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Here is a bargail
repairs, that puts it
that at once:
One io H. P. Taylot
One 12 H. P. Tozer
One 6 H. P. Tozer f
One 8 H. P. Frick I
Two 70 Saw Smith
Two 50 Saw Pratt
One of our spec
gasoline engine outfil
If you have mac
you, why tell us aboi
W. O. Mc
Now in our barns for you
Extra nice Harness]
M-- ar;-er sta bl es. Pls'
We are glad to annot
than ever before for do
and that wesshall be gl:
may have. When need
or phone us in regard t
All busiuess entruste
R. T. Ma
By virtue of the power and au
conferred upon and vested in n
certain Trust Deed executed
livered to me by J. E. Heath
Landrum, as heirs-at-law' of
Heath, deceased, [ will offer
before the Court House door, in
ooro, within the legal hours of
the FIRST MONDAY IN J UN
to the highest bidder, the foi
described premises, to wit:
All that piece, parcel or tract
lying, being and situate in the
of Fairfield and State of Sout]
lina, containinlg six acres, mxore
and embracing the granite qu:
John WN. Heath, deceased, bout
the north and west by lands
Winnsboro Granit e Company:
south and southwest by landso0
WNoodward, deceased, and 1:
Tr. K. Elliott; aind on the en
northeast by other landls of t
John WN. Heath, deceased.
Terms of Sale: Omt-half of t
chase money to be paid in cash
day of sale, -and the balance
year, with interest from said
sale at eight per centunm per
paable annually, to be secured
bnd of the purebaser or. purt
and a mortgage of the premises
the whole may be paidl in cash
option of the purchaser or pun
The purchaser to pay for all ne.
NAs ag~ent fo the said heirs-at
J. WN. Heath, deceased, at thm
time and place, I will also o
sale the balance of the lands a'd
the above mnention~ed tract, con
nine acres, more or let.s.
Termisof sale: One-third of
chase money to be paid in cash51
day of sale, and the balatnce
equal annual installbuments,
able in one or t wo years, with i
thereon fronm day of sale at ci;
centum per anmnnm, payable a nm
to be secured by tihe bonid of t
chaser or purchasers and a mu
of the premises sold. The lpu
to par for all niecessaryv papetrs.
J. E. McDONA E
nly ten months in our new de:
re are now rushing up our new
ist, the first floor of which wil
>ng them the Fechheimer=Fish
it. The basement, where our (
. No curtailment here. The h
>f nothing." By following thih
J. L. M I
P TO YOU.
1 list of Machineay, all in good
quarely up to you to act an<
Dry Steam Engine, on skids.
Engine, on skids.
jins, Feeders and Condensers.
alties is repairing and sellinj
:s. We sell the best makes an(
hinery that has been worryinj
it it and we will do the rest.
Keown & Sons,
Iwell, S. C.
lEAD HORSES AND MULES
to select from. We have Match Teams,
-orses and Mares. Some extra good
ies, and one Bay Mare Mule, the
uggy mule on earth.
EA MULE COMPANY.
. CONDER, Manager.
r St., - - CCLUMEBIA, S. C.
mee that we are now better prepared
ing all kinds of
d to be favored with any work you
ing anything repaired bring it to us
d to us will be promptly attended
tthews & Son.
STA TE OF SOUTH CARiLINA,
~ .j~ COUNTY )F FAIRFIELD).
S By virtue of a decree of the Cour
eb I of Common Pleas for Fairfie'd County
and de in the case of H-esse M. McCarley
S1Plaintiff, against Mary K. Blyers et al.
fo sal Defenidantts; [, John WV. Lyles, ClerI
osateo the said Court, will sell before th
ale n CortH's d :rt WA ineor~o, S. C.
