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f- ; _ v |?p mmmmmmmmtm I fCarload Horses and Mules Just Arrivedl I fj ALSO THE BIGGEST LOT OE ,1 II BUGGIES, WAGONS, HARNESS, ETC., 11 jk j| Ever seen in this part of the country. G. FRANK BAMBERG, la V , Personal Mention. . u* ?H. F. Rice, Esq., spent Monday in Barnwell. j " ?Mr. S. D. Guess, of Denmark, was J gy~' here Monday. - ?Mr. J. H. Dixon, of Orangebun:, spent J I Sunday in the city. ?Mr. J. Crum Smoak, of Branchville, I was in the city Monday. ?Mr. J. 0. Kearse, of the Kearse section, was in the city Monday. ?Mr. A. Shep Pearlstine, of Charleston, spent Monday night in the city. ?Capt. TV. A. Riley, of Fairfax, spent j a few days in the city*this week. S ^ ?Mr. C. E. Walker, of the Hunter's Chapel section, was here last Friday. ?Mrs. M. A. Adams and Mrs. Willie [ v Stokes are visiting relatives in the city. ?Mr. J. L. Herndon and son of the Farrell's Store section, were in town last Friday. ?Messrs. T. D. Beard and W. H. Yarn, > 1 r of the Colston section, were nere ia-si, Friday. * ?Mr. C. A. Millons, Jr., from near town, is now attending a business college in Augusta. ?Mr. J. C. Hiers, of the Ehrhardt section, was in the city Tuesday and paid us a pleasant call. ?Mr. Emory A. Hoot on, of Augusta, visited his father's family here for a few days this week. ?Messrs. Geo. J. Hiers and Isaac W. ^ Carter, of the Ehrhardt section, were in Be the city last Friday. ?Mrs. J. D. O'Hearn, of Jacksonville, Fla., is on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Jennings. ?Jno. R. Bellinger, Esq., went to Columbia Monday evening, to argue cases before the 8tate Supreme Court. ?Solicitor Jas. E. Davis, of Barnwell, is quite ill in Augusta, Ga., where he is under the treatment of a specialist. ?Messrs. M. A. Kinard and G. W. Rentz, of the Ehrhardt section, were in the city Tuesday and paid us a pleasant call. ?Mr. L. D. Odom, formerly of Bamberg, but who Has been living in Yarnville for nearly a year, spent several days in the city last week on a visit to relatives j and friends. MAKES BAD WORSE. Perhaps you have never thought of it f but the fact must be apparent to every one that constipation is caused by a lack of water imihe system, and the use of dras-1 " ? ? ? ? J _ !11 _ ! v tic cathartics lite tJae oia iasnionea pins only make a bad matter worse. Chamber Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are much more mild and gentle in the.r effect* and when the proper dose is taken their action is so natural that one can hardly realize it is the effect of amedicine. Try a 25c bottle of them. For sale by Bamberg j ' Pharmacy; H. C. Rice, Denmark. In Memoriam?Weldon Bamberg. Soon shall I cross the storm-fettered sea,1 That divides, with its waves, my brother from me, _ And the long days of waiting, sad waiting, all past. Shall clasp in my arms my brother at last. Soon shall I rest under beautiful trees, ? Far, far beyond the shadowy seas, And many "a wearisome mile-stone once * past, My tired heart shall rest from its striving at last. Soon shall I see the bright, beautiful eyes Of my brother, beyond the blue of the skies, And often, as in the long days of the past, Feel the clasp 'of my dear one's warm hand at last. I shall see 'mid the throng of angels so bright, The sheen of his robe in its peerless white, And his lovely face, grown divinely fair, 'Neath the "crown of peace" that he shall wear. . . And the sound of that voice in Heaven's bright strain, Which so long has been stilled, I 6hall hear once again, And shall press with my own those dear lips once more, As together we stand on that* beautiful shore. What a glorious dream is the dream of that shore, When the hearts that have sorrowed shall * * sorrow no more, When the dross of this earth shall be turned into gold, Where angels the pages of life unfold. Where those that are weary of life's heavy losses, Shall