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All kinds of Injector;
Supplies for Saw Mill
Large stock of Well I
COLUrIBIA, S C.
IT IS A I
That a successful bus
be attained through 1
prompt service, and i:
tention to detail.
That no permanent
aktained through triceh
That quality wins
always, and that mai
duce different classes of
That there are som(
better than others.
That it is our polic'
represent anything, nor
men to do so.
That we know that
policy, because through
to these methods, oui
tinues to grow rapidly.
That it means a go
to know in advance tha
of our line of pianos bi
lished from 65 to 82 yea
That there is one in
at least forty years, and
ity shows no evidence
That the pianos you
Malone's Music House
that we, with years of
choosing the best, can 1
For Catalogue, prices
-HENRY L. SNYD
Two degrees, A. B. a
courses leading to the
omy, Mathenatics, Ph;
gy, Biology and Che
Greek, English, Germ:
History and Economica
Librarian. The W. I
nasiumn under a conm
J. B. Cleveland Scieh~
letic grounds. Course
the ablest men on the I
Board from SS to S10
Catalogue or other in for
J. A. GAMEWEL
Three new brick bui
heat and electrie lights.
Head Master, four
Matron live in the buik
Situated on the Wofb
Students take a regul:
College Gymnasium, a
to the College Library.
$115.00 pays for boar
all fees. Sons of Meth
do not pay tuition. Ni
ginls September 20.
For Catalogue. etc..
120th Year Begins S
Letters. Seiece, Eng
scholarship giving free
county in South Car,
$40. Board and furni
D~ormnitory $10 to $1'2
caudidates for admnissior
to compete for vacanlt
ships whichi pay $10:) a
-y for the Cornin.r season.
New or second 'hant we nve it.
Sch ine ry thoro&uIy overhauled
We can fix it good as
3, Ribs, Bristles and Twine.
We have a full stock.
igs protected from fire.
ig Iron Roofing. We handle the best.,
McKeown & Sons,
[N OUR BUSINESS
ay in the Year except Sunday.
E CARRY A NICIE INI- 01
as and N1 ut teS
SU IER MONTHS-. WE N \ WI.:EV E iiAT
THE END OF A SHASON-.
-OUR STOCK OF
ES and WAGONS
LARGEST [N SoUTh I' l .l!N.
nileage and nore by co:ing ( 'onia.
RHEA MULE COMPANY.
JNO. W. CONDER, MaIagr.
S-c .UMIA. S.
Supply ouse fr the State
E SELL EVERYBODY.
RYTH[NG in 31ACHINER, :-I'PLIFS.
, Lubrieators, Pipe, Valves, Pitt ings.
, Oil Mills and anv one in 'hin ry busins
umps and Cylinders. G--t our price.
TMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY,
The Machinery Supply House of the Sta.e.
~iness can only state of Soutih (arolinu. )In omh~mn
oest dlealing, County ofFar1 . d
defatigable at- 1uccM ~Nu iii.Pnn l~
aUccss was ever vs
ry and subter- James M[. McNaul, De'fendanit.
first, last and Pursuant tos an order made in th<
ufacturers pro- abo~ve stated c. . all <&-reors of Mar>s
Pianos. M:'hinda MIeN: u . d''ceasvi, are- hereb.)
Pianos mch niotified to lile i beir tilas, dly veri
fied, and establish the suiine on or be
never t~o mis- fore A U( UST' :'5T H. 195 on whieb
allow our sales.. ay 'a referencee willib he ldl at neI
odiee. J1. G. L( 'A NTl'5
this is a good . Eiwrdai iN'fr0
strict attention j Winnsbro, . C. i vl I D' . I~5
business eonl- T-I 94t
d dleal to y ou
tthereputation j $ tj R
as been! es~tabl-S
Columbia used r F[-l LI-'E WITH TH.E
Ithe town <1ual
f going out, of
vil] secure fromiIb~NLLf~ NUlN
wvill be the best
s OF VERMONT.
