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PUBLISHED WEEKLY WINNSBORO, & C. WEDNISDAYs i$go6.
J, L. MIMNAUGH &CO
COLUMBIA S C.
Our Ladies' Tailored Suit Department
is one of the very IMPORTANT DEPARTIMNT of our Mam
moth Store. We have spared no pains or expense in putting in a
complete Up-to-date Stock of Ladies and Misses' Suits and Cloaks,
Handsome Tailored Skirts, Shirtwaists Silk.Petticoats, Handsome
Evening Gowns and Opera Wraps; also Rich Robes for balls and
evening wear and Tailored Skirts.
Our .ine of Raincoats is unsurpassed for style, quality and
We employ a corps of experienced tailaresses to make necessary
alterations in garmens'purchased-of _us:and will guarantee a per
Our Carpet Department
is the largest in Columbia and second to none in thState. Our
line comprises the best makes of Brusels, Velvet and Tar
pets Fibre, China and Japanese 9-jgLace and-Portere Cur
tains, W'ndow Shades. All the different makes and szesi Rugs
A great showing of the best Oilcloths, Curtain Poles and Aixtures-j
in fact everything that is carried in an Up-to-date .Carpet str
.Window Shades made to-special:measurament.atshor¬ide. Se*c
in your orders and we will gladly give you estimates.
We show great values of the BestGoods iiaR oier depart
ments, such as MILLINERY, -DRESS GOODS, SHOES, LINEN
and WHITE GOODS, CLOTHING, H'OSIERY,TBAINRKET and
A Great China, Glass and Crockery
We show in this Department a wonderful array of beautiful
Plassware, Crockeryware, Chiaware and K e,
Pictures, Plated Silver Tableware,Tbl Cueope t:k
French China Dinner Sets, plain white or decorated. Hotel
Boarding House Crockery in great variety. We show wonderful
-values in this Department.
Mail Orders Receive Our Prompt Attention.
Lever W ShoeMa
1613 Main St., COLUMLIA, S..C.
Choice 1tygles in
S OMNiSL HOES
Notice the new features in the style
of Women's Shoes? T. new Shoes
) ~are chiaracteristic oftu feminine
*daintiness. The new last avoid all
appearance of clumsinessa A woman
can be just as comfortable in a trim
looki' shoe as in aselumsy one.
We'r showing some O ro ~ t
Women's Shoesp ever- manuc1r~
Our Sboes at 53.oo, $3.5 and 4.0o
are certainly models of -style and
These Shoes are worth.coming miles to see.
LEVER The Shoe M\an.
* gLOOK TO US FOR NEW THINGS. -
1615 Main St., Columbia, S~ C.
Your only opportunity to have your 19rtdhit
made by these artists, is to have it made-while
iniColumbia. They never accept offers to to
BANK OF FAIR4FIELD
WINNSBORo, s. C.
' CAPTrAI-, $50.000
organized ad Began Business February ist 1906.
Young, but very healthy ad groglug rapidly; bring yur bine~Bs
here'and grow with us? -
If you have!money to deposit, we.wiIl be pleased to take proper
care of it for you. If you waht'te brroW3money, w Ve~S
as well.pleased to talk the matter ov~er ith ~ou n a~1oMd
-ourselvesin readiness to extendgevez sconnnodatiopi sud cohiresy
consistent withsound banking principles.
We'pay iaterest on deposits in orSavings Deprtmenut at
T. W.TIRALOR.HUGH S. WYLIE,
vice-President. 'i'- eller.
OaIn ne Oeds Wfth o.
The littie cares that fretted. me,
-ot them yesterday.: -
above the sea
Amnoug tTewinda at play
Am_gthe lowing of the herds
The rustling of the trees,
nghsinging of. the birds,
The hummig of the-beeL.
The foolish fears of what might
I cast them all away
Among the clover-scented grass, 1
Among the new-mown hay;
Among the husking of- the corn,
Where drowsy poppies nod, ^
Where ill thoughts die and good i
sie brn -
Out in.the fields with God.
