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We want your account and '
ing easy and pleasant for you.
account with us, come and tel
see us anyhow.
In our Savings Department
rate of 4 per cent per annum
July and October.
W. R. Rabb, President.
T. W. Traylor, Vice-Preside
W. R. Rabb,
T. W. Traylor,
J. C. Buchanan,
D. V. Walker,
J. W. Hanahan,
R. Y. Turner,
S. C. Cathcart,
I have a few
I will trade for
I will buy you:
you will sell
Balsam of M;
D. A. CI
All parts and
See me before
isop Main St., COLU
We prepay expres
C. B. FRI
COTTON GINNERS Arh
Write for price
Babbit Couplings Gau
Hk Saws Oil anos Oet
LcLether Packing all kinds, Sha
else in mac
Columbia Supply Co. -
SBORO, S. C.
vill appreciate it and make your bank
If you have not already opened your
us why; if you have, then come and
interest is cheerfully allowed at the
payable quarterly, January, April,
J. M Jennings, Cashier.
at. Hugh S. Wylie, Teller.
F. R. McMeekin,
T. W. Ruff,
J. R. Curlee,
J. J. Robertson,
J. L. Mimnaugh,
J. M. Jennings.
New Buggies that
horses or mules.
r mule or horse, if
at summer time
cVrh Best Liniment Used
fixtures for these
iys in stock. No4
~s on the market.
i. W. DOTY.
:Dobson Shoe Co. (
MB [A, s. c., 1sop Main St.
s charges when money
(D MACHINERY OWNERS 9
s on the following
~es Lubricators Belt, Gundy
~ups Belt, Rubber Drill Press
Leather Ejectors Hammers f
'ting; Col'ar fr shafting and anything
- - - Columbia, S. C.
Bankers Are Awakening.' j
Banking has always been look
d upon as the most dignified i f
orm of business-an industry
vhich could sustain itself in theN
onfidence of the public only by
zeeping immaculate the hem of
Its skirts. It is due outirely to
)his ultra-conservatism that until
recently the bank has advertised
its many conveniences and advan
baes-or rather failed to do so
by card merely directing t h e'
public to its doors upon the same
principle as a community erects
sign posts along its highways.
This bleak announcement con
tained only a few lines, giving the
name of the bank officers a n d
directors, the capital, surplus and
amount of d-posits, with a cold
invitation to do business with the
These cards in their very nature
exhaled a clammy atmosphere.
They seemed almost to voice the
sentiment that the bank in asking
for the business of the public was
really doing it a favor.
But such a style of advertising
is now rapidly passing a w a y.
This metamorphosis in bank
advertising hag been the result
entirely of competition among
banks for additional business.
The banking business is v e r y
profitable, and like all remunera
tive business has attracted to it
self many people. But, that all
engaged in it may profit, it has
been necessary to break down
he old conservative barriers and
3rect new ones allowing a wider
The'newer banks were the first
,o break away from the former
3tandards of ultra-conservative
idvertising. The rapidity with
wvhich these younger institutions
.orge.d to the front in the amount
)f business secured, opened the
,yes of the older banks to the fact
:hat to retain their~ hold they
nust use the same advertising
And they are doing this. The
:hange is being wrought gradually
:ut surely. Only recently a
?ublicity organization was form
d consisting of officers from
ifferent banks througbout t h e
ountry the purpose of which is
io thoroughly study all methods
)f advertising which can pro
itably be used by banks.-Mail
WAS A VERY SICK BOY
3ut Cured by Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy..
"When my boy was two years old
1e had a very severe attack of bowel
-omplaint, but by the use of Chamber
an's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
semnedy we brought him out all right,"
ays Magaie Hickox, of Midland, Mich.
['his renmedy can be dlepended upon in:
he most severe cases. Even cholera
nfantumn is cured by it. Follow the
>laini printed directions and a cure is
ertain. For sale by Obear Drug Co.
~nd all medicime dealers.
An Episcopal minister was go
ng througzh the mountain district
>f North Carolina. He stopped
~t the door of a humble dwelling
~nd knocked. The door was
~pened by a yellow-faced woman.
~he nodded. (It is a peculiarity '
>f these mountain people not to
peak unless spoken to.)
"My good woman," sa'd then
lerggman, "can you tell me if I
here are any Episcopalians
~round here" .
