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THE COLUMBIA HERA LB, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1813.
m mm Ladies' fleeced vests And paius, (o and 45c each. Ladies' Union Suits. 60c, 760 and yUc. Children's fleeced Union SuiU, 25c, 4ue and 50c. Ladies fleeced lined Hose, 10c, 15c and 25c. Lauies' Sweaters, 50c to $2.00, Children's Sweaters, 25ct t 11.00. Lot of Ladies' red wool Sweat ers, slightly damaged, for 50s. nova' b avy fleeced Union Suits, 40c to 50c. Men's heavy fleeced Shirts and Drawers, 85c salt Children's Knit Toques, 10c to 25c. Children's knit aviation Caps, 25c and 50c. Ladies' knit aviation Caps, 60c to D5c. Men's wool mis,-' Sweaters, 50c. Men's wool Sweaters, $2.00. plush buggy Single $1.60. Double 2.35. Fancy plush buggy buggy 95c to Rugs, Hugs, Hugs, Hods, pluBh $-'.75, $3 25 to $5.00. ANNEX. Large galvanized Coal 30c and S9c. Large painted Coal Hods, 25c Fine Shovels, 5c, 10c and 15c Stove Polkers, 5c and 10c. Coal Tongs, 16c Orate Enamel 10c and 16c Hearth Brooms, 10c and 16o, Iron Shoe Nails, 3c paper. Shoe Soles, 10c, 16c to 26c Corn Poppers, 10c and 20c. Lanterns, 40c up. The Rack st F. S wansburg, Prop. MUCH FAILURE BEE KEEPING DUE TO CARELESSNESS ONE SHOULD BE WELL INFORM ED AS TO HABITS OF 1 HE BEE. USEJONLY NODEKN APPLIANCES Profitable Farm Specialty When in telligently Prosecuted, But to Be Successful Progressive Ideas Must Be Studied and Practiced. raininsr we receive in school are just what is needed to make us more useful citizens. Sometimes these facta ., lost fight of in the everyday Ui ol the school-room,' bu. when they are brought to our atten tion they arc not without effect. Training for gccd citizenship is al ways present in the schoolroom. In society the effect of our lives determine OUi characters, and we are accordingly judged as to our rights to be called good citizens. The chief ruler of a laud, as a pre sident or king, has the same right to be called a citizen as any other person. The chief rulers in the patriarchal form of gov?rnment were the judges. The people became dissatisfied with the judges and wanted a king like ' other native?, so God let tbem (By J. S. Ward, State Inspector of choose a king. The result was a Apiaries.) fallen kingdom and the people car- L Lack of knowledge. In these ried away into bondage, all because 'days of knowledge the man who does the kings were selfish. This ilius- not "know now" is outstripped in the fates the principle that a good citi- race and 3O0n drops out of count In I zen must be unselfish. no occupation is education more es- We become a part of everything sential to success than in bee-keep-vith which we associate and every- ing and the bioader the education thing that we do, everything that the better able ie the apiarist to solve we say, every impression that we the problems and plan for the Lest make, will have its influence wheth- returns. This education should not er good or bad, and will perhaps ef- be alone in the experience of the bee feet nations yst unborn. yard, but in the writings of the most One of our duties as citizens of practical beekeepers. In other words Columbia, of Tennessee, and of the two or thrse good fext books should United States is to uphold the con- be purchased end not simply read but ttitution which ever protects our studied as ct.e would study history rights and liberties and shelters us and grammar. Learn the anatomy from injustice. To do this requires and physiology as well as the hinits a knowledge nf the constitution. of the bee. Become acquainted with Good citizenship requires a good all modern, approved appliances so heart, a wej'. trained intellect, :now- that an intelligent selection may be ledge of nature, science, and govern- made for each location and the pur ment, high ideals, and patriotism. poses of the individual bee-keeper. As cltizeus of the state wa enjoy Subscribe lot one or more of the bee states' rights, which see, that our journals and attend the meetings ot surroundings ate kept beautiful and the bee associations -;anitary, Ua-: our public roads and 2. Using antiquated appliances railroads are kept up, and that our iscard all the eld home made bcxe me and property are protected. and the old 'gums" that were cut The boys end girls of to-day will from the hallow logs in the forest. become the future citizens of the Transfer from these unsightly, un state. A state under ordinary or profitable (lives to the modern hive natural conditions will be what its with its movable frames and conven people make It. The people com- ient appurtenances. Purchase a good pose the state and it will be good or smoker, a veil, use full sheets of bad, great or ignoble, according to comb foundations, gei a honey ex- tVsn ,.n-..