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J. L. MVlI
is one of the very IMPOI
moth Store. We have spa
complete Up-to-date Stock
Handsome Tailored Skirts
Evening Gowns and Opera
evening wear and Tailored
Our line of Raincoat
We employ a corps of
alterations in garments par
is the largest in Columbia
line comprises the best mal
pets Fibre, China and Jap
tains, Window Srades. Al
A great showing of the bes
in fact everything that is c
Window Shades made to sl
in your orders and we will
We show great values
ments, such as MILLINEI
and WHITE GOODS, CD
A Great China
We show in this DepE
Pictures, Plated Silver Tat
French China Dinner Sets,
Boarding House Crockery
values in this Department
Mail Orders Rec
These Shoes are worth comn
s&LOOK TO US FORNE
When you step intoiou
* now have a complete line o1
fall styles, and they are ver
saving to you on every pair
kinds and prices.
Lister Men's Dress
A trial order will convi
Farmers' Heavy Work
Remember our motto:
1725 Main Street.
NAUGH & CO.
JMBIA, S. C.
ilored Suit Department
TANT DEPARTENTS of our Mam
red no pains or expense in putting in a
of Ladies' and Misses' Suits and Cloaks,
, Shirtwaists, Silk Petticoats, Handsome
Wraps; also Rich Robea for balls and
s is unsurpassed for style, quality and
experienced tailoresses to make necessary
chased of us and will guarantee a per
and second to none in the State. Our
Les of Brussels, Velvet and Ingrain Car
inese Matting, Lace and Portiere Cur
1 the different makes and sizes in Rugs.
t Oilcloths, Curtain Poles and Fixtures
arried in an Up-to-date Carpet Store.
>cial measuremAnt at short notice. Send
gladly give you estimates.
f the Best Goods in all other depart
Y, DRESS GOODS, SHOES, LINEN
DTHING, HOSIERY, BLANKETS and
Glass and Crockery=
rtment a wonderful array of beautiful
Chinaware and Kitchenware, Lamps,
ileware, Table Cutlery, fine4 open stock
plain white or decorated. Hotel and
in great variety. We show wonderful
eive Our Prompt Attention.
- Lever , Shoe Man
1613 M'ain St., COLUMBIA, S. C.
Choice Styles in
WOMEN'S FALL SHOES~
Notice the new features in the style
of Women's Shoes? The new Shoes]
are characteristic of true feminine
daintiness. The new last avoid all 3
appearance of clumsiness. A woman
can be just as comfortable in a trim
looking shoe as in a clumsy one.
'We're showing some of the prettiest
Women's Shoes ever manufactured.
Our Shoes at $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
are certainly models of style and
ng miles to see.
Phe Shoe Man.
r Shoe Store to bair vont sh .W
!all the new shapes ~and l' i h rm
y snappy and at pric.es that no
you buy from us. We carry ad grtd!
Soes.........100up to SGO00
Shoes.........$1.00 up to $4 00
Shoes a specialty.
SAME SHOES FOR LESS MONEYT
s Shoe Store,
,UMBIA, S. C.
Postoff iCe BloCk.
ed Black Powder Shells i
~hoot Strong and Evenly, is
Are Sure Fire,
Vi Stand Reloading. . m
Always Get The Game.
For Sate Everywhere. -
Lotter to jai At Bflfe
WInneiboro, S9 G
Dear Sir: Otir agent otight to
sell nine-tenths of the paint of
his town and region; no use to try
for the other tenth. The pro- e
portion of men, who won't take ij
,ood advice, and use the least- 1
gallons paint, is about one in ten 8
among even owners of houses
and stores and shops and barns t
One man in ten will buy a gold.
brick or green goods, if he has e
the money and gets a good chance. -
Devoe at $1.75 a gallon is bet- P
ter than gold; adulterated and
short-measure paints are green
goods and gold bricks.
