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marke&. We are - i. th u. -
.out - ( r'lina. l I ti 0"
-our per-nal (;:ranie w +.e and
present with e~ach (Ine - id a a
Iromn the nfalicture.
CASH OR CREiT.
VICTOR, NO. I.
OISELES-WILL NIZ7ER SG.
Guarantle'd to !8Y1t 2de:
of the verv in- I -
:Spend 25 cen- per .ye n
CASH OR CIZEDIT.
TO THEf PUB!
the northern r
quest an exam
stock of goods
it will be to yo
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WOOD MOWERS A
WVOODRU FF H1AY P
o g:OT ::NiNE
;i Down and
6=Paund Feather Pil ow:
Per Pair $2.00
CAsH OR CREDIT.
Rubber tire. Work n d i m fin h
CA.' SiO CREDIT
"CataZLg for the asking."
Mi ST. LOl
e=Way Rate Every
Fo October 31, 1906~
e you'r tickJets read over this li>
. Van Rensselae
e St., At
narkets, I re=
ination of my
ur interest to
le -. 19(
e& uI 1mber Co.
A K C
kcme Kitchen Cabinet
hle Lai gst, the I e.t annd the Hand
Cabinet on the market to-day.
I you not ortr one to-day? Needed
CASH OR CRE0rIr.
loe 11W i1h1ed and very
41o an orde for foo if ihme. YOU
Fresh Oysters and Fish
erery Friday and Satur
ura. Best Fresh Beer
at all times. Our stock
of groceries is comp~cte.
Hest F!cur, Hams, Cof
fee, Cat~ned G o o d s,
Pickes, etc. F r e s hi
Cheso and Macaroni
now iu. B3est Bran and
everthig for th'e stock,
including Stock Powders.
Speca5l attention called
to car Cig trs and To
baccs. Sati f acet io n
guiranted or mot~ey re
. G. TENNANT & Co.
byan i1.l thle US
etobed)r, A. I
6 at 11 o' Yck A. M., for a fnna
charde *as A\hiistrat rix of tln
a te f \M. B- ' 1 c( d '
MIRS. AMA NDA F. RAINS,
-26z .. dmisnistratrix.
S IMPROVE .CnOOL HOUSES.
Valuable Prizes for Rural Communities
All schools outside of town,
called rural schools for conven
ience, will be interested in the
announcement of the following
prizes which are being offered by:
the South Carolina Womiau's
stantial and mean -oniug.
Ftrfield ComI:tV has e(it
rural school. a sv. l of UO-:n
are entitled t r jI rz7. T1)
teachei s shnI I P ye i r
ehools trv for (;:e or umi,.re off
The S ut Ih Carol '1. W. .m's
Association for tlr unpr.ve:ent
of rural schoolS offrs '.II-p izps
of $100 each p n t)u e f;o)! ui
1. Impr ovement< must be m-ul
bot ween A pril T, ;.nd Novemihe r,
2. Piizes will be atwaided to
schools where the most decided
material improvtnments have bcn
made during the time mentioned.
3. Untier nmaterial improve
incuts are included: Local tax-!
ation, consolittio.U new bui l
ings, libraries, interior deco
ra7tionS, beautiful y:rds, and
Oiette s.,eneral <go11ipmnent.
4 No scloo)ls can compele for f
aviy of the.e prz.s uules2s it is a, r
rural shool. No town or city!
1it mowrj than a 500 population
[ball be egible )to the cout! st.
5. All h-> wi-h to enter 1he
eth.t must- :e1- IinUne and d'
scri tion of sehi5.ols, before ir!u
1i vemeu1ti ar m:de, to tule pres -
nient prior to October L-t.
All dk sci iptions. photographs,
:iAd otlir evid 11c showivg irn- j.
lrovc muit, inut be sent to the Ii
piesideut bt-fore Novemb-r 1st.
7. Pr-zes will be awarded in in
-heci sent by Dectmler 1st
The prizes are to be used for L,.
furtler improveients ia the I
scl i eceiving them. 1
Thn pre id.nt of the Woman's I
Associatirmt f'r the Improve
went of Rural Schoolis is Mi-s
Mary T. Nance, of Abbeville, S. I
The prizes will be awarded by
the executive committee of the n
South Carolina Womau's Asso I
Danger from the Plague.
