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enough,
2. IF our rate of
enough,
, 3 IF the accommoi
factory,
4. IF our business
think it is),
5. IF you are not al
invite you 1
Eheb efW
Pays 4I
2 per cent on deposi
3
SP
Try Liquid Vene
Bon Ami for silver a
Try L. & M. F
night. .
We have a fresh
white and different c
ing Colors and Dome
Call on us for br
painting your house
Paints, Oils and
McMASTE
Phone No. 9.
O Th4
yot
You
Knowsec
GINES, Steam Engine
Ginning Machinery,
know whether you wis
you bargains.
Don't put off your g
to go to ginning.
W. 0. McK
Cor
More|
WE START THE SPI
AND BETTER BA
PARTMENT T
Men's Suits
worth much more tha1
Men's Pants
regular bargain prices,
Laces and
in large quantity a
ordinary ba
Shoes for"en,'
and Low Cuts, Vicis, l4
certainly please you ini
L.]l
That's what Brow
garden. The very ti
den. Saves lots of I
Screen Doors and
styles. Buy now an
same for the whole s
The White Mount
Always gives satisfa
A full line of Hard
ware here.
J. W.
PAL.M E
SIs made especially for
in Brilliancy, Honest
'Color., Best Covering
Stain, Oland arnis
PALMETTO PAIN')
IF'
I
iterest on deposits is high :
interest on loans is low
lations we afford are satis
is safely managed (and we :
e
ready a customer, then we
o become one.
rnsboro 1Bank.
ts in the Savrorc Department.
ts in the Commercial Department.
RING.
er for furniture of all kinds,
nd glassware.
loor .Paint-=dries hard over
-supply of L. & M. Paint in
olors, Varnish Stains, Grain
stic Paints.
ightening up your room or
Paint guaranted.
Varnishes.
3R COMPANY.
Under Winnsboro Hotel.
it it is a good plan to make
ir wants known to the old re
le W. 0. McKEOWN & SONS
en thinking of buying uew or
:nd-hand GASOLINE EN
s, Boilers, Saw Mills, Cotton
Water Tanks, etc.? Let us
;h to buy or sell. We can give
in repair work until you need
EOWN & SONS,
well, S. C.
Bargains.
ING SEASON WITH MORE
-RGdNS IN EVERY DE
HAN EVER BEFORE.
at from $6.oo to $12.00 well
r we ask for them.
.__A big lot of these and at
Be sure to call here.
[Embroideries
mnd endless designs. ExtrA=
rgains in this line.
dies and Children. f igh Cuts
ids and Patent Leathers. Can
shoes.
LANDECKEiR.
[T BROWN........
n's Garden Plow does for the
ing for cultivating the gar
0eing. Try one.
Windows in all sizes and
d get the good benefits of the
;eason.
un Freezer is the best out. 1
etion.
ware, Crockery and Glass
SEIGLER.
-TTO PAINT
outhern climate. Unrivalled
in. Measure, Permanent in I
uality. The Best and Most
use. Pure Creosote, Shingle '2
tains. end for Color Cards. A
THE CHAMPAGNE MAKER.
Why His Face 1s Always Decorated
With Scars.
The Frenchman's face was hacked
ind notched.
"Have you been a duelist?" one
isked.
"No, no," the man replied. "I have
been a champagne maker." He touch
d his face. "These honorable nicks,"
1e said, "are champagno scars.
"Champagne scars," he went on," dec
)rate the visages of all the workers in
he underground champagne mills of
Rheims. Th - are caused by the burst
ng of the bottles. About one bottle of
hampagne in every ten bursts.
"There are miles and miles of cham
)agne caves 4n Rheims. caves cut in
:he solid limestone rock, where, in a
!onstant temperature of 45 degrees,
nillions of bottles of wine refine and
ripen.
"The workers down there smell noth
ng but champagne all day long, cham
pagne escaping from burst bottles, and
is the turners move along the racks
.ach turns 35,000 bottles daily-they
ire continually saluted with explosions.
Bang! And the glass splinters fly, and
i little fountain of ebampagne per
lumes the damp air.
"Day after day each bottle must be
urned. turned fifty times altogether,
till the sediment in it has all mounted
2p and concentrated itself around the
ork. Then the corkers remove the
orks, let the sediment thickened wine
n the neck of the bottle blow off and
killfully replace the cork again.
"The corkers' and turners' work is
langerous. These men are nearly all
carred like me."-Kansas City Inde
)endent.
WAYS OF PENGUINS.
rhese Birds Lay Out Home Sites and
Build Cities.
