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FU1IHDWEVETY INNSBORO; S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEq 1905.ESALSD 84
Readily suggests a piacex,
Our Watches cons5ist of st
and is cornlete in lel sizes
and solid gold Jewefry of ev
verware; andA our stock of fi
We not only have the besi
a GuaraYour money r
risk and the leasre is yow
means yourvf ent r4-esaiae
JUST ANY OLD TGT 'T
Will do for a while, but it wiil not take you
long to find the difference between the ref!
article and its imitati. This sad discovery
never cones to those who uy0
Hackney and Chae ity
for they are tI real thin-g, the Baggy "I L".
Nor is there any olf tihat sad realization that
you have been duped by taking th "lust as
good" when you buy an -
unless you have a different experience from
those who have tried them==ad tiat you
surely will not have.
K. R. MGcM ASTEPR
A Fooat Prepared Espcily
The United Breeders Dairy Food contains; the e ein1nuedd for' pro
auchi an extent that a large quandt: Wi:;rg i, whcha ts thr.~gh r e
tMon, is aved byV this proh'' . .7. a t'01ie lor ?juimy~la tin e j. iiWouhi
Duri-g the mon;thi- whou r e's' ar .e *sh' on e :emsurfl f'r (an ~ eow
morning :Ei night, t> be fe I wi g' u or siied(rCi~~.lV.u:
For G r arget or risik Feve fe- 'l::! th h eu ration~ until reivry
This rule a1ppliestk ay th
W~here cowvs Fai! to cie Iodh ap of D-i :y 2 ' n a t bran
mash, repeatin:~ Ihis tW' wo ' or throthn whi1. 'st ha i> >arn lh t:".,
lieve. Then ieed regutla r doe fo '- y day an it 'a l a a ew a- 0~
Fond i.ng Unitedx greeders Dairy Food ra a.' (s ows in a :~cilh
The United Breeders Diry Food i.nculda pev tv oa ru.
whlen ealves are thr.a d. \ ola1 m se fe h a h ~ a esu tui --l
a day in skimt ilkb. Tia s i fl 1111' m182 It orrh~l and eady dve >oIue
of theci, n is *the ur -l''mJ \.. -edit
Lorick & Lowrance, ~nc.
Stock andi Pou1iy Supplias
To Buy Your WINTER
We have the mos'.t emplete Fail stock of "Leather" shtoes~
evi cerythiug :or the ecoti t of the feet thatt can be 1ha,'nd
aLire and let lite 1;iC2S- -i
S. F. &F. A.DAVIS, ~
~ito MAIN STiRE.ET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
U t We Bough1t Early Before the Advance.)
&- ve 9a~~3
I 0'i S 21
U, Q 10 1
e -no s e
r9om Lade toi
1eCut UGlass a
~, out our pric
efunded if goc
jro. Noted for
An O'ax on the "White, tile Black
:,Ud the. saap;:y Cayenre.
.3 :.:a c:u wn1to pepi.-r is an
mn:: tn.: Gi m te k vld fis.h
in h 1 f Our da d1i. It
hasbot ilrarand odor "A is mlost
app:*etizin, w Ile , t hhte is naulsent
in: For rea snap and g'; ;ive Ime
cn.e 0' N1'e vf yur papria: I)id
y t r inl your -Ap Ind
: ev en1ts ' L l the par cles
*h::zr '.o ceter. The red
s I i ,nero at en
miywithl er -.rv othr.Tryth experf
Ixd IL m-L u pr. aniy~ th.:t idark
:n ,v1ile rod s laxa
lar:: gu::illie oi- tayei e and are
u ne . to a dy apepia. I n'ever
he:"rt of - sua aeri frorn i.1p ired
or ic', rec ,, :: --,tion.
a~t us' epa ch 11 these things~ undler
ia' i : Ji::. Tim iadical term7 for
;;Iac. peper c is ":ipr and tis s 1am
:g::::-::: i a iza ia t for the. stom1
sicina" :s~d S.: tn i it t sw ll sa
1 at -'w1
. . if r~on niilleted withl
cho- . modu-:tal-s hiry dralair of
a Ci11 a d I ,i '. And
THE. SMOKER'S PARADISE.
