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W. R. Rabb, President.
T. W. Traylor, Vice-Pres:
W. R. Rabb,
T. W. Traylor,
J. C. Buchanan,
D. V. Walker,
J. W. Hanahan,
R. Y. Turner,
S. C. Catheart,
or anything i
come to see r
Prices as lk
Lot of Inter
Poultry Food a]
WE ARE HEADQI
Plant, Kale, Lettuce,
Peas, Pepper, Radish,
&c. We select our stoc
liberal prices for selecti
ing that there are no be
We supply Garden<
ers in any quantity vwan
Fourteen of - the
Bunch and Pole Beal
stock. Plant our Bea
dance throughout the
We have handlcd I
last'15 years and have
Seed Irish Potatoe
Golden Dent Corn
Amber and Orang<
Lawn Grass Seed.
Now is the time t<
Try Landreth's Earlie:
Phone No. g.
Almost daily our new
carried off by ACUTE IN]
sons, prior to the sudde
health. There is a cause,
first symptoms of Acute]I
SPRING MINERAL WA
Prudent ones keep a 1
venienktly at hand for instj
Write for pr
Drills Gauge Cocks
Hack Saws Oil Cans
Lae Lether Packing all kinds,
Columbia Supply Co.
[NNSBORO, S. C.
ENT-Interest allowed at the rate of 4
Le quarterly, January, April, July and
J. M Jennings, Cashier.
dent. Hugh S. Wylie, Teller.
F. R. McMeekin,
T. W. Ruff,
J. R. Carlee,
J. J. Robertson,
J. L. Mimnaugh,
J. M. Jennings.
in the grocery line,
>w as the lowest.
-national Stock and
[ways in stock.
JARTERS FOR FIELD AND
SEEDS, SUCH AS
Celery, Collard, Cucumber, Egg
Mustard, Okra, Parsnip, Parsley,
Balsify, Spinach, Squash, Tomato,
jantaloupe, Corn, Clover, Grasses,
k with the greatest care, and pay
~d stock. We feel justified in say
tter seeds to be found than those
ars, Truckers, Farmers and Plant- K
ted, both wholesale and retail.
mfd Retail Seedmen,
31A, - - S.C. f
most approved varieties of
is. Fresh and well selected
nst and" have beans in abun
...andreth'sj~arden Seed for tW,
a fullyjsupply suitable for thi:
s from a. reliable seed house.
> plant Tomatoes in hot b
Under Winnsboro Hotel.
spapers report a number of persoins
)IGESTION, and maLny of these per
n attack, were apparently in good
and there is a remedy. With the
ndieestion ifrink heartily of GLENN
.TERgand relief will follow imme
ottle of this woniderful water con
Lnt use. You might profit by their
SPRINGS, S. C.
AND MACHINERY OWNERS
'ices on the following
Gauges Lubricators Belt. Gundy
Oil Cups 'Belt, Rubber Drill Press~
Belt, Leather *Eiectors Hammers
Pipe Files Pulleys
Shafting; Collars for shafting and anything
-- - - Cnlummha, S. C.
The Indian and the Railrond.
Gail ILamJiltu j if thiere never
were to be anlv ralh's:.is i: wouhi have
bee. an inpertineuw! i Columbuls to
have discorere( Amele:>;.. The Imdian's
knowledge of the lr:iion :111l direction
of the rivers and lokes numl of the po
sitious of the n.-rtges mo! his reaidi
ness under the right sort of I nuasion
to put this knowledge at tha se!rvice of
explorers, missionaries and se'ttlers
"stood off" this stigma from Columbus
before the railways came. Indians
guided Captain John Smith, Champlain
and La Salle through the wilderness.
Indian trails blazed pathways for the
pioneers through forests and over
mountains. Sometimes these trails
were utilized by the railway builders.
