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SECOND PATENT FLOUR.
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Only $3.65 Per Barrel.
Guaranteed as good as anybody's Second Patent.
Biggest Flour Bargain ever offered in Winnsboro. Come quick
before it is all gone.
Groceries A .Wgn
Fr Si. ALB Cathcart. "
Farm Supphies. Bgis
BANK OF FAIRFIELD
WINNSBORO, S. C.
-We wantyour account and will appreciate it and make your bank
ing easy and pleasant for you. If you have not already opened your
account with us, come and tell us why; if you have, then come and
see us anyhow.
In our Savings Department interest is cheerfully allowed at the
rate of 4 per cent per annum, payable quarterly, January, April,
July and October. OFFICERS.
W. R. Rabb, President. 3- M Jennings, Cashier.
T. W. Traylor, Vice-President. Hugh S. Wylie, Teller.
W. R. Rabb, F. R. McMeekin,
T. W. Traylor, T. W. Ruff,
J. C. Buchanan, J. R. Curlee,
D. V. Walker, J. J. Robertson,
J. W. Hanahan, J. L. Mimnaugh,
R. Y. Turner, Leroy Springs,
S. C theart, J. M. Jennings.
Wait to Trade?
I have a few New Buggies that
I will trade for horses or mules.
I will buy your mule or horse, if
you will 'sell at summer time
Best Liniment Used
Balsam of Myrrh GUARANTEE D.
D. A. CRAWFORD.
Allpatsand fixtures for these
machines always in stock. No
better machines on the market.
See me before buying.
M. W. DOTY.
Repeal the Lien Law.
Mr. Editor: I ask that you
print the following paragraph
from the Saluda Standard:
"Repeal lien law, and to a cer
tain extent conditions will be re
versed. Here is something for
the white supremacy advocates to
talk in the campaign. It is too
small a thing to say that the re- I
peal of the lien law will affect a
few poor white men-they would
be taken care of. Just now the
lien law is making the negro at
the white man's expense, and the
legislature knows it, or ought to
know it. But we don't blame the
In connection with the above
your scribe desires to make a few
remarks.- I with a great many
other farmers think the time for
the legislature to repeal the lien
law has arrived. In fact it has
outlived its usefulness many years.
I could give a great many reasons
for the repeal of said law, but as
it would take too much of your
valuable space, I will only give
one or two in t' a article.
In the first place, it is ruining
our labor. It has gotten so it is
almost impossible to hire a hand
at any price, or even work them on
any terms that you can have any
control of them. They will take
no care whatever of the land or
buildings, and the consequence is
lands are all washing away.
Mr. Editor, you often advise in
your paper the necessity of plant
ing food crops. But, sir, as long
as the lien law exists, you can do
othing. Repeal the lien law and
you will see a great. deal more
upplies raised at home and less
otton. It seems that the dispen
3ary is the only issue in this cam
paign, but I will say to the can
lidates for the house of repre
sentatives that the repeal of the
lien law is of far more importance
to the farmers of our state than
the dispensary, for it makes but
little difference to the farmers
whether whiskey is sold in any
form or not. But it does make a
vast difference whether we can
enn our farms or not. So I call
>U each vandidate for the house
o d(eClare at every campaign
nieting, %htiher or not he will
'vork and vwe for the repeal of
aid lien law, in case of his elec
The End of the World
if troubles that robbed E. H
Wolfe, of Bear Grove, Ia., of all
sefnlnesz, came when he began
uaking Electric Bitters. He writes:
'Two years ago Kidney trouble
~aused me great suffering,' which
[ would never have survived had
[ not taken Electric Bitters. They
Llso cured me of General Debili
;y." Sure cure for all Stomach,
Uver and Kidney complaints,
Blood diseases, Headache, Dizzi
iess and Weakness or bodily de
line. Price 50c. Guaranteed by
mo. H. McMaster & Co., drug
Why do bad men, weak men,
lemagogues and the like ever get1
nto office? Because the people
ut them there. The people can
'emedy any evil in our govern-!
nent by their votes. Then why
lo they not do it?-Greenwood
Don't drag along with a dull, bilious,
eavy feelingr. You need a pill. Use
)eWitt's Little Early Risers, the
imous little pills. Do not sicken or
ripe, but results are sure. Sold by all
The Potato Bug.
Here is the best remedy that
we have yet seen for the much
dreaded potato bug. Mr. Luther
Ginn, who lives near Hix, in
Madison county, says he keeps
two peafowls in his barnyard and
that they have full access to his
potato patch. They work the
patch thoroughly several times
every day, and destroy all the
bugs on the vines. He says they
exercise the greatest care, taking
pains to look under the leaves for
the bugs. So far as we know the
peafowl is the only fowl that has
an appetite to tackle a potato
There is nothing so pleasant as that
bright, cheerful, at-peace-with-the
world feeling when you sit down to
your breakfast. There is nothing so
conducive to good work and goo re
sults. The healthy man with a healthy
mind and body is a better fellow, a
better workman, a better citizen than
the inan or wohan who is handicapped
by some disability, however slight. A
slight disorder of the stomach will de
range your body, your thoughts and
your disposition. Get away from the
morbidness and the blues. Keep your
stomach in tune and both your brain
and body will respond. Little indis
cretions of overeatin can be easily cor
rected and you willbe surprised to see
how much better man you are. Try a
little Kodol For Dyspepsia after your
meals- Sold by. 11 druggists.
