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All kinds of Injectors, Lubrleators,
Supplies for Saw Mills, Oil Mills au
Large stock of Well Pumps and Cyl
COLUIBiA, S C. The Mi
IT IS A FACT.
That a successful business can onl;
be attained through honest dealing
prompt service, and indefatigable at
tentlon to detail.
That no permanent success was eve
attained through trickery and subter
That quality wins first, last ani
always, and that manufacturers pro
duce different classes of Pianos.
That there are some Pianos mued
better than others.
That it is our policy never to mis
represent anything, nor allow our~sales
men to do so.
That we know that this is a goot
policy, because through strict attentiol
to these methods, our business con
tinues to grow rapidly.
That it means a good deal to yo'
to know in advance that the reputatiol
of our line of pianos has been estai
lished from 65 to 82 years.
That there is one in Columbia usei
Sat least forty years, and the town qual
ity shows no evidence of going out o
That the pianos you will secure fron
M1alone's Music House will be the bes
Ihat we, with years of experience il
choosing the best, can buy.
- For Catalogue, prices and terms,
M ALON E'SU
Columbia, S. C.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
FOR ALL PURPOSES SHIPPED
Carnations........................7 c. doze:
Roses....................... $2.00 per doze:
Lily of Valley....$1.00 to $1.50 per doze:
Aster............5e. to 7.5c. per doze:
Bouquets, Ba'kets or Boxes of
pretty Mixed Flowers......$1.50 u
We make a specialty of
Fine Wedding Work.
Write us when you wish anything i:
BULBS OR SEEDS.
ROSE HILL OXENHOS8ES
*COLUMBIA, S. C.
YOUR LIFE WITH THE
1RTIONAL LIFE IlSN8 I 1
"NOT Th E BIGG1EST,
BsUT THlE BEST.''
ORGAN*2KO IN 150.
HiUGHi S. WYLIE,
Wi7nemnsbon S. C.
cow V-s son.
_s$6nd hand we have it.
f thoroughly overhauled
ifix it good as new.
istles and Twine.
ve a full stock.
.cted from fire.
f ing. We handle the best
own & Sons,
all, S. C.
ear except Sunday.
. NICE LINE OF
INTHS. WE NEVER CLOSE AT
F A SEASON.
)re by coming to Columbia.
. - - COL.UMBIA, S. C.
House for the Stat
n MACHINERY SUPPLIFS.
Pipe, Valves, Fittings.
I any one in Machinery business.
iders. Get our price.
chinery Supply House of the State.
The "Modern Method" system of
1high-grade tailoring introduced by
-L E. Hays & Co., of Cincinnati, 0.,
Ssatisfies good dressers everywhere.
- Garments Made Strictly
fjto Your Measure
at moderate prices. 500 styles of foreign
1 and domestic fabrics from which to choose.
U Asks yordealr toshow you our line, ortf
not represented, write to us for particulars.
, E. HAYS @, Co.
THE MIACFEAT BUSINS COL.
LEGE is allowing a SPECIAL DIB
COUJNT. Enter, take advantage c
this offer, and be prepared for a posi
tion when the fall business opens.
All correspondence answered prompt
I ~ M. H. BOWEN, Peincipal,,
Columbia, S. C
1 will look :.Ls good s nIew if 3 01
2will have it cleaned and pressed
f am prepared to do tie v.ork to
iyou ut the mosit renwon':b.-~ pri'.e
and I gu~iuaLJtE' atmovn EnE l30
P having youlJr E14<-b I (-d
pressed it will ro~'k , , , )1mn
better all thu" whtEi id -
so much longer. If .n haoo
2been in the habit oW b it
suit kept in good CI d--r. -n
now and see Low lochl sait~f:te
ion there will be in thP i:mpJ"(v'
looks of the suit and in its lon
wear. Give me a trial.
tf. W. Bose DurLamn.
THE "BOSS" COTTON ~PRESS3
SIEPL.EST, STRONGEST, lEST
THE MURRAY G:NMtio STYTEZ0
Gins, Feeders, Condensers, Etc.
GIBBES MACHINERY CO.
Colusnbia, S. C. 9
A. R. Bass, of Ml~or aw, Ind.
had to get up ten or t welv? ?une in
the night and had severe back-ache and
painS in tiam kidneys. WVas cured by
Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by Mo
Wh ite Oak Notes.
During an electric storm Fri
day evening the.house of Robert
Hall was struck by lightning and
considerably demolished. The
family had a narrow escape.
An infant of Mr. and Mrs. W.
