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TH EA B C OF EC
The most important thi
Cathcart's BIG BARGAIN BA
ducements for you to buy yot
for your NEXT MONTH'S SU
CRYSTAL FANCY P)
Patent on same terms.
CORN, MEAL, LARD
Feed Oats, Best Timothy
NEW ORLEANS MO]
molasses. All at prices t
PURITY COFFEE, a
The Old Standard Oc1
SHOES, SHOES, the
leather and cotton.
gle Trees, Chains==in fact
Birdsell Wagons, the
Pratt's Stock Food foi
the hens lay.
_A BEAUTIFUL PICTUI
All goods delivered in to
Heavy and Fancy
FOR PRICE AND.,QUALITY
IT WILL PAY YOU To COME TO
SEE US WHEN IN NEED OF
A LARGE STOCK OF THE VERY
BEST KINDS NOW ON HANDS.
GREGORY=CONDER MULE CO.,
117 Plain Street. COLUMBIA, S. C.
LABOR BEING SCARCE
Yonr best help is in
Some one to pump water to your barn
It's a Gasoline Engiue.
If you want to runjlight machinery
It's a Gasoline Engine.
If you want to saw wood
It's a Gasoline Engine.
Make known your wants and we willido the rest.
W. 0. McKEOWN & SONS,
Cornwell, S. C.
-- Flower Time = =
Is here and we have just received a big
shipment of FLOWER POTS of all sizes.
(let them now.
Don't forget that everything in the way
of Garden and Farm Implements is al
ways kept in stock here.1
A large and varied assortment of Glass
ware and Crockery. See our fine Lamps
and Toilet Sets.
Use Poultry Netting for your garden
fence and get it here.
-= J. W. Seigler. ==
ig in fishing i
IT: the Most
PPLIES for ti
TENT FLOUR, ti
, MEAT, SUGAR=
Hay and Pure Wl
ASSES, the kind
:agon Soap, at ext
very kind needed
otton Planters, Ut
everything for th
- keeping the stoc<
tE FOR ONLY FIFTY CEP
wn. Phone a
Letter From Mr. Win. V. King.
The following very interesting
letter from E.r. Win. V. King,
Superintendent N. Y. Cotton Ex
hange, was received by Mr.
Richard Cheathamn, Secretary of
the Southern Cotton association;
Mr. Rich ard Cheatham, Secretary,
Southern Cotton Association
Dear Sir:-Your favor of the
9th instant is received. Thanks
for President Jordan's cotton
statistics, etc., which give the
facts clearly and intelligently.
In my opinion the coming
planting season will prove to be
the most trying if not the most
:ritical in the experience of South,
er cotton growers. Trying, be
ause so many believe 10 or
lOj cents will prove so serious a
temptation to the planter that he
will put every available acre in
otton. This opinion in not con
fined to this section of the country
alone, but is endorsed by many
' the good people of the South,
not planters of cotton I am glad
It will indeed prove a critical
season for the planter and for the
entire south should the tempta
tion to over-plant in cotton be
carried out. Thie years of splen
did work of your association to
gether with thbat of others who
have co-opera t-d, will be swept
away, and a condition of servitude
for the planter w ill be reenacted
with its consequent 6 cents or 7
cents for cotton.
Thbis is not .:u xtreme picture.
It is certatin to ocvvr unless tbe
planters staud so idly together
and for their own protection
diversify the planting, potting in
a moderate acreage only in cotton.
If the the planter s will not pro
tect themselves in a matter of
such '7ital interest, to whom can
they look for help? Certainly
not to the buyer a.nd the con
To sum up the m.atter, the
situation for weal or for woe, for
7 or for 1'2c is entirely in the
bands of the planter. In a brief
interval of time the World wil]
know whether he has proven false
to imself or has had the courage
and manliness to resist the tem
pta ion which now threatens to
wrest from him the control of the
Win. V. King.