S. C. "NTTWr '.iCmuaS,
)RGANS. BU' II"i i;2sF
'1, .LL. ID., oRGaA N! D z N 1..3O.0
id A. :34. Four
A. E. Degree. HUZIGH S.v
n and~I' arndh
etent dlirector U
latformi. iRar' e Ft
Next Session. ' *(.
a mom: h. For ept.t'ei;
L, Secretary, 0-'l
~rtanburg, K. c. Ol'ti ' (
e Fitfingj eJ71 in;(U't
Idings. Steami ftri h itst~l
rd Campus. 'fl 'T tD
r ore in t h:
rid have acces- .A.ELOT6 O
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uto toil1 trn- 'Ir
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nlfi. TAlMRAY NI .SSE
:ear. For eata.
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-n t~ r :rther lifet
F.:.. n::: - iJ~h ! to in ll soint
ru .: a th-- bo:- Tiik.
THoE thHE E ON. :d
I a ! ) t ! e tile senmitiv
n i, i nii iorem rher.
- . ti m(hi :1aid bonei e
w r.n I wnoh iin
, i i t in tis t w)ltay
n Is ' : a lthge : bo e hi ativ
I ::t. of u A n y
h"v i the oilt ses tve pa ch
tn:- ::: I:.y.." a.0 e In 1.0n wiry Iarv e
--Tuhe- : e "sT." s :mtheris. Is it
i:-: : k : i WS t i ss t.&d the ail In
p:r ,rf ii otvhiro i t h o be smnotlet
i. u h o:es r*'::sitie tr..ai h
I!e-* a:v.. ndest it ivory
w ::-:vstesti :uri work on tht pt.
"Hee. h sid. "Tryl :tis. ths itr
-i- wo svitrs i~to d the bll( e ine
wTir de l itruL to l h e ivotr
--N 1i.c aliV over their e. tek btew
2 1, 111 1!, cXvel'1iurtiutiS Of 1111.! ZC
y ::; to . it :nid rougli they said
T M . s -t i - w rei d id the ter
I't 4*m Plk baiie is tihe o"nly sn t*.
- i1.t (aict w ith i toom h on.
TWh. il.s in trn rised the Civor
e!(~ st. a-l oerteir 'hek hlbi
and Iier eh x eligpruinrtios fti am)ze
"an Jovai itt anel afturhar the sad.
l-3..aes hiiwse. t is imasnive.
to eas~il oi chopsd thnior atter.
"Why. grhe ch oeits thenl airt
er s :ie tc !ty ee'm tilen seasi
ien::: fo atal l"-Philadelphia Blle
:Ite n--rs doue xhila crrat.i hand
ThInW ie. Drosne ou o. o
p Wh ere itr ritsehop hrwt
ir. exi"sid ae farer.Th c~ii~ abi
toe top ch-ing froluges firstl piedns
i-e s irowsi es.It ishchO tmosibei
to ge drnk onhos, n mattr ho
usa you chew. h Pnkrtfi
" n hi p groi-ng~ cont-rbothses 01c
raar foridefn to cwtre opt.
Thliii kerS.tt )(ndeedr( work ni slece
work. ae se lel enoug ot to ehe
th . fo -t d w ins as:ih :S n jolit
V lri 'el gci-cbliu.
I (. .n- iee tl that! tuihre ar
being chewed cause, draikennss.
haveno dubtthisis crret.Inin iav
of aloho! tores i1osu ot oyf oil
Evencolo.me.wereiC ntsohards tci
er, woul e \agerl cosundby
"N he *nn fooih conceitand joll
by 0olene r R:solne slb hiskyrrt
Theft oI Cu Ie G jinbooIh i tue
t! i .\Vh i V--. eld~ the poI e o
yers~l' id in poverty: in' I cndtn.
