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Several 6 H. P. and
Engines and Boilers f
Also have several Gi
list of second-hand M
But don't think t1
Just let us hear from
you more about it.
W. 0. McKE(
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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
in perfecting this wonderful
heart specific, they would pop
ulate a large city.
W~hat a remarkable record
a breathing, thinking, moving
monument, composed of human
lives,-that for which every
other earthly possession is sac
irhe Miles Medical Co. re
ceive thousands of letters from
these people like the following:
Het Cre for my life. Idesie tb cal
did tths remarkabl remed for the
from shortes obreath after an
little'ern paptatn oft thheLr
of the heart, so serious that I feared
tt Iwould some time drop dead upon
-- dugst and prchae two bot
tIes of the Heart Cure. and took it
result ta I am ent el cOured. Since
theneer mss an opportunity to
whtraveling advertisme n fact I am
Widely known in this loAlit.
Manaer of Lebanon Democrat,
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure ls sold by
he frst bottle will benefit.ant htfal
he will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
N. B. Truth, St. Paul, June 31, '08.
I've lived so long, I remember well
when the Mississippi was a brook. My
good health and long life came by tak
ing Hollister's okyMountain Tea.
it just in. Not
hey give satis=
us show them
one 15 H. P. Rebuilt
>r sale or trade.
ins and Presses on our
at it is all we have.
you, and we will tell
all, S. C.
Lntly, and leave no bad effeCts.
:lieve every other pain, Neural
atic Pain, Sciatica, Backache,
ie, Ague Pains, Pains from in
-down pains, Indigestion, Diz
ousness and Sleeplessness.
or two Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain
u feel an attack coming on.
tvoid suffering, but the weak
of pain upon the system. If
b~le and cannot sleep, take a
ring or when you awaken.
influence upon the nerves
cents. Never sold in bulli.
AND.CURE THE LUDNCS
1I ~ONSUJMPTION Price
~FORiOUGHS and 50c &$1.00
~OLDS Free Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for all
THROAT and Lb> d TROUB
ILES, or MONEY EACK.
Colic, Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy
Almost every. family has need
Iof a reliable remedy for colic or
diarrhea at some time during the
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 prescribed by phy
Isicians with the most satisfactory
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.
It is always wvell to have a box of
salve in the house. Sunburn, cuts,
bruises, piles and boils yield to De
witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Should
keep a box on hand at all times to pro
vide for emergencies. For years the
standard, but followed by many imita
tors. Be sure you get the genuine De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. ~Sold by
nn. H. Mcastr & Co.
The Difference Betmt-en Reflecting
and Refracting Kinds.
A very pretty little experiment which
illustrates the two methods of forming
an optical image and by way of cor
ollary illustrates the essential differ
ence between refracting and reflectilgi
telescopes may be performed by :my
one who possesses a reading glass :u
a magnifying hand mirror. In a room
that is not too brightly illuminated pin
a sheet of white paper on the wall or)
posite to a window that by preferece
should face the north or away from the
position of the sun. Taking first the
reading glass, hold it between the win
dow and the wall parallel to the sheet
of paper and a foot or more distant
from the latter. By moving it to and
fro a little you will be able to find a
distance corresponding to the focal
length of the lens, at which a picture
of the window is formed on the paper.
This picture, or image, will be upside
down because the rays of light cross
at the focus. By moving the glass a
little closer to the wall you will cause
the picture of the window to become
indistinct, while a beautiful image of
the houses. trees or other objects of the
outdoor world beyond will be formed
upon the raper. We thus learn that the
distance of the image from the lens va
ries with the distance of the object
whose image is formed. In precisely a
similar manner an image is formed at
the focus of the object glass of a re
I fracting telescope.
Take next your magnifying or con
cave mirror, and, detaching the sheet,
of paper from the wall, hold it nearly
in front of the mirror between the lat
ter and the window. When you have
adjusted the distance to the focal
length of the mirror, you will see an
image of the window projected on the
paper. By varying the distance as be
fore you will be able to produce at will
pictures of nearer or more remote ob
jects. It is in this way that images are
formed at the focus of the mirror of a
The Experiment of Firing a Canupn
Buried Under Water.
The most curious experiment ever
made with a piece of ordnance was at
Portsmouth, England. A stage was
erected in the harbor within the tide
mark. On this an Armstrong gun of
the 110 pound pattern was mounted.