There's grave danger from the o
plague of Coughs and Colds that T
are so prevalent, unless you take 1o
Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colde. 1e
Mrs. Geo. Walls, of Forest City, e
Me , writes: "It's a Godsend to
people living in climates where h
coughs and colds prevail. I find
it quickly ends them. It preventsj
Pcceumonia, cures LaGrippe, gives
wonderful relief in Asthma and
Hay Fever, and makes weak lungs
strong enough to ward off Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds. S
50e anid $1 00. Guaranteed by
Jno. H. McMaster & Co., drug- ;
gits. Trial bottle free.
If a man would know himuself '
thoroughly, he hasn't much time s<
to waste in trying to find out dp
things about his neighbor.
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remnedy--A Guar- e,
If you sufler from Dysyepsia or In- 5'
digestion in any form, gas, belehmng, .a
bitter taste, offensive bad breath, dizzy p
spells, sour stomach, hear t flutter, a:
nausea, gastritis, loathing of food, pains
or swelling in the stomach, back or side
deep.seated kidney or liver trouble, =
then they will disappear in a short
time after taking Tyner's Dyspepsia
Remedy, made especially to c u r e
Dyspepsia, Indigestion and all Stomach
Trouble even of the worst cases.
Tyner'% Dyspepsia Remedy expels the
gases and sweetens the breath. It
cures Sich Headache, Colic and Con
stipation at once. Druggists or by I1
express 50 cents a bottlIe. Money
refunded if it fails to cure. Derrick's
Drug Store, Lexington, S. C.K
Onions and whiskey form a
combination calculated to put al
most .any happy home out of'
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 ]ife
and vigor; cure sour stomach,
nausea, headache, dizziness and
colic, without griping or discom
fort. 25c. Guaranteed by Jno
E. McMaster & Co., druggists.
-People with real troubles never
Wound., Bruises and burns.
By applying an antiseptic dressing t
to ounds, bruises, burnis and like iii- 1
juris before~ inflamminationl sets in, they
may be healed without imaturationl and
in about one-third the time required by(
the old treatment. This is the greatest c
discovery and triumph of modern sur
gery. Ciamberlainl's Pairn B:clm acts
Oi this principle. It is an antiseptie
and wheni applied to such inijurie,
e mss~ them to heal very quickly. It
also allays the lein and sorenlesn
prevets any danger of blood pObiso
iig. Ieep a boll le of Pain Balim mn
vcur hiomei and it will save vou t ime
a 1 money, not to menltionl the icon
eltail. For sale by 0&-ar Drur to.
a id all ine LlicineC dele~r5.
This is bound to mak
[HE PRICE OF LAND. I
viere you have lost monc
)irt is the origin and foui
onic of the foundation, e
ng more valuable.
Al Prics Qu
No. 9--.arge brick sale and livery
ab)e in Chcsier. wVater vorks and clee
ic liihts. .Iewant nipuk' ps, box and
en stalls, feed and harness rooms, fine
:N( for livery and raimn, as Chester
s a lar;-: cuntry trade in addition to
ree rniiroads. The land ieasures 140
1.5 feet id .Ihould he worth almost
v prier ad.e(d f*r t:e property.-.6,000
No. 375---. lots in Chester: No. 2.
x213; No. ', 138x155; No. 6, 72x125;
0. S. -111; on Fpworth street.
No. 63- w 2-.story Irick stores,
-o::.In we" . on ain street. Chesier,
-pulation 7, . .\l ot 23 feet front
ch hy .0 fet deep on lot about 200
t! p t - 11C .................$9,000
No. M--e-:n:!house-s. 6 to 14 roomis
id 'ne si:r- 0:1 earner, lI about
x!3, on Gadsde. andi Walnut
r(ts, Che.-;cr, brinoinn-.nt of about
65 per o th, ele~trie lighits, city water,
irn, th:e -:,rde : d oiUer iiml)rove
ents. Adj:e t!) t hI Snmtern Rail
nyv ::., e:;.er and freight depots, join
L the CaIroli:n & Northwestern shaps
id Springrsiein NI*,l pr'opert. Good
ention for manfcturing purposes,
.clin.-, or sta:-r; to rent. Long estab
-ed general me:chandise husIness. This
the place to pm!;it your capital for safe
ehn n. Pric e ...............$515,000
Will also sell stock of general mner
vandise amounting to about $4000 at
i cents on the doll.r.
