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PUBLISHED WEEKLY WINNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1906. ESTABLISHED 844
stop your Lang Irritation, relieve youp Sore Throat
and drive out your Chronic Cold, with ths only cer
tain,and strictly se*entifie, Cure for Coughs and Colds:
NEW UIS14 VRy
Almost in Fesair.
"Our little daughter was given up by two physicians
with consumption of the throzt, and we were almost
in despair, when our drigist r.comrnended Dr..King's
New Discovery. After taking fouir bottles she was
perfectly cured and has had no throat trouble since."
-GEO. A. EYLER, Cumberland, Md.
1rice,Soc and $z.00
T. TR1A L 5B00T TES L FRE3PPE 1|
ANE 6OLE~, EW~?~~
JNO. H. McMASTER & CO., McMASTER CO. and
OBEAR DRUG CO.
H. W. HANAHAN & CO.
Engines, Boilers, Gins, Grist Mills' and
Farming Machinery overhauled.
Wagon, Buggy and General Repair Work.
Agents for Witte Gasoline Engines. En
gines carried in sto:k.
When you step into our Shoe Store to buy your shoes. We
now have a complete line of all the new shapes and leathers in tLe
fall styles, and they are vety snappy and at prices that means a
saving to you on every pair you buy from us. We carry all grades,
-kinds and prices.
Lister Men's Dress Shoes. ... ....$1.00 up to $6.00
" Ladies' Dress Shoes........1.00 up to $4.00
A trial order will convince you.
Farmers' Heavy Work Shoes a specialty.
Remember our motto: SAME SHOES FOR LESS MONEY
Harrnon's Shoe Store,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
1725 Main Street. Postoff ice Block.
COTTON GINNERS AND MACHiNERY OWNERS
Write for prices on thejfol lowing
Babbit Couplings Gauges Lubricators Belt, Gundy
Drills Gauge Cocks Oil Cups Belt, Rubber Drill Pres
Hack Saws Oil Cans Belt, Leather Ejectors Hammers
Fittings Injectors Pipe Files Pulleys
Lace Leather Packing all kinds, Shafting; Collars for shafLing and anything
else in machinery supplies.
Columrbia Si.pply Co. -- - - Columbia, S. C.
Open Buggies====== $35.00
Top Buggies = = = = = = = $41.00
We have a carload of them at theselprices,
but going fast.
GREGORY=CONDER MULE Co.,
1nr7 Plain Street. COLUMBIA, S. C.
Poverty of a Millionaire.
Most persons, in the opinion
f the Rochester Post-Express,
rould be willing to change u i
appiness for an income of $2,
84,000, but one man, we a r e
>Id finds it impossible to pay
is bills on this amount. King
,dward VII., who receives from
2e State this stipend, has trou
le to "make both ends meet."
'he Post-Express tells us of this
Out of this amount he has to
aintain a number of castles and
)yal residences, support a small
rmy of retainers and flunkies,
3d pension old and faithful serv
its. Consequently, when the:
Dar's bilLz are paid, his Majesty
is no money to put in the bank!
rainst a rainy day. Recently i
ie King petitioned to have his
lary raised to $3,000,000 a year
it owing to the already heavy
,xation the Government refused
e request. Compared with the
her rulers Edward VII, is poorly
iid. The Czar of Russia has a
tal income of 20,000,000 a year
be Sultan of Turkey manages to
it -along on $10,000,000. Em
ror William supports the royal
mily on an income of about
:,000,000. The King of Italy
ists comfortably on an income
$2,859,500, whi!e the Emperor
Austria-Hungary pegs along
$3,700,000. Other sums paid
European sovereigns a r e:
Lvaria, $1,242,726; Belgium,
65,000; Denmark, $240,000, and
8,000 to the heir apparent;
ance, $288,000; Greece, $260,-1
); Netherlands, $246,000; Por
7al, $567,000; Rumania, $201,
2; Saxony, $628,460; Spain,1
,430,000; a n d Wirttemberg
)3,438. Compared with these
. the yearly salary of t h e -
esident of the United States is
-y modest indeed. Further
re, the President earns his
ary, which can not be said of
ny of the rulers mentioned in
King of All Cough Medicines.
rr. E. G. Case, a mail carrier of
iton Center. Conn., who has been
he U. S. Service for about sixteen
rs, says: "Me have tried many
gh medicines for croup, but Cham- 1
Lain's Cough Remedy is king of all
l one to be relied upon every time.
also find it the best remedy for.
ghs and colds, giving certain results -
leaving no bad after effects." For
by Obear Drug Co. and all medi
To the Demnition Barkers.