"My son kills all them kind o'
rarmints;" she said, and their
kins is hangin' up on the back
>orch. You kin go out there and
'ee if yofi kin fin' one er them."
No one would buy a sailboat with
ails that could not be reefed. There
s always that possibility of a little too
nueh wind that makes a cautious man
.fraid to go unprovided. The thinking
nan, whose stomach sometim'es goes
tack on.himn, provides for his stomach
>y keeping a bottle of Kodol Fo- Dys
>epsia within reach. Korlol digests
vhat you eat and restorts the stomach
o the condition to properly perform
ts functions. sold by all druggists.
You and Your Town.
WLen you pull down the town
n wi ich is your home, you are
>ulling down y< urself, -an,d when
-ou build it up you build up
'ourself and your neighbor. Try
o banish from your mind the i
nistake n idea t hat a ll good things
,re away off in some other locality.
live your town all the praise it
an legitimately bear. It certain- -
y will do you no harm and will
ost you nothin~g; and above all
atronize i our home institutions.
acluding the printing olfice.-Ex.
hamberlain's Cough Remedy Acts on I:
Nature's Plan, d
The most successful medicines are
aose that aid nature. Chamberlain's c<
'ough Remedy acts on this plahn. Take b
,when you have a cold and it will
llay thbe cough, relieve the lung, aid
spectorationI, open the secrtionms and a
id nature ini restorinig the system to a fi
culthy conidi tioni. Thousands have
~stified to its sup rior excellen~ce. Itj
>unteracts any tendency of a cold to
~sult in pneumonia. Price, 25 eents.
arge size, 50 cents. For sale by Obear
rug Co. and all medicine dealers.
He (musingly)--Adam and Eve
st Paradise ,poor things!
She (raptaronsly,-IBut w e
und it, didn't we, darling?
odol Dyspepsia Oure~
Digests what you eat.
Pays to Advertise.
When the teacher was absent
rom the school-room Billy, the
nischievous boy of the class,
vrote on the blackboard, "Billy
rones can hug the girls better
han any boy in school.
Upon her return the teacher:
alled him up to her desk.
"William, did you write that?"
dhe asked, pointing to the black
"Yes, ma'am," said billy.
"Well, you may stay after
school," said she, "as punish
The other pupils waited for.
Billy to come out, and then they
began guying him.
"Got a lickin', didn't you?"
"Nope," said Billy.
"What did she do?" thcy asked.
"Shan't tel!," said Billy, "but
it pays to advertise."-Ladies'
A bath eleanses the skin and rids the
porcs of refuse. A bath iakes for bet
ter fellowship an(d citizenship. Not
nIly -hould the outside of the body be
Aleansed, but occasional usp of a laxn
Live or eathartic opens the bowels and
dlears the systen of efrete matter. Best
For this are DeWitt's Little Early
Risers. Pleasant little pills that do not I
gripe or sicken. Sold by all druggists.
A Fortunate Farmer.
A farmer in Missouri has been
arrested for swindling a lawyer.
It is not stated how he did it, but
other farmers would like to know.
variety at bargain prices
TINWARE == A specialty.
Can supply all y o u r
wants in this line.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Give me a call and see
what I can do for you in
TOILET SOAP==4 boxes at
only 15 cents, easily
worth 25 cents.
CANDY=Good Mixed Can=
dies at io and 20 cents
R. A. Buchanan.
I Wilson Gibbes
1412 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
South Carolina Agent
DENSMORE TYPE WRITER'-The
>est writing machine at any price.
ECHICAGO TYPEWRITFR-T h e
>est for the price-$35 and $50.
AL L MAKES-Rented, Exchanged,
3ought. Repairing on the premises by
RUBBER STAMP FACTORY
tamnps made every day on the prem
ses. Stencil Plates, Daters, Number
ng Machines, Check Punches of all
OFFICE SUPPLIES AND FUR
CITURE-Everythingr from a Pen
'oint to a Roll Top D~esk. Sectional
iling Cases, Bookcases and Card In
laxes a specialty, 10-18.
has been made in the
making of hardware
for fine dwellings.
Careful people are
using Corbin's Locks
and Trimmings. A
variety of design s
suitable in style and.
finish for s~n various
classes of architec
ture makes a selection
V. S. STEWART,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
UNDER TAK ING
WILL BE CONTINUED IN
tie future the same as in the past
2 the old establishment in all its
epartments with a full s'tock of
askets, Burial Cases and Coffins
:nstantly on hand, and use of
earse whcn requested.