A Cm:tnar "" .s of~ 'iToneC~o In the
jjtao '1 the e >l2a.'Ioe whit al-O
1u -f1:2 d . . a 7 be:a4a' had41 i a
e .e ~o.:e eta friend a
T ae :uu, t !ie i'wt sees that
a fasi eiarupon leaving Is
- Ia unatil their
-d. :aj the 111 :-es-i
. a s'aa her us:iliy lights
Iaaf '~a fr-.m t stump1]. of the
- aab.; one ini 1is miouth
- :-r1e1 (-ually dievoted to
ng I thelr nine; to bell
'a- on1ly layrh:' It down.
a a a: e leep. Shaould theyN
a " hea are gaoing to :-leep
a w a :::. light their pipes
b acut r. bed in the niorn
MOND?' .Y A WASH DAY.
tI . )y1 a I. ~w:. tot IX Promi the
. li tvc' ae Pila:n.
I3........: l i-%ho;' t :0 a b l10
hat 1.. Or con \tr al ciuni lle hinkr.
-.1 - n::i aa::: an .ain
'a.I..'ad la at an t o utd
n . ... a eta ca v. - s It e, ah-:rs
b to seaeV i f I : ret aa a s a-t
.-.in.e, of.: Iit"' hand.~ t
hi .-~ ..a, ajl a o t h b:: I bi hS
m a , a ' .\ : I. fel'ah1 r,'-1 ':a. thc fstl
of the -..t ri nlsit fashaan Glo3.Fi
d the largest z
the best factor
ied collection (
. We also hie
Os are the very
ds are not as
anything in (
fine Watch w
The Lat.h Is Uted on Indians Guilty
"Wiile in thc Cietaw ation," said
a traveling man to a IIouston Post re
p)rter, "I saw a sight that impressed
mn' nmch. As everybody knows, the
Indians have long maintained their
tribal courts and enforced their own
lw. but congress several years ago
denitd them jutrisdi-tion ove': felony
cases and since that time they have
administered the law only in misde
I arrived in Eagletown, a 'little
town away off the railway in the
neighborhood of the Arkansas line, and
'ot instantly I realized that some
thin-g out of the ordinary was going on,
for the pha-e seemed to swarm with
tav:ny Indians. Upon inquiry I was
iiformed that it was sentence day and
t I::t tie Indian court would deal with
mle-factors. First one Indinn after
aithcr was brought before the Indian
judge, who conducted the proceedings
ia Chetaw, and as fast as one pris
ouer was convicted the constable or
sucriff. as the case might be, would
ta:ke Lin out and infliet the punish
.In all mi.demeanor cases they whip
-that is. a person convicted of a cer
:!n ~en receives so many lashes.
-the wuld take the prisoner to a big
k tree. into the body of which had
been (ilven an Iron pin ef'Tr- ut th0
,-i1 abioet two feet above the averag0
man's helical, and, atfter tying his hands
t oether anad stripipitig the prisoner to
the waist, he wouuld be stretched along
lihe trer- in an~ upright posItion, and
then the Indian officer would take his
greatt rawhide strap. soaked and pre
pared for t he purpose, and apply it
with intense vigor on the back of the
"These blows were dealt only fronj
the elbow, but the force used Ma
,inily taidenced bly the twisting,
euronjojU contortions of the victim.
Whilie the blood did not conie, great
redi welts were plentifal, an~d the pain
was fudyc manifested, but not in one
single instance did I note an outcry.
The~ guilty, with traditional stoicism,
took their punishment, but niever was
ther e an outcry. All about the tree
were gathered tihe friends y~d seg4~
:tolon, land the malnnerC~ in which they
buayed the unfortunate was a caution.
They had absolutely no mercy, and I
was informed that the tongue bMshings
.1 ee-nanayinlg the ordeal we-t regard
id -heig tenfold worse than the
actua! indlictionl of the blows,
"it used to be~ the enso that the In
dmua courts or, to speak with greater
accu:-acy, the tribal courts, had power
to iii i It calpital puilshmen~t, and it
was onlyv just before the present cen
tury open'!ed that such was deniggA
them b y congress2
Aliens In England Long Ago.
England, exceipt for the remote
day:s when~ INiig John found it protit
leto pul11 out the teeth of wealithy
Jws, ha:- troubled herself little about
the alien. She did, however, get tre
mendously excitedl in the time- of Jameos
I. o-f Eup:1:utd eover thle questhon wheth
erthe ( ::-laisg spirits lie brought
wit ha fr-om S-orland should lie ad
mat to the privileges of English cit
ienship. The matter was the subject
of soien-n trial, and a sort of comn
pmise wa-s evolved. All th-~e b)orn
before the~ unin of the- crowns wvere
hel t be al-ens. an l all tie'ift bAUrg
afir ar '. ( vere it 'i,'ther - iand eit.
