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onceeded to be the best Range on the
snarke. We are selling these through
out South Carolina. In addition to
-our personal Guarantee we issue and
present with each one sold a Guarantee
rom the manufacturers.
CASI OR CREDIT.
VICTOR, NO. 1.
N(OISELESS-WIIJ.. NEVR SAG.
Guarantced to iat 20 years.~ Made
.of the very- fintst steel. Will you
spend 25 cents per year for spring com
CASH OR CREDIT.
TH E PU~l
the northern r
quest an exam
stock of goods
it will be to yo
(GEO. R. L
Here is Your I
One 30 H. P.
All in- fine
WV. 0. McKEC(
- 6nty -Per
nt Down and I
n Per Cent
6-Pound Feather Pillow!
A RMOttR & CO.'S MAKE
Per Pair $2.00
CASH OR CREDIT.
rtubber tire. "Vorkflihip and firish
CASh OR CREDIT
"Catalogue for the asking."
COLUMBIA. -8 C
e=Way Rate -Evei
o October 31, 1906
'e yor tickets read over thi
nrkets, I re
ination of my
ef ore buying;
i interest to
wn Stationary En
WN & -SONS,
41 I1 S C .
A K C
Acme Kitchen Cabinet
The Largest, the Best and tie-Hand
iest Cabinet on the narket th-day.
Will-you not order one to-day? Needed
in evtr-y kitchen.
CAS'H oR CRE Ir.
16"t.. lon('. Well finished and. very$v
4stroig3 made. A Ieauty ni th price.
Send us an order-for one of thee. You
will be well ple$15d.
- ;-;;.-.. $12.
0 AS'- HO>R CFR F- M T.
-are headquarters for.
V Crimp anCd otl'e
Galvanized or Painted.
Cider Mils,~ etc.
Write for prices and our full
Descriptive Catalogue of all
Mailed Free, on Request.
Notce is hereby given that the un
erindwill apply to D. A. Broom'
1Judge of Probate for Fairfield County
on the 29th -daiy of October, . A. D
19G, at Ii o'clock A. M1., for a fina
d isebarge as Administratnix of t
estate of M. B. Rains, deceased.
MRS. AMAND)A F. RAINS,
S 9o.4.t Administratrix.
(est [ver seen i theI
!.M Il SAll SAI
When the bell rings at 2 o'clock
'Tuesday, October 23, you want to be
.in your seat at the race track. The
:best .races ever seen hcrdabouts will t
-start- Ahen at the Fair Grounds. The
Fair -stzrts on Monday. the 22nd, and
continues through the week to and in
ciuding Sm;.rday 27th. The whole Fair
.wxill. -e gcg1 this ..year., Better -than
e'-ar ~blefo'e In Ahe his-tory of the as
sociation. NBut thie races will be the
bright features of the week. They
start on Tuesday. 2.hrd, and continue
evc-ry dzy- at 2 o'elock on Wednes
day. Thursday and Friday. Four big
Some. of the best :known boyses
from the Grand Circuit will be in
'thcse races. The. vnile track is in per- s!
fect order and is being put In Jetter t
shape every day. Experts claim this
o be one of the very fastest tracks
- i the s'uth. The prettiest 'Home h;
Stretch" to be sccn anywhere. in. the U
0outh. Son . gdc- hi purse. You
-Xaint to ~be thcre. 't
Firz Livz Stock..
The Live Stock .exhibits will be
t;Le 1-?st t; .ear ever seen here.
'-here tr-. pienty of buyers on
ha~ui .1 .to gct your good stock.
' s the case at the South
: ,~.. pitate "air. If you want rto I
.i a -a pet stock ac.t .now as ove r.