At the Lcuisiana Purchase exposition
at St. Louis and at the Lewis and
Clark fal at Portland were monu
ments to the heroic Shoshone girl, Sac
cajawea, ,who piloted Lewis and Clark
across the Iocky mountains and
through the wilderuess on each side of
that range in their exploration of the
Pacific.-C. M. Harvey in Atlantic.
Cheapest Place to Live.
"The cheapest place in the world Is
Antioch," said a globe trotter. "I
once passed a winter there, and all it
cost me, though I leased a fine house
and kept three servants, was $4 a
week. Antioch is in Asia, on the Medi
terranean. The climate Is all right for
winter-as good a winter climate as
Monte Carlo, Palm Beach or Los An
geles. For my house I paid $5 a
month rent. My servants I paid 50
cents a week. Mutton cost 3 cents a
pound. Eggs were 2 cents a dozen.
Chickens were 5 cents apiece. Fish
cost a fifth of a cent a pound. The
finest of fresh fruits and vegetables
fresh fruits and vegetables in Febru
ary-were so cheap that they were not
sold in quantity. You got all you
wanted for so much a week. All I
wanted for my household cost me a
quarter weekly. An American resi
dent of Antioch told me that he and
his family lived comfortably on $175 a
year."-New York Press.
The Danes and Britain.
John Ackworth, an English dialect
novelist who made a special study of
the dialects of Lancashire, Yorkshire,
the east coasts and also of the Danes,
shows that the Danes by thek early
landings and sojournings in England
have influenced the language of the
east coasts of Britain to an extraor
dinary degree and that the Danes and
the British, In spite of apparent dif
ferences, are one practically In speech
and language as well as in the rela
tionship of blood. "So strong is the
English of the cast coasts of England
impregnated with Danish," John Ack
worth once said, "that I am sure that
if a fisherman from the east coasts of
England were to be wrecked on the
shores of Denmark and he would only
speak in his true native dialect that
fisherman would be able to make him
The Christian Era.
The Christian era was suggested or
devised by Dionysius Exignus. a Rto
man monk, who, in 527, began its use
and proposed that all public and private
documents should be dated "In the year
of our Lord." It did not come Into gen
eral use in France until the eighth cen
tury nor in England until July. 816; in
Spain it was not adopted until the
eleventh century; in Portugal it was
made legal in 1415; in the empire of the
east is was established by royal edict
in 1453, a few weeks before the fall of
Where Circulation Is Feeblest.
Those who lead a sedentary life find
the circulation feeblest about the nose,
lips and temples, and those parts of
the face should be energetically knead
ed several tImes a day. When the
pores become distended the fine, invis
ible dust in the air enters and clogs
and blackens them. Mere ordinary
face washing, even when warm water
and soap are used, is not sufficient to
remove the dirt in the pores, but the
vigorous acid of the lemon will cleanse
and carry off all such unsightly blem
Care of the Feet.
The feet should be bathed at night,
and this treatment is an excellent
sleep producer. The water should be
salted. The feet should be scrubbed
all over with a nailbrush, which will
often prevent the formation of corns,
while hard spots on the soles may be
reduced with a piece of fine emery pa
per or fine file before the feet are
placed in water:
-Not Evenly Matched.
"Have you anything to say why sen
tence should not be pronounced upon
you?" asked the judge.
"Nothing, your honor, except that I
hope you will make allowances for the
fact that the lawyer who convicted me
iad a louder voice than the one who
defended me."-Milwaukee Sentinel.
The instinctive and universal taste of
mankind selects flowers for the expres
sion of its finest sympathies, their beau
ty and their fiectingness serving to
make them the most fitting symbols of
those delicate sentiments for which
language itself seems almost too gross.
A Study In Anatomny.
"Mamma, what part of the body is
"No part of the body, my dear."
"Yes, it is, because it says in the pa
per here that last night while returning
from the symphony concert Professor
Gridel fcll and broke his trombone."
They say that money does not bring
happiness. This is an experiment, how
ever, which every one wishes to try
for himself. .
Mr. Wmn. Thos. Lanorgan, provincial
Constable at C'hapl eau, Ontario, says:
" caught a severe cold while hunting
a burglar in the forest swamp last fall.