-Elimabeth Barrett Browning. t
few ofSanJonessFanI WSYI0JgS t
"Many a fellow is praying for
raii with his tub. wrong side.up.' '
"Repentance is the first eonoD
sions movement of the soul frot,
sin towar<T God." 0
"Thank -God, this old:world o
has ne, seen 1he time whenit i
aid not take off its hat ind ikAe t
a decent bow to agood_WOma. d
"Let me say to you: If you:
can't help but one family in town,
RA W help. IIivgag ofwi -
.iimpt for;molks who are- ways a
hlping those who don't need ayn t
SRe'igion is like the measles:
if it,go iM on jc iwiiIr AM
you. The troublei with a reit
many christians igW .yis
religion has gone ~n e
Keep it broken..,44 on hands, h
feet and ton
"EVer ,ouhs k,e e p
good company. i6ie i1 not
an angel in heaven.thatwould not 1
be corrupted by the company b
that somie of you keep." 1
i-The greatest rascals are ihose 1!
that are se Muplously honest. - f
see a man walk across town to
pay a ickellW atch hiMni.
"Whiskey is good - thing in
its place, anid'that-'pnSMe Is in s
bhi:wI Igetihersr will drink
aallUia get:but 1 won't do it:
"There is more *eigo
Slaughing than qrying. Ibrlgo
best-boy.in the world." t
"I have known women too poor
to owapapr of shoes b; t I
nfvir knew one too poor to own
alookin _la s.
a n bg fool God's eys
kever looke& upon is the woman t
who stirs the toddy for her 'hus- e
"Old sinners .are not "afe
with us uniess we.live bettedhan. .
uifmy. daughter only had one
dress, that should. be a whole one.
If t1ed ajhingdSt aI
would cif off aty tEe >ottom,,
"You have no more r:ght >. ,
flaunt your diamonds and your a
riehein ther face of the poor than 2
fou have to shake bread in the '
facefa hmgrmanandIo gve
,E. C. DeWitt & Co-, ofCigot
assure us tat this.rmral ke
tat and correetive for -thestmc
conforms fullf to all provisions of th'e a
National Pure Food and Drug Law, a
The:Kodol Jaborato isM very
on,'but if ell the '"eiets from'n y
etn and stomach troubles could
know the virtuesof4Odoldt would he
impossible* foO the nanufactuirers to
k eep up with the demand. Kodol is
sold here by all drnggiits. .
Maybe-t'S one for the risa Too. 1I
Some years tigo about -ihe
time that Queen Victoriaisjunilee
was to be celebiated, the follow-i
ing conversation between two old
Scoth women was ovrsard op,e a
day on a street cornerin London: I
"Catn 7tell me; wumn,
what is it they call a jubilee?":
"Well, it's this," said~iier n'eigh
bor. "When folk has- been mar
red twenty-five years, that's a
silver weddin'; and when they
have --been mnarried fifty years.
that's a golden weddin.' But if
the mon's dead,'it's a jubilie.?
Of ouaey pay -your money.
-Butyo~u gtyour diioney's- worth,
For what dosmoney:mieau-to you
When Rocky Mountain Tea's on
Jno.-Hr-MeMaster & Co.
ives of some great men remind
That we will, if we are wise,
Leave our modesty behind us
And get out and advertise.
It is noticeable a cold seldom comes
on when the bowels are freely open.
Neither can .it stay if they are open.
Kennedy's Laxative (contanng
Honey and Tar is the original Laxative
Cough Syrup. Tastes as pleasant as
maple sugar. Free flrom all opiates.
IConforms to the National Pure Food
manruLaw vm lnby aldrts.
TRAINING DOG POUCL
kemidrmir Is theSeine a troel ON*
ft Staht of. Palta
The trafdni of the young New
onindtat - periodicaly added
D the aff is. one of the sights of
MarIs. 4ItAMance.3a~ Ithe.heidquar
0f At te agents plongeus1,. a smag
moeth gaykide not far.frm
be Cfieim of 6:otre Dami. DogI
ad nmiino the exerase with
est, aS16esus a '~rW S
iooke nif - dummy figures are
med, bt the"rescue" ls nevertueless
i very reallatle affair. 'e, big dog
now -Oerfectl weU what the exercise
3eans, mad they wait with comic in
busak until the dummy is thrown
to i water aid an agent pongiur
ushes out on hearing the splash and
be outcry dfeslctator. Wane the
ien are busy wtines and ie buoys
ae dog plunges: Into the water, swims
u m =immy,- watches with rare Jn
dntseuds hold and tohenit either
wi~a sbi&rw~t ~r tsmaster
rbo ift*s tihe edd lon I*ek st
ori bets 6ndthSne. a moree tr
erienced dogs, however,: ill..easIly 01
Weetieee from first to last with
at -mansas e and It is -nin
pirl sight low . t ch16 them.lnng
he river bank and bo*dgts avy,"
uninto -plac7 of9safety.9
It~ tsdi 1t fouir n i3to4train N
ae dogs efficlenty, They are also E
batged with th otedtra *of their
atsswhenirt e .y-tie' des- f
e rein who11leep undenhe a
ren -O th^2IdghSnm a .Tu fe
Paris the poIee dogs are a roved
A GREAT BEER HOUSE.