-la..r t -lit- mi i A t ' 4 i iniiiiii l it ii. . I'll i'.iuim inn ir-Mi'irir .inn w. a v nraac ini c..,.-. .. ,. flnpMH" MHwiwi "ha p; coo miu DUJttDa I ne l ri l t Mil's boys and girls of to-day will not only will be the lesult instead of failure. ColB.mjlE Mil,tary Academy k. A You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking Cardui The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Has Helped Thousands. SFIMTE 10 TACKLE THE m QUESTION IN BO EARNEST INVESTIGATION STARTED THIS MORNING UNDER CHARGE: OF PRESIDENT. SENATORS Wlll BE CAILEJ Work on the 1 ariff to Go Ahead and Currency to Get Attention Bu sen store Will Be Asked 8esrCrinfl Questions. -riff CM. A. CATALOGUE FOR COMING TERM IS A WORK OF ART COMMISSIONERS CERTIFY ELECTION MT. PLEASANT OFFICIALS RE CEIVE THCiR CERTIFICATES OF ELECTION. PROBABLY THE HANDSOMEST i tv,q nf... . uiaii. j tui-uij tlCUl.UU CUIIlilllS- PUBLICATION OF THE KIND sioners me? t the rt hnM KAft nhd canvassed the returns from the municipal election at Mt. Pleasant. NEW TERM BEtiiNi ON SEPT. liiThis canvaE3 C01ifllmcd the rei,0It o: i the election nr, heretofore published Splendid Faculty Insures the Very!and certificat,3S were issued to James Best Advantages for All Who At- A Bn,lBh mayor; E. L. Parker, A. tend the School Indications Are L' Ward and J B SnackIeford, as Good'for ihe Term. jcouncilmen from the second, third , and fourth rirde respectively. Probably the handsomest' tats-1 logue ever issued in ihe South is that i PTPTITDI? DF ftWM liVIUU. mJLjJ IT 11 IN THE SOUTH. become citizen of Tennessee but of 3. Startin ; uith too mr,ny colo for the coming term. To say that it I FINE DEFINITION Of this great Tinier, of States. In this ntea. In nn L,MtSnn , '.J is a WOrk of art is to press the mat- MwmjfUMVU JO iV U.IVI c liu- I or Kltf , 1 , union our state has borne a glorious portent to start on a small scale than A T T catal8ue J1181: FORTY MILES part in th;i past and her character in bee-keepin GOOD mm One can easily ever 1 the beginning and we are become discouraged over not teing L. issued is 30 handsomely illustrated, 1 an wrn-nlfl il.. t j i -. . in the future will be what-her tons stock himself in the beginning and , y pnntea' 80 "eautl- L-j a . .. . ... - B tully arranged end so artistic in WIN ii ESSAY i uuuKis.be h .ririi' il. ir Ictood eitizeush.:, we will ho mn -'W in .,La whole flnl3!l th'lt il is out Of the ordi-; lable of keeririK ud the Dust fam Failure wium ata -iv. r y l - - - w.. ... vu. win: L n i in Ull V llfllll mi . i. land renown our state has won nr vP u ine p,Ca,niS Bn0WE are magnifH Our rHftnmiHtv ac lnlt,.i, ',, f.w . . Lent- iDf v the nnest possible clUzentr is tr, rbev the i. vA tnr !. v, . rieTVS'of th attractive buildings and w.. vv 1U 1 I Lf KJk 1UU 111 LIALH : grounds of the school. They show PHOTOGRAPH OF EAGLEVILLE FAMILV FOUND NEAR LEBANON. MURFKEESBO&O, Tenn., June - During Uo tornado of March 13, the one tha; preceded that of M-arch 23, which did such devastation in this , city and cor.'.,;, the Rowland family of nciir Ei-glevUle, consisting of hus- n anA j , ... anA . .u . , ,""" al11- uuiiuieu, were Klll- the boys at drill, the boys in the 11- hrary, in te.e splendid gymnasium the skatin li'ully, study the tro'vernment hsp rmr yard. Tho tnamiarv nf nni.vani. Ua. I . (.yt-lrf.l . influence :o iot the best men nom- longa to ad vr. need bee-keeping. PAPER BY MISS VERA SOWELL i atea ana f le(,ted, to pay our trxes 4. Carelessness. Successful bee TAKES THE GOLD MEDAL OF willingly, and to be energetic and keeping is an intensive occupation. It grouna8 ' and only a young daughter escap nrii orpmiiL' i t f vn u. . i - ir. . . . ii. t . . .-rt mi- u 1. 1 i" . . thc ucdai ;",ul"uuo uur rnu- o cAuuting ia hh ueiaiis. 11 urooKS .,, , cu "t-i mu, out sne, too, was HERALD. .... impoo .u nnr. .. .1-1 r., ... . lne catalogue embraces not onlv a k.