Devoe saves half, more or less, a
of the labor and wages of paint- t
ing; it is all paint; full strength b
and full measure. There is no
Aher such paint within ten per
:ent. Ten per cent of labor and
paint is worth saving; and ten is
,he least. There are scores of
paints that throw-away half ofa
both gallons and labor on whiting, I
3hina-clay, ground stone, barytes 0
Denzine, water--all they are good t
.or is to make gallons of nothing t
md look like paint in the can, 0
nore gallons to buy and more s
gallons to pay for putting-on- c
)old bricks and green goods. f
Here's how they work. 1
Judge I D Fairchild owns two 1
2ouses exactly alike in Lufkin, t
rexas. J H Torrence paint both f
iouses; one Devoe, 15j gallons;
ihe other with another paint sold v
it same price; 25 gallons. That t
)5 gallons paint is weak and 15
;hiting; that's why it took 91
F W DEVoE & Co
Jno. H. McMaster & 1o. sell
Keep the bowels open when you a
iave a cold and use a gbod:remedy to (
Llay the inflammation of mucous j
nembranes. The best is Kennedy's b
Laxative Honey and Tar. It contains
ao opates, moves the bowels, drives
)ut the cold. Is reliable and tastes
ood. Sold by all druggists. b
Died While Visiting.
Mrs. Kate Davis, of Chester P
:ounty, came over about 2 weeks
ago to visit her daughter, Mrs. T. 1
E. Taylor, at Monarch. While
bhere she was taken sick and
ifter Il days' illness died on
Bunday last. Her body was taken
o Cool branch Baptist church,
Fairfield county, for burial.
Mrs. Davis was twice married,
irst to Mr. Henry Killian, then
~o Mr. Wm Davis. She was 67
rears of age and leaves 4 children, ~
kirs. T. E. Taylor, of Union; Mrs.
Dora Bishop, of Chester: Win. t
Davis, of Chester, and Mr. John a
Eillian, of Fairfield.- Union p
For Over Sixty Years.
MRS. WINsLow's SOOTHING SYRUP e
las been used for over 60 years by mil
ions of mothers for their children t
vhile teething, with perfect success. h
:t so'>thes the child, softens the gums, ti
alays all pain; cures wind colic, and si
s the best remedy for Diarrhcea. It
vill relieve the poor little sufferer im
nediately. Sold by druggists In every
>art of the world. T wenty-five cents
ibottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs E
Vinslow's Soothing Syrup," and take a
io other kind. b
The great centre of the earth's
tore house is in the South. Think b
>f its coal area, nearly three d
imes as great as the coal field of ri
1reat Britain. Germany and Penn- v
ylvania; of its iron ore, far sur
>assing in quantity that which
nade the fortunes of Carnegie i,
snd Krupp; of its oil, promising k
o exceed in yield all that went si
o make the Rockefeller fortunes; n
f its salphur, which dominates
he world's sulphur trade; of its C
hosphate, of its' vast stores of
ement-making materials, of its
op per and other higher forms of
ainerals-and then let your im
ginationattempt to forecast the g
.sttiess 6f-the wealth which this ~
terialstore house of the world '
s to turniloose in the South.- to
few York Sun.e
This is the seawon of decay and weak
ned vitality. Natiure is being shorn
f its beauty ai boo:n. If you would
tain youlrs.. t.'rey vour system with w
follister's Itr-~ M 'untain Tea. 35
eits. Te~a or Tl1 I s. Jno. H. Mc
"Jarley," said the Florida hotel
:eeper to his manager, "did you
ver read our advertisement?"
Yes, sir," saidi Jarley. "And you
now that 1 advertise that the ther- ri
2ometer here never falls below C
Then what the dickens do you it
2ean by letting it go down to
ixty? Next time you see it falling
b~at way, take it off that peg and
ut it over the radiator." t
A Badly Burned Girl a
r boy, man or woman, is quickly p
ut of pain if Bucklen's Arnica
alve is appled promptly. G. J.
7elch, of Tekonsha, Mich., says:fo
I use it in my family for cuts, (eh
>res and all skin injuries, and us
ud it perfect." Quaickest Pile Ta
are known. Best healing salveal
ade. 25c at Jno. H. McMaster
Co.'s drug store.W
A cook! A cook! My Kingdom
r a cook.-Spartanburg Herald.
Eou ought to be able to get al1
,ok if you've got plenty of good
>ugh.- Anderson Mail,
SIE Pa~iami.M& Plae4S
ftle ostly 't 1e d enbe of EiI
tritish jiarliament;. but s6m4 rfui4ii
xzexises are spared th6 uadddiei inij
eth An ordei dated 1cAc rins thiis
Those who go out bf the bouse In a
onfused mannei' to forfeit 10 skil
Ings." Others enact that "all the mem
ers that come after 8 (the house met
t 8 o'clock in the morning then) to pay
shilling, and those who do not come
be whole day to pay 5 shillings, those
rho do not come to prayers to pay 1
hilling, such members as come after
o'clock to pay 1 shilling to the poor,"
te. Still more expensive was it for
.embers to go out of town without
ermission. In 1004 a penalty of ?10
.as imposed upon every knight and of
5 upon every citizen who should make
efault in attending the house, and a
enalty of ?40 upon every member "as
hall desert the service of the house for
be space of three days together (not
aving had leave granted him by the
ouse), and he shall be sent for in cus
cdy and committed to the Tower."
