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PUBLISHTi-D WEEKLY WINNSBOR09 S. C.WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1906.
DRZ. G3ILL WYLIE'S rIALARZIA
Treatment a Sure Cure for Chronic
A few days ago, while at Great
Falls, we noticed posted in many
conspicuous places the treatment
below for chronic malaria.
Working in the summer along the
river in a section partially mala
rial, it was natur&lly expected
that this treacherous disease
'would lay hold on the workmen.
So the president of the Southern
Power Company, Dr. Gill Wylie,
the eminent surgeon of New York,
took great precaution against
malaria among the workmen by
posting everywhere his treatment
- of the disease. The very fact
that it bears his signature makes
it well worth trial on the part of
any one suffering from malaria in
1 any form.
DIRECTIONS FOR TREATING CHRONIC
Take four 1-10 grs of calomel
after dinner at night, and the
next morning a saline laxative, a
seidlitz powder or mineral water
sufficient to give one free move
ment of the bowels a day. After
each meal take three of the 3 gr..
capsules, or two of the 5 gr. cap
sules of quinine with the juice of
a half of a lemon in a half glass
of water, so as to insure its
absorption, making 27 to 30 grs.
a day. In large strong people
the amoynt of the quinine can.be
increased up to 40 grs. a day in
stead of 30 grs. Keep t h is
calomel and quinine up for four
consecutive days in the above
quantities. If during the four
days the quinine makes your
head buzz or disturbs you ex
cessively, take 20 grs. of bromide
of potash in a half glass of water
in the afternoon or evening.
After taking 27 or 30 grs. a
day for four days, then take 3-grs.
three times a day, or one capsule
after each meal for four days
After this a tonic pill which
has arsenic and iron in it may
be taken three times a day for
several weeks if indicated.
Then if at any time after this
you have the pains in the back
?f your neck and exhausted feel
ings, and more or less depression
or disturb :d digestion have your
blood examined and report to me
for further treatment will be in
dicated. Ib would be perfectly
safe if the same general symptomas
return to repeat the above treat
ment in two or three months or
more, especially if you live in a
malarial district where there are
By using Merk's bi-sulphate of
quinine, 5 grs. dissolved in a
Steaspoonful of sterril water, an
injection can be made in the deep
muscles of the buttocks with a
Ksterri] glass syringe, giving two
injections of 5 grs. each instead
of one of the 9 or 10 gr. doses by
Fmouth. In extreme capses two of
these 10 gr. doses may be given
by hypedermic instead of b y
Smouth, more effectively.
(Signed)' Dr. W. Gill Wylie.
M1eeting of Two Old Vets
(Sunday's State, Oct. 21.)
Dick Hogan, celebrated Hamp
ton scout, and Col. W. W. Miller,
ainother one of the men who wore
he gray the under Hampton,
et yesterday. This simple state
ent may seemn trivial to those
o were not associated with the
or in companies that were
r Hampton, but to the two
t meant much. It was the
time they had seen each
r in 42 years. Of course it
a mutual friend to bring them
ether. Col. U. R. Brooks did
"This is Col. Miller" said
ick," with the polite and con.
traine~d air used with entire
"Yes," said the colonel with the
"Hogans my name."
"Hogan. The name is familiar."
"Think I met you on thie fiz it g
line," said the scout.
Then the two men eria raced.
"This man," said Col. Miller,
"was shot through the lungs and
still lives." The astonished by
standers said it was remarkable.
Then the three men wandered
off' ajid sat down to talk over old
Mr. Hogan gained extensive
fame as one of the Hampton
ncogts and sh-.rpshooters. Hie
came from Fairfield county and
after the war went west. He~ is
now a memiber of the Arkomsas
legislature andis <meo~ of the most
peacefal of men. Hearing of th
homecomiing he le sided to comec
back to his native State for afe
days and visit old friends. L'c
called on the governor and othen~
around the capitol and .will re
main in the city until after thie
A Life Worth Living.
Under the above caption the
editor of the Union Times pays
a beautiful tribute in his paper
to the memory of young Jeffares,
of this county who met such a
tragic death only a few week ago:
"Over in Fairfield county, there
is now a very sad home. Sad
because the pride of that home
has met untimely death; untimelv
it appears, because it was cut off
in the very bloom of - oung man
hood, with all its vigor and. force.
John W. Jeffares, a young man
of 27 years, riding terenely along
the public highway. with buoyant
thoughts and energetic longings
for the work he was soon to
begin, was thrown from the ani
mal be was riding and .in a few
short hours died.