wear Heaven's crown instead of life's crosses, % At rest in the present, at rest from the past, ^ In the infinite rest of that great "at last". St. Petersburg, Fla., Sister. November 15,1903. DOESN'T RESPECT OLD AGE. It's shameful when youth fails to show proper respect for old" age, but just the i contrary in the case of Dr. King's New Life Pills. They cut off maladies no matter how severe and irrespective of old age. Dyspepsia, jaundice, fever, constipation all yield to this perfect pill. 25c, ? at J. B. Black's, Bamberg; H. C. Rice's, Tipnmark. Mr. Louis Kohu, a bright young newspaper man of Columbia, died in that city last Sunday, after a prolonged illness of x typhoid pneumonia. He was a son of the late Theodore Kohn, of Orangeburg, and a brother of August Kohn, the Columbia correspondent of the News and Courier. The burial took place in Orangeburg last Monday. _ To Care a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box 25c. A .Model Love Letter. My Dear Miss Kate:?When the grim hand of the dial fell like a flap-jack upon the unsuspected hour of 4:30 yesterday, your letter unfolded itself like a beautiful panorama before my delighted vision, transfixed my soul with joy and gladness unspeakable," saturated my back hair into a multitude of blushes, and gave me a sneaking sense of self-conceit, and a delusion of magnitude and importance. It rattled the ten-pin balls of agitation down the alley way of my affections, and knocked the stakes of stolid indifference in the middle of the most diabolical hereafter. It pierced the set forms of I do not care a cent if you care for me or not, and filled my unpoetic soul with unutterable longings, longings of an ineffable nature, but why raise such a smoke in burning the old" rotten rail fence that encloses my heart, for already you gravitate to the conception, or to'be more explicit, hump yourself on the oars of pious meditation and stem the current of my remarks. Suffice it to say that when I drink from -v~ "'"cc />f unrt rnur rtimP LUC UCC1 iv?v *~v.v. j inscribed in the bottom thereof it produces an intoxicating exhilaration of the most exasperating insubordination, not previously experienced in any ordinary inebriation, but let me calm myself ana talk English for one moment. When I read that the angel of death hovered over the downy couch upon which rested the beautiful and sylph-like figure of the Kate ol my affections, tear-drops of misery dashed against the window panes of my soul, and From the remotest recess of my'premises there broke upon the midnight gloom the caterwaul of wretchedness and despair. Yours for keeps, John. CURED OF PILES AFTER 40 YEARS Mr. C. Hanev, of Geneva, 0., had the piles for 40 years. Doctors and dollan could do him no lasting good. DeWitt't Witch Hazel Salve cured him permanently. Invaluable for cuts, burns, bruises sprain8, lacerations, eczema, tetter, sail rheum, and all other skin diseases. Look for the name DeWitt on the package?al others are cheap, worthless counterfeits Sold by H. F. Hoover. 1 Christmas Holiday Rates. The Southern Railway will sell Christ mas holiday excursion tickets betweei all points south of the Potomac and Ohi< rivers and east of the Mississippi river including St. Louis, Mo., for one and one third first class standard one way fares plus 25 cents for the round trip, (mini mum rate 50 cents). T'ckets will be sold December 23-24 25-80-31, 1903, and January 1st, 1904 with final limit January 4th, 1904. They will also sell upon presentatioi and surrender of certificates signed b; superintendents, principals ana presi dents of the various institutions, Decern ber 16 to 22, 1903, inclusive, with fina limit January 8th, 1804, to teachers an< students of schools and colleges. Inter line tickets will be sold at coupon sta tions only. Apply to any agent of the Southeri Railway, or Robert W. Hunt, Divisioi Phssenger Agent, Charleston, S. C. NEURALGIA PAINS. Rheumatism, lumbago,and sciatic pain yield to the penetrating influence of Ba] lard's Snow Liniment. It penetrates t the nerves and bone and being absorbe< into the blood, its healing properties ar conveyed to everv part of the body, an effect some wonderful cures. 