclusive of the day- hsrie
ofsc vc;and, if you fail to answrtecop-n
wtittieaforesaid, the plaintiff hsa
inti inwill apply to the Court rtee
fo h eifdemanded in the com-lit
Dated June 14th, 1905.
Plaintiff 's A ttorney.
ITo the aboenendt D.eP.nand:h
Taike notice that the comlan, to
plat), wihi then fo n ich the
055 CTTN RES! orgongsa opy, was f iled in therth
EST.STROGES BES oClerk of tCurk fo thrfe Couty atm
__________WmnnPesforo, infsaid County, in the
Feedrs.Conensesttc.day of June, ) 1905, -inboo
7-5 t Plaintiff's Attorney.