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NO. . McMAS
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Agents for V
gines carried ir
Too much rain
I am selling for til
wool dress or waist
Black, Green, P1
Don't let the oi
[eltatli, relinve1 your e Tiroat
iur Chronic cold,with the only cerm
lentlo, Cre for Coughs and colds:
,ter was given upbytwohylam
if the throat, and we were almost
ur druggist reommended Dr. King'rs
After taking four bottles she was
md has had no throat trouble sines."
dri~ce and ero
. BOTTLES FREE
TER & CO., McMASI K #V. anu
BEAR DRUG CO.
)thers, They Will Please
ANAHAN & CO.
f ood-Wo rk e rs.
lers, Gins, Grist Milis; and
y and General Repair Work.
'itte Gasoline Engines. En
and too little money is the ressor:
e presenlt, for spot cash, an alir
flanel inthe following colors:
nk, Light Blue, Mediunm Blue,
Blue and Garnet at
1c a Yard.
Full Line of the
Under Wlnnsboro Hotel.
laS*itik B '"o ie ut
-The Drapler. letters, si.k of which
signed "M. B. Di'apier," appearein '
Dublin newsaber in 1724, mai-k an
In Irish history. They were the wori;
of Dean Swift, the author of "Gul,
yer's Travels." The occasion callinf,
them forth was the grant of a paten1
In 1723 to William Wood. an EnglizAh
man of Birmingham, to coin halfpenet
and farthings to the extent of f10S,000
to be current in Ireland, where therc
was a deficiency of copper coinage.
Public feeling in Ireland was in a staic
of irritation at its treatment by. Eng
land, and Swift took advantageo:6f this
coinage business to advocate the rights
of Ireland. Under the inask-of -a-laln,
honest, patriotic tradesman he coun
seled all true patriots not only to re
fuse to take the new coinage, but tc
refrain from using any English man
ufactures whatever. The. result .wa
tremendous. No one would take Woods
money, and associations were formed
for refusing the currency. The publica
tion of the first three letters had sc
roused the temper of Ireland that it
was now easy for Swift to come to the
real point of issue. In the fourth let
ter he accordingly treats of the royal
prerogative. The government Instantly
took alarm and offered a reward of
?300 for the discovery of the author of
this fourth letter. Its printer wa:
thrown into prison. But all was in
vain. The government yielded to the
storm. Wood's patent was surrender
ed, the patentee being indemnified by
a grant of 13,000 yearly for twelve
years. Thus, through the force and an
imation of Swift's arguments, victo
riously terminated the first grand
struggle for the independence of Ire
Building Material of the Future and
The advantages of concrete on the
mechanical side are these: It Is proof
against fire, wind and water, rats, In
sects and dry rot and the danger of
electricity. It needs no painting or re
pair. Fire or water overflow inside can
do only local damage to the contents of
a room and no more.
It becomes stronger and harder with
age, which Is, of course, an advantage,
except when additions or alterations
are made,. Involving hard work to cul
the wails and floors. There are nc
leaky roofs, no damp or cold east or
north rooms. There Is great economy
of heating. Being a firm mass through
out, like a house made of baked clay,
there is no vibration, and in case one
spot of the foundation should be under
mined the well knit structure might
not show so much as a crack. It Is
practically earthquake proof.
Concrete is healthful because it
leaves no fissures for dust or for in
.,ets which spread disease. It Is cool
m summer and warm In winter, and
with a minimum of exertion can be
kept sweet and clean, On the artistic
side, s the house beautiful, it lends
Itself to sculpture and painting, and as
an object on the landscape It can be
made a joy to the eyes.-Country Life
Red and White Wine.
"Amisapprehensionabout the strength
of red and white wines exists," said a
vine grower. "Because red wine has
a darker, richer look people think It Is
more Intoxicating. The opposite, real
ly, Is the case. Red wines are made
by fermenting grape j-uice, skins and
seeds together. White wines are
made by fermenting juice alone. In
the skins and seeds there is a lot of
tannin, and red wine contains much
tannin, while white wine contains
none. This tannin, an astringent,
closes the pores of the stomach and
prevents the alcohol in the red wine
frcm entering the blood freely and
going, as the saying Is, to the head.
White wine, champagne for instance,
has no tannin, and hence its intoxicat
ing properties are much more keenly
to be feared than those of the tannin
filled red wine."-Imiladelphia Bulle
tin. -__ _ _ _ _
Industrious Chinese Children.
Taq Chinese are a wonderfully in
dustrious people, and their children
learn very early to make themselves
useful. In the streets of a Chinese
town It Is no uncommon sight to see
two children who are so young that
they can hardly talk trotting along
with a bamboo pole on their shoulders,
by wh~ch they are carrying home a pail
of water. .If one child in stronger than
the other the pall Is hung near' his
shoulder, for thus he takes the "heavy
end of the pole."
A Collector..ot Snnffboxes.
The. only expenislve personal .fancy
of Frederick the Great, it Is said, was
his bobby for collec-ting snuffboxes, of
which he left as many as 130, approxi
mately valued at $1,300,000. Lord
Mamesbury says that one could hard
ly approach the king without sneezing.
Two thousand pounds weight of Span
leh snuff had always to be kept In
store, but smoking, on the other hand,
was an abomination to Frederick.
Choice of Evils.
Smiley-[ hope you won't mind- If I
bring a friend home to dinner tonight,
dear. Mrs. Smiley-Oh, no, sir. That
is better than being brought home by
a friend after dlnner.--Chicago News.