No. 671-Two lots on Academy and
ine streets, Chester; No. I fronts 147
et on Aeademy street by 2W deep Oi
Ie street; No. 2 fronts 12. on Pine
reet by 295 deep; both containing
S-10 acres, known as the MeLure
lce ...................... .000
No. 695-Corner lot Main and Second
reets, Fort Lawn, S. C., 35x170, small
rchouse, good stand for store, two
ilroads, good farming country.
rie ........................... . 350
Will also sell stock of general nierchait
SO. amouniing4 to about $4,000, at 75
:nts on the Qollar.
No. 722-6 acres joining lands of
>ui-hern- Railway; 31. Haffner, Ed.
rham and others, Chester, S. C.
his porperty can he cut into building
ts .... .......................P1,350
Nos. 724 and 7;5-Two 7-room houses,
st zide of Saluda street, Chester, S. C.,
ts 56x322, modern sanitary plumbing,
tinet mantels, tiled bath room,
ired with wvall switches, city water,
ie under same arranged for hot water
iting, best neiughborhiood in Chester,
No. 726-Vacant lot east side of
ork strcet, Chester, S. C,, 21Cx378.
No. 12-600 acres at Lewis Turnout,
hool and church, 400 cultivated, 150 in
mber, black soil, level, 6-room dwelling,
rge barn, fine pasture, 4 settlements, 4
ells, 2 streams, near railroad. Per
No. 391-314% acres, 3 miles north of
ort Lawn, church and school, public
ad,. 1.50 cultivated, .50 timber, sandy
1, orchard, rolling, 2-story v-room
elling, barn for 8 head, 100-acre wire
sture, 6 settlements, cotton house,
Ib, smoke house, 2 wells, 4 springs and
anch. Would exchange for a farm
a Rock Hill. Price ...$10 per acre
No. 518-225 acres 3 miles of Lock
irts. Church and school 1 to 4 miles.
)cultivated, 100 timber, orchard, hilly,
Id 6-room log dwelling, barn 4 stalls,
sture, crib, cotton house, well, branch
3uy and Sell, Sell
Our offerings are not<
ke chaff by the wind wh<
Ve don't only do business
eeing it or the buyer. W
ROPOSITIONS AND LIM~
our wants and offerings
rty to attract local buyer
All propositions must
bey are binding on him'
WILL BE CONTINUED IN
ie future the same as in ilc past
the old establishment in all its
epartments with a full stock ol
~askets, Burial Cases and Coffins
onstantly on hand, and use ol
earse when requested.
Tbankful for past patronage
.ndl solicitous for a share in the
uture, in the old stand.
Calls att. ndaea to at all hours.
J. M4. ELLIOTT & CO.
A. G. Quattlebauml,
wiTr*IS-ooro, S. C.
Omnee same as occup~ied by the lat
r. B J. ouattlebaumI.
e farming more attractive a
(eep an eye on the enhan,
y by loaning money INS]
idation of all business. TI
specially when it is gradual
oted Subject to F
No. 539-35 acres % miles of Chester.