The best way to rid the system of a
cold is to evacuate the bowels. Ken
nedy's Laxative Honey and Tar acts
as a pleasant, yet effectual cathartic on
the bowels. It clears the head, cuts
the phlegm cut of the throat, strength
ens the bronchial tubes, relieves coughs,
colds, erou p, whooping cough, etc.
old hv all druggists.
s the bait. Th
and the Best
S and ALL FAI
ie farm and sec
ie top of the marl
:Buy all these here
ieat Bran. Browt
that taste like thel
Put up in 5=lb. car
ra low prices by th
for the farm and a
iano Distributers, F
e farm here.
A few more to gc
: in fine working o
iTS AND A FULL POUND
nd written ord
A Rat Tail Tale.
A group of men were talking
on the square the other day, the
editor among them, when a phy
sician from the country said,
"Ddyuknow that a rat could
eatcasoroil out of a bottle
which is too small for him to get
his head into?" All said they
had never heard of such a thing
and then the physician explained
the modus operandi which he
had witnessed himself. In the first
Iplace the rat will eat the stopper
out of the bottle and than drop
his tail down in the oil, pull it
out and lick it clean of oil. This
operation will be repeated until
the rat gets all the oil out of the
bottle. Of course those present
thuhte doctor was making up
a yrn uthe said he could prove
it by a neigbor who was a very
trustworthy man. The others
attempted to get off something to
match the doctor's but the doctor
stood alone in his glo::y.-Darling
Always Keeps Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in his House.
"We would not be without Chamn
berlain's Cough Remedy. It is kept
on hand continually in our home,"
says WV. WV. Kearney, editor of the
Independent, Lowry City, Mo. That
'is just what every family should do.
When kept at hand ready for instant
use, a cold may be checked at the out
set and cured in much less time than
after -it has become settled in the system.
'ihbis remedy is also without a peer for
croup in children, and will prevent
the attack when given as soon as the
child become hoarse, or even after the
croupy cough appears, which can only
be done when the remedy is kept at
hand. For sale by Obear Drug Co.,
and all medicine dealers.
If you can grow all the nitrogen
needed in your soil free of cost
b~y planting cowpeas, why in
thunder don't you do it? A fter
the nitrogen is placed ln the
ground, then the peavine hay
stack is a mighty good fortifica
tion for the mules to stand be
hind when rough times and March
winds come along. Mortgaged
mules are said to like town hay
best, but good Farmers' Uoion
men den't believe it.-J. 0. Strib
One would think the ILaxative idea
in a cough syrup should have been
ad vanced long before it was. It seems
the only rational remedy for Coughs
and Colds would be to move the b~owels
and clean the mucOus membranes of
the throat and lungs at the same time.
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar
does this. It is the Otiginal Laxative
'Cough Syrup, the best known remedy
for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping
Cough, ete. Tastes good and harmless.
Sold by all druggists.
WANTDD-To Buy One Hun
dred Bushels of Peas.-M. W.
[O AT A.
ie Best Bait fz
Goods for the
cet at bottom price
and save money.
i Middlings, the v
y used to. Sever
is especially for A.
t the same old p
Iloughs, Hoes, Coll
> at special prices.
rder and Pratt's F
PACKAGE OF BAKING P
ers given pror
"An exchange which herps it:
readers posted reports a lumbe
dealer as ill with the shinqles."
New York Commercial. That i;
apainful malady to which mat
juveniles are mostly suscep~tible
Iused to be generally prevalen
but is now dying out. Observan
physicians agree that wherei
attacked most severely it wa
most beneficia.-The State.
Dangers of Pneumonia.
A cold at this time if neglected I
liable to cause pneumonia wvhich is s
often fatal, and .even when the patien
has reeovered the lungs are weakened
making them peculiarly suscesptible t
the development of consunmption
Foley's Honey and Tar will stop th
cough, heal and strengthen the lung
and prevent pneumonia. La Grip~p
coughs yield quickly to the wonderfu
curative qualities of Foley's Honey an<
Tar. There is nothing else "just a
good." McMaster Co.
He is a wise man that ca3
avoid evil; he is a patient maai
that can endure it; but he is
valiant man that can conquer it
A Favorite Remedy for Babies
Its pleasant taste and prompt cure
have made Chamberlain's Cougi
Remedy a favorite with the mother
of srmall children. It quickly cure
their coughs and colds and preven
any danger of pneumonia or othe
serious consequences. It not onl:
cures croup, but when given as sooi
as the croupy cough appears will pre
vent the attack. For sale by Obea
Drug Co., and all medicine dealers.