Bdith-Did you sing for Mr. Bore
leigh last night. Ada-Yes, I sang al
most a whole hour for him. Edith
I'm so glad to hear it! I've always
had the greatest aversion to that man!
In reality history is of no avail.
Humanity Is caught every day with
traps that. have served,.before.
Can you win? You realize that to
win In anything these days, requires
strength, with wind and body in tune.
A man or woman with disordered di
gestive organs is not Mi shape for a
day's work or-a day's p lay. H ow can
they expect to win? Kodol For Dvs
pepsia contains the digestive juices of
a healthy stomach and will put your
stomach in shape to perform its impor
tant function of sup plying the body
and brain with strength building blood.
Digests what you e&t, relieves Indiges
tion. Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Palpi
ation of the Heart and Constipation.
Sold by all druggists.
T Ri@L4ND COUNTY
FARMS jd SMJ.
To ~ . 7- -cre#focur ml..fr;om
as ic PLace bordering on Crane
Crtek. 20 a.:'res in timriber, then. Iemnainl
ider cultivated. OIly two miles from
new Colunibia ColAlege. Prlce upon
o. -)57. 12 -res on the ia n road
live Il(es from Columbia. Only one
an(] !,alf nilles froui the Southern
jtillroad. -> a'esin ifnlber and the
.n a1n1d one barn, all in good cond;
tin: in;e wel! aid spring. Timber on
4ms plaee will r.veragze 20 cords to the
are;* good qualtity of saw mill timber
;ich will probably cut about 75,000
feet. The-e is - nice orchard Contain
jg a bout 7. or 80 fruit trees of differ
eat varieti. Will raise about one
hale of cotton to t he acre. Price and
terms to suit purelhase.
No. 2 . : a s of good tille
land on t hje Koni i road a but two miles
from ColuImbia. Lad adaptable to
any crop. Small dwelling on place,
anso two snall barns; two fine wells
and small streamu; alko a gin housee.
Property ionuted near lands that are
in high. Nw street car line very
(ikse to this property. You woul'A
mae nm e in investing in suxlh
property .it. is bound to enliUnee in
valhe very rapidly. Price within yonr
No. 2 171 nerEs on Win-nsboro I
ro ! about fir ni!cs from Columbia.
This place has one six-room dwelling;
two siall- harns, smokehouse. 150
acres are Ii t irnber-niost ly pine. Will
cut about .500 cords of wood or 100,000
feet of timber. This land adapted to
any crop. Schools aud churches with
in easy reach of this place. One and a
quarter miles to new Columbia College.,
Price and terms satisfactory.
For price and particulars of the
above places write to us, we' will be
glad to bear from you.
Railroad fare refunded to any one
purchasing Real Estate through our
Wllor, Bavo l & Cam y,
1323 Main Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
High Grade Cut Flowers
RO8 RIL GREENHOUSES
Columbia, S. C.
Carnations............. 75 to $100 per doz
Roses (fine green
house)... ......2 00 to 3 50 per doz
Chrysanthemums.. 1 00 to 6 00 per doz
Hyacinths(Roman) 50to 75 per doz
White 75 per doz
Freesias.......... 50 to 75 per doz
rily of Valley....1 00 to 1 50 per doz
Daisies ............ .......... 25 per doz
Sweet Peas.............. 10 to 15 per doz
Boxes of Pretty
Mixed Flowers.... $1 00 to $5 00
Baskets of Pretty
Mixed Flowers.... 1 00 to 10 00
Only the finest up-to-date varieties
OUR CUSTOMERS GET THE BEST,
Artistic Bouquets for all purposes,
~$1l00 to $10 00.
Stylish Home and Church Decorations
We make a specialty of
FINE WEDDING WORK.
Wreaths, Crosses, Anchors, &c.,
$3 00 up.
In ordering Bouquets or Designs give
us an idea of wha~t you want and
price, and we will plerase you.
Cut Flowers, Plants, Bulbs
and Seed Shipped
08% HILL GREHOU8E8,
3517 Main St., COLUMUIA, S. C.
AGAINST FIRE AND TORNADO
RISKS BY HOLDING A
POLICY OF INSU.R
TH E INSURANCE CO..
of North AmeriCa
All old fire-tested companies with
ample assets. ..
Will write you in either of the above
three companies. Surety Bonds writ
ten in Thbe American Surety Company
of New York.
N. W. PALMER, Agent,
Ridgeway, S. C.
WILL BE CONTINUED IN
the future the same as in the past
in the old establishment in aflits
departments .with a full stock of
Caskets, Burial Cases and Coffies
constantly on hand, and use of
hearse when requested.
Thankful for past patronage
and solicitous for a share in the
future, in the old stand.
Calls attended to at all hours.
J. M. ELLIOTT & CCO.
100 acres 'of land, one mile frum
Winnsboro. D Well ig, barn, out-j
houses, well an d springs. 40 acres un
der wire. Also-a~ parcel of 40 acres
about one-half mile from Winboo
Apply to WV. D. DOUG LAS,
11-7t f Wininsboro, S. C.
FOR SALE- 1,500 bushels cot-'
ton seed. 100i pondeT in seed:
produces hem. 41 to 43 pounds
of lint. Gueral :e: eg; of 5
]ock~s to boil. Vsica on appli
cation to T. L. Dell-ney, Rion,
S. C. 10-17-2m
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