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BANK OF I
Organized and Began Bresi
Young, but very healthy and gr
here and grow with us.
If you have money to deposit, v
care of it for you. If you want tc
as well pleased to talk the matter ,
ourselves in readiness to extend e'
consistent with sound banking pri
We pay Interest on deposits in
. Cent per Annum.
W. R. RABB,
T. W. TRAYLOR,
You are in the market
we can save you money.
or write us.
Bagging and Ties. Burk
Rubber Belting B
Leather Belting S
Canvas Belting F
Gin Bristles C
Brush Twine a
LORICK & L(
in plain or fancy styles of va
*possible at their price. Aiwa
Swe are showing many exclusis
*College Cut Boots, Court Ti
*Ribbon Ties, Ties That Buntto
* While we are showing all
and $4.00, we have not negle
those who prefer them.
15091flain St., COLUIM:
S We prepay exi-ress charges w
* C. B. FRIPI
HFEY publish their gu
jman, no matter how "1
ticular," need hesitate to has
him. They make garments fc
as for the man who wants on
tastes can be satisfied by ther
Step in ad have a looE at th
ness February ist, i9a6.
)wing rapidly; bring your business
-e will be pleased to take proper
borrow money, we will be equally
>ver with you and always hold
ery accommodation and courtesy
ur Savings Department at 4 Per
J. M. JENNINGS,
HUGH S. WYLIE,
for the following items,
Call and get our prices,
p Cotton Picking Sheets
rictionless Babbit Metal
IA, S. C.
ues absolutely the highest
s ahead of our competitors,0
e designs in .Button Shoes,U
es, Auto Ties, Sailor Ties,*
the new novelties at $3.50g
eted the plainer styles for
BBSON SHOE 0O.
BIA, S. C. isogfnain st
hien money accompanies order.U
attiring yourself in hand
ne apparel made to your
r n individual measures
T he Greatest
in the World
- ___ POPUI.AR
-antee broadcast -so that no
ussy" or "faddish" or "par
-e them make his clothes for
r the swells of society as well
[y to be neatly dressed. -All
e labe meauures. ,
L T oN,
Thing4 to -orgets
[f you see a tall fellow ahead of a
. leader of men, marching fear
less and proud,
And you know of a tale whose
mere telling aloud
Would cause his proud head to in
anguish be bowed,
It's a pretty good plan to for
If you know of a skeleton hidden
In a closet, and guarded, and
kept from the day
In the dark; and whose showing,
whose sudden display,
Would cause grief and sorrow and
It's a pretty good plan to for
If you know of a thing that will
darken the joy
Of a man or a woman, a girl or a
Thaf will wipe out a smile or the
least way annoy
A fellow, or cause any gladness
It's a pretty good plan to for
get it. -Exchange.
Pain from a Burn Promptly Relieved
by Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
A little child of Michael Strauss. of
Vernon, Conn., was recently in great
pain from a burn on the hand, and as
cold applications only increased the
inflammation, Mr. Strauss came to Mr.
James N. Nichols, a local merchant,
for something to stop the pain. Mr.
Nichols says: "I advised him to use
Chaimberlain's Pain Balm, and the
first application drew out the inflam
mation and gave immediate relief. I
have used this liniment myself and
recommend it very often for cuts, burns,
strains and lame back, and have never
known it to disappoint." For sale by
Obear Drug Co. and all medicine deal
Don't Part With Your Lands.
The laud-owners of a nation
will rule it. There has been no
exception to this in the world's
history up to date. When the
peop!e of the South sell aud leave
their lands and huddle together
in large masses as employers and
operatives, their numbers may be
increased, but their quality will
be deteriorated. The man who
reads only the daily paper, and
talks only the small talk of the
passing hour, will never think
like Thomas Jefferson nor speak
like Patrick Henry. The life of
a farmer is especially favorable
to a noble manhood. Men living
thus on their own farms take time
to think. They also preserve
their individuality. The sharpen
ing process takes away just so
much of breadth. Too much
grindstone proves especially fatal
to thin material. The great
Americans have been in most in
stances country bred.