From the Best Tested Seeds.
Now ready for shipment, large
strong, healthy, th-se plants ari
grown in the open air and wil
stand severe freeze without in
jury. Early Je.rsey Wakefield
Large Type or Charleston Wake
field, which are the best know
varieties of early cabbages, als<
Henderso'n' So ocession, the bes
large, late and sure header, Au
gusta Early Trucker, also a fin,
type -of late variety. Neatl;
packed in light baskets. Si15'
per thousand; for fir'e thousani
or over,$1.25 per thousand, f. o.1
Special prices made on larg
lots. CHAS. M. GIBSON,
Youngs Island, S. 0.
Is now the best equhipped businesas col
lege in the South. Strongly endorsed
Our graduates are in demand.
Terms the most reasonable.
All interested will do well to writ
T HE MACFEAT BUSINESS
10.18 Columbia. S. C.
>r Bringing B1
S here. Come
s. A Number On
Come here too foi
ery thing for fati
iI qther good gra
B. Cathcart. Try
rices before the r
ars, Bridles, Hameo
'oultry Food for rr
)WDER THROWN IN.
t fyoant nqulity, set
tat it is possert -grw
seed doesn't begn to compare -
of the frut produced.
telWood's erptiv Catalgue
plant. Mailed free.
We are He'adquarters for
Cow Peas, Soja Bean::,
Sorghums, Millet Seed,
Ensilage Corn, Alfalfa
and all Southern Seeds. Write for
.prices and Descriptive Cataogue.
T. W. WOOD & SONS,
SEEDSMEN, - RICHMOND, VA.
WILL BE CONTlTUED IU
the future the same as in the pas
in the old establishment in ali it
departments with a full stock c
Caskets, Burial Cases and Coffin
constantly on hand, and use C
hearse when requested.
- Thankful for past pat rot.ag
Sand solicitous for a share in th
future, in the old stand.
Calls attended to at all hours.
TH ELLIOTf GIN SHOP.
J. M. ELLIOTT & Co.
Price 2y50 f &i.00
iyers Back is.
Notice of Opening of Books
of Subscription to the
Capital Stock of Cataw-.
ba Valley Railway.
Notice is hereby given that on Mon
lay, the 2nd day of April, 1906, at 10
.'elock. A. M., at the offices of Glenn
McFadden, in the City of Chester,
ounty of Chester, State of South
aLrolinaf, the undersigned, pursuant to
commiss-ion issued to them by J. T.
sntt, Secretary of State, will open
ooks of subscriprion to the capital
ock of Catawba Valley Railway, a
orporation to be organized pursuant
to the Statutes of the State, in such
eases made and provided. The capital
stock of said proposed corporation will
be Four Hundred Thousand Dollars,
divided into four thousand shares, of
the par value of One Hundred Dallars
each; and notice is hereby given that
the right to condemn lands for all rail
road purposes has been petitioned for
by the aforesaid corporators in their
Declaration and Petition, filed with
the Secretary of State.
- J. L. GLENN,
J. A. PRIDE.
Board of Corporators.
Chester, S. C., February 22, 1906.
To the head of every family who is
ambitious for the future and education
of his children, we have a Special
Prpston to make.
Noarticle in the house shows the
evidence of culture that does a Piano
or Orgin. No accomplishment gives
as much pleasure or is of as great value
in after life as the knowledge of music
and the ability to play well.
Our Small Payment Plan makes the
Ownership of a High Grade Piano or
Just a few dollars down and a small
payment each month or quarterly or
sedmi-annually and the Instrument is
Write us to-day for catalogue and
our Specia! Proposition of Easy Pay
Golumbia, S. C.
J. D. McMEEKIN,
WINNSBORO, S. c.
Offnee over M. W. Doty's store.
BU LOW's COM ET will make the
-aso'n. beginnit rch 1, at Cedar
Tree1 pintation1 (d private trms1
I ~ T. L. ]lULOW,