Penguins mostly spend their lives on
he water, but when, during the breed
ng season, they are obliged to seek
:he shore they establish cities, many
icres often being laid out in squares,
omposed of what might be called
5treets, running at right angles. The
)irds not only lay out their city after
?icking up all the loose stones till the
whole place is as smooth as a board
)Dor, but they take possession in cou
tes, each pair selecting a home site.
2ot to build a nest, but merely to se
mure a particular spot on the bare
round.
The hen lays one egg, and only one,
md during the time of incubation the
nale bird brings her food from the
;ea or sits on the egg awhile himself
f she wants to go out and take a
;wim. The lady penguins grow so fat
md sleek under the good care of their
!athful mates that they are eagerly
innted at the breeding season.
The old birds are tough and fishy,
ut the tender young matrons are in
reat demand, both for their oil and
lesh. Even the eggs have an oily and
shy flavor and taste as hens' eggs
night if cooked in paraffin. The pen
uin ha" -ings, like other birds, but
hey are altogether too short to fly
with, though they assist him some
what in waddling over the ground.
ornhill Magazine.
Nature's Perch Clamp.
"Chickens and other birds roosting on
i perch no bigger than a lead pencil
eer fall off. Do you know why?"
aid a farmer.
"The tendon of a roosting bird's leg
s so constructed that when the leg is
>ent at the knee the claws have to con
:act-can't open till the leg Is straight
med out again.
"Thus a chicken gets on its perch,
3ends its knee to be comfortable and
vith that bending locks itself, as with
i key. to the wood. It can't fall off.
Put a chicken on your finger and then
nake it sit down. ,Its claws will clamp
rour finger tight and be unable to let
o until the bird stands up again. Na
:ure. very kindly, has so constructed
-oosting birds that the act of settling
Iowa clamps them to their perch."
Shelley's Heart.
A well known and very prominent
English family are the possessors of a
emarkable relic in the shape of a hu
nan heart preserved in a jar of alco
101. It appears that Shelley, the poet,
eared that there was a chance of be
ng buried alive. To guard against
in'y such a contingency he left diree
ons that his heart should be removed
mediately after death. The queer
*elic may still be seen by any one who
'isits Bascombe mianor, Bournemnouth,
England.________
Force of Perseverance.
There are two ways of attaining an
mportant end-force and perseverance.
orce falls to the lot only of the privi
eged few, but austere and sustained
erseverance can be practiced by the
nost insignificant. Its silent power
~rows irresistible with time.-Mme.
swetchine.
The Nautilus.
The idea of airtight compartments in
hips was suggested by the peculiar
onstruction of the nautilus. The shell
f this animal has forty or fifty coin
>artments. into which air or water may
e admitted, to allow the occupant to
Ink or float, as it pleases.
Absentminded.
One of the most brilliant of all
~aton's masters some years ago was a
ery absentminded man. He was re
orted to have been seen one day chas
ng a hen down Windsor hill in the
ond belief that she was his hat!
Malicious.
Miss Longyears-You know I have
een called good looking. Cynicus-!
lare say. The standards of beauty
hange every ten years or so.-St Louis
ost-Dispatch.
It is possible to abtain relief from
ronic indigestion and dyspepsia by
kme of the most hopeless cases of
ang standing have yielded to it. It
nabes you to digest the fcod you eat
d exercises a corrective influence.
.uilding up the efficiency of the diges
ive organs. The stomach is the boiler
hereiun the steam is made that keeps
p your vitality, health and strength,
todol digests what you eat. NIakes
be stomach sweet-put the boiler in
ondition to do the work nature de
iands of it-gives you relief from
igestive disorders, and puts you in
bape to do your best, and feel your
est+ Sold by all drnggist.
Those who are gainingfnesh
and strength by regular treat- I
ment with
Scott's Emulsion
should continue the treatment
in hot weather; smaller dose
and a little cool milk with it will
do ~away with any objection
which is attached to fatty pro
ducts during the heated
season. Send for free mnpl.
SCOTI & BOWNE, Clemists,
439-415 Pearl Street. New York.
S-c. and c i.oo; all druggists.
KILL-rsE COUGH
AND CURE THE LUNCS
--Dr.King's
New Discovery
ONSUMPTION Price
FOR OUGHS and 50c &$1.OO
F O LDS Free Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for all
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACL
Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy
Almost every family has nced
of a reliable remedy for colic or
diarrhea at some time during the 4
year.
This remedy is recommended
by dealers who have sold it for
many years and know its value.
It has received thousands of
testimonials from grateful people.
It has been preseribed by phy
sicians with the most satisfactory
results.
It has often saved life before
medicine could have been sent for
or a physician summoned.
It only costs a quarter. Can
you afford to risk so much for so
little ? BUY IT NOW..
A Living
Monument.