-.i. . ... . I wvaDB ii.uuimc mo rnA"jrttinH oi au ueiay. lomoiTow win never QOlfij h,, .:.,, nf . , uauiy crippiaj at ine same time. The tho pniint,-.- Th. tU .!,;.. wUv,,, fH,- Ar-A.. rr-u. VI - lJU.VBlLiai lTOp- hnnc .1 L-.u-j , wiai UUK UdLIuATIONS ARE Thith everv od AM1 , owes to nuiiec; ana to ms fellow- nnness ot tile s'ueeard or the ii? bvs . . . . . , . away. A te" r.avs aim n crrmm nhn. 'it M 5Was in Winch the Influsncs of the Citizen Car Be ExerUd for the Betterment of Conditions In His Section and County. citizens. .of the time killers. The successful Til mo,.,. Mnr.nta fVi. nm.rn aniti"t.'f . IrA.,ua U,D mn.lr nil . .1 . e s T . j. -! - , .. as to oiSCipUKe and studies Thp j . .. f oar county cr city is closer us'tne demands of the swarming serscm. rmiPCIf, nf ,, . , ned oy th the mini and heart and brain of the boys. It gives full instniaions !hau' the government of our state. All supplies should and the- government of our state is the winter time. e purchase: course of 3tudy i3 illustrated with the tograph of thc family was found near nebr.non, where it was evidently car le h ;rce winds. The pho- at least forty , -Miss Vera BdWsll, the winne The Herald's food citizen-hip goltf medal, writel t n efisi.)' that i3 en titled to th'3 highes'. commendation. Her essay -hove profound study and j closer to us than the government of '.ailed together and painted. Frames the bo&M Q- ,rustePS Is our nation. We must not be miMect should be wiled, filled with comb very ,nteresfillJ, features by this, lor ail of these governcidits . loundptioi ready for the swarms, bonkioi n ,.!, -;iugiapn wa.- Kina Hives should be ,ar ,ranCi, A flill mmtt Zl :j:Z fmm lhe site ol the . . . . . . nome. 1 he reiK war civen to thp one of the ittle daugblel.. lhe only survivor of tions and resixnsibi.lities of a good citizen. Miss Soweil was the ?es offered by The following, faculty is announc- bookloi , ..a l. . ..... e - . i. i . C 1 1 . . .. . . v, . , . t .i i 1 i . . I .ie uut tiiu j.uilo ui a BitJUl WIIL'IC. i t, Diiuuiu or yiepaieu anu aiaCK-l anmoH,i,i., ii . i,, ... , , , , , viuiviiiiui, sam ui me attrac- ., nr. .... n,. -,!,. ..J .u tlons of tms hlhe grass section and i way. tiv tr fcnii iti nw uur iniHrMHT liic a tiai f . rdLV ii i.iih r i py T'mxr i .. . a high appretiation ol' the obliga-i, - ,..,.,... . " .v...... ... ' ' 01 me Perullp- advantag !ju i;aun, wu: iv-'jauv iu ail. Ats I en- .'csictuug i-iisr iiiiut.- until in'i fie- ..i 1 ntsseans v. e should teel a just pride i manas comes means a failure in the Will" : ; ntivr nrli1n etntn T) .U...1J i Vi r n r. W niwvri m vw mate. dui we atiuuiu Mwtiv viu. net- in the County High School in alnever fa fcQ ,emembcr that tne peo. Carelessn,-?:, brings starvation, will field of sixty five. Her essay fol-! ,., r i:,,a ai. .... .. I' 1 v. . 1 -v . . . .i iv 1 . o t l c I'UC "v. v . uuv.itfj ... vuu'juiagv 1U I'tTtT- people. We should be proud, -move rnoth, and laci-r on the colonies sue all else, that we have the privilege jcumb to th ravages of one of the and honor of being American citi-! foul brood eiseases.' Finally, the Lee zens. ! keeper becomr.r- discouraged and per- 'suades hitnseif that he hasn't the time anyway to "fool the family, li Vas in fairly good condition and the respective mem bers of ths family are easily identified. I TOOK BOTH BALL GAMES FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. Fisk University, of Nashville, look CALOMEL, CALOMEL, you can not stay, for UV-VER-LAX has shown us an easier way. tf WRECKED THE lows: Gooa Citizenship. Citizenship is the state of reing vested with t'ue rights and privileges of a citizen. Good citizenship Is the " 7- i T TIT TP 17 TU TTTT? 1 t!me anyway to "fool" with bees and use ot ms nma ana pnvueges. 1 t IW j r, failure ig the cnimlnat!on of what A citizen in its original me,uing 4 . have been The most profitable was the inhalant of a city but in SAME PLACE ' sciy his farm, the more general sense iu which wej use it, a citizen is an inhabitant 1 either of a town or the country. A good citizen influences the part ! F!SK UNIVERSITY of the community in which he live 3 by his moral conduct, ability to create good sentiment, and the in-; rluence he exerts o er others. He I 1 is a person who makes the best of life, never lets an .'pportunity pass;!'Oth game3 from the Columbia team. 1 for doing go! or uplifting 3(.me-The first game was an easy victory) one, and who always seizes upon . for the vUUors,, but the last game j " some good cruse or movement and was a gift from Harris, the first tack-! EIGHTEEN INJURED IN HEAD-ON uses his iniiuence. 