churches and school. 30 cultivated, 3
in wood, clav loani soil, 3-acre or
chard, rolling. 8-room dwelling, barn
with 6 stalls, tenant house near dwelling,
poultry, wood and carriage house, well
and good spring, telephone line, all under
fence, all in good repair ........$2,750
No. 513-673 acres, 5 miles Catawba
Falls, Biscomville and Fort Lawn,
churches and school 1 to 2 miles, 200
acres in cultivation, 225 acres timber,
tiulatto, black and sandy soil, small
orchard, undulating and level, 50 acres
waste land, 6-room dwelling, 2 barns, 4
and S stalls, 100-acre pasture, 3 tenant
houses, 2 3-room houses, cotton houses
and crihs. Country remarkably healthy,
high elevation, 5 miles from the great
electric power plant at Catawba Falls,
Rocky and Beaver Dam creeks; some
good bottom land; wells and springs; $AO0
ineome. Price per acre............ ... .......$10
No. 518-100 to 125 acres, 6%. miles
Chester, % mile Lewis. Church and
school 1. to I mile, lies well, sandy and
red soil, 2-room house, weil and two
sprinvs, 2-horse farnm open, plenty of
vwood, good pasture land, 2 good
house sites ....................$15 acre
No. 633--955 acres, 2/2 miles Fort
Lawn, church and school, 650 cultivated,
300 timber, grey soil, orchard, level and
rolling, 6-room house, barn, 11 tenant
ho--scs, creek, etc. Per acre .........$15
No. 670-284 acres, 6 miles of Corn
wells snd Blackstock, church and 6chool
2 miles, 100 cultivated, 25 timber, sandy
mulatto soil, 3-acre orchard, the finest in
the county; rolling, 6-room dwelling,
barn, 100-acre Pasture, 3 settlements, 9.
miles south of Chester, 6 miles of it ma
cadam road, creek, spring and good
well ......................$12 per acre
No. 723-83 acres % mile of Chester,
all cultivated, diversified, 2 settlements,
barn; on public road, branch and
well ..........................$45 acre
No. 752-150 acres, 3 miles of Fort
Lawn, church two miles, school % mile,
100 timber, oak, hickory, pine, diversi
fied, nearly all original timber of the
finest kind; creek and branch. Per
No. 780-1,400 acres, Dunnovant place,
3 miles of Leeds, church 2 miles,
school % mile, .150 cultivated, 1,000
acres timber, sandy soil, orchard, rolling,
7-room dwelling, good barn, 4 settle
ments, about 125 acres, river bottoms, 25
acres branch bottoms, well, river and
streams. Per acre .................$3.00
No. 781-1,100 acres, Triplett place,
3 miles Leeds, church 2 miles, school %/
mile, 200 acres cultivated, -700 timber,
sandy soil, rolling, 3 tenant houses
and stables, large amount of good
bottoms, creek, streams an~ springs. Per
No. 782--270 acres, McCollum place, 9
miles of Chester, church 1 mile, school %/
mile, 75 acres r.'.vated, 100 timber,
sandy a'd 1 a-~k jnec1, le e!, 4-room
house, stre::m anid springs. Per acre $6.00
No. 818-100 acres 5 miles Leeds,
ehurch and school 2 miles, S0 cultivated,
25 timber, sandy soil, rolling, tenant
house and barn, spring and branches.
Price ..............--$4.00 per acre
No. 819-67 acres 4 raies Leeds,
church and school, 4 miles, 35 cultivated,
15 timber, sandy and black jack soil, roll
ig, good bottomns. Price..S$S.00 per acre
No. S75-1%/ acre lot at Blythewood,
100 population; church and school,
frame building 25x40, 2-story gin house,
flour and grs mill, engine and boiler,
No. 738-1 lot on High street, Winns
boro, 160 feet front by 310 feet.
Price .. . . ... . - . ,--------400
and Buy, if You W
ly placed before home real
~re REAL ESTATE seekers
at home, but sell land in y
hat we want is CORRECT D
ITS, and for you to say wh~
in print and put our up-to
3. With thanks for all favI
be approved by the signati
>r his offi:-e.