Jol. Chinn (of Kentucky)
e newspaper business must be
ng to the devil nowadays.
iewspaper Publisher-How so?
Jol. Ch inn-Why, there wero
reporters up at the legislature
~terday and not one of them
ald take a drink.-Somerville
man with a sprained ankle will
a crutch, rest the anmkle and let it
well. A man or woman with an
rworked .tomach can't usc a crutch,
the stomach must have rest just
same. It can be rested too without
-vation. Kodol will do it. Kodol:
forms the digestive work of the tired
miach and corrects the digestive ap-,
'atus. Kodol fully conforms to the'
visions of the National Pure Food
I Drug Law. Recommended and
d by all druggists.
The Wrong Place.
~'What's tbe matter, my little
m?' asked the kindly old gen
man. "You seen to be in great3
in.". G'on!Yer mixed ," groan
the little boy. "1 ain't in no: ,
eat pains but dey's a great painj
nme, all right."--Philadelphia
)pen the bowels and get the cold out
your system. Kennedy's Laxative
mtaining) Honey and Tar opens the
wels and at the same time allays the
lamination of the mucous mem
anes. Drives out the cold and stops
e cough. Absolutely free from any
lates. Conforms to the National
ire Food and Drug Law. Pleasant
take. Sold by all druggists.
Mr. Widwer (introducing the
cond Mrs. W.) -Come, children,
2 kiss your new mamma. k
Elsie-~My gracious! if you took
er for 'new' they stuck you, pa -
For chapped and cracked hands
othing is quite as good as an applica
on of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
ut it on before going to bed, use an
dpair of gloves and see wbat adif
~renec the morning will bring. Sold
y all druggists.
He eats and eats
* But is not through
Until he can
No ion;;er checw.
We care not how you sufTered, nor
that failed to cure you, Hiolli-ter's~
tocky Mountain Tea makosthe pun i
st, weakest specimen of man or wo
nanhood strong and healthy. 35
ens.t Jno. H. McMaster & Co.
CARLISLE AND JUDSON.
Two Grand And illustrious Characters.
-lave Given Their All To Education. C
The Courier passes its saluta- v
tions this week to the two noble b
Christian teachers, James H. 2
Carlisle, LL. D., of Wofford Col
lege and Charles H. Judson,
LL. D., of Furman University.
It is probable that the Baptist t]
state convention at Spartanburg
will have the rare privilege of '
seeing these distinguished gen- s
tlemen on the floor of the con
vention, and it will be the pleas- a
ure of that body to recognize r<
these esteemed brethren and to a:
hear from them at some hour a
convenient to them. If in the a
providence of God they are per- y
mitted to be present, we trust h
that the convention will honor al
itself by honoring these servants t1
of God. sF
For more than half of a cen- bi
tury Drs. Judson and Carlisle to
have given themselves to the tl
important work of teaching and of
training the young men of the P.
state. With singular fidelity, tc
unwavering zeal and whole heart- T
edness they have devoted their g'
lives to this work. They mang- p(
nified their office. They have fa
been content to remain with the $4
institutions to which they were e3
called in early life. Tney have of
not been place hunters. Othei of
institutions, coveting earnestly on
the best gifts, gladly would hav( to
enrolled their names on theii Bf
faculties, but they stood by Fur- $6
man and Wofford through all $2
the: vicissitudes, and have quiet Fr
ly and devotedly met their class- 00
es, doing their duty in the fear tu,
of God. 48:
Higher salaries they -might $1:
have drawn, and more prominent $41
positions they might have filled, su
but these considerations failed to Pr
move them. In a peculiar way ve
they seemed knit to the people of mc
South Carolina and devoted to sal
the great religious bodies of ma
which they are such conspicuous thi
Dnd highly esteemed members.