A printer is the most curious
being iv~ing. He may have a
I 'l;o and not be worth
a cenl; have xaf// rap and have
neither wife nor children. Others
maV run f;Lt, but he gets along1
swiftest by i fast. He may
be making~ im moswthout"
eloquence; may use the / with
out offending and be telling the '
truth; while others cannot stand
while they set, he can ,,t standing
and stand veetin' and do both at
the same time; hive to useflo
n/ture and Yet have no dwelling;
may make and p1ut away]i andI
never see a pie, utuch Ipss eat it, t
during his life: be a human being
and a rat at the saine time; may I
pres a great deal and never ask a
favor; may handle a Imobig iron
and know nothing about a gun or
pistol; he may move the lever that
moves t1he world, and yet be as far
from moving the globe as a hogj
under a mole hill; spread */c/
without belig a housewife; he%
may lay his fw- on a bed, and
yet be obliged to sleep on the
floor; he way use the t without
shedding iVood; and fron earth he
may handle *; he may be of a i
rolling disposition and yet never
I desire to travel; be may have a <
xheefsfoot and not be deformed; I
never be without a ase, and know f
nothing of law or physic; be al
ways correcting his errors and
grow worse every day: have t
em--, without ever having the
arms of a lass thrown around
him; have form locked up, and at I
the same time be free from jail
watch house, or other confine
ments; his office may have a hell t
in it, and not be a bad place t
after all; he might be plagued by
the dee1l and be a christian of the
best kind; and what is stranger
still, be he honest or dishonest,
rich or poor, drunk or sober, t
industrious or lazy, he always f
tand up to his business.
A Surprise Party.
A pleasant surprise party may
be given to your stamach and
liver, by taking a medicine which
will relieve their pain and dis
com fort, viz: Dr. King's New
Life Pills. They are a most
wonderful remedy, affording sure
relief and cure, for headaehe,
dizziness and constipation. 25c
at McMaster Co.'s, Obear Drug]
Co.'s and John H. McMaster &
Co.'s drug stores. .
When you want a pleasant laxative
that is easy to take and certatin to act,
use Chamborlain's Stomach and Liter
tablets. For sale by Obear Drug Co.
"Nellie," said the young man
in the parlor scene (and he spoke
with the air of timid desperation
which prefaces the remark of a
man about to ask for a loan of
$5), "my Brother George has
looked upon you with favor for
some time, and lhe has sent me to
say a few words in his behalf."
"Indeed!" exclaimed the fair
mnaid. "It's a fact," continued I
the young man; "and should you
refu~se his plea, I tremble for the
consequences. He is alone in
the world, and he wants a sister
in-law. 0, say that you will be
one to him, and make -me the
happiest of men!"
One Dollar Saved Represents Ten
The average man does not save to
exceed ten per cent of his earnings.
HeI must spend nine dlollars ini living"
ex penses for every dollar saved. Th a t
heinig tlle ea5e he canlnot be too ca1refu
abo)1ut un necessary expenlses. Ve-ry
often a few cents properly invested,
lhe bayinug seeds for his garden. wvill
sav'e several dlollars outlay later on. It
is the same in buying Chamberlain's
Colie, Cholera and -Diarrhou Remedy.
It. costs but a few cents, and a bott le of
it in the house often saves a doctor's
bill of several dollars. For sale by
O bear Drug Co.
Be humble when you are mak
ing gifts, for it is a responsible
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A L~AME BACK? ?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
A imnost evervhle whlo reads the ne ws
paesis sure to kno'w of the wondlerful
cures made b~y Dr.
R-oot, the great hit'
0 . ner. liver and blad
' t is the reatnmed
ic triumph of the
Inineteenthl century :
- discoveretditer\ years
- heDr.-ihner, the
eiies kidney n
de11r sniy i',t. an -is wS~ondierfully
ut ccs::ul'in o)rompltly curing.. lame b: ackl.
.tie aci:d, " irri of the bladder and
it'st D~osease, whiich is the worst
foirm1 of kidne' 'ronie.