U. Patrick of Woodward died
Thursday and was buried here
-Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Patrick of
King's Mountain spent last week
with home-folks here.
The Misses Guy of Chester
spent the past week here.
Mr. W. D. Wylie has returned
home from a visit tu relatives at
Mossydale and Oakland.
Mr. W. H. Hamilton of David
son College spent a short while
here the past weak.
Mrs. Bueschel of Columbia, af
ter spending several weeks with
her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Patrick,
retured home to-day.
Mr. Rt. K. Sessions of Black
stock is clerking for C. W. Mob
ley & Co.
Mas. T. W. Traylor and chil
dren are with relatives at Feas
Our young friend, Mr. B. E.
Wilson, is off on a pleasure trip
in North Carolina.
August 19, 1905. N.
THE CHRISTIAN churches
at Constantinople, Turkey, and
Yohahoma, Japan, have long used
the Longman & Martinez Paints
for painting their churches.
Liberal contributions of L. &
.A. Paint will be given for such
purpose wherever a church is
F. M. Scofield, Harris Springs,
S. C., writes, "I painted our old
homestead with L. & M. twenty
six years ago. Not painted since;
looks better than houses painted
in the last four years."
W. B. Barr, Charleston, W.
Va., writes, "Painted Franken
burg Block with L. & M., shows
better than any buildings here
have ever done, stands out as
though varished, and actual cost
of paint was less than $1.20 per
gallon. Wears and covers like
These Celebrated Paints are
sold by McMast-r Co., Winns
boro, S. C.; G. L. Kennedy & Co.,
Blackstock, S. C.; Chas. P. Wray
& Co., Ridgeway, S. C.
Mrs. J. Mf. McNaull and chil
dren have returned to Dillon.
Mrs. A. M. McNaull and chil
dren of Lee, Fla., who have been
visiting Mr. Eugene McNaull, are
now at Bethune.
Miss Jennie Milling has re
turned homie after a pleasant vis
it to relatives in Ne wherry, ac
companied by her cousin, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Gossett of Paco
1st have baen the guests of Mrs.
W. J. Crawford.
Mrs. W. J. Lemmon has re
turned home after a few days
stay with relatives in .Richland.
'Mr. Amos Gladney is at the
home of Mr. James R. Harvey.
Miss Grace Chappell, who has
been visiting in this neighbor
hocd for several weeks past,
has returned home.
TIye Diamond Cure.
fThe latest news from Paris is,
that they have discovered a dia
mond cure for consumption. If
you fear consumption or pneu
monia, it will, however, be best
for you to take that great remedy
mientioned by W. T. MJcGee, of
Vanleer, Teun. "I had a cough
for fourteen years. Nothing
helped me, until I took Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, which gave
instant relief, and effected a per
nanen t cure." Unequalled quick
-ure for Thrpat 4ndj Lung Trou
)Ies. A t M[gstp Co's Qbear
Drug Co.'s and John Hi. Mi Ms
~er & Co.'s drug storcs; price 50c.
Lfnd $1 .00, guaranteed. Trial bot
The average educated man gets
-saayof $4,000 a year. lIe
wok 0yairs, mak~ing a tofal of
.40,000 in a lifetime. The
average day laborer gets $1 56 a
dayv 300 (lays in a year, or $450
in a year. In 40 years he earns
$18,000. The difference, or 2,
000, equals the v'alue of an edu
cation. To acqaire this aqgrning
capacity requires twelve years at
school of 180O days each, or 2..160
dlays. Divide 822.000 by 2,1100,
and it is found that each day at
school is worth a little more than
$10 to the pupil-Selected.
Taeat Your Kidney* for Resumatism.
When you are suff'erinig from rheu
miatism, the kidneys must be attended
to at once so that they will eliminate
the uric acid from the blood. Foley's
Kidney Curie is the most effective rem
edy for- this purpose. R. T. Hop~kins,
of Polar, WVis., says, "After unsuccess-]
fully doctoring three years for rheunma
tismi with the best doctors, I tried
Foley's Kid(rey Cure and it cured me.
I cannot speak too highly of this grreat
medicine." It puirifies the blood by -E
straining out implurities and tones up
mte :i4.ole system. Cures kidner andt
bladder tog~ht Sold by McMaster.
PREnlUIS FOR ALFALF A
Offered by The Agricultural Society
of South Carolina. Directions for
The Agricultural. Society of
South Carolina with headquar
ters at Charleston has under
taken to stimulate the growing
of alfalfa, the grea test of all the
forage crops, by offering pre
miums for the bes.t cuttings dur
ing the year 1906 as per the
premiums offers found below.