'hat these men found their
places, and so faithfully filled 1
them through all these years, is 9al
indeed an inspiration to all who 'n 1
have known them and to the cou
housands of young men who ber
ame in touch with them.
How many thousands of young cou
nen have been taught by these an(
eachers? Who can tell? In s'
very county of the state and in
many of the states of the Union
ire to be found the men who sat
In the class rooms of Drs. Car
ide and Judson. Of all, without Th
rption, perhatps, it may be goi
p id they had the profoundesit
-espect for th-'we teachers, evein (
idhuitation and genuiLe aff- ction 13
Sventure that no young manir yei
vho 'ever went to gWVofford or wo
Furm.mn would have willingl Jo
~one into the presence of these
eachers with the smell of liquor us
>n his breath, and not one would get
have spoken a disrespectful word o
n their presence, and not oneth
ould have been willing for these sta
men to have come upon him at a per
aming table. Few teachers any- Sto
where ever had the respect of
their pupils so continuously and an<
universally as did Drs. Judson sol
In a remarkable degree these
faithful teachers have won the
admiration, confidence and affec
tion of the people of the state. m
Very worthily and properly they tlE
are considered among tho fore- p~
most citizens, and their long ser- ed
vice has brought the who]e peo- gr
ple under obligations which they in
have not been slow to recognize. ~
The time has not yet come when
the people of s~outh Carolina o
have ceased to love and honor the (e,
best men among them, or to re- boc
vere the memory of the great and in
good men who have passed away, tb
as was evidenced by the throngs op
that filled Columbia last week to Pt
do honor to the memory of Gen- t
eral Wade Hampton.
In behalf of the readers of the
Courier, in behalf of the Baptists
and Methodists and all the peo
ple of the state, the Courier
brings this week affectionate ~
greetings to Dr. Charles H. Jud- -
son and Dr. James H. Carlisle, L
the beloved teachers.-Baptist
A cold is much more easily cured ti
when the bowels are open. Kennedy's E
Laxative Honey and Tar opens the 'o
bowels and driv s the cold out of the ft
system in young or old. Sold by all 1
"Has your son arrived at years
of discretion?" "Oh, yes. He's
about to be married." "How you
Of course you pay your money.
But you get your money's worth, I
For what does money mean to you I]
When Rocky Mountain Tea's on /
Jnon H. uMM er & Co.
TAGS, AS P
/SIMILES OF WHC
THEIR 1906 CAT
This space was bought to
who may have overlooked the fa
for the return and delivery to us
tised in our 196 Ca-gue and
by the terms Cf t1e :fC 27Sf C
We would not consider gi
out giving presents to all, for tag
offer has expired, and for this r
any cause whatever for delay in d
positively refuse to give presen
Winston-Salem,- N. C., after Tu
which is the full extent of tin
in our offer.
No employee has authorit'
or any notice or offer made by us
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
t Chester, S. C., Tues
N CHESTER'and C]
Several Thousand Acres t
: : : :snmall tr
;omplete descriptions and pla
furnished on applicatioi
It will pa;
Be sure and arrange to
vill be furnished by a Brass I
nent of Valuable Presents wi
vho attend. Ladies are espe<
TUEDY, IDE 16
"Cuts the Earth to.~
All persons are warned not to
unt, fish, cut timber, or peimit
heir live stock to come on any
part of the land owned or con-j
rolled by the undersigned, or
respass in any way: All tres
passers will be prosecu'edl.
HUGH S. WYLIE, ICOLUMBIA
TO HOLDERS OF
D NP-I AMD FAC-!
AE SHOWN ON
remind holders of our tags,
ct that our offer of presents
of tags, as madec and adver
?ircular of Presents, exires
JSly s!, 1907.
vg.prcsents to one with
s that reach us after our
ason we will not consider
elivery of tags, and we will
ts for any tags that reach
esday, January 1st, 1907,
ie as heretofore stipulated
r to change or modify this
WINSTON-SALEM N. C.
day, Dec. 18 , 1.906
rI ESTER COUNTY
o be sold in large and
ts of the property will be
ni. Write for them.
attend this sale. Music
3and, and a LargeAssort
11 be given away to those
~, AT 10:30 A.,10
?, S. C.
3uit Your "Taste."
LUMBER & MFG. CO.,cwm~ODRB ALPO