D~r. Kik:neri .m.rp-Root is not ree
h: iner. live r or bla'lder troublie it wvill be
foun'.xijust the remedyV you needi. It has
work a in prvate pract~ce. and~ h-as
proved so successul in1 every case th'a a
sniecial arrangemen h~'as beein made b
\ich all readers of this papler, w~iyo havec
not already tre it I . ma have a samle~ I
bottle senti-- fre bv al, also a boo0ktl
::nore about bS~iamp.Root. and how toLI
iGldoultifvouhave kidney' or bladderto
g~enerou~s offer inthis paper and send your
address to Dr. Ka.ime |
& Co., flinghamnton, -
N. Y. e regular - :
dollar size b)ottles are Home or sampnoot.
sold by, all good druggists. Don't make
anly iistake, but remiember the name,
Swamp-Root. Dr. Kilmier's Swamp-Root.
and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., on
Conductor Played Joke.
One of the street railroad con
nctors has been troubled each
iaLtuirdaV for some time by a
noug mill operative offering a
en dflar bi! from which his
are was to be taken.
It is iiot an easy matter for the
-onduet' 'rs to keep themselves
uppliel with change, and thel
,onductor was much worried by
lie actions of the passenger,
vhon he believed was offering the
)ill would be returned, the con
luetor being unable to make the
leceSSaryW change. Each time,
iowever, the conductor secured
Last 'aturday lie was looking
or the recurrence of the ten dollar
)ill pro*ject, so lie laid for his man.
)n Fridav he secured $10 in
>ennies from one of the banks
od had two h..ndred put in five
ags, the whole weighing six
)ounds. The pennies were put
u a place of safe keeping on the
ar to await the ten dollar bill
As expected he showed up to
rurd eveining Saturday and pro
lueed a bland new ten dollar
ote. The conductor, who could
care ly compose himself, fished
ut his five bags of pennies and
.fter taking out the customary
are of Ove cents, handed the
1oungster die remaining $9.95.
The passenger At first refused
o accept the money, but the con
luctor insisted that the money
vas lwfully changed and unless
te took the change given he could
ot ride. After some hesitation
he peunies were accepted, and
he voung man decided that his
en dollar plan did not pan out so
vell after all.
He took the joke good hum
>redly, and the conductor does
iot exp et t. have many more
en dollar bills offered him in the
uture. -Greenville Herald.
No False Claims.
Tie proprietors of Foley's Honey
11(1 Tar do not advertise this as a "sure
;ure for consumption." They do not
lairm it will cure this dread complaint
n1 advanced stages, but do positively
ssert that it will cure in the earlier
tagzes and never fails to give comfort
,id relief in the worst cases. Foley's
-oney and Tar is without doubt the
,reatest th roat and lung renedy. Re
'ise su)stitutes. Sold by McMaster Co.
3oatsx Ax EDITon..-"Are there
io times," siid a mn entering
hs offioc of a busy editor, "when
rou can write batter th tn at other
"Ah, I thought so! That ma n
who writes must consult his con -
lition I have no doubt. Now,
ell ine, when ecn you write best?"
"When I am alone," the edito r
lood for Stomach Trouble and Con
"Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
['ablets have done mi3 a great deal of
pod," says C. Towns,. of Rat Portage,
)ntario, Cauada. "Being a mild phy
ie the after effects are not unpleasant,
mud I can reconn -ni them to all who
uitler tromt stom: Lteh disorder." For
ale by OLear Drug Co.
Buy It Now.
Now is the time to buy Chamber
an's Colite, Cholera and Diarrhoa
Remeicdy, It is certain to be needed
'ooner or later andt when that time
30mes you will need it badly-you wvill
need it eiuickly. Buy it now. It may
save life. Fo>r sale by 0Obear Drug Co.
Leisure and1 education help us
to pluck the berries on the high
est bush es
Is your pulse weak, too slow,
too fa:::. or does it skip a beat?