.~irds~ of the available space has F
b gr ..:ed by exhinitors.
anq-e of.tie Fair this year will f
.ll be known as "Home
; -." Er South Carolin
:.- omar where ne is living 1
.:+ : advart'ge of the P
7 t. a-ui d o.:ne home. 'ou are
sti .to Wrio tI all ycur friends f
:1,i TU .eativs am' Z.fl t.hem about P
: .c . -eOne are :rairoad
.ra! es 'outh' c Ohio aJ L.East.cf MCi
S.ipri rivers. S 'en.their raTes to
Wounds,.Bruises and Burns
.By appiyig' aii antiseptic- dressing .
to wouncs; bruises, obul-ns andlike in!
uriti. before inflammation sets in, they a
nay be healed without maturation and
in about tine-third the time required by di
the old treatment. This isthe greatest is
disevery and triumph of-iuodern sur-) Is
gery. Chamberlain's Pain Balm acts i
on this principle. It is an antiseptic .
and when applied to such injuries, ch
Kauses them to heal Very quickly. It e
also.allays the pz.in and soreness and
prevets-any danger of blood poison- So
ing. Eseip a bottle of Pain Bam in Gi
pour bomne and it .will save you.time TI
2nd money, nof ~to mention the incon- lot
venienee and .sufferin' such injuries
mtai!. For sale by- Obear D)rug Co. ena
ad all medicine dea~Iers. .lot
- - 4.. .. - - a
The Missinig Word. ,i
rder, said ths -law 'courti. -h
Knowledge, said the schoo]
Tuth, said the wise 'man
PTeasur~e,. said the foo Pi
ove, sa.id thes. maiden,;
. Beauty, said the pag-;
Fredom, said the dreamer - *sd
Eorue.,. said thbe sage;la
Fame, said the soldier, e
Equity, said the seer-e
Spge, my heart full sadly: F
."he answer not here." - or
Thenrid~in my bosom "
Softl~this I heard, - . da
"Each~eart holds the secret, er
Kindness is the word." br
-Jphn .Boyle O'.Reilly."
- 2 ----- --ha
Cn you win? You realize that. to 50
win .in anything these ,days, requires an
stregth, with wind and bodyv in tune.: pa
A: an or woman 'with disordered di- ani
gestive ergans is notU in shhpe .for a
aay'work. or.a day's, play. . Now can oh
they expect to wi? Kodol TFor Dlys- in
ppsia eontains 'the digestive juieces of
a hcalthy stomach anid w.i11put you _
stomach in shape to peitfprmn its:impor
tant function of 'topplying ge 1ody
and brain with strength' buIlding blood.;
.)igests what yoi1 earlee Indires-1 .
tion. Dyspepsia, Sour Stomagh, Pa pi
tation of the Heart and Constipstion.
Sold by all druggists.a
Euormlous Values of Our Raii.vsy.
of iie United States represent
:property to the exteetLof $16,000
000,000, .or as much as.. the total-E
value of all.the property in the
enuntry' in 1860, the year o f
Licon's election. .Their ...i n
come, of over $2,000,000,000 a
year is very nearly four tinmes the
annual revenues of" ihe Uriited
States Government., Thre nuniber. .
of men-on their rolls is 1,500,000,
an army as great as tlie'combiried
forces that Oyama, and Lmnevitch
bad in Manchuria at the time of
the . peace of Portsmnouth. Any
thing which would hamper them
ii their legitimate activities would
deal a bard blow to a very im- '
portant industry in the country.
If an article is i:iiut ed, the orgi:wl 9
i slways best. Think it over, andl u
when. you go to buy that box of salv~e
tkparounfd the house,.get DeWitt'~ y
Witch Hazel Salve. It is the original
and the name is stamped on every box. C
Good for eezemia, tetter, bolis, cuts and b
bruise, and especially reconnuended'
fo piles. sold by all druggists.
"Pa" said little Willie, looking f
di p fi om his book, "what is a
"Well, my son," replied Willie's
pa"jus t at present there isn't a
single comatose State .in the
-IUnion; all hustling and pros-I
If you 'havelst yr 'uoyhood sp irits;
jcoul-rage and eofidence of youth, we
Ioffer you new life, fresh courage an~d
freedom from ill health im Hollister's
Rok ountain Tea-. 35 cents, Tea
.r ablts Jno. H. McMaster & Co. ]
Vho the leaders are in an'
owers seldom get in the
hinking, talking andtrad
iancing. Trading in land
.o you and to everybody el
Iace to cal when you wis
.higo aid do something.
rour hand much less your
No. 319--Largre brick s:ile and liverv
be in Chstetr, vater orks and elee
- igs. E * l'1It mule pens, box and
en !" -dii1" fct. and harness roomis, fine
and fr livery and trading, :s Chester
1a r country trade in adition to
ire:,.jairod The and rensures 140
v 1.55 fee and !hould Ie worth almost
c price a kd i'or the propertyG6000
,j(. G lo.ts in Chester: No. 2,
x1"; No. -1, i2.i5; No. 6, 72x125;
?o. S, 72x114; on Epw;ortli street.