The gun was then loaded and carefully
aimed at a target-all this, of course.
during the time of low tide. A few
hours later, when the gun and the tar
get were both covered with water to a
depth of six feet, the gun was fired by
means of electricity. We said "aimed
at a target," but the facts are that
there were two targets, but only one
was erected for this special experiment,
the other being the hull of an old ves
sel, the Griper, which lay directly be
hind the target and in range of the ball.
The target itself was placed only twen
ty-five feet from the muzzle of the gun.
It was composed of oak beams and
planks and was twenty-one inches
In order to make the old Griper in
vulnerable a sheet of boiler plate three
inches thick was riveted to the water
logged hull in direct range with the
course the ball was expected to take if
not deflected by the water. On all of
these-the oaken target, the boiler
plates and the old vessel hull-the ef
feet of the shot from the subri.rged
gun was really startling. The wooden
target was pierced through and
through, and the boiler iron target was
broken into pieces and driven Into Its
"backing," the ball passing right on
through both sides of the vessel, mak
Ing a huge hole, through which the wa
ter poured In torrents. Taken altogeth
er, the experiment was an entire suc
cess, demonstrating, as it did, the feasi
bility of placing submerged guns in
harbors in time of war and doing great
damage to the vessels which an enemy
might dispatch to such points for the
purpose of shelling cities.-London
The Sacred Bo Tree.
On the night of Oct. 7, 1887, the tree
worshipers of Ceylon met with an ir
reparable calamity. During one of the
worst storms that ever raged on the Is
land their sacred bo tree was thrown
to the ground. The oldest written de
scription of this wonderful tree known
to exist Is that by Fa Hiam, a Chinese
historian and traveler, who visited the
tree in the year 414 A. D. According to
the learned Chinaman, it was then 702
years old, having been planted by
King Devinipiatissa in the year 288 be
tore our era began. If the above data
be correct, and there is no reason for
doubting it, the ho tce was more than
2,175 years old when the storm ended
its career on the date mentioned above.
Shifting the Blame.
It Is the custom of the Khonds In the
Madras presidency to offer a buffalo
in sacrifice In substitution for the hu
man victim, but in doing so they make
long apologies to the deity, explaining
that they themselves would willingly
:Lake the customary sacrifice, but are
prevented by the British government.
on whose head they pray that any an
ger at their neglect of duty may be
Why He Quit.
"Did you read my noyel, Criticus?"
"Well, I read as far as the chapter
where the hero was shot, and then I
"Oh, but the hero recovers in the n'ext
"I was afraid he would. That's why
One may dominate moral sufferings
only by labor. Study saves from dis
Try a little KODOL FOR DYSPEP
SIA after your meals. See the effect it
will produce on your general feeling by I
digestmng your food and helping your
stomach to get itself into shape. Many
stomachs are overworked to the point1
where they refuse to go further. K~fdol.
:igests your food and gives your stomn
ch the rest it needs, while its reconi
structive properties get the stomach a
ack into working order. Kodol re
ieves flatulence, sour stomach, pal pi
~ation of the heart, belching, etc. Sold t
y Jno. H. McMaster & Co. It
Kodol Dyspepsia CuPe
JOHN WESLEY'S "POEM."
Nir. Uaines Entertains House with
"When Derccracy wil Die."
(From the Wainton i'ot.
John Wesley Gaines entertained
the House last night by reading
the following "poem," entitled,
"When Democracy Will Die:"
"When the lions eat grass like an
And the fishworm swallows the
When the terrapins knit woollen
And the hare is outrun by the
When serpents walk upright like
And doodle bugs travel like
When the grasshopper foeds or
And feathers are found on hogs
When Thomas cats swim in th<
And elephants roost upon trees
When insects in sumlteer are rare
And snaff never makes peopi<
When the fish creep over drj
And mules on velocipedes ride
When foxes lay e;gs in the sand
And women in dress take n<
When Dutehmen no lorger drinl
And girls get to preaching o1
When the billy goat batts fron
And treason no longer is crime
When the bumming bird bray:
like an ass,
And limburger smells A i k
When plowshares are made out o
And hearts of Tennesseeans arE
When sense grows in Itepnblicai
And wool on the hydraulic ram
Then the Democratic party wil
And this country not worth
A Hard Lot
of troubles to contend with, spring
from a torpid -liver ard blockade<
bowels, unless you awaken then
to their proper action with Dr
King's New Life Pills; tie pleas
antest and most effective cure fo:
Constipation. They prevent Ap
pendicitis and tone up the sys
term. 25c. at Jno. H. McMaste:
& Co.'s drug store.
Picnic at Jenkinsville.