D~o von have shortness of
bre:uh, weak or hungry spells,
fainting,smiothering or choking
spells, palpitation, flattering,
pains around the hcart, in side
and shoulder: or hurt when
lying on left side?
It you have any of these
symptom3 your heart is weak i
or diseased, and cannot get
bet tcr wis:ont assistance.
Dr. Muiles' Heart Cure
strengthens weak hearts, and ]
rarelyv ever fails to cure heart t
disease. Try it, a~nd see how
*.uickly you will find relief.
"Abou2t Janury 1st. 1go. I took
down witla vweakn~de and dropsy.
and gradually devr worse. I was told
by my family physician that my case
was hpees. My nieighbo'rs and fam
ily had i'ven me ifp to die. My
limbs -ad body were swollen to one
third l::rger than normal size, and
water-h;i coletedl around my heart.
For at least throe months I had to sit
propped i:p in b.ad to keep from smoth
ering. T s.ant for five bottles of Dr. (
Miles' Heart C1:re, dnd by the time I
had -tak.-n th.'-n all I was entirely
cured. I feel better than I have for
twenty ye:::3. a~nd I :Im able to do J
::ny kind of- work on my farm. My
attndn' nysiia tldme that ifit
I voul no bein my rv.
L. T1. CL-RD, wilnmore. Kr.
Dr. Miled' Heart Cure is sold by
your drugit. who will guarantee that
the first bott'e will benefit. If It fails
he will ref'und your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind 2
Tae Laxative Brom
Seven Miflan boxes sod im past 32 mor
The Kind You Have Always B4
in use for over 30 years, h
00 and ha
24& o Allow i
All Counterfeits, Imitations a
Experiments that trifle with
Infants and Children-Experi
What is C)
Castoria is a harmless subst
gorie, Drops and Soothing S
contains neither Opium, 1oi
substance. Its age is its gual
and allays Feverishness. It
Colic. It relieves Teething T
and Flatulency. It assimilat
Stomach and Bowels, giving
The Children's Panacea-The
Bears the h
The Kid You HU
In Use For Ov
A M We IYAUR ComPm". NOREU
Be ufl.1F1oWe f
FOR ALL PURPOSES SHIPPED
>oses........... ........................$2.00 per dozen
lly of Valley....$1.00 to $1.50 per dozen
ster........................50c. to 75c. per dozen
Bouquets, Backets or Boxes of
pretty Mixed Flowers..........$1.50 up i
We make a specialty of
Fine Wedding Work.
rite us when you wish anything in
BULBS OR SEEDS.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
ill look as good as new if you
ill have it cleaned and pressed.
am prepared to do the work for
ou at the most reasonable prices
ad I guarantee satisfaction. By
aving your suit cleaned and
ressed it will look ever so much
etter all the while and will last
so much longer. If you have not
een in the habit of having your
uit kept in good order, begin it
ow and see how much satisfact
io there will be in the improved
ooks of the suit and in its longer
ear. Give me a trial.
tf. W. Bose Durham.
SU MM ER.
Your vacation time is near: don't
yo need some fresh new Jewelry for
Shirt waist sets in gold, enld filled
and silver are quite popular this season.
ver buckle nina, three-piece sets,
7c.; same, gold filled and also enami
led, $1.00: numerous other designs.
pain and fancy, 50c. to $.5.00.
With the summer weather and low
eck dresses conmes the necessity for
ome neck ornament. A nick locket
d chain is always suitahle. Solid
~ild Chains from $3.50 to $S.00. Solid
old Lockets $.5.00 and up. We have
mre beauties in Gold Lavaliere Cbhains.
ith Amethyst, Tourmaline and Pearl
endants, ranging in prica from $8.50
$14.00. Also have them in gold
lled from S4..50 to 6 .50. These are
r handsome and stylish. Nek
ea'ds are also in vogue. Solid Gold
eads $15.00 and un. Gold Filled
3ads $3.25 to $5.50. French Pearl 50c.