ach .............................. 15
No. 693--Corncr lot- Mahi and Second
reets. Fort Lawn. S. C., 35x170, smAll
-eus on, good stand far store, two
irod, pd farming countryv.
rice .............................. 330
No. 6il--Two -son A- ade'ny and
ine streets, Chester; No. 1 froits 1.17
Cet 6 Acadeny street by 290 dcep (,n
ic street: No. 2 fronts 122 n Pine
:"eel hyw 0 dvep; both containlingr
8-10 acrei, lsnown as the MeLure
lae .......................... . 3,000
No. 635-Two A.-story brick stores,
-oting west on. Main street. Chester,
)puhition 7,00". Aciout 23 feet front
wch hv 100 feet deep Oil lot about 200
et deep to alley ................$9,000
No. 6SG-Several houses, 6 to 14 rooms
Ad one store on corner, lot about
5x40R, on Gadsden and Walnut
rls, Chester, bringinr- a renlt of abollUt
'3 ier 'ontli, ccctrie lhts, city wvater,
rn, flower "ardena ad oher ilo
enLts.Adj'eet to the Smnthern inil
'cv passenigoer and freiilt depots, join
g the C rolina & No;thwesersliie
Ad Spring ill property. Good
ati on for manufact::ring purposes,
eing-is, or store; to re-it. Loul- estab
hed general merchandise business. Th
the place to plant your c:pital for safe
,-estlent. Price ..............815,000
Will also sell stock of general merchan
;e, mounutilg to about $4,000, at 75
ts on the dollar.
o. 722-6 acres joining lands of
uthern Railway; M. Haffner, Ed.
aham and others, Chester, S. C.
is porper-ty can be cut into building
o 724 and -72-5-Two 7-room houses,'
t side of bSaludac street, Chlester, S. C.,
s 56x3'' ,Imodern sai:tary plumbing,
Inet mnt~nels, tiled hath room,
red ith - walI switches, city waterI
e under same arrang-ed for -hot water
lting, best neighborhood inl Chester,
N'o.. 7d6-Vacant lot cast side of L
ek strogt, ~Cester, S. C., 219x37S.
ICe ............ .,....--..$60
\o. 12-600 acres at L~ewis Tu'Irnout,
iool Ind church, 400 eultivated, 150 in
die, black soil, level, 6-roam dwelling,c
'e barn, fine pasture, 4 settlements, 4
11i 2 streams, near railroad. Per-1
o. -391-314%/ acres, 3 miles north of
rt Lawn, church and school, publie
c, 150' eultivated, 50 timber, sandy
, orchard, rolling, 2-story 7-room
lling, barn for S head, 100-acre wire ~
sture, 6 settlements, cotton house,
1, smoke hlouse, 2 wells, 4 springs and
meh. Would exchange for a farm
1r Rock Hill. Price ~.. ..10 per acre
o. 518-225 acres 3 miles of Lock
rts. Church and schlool 1 to 4 miles.
ultivated, 100 timber, orchard, hilly,
i 6-room log dwelling, barn 41 stalls,
sture, crib, cotton house, well, hraneni
i springs .........---..........$00
>o. 539-35 acres 1%~ miles of Chester,
urches and school, 30 cultivated, 3,
wood, elay 1.oam soil, 3-acre or
F YOUR PRO
nd correctly described wit
~ECAUSE WE H AVE NOT
eep driving. We are the 1
ot scary on spending mon
-All prices quoted subje
y the signature of .J. Edg
WILL Im CONTINUD IN
be future the sameO as ini the past
:the old establishmnent in all its~
epartets with a full sto ck of
~askets, Burial Cases and Cofllins
onstauly on hand, and use. of
earse when requested.
Thankful for past patronage
nd soieitous for a share in the
ture, in the old stand.
Calls attended to at all hours.
THE ELUTT [M 8RP.
J. M. ELLIOTT & CO.
A. G. Quattlebaum,
wNin nISboro, S. C.
O1ice same as occulied by the late
)r R J. Quattle-baum.
line of business when y
lead. This office has pu
ing in Real Estate. Just i
has caused this.
