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here and grow with us.
If you have money to deposit,
care of it for you. If you want t
as well pleased to talk the matter
ourselves in readiness to extend e
consistent with sound banking pi
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. Burl
Rubber Belting I
-LORICK & L
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Anything but THlE BES
we hape started Qut and
Our stock fully replenisi
the most select goods.
box Candies and fresh Cl
This is the candy that p1
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COLUMBIA LUMBER & fA
DRO, S. C.
Iness February ist, 1906.
-owing rapidly; bring your business
we will be pleased to take proper
D borrow money, we will be equally
over with you and always hold
very accommodation and courtesy
our Savings Department at 4 Per
J. M. JENNINGS,
HUGH S. WYLIE,
for the following items,
Call and get our prices,
ap Cotton Picking Sheets
qrictionless Babbit Metal
IA, S. C.
attiring yourself in hand
mne apparel made to your
ar n individual measures
d special instructions by
in the World.
rantee broadcast so that no
ussy" or "faddish" or "par
e them make his clothes for
r the swells of sodevty as well
y to be neatly dres.sed-.a All
I beautiful INTERNATINA
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r, S. C,
T. That is the- jiotto
are goinjg to live up to.
ted all the whibe with
:Another shipmaent of
locolates in bu l ust in.
eases. GJive us a chat ice
Beautiful and InstrIttive
Al Tll SIAI fAIR
The state fair at Columbia this year
-October 22 to 27-will be more edu
cational than ever before. This, like
any other exposition, is a source of in
struction and a source of knowledge to
every one who goes there. The exhib
its this year will be of the highest
type. Nearly all of the floor space and
outdoor space available has already
been assigned and the exhibits include
nearly every kind of new contrivance.
There are new gas and steam engines
and labor saving devices, machinery
for farm and plant, automobiles, steam
plows, dairy utensils, mineral waters
and many other interesting and econ
The fair authorities were fortunate
enough to get in with a number of the
officers of other southern state fairs
and become part of a circuit. In this
way finer shows have been obtained
at the same rate heretofore charged.
This will make the midway one con
tinuous round of genuine fun. The
best' midway ever seen here. More
fun than ever. The railroad rates will
be cheaper than ever.
If you haven't written your friends
and relatives about South Carolina's
great home-coming week, do so right
now. Write them to come home.
Cheap rates on all interested rail
roads. One fare round trip. Colum
bia will give them as warm a welcome
as you will. Ten-day limit. Write
them all today and send their names
to Mr. A. W. Love, secretary, Colum
bia, S. C., so that he can write them,
results from chronic constipation,
which is quickly cured by Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They re
move all poisonous germs from
the system and infuse new life.
and vigor; cure sour stomach,
nausea, headache, dizziness and
colic, without griping or discom
fort. 25c. Guaranteed by Jno.
11. McMaster & Co., druggists.
Sorre Sound Sense.
We wish that every farmer in
this country would real and heen
the annexed article, which we have
copied from the Manning Sentinel
of last Wednesday. If t h i P
advice was literally followed. this
country would instantly become
the garden spot of the wold and
.listinguished for its prosperity
and wealth. Farme~rs, read and
pondler the~se suggestions:
"If each and, every cotton
grower in this fair Southl'and of
ours had a Farge erib full of corn,
a barn loaded with hay and fod
der, a smoke-house filled with
home-raised bacon ai~d country
hams, numerous cans of pure lard
a bin of good wheat, a fine milch
cow and plenty of chickens, he
could1 live like a king and hold
his cotton until doomsday; and
soon the trusts iiould send their
men out into the country begging
for the privilege of buying it at
any priee-10,15 or even 20 cents
a pound-and would haul it to
the depot in the bargain.
"If each and every cotton
grower in this fair Southland of
ours will hereafter devote one
half of their land, time, money
and efforts to raising these pro
duts and stock above mentioned,
they will succeed in bringing
about these happy conditions in
the naot far distant fnture. The
cotton acreage would be redueced
one-half, the price of cotton in
ereased one-half, and the farmer
adependeut of the whole world.
"We may be mistaken, but
'rotm ,our point of view this plan
-em very feasible one, and if
>roperty and persistently followed
vouldl come nearer holding the
otton naarkets to the top notch
hn would t stock company of
-ity nmiflion dollars."
A Young Mother at '70.