S5.00. Enamel Torn noise 85c., 50c.
o$2.50. Real Amber $1.30.
Coffee Snoons $1.00 to $1.75. Tea
poons with Capitol building in bowl
d Seal of South Camrolinma oin
andle 1.50 to $2.75. Broowhes, Ha t
as and Chatalaine Watch Pins, with
eal of the State of South Carolina in
olored Enamels ...price 500. to $1.75.
Have you a copy of our illustrated
talogue of staple goods. viz.: Wa tehes,
ewely, Silverware, Cut GTlass, etc.
H.I. LACH ICOTTE & CO.
lain Street, Columbia, S. C.
ea Cold in 0n
~ uinine Tablets. /
>ught, and which has been
as borne the signatnre of
s been made under his per
ipervision since its infancy.
O one to deceive you in this.
nd "Just-as-good" are bat
and endanger the heatlth of
ence against ,Expcriment.
tute for Castor Oil, Pare
rups. It is Pleasant. It
phine nor other Narcotie
'antee. It destroys Worms
cures Diarrhoea and Wind
roubles, cures Constipation
es the Food, regulateg the
healthy and natural sleep.
OR IA ALWAYS
e Always bought
er 30 Years.
RAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
R1. E. Ellison, Plaintiff,
V. P. Randolph & Co., Incorporated,
Copy Sunnons. F or Relief. Com
- Plaint Served.
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 uponl you, and to serve a copy
of your answer to the said complaint
on the subscrib r at his oflice, No. 1
Bank Rlange, Winnsboro, S. C.. with
in t wenty days after the service hereof,
exclusive of the day of such service;
and, if you fail to answer the complaint
within'the time aforesaid, the plaintiff
in tis action will :mpply to the Court
for the relief dcnmanded in the com
Dated June M~th, 195
J. E. MdeDONALD,
To the above-mmwcd Defendant:
Take notice that the comnplaint, to
gether with the summnons, of which the
foregong is a copy, wi. s fik d in the
olice of the Clerk of the Court of Com
mon Pleas for Feirthi~d County, in the
State of South Carolina, on the 14th
day of June, A. D). 1t005, Winnsboro,
July :;rd, 1005o.
'J. E. McDONA LD,
7-5-st Taintiff 's Attorney.
STATE OF SOUTH'CAROLINA,
CoUNTY OF FA tFIELD.
COUR~T OF COMMON PLEAS.
Thomns J. Cureton, Plaintiff,
V. P. Randolphi & Company, Defend
Copy Summons. For Relief. .Com-'
To the Defendant above-namned:.
You are htereby summoned and re
quired to answer the compl)aint in this
action, of which 'a copy is herewith
servedi uponi you, and to serve a copy
of your answer to the saidl complaint
on' the subscribers :at their offices, at
W\innsbore, S. C.. (bbove The Winns
boro Bank', wihi twenty days after
the service lwreof, exclusive of the day:
of such serv.ice: and, if yo fail to an
swer the conmnlaint within the time
aforsid, the plaintiff in this action
will apply to the Court for the relief
deman dc in the comnplaint.
Dated Jtuno 1th, 1905,
RAGSD)ALE & DIXON,
Plain tiff's Attorneys,
To the Defendant, V. P. Randolph &
Take not ice that the summons mn
this action, (together with the comn
~lait , of which the foregoing is a
.Op, was filed in the once of the
Clerk of Court for lai~id County, at
\\insocro,. ini said County, on the 14th
lav of .June. 190"5.
~ At3SiALE &DIXON,
7-.3-t 'laintiiis Attorneys.
THE MACFEAT BUSINESS COL
LEGE is :i!iowinlg a SPECIAL DIS
~OUNT. Enter, take advanitage of
his of fer, and be prepared for a posi
ion when the fall business opens.
All corresponudence answered prompt
M. i. BOWE1~N, Principal,
Colubiaa, S. C.
~Day n Two Days,