25c, 5(k $1.00. Sold by H. F. Hoover, Bambers An authority says school childrenshoul be well fed to keep their brains activ and strong; that it is wrong to compt them to study on short rations and sem: indigestible food. That the door, to th mind is through the stomach. CONSTIPATION. Health is absolutely impossible if coi stipation be present. Many serious case of liver and kidney complaint have sprun from neglected constipation. Such a d< plorable condition'is unnecessary. Ther is a cure for it. Herbine will speedil remedy matters. C. A. Lindsay, P. M t?? 'Pt. tv.1, io m/v>. uTinv x>ru;isuii, rm., wiiicsj.-cu. i?, im; ua\ ing tried Herbine, I find it a finemedicin for constipation." 50c bottle. Sold by D: H. F. Hoover, Bamberg, S. C. EARLY RISERS | THE FAMOUS LITTLE FILLS, fl For quick relief from Biliousness, Sick Headache, Torpid Liver, Jaundice, Dizziness, and all troubles arising from an inactive or sluggish liver, DeWitt's Little Early Risers are unequalled. They act promptly and never gripe. They are so dainty that it is a pleasure to take them. One to two act as a mild laxative; two or four act as a pleasant and effective cathartic. They are purely vegetable and absolutely harmless. They tonic the liver. 70UIDEALE1 CAR SOFFIT T90. FUFASXS BY E* C. DeWitt As Co.? Chicago Sold by Dr. H. F, Hoover. 0 Haifa IliAbinAAn Ui mujc uiumiiduii INSURANCE. FIRE, LIFE, , TORNADO, ACCIDENT, LIABILITY, CASUALTY Office at The Cotton Oil Co, 8. C. AND BELL TELEPHONE HARNESS | fla k i ri g and I Repairing i C. COLVV DiMBEDA'C CTAMEC Mm My assortment of too the holidays is com}. Best Butter > Fine Assortment Fancy Cakes an , terials for all sorts of cakes. \ RAISINS, CITRON, CURRAN 1 CRANBERRIES, PRESERVES HAMS, ALL KINDS OF CAE Best Brands Cig > Try Ballard's ObeM ^ M. MO YE, : 1 , fiair inr 11 llflVf 'I Wt BKt flLWHU 1 3 to do something for the welfar prosper, we can too. if they a ness. We know a man that ge with the times and prices. Fo THIS BIC One year's subscription to THE B, s customer who trades to the amount of I- January, 1904, in anything except Flot o sell practically at cost, we offer anyt d ? Dry Goods, Clothing, flats *' Women and Children d Hardware, consisting e Saws, Lynchburg Stei .J Horse Plows, Deer in e Double-barrel Guns time a large stock of et , ^s^HOLIDA1 18 g Everything at fair ami square prices. i- thing we have in Ftock. All we ask ii e find the best articles for right prices. 7 i Branchville r. BRANCHV i ,b============ Now is The Time ti Dates, Figs, Nuts, and a to buy then w. a. H< FANCY GROCERY tr /?f ?nnr < (a auppijr vi aw 11 i day or two. Tele NOTICE- ~ ? By virtue of the power vested in a certain chattel mortgage given .by >1. B. Yarn to Mrs. J. E. Varn on the 22nd day J of September, A. D. 1903, I have levied upon and will sell at public auction on Monday, November 30th, A. D. 1903, at 12 o'clock, m., all of the stock of goods, including dry goods, groceries, notions, shoes, and every other description of merchandise now in the store recently occupied bv M. B. Varn, deceased, under Johnson's Hotel, also all store and office furniture and all notes and accounts, in one lot. Terms cash. W. W. LIGHTSEY, Agent. S. Bamberg, S. C., November 24,1903. / I To Cm I Tele Laxative Bron I Seven MESoii boxes sold In past 12 m The Formula tells t Grove's < Not a patent medcti Fluid Extract PERUV Fluid Extract BLACK Fluid Extract DOG V It Cures the Chills i HINTS! thsome delicacies for )lete; all new goods. , 30c. the lb. d Crackers. Can also furnish maT3, DATES, FIGS, PRUNES, , JAMS. PICKLES, OATMEAL, iNED GOODS AND FRUITS. ars and Tobacco