IOULD BE P1
se that our office is a lead
hi to buy, seI or exchange,
Questions alone will keep
paper or money unless you
ca:rd, rolling, S-room dwelling, barn
with 'i stalls, tenant house near dwelling,
poultry, wood and carriage house, well
and good spring. telephone line, ill under
fenc. all in good repair .........2,750
No. 5k3-673 acre;, 5 miles Catawha
Falls. Baseormvi!e and Fnrt La,
churches and school 1 to 2 miles, 200
acres in cultivation, --5 are, tnimber,
mulatto, black and sandy soln, small
orchard, 1ndulating and level, 50 acres
waste laul, G-room dwelling, 2 barns,-4
and S stalls, 100-acre pasture, 3 tenant
houses, 2 3-roem houses, edtton houses
and -ribs. Country remarkably healthy,
h elevation, 5 miles from the great
iectric p plant at Catawba Fails,
RLockv and PBeaver Dam creeks; some
good bottom land; wells and sprin -s;
income. Price per care ............$10
No. 5IS-100 to 125 aercs, G% aliles
C.heter, 'A mile Lewis. Church and
school % to 1 mile, lies well, sandy and
red soil, 2-room house, well ond two
.prings, 2-horse farm open, plenty of
wood. good pasture land, ? good
house sites .................$15 acre
No. 633-955 acres, 2!%. miles Fort
I .nn, church and school, 650 cultivated,
3 P0 timer, grey soil, orchard, level and
rlling, 6-room house, barn, 11 tenant
hmnses, creek. etc. Per acre ........$15
No. G70-2S4. acres, 6 miles of Corn
wells and Blackstock.'church and school
2 miles, 10) cultivatcd, 25 timber, sandy
mulatto soil. 3-acre orchtard, the finest in
the county,; rolling, G-room dwelling
barn,. 100-acre pasture, 3 settlements, 9
miles ;o.ih of Chester, 6 miles of it ma
rnd;a r:ad, creek, spring and good
w......................$12 per ere
No. 7S 9-:1 acres % ile of Chesnter,
.. 4;i'ed, diversilied, 2 settlements,
xarn; on public road binaCh - - and
well'............. .............5 -acre
No. 752-150 acres, 3 miles of Fort
.awn, church two miles, school 14 mile,
00 timber, oak, hick.ry, pine, diversi
ed, nearly all oritzinal timber of the
inest kind; creek and branch. Per
ere .............................. 12.50
No. 180-1,400 acres, Dunnovant place,
miles of Leeds, e-hrch 2 miles,
chool % mile, 150 cultivated, 1,000
cres timber, sandy soil, orchard, rolling,
-room dwelling, 1ood barn, 4 settle
ients, about 125 acres, river bottoms, 25
cres branch bottoms, well, river -nd
trean:s. Per acre .........3.00
No. 751-1.100 acres,,. Triplett liace,
milesi Leeds, church 2 miles, school %/
iile 200 acres cultivated, 700 timber,
arndle soil, rolling, 3 tenant houses.
nd ~stables, large amount of good
ottomn::, creek, streams and springs.. Per
No. 7S2-270 acres, McCollum place, 9
iies of Chester, church 1 mile, school %/ ~
ale. 75 acres cultivated, 100 timber.
ndy and black jack, level, 4-room
ouse, stream and sp)rings. Per acre $6.00
No. $18-100 acres 5 miles Leeds
bureh and school.2 miles, 30 cultivated,
5 timber, sandy soil, rolling, tenant
ouse and barn,' spring and branches.
'riec .................$.00 per acre
No. t810-67 acres 4 miles Lee:'s
hurh and school, 4 miles, 35 cultivated,
5 timber, sandy and black jack soil, roll
ig, good bottoms. Price. .86.00.per acre
No. 375-1%/ acre lot at Blythewood,!
00 population; church and school,
rme building 25x40, 2-story gin house,
our and grist mill, engine and boiler,
tra engine ................-$1,000
No. 735-1 lot on High street, Winns
oro, 160 feet front by 210 feet.
No. 7SS-4-acre block on Calhoun,
arden and Vanderhorst str~ets,
[1 a business price it will b
FOUND YOU A CUSTOR
oys who are out the labor
ey to do business.