aet, no salesday int .June n~ext, being th
wne' t day of said month, during th
win usuail hours of sale the following de
olascibe~d real estate:
f land All that certainl piece, pa reel or lot O
oy land, lying. beinur and situate in th
Caro-ss towni of WVinnsbohro, in the Coutti
rr efs and State aforesaid, containing one
drry of fourth of an acre, miore or less, amn
oft having the following area and dimnen
sihel to wit: begonmig at a p)oint 01
the' Cong iress street. near the northwesteri
-acrner of the Winnisboro Hotel build
ni ng, and running from thence in at
t n ater]v direction a distance of tw<
e id hundred and ten feet to the road~bed o
the Southern Railway Company, thtet
0pntr- cor nering and thence running~ north
n the( wrdlv :t distance oif fiftv-two amn
onie-half feet to) the lot now'owned b:
da X . M. Owens, there cornering atn<
nnunhe thenc running west along thsineo
bthte lot of saidi A. M1. Owens a distane
h ol, o of two hundred and ten feet to Con
t ress street, there cornering an d thenc
the nin south along Congress street:
h~ser. distance of fifty-two and one-half fee
es'to the beginninig point. Said lotbeinj
the southern half of the lot of lam
con veyed to .ohn K. McCarley by thi
heirs-at-law of Mason (Chandler, de
woceased, by deed which is recorded ir
-a the ollice of th~e Register of Mesnl
same11 Co veyance for Fairfield C'ounty ai
ier tor? Deed PBook A. Lmpags 11-l:.
l~ittifl'r T nMS OF~ SALE.
One-half of the putrchase mnoney' t<
he pur- be paid iln eashi, and the balance on:
ot the credit of one year fronm day of sale
in t wo with interest thiteeon front said day o
nv- sale. to be seeured by the bond <of th<
tirest putrchlaser' and a mortgage of the premi
t~t per ises sold, or all cash at the option o
m t aly, tihe peurchaser: the plrehlaser to pa)
:pur- fotr all necessary papers and for record
ert gage ing t hesamie.
en~aer JOHN W.~ LYLES,
C. C'. C'. P. F. C.
1, Witnsboro, S. C., May 10. 19053.
artment store and we now :
addition-5o by 140 feet. V
1 be given up to Clothing f<
el Co., Strouse & Brothers, z
.lothing Department is at p
ead of every Department 1
up you will find our stock
M N A U
A niemory System.
Forget each kindness that you do
As soon as you have done it;
IForget the praise that falls to
The moment you have won it;
1 Forget the slander you hear
Before you can repeat it;
Forget each slight, each spite,
Wherever you may :eet it.
Remember evety kindness done
To you whate'er its measure;
Remember praise by others won
And pass it on with pleasure;
Remember every promise made
And keep it to the letter;
Remember those who lend you
And be a grateful debtor.
Remember all the happiness
That comes your way in living;
Forget each worry and distress,
Be hopeful and forgiving;
Remember good, remember truth.
Remember heaven's above you
And you will find, throug age and
True joys, and health to love
-Priscilla Leonard in Youth's
Saved by Dynamite.
Sometimes a flaming city is
saved by dynamiting a space
thit the fire can't cross. Some
times, a cough hangs on so long,
you feel as if nothing but dyna
mite would cure it. Z. T. Gray,
I of Calhoun, Ga., writes: "My
wife had a very aggravated cough,
which kept her awake niahts.
Two physicians could not help
her; so she took Dr. King's New
Discovery f o r Consumption.
Coughs and Colds, which eased
her cough, gave her sleep, and
finally cured her." Strictly scien-.
tific cure for bronchitis and La
Grippe. At McMaster Co.'s, Obear
Drug Co.'s andJohn H. McMas
ter & Co.'s drug stores; price 50c.
and $1.00; guaranteed. Trial bot
All truly wise thoughts have
been thought already 'thousands
of times but to make them truly
ours, we must think them truly
over again honestly till they take
root in our personal experience.
A Good Suggestion.
Mr. C. B. Wainwright, of Lemon
City, Fla., has written the mianufac
turers that much better results are
obtained from t he use of Chatm berlain's
Colic, Cholera an d Diarrhw a Rmd
in eases of pains in the stomach, colic
and cholera mnorbus by takmg it in
water as hot as can be drank. That
when takeni in this way the effe~ct isI
dlouble in rapidity. "It seems to get
at the right spot instantly,"' he say.s.