Earth to Suit Yot
COTTON GIINNERS ANI
Write for prices
Babbit Couplings Gaugi
Drills Gauge Cocks Oil Ct
H ack Saws Oil Cans Belt,]
Fittings Injectors Pip
Lace Leather Packing all kinds, Shaft
else in mach
Columbia Supply Go, -
I NymOLMBIA LUMBER 81
nd consequently ADVANCE
:ement of values and see
"EAD OF BUYING DIRT.
ierefore it is wise to own
ly advancing and becom
No. 7SS-4-acre block on Calhoun,
Garden and Vanderhorst stre-s,
Winnsboro, two 2-room houses.... $1,150
No. 79-1% '-acre lot, Winnsboro $550
No. 790-9-room brick dwelling
Main street, Winnsboro, on lot 65x210
feet, orchard, barn and outbuildings, gar
No. 576-137 acres 8 miles Ridgeway
and 7 miles Blythewood, S. C., church
and school in sight, 70 cultivated, some
in timber, mixed soil, orchard, consider
able improvements in buildings, streams,
well and springs, rents for 3,000 pounds
No. 593-218% acres 8 miles of Winns
boro, % mile of White Oak; church and
school % mile, 87 cultivated, 40 timber,
sandy loam soil, orchard, rolling, 7-room
dwelling, barn, pasture, 5 settlements,
two 2-room houses and two S-room
houses, cotton house, crib, well and meat
touse, 2 gardens and flower garden, 2
streams, spring and well. Desirable
No. 730.--527 acres 2 miles of Winns
boro, on Peay's Ferry road, school
mle, 150 cultivated, 100 timber, gray soil,
hilly, 6-room house, barn, 150-acre pas
ture, 4 settlements, creek and springs
No. 735-S% acres on the Monticello
road, just outside of Winnsboro, suitable
for building lots, bounded by the Winns
boro Park ........................$300
No. 736--900 acres adjoining Winns
boro, frontingon Peay's Ferry road for
one mile, divefnei 6-room cottage,
large barn, 4 settlenhrnts, ensilage pit,
dairy, shop - and cottoir: house, well,
branches and springs ..........$7,00
No. 737-171 acres 13 milesr
Winnsboro, church and school ona mile,
60 cultivated, 50 timber, gray soil, Mffly,
4-room cottage, barn, 50 acres bottoms, S
settlements, spring aad - creek. Price
No. 791-670 acres 7 miles Ridgeway,
40 cultivated, 400 timber, level, 4-room
house, 165 acres virgin timber, 920 acres
seond growth pine, about million feet of
lumber. Per acre .............. $12.50
No. 794-300 acres 8 miles of Winns
boro, church and school 2 miles, 70 culti
vated, 100 timber, gray soil, diversified,
6-room house, barn, 200 acres pasture, 2
tenant houses, 50 acres bottoms, well,
springs and creek, income $200... .$2,000
No. 795-178 acres 9 miles Winns
boro, church and school 1 to 2 miles,
100 acres timber, gray soil, diversified,
4-room house, barn, all fenced, spring,
branch and river, fine pasture, income
-No. 796-425 acres 9 miles Winns
boro, church and school 1 mile, 100
cultivated, 200 timber, gray loam soil,
level and rolling, 300 acres pasture, 4
settlements, stables, good river bot
toms, spring, branches and river, in
come $450 ..................$3,40
No. 844-149 acres 4 miles Ridgeway,
church' and, school % to 1%4 miles, 60
acres cultIated, 40 timber, grey, gravel
soil, diversified, 6-room* house, barn,,cot
ton house,:.shop, tenant house, sprmngs,
railroad andR. F. D. through place. Per
acre............ . .... 10.00
N.857. 142 acres 2 miles Longtownl,
church an'd school 1 and 2 miles, 40
cultivated, 25 timber, loam and red_
soil, hilly, 2 settlements, barn, sprilS
and creek..............--- ----
No. 858. 600 acres S miles Winnsboro,
church and school 3 miles 800 culti- -
vated. 100 timber, red soil, (ilversified,
11 settlements 2 and S rooms, barn,
well and springs, good for cotton,
mks125 bales per year...............
Ent to Make Money
ers, but they are scattered
far and wide can see them.
arious localities without
Lt youwllldo. Let us get
late boards on your prop
ire of J. Edgar Poag before
on the following
S Lubricators BetGu y
ips Belt, Rubber rlPes
ing; Collars for shafting adayhn
- - - Columbia, S. C.
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