"My mother has suddenly beten
~made younsg at 70. T wenty years
of intense sufli-ring from dyspep
sia bad er,ti ely disabled hier,
lnt4 ai mon hr ago, when she
begaa Mgp Elec'ric Bitters,
~whih have completely enred her
land restored the strength and
activity she hiad in the p rime of
life," writes Mrs. W, L. Gilpatrick;
of Danforth, Me. Greatest restor
ative medicine on the globe. Sets
Stomach, Liver and Kidneys
right, purifies the blood, and cures
Malaria, Biliousness and Weak
nesses. Wonderful Nerve Tonic.
Price 50c. Guaranteed by Jno.
H. McMaster & Co., druggists.
Bringing Them To Life.
The i apers tell of a man in
ranal city who "was buried
ahv for several months," theni
eme to lif, and got married.
The story is probably a fable.
Or it may be a sort of parable a
weni they have in Kansas o f.
deribing a merchant who was
"buried alive," so to speak, in1
his store until he put an ad. in
the paper, and his business re
-vived, or came to life again. It<
')tten happens that way.-New
The season's first cold
nay be slight-may yield
to early treatment, but the
aext cold will hang on
onger; it will be more
roublesome, too. U n
aecessary to take chances
>n that second one. Scott's
Emulsion is a preventive
a.s well as a cure. Take
when colds abound and
you'll have no cold. Take it
when the cold is contracted
mnd it checks inflamma
tion, heals the membraneb
>f the throat and lungs
ind drives the cold out.
Send for free sampte.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists
409-415 Pearl Street, New Tork
'c. and $.00 - - All drgghts
A girl must either marry ordi
nary man or else remain a spin
ster for the pur'pose of cherishing
Nothing to Fear.
Mothers need have no hesitancy in
continuing to give Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. to their little ones, se
it contains absolutely nothing injuri.
ous. This remedy is not only perfectly
safe to give small children, but is a
medicine of great worth and merit. It
has a world wide reputatian for its
cures of coughs, colds and croup and
cen always be relied upon. For sale
by Obear Drug Co. and all medicine
It is an easy matter to pucker
up your face, but all the genuine
smiles and frowns come from the
An Awful Cough Cured.
'%Two years ago our little girl had a
touch of pneumonia, which left hez
with an awful cough. She had spells
)f coughing, Just like one with the
whooping cough and some thought she
would not get well at all. We gota
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
dy, which acted like a charm. She
stopped coughing and got stout- and
rat,' writes Mrs. Ora Bussard, Bru
baker, Ill. This remedy is for sale by
Dbear Drug Co. and all medicine deal
A man can make mistakes far
more easily- than he can make
Taxes wiHl be due and payable with
aut nealt.v from October 15 to Decem
ber'1, 1906. '
The taX lev~y for State purposes Is
5 mills, for ordinary county purposes
it mill, ,for school purposes 3 mills,
making a total levy of 121 mills on all
taxable property of the county. In
Bhool Distriets Nos. 1, 8, 9, 14, 18, 17,
18, 22, 25, 28, 30, 31 and 32 there is a
vecial levy of 2 mills for school pur
poss, ma'king a total levy of 14j mills
in those school districts and a special
levy of one mill- in School -Districts
Nos. 11 and 19, making a total levy of
131 mills in those school districts.
There Is also a tax of one dollar on
each male citizen between the ages of
twenty-one and sixty years old, except
those who are disabled or made exempt
During the month of January, 1907,
a penalty of. one per cent will be
eargeon alL unpaid taxes, and dur
ng -eiur an additional one per
cent will becharged on all unpaid
taxes, and from March 1st to 15th an
sddiional five per cent will be charged
on all unpaid, taxes.
Taxes are ~ yable in the following
kinds of fun~ and no other: Gold and
ilver coiln, United States currency,
national banik notes and coupons which
shall become .due and payable during
the year 1906-on the consolidated bonds
known as ''Brown"1 bonds and the
bonds of the State known as "Blue"
bonds, aind any other State bonds
which may be issued by authority of
en Act of the General Assembly, the
coupons of which are by such Act
made receivable for taxes.
A. LEE SCRUGGS,
9-12tf Treasurer Fairfield County.