Fairfield was o ae of the very
first counties in South Carolina
to introduce this. erop, which has
been grown with. some measure of
success by sevcral parties in the
county at varcous tim'es. With
the stimulus that should come
from thes. offers, the re ought to
be a number to try it this sea
son, at least enough to bring the
prize offered. this , ay, where it
can be, if ndy the p roper efFOrt
Premiums for the best crops of
Alfalfa. hay ma- in Sonth Caro
lina during 1906, offered by the
Agricultural Society of South
1. Those who desire to com
pete for these prizes, must send
their names to J. Baciluan
Chisolm, Secretary of Agricul
tural Society of South Carolina,
No. 26 Brrad Street, Charleston,
S. C., giving the location and
postoffice address and stating
whetherthey have entered for the
five acre or one acre prize, on or
before September 1, 1905.
2. Tne same party cannot en
ter for both the five and one acre
3. The hay must be cut. cured
and baled, from tihe five acre plot
in one tract, all in one five acre
body. The results are not to be
made up by taking any portion
of one or more acres from vari
ous sections of any tract.
4. This hay should be cut as
socn as the bloom appears, after
the 1st of May, 1906, and as
frequently as the crop will war
rant untill the 1st of Novem
5. An examination of the
quality - of the hay, and the
weighing of same, will be made
by a commibtee of judges com
posed of three responsible resi
dents of the neighborhood, who
shall give certificates of same.
6. On receipt of the certificates
giving the aggregate of the total
cuttings between May 1st and
November 1st of those who have
entered this competition, the
Agricultural Committee of the
Society, will at once pay over to
the successful contestarzt the
award of $100, for the best
results of Alfalfa hay from the
five acres, and S50 for the best
results from one acre. These
certificates must be sent to the
Secretary of the Society before
the 31st of December, 1906.
The Secretary of the the So
ciety will be pleased to furnish
those who desire to enter the
contest, with information as to
where they can procure the
Alfalfa seed, and such informa
tion as to the preparation of land,
fertilization, planting and cutting
of the crop, as given in the UT. S.
Agricultural Bulletins, No. 31 &
215, on "Alfalfa."
William G. Hinson,
JnQ. S. Worlbeck,
James S. Murdoch,
Theo. G. Barker,
Sa'm'l. G. Stoney,
I)IRECTIONS FOR CULTIVATING.
The following directions for the
cultivation of Alfalfa at the.
South are taken from C. W. How
ard's Manual of the cultivation
of Forage Crops and Grasses at
the South, one of the best au
phorities on the subject;
The grund designed for Lw -
cern or Alfalfa should be made as
clean: as possible. In its first
year it is delicate and in rich
ground is liable to be smothered
by weeds and especially by crab
grass; as the roots penetrate to a
great 4epth the soil should be
ploweA to a great depth. A
beavy two-horse plow should be
followed by a. two-horse sub-soil
plow. It would be well to cross
plow in the same way. The sur
face should he h-.rrowed and re
harrowed until it is perfectly free
from lumps and smIooth.
Too much pains cannot be taken
with the grounds as to cleanness,
:lepth of plowing, and fertility.
[t woi be best for auny one who
joes pot design to take these
paine to 1t it alone.
If barn yard manu~re is used, it
should be so perfectly rotted as
to contain no seed.s of weeds;
:ommercial fertilizers are better,
>n this account, and one shoulh)
e selected containing a grruall
Lmount of ammount anid a larwe
percentage of phosphate aid
otash. One thousaud pounds
>f this per acre would not be too
nuch. It should be thoroughly
iarrowed in before the seed is
The seed should be sown in
he South during the early Fali,
n cdrills 12 to 15 inches apart,
using about 15 pounds per acre.
It should be covered very lightly
with a brush, or, better still, with
a roller, if sown just before a
rain no covering is needed. Dur
ing the first year it should be cut
frequently, whenever it has at
tained a growth of ten or twelve
inches, mowing the whole land
which will cut down all weeds
and grass that may have started
and prevent their forming seed.
The Committee would suggest
a mixture of not less than one
thousand pounds of Kainit and
disolved bone, and if the land is
deficient in lime,, would suggest
that one thoasand pounds of
lime be applied.
Forced to Starve.
B. ,. Leek, of Concord, Ky.,
says: "For 20 years I suffered
agonies, with a sore on my upper
lip, so painful, sometimes, that I
could not cat. After vainly try
ing everything else, I cured it,
with Bucklen's Arnica Salve."