The picnic at Jenkinsville,whiel
took place on last Tuesday, wa:
quite a success. About 12 o'cloel
a good crowd had assembled ii
the shady grove near by th<
school house to hear the speeches
made by the following: Professor
Brackett and Newman, and Mr
W. A. Hays, the representative o
the Land and Industrial depart
ment of the Southern Railway
The Clemson College exhibitioi
car, which is making a tour of the
state, was with them at Alston.
After dinner the crowd, afte:
chatting for a few moments, be
gan to prepare for the base ball
Ice cream and cold drinks o:
all kinds were to be found at Mr
C. B. Douglass' store.
It was a most pleasant da)
with all. Y.
Twenty Year Battle.
"I was a loser in a twenty yeaa
battle with chronic piles and
malignant sores, until I triei
Bucklen's Arnica Salve; whicI
turned the tide, by curing both
till not a tr.:ce remains," writes
A. M. Bruce, of Farrmville, Va
Best for old Ulcers, Cuts, Burns
nd Wounds. 2.5c at Jnc. H. Mc
Master & Co.'s, druggists.
South Carolina Military
Academy, Office of the
Chairman, Board o0i
A vacancy in the state scho>hr
ships exists in Fairfield Coun y.
Application blanks may be
obtained fromn the County Sn -
erintendent or from the Chairman
of the Board of Visitcrs, Charles
ton, S. C. These applications,
fully made out as directed, must
be in the hands of the Chairman
by the 30th of July.
C. S. GADSDEN,
Chaiiman Board of Visitors.
Notice is hereby given that a
partnership has this (lay been
'ormed between W. A. Hood and
F. M. Lucams, who will continue on
mn enlarged scale the mercantile
>usiness, hitherto conduc-ted by
NV. A. Hood in his own name,
onder the firm name of W. A.
lood & Company.
With thanks for past patron
ge and soliciting a continuation
fthe same, we pledge our enus
omers our best &fforts to please
km in every way.
June 26, 190O6.
W. A. HOOD.
6.97-4t .T. XE LUCTAS.
The m:an who insures his life I
wise for his family.
The man who insures his health
is wise both for his family and
You may insure hcalth by guard
ing i. It is worth guarding.
At the first attack of disease,
w h i c h generally approaches
through the LIVER and mani
fzsts itself in innumerable ways
An Ordinance Prohibiting
the Riding of Bicycles
on the Side Walks of
the Town of Winnsboro.
Be it Ordained by the Town
Council of the Town of TVinns
Section 1. That it shall be un
lawful for any person or persons
to ride a bicycle at any time on
any of the pavements or side
walks of the Town of Winnsboro.
Section 1. That any person
offending against the provisions
of Section one (1) of this Ordin
ance shall be deemed guilty of a
misdlemeanor and upou conviction
shall be punished by a fine of not
more than ten ($10.00) dollars or
I by imprisonment of not more
than ten days in the discretion of
the Mayor or Council.
Section 3. All Ordinances or
parts of Ordinances inconsistent
with the provisions of this Ordi
nance are hereby rep-aled.
Done in Council the 2nd. day
of July, A. D. one thousand nine
hundred and six, and in the one
hundred and thirty-first year of
the Independence of United
States of America, and with the
Corporate seal of the said Towr
T. H. KETCfIN,
JNO. J. NEIL,
Clerk of Council.
IChoicest up-to-date varieties grown
Carnations.'75c. to $1.00 per dozen.
Roses, $2.00 to $3..50 per dozen.
Lilies, $2.00 to $0.00 per dozen.
Chrysanithemumus, $1.00 to $6.00 pei
Wreaths, Crosses. Anchors, &c., $3.0(
Bouquets, Boxes or Baslkets of pretty
Mixed Flowers, $1.00 to $10.00.
Fine Wedding WorK a Specialty.
Ouly give us an idea what you want
and price and we will please you.
ROSE HILL [GREEN HOUS8ES,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WWe ship flow ers everyws~here.
If you want to In=
YourjDwelling and Furni=
Your Barn and Stock,
Your Store Building,
Prompt attention as well as prompt
WILL BE CONTINUED IN
the future the same as in the past
in the old establishment in all its
departments with a full stock ol
Caskets, Burial Cases and Coffins
constantly on hand, and use of
hearse when requested.
Thankful for past patronage
and solicitous for a share in the
Future, in the old stand.
Calls attended to at all hours.
TII ELLIJTT a-IN 8HOP.
J. M. E3LLIOTT & CO.
Stro,~ly end(or~sed. The remgniized
best. Our graduates areW inl dleimnd.