You Build Your
The right selections
of Hardware Trim
mings add greatly to
the 'attractiveness of
a hcme. Let us show
you the latest designs
in P. & F. Carbin's
W. S. STEWART,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Money to Loan.
I have made arrangements to nego
iate leans on first mortgage of real
state in this county in sums of not
ess than $300 and payable ini not less
han five years. The rate of interest
eight per cent on sums under $1,000
ind even per cent on sum -of that
.mount or over. No commnissions are
haged. The borrower pays for ab
tract and expenses.
J. E. McDONA LD,
919 6m Atitorney.
for a fis
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2. e n--<2 ,cue
Choicest up-to-date varieties grown
CarnationsA75c. 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, Croases, Anchors, &e., $3.00
)louquets, Boxes or Basketsof pretty
MixedLFlowers, $1.00 to $10.00.
Fine Wedding WorK :a Specialty.
Only give us a idea what you want
and price and we~ will please you.
COLUMiIIA, S. C.
WWe ship flowers everywhere.
If you wanit to In
Your.Dwelling and Furni
Your Barn and Stock,
Your Store Building,
Promptattention as well as prompt
3. Wilson Gibbes
1412 MaIn St., Columbia, 8. C.
outh Carolina Agent
best writing machine at any price.
ECHICAGO TYPEWRITFR-T h e
best for the price-$3 and $50.
ALL MAKES-Rented, Exchanged!.
Bought. Repairing on the premsatf
an ex pert.
RUBBER STAMP FACTORLY
Stamps made every day on the premn
Ises. Stencil Plates, Daters, Number
ng Machines, Check Punches of all
OFFICE SU.PPLIES AND FUR-.
MITURE-Everythin g from a Pen*
oint to a .Boll Top es.~Sectional:
iling Cases, Bookcases and Card In
dxes a specialty, 10-18
J. D. McMEEKIN,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Office over M. W. Doty's store.
. S. PIXLEY, M. D.
WINNSBORO, S. c.
Offices: 4 Law Range.
Hours: 10 to 3.
bleastl'e i heWgi the 'est iobaco6 g
best tobacco grows--in the famous Pied=
AT YOU KNOY
:e sectons of this '7enl matured and th
urcd tobacco i : used ir. .akng SCHNAP
,hy SCHNAPPS and )ther of the Reynol
as shown by the Inter -al Re;'enue statist
cal year, made the wo 2derful Lowth of s:
icute- -ion pou ids, or a .ct gain of
,ird cf tic cntire incre tscd consumption
cwizg and smcking tcbac:os in the
ed State!. '
ridently, chewers cannot resist the
vor and they cheer SCHNAPPS be
ase SCHNAPPS cheers them more
in any other chewing tobacco and
ry man that chews SCHNAPPS passes the
d thing alonZ-one chewer makes other chew
-until the fact is now established that there
many more: chewer3 and pounds of tobacco
red, to the population, in those States where
NAPPS tobacco was first sold than there are in
tates where SCHNAPPS has not yet been offered
WHAT YOU ARE
APPS is like a cup of fine Java -offee, sweetenm
ough to bring cut its natural, stimulating qualitie
APPS pleases all classes of chewers: the rich, b
icy do not-find a chew thatreall.pleasesthembet
rice; the poor, because it is !o'. economical tb
r 10c. or 15c. plugs and they gct their mc'ney's w<
t snappy, stimulating flavor so 6ppreciated by tob:
11 imitations contain muc& more sweetening
S. They are made that wa1 to bide poor tobac
n who chews tobacco for tobacco's sake, there i:
. per pound in 5c. cuts. ' Strictly 10c. and 15c. ph
OLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Wbsto-SalU,
stop your Lung Irritation, reli
and drive out your Chronic Co
tan, and strictly eientifle, Cure
Almost in De
-"Our little daughter was givei
-with consumption of the throa1
In despair, when our druggist re
New Discovery. After taking
-perfectly cured and has had no.
--GEO. A. EYLER, Cumberland,
Price, 5oc and~
- 'lRIAL BOTTUJ
JNO. Ii. McMASTER & CO.,
Oct, 22 to i
Finest ProgFamme E
Races Every Day-(
South Carolinians fra
be at the Fair for "H ome
- Cheapest Railroad R
ONE FARE R(
Get Ready an
CALL SPECIAL ATT
Tyson & Jones
All bought in large quantit
-t rdnse prices.
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,an ytw hsiin
fv our otte hrwas
d thrth oly sice."
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id ith th nl.er