,.- l ~t waIs also ide::i:end thoa a child
- 'rn abroad wih :e- father to g:-anld
iiather on the father's side wte at it
e- . teoul not, however, success
au~ hi if his father at tile time of
l:brh wa s it traito~r or felon or en
:a iwar- agaist 'Uns country. l~a
the~ 17-.5 rebellion several Jacobites
fun th lis provision useful, for, being
ire~llrded as alienis. they fennd thew
to-il tr'1bd honora bly ats prisoners
ia nr.ctndon Chronicle.
Has Stood the Test 25 Years.
Thie oill, original GIROVF'S Tarteiene
Chill Tonie You know what you are
taking. It is iron and quinine in a
asteless form. No cure, no pay. 50c.
Lnd best selei
*ies in the Un
>f daintiest di
ive a very larl
ed China mum
)ur line. Ou
ork and absol
wein tunarded Girls.
In New Guinea parents send th<
daughters to bed in a little house
the top of a tree every night, and wh
the girls have gone up the ladder
removed, so that there is no comi
down till the parents allow it. Elol
ments under these circumstances miu
be difficult, and parents no doubt sle
the sounder for knowing that th
girls are unable to take their wal
abroad until their elders see fit f
them to do so.-London Lady.
The Mantle of Charity.
The lady was making some remar
about the kind of cl3thing some oth
ladics at church had on.
"The finest garment a woman ci
wear," said her husband, "is the ma
tle of charity."
"Yes," she snapped, "and it Is abo
the only dress, judging by the fu
they make over the bills, that so
husbands want their wives to wear."
New York Telegram,
Prosecutor (examining talesmen)
flave you ever known the prisoner ,
his counsel? Talesman-Yes. His cou
rl gave me some advice once in a lai
:;it. Prosecutor-You are excused. Y<
yould evidently sympathize with tl
Q~j Kutter-Hlave a glass of wat4
Mr. Sporfi -WooodY Sporte (with
real wicked wink)-Wha's.that? Mi
Kutter-Ah, I see! They'rc bringii
you up on milk.-Cleveland Leader.
The truly sublime Is always easy at
Full of Tragic DSeaning~.
are these lines from J. H. Sir
nmons, cf Casey, Ia. Think wh
might have resulted from h
terrible cough if he had not take
the medicine about which I
writes: "I had a fearful coug:
that disturbed my night's rest.
tried everything, but nothir
would relieve it, until I took])
King's New Discovery for Col
sumption, Coughs and Cold
which completely cured me
Instantly relieves and permanen
ly cures all throat and lung di
eases; prevents grip and pnel
monia. At McMaster Co. Obe
Drug Co. and John H. M
Master & Co., druggists, gua
anteed; 50c and $1.00. Trial bo
Tihe problem of selecting a piano ii
that you buy from should be one
that represents the p.ianos of standa:
that is noted for fair dealing.
all these requisites.
the PIANOS to suit you.
will buy a good piano from us.
made easy to caah buyers.
write us for catalogue, prices and tern
Iullg8 USIl HOU8
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Pianos and Organs.
Established Over 20 Years.
:ted stock of J<
ited States anc
signs in Diam
re line of Gorhd
5t be seen to be
In every case
r prices and o
& No Ghdnc
A Getting your C
Heavy shipments cot
to fill up. Stock fuller
5 Barrels New Crop I
and Georgia Cane Syru
e Extra Fine Mackerel
Fresh Cream Cheese
Finest Cigars and SI
"e FRESH CELERY
J. D. McCA
I ~ just in. Will be sok
make hot sales. N
~: ~j~Ing line equal to ti
5, Stove. ~See it if
warm at the least c
R. T. MATTH
r Never resign yourself t
pains are curable. They
conditions of the fernale
apromptly attended to or dai
whenever she suffers from any of ,
It not only compels the pains to st~
the cause of the pains, which prey
It makes you well. Try it.
Sold everywhere in $1.00 bot
's. WRITE US A LETfER
freely and frankly, in strictest confid
ence, telling us all your symptoms and
troubles. We will send free adykce
(in plain sealed envelope), how to
Dept. The Chatt oa Medicie Co,
.welry in. the
Im's -lid Sil
And with all,
we take the
e to Miss
ning in all last week
now than ever before.
4ew Orleans Molasses -
by the kit at close
by the box.
WANT A GOOD HAM?
%LEY & CO.
i at prices that will
thing in the heat
ie Hot Blast Coal
you want to keep
of Curable Pain
o suffer pain. Women's
are the sign of dangerous
organs, which should be
igerous results will follow.
oman's biting and weakening pains.
ts buteIt followvs up and dries out
"WITHOUT A PAN,
luMo,'1I c..n domy houswok
atouh aedone takng CARDUI, two
truthfully say I was cured by Cardul.
l watevery suffering lady toknow of
this inaderful medidne."