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PUBLISHED WEEKLY WINNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 'ig, 190(.ETBIHDi4
FIRST 1000 BALES COTTON
SPECIAL RATES will be made
to parties storing cotton with us,
until the aggregate reaches
ORE TI0USDAN BALES
Money will! be loaned on this
cotton at 7 per cent per annum,
The Winnsboro .Bank.
Want 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
Ru~I~amof Bes Liniment Used1
Balsam of Myrrh GUARANTEED.
D. A. CRAWFORD.
Open Buggies = = = - - $35.00
Top Buggies = = = = =- =- $41.00
We have a carload of them at these prices,
but going fast.
OREGORY=CONDER MULE CO.,
117 Plain Street. COLUMBIA, S. C.
SWomen' s Shoes:i
in plain or fancy styles of values absolutely the highest
possible at their price. Always ahead of our competitors,S
wee showin many excusive designs inButn ai oTes,U
* Ribbon Ties, Tie s That Button.
* While we are showing all the new novelties at $3.50
*and $4.00, we have not neglected the plainer styles for
those who prefer them.
ITHE GALLAHAN-OBSON SHOE (JO.
150,faii St., coLUMB1A, s. 0. Jeoe nain st.
We prepay expre ss carte hein rmoney accompanies orde~r,
* C. B. FRIPP, Manager.
'Down to Date.
WOOD MOWERS AND RAKES.
WOODRUFF HAY PRESSES.
GASOLI NE ENGINES.
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LIME, CEMENT.
BUILDING MATERIAL, all kinds.
Can fill your bili s, large or small.
5 BUCKEYE MOWERS $36.50 to close out.
Secure at one before they go.
Chester Machine & Lumber Co.
The following teachers have
left and will take charge of their
Miss Lois Chappell opened the
Long Run school last Monday.
Miss Mayde Chappell w i 11
teach in Darlington county the
same as last year.
Miss Eunita Ruff left last Sat
urday to take charge of her school
in Richland county.
Miss Sallie Hayne McMeekin
has commenced her school in one
of the low counties.
Misses Sadie Curry and Stella
Ruff will leave to take charge o f
their school later.
Miss Willlie V. Stevenson of
Stevenson will teach the school
The following pupils will at
tend the different school: Miss
Leila McEachern the new Colum
bia school; Miss Anna Belle
Glenn the graded school in Union.
Miss Lilla May Foster o f
Greenville, who used to live with
Mrs. F. H. McEachern spent a
days with her last week.
Misses Ruby and Claude Rags
dale spent several days with rela
tives, returning to their home at
Blair's last week.
Miss Susie Yarborough left last
Saturday to resume her duties as
teacher in the graded school at
Mrs. 1. 1. Yarborough a n d
children are visiting Mrs. J. B.
Hughey, of Greenwood,
Miss Sara Lou Wallace will
spent the winter in Columbia
Mr. W. T. Yarborough o f
Columbia paid this community a
visit to relatives last week.
Mrs. J. W. Wallace has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. A. L.
idergggs, of Winnsboro.
Miss Map prry is a student
of Newberry Coilege this session.
Mrs. M. A. Chappell and her
daughter, Miss Nannie, visited
Atlanta last week.
Mrs. J. H. Yarborough and
three children of Fort Lawn have
been down gn a visit to h e r
The young people had an icp
cream party at Jenkinsville on
last Thursday evening. Every
thing was free in this, the boys
furnishing the ice and the young
ladies the custard. Y.
Sept. 14, 1906.
Starving to Deatf
Because her stomach was so
weakened by useless drugging that
she could not eat, Mrs. Mary U.
Walters, of St. Clair St., Colum
bus, 0., was literally starving to
eath. She writes: "My stomach
was so weak from useless~ drugs
that I could not eat, and gpy
nerves so wrecked that I coolW
not sleep; mnd not before I was
given up to die was I induced to
try Electric Bitters, with the
wonderful result that improve
rent followed." Best health
onic on earth. 50e. Guaranteed
by Jno. H. McMaster di Co.,
Text Books for Public schools.
The public schools this season
will use the new adoption of text
books. The provisions of this
new adoption are that all dealers
must sell at the price printed on
the book. The exchange prices
only apply when corresponding
old books, contamning all t h e
leaves, are offered in exchange.
No one would buy a sailboat with
sails that could not be reefed. There
is always that possibility of a _little too
much wvind that makes a cautious man
afraid to go unprovided. The thinking
man, whose stomach sonietimies goes
back on him, provides for his stomach
by keeping a bottle of Kodol For Dys
pepsia within reach. Kodol digests
what you eat and restores the stomach
to the conditionl to properly perform
its functions. Sold by all druggists.
Chester County Determined to have
It will be seen from an official
notice that the various sections of
the county are called upon for;
propositions looking to the ma
cadamzing of roads, and the best
offer will get the first road, as is
fitting and right. We learn tirat
people along the York road are al -
ready moving for the roadls out to
the county line, seven miles from|
the city limits. They are sub
scribing by 850 and 8100 per mile
and some will do bet ter than that
This permaneit road making is
the work or the county that
eclipses all others in importance
When you have a cold it is well to
b very careful about using anything
1that will cause constipation. Be par
Iticularly careful about preparations
.cntaing opiates. Use Kennedy's
Laxative Honey and Tar, wvhich stops
the cough and moves the bowels. Sold
by all druggists.
White Oak Notes.
Our teachers and students have
all returned to their respective
-hools and college. Mr. H. C.
Teaylor to N. C., State University,
Dr. Lexie Patrick to the Van
derbilt University, Nashville.