'er for Co'.umbla. "Slim Jim" .'Ich-' COLL'SICN SOUTH OF The essentialr of good citizenship ed a winning ame and ought to have FJJLTON. are a proper conception of life, a wn easily, with only erne earned run j trained and educated mind, a mind against him. ! the sixth Inning j FULTON, Ky., May 31. At S'22 Etored with at. good things enthused ' with two men down and an easy o'clock this morning, Nashville, Chat with the beBi sentiment, and having 'hance for Harris, he fumbled and'tanooga & St Louis train No. 207 the ability to distinguish between immediately afterward he missel an known throughout the south as the right and w:ong. To know what j easy one rroir short, r.nd allowed four "Dixie Flyer.' a few minutes after life Is wc ougbt to have the best ' after hc side should have been leaving this p!ace for Nashville via mental training, control of the mind, retired, this j imble tied the score, the Illinois Central railroad sa far ambition, and r proper use of the;"l the Nashville boys rallied in the j as Martin, Tenm, met a northbound seventh ana put another across the 1 1. CHILDREN'S DAY AT HAMPSHIRE Col. Jno. L. Craig, headmaster, his tory and German Capt. Roy V Erwin.U. of N. C Latin. ( Maj. W. H. Westmoreland U S SPLEND'D PROGRAM IS RENDER Cavalry, military science and tactic ! ED BY CHILDREN OF THil and commandai t METHODiST CHURCH. Capt. S. L. Duckett, mathematics 1 . and Spaolsn. j ( h'ldren's $&J was observed at the Capt. Neal D. Frazier.University of Metnt(,i8' rtefel: at Hampshire on Nashville, English. ' j Sunday with mos,t interesting and ap- Capt. Carl T. Martin, VanriP. hiii I uroPr'ate exercises. A large crowd DIXIE FLYER Van wa3 in MtaatUuwt and the program jWas one of. uruiEiial nierit. The fol j lowing committee had charge of the I exercises: Mrs. Robert Akin, Mrs. I Hugh Kirk, Miss Nettie Cook, Mrs. jWilso Akin una Mrs. Leftwich. Rev. j W. T. S. Cook, the pastor, made an in teresting talk to the children. wm thinirM ripn rn us suveuiu .i:m iji ano'ner aornas ri-.o 1 r n fm ki ,,o!. : 1 j . . : c . w . ..,au. uom iu u end-on en 11 Our schools are important factors plate, making he score 7 to 6 in their ision at a io!nt five miles south of in training ir to be good and useful j fa v'-'- I" 'he i.inth, Columbia made j Fulton. The passenec rtrain was citizens. In the schools we are1" desperate effort to even tie the I running at the rate of t0nt,. taught to res.pect our elders, to rey-'the score u there was nothiag doing. erence Ood, to be courteous to our fellow-studerts and to be consider ate of their lights and privileges. ' Slim" and "Re'i" deserved a victory, ut they lost it through bone head plays and errors in the part of the The feood bab:tr wt form and the other players. miles per hour and the freight train twenty mhes per houv and the shock of collision was terrific. Eighteen persons wera injured, but no one fa tally, it ia now believed science. Capt, Jamr-K T. Williamson. derbilt. post, surgeon. Capt. J. E Sheppard, musical di rector. Capt. W. II Green, academic secre tary and adjutant. Capt. W. fi EOBtlck. DOSt cnmml-t. wary. Miss Bessie Bostisk, stenographer, to secretary, 'i ma m m mra. Mary Kowiand stewardess The next ttrtt will begin on Sept.' FOR SC0TLANI) 11; the Christmas holidays begin on1 JWlLftHU Dee. 20; the second term on Jan. 2, ' 1 and commencement day is on May 27. ' HUSE OF COMMONS PASSES There is every prospect for a fine j B,LL SIMILAR TO IRISH school during the coming term. ONE. WASHINGTON, June 2 and currency reform went eclipse this morning when the L fitp hpirnn itu Inni ... . ... .vC ,.uut 1U1 lne taitre ous and iniiiiniK. ink', v.:.,. ideat Wilson has said is at work in Washington tnreateniag the Undsr. wood bill. Some atteniioD also was diverted the senate investigation of the West Virginia coal ttrike, which also win take form this week. Work on tariff and currency will g0 on, however with cub-comrr.ittees grinding on th sehpHi'lpa Tfio Ioh.. i . t' .ucb uupe to