If we were to assemble all
those who have been cured of
heart disease by Dr. Miles'
Heart Cure, and who would
to-day be in their graves had
not Dr. Miles' been successful b
in perfecting this wonderful
heart specific, they would pop
ulate a large city. a
What a remarkable record
a breathing, thinking, moving
monument, composed of humani
lives,-that for which every i:
other earthly possession is sac
rificea.
-The Miles Medical Co. re
ceive thousands of l.etters from
these people like the following: d
"I feel indebted to the Dr. Miles'
Heart Cure for my life. I desire to call.
the attention of others suffering as I
did to this remarkable remedy for the
heart. For a long time I had suffered
from shortness of breath after any
little exertion. palpitation of the he.rt;lI
and at times terrible pain in the regionj
of the heart, so serious that I feared
that I would some-time drop dead upon
the street. One day I read one of your
circulars, and immediately went to
my druggist and purchased two bot
ties of the Heart Cure, and took itI
aceording to directions, with the
result that I am entirely cured. Since
then I never miss an opportunity to
recommend this remedy to my friends
who have heart trouble; in fact I am
a traveling advertisment. for I am
widely known in ths lolit."
Manager of Lebanon Democrat, (
Nashville, Tenn.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure is sold by
your druggist, who will guarantee that
the first bottle will benefit. If it fails
he will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elhhart, Ind
1785 1906.
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON.
Charleston, S. C.
Entrance examinations will be held
in the County Court House on Friday,
July 6, at I) a. m. One Free Tuition
Scholarship to each county of South
Carolina awarded by County Superin- I
tendent of Education and Judge of
Probate. Board and furnished room
in Dormitory, $11 a month. All can-a
idates for admission are permitted to
compete for vacant Boyce scholarshit s
which pay 8100 a year. For catalogue
and information, address
HARRISON RANDOLPH,
- Presiaent.
Winthrop College Scholarship and
Entrance Examination.
The examination for the award of:
acant scholarship in Winthrop Col-.
'ege andl for the admission of Bs
tudents will be held at the Ctat
ourt House on Friday, July 6th, E t
. mi. Applicants must not be (d
than fifteen years otage. When s 3 -
rshiups are vacated after July 6, 10
ill he awarded to those making t.
ighest, average at this exanmin. gioi
rovided they meet the condis to.us
overninig the award. Applicanta for
sholarship should wlite to President
ohnsob before the examination for
cholarship application blanks.
Scholarships are worth $100 and
free tuition. The next season will
pen September 19th, 1906. F o r
further iniformation and catalogue,
ddress Pres. D. B. Johnson, Rock
ill, S. C.
C. S. PIXLEY, M. P.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Offices: 4 Law Range.
Hours: 10 to .3.
Strongly endorsed. The recogpized
best. Our graduates are in demand.
ay and ntght classes orgenized each
eek. Enter at once. Write for
trms.
COLUMBIA , 8. C.
HE ORIGINAL LAXATiV2 COUGH SYRUF sg
ENNEDYS .AXATIVE HONEYeDTAR T
ed Clover Bllo an?. Honey Bee on Every Bouile.
Read This.
[f you want to In=
sure
Your Cottou,
(our Dwelling and Furni=
niture,
Your Barn and Stock,
(our Store Building,
Your Merchandise,
CALL ON
it H. FLENNIKEN1
Prompt attention as well as prompt
ettlement.
Monuments
from
RION GRANITE.
We have opened up
Iranite Works at Rion
md can fill all orders for
nonumental and ceme
:ery work.
Best material, high grade
work, prices reasonable.
(our orders solicited.
Works at Rion, S. C,
Powell Bros. & Co.
Rion, S. C.
2-28-3m
T, Wilson Gibbes
'YPEWRITER HEADQUARTERS
1412 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
outh Carolina Agent
DENSMORE TYPEWRITER-The
est writing machine at any price.
CHICAGO TYPEWRITFR-T h e
est for the price-$35 and $.50.
ALL MAKES-Rented, Exchanged,
lought. Repairing on the premises by
n expert.
RUBBER STAMP FACTORY
stamps made every day on the prem
ses. Stencil Plates, Dlaters, Nuxmber
2g Machines, Check Punches of* all
inds.
OFFICE SUPPLIES AND FUR
~ITURE-Everything from a Pen
'oint to a Roll Top Desk. Sectional
iding Cases, Bookcases and Card In
axes a specialty, 10-18.
EVERYTHING IN
~lower s
Plants
Bulbs
Seeds.
hoicest up-to-date varieties grown
by us.
Carnations, 75c. to $1.00 per dozen.
Roses, $2.00 to $3.50 per dozen.
Lilies, $2.00 to $6.00 per dozen.
Chrysanthemums, $1.00 to $6.00 per
dozen.