Veek enders had a bad time in 1664.
Why Fruits Tam Red.
Fruits turn red when they ripen be
ause of a wise provision of Mother
Nature. It makes the fruit conspicu
us to birds and other animals, and
hus secures the dispersion of the seed.
f the fruit were of the same color as
he leaves it might easily be passed
ver. When the fruit or seed is incon
picuous. through either the want of
olor or the small size, dispersal is ef
ected without the aid of animals, as
a the case of the dandelion, whose
eed is carried about by the wind, or of
e balsam, the seed of which is eject
d by a sort of spring. The colored
ruits, such as the grape and the cher
, are furnished with succulent coats,
rhich provide food to birds, who in
eir Impatience often swallow the
eeds or stones, which may pass
rough the animal's body without
hange. Seeds may thus be conveyed
ot only for considerable distances on
mnd, but also from continents to ocean
islands, which may in this way ac
uire a new vegetation.
Some London Clubs.
London has many curious clubs, such
a the Utopians, whose motto is "Serve
-od and. be merry," and the Froth
lowers, whose members are said to
e bound to curse- and swear every
ime -they enter the club. There are
Iso many unregistered clubs which
ave no headquarters and take out no
censes, and there are also many clubs
hose members are manifestly drawn
Dgether by some common bond of sym
athy. Among these the London Daily
:xpress enumerates the following:
The Box club (admirers of Charles
The '05 club (amicability and the arts).
The Royalists (guillotines and dia
The Castaways' club (resigned naval
The Lost Legion (for empire plo
The.ways. ot Mada..
The people of Madeira are as harm
ss as their country. The stranger
iets with no 'nakes and need not
ar mosquitoes; nethr has he to
Lke any precautions against being
iolested In the most out of the way
arts. Everywhere civility, politeness
na plasant faces will greet him.
'he prices asked are grotesque, .often
e times 'what will be finally accept
d. Some find the absence et fixed
ries abroad a great nuisance, but
le bargaining in Madeira is so good
umored and can be made so amusing
at the 'ehange of custom in this re
pect is rather refreshing.
An interesting wedding recently took
ace in'England. The bridegroom was
fireman. and accordingly the mem
ers of 4the local fire brigade attended
le wedding They formed up outside
se church and made an arch with
eir axes, under which the bride and
ridegroom walked. Then the firemen
rew the happy couple home in a car
age, blowing their whistles as they
!ent through the streets.
One of the oddities of nomenclature
that the combination of metals
nown as German silver contains no
Iver'i1n its composition and Is of Chi
ese and not of German 'origin. It
gs introduced into Europe by the
erans, and for some time It was not
enerally known that they had simply
rrowed It from the Chinese.
Here is a remedy for goiter and
landular swellings: Glycerinated 1o
ie lotion-iodide of potassium, two
rams; distilled water, one pint; glyc
-n (pure), one ounce. Dissolve the
dlde inthe water, then add the glyc- (
-in. Apply with antiseptic gause or
M. Q. Ponse-No, sir; my. daughter /
ould starve It she married you. Mr.
ocyne-Oh, well, If you're the sort
man that would let your own daugh
r starve I've no desire to become a
~lative of yours. I withdraw my e
iest, sir.-Cleveland Leader.
Longing lor' a Soaker. 2
Hobbs-Queer, isn't it, that it never
.ins wheq one wants It to? Dobbs
arden In need of rain? Hobbs-No,!
myself. My wife gave me a new
nbrella for a birthday present, and
hasn't rained since.