"He was on his way from
Chester to take charge of a achool.
a rural school, where he shoud
instruct iu the ways of knowledge
and morality the young of that
district. A word should be said
of his own school days, so fraught
with obstacles and set-backs. In
childhood he attended the littld
school near his home, going when
other duties did not prevent.
The desire for knowledge was the
burning spirit of this youth, and
when he reached the proper age,
overcoming many obstacles he
entered Clemson college. There
lie carried the mails back and
forth from Calhoun and did many
other services. to help pay his
way. When the season was
over he would return to his farm
and work a crop to aid in defray
ing the coming year's expenses.
These things be did until he was
graduated from college, and when
he received his diploma there was
none who was more honored, and
we believe none who felt prouder
on receiving his commission.
After leaving college, he worked
on his farm during the summer
and taugh't through the winter.
He gave back to those who were
struggling for an educ.ation, those
things which he had gained with
so much labor.
"And be has been cut )ff in
this work. Was it all worth while?
Who can say? those years of
privation and -bitter toil and now
the result, cut off. Aye, there's
the point! The result of that
man's life can never be reckoned
by man's mind. Even in the few
years of his life, he has instilled
principles that never die, and
that will go on and on working
good in the mind and heart of
man, finding a culmination only
when the .eeds of man are all
summed up. And the influence
of his example, his character and
his strugg' es, may induce othe s
to exhaust every recourse in se
uring that greatest of treasures
"We beg to place one flower
over the grave of this young man,
for his wa the lfa worth living.?
A Veung Mother aty.
"My mother has suddenly been
made young at 70. Twenty years
of intense suffering from dyspep
sia had entirely disabled her,
until six months ago, when she
began taking Electric Bitters,
which have completely cured her
and restored the strength and
activity she had in the prime of
life," writes Mrs. W. L. Gilpatrick,
of Danforth, Me. Greatest restor -
ative niedicine on the globe. Sets
Stomach, Liver and K~idneys
right, purifies the blood, and cures
Malaria, Biliousness and Weak
nesse3. Wonderful Nerve Tonic.
Price 50c. Guaranteed by Jno.
H. McMaster & Co., druggists.
"I live for those who love me
For those who know me true;
For the heaven that smiles above
And awaits my spirit, too;
For the cause that lacks assist
For the wrong that needs resist
For the future in the distance,
And the good that I can do.
True and tried friends of the fanmily
-DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Best
for results and bEst to take. Rosy
cheeks and sparkling eyes follow the
use of these dependable little pills.
They do not gripe or sicken. Sold by
We haven't any admiration and
mighty little r spect for the
!knocker'' This world is very
very wide and the best thing
man can do when he is dissatis
fled with conditions is to pack his
trunk and hut a more congenia:
Many men give lavishly of gold.
To buti bridges and ceastles and tower
If you want everlasting fame, a bene
Give the poor~ and needy Rocky 2Mour
Ten Big Shows Combined, Will Ex
hibit at Chester, November 9.
Indications are that a lar ge crowd
will attend from here. Very low
excursion rates will be in ; ffect
on all railroads.
The show, under the manage
ment of John Robinson, is now.
enjoying its eighty-third year of
prosperity. and is one of the i
foremost amusement attractions
of America, if not of the world.
It numbers among its arenic
favorites some of the m o S t
ex'ensive and best acts that
money can procure. The Capt.
Thomson troupe of American
-cavalrymen, in expert feats of
daring and original horsemanship;'
Dare-devil DeBurry who sets at
defiance all the fixed laws of
nature when he dashes down a
dizzy incline, and with the speed
of a hurriedsUe loops the gap on
a bicycle; the mirvelously edu
cated group of seals, under the
master hand of Capt. Winston;
Edna, acknowledged Princess of
the realm of horsewomanship, the
world's only lady somersault rider,
and twenty equestrian associates;
fort, jo)ous subjects of King
Momus in a gleeful rufficiency,
and more than a hundred other
foreiga and American features in
three rings and an elevated stage,
and introducing as an- added
feature King Solomon, His Tem
ple and the Queen of Sheba,
requiring a cast of a thousand
men, women, children and horses,
100 ballet girls reproducing the
dances of the day of the king of a
The Robinson Show has always
been famed for its menagerie, and
this season finds the zoological
annex the most complete ever
carried by a tented show, com
prising costly and rare animals
from every section of the globe.
This splendid array of animal
talent will. be seen in the big
daily street parade, proncutued
by all as the most gorgeous and
elaborate pageant o f modern
times, comprising more than a
mile of go'd encased wagons,
chariots and 500 of the finest of
Ainerican horses.. This is the
only big-show that is not in the
circus trust and no adv4nce in -"."
the prices will be made.