Thankful for past patronage
od solicitous for a share in the
iture, in the old stand.
Calls attended to at all hours.
TH Elllui' GIN 20ElT
J. M.' ELLIOTT & CO.
Strong1. endur d The. rect gnized
st. Our~ raduates. :are in dtm iand.
r y and ut zht clase organized each
ek. Enter at once. Write for
(OLrmnrA S. C.
The tisic3 of t' e troat are
nflamed and irritated; you
:ough, and thcre is more irrita
:ion-ore coughing. You take'
i cough mixture and it cases the
rritation-for a while. You take
mnd it cures the cold. That's
what is necessary. It soothes the
throat because it reduces the
irritation; cures the cold because
it drives out the inflammation;
builds up the weakened tissues
because it nourishes them back
to their natural strength. That's
how Scott's Emulsion deals with
a sore throat, a cough, a cold,
WE'LL SEND YOU
A SAMPLE FREE.
01 V409 Pearl Areet
SCOTT & BW NE * o*
Dhoicest lup-to-date varieties grown
Carnatious, 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
Wreaths, Crosses, Anchors, &c., $3.00
Bouquets, Boxes or Bashets 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 HILL GREEN HOUSES,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
piiWe ship flowers everywhere.
are headquarters for
V Crimp and other
Galvanized or Painted.
Cider Mills, etc.
Write for priees and our full
Descriptive Catalogue of all
Mailed Free, on Request.
If you want to In=
(our/Dwelling and Furni=
Your Barn and Stock,
(our Store Building,
Prompt attenation ats well as p)rompt
Every farmer should
have a copy of our
It givesfbest-methods of seed
ingiandifull information about
Seed Oats, Rye
Barley, Seed Wheat
GraSSES and CloverS
Descriptive Fall Catalogue
mailed free, and prices
quoted on request.
T. W. Wood & Sons,
Seedsmen. - Richmond,'Va.
Our rdenar Ban S e he
Mt. Zion h1
Session of 1906-1907 Begins 1
at 9 A. N
Pupils are requested not to purchn
are furnished by their teachers.
In addition to the common school
Zion offers an execeptionally strong sec
paration for pupils intending to pursue
fessional careers. A strong corps of to
complete set of apparatus for instructi
high moral tone and health of the cumi
tions vffered by this school to .tuden
TUITION AND INCID]
High School Department............
Eighth Grade for other than English I
Outside of District in Common School
For further information apply to
or J. F
Conservatory of Music.
o Strong Faculty.
Full English Branches.
;Stenography and Typew
5 PARENTS, Ancient Languages, I
SEND Sewing and Cookin
: YOUR ADDRESS Modern Langual
FOR CATALOGUE. Expenses Moc
W. S. ]
THE PUBLIC G
DID YOU G
PAID as INTERES
for first six mor
Half as much, nea
2 per een
pays4 per cen
KEEP YOUR A
FIRST, where i1
Almost instantly, a
They also relieve e'
gia, Rheumatic P2
- Stomach ache, Agu
By' taking one or two
Pills when you feel a
You not only avoid suj
* ening influence of pain
nervous, irritable and
tablet on retiring or
This soothing influen
brings refreshing sleep
25 doses, 25 cents.
)n Monday, Sept. 17,
se books until correct lists
or elementary course, Mt.
ondary or high school pre
business, scientific or pro
,achers, well selected library,
,n in the sciences, and the
munity are among the attrac.
is hrom this 'and adjoining
.........$250 per month
Pranches.... 1.00 " "
Branches... 1.00 " "
Secretary Board Trustees.
iate- Institute. ,
YOUR CHILDREN. 3
atin and Greek. N
,es, French and German.
'ETERSON, President, 0
Orangeburg, S. C.
L OF IT!!!
AWNY OF IT?
T on Deposits
ths of 1906.
rly, as stock=
it per annum in
t per annum in
re it pays best.
Dr. Miles' -~1e
ad leave no bad effects.
rery other pain, Neural
in, Sciatica, Backache,
e Pains, Pains from in.
pains, Indigestion, Diz
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain
n attack coming oni.
Tering, but the weak-.
uspon the system. If
cannot sleep, take a
when you awaken.
ce upon the nerves
SJever sold in bulk.