For sale by Obear Drug Co.
When you hear of people who
.fairly blaze with diamonds you
may rest assured that they are
not going to set the world on
Why Suffer from Rheumatism?
tWhy suffer from rheumnatkim whlen
one application of Chuniberlai's Pain
Balm will relieve the pain'. The quick
relie~f which this linime' tnt aihrds
nakes rest and sleep possible, and that
dlone is worthi many times its cost.
Mlany who hanve uised it hop)Iing onily
for a short relief fr'om su!!e-ing have
'ien halspily su rprisedl to fin d that
after awvhile relief bec:ne mcjermanent.
M~rs, S. H. Leggett, of X um Yunm,
Lennessee, U. S. A., wvrites: "I anm a
.reat sufferer frnm rheumatism, all
Svrfrom head to foot, and Chamber
.a's Paini Balmis the only thing that
vill relieve the pain.'' For sale by
- beamr D~rug Co.
IThere is often a wide gulf be-:
tween the mark of breeding and
the dollar mark.
Traveing~ is Dangerous.
Conustant mfotionf jars the kidneys
wihaekept in) plice in i he body b
deicate at tachmnents. Th is is t he rea
son that travelers, traimnmien, street enar
- en, teamhster5 and anll wh o dive very
munch suffler fromt kidnmey h'ease in~
1sonme form. ley's Kidntey Cure~
strengthens thle kidneIy-s and cures all
orms oft kidney andi' bladder disease.
tGeo. H. IInusan, locomol : ive enineimer,
Lima, O., writes: .Constant vibtrationi
of the engine cauised1 me a great deal of
trouble with myv kidneys, andm' I trot no
relief un til 1 usedl Foley's Kin hey
Cure.' Sol by Mala\Ister Co.
After it is too late the fellow
who cas t stand prosperity can't
Will Cure Consumption.
A. A. Hlerren, Finch. A rk., writes:
F'oley's I honey andt Tar is the best
preparationl for rougmths, cobis amnd li:n
trouble. I kinow that it hamn eu red con
sunption in the lirst sintres." You
never heard of any one umsie~tr Fol-v's
Honey and Tar. amnd not being sati.slied.
Sold by MeMaster Co.
find our quarters too small.
/e hope this space will be su
>r Men andlBoys. 'This stot
ilso the great Chicago House
resent, will be allotted to Ho
:hroughoutiour big store rec
O H & C
How to Live Long.
Professor Boyd Laynari, of
LoDno, England's leading author
of works on hygiene, gives these
twelve rules for those who desire
to live a healthy and long life:
1. Avoid every kind of excess,
especially in eating and driuking.
2. Do not live to eat. Select
those aliments most suitable for
nourishing the body and not
those likely to impair it.
3. Look upon fresh a'r as
your best friend. Inhalc its life
giving oxygen as much as possible
during the day, while at night
sleep with the bedroom window
open at the top for a space of at
least four or five inches. Follow
this out even in the depth orwin
ter. It is one of the great secrets
of long life.
4. Be clean in mind and body.
"Cleanliness is next to godliness."
It is a fortification against dis
5. Worry not nor grieve. This
advice may seem but cold phi
losophy and to be easier to give
than to follow; nevertheless, I
have known persons of a worrying
disposition almost entirely break
themselves of it by a simple effort
of the will. Worry kills.
6. Learn to love work and hate
indolence. The lazy man never
becomes a centenarian.
7. Have a hobby. A man with
a hobby will never die of senile
decay. He has always something
to occupy either mind or body;
therefore they remain fresh and
S. Take regular exercise in the
open air, but avoid over exertion.
9. Keep regular hours, and in
sure sufficient sleep.
10. Beware of passion. Re
member that evey outbreak short
ens life to a certain degree, whila
occasionally it's fatal.
