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A big shipm
in a trust.
to you before
K. R. A
HERE IT IS.
Several 6 H. P. at
Engines and Boilers
Also have several
list of second-hand
But don't think 1
Just let us hear fron
you more about it.
W. 0. McKE
"Machine Shops in i
It is Not What
'But What You
When you trade her
for--and fullyas much 4
elsewhere for the same
always pay you to come
get. Our stock is compl
If you cannot get it a
"JELLO" and "JEL
ferent flavors. Two sple1
delicious ice cream quici
FRUIT JARS at spec
I am prepared to sus:
and will do my best to p
for your groceries.
S. C. J O
By taking on
Pills when y
You npt only
tablet on ret
nt just in. Not
hey give satis=
" us show them
id one i5 H. P. Rebuilt
for sale or trade.
Gins and Presses on our
that it is all we have.
, you, and we will tell
well, S. C.
or What You Get,
)r What You Pay.
e, you get just what you pay
r more than what you get
amount of money. It will
here for what you have to
ete--Furniture, Dry Goods,
:ies, Wagons, Groceries, etc.
tt Boag's, It Is not to be had.
LO ICE CREAM" in six dif
rdid preparations for making
of HEINZ'S PICKLES now
ply all your Grocery Wants
lease you. Call or send here
[IN S TO N.
Dr. Miles' .
tantly, anad leave no bad effects.
elieve every other pain, Neural
natic Pain, Sciatica, Backache,
he, Ague Pains, Pains from in
ag-down pains, indigestion, Diz
vousness and Sleeplessness
e or two Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain
:u feel an attack coming on.
avoid suffering, but the weak
:e of pain upon the system. If
able and cannot sleep, take a
iring or when you awaken.
Sinfluence upon the nerves
Cheap Rates via Southern Railway.
Rates Open to All.
On account of the following pj
special occasions, the Southern
Railway will sell tickets to points g
named below at greatly reduced C
rates, as follows:
To ASHEVILLE, N. C., AND RE- G
TURN.-Account of Convention sj
Commercial Law League of b
America. July 30th to August 4th, si
1906. Tickets on sale July 25th, o
26th and 27th limited good to b
return until August 8th. Ex- t]
tension of limit to September 30th s1
may be obtained by depositing s'
ticket with special agent at Ashe- 1
ville and payment of fee of fifty s
cents. Rate: One fare plus t]
25 cents for round trip. a
To LEXINGTON, KY., AND RE- c
TURN.--Account National Grand v
Lodge United Brothers of g
Friendship and Sisters Myterious
Ten. Tickets on sale July 29th I
to August 1st, limited to return I
August 5th. Rate: One fare plus f
25 cents for round trip. E
To MEXICo CITY, MEX., AND 3
Geological Congress. Tickets on t
sale August 14th to 31st, limited ]
to return 90 days from date of I
sale. Rate: One fare plus 25 t
cents for round trip.
To MILWAUKEE, WIs., AND RE
TURN. .- Account Grand Aerie
Fraternal Order of Eagles. Tick
ets on sale August 10th to 12th,
limited to return August 22nd. 1
Rate: One fare plus $2.00 for
round trip. E
To OXFoRD, MIsS., AXED RETURN.
-Account Summer School Uni
versity of Mississippi. Tickets
on sale June 30th, July 7th, 14th
and 21st, limited to return 15
days from date of sale. An ex
tension of this limit to Septem- I
ber 30th may be obtained by de
positing ticket with special agent
and paying a fee of 50 cents.
Rate: One fare plus 25 cents for a
To RICHMOND, VA, AND RETURN .
-Account meeting True Reform
ers Tickets on sale September
2nd to 5th, limited to return Sep
tember 13th. Rate: One fare
plus 25 cents for kound trip.
To ROANOKE, VA., AND RETURN. (
-Account meeting National Fire
men's Association. Tickets on
sale August 12th to 13th, limited
to return August 31st. An exten
sion of this limit to September
15th may be obtained by deposit
ing ticket with special agent and
paying a fee of 50 cents. Rate: i
One far plus 25 cents for round
To MEMPHIS, TENN., AND Re
TURN. - Account International
Convention Brotherhood of St
Andrew, October 18th to 21st.