Hold on to your lands. Put
in some of your spare time in
improving them. There is no
fairer land on earth than this.
Don't go farther to fare worse.
Baltimore and Richmond Chris
hamberlan's Cough Remedy Acts on
The nmost successful medicines are
those that aid nature. Chamberlain's
2ough Remedy acts on this plan. Take
it when you have a cold and it will
llay the cough, relieve the lungs, aid
expectoration, open the secretions and
kid nature in restoring the system to a
iealthy condition. Thousands have
:estified to its superior excellence. It
-outeracts any tendency of a cold to
esult in pneumonia. Price, 2.5 cents.
[arge size, 530 cents. For sale by Obear
Drug Co. and all medicine dealeis.
The Doves In Venice.'
Venice is a queer city..
Many of the streets are only
~anals full of water.
One day w'hde I was wal1king,
omne little Lo s came up to us to
t ean to fe, d the doves with.
I took seme in my hand and
:d it cu to the birds and
'mbisdt of th~~ m came flying
.oet4 me to get it, :nd two of the
.,dsomest 1, ver saw flew up on
v land anid st-e the corn. You
2li' imagine '''a ttv it was.
WAS A VERY SICK BOY
Sut Cured by Chamneiertain's Colic,
Cholera r~nd Diarr~ .ea Remedy.
"When rmy boy. was t wo years old
ie had a v, ry severe atack of 1bowel ,
onplaint, but by the use* of Chamuber
ain's C:oli, C1~hlerniawl ikarrhoea
lemedy v we rouht hiyn out all rigl.t,"'
ays Maggie H ickux, of Midland, Mich.
'his remedy can be* depended upon in
ie most, severle cases. Even cholera
ufan mai i- caried by it. Follow the
,ain printed d1iritios :tnd a cure is
ertain. Fio'r sale by O)bear Drug Co.
md :l na diemt deniers.
Don't. Want To Hear These.
"Your frieni prides himself on
reing vary caind id."
"Yes. But a very candid friend
somnethin~g like an alarm clock.
You kicow Li aninonueeets
re fo y.r o, but von don,t1
le is m."-ashiirgton Star.
Ask any '"JAP" that y~ou mally see,
'Why the Cznr. wvih LiBrar behind,''
had to eiihnh a irce.
The Yanks, God bk~ss thie Yanks, says
Th gave us Rocky Motuntain Tea.
.Juo. H. McMaster & Co.
Music lessons for a gil make
nore noise, but cooking lessons
Irann the pace.
A tickling in the throat;
hoarseness at times; adeep
breath irritates it;-these
are features of a throat
cough. They're very de
ceptive and a cough mix
ture won't cure them.
You want something that
will heal the inflamed
membranes, enrich the
blood and tone up the
is just such a remedy.
It has wonderful healing
and nourishing power.
Removes the cause of
the cough and the whole
system is given new
strength and vigor
Send for free sample
SCOTT & BOWNE, chemiuts
409-415 Pearl Street, New rork
50c. and $1.oo. A! druggists
A Boon to Humanity.
Now, if the Mabelles, the Edy
thes, the Maymes and Kittyes
would only adopt spelling reform
it would be a boon to humanity.
Rock Hill Record.
If you want to In=
Your Dwelling and Furni
Your Barn and Stock,
Your Store Building,
W, H. PENKN
Promptattention as well as prompt
Glassware or Tinware,
come this way and I
will save you money.
Good bargains in
Cigars and Tobacco;
also in Toilet Soaps
Special atten t i o n
called to musical in
struments -- Accord
eons, Harps, etc.
R. A. Buchanan.
are headquarters for
V Crimp and other
Galvanized or Painted.
Cider Mills, etc.
Write for prices and our full
Descriptive Catalogue of all
Mailed Free, on Request.
