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WE RUN OUR BUSINESS
Every Day in the Year except Sunday.
WE CARRY A NICE LINE OF
Horses and Mules
THROUGH THE SUMMERMONTHS. WE NEVER CLOSE AT
THE END OF A SEA SON.
---oGR STOCK OF
BUGGIES and WAGONS
T HE L ARGEST IN SOUT H CA ROLINA.
You can save your mileage and more by coming to Columbia.
GREG )RY-RHEA MULE COMPANY.
JNO. W. CONDER, Manager.
PeIrin St..----------------- - - - - cowwiU:A. S. C.
Get This Next.
M ach inery for the Coming season.
New or second hand we have it.
Your old mna chin ery 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 handre the best.
We o. McKeown & Sons,
Cornwell, S. C.
Machinery Supply House for the State
WE SELL EVERYBODY.
Hdquarters fo EERYTHIN in MA-H [NE RY SPPLIFS.
Supp i~ fr Sa ill Oil Mills ata ixy one in Maxc nery business.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY,
COLUrBIA, S C. The Machinery Supply House of the State.
The News and Herald Office !
isive quality in talkc
ch with the newest
nent of style, rich:
1d wyell-knownT firm
'sentatives all over
ss permits the carr
mportations and th
employment of expi
it quality~ of tailorix
te the Hays Systen
nter styles in suil
ative in your city,
& CO., Cinc
One good may be worth a thous
And all the surh of wretched
ness that fills
he earth, the sea, the archin
Cannot exceed the wealth c
joy that lies
In sweet low words, in smile
and loving eyes
annot compare with love, if lov
Doctors Could Not help her.
"I had kidney trouble for ye~ars,
rites Mrs. Raymond Conner, of She]
m, Wash., "anid the doctors couI<
ot help me. I tied Foley's Kidne:
ure, and the very first dose gave i
,elie and I am! no1w cured' I canumo
ty too much for Foley's Kid ney Cure.'
makes the diseased kidneys soun<
they will eliminate the poisons fron
Ie bhood. Sold byv McMaister CJo.
A necessary enll to greatnes
a divino call to be born of
reat mother. Few men eve
utch greatness without this di
ioe call. Julius Ciesar, th
'racchi, Washington, Bonapart e
lacon, Lincoln and McKinle'
ere born of queenly mothers
usanna Wesley was easily pee
f any in the noble group. Shi
as one of the most accomplish
I ladies of her timne. Adan
larke says he never saw be:
lual. Wesley started well.
Attacked by a Mob
>d beaten, in a labor riot, unti:
>vered with sores, a Chicage
reet ca- conductor applied
ucklen's Arnica Salve, and was
>onl sound and well. "I use ii
!a1v family," writes G. J. Welch,
Thkonsha, Mich., "and find it
~rfect." Simap great for cuts
id burns. O,'lv 25c at McMas
r Co.'s, Obear Drug Co.'s and
>hu H. MzcMaster & Co.'s drug
Learn to sav -No." Tt will l e
more use to yelu thaa to be
le to read Latin.
Has Stood the Test 25 Years.
Le old, original GROVE'S Tasteless
ill Tonic. You know what you are
~ing. It. is iron and u~i in i ni ai
teless form,. N o eure, noe p-ty. 50c.
Probably more meni would
ink sodla water if it weren,'t for
a name of the stuff.
ured Miemorrhagt s of the Lungs.
Several years sin1ce miy lungs were
undly af'eted that F had manyII hiemi
bages," writes A. M, Ake, of WVood,
I. "'I took treatmniit with several
~sicianis without any benefit. I th |
7ted to take F'oley's Hon1ey and1 Tar
I myW lungs are no0w as sound as a
let. I reommendia it inl advanced
res of lung trouble~." Sold by Mc-,
ring attained only by
ideas in fabrics and fa
aess and exquisite t
of merchant tailors,
ying of a stock of mo:
e highest grade of d(
irt cutters and tailors
ig service at moderate
i-the "Modern Meti
ings and overcoatin
write us direct.
~N OLD ADACE
"A Iight purse is a heavy curse
Sickness makes a light purse.
f The LIVER is the seat of nir
tenths of all disease.
:ut t's Pilb
go to the root of the whole mal
ter, thoroughly, quickly safel;
and restore th e action of th
LIVER to normal condition.
Give tone to the system an14
solid flesh to the body.
Take No Substitute....i
WILL P>E CONTINUED D~
the futurc thie salme as in the pa.,
in the old establishment in all it
departments with a full stock o
Caskets, Eurial Cases and Coffin
-constantly on hand, and use o
;hearse wheni requeste'd.
Thankftil for past patronae
and solicitous for a share in the
future, i a the old stand.
Calls atttended to at all hours.
M ELLIOTT GIN SHOP.
J. M.L ELLIOTT & CO.
IYOUl11 LIFE WITH THE
NKHiAL LIE INSRANCE
"NOT THlE BIGGEST,
B3UT THE iEST''
ORGAN 2!!Z". IN -1Q50.
HUGH S. WYLIE,
Winnsboro, S. C.
[iaie Laxative Bron
Rave M~ionboxes sold in past 12 m
lo you desire that exclh
creators who are in tou
'his indescribab~le elet
a in -every garment w
Te are an extensive as
asure only, with repre
he scope of our busine
arieties-the newest i
It also permits the
I finish are irreproacli
you desire the highet
pay you to investiga
1r new Fall and Wi
we have no represeni
L. E. HAY
What One Keg of Beer Cost.
The saloonkeeper in whose
possession it was said he paid
$1.25 for it. A couple of men
came in and asked for some beer.