Hearing of Chamiberlain's Cough Remn
edy, I tried it, and after using two
small bottles, I was com pletely cured."
This remedy is intended especially for
coughs and colds. It will loosen and
relieve a severe cold in less time than
by any other treatment and i- a favor
ite wherever its superior excellence ha
become known. For sale by Ob ea
rug CMoanA all medicine dealer-. r
Will Succeed Anywhere
Rev. Henry Stokes so well
ird favorably known in Green
wrood spent Friday night in the
Wer p(aseil to learn thit
Mr. Stokes, is succeeding finely
in his work at Winusboro where
lo is pastor of the Methodist
'Lurch. He has only recently
paid a good part of a church
lebt and will, no doubt, soon
pay all of it. But no one need
)E surprisedl at this, for such
uen as Stokes succeed where
Ner you place them, and in
6vbatever they lay their hands to.
Don't tie a cough or a r-old up in
o(ur system bv taking a remedy that
inds the bowels. Take Kennedy's
Lnattive fonev and Tar. It is difli'r- -
nt from all other cough syrups. It is
.Etter. It opens the bowels-expels
ill cold from the system, relieves
.cughs, colds, croup, whooping cough,
!t?. An ideal remedy for youug and d
l: 1. Children like it. Sold by all F
April and the Confederacy.
The month of April was mem
).able in the affairs of the Con
lderate States. Here are some
i the events:
Bombardment and capture of
Fort Sumter, April 12 and 13, y
Battle of Shilob, April 6, 1862. t
Surrender of Northen Virginia,:
April 9, 1865.
Assassination of President
Lincoln, April 14, 1865.
Surrender of General Joseph
E. Johnston's Army, April 26,
Is the Moon Inhabited.
Science has proven that the
xioon has an atmosphere, which
niakes life in some form possible
,n that satellite; but not foi
iuman beings, who have a hard
1nough time on this earth of ours:
necially those who don't knov.
Int Electric Bitters cure Head
iche, Biliousness, Malaria, Chilh
tnd Fever, Jaundice, Dyspepsio
Dizziness, Torpid Liver, Kidnei
-omuplaints, General Debility and
FemalA weaknesses. Unequalled
is a general Tonic and Appetizei
or weak persons and especialli
or the aged. It induces sound
.ieep. Fully guaranteed by Mc
fIaster Co. and Jno. H. McMas
er & Co., druggists. Price only
If our homes were filled withi
.aore character building books
ind less bric a brac and costly
urniiture, our children would ge t
much better start in life. T o
iring a child up in an atmospere
f books, to surround him wit b
w'orks of great minds from his
afancy, and lead him gradually
:o the appreciation of the works
:>f the intellectual giants of the
'ace,is equal to a liberal educa
If a Cow gave
mankind would have to
invent inilk. Milk is Na
put in shape for diges
tion. Cod liver oil is ex
tremely nourishing, but
it has to be emulsified'
before we can digest it.I
combines the best oil .
with the valuable hypo
phosphites so that it is ~
easy to digest and does
Far more good than the ~
oil alone could. That
makes Scott's Emulsion
the most strengthening,
nourishing food - medi-. s
::ine in the world.
Sen (or free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists b
.09-415 Pearl Street New York
50c. and $1.00. All druggists
Is one where health abounds.
With impure blood there cannot
be good health.
With a disordered LIVER there
cannot be good blood.
.vivify the torpid LIVER and restore
s natural action.
A healthy LIVER means pure
Pure blood means health.
Health means happiness.
ake no Substitute. AHl Druggists.
Notice is hereby given that the Un
ersi-ned will apply to the Judge of
robate for Fairfield ('ountv, on tle
1h day of May, A. )., 1!06, for a fiial
is-harge as Guardian of the estate o171
la rioni T. Seruggs.