S It's great for burns, cuts and
wounds. At McMaster Co.'s,
Obear !)rug Co.'s and John H.
McMaster & Co.'s drug stores;
Cotton is opening fast in some
places and the fields will soon
be full of cotton pickers.
Mrs. E. J. Yarborough and
grandson are on a visit to rela
tives in Greenville.
Miss Eunita Ruff has been
visiting friends and relatives in
Richland county, returning home
about ten days ago.
Mrs. E. A. McDowell and chil
dren of Ninety-Six are visiting
her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. A.
Scott, at Monticello.
The meeting at Little River
church closed last week. Con
sidering the unfavorable weather
it was well attended. Every ene
spoke of the excellent sermons
that Rev. J. L. Freeman preached
throughout the week.
Mr. C. ). Chappell of Branch
ville visited his family last week.
There is some talk of Mr. Chap
pell moving his family to Branch
Ville, however we Lope that it is
nothing more than talk.
Mrs. W. D. Davis of Long Run
is visiti:.g relatives in Greenville.
Miss Lauhon of Columbia has
been visiting at the home of Mrs.
M. D. Murphy.
Dr. J. D. McMeekin is prac
tising dentistry at Peak this
Misses Maude and May Mc
Meekin will attend school this
session at the new college in
There is a decided improve
ment in the roads fromn Jenkins
ville to Alston. This improve
ment was advocated by Mr. B. H.
Yarborough, the motion went
into effect, ther'efore we have a
Mr. Clarence McEachern has
been sick at his home for several
weeks. We hope that his~ condi
tion will soon be much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Swittenberg
of Jalapa spent last week with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. S.
Aug. 18, 1905.
No False Claimns.
Theb Cproprimiors of Foley3's Honey
andi Tar doc niot adve-tisethis as a "sure
cure for consumption.'' They do not
claim& it will eure this dread( complaint
inl adlvaniced stages, but do positively
assert that it will eure in the earlier
stages a.,.d never fails to give comfort
and reliei in the wvorst cases. Folev's
Honey und Tar is without doubt the
greatest throat andi lung remedly. R~e
fuse substitutes. Sol by MeMaster Co,
Worth Looking Into.
Every merchant should look
over his stock of lprinted station
ery at this time. If found to be
out of anything in the printing
line, let your wants be known at
the Ne w and Herald ofdee, where
all orders. are given prompt and
carefa! attention in every part
icalar. No need to send else
where. Work satisfactory; prices
right. See if it "aiut" so.
When the adlvocates of the
dispennry tell us that the public
school fands will be cut if the
dispensaries are voted out, give
them the words of Dr. George
B. Cromier, the former president
of Nowherry College: ''Money for
the schoI>!s is good, but there
are better things than money for
the schools. The blight of God's
curse falls uponl the people that
resort to methods that dull the
public conscience and lower the
Lone0 of publie moras"Bp
Jood for Stomach Trouble and Con
"Chmherlin' Stomnetih and Liver
Uablts have donle nme a great deal of
Godt."' say (. Towns, of Rat P'ortnge,
)iari, f:mt::la. "Pleinig a mild phyv
ii the :alter e.tR-Lts are not unpleasant,
unl I eani ret'onunem~)i themI toi all who)
ufl'er trom iistonmach disorder."' For1
ale byv Obea r Drug C.o.
Tae Laxative Bromi
Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 mo
L. T. BAKER, Superintendent.
Mrs. T. M. JOIZE
SESSION OF 905-1906 BEGINX
P'Iuils Lre re- gt not to purchs
by t1ir ttem-hrl .
I :alitiol to the e:>nnon schiool
exceptionall v st row, seiowirv or hi r
to pursue wis, profvti!e.
well selcte- lilrarv. c.omie)te set of a
and the high mrontl tone aiti health of
tions oIfred by this school to students
TUITION AND I:
H igh School Department ...............
Eighth Grade for other than Eng
Outside of District in Comnion S
For further information apply al
SYSTEM OF M
Due West F(
47TH YEvR BEGBI
Strong Faculty of 5 men,
126 pupils from 11 states;
A. B., B. S. and L. 1. de;
Boaad and ttition $1.50 1
Ideal place for puiet stud:
influences, and kind perst
Fo'r Catalog address
S UM M ER.
Your vacation time is near; don't
you need some fresh new Jewelry for
Shirt waist sets in gold, trold filled
and silver are quite popular this season.
