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Special Service at Saluda Lutheran
Church-Address By. Rev.
W. L. Seabrook.
Saluda, November 4.-Services ap
propriate for the occasion were held
here Wednesday in connection with
the laying of the cornerstone of the
new Lutheran church now building
at this place.
The exercises wcre conducted by
the Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh. presi
dent of the South Carolina Lutherarn
synod. Among other Lutheran min
isters present and assisting in the
ceremonies were: Rev. J. L.Buck,
of Saluda: Rev. S. A. Freed. of Co
lumbia: Rev. W. L. Seabrook, ot
Newberry: and Rev. P. D. Risinger.
The cornerstone is made of native
granite, and the following articles
were placed in the recepticle:
copies of the book of worship, Luth
eran Visitor. Saluda Standard, of this
week; annual report of the Bank of
Saluda., minutes of the Lutheran
Synod of South Carolina for 1903,
and the Holy Scriptures. Also a list
of members of the new church. a list
of the subscribers to the building
fund up to November i, date of the
organization of the church, and a list
of the officers.
After the cornerstone was laid the
Rev. Mr. Seabrook was presented
and in an eloquent and forceful man
ner impressed upon his hearers tht
pleasure it ought- to give them in con
tributing to the building of a Chris
tian church. He emphasized the
conservative influences of the church
at large. He reviewed the struggle
of Martin Luther. dwelt upon the
great work wrought by him, and
pointed out in beautiful language the
Christian world's indebtedness to
At the conclusion of his adress a
-collection amounting to more than
one hundred dollars was taken up to
be used in furnishing the building
The Truthful Fisherinan.
The late Senator Quay. himself a,
great fisherman, used to enjoy telling
of the tall stories recounted by the
West Virginia ang*crs along the
banks of the Cheat river.
One day a stranger from Maryland.
in search of sport, asked one of the
natives whether there was good fish-1
ing in the vicinity.
"None better an,ywhere," was the
"What kind of fish have you herea
bouts?" asked the stranger.
"Oh. most all kinds."
"I hope there are some game fish
to be had." continued the man from
Maryland. "Tell me, what wvas the
weight of the largest fish ever caught
in this region."
"W\ell, sir." responded the WVest,
Virginian. "we don't never take no
weighin' machines with us when we
fish, so I wouldn't like to say, being
an honest mar., just how much that;
last trout of mine did weigh. But,
stranger, I d'on't mind tellin' you that
'when f pulled that fish out of the
water the river wvent down a foot!"
Some automobiles are called run
abouts and others should be knowir
The best way to keep people from~
- getting onto your curves is to be
Five members of the Santiago pro
vincial election board have been sen
tenced to fourteen years eight
months in prison for falsifying elec
tion returns. The Cubans are not
so savishly imative of us after all.
Even vet there is an occasional
crusty, old-fashioned, hard-hearted
father who refuses to permit his son
to amuse himself by having his ribs
broken and his face trampled upon
for the delectation of a crowd of
irenzied rooters ':1 the grand stand.
It is bootless for a man to have an
aim in life unless he has the ammu
nition to back it up.
"TEETBINA" as i's name implies.
is used1 by every mother wise.
To stay convu:siCm s that con e on
When teething time begirns 'otdawa.
Tcr Nsusea, Vumiting and the weak, irri
table tonaeh cf chil"en, nothing eque!s
Dr. 'otTett's ''TEFP HIT NA," (Teething
Powders)' It Aids Digestion and Regulates
You can save a few i
Long run, or good sei
always know it until
Mr. "EARLY BIRDS" w
NWhen a man kisses a girl against
her will. she doesn't scream, because
her mouth is too busy doing some
Herb W. Edwards Injured.
Herb W. Edwards of Des Moines,
Iowa, got a fall on an icy walk last
winter, spraining his wrist and bruis
ing his knees. "The next day," he
says, "they ,were so sore and stiff I
was afraid I would have to stay in bed,
but I rubbed them well with Cham
berlain's Pain Balm and after a few
applications all soreness had disap
peared." For salb by Smith Drng Co.,
Pelham & Son, W. G. Mayes and
Prosperity Drug Co.
Yet, Russia's little affair with Eng
land will probably distract attention
from the way she is being handled
by the Japs-if that is what she was
The Exact Thing Required For
"As a certain purgative and stomach
purifier Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets -seem to be the exact
thing required, strong enough and safe
for children and without that terrible
griping so common to .most purga
tives," say R. S. Webster & Co.,
Udora, Ontario. Canada. For sale by
Smith Drug Co., Pelham & Son, W. G.
Mayes and Prosperity Drug Co.
In order to join the great silent ma
jority a man must either die or get
-When you want a pleasant physic
try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
produce no griping or other unpleasant
effect. Sold by Smith Drug Co., Pel
ham & Son, W. G. Mayes and Pros
perity Drug Co.
Two-thirds of the dignity we en
counter in our daily walks is merely
Diseases Peculiar to vWomen.
If Acid Iron Mineral is used ac
cording to directions as an internal
remedy, or as "A wash," and no ben
efit follows, after using one 50 cents
bottle write us and we will refund
your money. Sold by Druggists.
.Acid Iron Mineral Co.
Columbia, S. C.
Acid Iron Mineral is not a patent
medicine, but a wonderful combina
tion of Health Giving factors, mined
frojn the earth and compounded in the
Laboratory of Nature. It is of such
great strength that it only takes a "lit
tle to do the' work." It cures such
a large percentage of chronic dis
eases after all else has failed, that it
has won for itself great fame almost
from the first dose. Nothing will
build up the broken down system so
quickly and permanently as A. I. M.