Tickets on sale October 15th tot
18th, limited to return Octobera
30th. An extension to Novem
ber 30th may be obtained by
depositing ticket with special
agent and paying a fee of fiftya
cents. Rate: One fare plus
25 cents for round trip.
For full particulars inquire ofc
any Southern Railway agent, or
R. W. Hunt, division passenger
agent, Charleston, S. C., Brooks
Morgan, asst. general passenger I
Agent, Atlanta, Ga.
AlHard Lot .I
of troubles to contend with, spring ~
from a torpid liver and blockaded I
bowels, unless you awaken them I
to their proper action with Dr.
King's New Life Pills; the pleas- i
antest and most effective cure for i
Constipation. They prevent. Ap- ~
pendicitis and tone up the sys
tem. 25c. at Jno. H. McMaster f.
& Co.'s drug store. e
Ever Seen a White Foal?
Did you ever see a colt that o
was white at birth? This ques- tj
tio~n was recently asked a news
paper by an anxious inquirer, i
and the resulting investigation
brought almost a unanimous
negative ieply. It is a peculiar
fact that colts which afterward
become u ilk white are dark h
when foild. That thorough- I
breds are ne.ver foaled white ap
oears to be agreed wherever
thorougbreds are raised. Some
caim to buvt- s' en colts from a
common stoc~k which started life a
with a light coat, but even the n<
possibility of this is denied by ~
many men of long experience in
raising and studying horses. t
Colts come into the world with b<
a dark or maltese colored hair.a
They are that way even if the -
sire and dam were pure pink- .
skinned white. At first you can't
ell what color a colt is going to T
be. There is a gradual change
mnd you usually know by the
~ime the animal is yearling just
how he is going to turn out.
Ilodest Claims Often Carry the Most
When Maxim, the famous gun in
rentor, piaeed his gun before a corn
nittee of judges, he, stated its carrying be
ower to be much below what he-felt
he gun would accomplish. The result B
>f the trial was therefore a great sur
>rse, instead of disappointment. Iti an
he same with the manufacturers of
hamberlain's Colic, Cholera and St
iarrhoea Remedy. They do not pub- ise
icly boast of all this remedy will ac- jn
:omplish, but prefer to let the users ki
nake the statements. What they do
:laim, is that it will positively cure (
liarrhoea, dysentery, pains in the N]
tomach and bowels and has never Po
yeen known to fail. For sale by Obear Fil
)rmg Co..and all medircine dalers. da
A Wonderful Cow.
The following advertisement ap
ears in a certain newspaper:
"Full-blooded cow for sale,
iving milk, three tons of hay, a
>t of chickens and several stoves."
Now that's a cow worth having.
iving milk is evidently only a
ide line with her. She seems to
e a hay farm, poultry yard and
Love factory all combined. Her
wner can drink her milk, feed
er on the hay she gives and cook
ae chickens on one of her several
Loves. It is not stated how often
he gives "three tons of hay, a
t of chickens and several
toves," but the presumption is
hat she does such prodigious
tunts daily for in estimating a
ow's milk capacity it is usual,
7e believe, to express it so many
:allons per day.
Neither is it stated as to the
:ind and size of stoves given. If,
towever, they are of the sixty
ive dollar range variety, the own
ir ought to be satisfied with one a
rear. There is also some in
lefiteness about the chicken yield,
he size, number, 'etc., in a "lot."
But the man possessing such a
vonderful cow would be -hoggish
;o be too particular and exacting
ie should be truly tbantful for
,ven one frying size pullet a day.
A cow of such varied achieve
nents should not be expected or
equired to keep up to the full
imit in any of her numerous lines
)f activity. She should be allow
,d to make and carry out her
A Tragic Finish.