Silver buckle nins, threc-piece sets,
75c.; same, gold filled and also enam
eled, $1.00: numerous other designs,
plain and fancy, 50~c. to $.5.00.
With the summer weather and low
neck dresses comes the necessity for
some neck ornament. A nick locket
and chain is always suitable. Solid
Goild Chains from $3.50 to $5.00. Solid
Gold Lockets $.5.00 and up. We have
some beauties in Gold Lavaliere Chains,
with Amethyst, Tourmaline and Pearl
pendants, ranging in prica from SS.50)
to $14.00. Also have them in gold
filled from $4.50 to $6.50. These are
very handsome and stylish. Neck
beads are also in vogue. Solid Gold
Beads $l15.00 and un. Gold Filled
Beads $3.23 to $5.50. Fren ch Pearl150e.
to $5.00. Enamel Torqunoise 353c., 50c.
to $2.50. Real Amber $1.50.
Coffee Spoons $1.00 to $1.75. Tea
Spoons with Capitol building in bowl
and Seal of South Carolina on
handle $1.50to $2.75. Brooches, Hat
Pins and Chatalaine Watch Pins, with
Seal of the State of South Carolina in
Colored Enamels ...price 50O0. to $1.75.
Have you a copy of our illustrated
entalogue of staple goods, vizi.: Watches,
Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass, etc.
P. Hi. LACHICOTTE &CO.,
244 flaln Street, Columbia, S. C.
One Dollar Saved Represents Ten
The aiverage ma~n does not save to
'xeed teni per cent of his earnings.
lHe must spend nine dollars in livingr
xpenses for every dollar saved. Tha et
ieing the ease he cannot betocrf
thou t unnecessaryX epenses \' erv
iften ai few. eet properly inlvested,
ihe hayvingr seeds for hik garden, will
ave several diolhtrs .'uthav latr on. It
s thet sameht in! 'o uig tiehtubherlainu's
*liec, 'huolera and D iarrhoa~. tmedy.
t c'osts but a few eets andi a bottle f
t in t he house .4rten savs a doctor 's1
,21 of seea dollar.. l''or Ndae by
-e a Cold in Oni
O Quinine Tabwet.,
fs This siennemeen W.
ORO, S. C.
J. H. THORNWELL, Assistant.
'AN, Musie Teacher.
ON MONDAY, SEPT. 1 9 A. M.
;e books until correct lists are furnished
or elementary course, Mt. Zion offers an
i school prepdiratioi for pupils intending
onal careers. A strong corps of teachers,
r)paratus for instruction in the sciences,
the coirunity are among the attrac
from this and adjoining counties.
........ ... ......$2.50 per month. t
ish Branches............. 1.00 " "
hool Branches ........... 1.00 " "
>ply to ISuperintendCnt or
J. FRANK FOOSHE,
Secretarv Board Trustees.
Arts, Laws, Sciences and
BiMBER 27, 1905.
VIN SLOAN, President.
Columbia, S. C.
r, thorough work, sweet Christian
LES BOYCE, President,
West, Abbelille Co., S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FA IRFIELD.
COURT OE COMMION PLEAS.
Forence G. Feaster, Plaintiff,
Thomas E. Bell, Defendant.
Summons, for Relief. Complaint not
To the Defendant above-named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action, which is filed in the office of
the Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas, for the said County. and to serve
a copy, of your answer to the said com
plaint on the subscribers at their office,
No. 2 Bank Ranige, Winnsboro, 5, C.,
within twenty 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 plainttiff ini this action will apply
to th~e Court for the relief demhanded
in the complaint.
Dated August 53th, A. D. 1905.
A. S. & W. D. DOUGLASS,
To the absent Defendant, Thomas E.
Take notice, that the summons, of
which the foregoing is a copy, and the
complaint in this action were filed in
the office of the Clerk of Court of Com
mon Pleas for Fairfield County on the
6th day of Auent, 190.5.
A. S. & W. D. DOUGLASS,
S-9-Gt Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
WILL BE CONTINUED 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 of,
hearse when requested.
Thankful for, past patronage
and solicitous for a share in the
future, in the old stand.
Calls attended to at all hours.
TH ELIOTT GIN SHP.
J. M. ELLIOTT & CO.
Notice is hereby given that th
mdersined will apply to the Judge of
L'robate for Fairfield County, on the
orlh dayi of Septemiber, 1905, for a
iual discharge a.C s Admninistrator of
h e-es ate of F. C. Lupo, dleccased.
h-1 It .A'd ministrat< r.