He drew them each a mug full(
out of the keg and they paid ten'
cents apiece. They liked it and
called for another and another.
After drinking three or four they|(
began to get drunk. They kept I
on and got thoroughly intoxicated.'
Then they began to quarrel and
finally one man killed the other.
It cost the county of Los An
geles, in which the event occured, v
$32,000 to get the murderer ar- ti
rested and punished. So that
one keg of beer cost at least ther
sumO of $1.25, one life and $32,-~s
000; quite a sum to pay for so
small a thing. -New Voice.
THtREE ,JURORS CURkis
Of Cholera Morbus with 0 ie Sm-i. ,8
Bottle of Chamberlain's Col, . - I
era and Diarrhea Remedy. y
Mr. G. WV. Fowler, of Highatowe ,
Ala., relates an experience he h i
While serving on a petit jury in a imiir .
dler ease at Ed wardsville, county seat S
of Clebourne county, Alabatn:a He
<ays: "While there I ate some fresh0
maeat and sonic souse meiat andI iL gave
moe cholera morbus ini a very severe e
:orm.i d wasi never more sick ini my C
if idsent to the drug siomx for a ce
aini cholera mixture. but te druggist C'
enti i ea bottle of Chamberlain's Colie, C
:hole a and Diarrhoea R lhmedy instead,
ayingo th-it he had what I sent for,
*ut i at t his medicine was so t ituch
-etter he would r-at her send it to mue in a
h.- tx I was in. I took one do,-e. of it ei
.n: "as better in five mzitnutes. The
-ec nd do-ne (-ured mec entirelv. Two
Mbllow jurors were atilieted int the stnne 13
cia nner and one smnall bottle cured thbe sa
hr ee of us" For sale by Obenr in ug it
The man who has searched for P
20 blessing on ear th will probaby
End none in heaven.J
Feet Swollen to immense Size.
"I had kidney trouble so bad," says
F. J. Cox. of Valley View. Ky., "that ofj
could not wbrk, my feet werec swollen i
o imenise size an d I was conlined to
nty bed and p~hysiciants were unable to
ive me any relief. My doctor finally
>rescribed Foley's Kidney Cure which TI
niade a well mian of me" A void seri- Cl
'us results of kidney or blaidder dlisor- tal
icr by taking Foley's Kidney Cure ta:
loki by McMaster Co.
A legacy of love to the worthy dIr
it better than a faw tune to the thi
A Remedy Without a Peer.
"I find Chamberlain's Stomach and 'er
,iver Tablets more beneficial thatn any I.14
ther remedy .1 ever used for stomach phu
-ouble," says J P. Kiote, of Edna, sta
lo. For any disorder of the stomlach, amn
iliousness or constipation, thlese Tab- hul
ts are without a peer-. For sale by st.
IWe move about Sept.
15th No. 1432 Main Street,
almost opposite Masonic
to close out every PIANO
and ORGAN in stock, and
have marked down prices
as an inducement.
WRITE or CALL
quickly if you desire a big
bargain either in a PIANO
H or ORGAN.
For catalogues, prices
and terms, address
MA LON E'S
Columbia, S. C.
FOR A LL PURPOSES SHIPPED
Roses... ...............$2.00 per dozen
Lily of Valley....$l.00 to $1.50 per dozen
Aster.............0. to 75c. per dozen -
Bouquets, Ba'kets or Boxes of
pretty Mixed Flowers....$50 up
We make a speciailty of
IFine Wedding Work.
Write us when you wish anything in L
BULBS OR SEEDS.t
ROSE HILL (9R2NROUS8S8
COLUMBIA, S. C.
re a Cold in One
10 Qtiimme Tabs. /
onahs. This signature,
FOR TH E
SUM M ER.
Your vacation time is near; don't
you need somne fresh new Jewelry for
Shirt waist sets in gold, gold flled
and silver are quite popular this season.
FRilver buckle pins~, three-piece sets,
7.5c.; same, gold filled and also enam
eled, $1.00: numerous other designs,
plain and fancy, 50c. to $5.00.
With the summer weather and low
neck dresses conmes the necessity for
some neck ornament. A nick locket
and chain is alwava suitable. Solid
Goild Chains from $3.50 to $8.00. Solid
Gold Lockets $5.00 and up. We have
some beauties in Gold LavaliereChan,
with Amethyst Tourmaline and Peal
pendants, ranging in prie from $8.54)
to $14.00. Also have them in gold
filled from $4.50 to.368.50. These are
very handsome and stylish. Neck
beads are also in vogue. Solid Gold
Beids $1.5.00 and up. Gold F1 kd
Beads $3.25 to$5.50. French Pearl.5Cc.
to $5.00. Enamel Torquolse 35e., 5Cc.
to $2.50. Real Amber $1.50.
Coffee Spoons $1.00 to $1.7o. Tea
spoons with Capitol building in bowl
Lind Seal of South Carolina on
iandle $1.50 to $2.75. Brooches, Hat
Pins and Chatalaine Watch Pins, with
seal of the State of South Carolina in
jolored Enamels ...price 500. to $l.75.
Have you a copy of our illustrated
atalogue ofstaplegoods, viz.: Watches,,
ewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass, ete.
~. H. LACIHCOTTE & CO..
J EWEL.E RU.
44 fltain Street, Columbia, S. C'.
THE MACFEAT BUSINESS COL.
EGE is allowing a SPECIAL DIS
D)UNT. Enter, take advantage of
is offe.r. and be prepared for a posi
mn when the fail business opens.
1I1 correspondence answered prompt
M. H. BOWEN, Principal?
Columbia, S. C