A watchman's neglect permitted
L leak in the geat North Sea
lyke, which a child's finger could
iave stopped, to become a ruin
)us break, devastating an entire
)rovince of Holland. In like
nanner Kenneth McIver, of
Vanceboro, Me., permitted a little
iold to go unnoticed until a tragic
inish was only averted by Dr.
King's New Discovery. He writes:
'Three doctors gave me up to die
>f lung inflammation, caused by
L neglected cold; but Dr. King's
.ew Discovery saved my life."
Tuaranteed best cough and cold
lure, at Jno. H. McMaster & Co.'s
[rug store. 50c and $1.00. Trial
A Charleston man that plants
n Colleton county made $14,000
_et profit from 35 acres planted
ni potatoes.-The State.
Saved fils Comrade's Life.
"While returning from the Grand
trmy Encampment at Washington
jity, a contrade from Elgin, IlL, was
aken with cholera morbus and was in
critical condition," says Mr. J. E.
Toughland, of Eldon, Iowa. "I gave
urn Chamberlain's Colic, Choleta and
)iarrhoea Remeidy and believe saved
tis life.. I have been engaged for ten
rears in lnawigratlonm work aud con
Lucted many parties to the south and
vest. I always carry this remedyand
iave used it successfully on many oc
asions." Sold by Obear Drug Co. and
,11 medicine dealers.
"Father broke his leg this
"A ccidentally, eh?"
"We think -so. Father is
uardly cantankerous enough to
Lo a thing of that sort on pur
.A sweet breath adds to the joys of a
:iss. You wouldn't want to kiss your
rife, mother or sweetbeart with a bad
reath. You can't have a sweet breath
vithout a healthy stomach. You can't
Lave a healthy stomach without per
act digestion. There is only one rem
dy that digests what you eat and
aakes the breath as sweet as a rose
nd that remedy is KODOL FOR
)YSPEPSIA. It is a relief for sour
tomach, palpitation of the heart, and
ther ailments arising from disorder of
be stomach and digestion. Take a
ttle Kodol after your meals and see
that it will do for you. Sold by Jno.
L McMaster & Co.
"Should I marry him?
"Do you love him?"
"Of course, not. If I love
im I wouldn't need any advice."
Bowel Complaint In Children.
During the summer months children
re subject to disorders of the bowels
'hich should receive careful attenition
soon as the first unnatural loos~e
ess of the bowels appears. The best
edicine in use for bowel complaint is
hamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
iarrhoea Remedy, as it promptly con
ols any unnatural looseness of the
>wels. For sale by Obear Drug Co.
id all medicine dealers.
1412 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
uth Carolina Agent
st writing machine at any price.
CHICAGO TYPEWRITFR-T h e
st for the price-$3 and $50.
ALL MAKES-Rented, Exchanged,
>ught. Repairing on the premises by
RUBBER STAMP FACTORY
azmps made every day on the prem
s. Stencil Plates, Daters, Number
g Machines, Check Punches of all
)FFICE SUPPLIES AND FUR
TURE-Everythin g from 'a Pen
int to a Roll Top Desk. Sectional "
ling Cases, Bookcases and Card In
~es spe~aly, 1-18
The man who insures his life Is
wise for his family.
The man who insures his health
Is wisc both for his family and
You may Insure health by guard
ing it. It is worth guarding.
At the first attack of disease,
w h I c h generally approaches
through the LIVER and mani
fests itself In Innumerable ways
And save your health.
An Ordinance Prohibiting
. the Riding of Bicycles
on the Side Walks of
the Town of Winnsboro.
Be it Ordained by the Town
Council of the Town of TVinns
Section 1. That it shall be un
lawful for any person or persons
to ride a bicycle at any time on
any of the pavements or side
walks of the Town of Winnsboro.
Section 1. That any person
offending against the provisions
of Section one (1) of this Ordin
ance shall be deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor and upon conviction
shall be punished by a fine of not
more than ten ($10.00) dollars or
by imprisonment of not more
than ten days in the discretion of
the Mayor .or Council.
Section 3. All Ordinances or
parts of Ordinances inconsistent
with the provisions of this Ordi
nance are hereby rep;ealed.