W. K. TiURNER,
Notice is hereby given that the un
ersigned will apply to the Judge of
'robate for Fairfield ('ouity, on the
th day of Ma., A. ). 1001, for a final
ischarge as Administrator of the es
ite of Mrs. Sallie( C. Holhian, de
eased. B. P. HLOFFMAN,
Notice is hershy given that the un
lereigned will apply to the Judge of
robate for Fairfield Couniy, on the
th day of May, A. D. 1)O6, for a final
lischarge as Guardian of the estate of
arsh J Coleman and D. R. Coleman.
E. W. COLEMAN,
4-4-4 (iardian. ,
if you want quality, sweet
ness and the best melons
that it is possible to grow. ,
Northern or Western-grown
seed doesn't begin to compare
when you consider the quality
of the fruit produced.
Wood's Descriptive Catalogue
tells all about the best kinds to
plant. Mailed free.
. We are Headquarters for
Cow Peas, Soja Bean:,
Sorghums, Millet Seed,
Ensilage Corn, Alfalfa
and all Southern Seeds. Write for
prices and Descriptive Catalogue.
T. W. WOOD & SONS,
SEEDSMEN, - RICH MOND, VA.
1302 Main St., Richmond, Va.
Have issued a new and interesting
Catalogue telling all about the best
Time, Labor and
It gives descriptions and prices of
Corn and Cotton Planters,
Wheel & Disk Cultivators,
Farm Wagons, Engines,
V. Crimp & other Roofing,
Barb Wire, Fencing, etc.
Farmers will get the best Farm
Implements on the market and
save money by sending us their
orders. Write for our Catalogue.
Mailed free on request.
[, Wilson Gibbes
'YPE WRITER HEADQUARTERS
1412 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
outh Carolina Agent
est writing machine at any price.
CHICAGO TYPEWRITFR-T h e
est for the price-$35 and $50.
ALL MAKES-Rented, Exchanged,
ought. Repairing on the premises by
RUBBER STA MP FACTORY -
;amps mad evr da n the prem
es. Stencil Plates. D~aters, Number
g Machines, Ci ek Punches of all
OFFICE RUPPLIES AND FUR
ITURE-Everything from a Pen -
int to a Roll Top Desk. Sectional
ling Case, Bookcases and Card In
xe a speialt3y, 10-IS. J
WILL BE CONTINUED IY
s future the same as in the past (
the old establishment in all its I
partments with a full stock of)
skets, Burial Cases and Coffins
2stantly on hand, and use of
rse when requested. L1
Phankful for past patronage
i solicitous for a share in the,
ure, in the old stand.
Jals attended to at all hours.
'il ELLIOTT GIlN 8HOP.
J ELL IIOTT &ICO.
I have in stock
tee in price and'
andbsee them befo
M U L
of all grades for
please you in pri
You can Luy a
time in the year.
I have the best c
that can be seen
In fact can suit y
a horse or mule.
Examine my stoc
and I can do busin<
D. A. Cr
If you want a b
harness, get my i
buggy on the mal
BIG SALE Of
Big Stock of Matting
sure to come here
Carpets and Rugs alli
make it worth your 's
Can please you in a C::oc
A carload of Pine Shing
Yonr bestibelp is in
Some one to pump water1
It's a G
If you want to run light n
It's a G
If you want to saw wood
It's a G4
Make knowniyour wants -2
W. o. McKEOy
OR PRICE A1b
IT WILL PAY YOU
SEE US WHEN I
A LARGE STOCK C
BEST KINDS NOW
G REGORY=CON DE
iii, Plain Street.
aigood line of
re you buy,
sale. I can
e ad erms.
e ig any
;electin of stocC
in any country
les for hauling.
ou in any kind of
k. Get my prices
ass with you.
uggy or a set of
>rices. The best
rket is the Rock
at close prices. Be
at prices that will
vhile to call here.
les just in. Building
s in stock.
o your barn
mnd' we wvili~do the rest.
VN & SONS,
TO COME TO.
N NEED OF
F THE VERY
COLlMRIA S. C.