Letter to J. C. Caldwell.
Winnsboro, S. C.
.Dear Sir, Here's 4 tale with
three or four tails to it,
Professor Irvine has an Aca,
demy, Meroersbury, Penn. He
paints the floors in summer 1
vacation. It used to take 90
gallons of paint. There were
two paint-store's there, and he
used to buy (one year of oneI
next year of the other) 90 gallons
year after year.I
Now he paints Devoe; 60 gal
lons; and the difference is a say
ing of :iO a year.
1R. C. Fallon was one of those
dealers, good zan; but h e
wouldn't take-up Devoe; so we F
turned to the other, J. A. Boyd..
But Fallon has found it necessary
to get a good =paint to compete
with Devee. He got one of the
eight honest paints. He has a
big hardware store and is doing
an excellent hardware business;
but Royd, of course, has the run
on .paint-~hes a little hardware E
We don't care how little or big
a nman is, if he wants good paint
and is active and sound.
F W DEvoE & Co
Jno. H. Mc~Iaster & Co. sell -
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,
nause:1, headache, dizziness and
colic, without griping or discom
fort. 25 Guaranteed - by Jno
H. McM aster & Co , druggi-.ts.
aThe be- t roads are in ti e most
Tyner's Dyspepia Remedy--A Guar
If you suffer fromi Dysyepsia o . In
dgestion in any form, gas, belching,~
bitter taste, offensive bad breath, dizzy~ fall
spells sour stomach, heart flutter, say
nausea, gastritis, loathing ofrfood, painski
rswlig in the stomach back or side
depseated kidney or liver trouble,
then they will disappear in a short
time after taking Tyner's Dyspepsia
Rjemedy, made cspecially to c u r e
Dyspepsia, Tiudigestion and all Stomach
Trouble, even of the wo'rst cases.
Tv ner's Dyspepsia Remedy expels the
ases and sweetens the breat h. It
- ures Sie-h Headache, Colic and Con
stipation at once. Druggists or by
express' 50 cents a bottle. Money
refunded if it fails to cure. Derrick's
Drug Store, Lexington, 8. C.
and look in the glass-you will
You can't help puckering-it m
to thitik of tasting it.
By the use of so called
Powders you take this puckering
right into your system-you i
and ruin your stomach.
Royal is made from pure, refir
than Alum but you have the pro
R. J. & R. SO O
'e above letters represent one of the Iarn
and most up-to-date shoe houses
in America, while
W. C. B. Co.
represents the firm that sell their shoes.
r prices, comfort, style and durability we
them against any line of Shoes
on the marlket.
Ve have in stock a Hunting Shoe, guai
teed to stand the roughest usage; comfor
able, and as tough as whit-leather.
:mine our Shoes and get our prices be
W. C. Beaty Cc
When you step into our shoe store to buy your sho
ave a complete line of all the new shapes and leather
tyles, and they are very snappy and at prices that
g to you on every pair you buy from us. We carry al
Lister Men's Dress Shoes.........1.0 up to SG6
" Ladies' Dress Shoes.. . .... .1.00 up to $4(
A trial order will convince you.
Farmers' Heavy Work Shoes a specialty.
Remember our motto: SAME SHOES FOR LESS 2
-armon's Shoe Sto
COLUMBIA, S. C.
172 Main Street. Postoff ice B
see the effect-.
akes you pucker -
, injurious Alum
ed Grape Cream of Tartar-Coc
fit of quality, the profit of good
WE ARE POURING INTO.IGH I
RESULT A MOUNTAIN OF I
rest OUR CUSTOMERS IN
Men's Suits and Pants, M
and Boys' Clothing in great
at the very lowest prices.
Ladles' Dress Goods, Cloal
pit In many various styles and
Shoes in abundance. No
-an- Winnsboro to buy your shoes.
t-lats are a specialty here.
fore Bargains all the way throu
fore see for yourself how much
save by buying here.
)I ldar ness, Sd&
- Call andl examine my sto<
Saddles, Robes, &c., before t
a complete line of up-to-dat<
best quality and at prices 1
you. If you mean business,
* buying, as I will not be under
graes Horses, Mules an
10 always on hand to sell or exci
0 of horse medicine in stock.
"A little higher in price, bi
ON, Buggy is the best and cheape
D. A. Cras
RICES AND THE
s, Skirts, etc.,
elter place in
~h. Come and
oney you can
ck of Harness,
ying. I have
goods ofr the
at will please
ee me before
old by any one.
iage. All kinds
" the Rock H ill