Why complain and suffer because of
some disease which undermines your
health and robs life of its charm caus
ing you to lose hope and succumb to
despair and finally premature death.
Get A. M. I. at once. It may suit
your case exactly. It has suited
thousands of others. Trade A. M.
I. mark on every bottle. Sold byI
Acid Iron Mineral Co.
Columbia, S. C.
Notice is hereby given that the
books of registration of the Town of
Newerry, S. C., are now open; and
the undersigned as Supervisor of Reg
istration for said town, wvill keep said
books open every day from g a. in.,
until 3 p. m. (Sundays excepted), in
cluding the 1st day of December, 1904.
T. 0. Stewart,
Supervisor of Registration.
September 5, 1904.
I BUY A CARRI
Jollars by buying a "Ch
ise in the Shor run. W
afterwards. We have
ill be best served Full I
A man's self-respect is often punc
tured by the suspicious of his neigh
The Best Medicine I Have Ever Used
Columbia, S. C., November 10, 1903.
Gentlemen: i have suffered a long
time from chronic liver complaint and
find that Dr. James' Iron Blood and
Liver Tonic gave me more relief than
anything I have ever used. I recom
mend it to all who suffer from consti
pation. Yours truly,
J. S. SHEHAND.
For sale by all druggists.
Some men are so lucky they can
even get engaged and have it broken.
Just The Thing For Weak, Pale
Columbia, S. C., November 2, 1903.
Dear Sirs: I have been giving Dr
James' Iron Blood and Liver Tonic to
my little daughter. She was pale and
weak, and had no appetite. She has
been benefitted by yoi. c tonic a great
deal; and is much stronger, eats well,
and looks healthier. I cheerfully rec
ommend Iron Blood and Liver Tonic as
a splendid medicine.
- J. J. HANDCOCK,
No. 19 S. Sumter St.
For sale by all druggists.
Few women are any uglier than
they paint their faces.
The Best All-Around Tonic-Can't
Columbia, S. C , November 5, 1903.
Gentlemen: I have taken one bottle
of Iron Blood and Liver Tonic, and I
have just bought the second bottle, It
has done me a great deal of good; I am
stronger and feel better in every way,
my appetite is good, and I digest my
food. As an all-around tonic Dr. James'
Iron Blood and Liver Tonic can't be
W. B. TAYLOR,
Columbia, S. 0.
For sale by all druggists.
*.... WE SELL....
PIANOS - AND - ORGANS *
* and Lots of Them.
, WE SELL THE BEST MAKES
Our prices are about ten
+per cent. under Northern prices *
EeyPiano or Organ we
+ sel isfully warranted by the $
* makers, and backed up by us.*
Write us at once for catalogue, .
# prices and terms.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WAREHOUSE COMPANY OF
Columbia, S. C.,
STORE COTTON IN
houses and to
Proper Cash Advances
if you desire to
hold your cott on 1
-details will be
if you address
Columbia. S. C.
AGE, BUGGY C
:ap John" vehicle, but
e save you money on vi
a full line of the Late
ine of Whips and WintE
Are my long suit.
except bad ones.
4stamp and an inde
ing linen for 40 c
other good things.
1334 Main Street,
Lime, - Ceme
Terra Cotta Pipe, Rool
Darolina Portland Cement C
Southern Lime c
Building Material of a
hiskey -I. Morphine --
Habit, I Habit,
c dr 'Keeley Institul
t:-: Lady St. (or 0. Box 75,)Columbia. S.
There is no n
Lungs out, wt
tle of Murray
lien and Tar.
A few doses of this Household
lief. A positive cure for Influ
Throat. Anti-Spasmodic in C
THE MURRAY DRU
Is the place to save money.
eady to buy your brand, brand
o be selling at The Smith Co., c
:ow you and you all know thei
noney by trading with them.
We have just put in a nice st
md Notions. No bild stock
round the door for the last twe
1 bright and new, which we will
We will continue to carry our
We are selling full Cream Ch<
Four boxes Star Lye for 25 ce
Two pounds Keg Soda for 5 c
U. M. C. Loaded Shells 40c.']
We carry a large linen
orts of am munition.
We have the largest al
ng and Smoking Tobac
he leading brands. !n i
ou need, as we have
Fot those mentic
ut a fresh lot ju:
- Try our Pinac
t isn't economy in the
ahicles, but you do not
st Styles, and all the
%r Lap Robes.
I make any kind *
I furnish a new
Ilible pad for mark
ents. I have some
Columbia, S. C.
nt, - Plaster,
Small Lots. Write
0.,.- - Charleston, S. C.
mnd Cement Co.
'ON, S. C.
I kinds. High Grade
iarette, A11 Druix and Tobacco
e of South Carolina.
C. Confidental correispondence solicited.
Ded of wearing your
en you can get a bot
's Horehound, Mul
Remedy will give immediate re
enza, Bronchitis and Diseasses of
So come along and get you
new goods, for they are gain
n the Mittle corner. They al
n, so you can and will say
ck of Shoes, Dry Good
of stuff that has been throw
nty years, no old stuff at all.
sell as cheap as the cheaDest
nice and selected stock o
~ese at 1 5c. per pound.
>f Guns, Shells and
d nicest line of Che
co in Newberry-all
~act we carry anythir
a full line of gene
IT H CO.
I Beef Hams.