pre sent their work to a caucus soon and get the bill into the senate not ituer that June 23. President '.Vilson's correspondence with Senator Tillman, which develop, ed that the P.'v'siden: thought curren cy reform imperative at the extra session to prevent opportunity for any artificial financial disturbances after the tailtf bill becomes a law, probably will bo followed soon with a special message to "congress convey, ing Mr. Wiison ideas on the general subject. The lobby investigation begun this morning at l'.:3C o'clock in th bi judiciary hearing room in the .enate office building. Senator Overmi.n' investigating committee plans to hear four senators an hour. Each membei of the senate wU! bp call on to tell what he knows about a tariff lobby and to go on recoH as to his persona! business affairs and professional ?ssoeiations that may re late to any item in the tariff bill. All are expect-d to respond willingly to the quiz, but many of them are won- , a jv iioi to pay anout the seorAsi nf h,,aiAa , - . .1 . ,vin,i.,DD aim proiessirnai men who have been to see them about tariff matters eince the bill passed the house. The Prei'denr has openiy 8tated he welcomed the inquiry and that he had informal', n regarding a rrift lobby which ho willingly would sub mit to the investigators. The com mittee has notified him that tin in quiry is on and will leave to his judg ment the pan he is to take. Senators are to be called alpha betically in Mocks of four and aked a series of questions prepared by the committee. Tae first witnesses will be Senatoi-3 Ashurst, Bacon, Bank head and iTwfifc Work an th. tai k;m -m . . . ; -..v. luMu win will sit rtr sumed tomonrw. Subcommittee! pt- pect to cornnltc their revision of the schedules in time for the full commit tee tot begin preparation of a report by June 9. The program is to sub mit the bill to a democratic cnucus by June 16 and to report il to the senate by June 23. Meanwhile President Wilson is working on his currency message and house and senate leaders are preparing bill.'- on currency refonn to be taken up tfter the tariff bill is passed, provided it ;s decided to pro long the e:.tra session. Even should congress decid.- to adjourn when the tariff bill is or.acted, the banking committee would be directed to con tinue work rtU currency to be sub mitted immediately .ifter the opening Of congress In tegular session next winter. HOME ROLE MAY TRANSFERS SOME LIGHTER The transfers for the montu or Mry was r0t so large as for the month preceding by $25,000, the transfers for 1he month being f64.?90 It is true that women more fre- j LONDON, May-3T. The house of quently suffer from kidney trouble j comons today passed the Scottish rrZl . irue l.fte.y ffer;home rule bill ...vr. luicuar... OWIIIK 10 Hlflr li.nro sensitive organism. Katherine L Norton, New Bedford, Mass., s?ys: T had a terrible pain across my back, with a burning and scalding feeling. I tMk Foer Kidney pills as advised, with results certain and sure. The pa!n and bUftilg feeling left me. I felr toned up and invienr. ated. I am glad to recommend Foley Kidney Pills." Thev are trnt In action, qc'.ck in results. WOL- D RIDGE. CO. (Advt ) which differs little from the provisions of the Irish bill. The bill provides for the establish ment for a f ingle chamber pnrlia ment in Scotland, subordinate to the imperial parliament The executive power shall continue to be vested in the crown and the power for levying all taxes except excise and customs sTiall be eoAiVrod upon the proposed parliament Freckled Girls far of WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM? - :.u - m r wm ciuier remove your irecKies or cause them to fade and that two jars will even in the most severe cases completely cur 3 them. We are willing to personally guarantee this and to return your money without argument if your complexion is not fully restored to its natural beauty. WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM isiUvv fragrant and absolutely harmless. Will not make hair erow but will positive' remove TAN, PIMPLES and FRECK LES Comein today and tryit Thejari are large and results absolutely certain. Sent by mail if desired. Price 50c. Mammoth jars $1.00. WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 25c Fox sale by STEPHENSON BROS. DRUG STORE