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PLJ&JSHED WEEKLY __________________ _______ __
WINNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER io, 1906. ESTABLISHED i844~
*You wili come toc
tyyw what ab
have to off e
A. B. CATI
Are the Best. G<
n Fairfield county
prices that will sui
ou will never knoi
n saving of money
omplete and our s
ther. You can no
Bedroom Suites in gi
ressers from $6.50-to $3
make them go fast.
Iron Beds-=the larges
e greatest bargain in a
11allRacks at excepti
,ry thing for the man o
Rockers and Chairs i
mpting. There are son
From the very first xv
unty for high grade fur
id quality till now we c
id see how well you car
- "Learni the Ric
ad of oisrahergi
tures in any ol
human life c
land through a
ie. fuence mt.>
if you only ge
rgain we not mae sw
may not bear.
r you. notaturn.
~J the rich beaut
* by the a'ffall
____________________ his frame-b
N ~more in sou
of seeing befo
had harmed s
TS ones, and He
:Ts ~uffian, 'Itw
that he had n
S I it is suc
~t them here. tachls
to buy just the furnitur
t your purse
e in carload lots is some
v what it means to you
till you come and see o
tore is filled with barga
t afford to miss seeing ti
-eat variety and in prices rang
0.00. Asplendid assortment c
t stock of these carried in Fairi
n AHl=Felt Mattress at only $7..
onally low prices. Somelovel,
f the house. Splendid offerings
n the greatest assortment. 01
le lovely ones here. You can g
IFEETING OUR~ FURNIT
re started out to fully meet the
niture. Our stock has beeM cc
ain satisfy the demands of all.
tbe pleased here and how muec
1 Beauty of h-elping Nobod-y -D3dt Father. -
The following poem is floating aroun d
~lps a child Laeips unfortunately, no one - knows who
h a distinctnessd wrote~ tknowsm the money it takes -
atons which no To keep the home together;
sohuman crea.: Nobody knows of the debt it makes.
her stage of their Nobody knows-but father.
an possibly give Nobody's.told that thc boys need shoes
0 ~QS hs bessd *And girls hats with a feather;
pu hise besse t. Nobody else oldiolpthws must choose.
river s Nobody-only father.
hich that rie sNobody hears th'e coal and wold.
who puts mis in-. . And flour's out together.
de fountain where Nobody eibe mustimaketham good.
s out puts his j~i ..~Nobody-only fath~er.
vhere. -No larad it Nobody's hand's in the poe-ket goes
No cea i ma .4 ffen wondlering whether --
. lhoean i mayThere's'any end to the wants of those
eter. N o bark it Dependent-:.only fathei
No wheel it may aoed tiigswhyrethe rnoeyv i'l.
we got at things To pay the bil s that. gather; .
contraries,. Learn "oh"ih feels s"o "le nd g um;
y ofhelin~ chid Nobod -only father.
yes of h pimg a h oodv ries so hard to a
leso uttn Up' srmething for bad weather;
g a child even in And runs behid, do what'he inay,
urting him s till Nobody-onily father.
tand min.i. The NsobOdy conmes fr fm the world's eruel
e the Div'ne Master storm,
he sood here- -To -meet dear ones who ga th.:r.
he too thre inAround with loving weiemu:e wamn
; that He dreamed Nobody does-but father.V
re Him a man wbo Nooyknows of tehm iepi
>mo these listfe. Watched over by a mother.
said of any su h where rest and bliss are all secure, th
re better for him Nobody eaa--but f th~er. d
aver beefnborn.' when a horse is so overworkedl'
hi an awful thing to lies down andi in other ways declar
life, to aid a chil's its inability to go further, you wou
:iful."-P h i ll i p s considar it criminal to use force. Mtan'
a man of humane im puilas, who wouIld
not wiii;1y -harm a kitten, is guilty
of cruelt'r where his own stomiaeb is
ich more easily cured concerne~d. Overdriveni, overworked,
s are open. Kennedy's when what it needs is something thait
r and Ta~r opens the will digest the food eaten and help the
es the cold out of the stomach to recuperate. Somethmn
g or old. Sold by al! like Kodoi For Dyspepsia that is sold ar
by all druggsts. ---
)F I eco
'e needed for your hom
thing new hereabouts,
in variety to select from
ur offerings. Otir stoc
ins from one end to
ing from $15.00 to $100.00.
if Toilet Sets at prices that are
lield county. In Mattresses we
0. Has to be seen for its val
y hiIffoniers in quartered oak
in Extension Tables and Sidebo
ir offerings in Rockers are
et just the rocker or the chair
demands of the people .of Fair
~ntinuously increased in quai
All that is asked is that you
Ii money you can save.
P * Lowest Pric
FALL -80WING. G D 1
Every farmer should
-have-a copy of our
New Fall C~atalogue Weaeth
It givesibest methods of seed
ingiandifull information abont t e ph ?
CrinSon Clover -
Vetches, Alfalfaan sotep
Seed Oats, Rye? lae e
Barley, Seed Wheat
Grasses and CloverS I DY(O
Descriptive Fall Catalogue
mailed free, and prices
quoted on request. (II
T. WE Wood & Sons,
Seesme, Rihmn thea BAGes GO
OurTrdear Ban andSZ tso thGe p
bet n cenetquliis baia le as . Se.
~Notice to Creditors. WeV will say
11i per's~im h-n rtng cilims~:~ ne inst
e:..t:. of Katie I~opkinls (Icolord),
enaei, will llease presenit the samte
prly :attested I> tim un<1er-itgnvd -----__
l'Vt nouinoWr COTTON NLR
- ~ / - - 1~t~it Couplings
S I njectors
I ~. Lac LeaherPacking all kir
E COUNT. *
[D PRICES COUNT.
e goods and we have
r goods must be moved
ices have been put to
s before buying your
ING and TIES,
'e you money.
M. W. DOTY.
AND MACHINERY OWNERS
prices on the following
Gauzes 'Lubricators Belt, Gundy
Ou' C1ups Belt, Rubber Drill Pressi
Beli., Leather ~jectors Hammers
Pine Files Pulleys
da, Shafting; Collars for shafting and anything
in machinery supplies.
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