:t to fluce.utionl. All prop
ir Poag before they are bin
Earth to Suit Yot
Then come here for
Everyting in the way
ou wish to transact. FolM
it thousands of people to
-otice how values are en
er in Real Estate and the
but you must say some
you poor. We can't take
offer it to us.
Winnsboro, two 2-room houses..... $1,150
No. 7S--1% -acre lot, Winnsboro $550
No. 790-9-room . brick dwelling
Main street. Winnsboro, on lot 65x210
feet, orchard, barn and outbuildings, gar
den ................,...... ..... 3,100
No. 864. 2-room house on lot 44x167
feet, Main or Congress street, Winns
boro, good site for warehouse, 25 yards
from depot,................ .. ...$25.......
No. 576-137 acres S miles Ridgeway
and e miles Blythewood, S. C., church
and school in sight, 70 cultivated, some
in timber, mixed soil, orchard, consider
a1e irprovements in buildings, streams,
well and springs, rents for 3,000 pounds
No. 593-21%Sy acres S miles of Winns
1,oro, % mile of White Oak; church and
School 1 mile. S7 cultivated, 40 timber, N
sandy loam soil, orchard, ro3lling, 7-room
dwelling, barn, pasture, 5 settlements,
two 2-room houses mid two 3-room
houses, cotton house, crib, well and meat
house. 2 gardens and -Bower garden, -
streams, spring and well. Desirable.
No. 730.-527 acres 2 miles of Winns
bhro, on Peay's Ferry road, school %/z
mile, 150 cultivated, 100 timber, gray soil,
hil, G-room house, barn, 350-acre pas-.
ture, 4 settlements, creek and -springs
No. 735-3% acres on the Monticello
road, just outside of Winnsboro, suitable
for building lots, bounded by the Winns
oro Park ........................S300
No. 736-,200 acres adjoining Winns
oro, fronting on Peay's Ferry road for.
one mile, diversified, 6-room .t-age,
large barn, 4 settlements,-en81lage pit,
dair,. ~..op,.ad cotton house, well,
branches and springs ............$7,000.
No. 737-171 acres 13 miles from:
innsboro, .church and school one mile,.
60 cultivated, 50 timber, gray soil, hilly,
?1-room cottage, barn, 50 acres bottoms,,S
settlements, spring and creek. -Price -.
No. 791-670 acres 7 miles Ridgeway,
!0 cultivated, 400 timber, level, 4-room
iousc, 165 acres virgin- timber, 220. acres
recond.growth pine, about milioa- feet of
umber. I-er acre ...............$12.50
No. 794--300 acres S miles of Winns
>oro. church and school 2 miles, 70 culti
ated, 100 timber, gray soil, diversified,.
i-room hous'e, basrn, 200 acres pasture, 2.
enant houses, 50 acres bottoms, wU
prings and creek, inedine 4J00.- .'.,.$0
No. 7.95--17S acres 9 miles Winns
oro, church and school 1 to 2 iles,
03 acrcs- timber, grayv soil, diversified,
-room house, barn, all fenced, sprmng, -7
,ranch and river,^ fine pasture, income
No. -796-425 acres 9' miles Wn', -
oro, ehurch and school 1 mile, ' 10%
ultivated, 200 timber, gray ioam soil,
evel and rolling, 200 acres pasture, .4
ettements, stables, good river bof
oms, spring, branches and river, -in
ome $450 .........-----.----.$8,400I
No. S44-140 acres 4 miles Ridgewav,
-hurh and schopi % to 1% miles, No
Lres cultivated, 40 timber, grey, gravel
oil, diversified, 6-room house, barn, cot
:on house, shop, tenant house, springs,
ailroad and R. F. D. through place. Per
re............----. ... -.-1000
No. 8.57. 142 acres 2 miles Longtown,
hurch and school 1 and 2 miles, AO
~ultivated, 25 timber, Ioam and red
;oil, hilly, 2 settlements, barn, spriD
Lnd creek.........- - ---- --
No. 858. 6500 acres S miles Winnsboro,
hurch and school 3 miles, 300 culti
ated, 100 timber, red soil, diversified,
[1 settlements -2 and 3 rooms, barn,
well and springs, good for cotton,
makes 125 bales per year........-...
Per acre........... ..--- -----------.... ... $12.00
a matched sooner or'later.
LER. Renew and let us
and the money, and are
ositions must be approved
ding on him or his office.
our building material.
of Building Material,