11. Have a purpose in life.. A
man who has no purpose to live
for rarely lives long.
12. Seek a good partner in life
but not too early.
Hlow to Ward Off Old Age.
The most succes-ful way of warding
oft' the ap~proac'h of eld age is to main
tain a vigorous digestion. This1~ can be
doneC by eating only food suited to your
age andi oecupation, and when any dis
order of the stomach appealrs take a
dose of Chamberlair's Stomnach and
Liver Tablets to correct it. If you
have a weak stomach or arc troubled
with indiigestion, you will 11ind these
Tablets to be just what you needl. For
sale by Obear Drug Co.
The wise man never knows half'
as much as the fool thmnks he
A Lesson in Health.
Healthy kidney~s filte~r the nupur- -
ties fro:ni the blood,1 and unless they do
this goodl health is imipossible. Folcey's
Kidney Cure makes sound1 kidlneys and
will positively cure all forms of kidney
and bladder disease. It strengthens c
the whole system. Sold by McMaster
A safe combination is an open
Hlas Stood the Test 25 Years.
The old, original GROVE'S Tasteless
Chill Tonic. You k-now what you are 13
taking. It is iron andl quinine ini a
tasteless form. No cure, no pay. -~0e.
There are four feet in a yard c
that contains a savage dog.
If von will make inquiry it will be a
reeation to you Low many succumb
to kidney or bladder troubles ini one
form or another. .lf the patient is not
beyound muedlical aid, Foley's Ki1tney
Cure will cure. .It never disapp~oints.
Sold by McMaster Co.
A good place to pass away the
time is at a pawnbroker s.
To Cure a cold in One Day p
Take LAXATIVE BROMo QUI- sh:
N INE Tablets. All drugists refund
thei money if it fails to cure.
E. W. G r ove's sign~lature& is on each
E yen the matrimonial knot is apt r
to come uitied.
One half the world doesn't know
how the other half blull's it. -
Advice to the Aged.
Age brings infiirnities, such as slug
gish bowels, weak kidneys and biad
der and TORPID LIVE.
have a specific effect on these organs,
stimulating t h e bowels, causing them
to perform their natural functions as "
in youth and I
4a to the kidneys, bladder and LlVER.
-rey a.e a-ad to 014 and yvng.
Our increasing business demands more r<
Hicient for some time. The new addition
:k we are uow buying from the leading clot
of Kohn Brothers. We will add extensiv,
use Furnishing Goods, Crockery, Toys, et(
eives positive instructions, "Keep up your
0., C o 1 u mib a.,
The trade in the Orient
Our expor ts to Japan
during the last rear.
There will soon be a tr
the trade of the Pacific Co
Big opportunitics for the
Why not look the field over
Only $62.50, Chicago to
Angeles and return, May i
29, 30, 31, June i, August
and 14, 1905. Tickets good
Rate for a double berth
ist sleeper from Chicago t<
Angeles, Santa Barbara, ar
in California,only $7. .Thro
Union Passenger Station, C
Union Pacific and Soul
This is the route of The Overlh
Passenger Station, Chicago, 6.o5
Express at 10.25 p. m. The Califo:
sleeping cars to California ever'
through standard sleepers.
Complete information sent free
on receipt of coupon with blank
lines filled. Name__________
w. S. HOwELL, Stetadss____
Gen'1 Eastern Agent, 381 Broadway,
NEW YORK CITY, Ct
F. A. MILLER, Prbbedsiaon__
General Passenger Agent, A.FRI
To Cure a Coki
TaeLaxative Bromo Quinine'
Seven Million boxes sold in past 32 months. TiiS Sig
IG GRAE CUT FLOERS UNDERTA
GROWN BY US. WILL BE CONT
the future thae same:
in the old establishim
trnations........ . to $1.00 per dozen departments with a
ses (fine greenhouse).... Caskets, Burial Case:
$2.00 to $3.50 per dozen constantly on hand:
yacinths (Roman):..t 75c. per dozen hearse when request<
ireissus, Paper White....753c. per dozen! Thankful for pas
ly of Valley....S1.00 to $1.30 per dozen an d solicitous for a
xes of Pretty Mixed Flowers ... future, in the old sta
$1.00 to $5.00 Calls attended to
rskets of Pretty Mixed Flowers....I
Duly ~~~1.50 to $10.00 TI L IT
nythe finest up-to-date varieties
planted. J. 11. ELLIOTT
UR CUSTOMERS GET THE BEST
tistic Bouquets for all nurnoses..