Every farmer should
have a copy of our
New Fall Catalogue
It givesrbest methods of seed
-ingiand' full information about
Seed Oats, Rye
Barley, Seed Wheat
Grasses and Clovers
Descriptive Fail Catalogue
mailed free, and prices
quoted on request.
T.n W. Wood & Sons,
Seedsmen, - Richmond,''Va.
Onyrage-park BrandSeeds-re te
We are Distributii
We will keep a ft
and Records at low
Chew What You
.. Know What Yo
There is real pleasure in chewing
the best tobacco. grown-where the
best tobacco grows-in the famous
Only choice selections of this
well-matured and thoroughly cured
tobacco is used in making
and others of the Reynold's brands,
as shown by the Internal Revenue
statistics for a fiscal year, made the
wonderful growth of six and .cne
quarter million pounds, or a net
gain of one-third of the entire
increased consumption of chewing
and smoking tobaccos in the United
Evidently, chewers cannot resist
the flavor and they cheer SCHNAPPS
because SCHNAPPS' cheers them
more than any other chewing to
bacco, and every man that chews
SCHNAPPS passes the good thing
along-one chewer reakes other
chewers-until the fact is now es
tablished that there are many more
Sold at 50c. .per pound in 5c. Ca
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CC
Se eds. stop your
Choicest~ up-to-date varieties grown and drive
by us- taiD, and si
Carnations, 75c. to $1.00 per dozei.
Roses, $2.00 to $3.50 per do.zen
Lilies, $2.00 to $6.00 per d',zen.
Chrysanthemums, $1.00 to $&0O& per,
Wreaths, Crosses, Anchors, &c., .00oNE
1Rouquets, Boxes or Bas1:tsof pretty
N ixed Flow ers, $1.06 io .0(
Fine Wedding WorK a specialhy.
Only give us an idea wvha-, you want *'Ogy ltt
and price and we will pleas :.ou. I with eonsu
ll~U2ES, in despair,
R53EluL GRNew Diseol
conIoU'lI,-. e. - -GEO. A. I
A. G. Quat .lebaum, T
Winnsrbo~ -o, S. C.
--- JNO. H. Mc
()Tice samec as occ upiedl by the late
J. D. McM EEKiN,
W1NNSB ORO), S. C.
Offie over M. WV. Doy's store.
WINNS I.OO S. C.
Offices: 4 Law~v Range.
mules at barga~n pric s at T2. M. (,LJB
rig Agents for the
ill line of Machines
rid make selections.
test records on hand.
Know About and.
U Are ChgevWing
chewers and pounds of tobacco
chewed, to the population. in those
States where SCHNAPPS tobacco
was first sold than there are in the
States where SCHMAPPS has not
yet been offered to the trade.
SCHNAPPS is like a cup of fine
Java coffee, sweetened just enough
to bring out its natural, stimulating
qualities. SCHNAPPS pleases all
classes of chewers: the rich, be
cause they do not find a chew that
really pleases them better at any
price; the poor, because it is more
economical than the large 10c. or
15c. plugs and they get their mon
ey's worth of the real snappy, stim
ulating flavor so appreciated by to
bacco lovers. All imitations -con
tain much more sweetening than
SCHNAPPS. They are made that
way to hide poor tobacco improp
For the man who chews tobacco
for tobacco's sake, there is no chew
ts. Strictlv Ioc. and 15c. Plugs -~ -
IMPANY, WntonSalem, N. C.
Lung Irritation, relieve your Sore Throat
out your Chronic Cold, with the only cer'
ritly scientific, Cure for Coughs and Colds:
Almost in Despair.
e daughter was given up by two physicians
mption of the throat, and we were almost
rhen our druggist recommended Dr. King's
ery. After taking four bottles she was
ared and has had no throat trouble since."
3YLER, Cumberland, Nd.
Price, Soc and $x.oo
RIAL BOTTLES FREE W
MASTER & CO., McMASTER CO. and
OBEAR DRUG CO..
OEDEE BY MAII, FBOM
A LUMBER & MFG. CO., COWMBKASC