Flour; it is the best, Main Street, Next Door t<r D. H. Counts & Co. ?B? ?I i ANXIOUS 1 e of our customers. We know if they ;re bankrupt, we must go out of busits a weekly paper can keep up better r this reason wc make to all J OFFER A.MBERG HERALD FREE to every $10.00 with us before the first day of ir and Bacon, as these two articles we hing in i and Caps, Shoes for Men, . A first-class line of of such as H. Diston il-beam, One and Tivog Mowers, Single and We will have in due 'erything in the way of V GOODS ^ It is useless to try to mention every5 for you to give us a call and you will Yours truly, Supply Co., 1LLE, S. C. ?* ) Buy Raisins, Currants,, Citron, 11 such things. The place 1 is at )FFMAN'S Aim nr.in cTnnr Illll UUAK JIVKE. orop to arrive in a phone No. 32. W. P. RILEY, FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT INSURANCE. BAMBERG, S. C. re a Cold in One Day 10 Quinine Tablets. ?(%// ?ne Ty:l :M onths. he story: 1 111 Chronic Chill Curel 1 ie: a thin spirituous liquid, of a pleasant bitter taste, made of ' fl :*M IAN BARK Plaid Extract POPLAR BARK I *M_!J j>.u nnvrvi v ACU ttADIf I . KUUI riUIQ JMIRKI riuvnv nw?i ~~?air?t B fOOJ> BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARJLLA ;jf|j|| that other Chill Tonics Don't Core. | J.M.Dannelly&Son, EHRHARDT, S. C. Harness and Harness Sundries. I jpnj "We have just opened one thousand dollars' worth of Harness and Harness Sundries. Can supply any broken part of a set of Harness. Buggies and Wagons. ' vfjl Our stock of Buggies, Wagons, Surries, Saddles, Lap Robes, Whips, Harness, etc., was never larger and more complete. Be sure to get our prices u before buying anything in this line, for we can surely suit you, no matter what your demands may be. Furniture! Furniture! r| We have gone into the Furniture business, and have just received two car >. loads of every kind and style. As we buy in car load lots, we cat sell . :# cheaper than others. McCormick Machinery. We are agents for McCormick harvesting machinery, and can fix you if > you want a Mower,'Reaper and Binder, Rake, or anything in this line. I 1 I V Luniucr j L.U111UC11 Don't forget that our saw mill is runifing every day, and we are catting I lumber for sale. Give us your orders, which will have prompt attention. I ^ New Ginning Plant. ^ Our ginning plant is now completed, and we are ready to gin your cotton I promptly and give you a first-class staple and a good turnout. Our gin system is the latest and best to be had, and we guarantee satisfaction. I f FURNITURE!! of any kind for the home or office. Remember that I have the largest stock in | this section, and as I buy in car load lots, you will find the prices much lower I tnan oiners can auuru iw sen iuj. . Bed Room aid Parlor Salts, Side :||8 JjA ah Boards, Wardrobes, Enameled Beds, Chairs. Rockers, Carpets, ' 'J?. | Matting, Rags, Liioleams, Baby ':M P^i? Carriages, Shades, Pictnres, WM ^ jp and in fact any and everything to 10 ^ in ^.ne ?* furniture v, ture ^ram^8 ma^e t0 ord.er ^rom a '~SS COFFINS AND CASKETS sepon(^ t0 none *n l^e State, and '; ^ \\y Hearse for attendance at funerals -when desired. I have a full line of < COOKING & HEATING STOVES i of the best makes. Don't buy anything iq my line until you see my goods and get my low prices. I will surely save you money; LIME AND 'CEMENT fj always on hand, in any quantity, from a barrel to a car load. I can save you the freight and sell you at wholesale prices. E. C.HAYS, THE FURXITURti MAX - - BAMBERG, S. C. Allow us to submit you a Proposition / ? Before you place your order for anything in the MACHINERY LINE 1 WE HANDLE ONLY THE BEST AND OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT l WE CAN INTEREST YOU W. H. GIB8ES & CO., Columbia, S. C. | Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills, Woodworking Machinery, Com Mills, -J Grinding Mills, Cotton Handling Machinery, Etc.