$1.00 to $10.00 j MRA
YLISH HOME AND CHURCH IO
We make a specialty of jNn stetm
Fine Wedding Work.totlei
Wreaths, Crosse, Anchiors, &e., Mitr. I ke
$2.00 up). adgt i ft~t
Tn ordering Bouquets or Designs
e us an idea of what y-ou want and5caBt
ice, and we will please you. Cut1
owers, Plants, Bulbis and SeedO iitf
~ppd verwhre HEMURRAY
~O~ IILL REEIIU3EM__ XTURE___
Phone 34in ni. By a oda
ti tave i Muan?
usiessEdcatonPay Iand presrd o thaot
Ati alt truggistrs.
Ph o . prse it wiok as oo as
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usies Er duc ms at inPays Io amu lorer. Io do
LaestN Diideds !'h~t andt ?it guarainte g ioo
*ztr avatags.Ourgrduat ai ng you smt i
deman. Hudred are n po re~ssed tit< will hoo ie
can asist yu. Wrie forettmr l aos lo the wi e an
AUFE T'S r~f-TI ( . soN weuch loger If' y
BUaNtE CosE(turte most .V
)om, and to meet this
we will occnpy Sep-'
:hing houses in Amer=
ely to our Carpet De=
But enough for the
stock at all seasons.
1s opening up.
mnd China multiplied
2mendous increase in
ist cities with the Far
man who lives there.
San Francisco or Los
2, 3, 9, 10, II, 12, 13,
, 7, 8, 9, 10, 1 I, 12, 13,
or return for 90 days.
in a comfortable tour
> San Francisco, Los
id mnany other points
ugh train service from
'hicao, via the
se & St. Paul,
hern Pacific Line
d Limited. leaving Union
p. m.. and The California
rnia Express carries tourist
r day. Both trains carry
iin One Day ,
s in the past -
s and Coffins - ~.
and use of ----
t patronage~ Ta.s HS: LOG BEAN.
share int theMIl
t all hours. - i aco cK-K EO W/O KS
a Co. ig Aso &.'AINGLE AND LATh
rMAcursr:Y. Consc MILLs. Erc., ETC.
Gin3FS y~ACHXINFRY Co..I
S ~ THE GBBESSHNLMAHN
hrth es. Bulow's Comet
pred elno. The Blue Ribbon Stallion.
tIe. A beautiful five-year-old corn-.
abination stallion will make this
~ co., season at Cedar Tree Plantation,
(U o, two miles above Ridgeway. Fee
C. $10.00 for the season. Mare
sent from a distance kept at 5
..-..- cents per day.
r A. M. Owens, Winnsboro, S. C.,
is hereby authorized to collect
new if Tou fees due for service by Comet for
md pressed. the past season.
the work for T. L. BUTLOW,
)able prices 3-2-3m Ridgeway, S. C.
;iaction. By _________________
claned and Contract for Building Flat
ver so much
md will last
on have not At D~awkins, S. C.. wedniesday,May
:;1Lt 10) A. M., a c.ontract for b)uildmgfl
-~in aou :ilat for the free ferry ait th~at p!:ace
ler, bcg8u it w-j i be le t the lowest responsible
hl Satsfact- bidder. A..o at the same tinme and
1ipoed p)lc econtract win .e awardedi for at
it its longer 1> nots IHight reserved to reject
. anyv or all bids.
( ra. a- o':tv Supervi-or.