Done in Council the 2nd. day
of July, A. D. one thousand nine
hundred, and six, and in the one
hundred and thirty-first year of
the Independence of United
States of America, and with the
Corporate seal of the said Town
T. H. KETCHIN,
JNO. J. NEIL,
Clerk of Council.
Choicest ,up-to-date varieties grown
Carnations,'75c. to $1.00 per dozen.
Roses, $2.00 to $3.50 per dozen.
Lilies, $2.00 to $6.00 per dozen.
Chrysanthemums, $1.00 to $6.00 per
Wreaths, Crosses, Anchors, &c., $3.00
Bouquets, Boxes or Bashets of pretty
Mixed Flowers, $1.30 to $10.00.
Floe Wedding WorK a Specialty.
Only give us an idea what you want
and price and we will please you.
ROSE ILL GREEK HOUSE8,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
ggWe ship flowers everywhere.
If you want to In
YourDwelling and Furni
Your Barn and Stock,
Your Store Building,
Prompt attention as well as prompt
WILL BE CONTINUED IN
te future the same is in the past
in the old establishment in all its I
lepartments with a full stock of
Daskets, Burial Cases and Coffns
onstantly on hand, and use of
iease when requested.
Thankful for past -patronage
md solicitous for a --share in-the
'uture, in the old stand.
Calls attended to at all hours.
TRE ELddOTT GIN SHOP.
J. M. ELLIOTT & CO.
Tlle Iacfeat E~iless Colle[8
Strongly endorsed. The recognized
iest. Our graduates are in demand.F
)ay and ntght classes orgenized each
eek. Enter at once. Write for
CMT ITA, S. C. '
City Shoe Store,
1509 Main St., COLUMB
White Kid Theo Ties, Blue Kid TI
Two Dollars. ITwo Do
Black and Gray Suede Miller Ties, P
Three Dollars and Fifty Cents.I
Blue Canvas Ties, White Canva
Two and Two Fifty. Ties, $i.5o
Express Charges I
C. B. FRIPP,
The World W
Experience tse I
Years of experience ena
our customers a line of Fi
by any other in the city.
highest--anything and ev
Furniture for making the
attractive. We know yot
stock just what you need;
is at prices that make y
Experience teaches that
ing Furniture, it is best t(
enced dealer, one who ha
your wants. That's just
our ability to supply your
Come to see us. Exceptio
buyers these days.
ZWUNDERTAKING A 5
*I have the best s
that can be seen .
In fact can suity<
a horse or mule.
Examine my stoc]
and I can do busine
D. A. Crn
If you want a bi
harness, get my p
buggy on the mar
FOR PRICE A1B
ITWILL PAY VOL
SEE US WHEN
A LARGE STOCK (
BEST KINDS NOXM
m11 Plain Street.
OTTON GINNERS AND A
Write for prices on
~abit Coupling Gauges
[ack Saws Oil Cans Belt, Leath
c ether Packing all knsShfting (
olumbia Supply Co. - -
City Shoe Store,
[A, S. C., 1509 Main St.
Ties, Pink Kid Theo Ties,
ars. I Two Dollars.
atent Colt Slippers, Latest Ideas.
Two Dollars up to Five Dollars.
s Ribbon Pink Canvas Ties,
o $3.00 Two and Two Fifty.
ill Tell You
ble us to place before
irniture not surpassed
From the lowest to the
erything in the way of
home comfortable and
ir needs -and so keep in
and what we sell you
'our money count the
when it comes to buy
i buy' from an experi
s studied and .knows
our position. Hence
every Furniture want.
nal bargains for cash
election of stock
in any country
es for hauling.
>U in any kind of
k. Get my prices
ss with you.
iggy or a set of
rices. The best
ket is the Rock
TO COME TO
[N NEED OF
F THE VERY
SR MULE CO.,
' COLUMBIA, S. C.
-L, briuer Drill Pres
er Eectors IHarmiers
~oirs pfeor shafting and anything
-- Columbia, S. C.