The Caller-Your art gallery is a
eat. This picture especially Is de
;htful; the values are so well bal
iced. Mr. Porkham - That's right
ame, $200; picture, same orice,
Fue and tried friends of the family
DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Best
results and best to take. RosyJ
eeks and sparklin~ eyes follow the
of these depen able litie pills.
ey do not gripe or sicken. Sold by
ANTED-Your inquiries fort
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mould
ings. Balusters, Columns,Brack
3ts, etc. Get our estimates
before placing your orders
Eartsvihe Wood Mfr. Co.,
Ela rsille S. C. 9 12 4 I
NO HOME SHOULDVg
HERE IS A
To test the
papers as ad
to offer certain
a r tic le sat
ridiculo u s 1 y
immense 1 0 t
of - Rockers of
tion, we will
call your at
t e n t i o n to
them w i th,
ine it care
Ei. M. ANDREWS
THlE STORE THAT S
One Black Mare Mule, Thedium size. 00)VI
Broke out of pasture on September1l9th. g
ileas ghtr Mor. Watt Simoton's, FALL
hethe Albion ne, hbrhood,oi in Evry faz
)ak. Anyone takigdupsaid mulehaeao
will be liberally rew.rd E. L YI g NeW al
9-29-1t Blair's, S. C. It gvesbes n
-- ingiandifull inl
Notice to Contractors. Crimson Clo
Bids will be received at this office Seed Oats
Lntill Oct. 15th at 11 o'clock to build a
hrdeoe Lite er on tecounty Bagy,
rupervmsor's office aCoubia, S. the rss,eF
'he Commissioners reserve the right mled free
o reject any or all bids ARIG qoe oi
9-26-3t Supervisor. T.W Wo
Fresh Beef For sale.
Every Saturday be gi nn i ng adle.e
)ctober 6th, fat ind tender beef
old in. any quantities desired, at
)aivkins station. Will ship on ~lllA
midday trains, if ordered. Prices, , .11
to 10 cents at Dawkins. LIJu u
Montgomery Place, Dawkins,
For Sale. Fresh Oyster
The fine patation of Alexander urday. Best
Viliod deas oine tousand aces, at all times.
For terms apply to c rcre
G. W. RAGSDA LIE, Best Flour, J
9-26 ~~Executor. feand
Chambelam's Cheese and
now in. Bes
Colic, Cholera & Diardhea Rernedy everything for
Ahnost every family ha ne including Stoc
of a reliable remedy for~ colio Special atten
diarrhea at some time during the to our Cigar
yer - baccos. Satis
by dealers who have sold it for gurnedo
man~ y5 ar ad know its vaue funded.
It has received thousands of B. G. TENNA
testimonials from grateful people. _______
It has been prescribed by phy
sicians with the most satisfactory Trespass I
ht has often saved life before Ait~l prsons r
medicine could have been sent for fsocku toimer orn
or a physician summoned., owned or controlled
It only costs a quarter. Can signed, or trespass in
youaford to risk so much for so trespassers wil h1po
htte? BU IT NOW. MRS C. (
10-3-4t MRS M.
BR WITHOUT A
Ask. for it.
Golden 0 -a k,
Full S i z e,
Beautif u I I y
t w o rounds,
two iron rods
it. As good as
seli from $5.00
Order one to -
* get an~ idea of
AVES YOU MONEY.
3 Seeds Protect YourPropr
s AGAINST FIRE AND TORNADO
OWING, RISKS BY HOLDING A
nershul POLICY OF INSUR
py of our ANCE WITH
Latalogue THE HARTFORD,I
ethods of seed- TH EINSURANCE CO.
orainaot of North America
,Rye All old firetsd copanies with
eed Wat Will write you in eitherof the above
and Qovr tr ee can Suret Bonm aviy
all Catafou Of New York.
an rnes* N. W. PALMER, Agent,
&Sons, Rdg'w'y*** -.
U.LA U. ome this way and I
____I will save you money.
a and Fish .Good bargains is
and Satur.. Cigars and Tobacce;
Fresh Beef also in Toilet Soaps
Our stock and Candies.
Special atten t i o n
3 complete. called to musical in
Tians, Cof- struments -- Accord
G 0 0 d s, eons, Harps, etc.
racaroni R. A.Buchanan.
Powders. Estate Notice.
and To- All patersons hanclaims aganst
f a c t i o n ceased, are hereby notified to present
mioney re- the same, duly attested, to me, and all
persns mebte tosaid estate will
pleased makeBparient to the under
NT & CO.. 9-se- ?xecutor.
Motice.COL COL CA!
:1ed not to hunt,
permit their live
part of heln vAt presnt price coal is chcapcr than
any way. All October delivery;: for both Hard'and
ecutedi. Soft Coal. Place your orders early to.
OTEN. insure prompt delivery before cold
I. TRA PP. weot ber comies.
J. WOOTEN.. 9-5-1mi J. C. CA LDWE LL.