Wreaths, Crosses, Anchors, &e., $3.00
up.
Bouquets, Boxes or BasI~ets of pretty
Mixed Flowers, $1.00 to $10.00.
Tne Wedding WorK a Specialty.
Only give us an idea what you want
nid price and we will please you.
LO8E fILL GRHE IIUS8,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
ipsir-We ship flowers everywhere.
Accidents
Will Ihappen
. Use
ForSprains,Bruises
Sore Musdles,Cuts
Burns & Scalds
AI Al Dealers Price2jf30/dfOO
Dr.EarIS.Sfoan.
Boston Nass.U.S.A.
Horse Notice.
BUL OW'S C OMET will make the F
,son, beginning March 1, at Cedagi L
-ee plantation onrvaetms
~.2S-m Ri.ewL y BULOW
Qarolina hail]
Capital Stock
HOME OFFICE: P
ffice in Farmers and Mei
- Direct<
W. J. MONTGOMERY ............
P. S. COOPER.............
R. C. GRAHAM.............
DHAS. A. SMITH................
W. H. GLOSS...............
.CHARD I. MANNING.........
T. C. M ACE......................
R. B. SCARBOROUGH..........
W. STACKHOUSE ... ........
INSURE YOUR CROPS AG)
W e insure your Tobacco for........... .........
"4 "t Truck for................ .....
"9 " Strawberries for............
"t " Cotton for.........................
"i " Small grain for...............
The cost of this insurance is small in c<
rou have at risk.
The premium to be charged on all crol
cent. of the amount of insurance. On to
more risk, the premium is only three (3)1
The losses will not be pro rated but pa
?roof of loss has been filed at the home of
;he loss is adjusted in a shorter time.
Local Agents i
J. M.JE NNINC
FOR FAIRFIEL
WINNSBO
Carolhia Hail Isuranc
FOR PRICE AP
IT WILL PAY YO
SEE US WHEN
'ues HosBu
A LARGE]STOCK,
BEST K[NDS NIV
(GREGORY=COND
m7 Pa nStreet.
KMmost instantly,
They also relieve
giRheumatic
Stomach ache, A
A ury, Bearing-dol
ziness, Nervousn
By taking one or t,
Pills when you fee
You not only avoid
ening influence of p
nervous, irritable a
. tablet on retiring
,This scothing infi1
- brings refreshing sI
25 doses, 25 cents
S~KEEP C
I can show you th
of FIGURED 0R(
LAWNS in town. A
vince you that they a
cheapest you can ge
the money.
SGEO. R. LAUJ
:OTTON GINNERS AND A
Write for prices on
abbit Couplings Gauges
rills Gauge Conks Oil Cuips
ack Saw Oil Cans 1elt, Leath~
ittings lInjeecrs Pp
aee Leather Packing ali kluds, .Martinig:(
else in machinetry
olumbia Supply Co, - -
Insuran0eCo
$25,000.00.
1ARION, S. C.
-chants Bank Building.
)rs
........... Marion, S. C.
................M ullins, S. C.
............ ....Marion, S. C.
...........Tinmonsville, S. C.
.. .............. Marion, S. C.
................ Sumter, S. C.
.................Marion, S. C.
................Conway, S. C.
............... Marion, S. C.
UANST DESTRUCTION,
.............................................$100 Per A cre
...................... .................... 100 "
...... ..................................... 100
................................. .......... 30
................................... 8 "
mparison with the investment that
>s, except tobacco, is two (2) per
bacco, where there is considerably
>er cent.
id in full within sixty days, aftei
RIce, or may be paid sooner, in case
Vanted by
iS, Gen. Agt.
D COUNTY.
RO, S. C,
4D QUALITY
J TO COME1TO
IN NEED OF
WFIrHE VERY
VONIHANDS.
ER MULEJCO.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Dr. Miles'
Anti-Pain Pills
Hleadache
and leave no bad e~eek.
every other pain, Neural'
Pain, Sciatica, Backache, -
gue Pains, Pains from in
v-n pains, Indigestion, Diz
ess and Sleeplessness.
Prevent
All=Aches
vo Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain
1 an attack coming on.
suffering, but the weak
ain upon the system. If
nd cannot sleep, take a
or when you awaken.
2ence upon the nerves
eep.
.Neversoldin liu1Li *1
00L.
e prettiest line
IANDIES and
look will con
.re the best and
t anywhere for
)EiRDALE.
1ACIIINERY OWNERS
the following
Lubricators Belt, Gundy
Belt, Rubber Drill Press
er Ej~ctors -Hnammers
Fie Pulleys
:o)Jars 1or shafting and anything
su pplies.
- - ColnmhiaS.C.

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