Dashaway-Do you love that
girl as much as you think you do?
Cleverton-Why, old man, I
love her almost as much as she
thinks I do.-Life.
A flystery Solved.
"How to keep off periodical
attacks of biliousness and habitual
onstipation was a mystery that
Dr. King's New Life Pills solved
Eor me," writes John N. Pleasant,
:f Magnolia, Ind. The only pills
that are guaranteed to give per
Fect satisfaction to everybody or
oney refunded. Only 25c. at
Jno. H. McMaster & Co.'s drug
Good roads and compulsory
ducation are two good things for
mny community. The one is a
ax saver while the other is a man
Summer Diarrhoea in Children.
During the hot weather of the sum
ner months the first unnatural loose
iess of a child's bowels should have
mmediate attention, so as +- check the
lisease before it become serious. Al.
hat is necessary is a few doses of
hamberlain's Colic, Cholera a n d
Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose
f castor oil to cleanse the system.
~ev. M. 0. Stockland, Pastor of the
irst M. E. Church, Little Falls, Minn.,
vrites: "We have used Chamberlian's
olic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
or several years and find it a very
'aluable remedy, especially for sum
ner disorders in children." Sold by
)bear Drug Co. and all medicine
SCOTS EMUL.SION serves as a
bridge to carry the weakened and
starved system along until it can find
firm support in ordinary food.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
I g9.45 Pearl Street, New York.
Soc. and $z.oo; all druggists.
J. D. McMEEKIN,
WINNSRORO, S. C.
Offie oyer M. W. Doty's store.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Teady McDowell, Edward Cordes, An
derson J. Cordes, and Frank Price
Ernest Price and Annie Gussie Price
by T. K. Elliott, their Guardian ad
William Cordes, Defendant.
Copy Summons. For Relief. (Com
To the Defendant above-named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint (a copy
of which is herewith served upon you:
and to serve a copy of your answer t<
the said complaint on the subscriben
at their office, No. 2 Bank Range,
Winnsboro, S. C.. within twenty days
after the service hereof, exclusive of the
day of such service; and, if you fail to
answer the complaint within the tim<
aforesaid, the plaintiffs in this action
will applyto the Court for the relief
demande in the complaint.
Dated July 16, A. D. 1906.
A. S. & W. D. DOUGLASS,
To the Defendant, William Cordes:
Take notice that the summons, o1
whiuh the foregoing is a copy, and the
complaint in this action were filed in
the office of the Clerk of Court, al
Winnsboro, in the County of Fairfield
in the State of South Carolina, on the
16th day of July, A. D. 1906.
A. S. & W. D. DOUGLASS,
7-18-6t Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
Choicest 'up-to-date varieties grown
Carnations,i75c. 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
Wreaths, Crosses, Anchors, &c., $3.00
Bouquets, Boxes or Baskets of pretty
Mixed Flowers, $1.00 to $10.00.
Fine Wedding WorK a- Specialty.
Only give us an idea what you want
and price and we will please you.
ROSE H GREM HOUSES,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
S3uWe ship flowers everywhere.
If you want to In=
YouriDwelling and Furni
Your Barn and Stock,
Your Store Building,
Prompt attention a~s a eli as prompt
THE PUBLIC GOT
ALL OF IT!'
DID YOU GET
PAID as INTEREST on Deposits
for first six months'. -of 1906.
Half as much, nearly,,- as'stock=
2 per cent per annum in
PdyS4 per cent per Annum in
KEEP YOUR MONEY
FIRST, where it is safest.
SECOND, where it pays best.
1be Witnnsboro .1ank.
FOR PRICE AND QUALITY
IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME TO
SEE US WHEN IN NEED OF
Males Horses, Bng[is or Wagon1s1
A LARGE STOCK OF THE VERY
BEST KINDS NOW ON HANDS.
(IREGORY=CONDER MULE CO..
1117 Plain Street. COLUMBIA, S. C.
COTTON GINNERS AND MACHINERY OWNERS
Write for prices on the following
Babbit Colig Gags Lubricators Belt, Giindy
Drills e Coks Oil ps Belt, Rubber Drill Piess
Hak Saws Oil Cas Bet Leather Eectors Ha ers
Lace Leather Packing all ki n, Safhing Clsu foir shafting and any~hing
Columbia Supply Co, - - - - Columbia, S, C.
HERE IT IS AGAIN=
Several 6 H. P. an'd one n5 H. P. Rebuilt
Engines and Boilers for sale or trade.
Also have several Gins and Presses on our
list of second-hand Machinery.
But don't think that it is all we have.
Just let us hear from you, and we will tell
you more about it.
W. 0. McKEOWN & SONS,
Cornwell, S. C.
"Machine Shops in the Pines."