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On Saturday, Septenibek ist, at their
me in Timmionsville, Mr. and Mrs.
L. Hallford lost their little son,
obert L., Jr.
Having been born February 23, 1906,
e was only seven months of age. The
Lmily being very closely attached to
iis precious little angel, found it hard
>part with one so young. The loss
f this dear interesting child is qnite a
bock to the family and community,
r every oue who came in contact with
im was attracted by his pretty inno
ent little face and could not keep
rom loving him. Like a flower, in its
iurity, he may justly be compared to
>ne that was nipped in the bud. He
,ore a sad and interesting face-so in
elligent looking and showed marks of
vorth and value in this world had he
"God gathers his own to Him."
"Them he loveth he chasteneth and
alls them horne.''
It is heartrending to part with onr
oved ones, but knowing they are given
to us for a short while, we can give
them up more freely. We are only
temporal beings. Death the only
enemy this little child possessed, hav
ing been conquered, he passed over the
river Jordan and is numbered among
In this bereavement we extend our
heartfelt sympathy to his parents.
May this separation not be always
through eternity and be the means of
oringing them in a closer relationship
with God. Grandmother.
OUR LITTLE DARLING:
God did not intend it for an act of
wrath or one of cruelty when he sent
his Death Argel into the home of Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Hallford and took away
our little darling on September 1, 1906.
Though so young, he was the joy and
comfort to our homes six months and
In the sad and lonely cemetery,
Where the green trees throw their
Over the lone and silent sleepers,
One more grave has just been made.
With the summer's lovely flowers,
Fixed and laid upon his breast,
A.nd the flowers all around him,
They haveaid him down to rest.
rhrough the lonely room auntie wan
Listening for the prattling tongue,
Watching. waiting for the laughter
Of that voice so pure and sweet.
But that little head so beaming,
Sunny head so fair and bright,
And his dimple hands so pearly,
All are hidden from our sight.
low auntie yearns to clasp and press
To her heart for one more kiss,
3ut that will never be, my darling,
Earth for her has no such bliss.
[ong may be my road and dreary
Before I meet my baby dear;
Jall for auntie some day, darling,
And be sure that she shall hear.
Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
3. P. Hoffman, died Friday, August
1, 1906, after suffering intensely with
>neumonia for six days. She was born
)ctober 28, 1905, being ten months and
bree days old.
Safe in the arms of Jesus,
Safe on his gentle breast,
There by his love o'ershaded,
Sweetly my soul shall rest.
Hark! 'tis the voice of angels,
Borne in a song to me,
Over the fields of glory,
Over the Jasper sea.
Safe in the arms of Jesus,
Safe from corroding care,
Safe from the world's temptations,
Sin cannot harm me there.1
Free from the blight of sorrow,
Free from my doubts and fears;
Only a few-more trials,
Only a few more tears.
Jesus, my heart's dear refuge,
Jesus has died for me;
Firm on the Rock of A ges
Ever my trust shall be.
Here let me wait with patience,
Wait till the night is o'er;
Wait till I see the morning
Break on the golden shore.
Blythewood, S. C., Sept. 6, 1905.
in from a Burn Promptly Relieved
Sby Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
A little child of Michael Strauss. of
ernon, Conn., was recently in great
urn from a burn on the hand, and as
1(d app'lications only increased the
flamma tioni, Mr. Strauss came to Mr.
mI:es N. Nicho'ls, a local merchant,
-somting to stop the pain. Mr.
.-hols sai~n: "I ad vised him to use
,imberlal~iun's Pain Balm, and the
a i ppli:inn'i d rew out the inflam
.tioni ned. gave immnediate relief. I
(V-Hnwn" i' verv oft' n for cuts, burns, i
rqi'ns antd I 'lele, and have never
mwn~' ii to *.li ; wint"' For sale by
hear Uruig (Co. and all nu dicine deal
Lady customer (in a china
lop)-"Do y ou br eak these sets?"'
>ealer-"No, miaibm; the servant
sually does that."
hamberlain's Cough Remedy Acts on
The most successful medicines are
iose that aid nature. .Chamberlain's
ough Remedy acts on this plan. Take
when you have a cold and it will!
llay the cough, relieve the lungs, aid
spectoration, open the secretions and1
id nature in restoring the system to al
elthy condition. Thousands have~
~stified to its superior excellence. It
>unteracts any tendency of a cold to
~sult ini pneumonia. Price, 25 cents.
arge size, .50 cents. For sale by Obear
rug Co. and all medicine dealers.
When you dispute with a fool
e is certain to be similarly
When twvo strong men come to
ows, even if they are well matched,
is not a pleasing sight, but if the man
ho gets the worst of it will use De
itt's Witch Haze~l Salve, he will look .
tter and feel bett'er in short order. Be
re you get DeWitt's. Good for every
ing a salve is used for, including
l. Sold by all A mucno,99
If a Cow gaVC
mankind would have to
invent milk. Milk Is Na
put in shape for diges
tion. Cod liver oil is ex
tremely nourishing, but
it has to be emulsified
before we can digest it.
combines the best oil
with the valuable hypo
phosphites so that it is
easy to digest and does
far more good than the
oil alone could. That
makes Scott's Emulsion
the most strengthening,
nourishing food - medi
cine in the world.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists
409-415 Pearl Street New York
50c. and $1.00. All druggists
Very few persons acquit them
selves'nobly in their first speech.