Dayi* ..nd utght c:Ia-e.< orgenized each
week. Enter at on'ce. Write for
COLUIn, S. C. e
,SEND YOUR ORDERS
City Shoe Store, City Shoe Store,
1509 Main St., COLUMB [A, S. C., i5o Main St.
White Kid Theo Ties, |Blue Kid T 0 Ties, jPink Kid Theo Ties,
Two Dollkrs. Two Doflars- I Two Dollars.
A Black and Cray Suede Miller Ties, | Patent Colt Slippers, Latest Ideas.
Three Dollars and Fifty Cents. Two Dollars up to Five Dollars.
Blue Canvas Ties, IWhite Canvas Ribbon Pink Canvas Ties,
Two and Two Fifty. , Ties, $1.50 to$3-00 ITwo and Two Fifty.
Express Charges Prepaid When
Money Accompanies Order. #
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
C. B. FRIPP, Manager.
TH E PUBLIC GOT
ALL OF IT!!!
DID YOU GET
ANY OF I
PAID as INTEREST on Deposits
for first six months of 1906..
Half as much, nearly, as stock=
2 per cent per annum i
4 per cent per annum i
KEEP YOUR MONEY
FIRST, where it is safest.
SECOND, where it pays best.
Ebe t(i1nnsboro 1Bankt.
FOR PRICE AND QUALITY
IT WILL PAY YOUTO COME TO
SEE US WHEN IN NEED OF
A LARGE STOCK OF THE VERY
BEST KINDS NOW ON HANDS.
GREGORY=CONDER MULE CO.,
m17 Plain Street. COLUMBIA, S. C.
COTTON GINNERS AND MACHINERY OWNERS
Write for prices on the following
Babbit Couplings Gauges Lubricators Belt, Gundy'
Drills Gauge Cocks Oil Cups Belt, Rubber ~~Drill Press
Hack Saws Oli Cans Belt, Leather Ejectors Hammers
Fittings Injectors Pip Files Pulleys
Lace Leather Packing all kinds, Shafting; Collars, for shafting and anything
else in machmnery supplies.
Columbia Supply Co, - - - - Columbia, S. C.
SUMMONS. J Wlso Gibe
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, TYPEWRITER HEADQUARTERS
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. 1412 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
Teady McDowell, Edward Cordes, An
derson J. Cordes, and Frank Price, South Carolina Agent
Ernest Price and Annie Gussie Price, -1,
by T. K. Elliott, their Guardian ad DENSMORE TYPEWRITER-The'
litem, Plaintiffs, best writing nachine at any price.
William Cores Defendant. 0bet for the pric3 adT T$h0 e
C py lin1t' Serele.) (Cm ALL MAKES-Rented, Exchangd
To the Defendant above-named: Bought. Repairing on the premie
You are flereby summoned and re-; an expert.
quired to an swer the complaint (a copy RUBBER STAMP FACTORY
of which is herewith served upon you) Stamp made every day on the pr
and to serve a copy of your answer to ises. Stencil Plts Dlate, Num
the said comnphriut on the suibscribers ing Machines, Check Pbnches of
at their office, No. 2 Bank Range kinds.
Winnsboro, S. C.. within twenty day
after the service hereof, exclusive of the OFFICE SUPPLIES AND FU
day of sneh service; and, if you fail to NITURE-Everything from a Pen
answer the complaint within the time Point to a Roll Top Desk. Sectiona
Lforesaid, the plaintiffs in this action Filing Cases, Bookcases and Card I
will apply to the Court for the relief deres a specialty, 10-18.
demanded in the comnplaint.
Dated July 16, A. D. 1900. _______________
A. S. & W. D. DOUGLASS,
To the Pledataintiffs Attorneys. 7ON TI LIE
Take notice that the summons, of~
conipaintin thi actio are fil in e n s grth byeregular treat
the oice o the lerkefnCoutta
WVinnsboro, in the County of Fairfield, Scott's Emuso
in the State of South Carolius, on the should continuethe treatment
16th day Af JlA.u 1.90 IiS, n hat wetc ml r dos
7-1--t PlaintiuW~ Attoriwys, d a5:., $ 'ry'Ei.cti
_______________________ dcts ciuring the heatecd
THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYR UP Fend fe. fe. sup'j
KENNEDY'S8LAXATIVE HONEY-TAR 4O-OWN, Ccem.York
ileA Elamn Ra..a anA Raha Ra. an .. R~Ey Z S c. and .:.oo; aldru-,gsts.