The White Oak school opened
for this session on Mondoy last.
Miss Jeanette Patrick is - t h e
Our efficent and popular agent,
J. D. Turner, at this place has
been removed from here and
given an office in Aiken, h i s
home county. C. W. Mobley
Miss Emma Wilson has been
visiting her uncle, Mr. Johnson,
Miss Jerusha Mitchell of Rock
Hill is visiting relatives a n d
Miss Daisy Crowder of Salem
has returned hot4e after a several
day's visit at' White Oak, the
bome of her aunt, Mrs. T. W.
Mrs. Brown White of Chester
is visiting the family of Mr. T. G.
Mr. C. W. Mobley is having
is new house painted.
Mr. T. G. Patrick has j ust
bad his beautiful home painted.
[t was done by his sons, Bruce
md Matthew, after their return
ome from college this summer.
Our merchants here are re
eiving daily thei all and winter
stock of goods. Mr. 9. H. and
A[r. S. M Pa 'i are the sale
nen for T. G. ck & Co., and
Miss Cecilia Rh. es is w i t h
. . Mobley & Co.
Capt. R. H. Goza of Norway
as here yesterday. He came
2p to look after his farm. His
nany friends her are glad to see
2im looking so well.
Miss Fanie DeWitt of Winns.
3oro is spending some time with
iq sister, Mrq. T. H. Patrick.
Your corrspondent is just back
rom a short visit to friends in
hester County. N.
The Breath of Life.
it's a significant fact that the
tropgest animal of its size, the
orilla, also has the l4rgest lungs.
Powerful lungs means powerful
reatures. How to keep the
reathing organs right should be
nan's chiefest study. Like thous
mds of others; Mrs. Ora A.
tephens, of Port Williams, 0.,
as learned how to do this. She
vrites: "Three bottles of Dr.
Eing's New Discovery stopped
ny cough of two years and cured
ye of what my friends thought
~onsumption. Q, it's grapd'for
broat and lung troubles." Guar
mteed by Jno. H. McMaster &~
3., druggists. Price 50c and
$.00. Tial bottle free,
A most enjoyable occasion and
>ne that showed the goodness of
Sod was the reunion a few days
ago of the family of Mrs, M. .4,
Ieislter,' aged 8-4 years, at her
bome at Huntersville, N. C. She
aas four sons and four danghters'
36 grandchildren and 21 great
gandehildren, the most of whom
were. present at this happy gath
ring. There were more than
100 relatives present in all, Mrs.
Keistler is the mother of Mr.
L W. Keistler at Mitford.
In these days of rush and hurry
outesy is often forgotten. In the
Kned, pell wrell rush of our life little
things are (lone to offend that we rath-,
r remained undoae. A hastily eaten
neal and its resultant headache may
cause us social or financial loss. The
wise man or woman is the one who re
lieves little ills of this sort by a little
ose of Kodol For Dyspepsia. It di-.
ests what you eat and puts your stom
ich back into shape. Sold by all drug
A peep in to the heavens
through a modern telescope is a
peep in to the very depth of mys
tery. With such an instrnment
one may gaze upon 100,000,000
stars, each of them a burnmag,
bazing suu. From what little we
know of creation we cannot but
believe th'at each of those suns is
giving light and heat to a train
of planets, just in the same man
ner that our sun gives light aud
life to his little ilock of worlds.
Beyond thes 100,000,000 suas
there may be hundreds of millions.
Thus they may contiue "system
after system and world without
"To Cure a Felon,"
says Sam Kendali, of Phillips
burg, Kan., "ju-t cover it over
with Buckleu's Arnica Salve and
the Salve will do the rest." Quick.
est cure for Burns, Boils, Sores
Scalds, Wounds, Piles, Eczema
Salt Rheum, Chapped Hands
Sore Feet andl Sore Eyes. Onoj
25c at Jno. H. Mc~Iaster & Co.'s
T ar bec
Barbed Wire i
Full lot now in stock
lowest price. Buy now
advantage of low price!
The Best Wagon on i
sell. If you don't belie,
have used them the lor
us show you their stro
too, that the best place
Buggy Bargain is righi
None better than Osb
test. All parts always
A Carload of Flour==1
-=to arrive this week.
who buy here.
Barbed Wire ~ B
Try us on you
of Shoes and 1
r we do just wb
-carry in stock
scn e r bar
- in Footwear.
When in th~e
inspect our stoc
pleasure in shmn
-ci Farmers' Wo
HARMAN'S SHOE S
COLUMBIA, S. C.
1725 Main Street. Post<
md Wire Nails
and will be sold at the
while you can get the
:he market is the Bird=
ve it, just ask those who
igest, or con*. and let
ng points. Remember,
in all Fairfield for a
orne' s. They stand the
irst and Second Patent
M~oney saved to those
r CA RT. Rks
LesJ, Wilson Qibbes
1412 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
r next pair or bill
ae onvincedt South Carolina Agent
allth ne TesDENSMORE TYPEWRITER-The
allthenewToe Ibest writing machmne at any price.
Just now we have GIAOTPWIF
~ans tofeyubest for the price--$35 and $50.
A LL MAKES-Rented, Exchanged,
city call in and Bought. Repairing on the premises by
. We will takeian expert
~i~ ouou ln- RUBBER STAMP FACTORY
k Sbsp in. ste tnci Plaes, Daters, umer
Machines, Check Punches of all
TOR E. OFFICE SUPPLIES AND FUR
~N1TURE-Everting from a Pen
IPoint to a Roll Top Dek. Sectional
fficeRlnck 25cases, Boekases and Cad In