At a wedding feast recently the
bridegroom was called upon, as
usual, to respond to the given
toast, in spite of the fact that he
had previously pleaded to be ex
cased. Blushing to the roots of
his -hair, he rose to his feet. He
intended to imply that he was un- .
prepared speech-making ; but he
unfortunately plced his hand upon
the bride's shoulder, and looked
down upon her as he stammered
oat his opening and concluding
words: "This-er-thing has been
forced upon me."-Philadelphia
WAS A VERY SICK BOY
But Cured by Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"When my boy was two years old
he had a very severe attack of bowel
complaint, but by the use of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy we brought him out all right,"
says Maggie Hickox, of Midland, Mich.
This remedy can be depended upon in
the most severe cases. Even cholera
infantum is cured by it. Follow the
plain printed directions and a cure is
certain. For sale by Obear Drug Co.
and all medicine dealers.
First Child: 'My father,s got
so inuch money he dosen't know
how to spend it." Second Child:
"That nothing. My father's got so
much money that mother can't
Ask any "JAP" that you may see,
"Why the Czar, with Bear behind,"
had to climb a tree.
The Yanks, God bless the Yanks, says
They gave us Rocky Mountain Tea.
Jno. H. McMaster & Co.
Do what you consider right,
whatever people may think of it,
espite censure and praise.
It arouses energy, develops and stim
ilates nervous life, arouses tbe courage
>f youth. It makes you young again.
['hat's what Hollister's Rocky Moun
ain Tea will do. 35 cents, Tea or Tab
ets. Jno. H. McMaster & Co.
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Grasses and Clovers
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We will keep a full
and Records at lowest
that it is
it the size and sh,
-other tags are r
tags-yet there are n
chewed annually than
SCHNAPPS is made of only choice selections
leaf, and in factories as cc in as the cleanestkitchen,situ~
chewing tobacco growing cocntry, by men of life--lo
facturing, and who have dircted the R. J. Reynolds
SC-INAPPS has the pleasing, appetizing aroma s
the fondness for chewing. Expert i.esta prove that it
amount of sweetening ' arn any other kind-and has
and satisfying effect on chmwers.
Internal revenue ittatistics rchow that SCHNAP
Reynolds brands won enough chew ers in one fiscal yeas
of six and a quarter mill~or potide, or one-third of ti
consumption in the Unite.1 3. atec on chewing and smoal
Be sure the letters on the tag and under the i
S-C-H-N-A-P-P-S, and you will have the geni
. R. J. REYNOLDS TOSLACCO CO.
oicest up-to-d ate varieties grown ddieoty
arnaion, 75. t $1.0 pr doen.tain, and strictly
laoss, . to $.0 per dozen.
?ilies, $2.00 to $6.050 per dozen.D D
~hrysanthemums, $1.00 to $6.00 per
~iis 20 o.0prdozen.N E
Vreaths, Crosses, Anchors, &c., $3.00)
~ouquets, Boxes or Bask~ets of pretty
Mixed Flowers, $1.00 to $10.00..
e Wedding WorK a Specialty.
nly give us an idea what you want JA
price and we will please you. "Our little rdagg
SE HLL REE llUSE, in despair, when eO
COLUTMVlA, S. C. perfectly c ared ai
WWe ship flowers everywhere.
A. G. Quattlebaum,
Dcntist, UU TRIAI
win nasboro, s. c.RE
[lce same as occupied by the k te
B, J. Quattlebaumi. --_
J. D. McMEEKIN, -
WINNSRORO, S. C.
Office over M. W. Doty's st ore.
S. PXLY, M D.
Dffices: 4 L'-w Range. IlL
Hours: 10 to 3.
)ES for horses and Shoes~ for
ules at bargain prices at T. M. COU BAL
Agents for the
line of Machines
t records on hand.
The fact that SCHNAPPS
> widely imitated only proves
the best chew-the standard
)ther plugs are made to imitate
ipe and color of SCHNAPPS
iore pounds of SCHNAPPS
all other similr tobaccos.
of well matui-ed, thoroughly cured
ated in the very heart of the greatest
og experience in tobacco manu
Tobacco Company since 1875.
vhich created and popularized
-equires and takes a smaller
a wholesome, stimulating
PS and other of the
to make a net gain
Le entire increased
[rritation, relieve your Sore Throat
iur Chronic Cold, with the only cer
soientifle, Cure for Coughs and Colds:
most in Despair.
hter was given up by two physicians
iof the throat, and we were almost
ur druggist recommended Dr. King's
After taking four bottles she was
id has had no throat trouble since."
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