Ieaseh.Owus.the O et a"4 mument
. .' .the W'EV- *'
Tef of guhaus ofMibi per.i1
as:b,o16et ia~d Trgeat sai0gC n
~e~d -~adby 6f 'i
01a and patroniedby.an aeagf d.
zoo. e%stoher a 4ay.; n' hbfdays Hs
- klieitedi6us AtoAm5,00W-d. is.
Wjihng dik U-:iog. bat. -n
bi*ed at tberoy eerra?
rhi -wa starteny King 75
eere In 12 . The presINt
ai wo built in 16KI'andtbd p
rts- brewed on the spot untik 1B fe
40n thie brew&y was mov!ed4intohe pi
mtry to less expensive quarterL stj
er stUr Ima -cu stoem I
",,woodenm blacheaw itet .leks Pl
side plain wodefl tabIew without st
*vey7he 16rdy o 4"1
eer areIlt ..J t.cksebor.e e
or on the floor In he norning, where ce
:jOemain until they are-used.
en a-: -ustomer wants -beer .he. Sc
jdks out astein takes it to'one of the Q
sins of'u n9_water-*Mcfi2 the
aIs and wses It-hIiniel Then he
rres it to tie6 miter"nad hands It
retotihebstinadi,whd flls It w1i -
: from-the)BrreL The Prce Is a
nts.a gbe d o _Vsupport
e hosptab of the.eity, .althou2gh the t
ing could esalnthem If! he desired to *h~
o ~ - .' .4the-Hofbrau- e
auetbln toim by Inheritance.
5 ~ P1
One of the mistaken theories is that
"pubC speaker".1 Is pecessary to the
eessoany inbleaksI. T?hM e
ry had its-Ese atStima~when oratory~
as a fad. Orators. were enitlvuted, a
nd they were. supposed to take hu- A
en passions in tiseir -hnds and toy a
ather to benetie and not lee- h
sised.:het. & sc'peaker" Isr
uportnt toa~penic, ani-drator is
sule out-and. set loose on. a few.old
entamen witik.esses and:a few moth
rs wh utOocPthe benchesin
akg esre of th children.-Sabetha
Nw and again we hear et striange p
n mae-blids bissohWin EnsIan4,
ot how many sportsmen. except Mr.i
V'ens' clergymain cancelain to have
htane?One such man exists, t
rood of his unr1t ;~ was nighttime, t
ud e was -passing Crayford .parish
burebyed -with his gun over his shoul
e"wiibe stw 'what he 'ook for-a
u-his-aim was wild. He had fained
wg his equarry. -InvestIgatIon
sured that the ghost was a sonip
nred magel on a tomb .and.he had
hot of one of i toeslenIdo i
"Say," began.'lerolfghs t
rou'd. onIy save your own money- you
vouldi't-bave to brow from you
"But by borrowing from my friedsI
:do save tny own ioe.-abH
tandard and Times.
Mee blesingshlgbt.onM. bI~t n
veted sleeP-. It oovers 8' mua. eIc
er , thugts ad alnrhaa loak.* C
meat foe- the hungry,- Aor th I
hirsty, heat for the scIf eni be I
le hot-.5la. -
He-Bt I -thoght *u'4 - f~vC
ne for that and proumised to Lre
lhe-Ye; but I didd*t preube te
Umhi wgathnek sa onew toe
teemdislavehei .ek . -.
Saw= Log Ii
There is a constant in
oses,lespecially.if It hasg
ale let us -aelp you to find
Possibly you.are lookir
atire list and makeyourm
All prices quoted subje
crTY PROPERTY '
No. 319-Large brick sale and livery
ible in- Chester, water works and elec
Ec lights. Elegant mule pens, box and
en stalls, feed and harness rooms, fine
md for livery and trading, 'as Chester.
s alarge -country tradein addition to'
ree rilroads. The land measures 140
155-feet and'.should be worth alm6st
a price asked 'for the property..46,000
No. 376-5' lots' in Chester: No. i
x313; No. 4, 18x155; No. 6, 795;
>. 8, 79x114;-. on Epworth stFet.
No. 635-Two .-story brick stores,
)ting west on Main .street, Chester,
pulation 7,000. About '25 feet front
Ch -by 100 feet deep. on lot about 200
t deepto.alley ...........$9,000
No. 636-Several houses,-A to 14 rooms
d one store on corner, . lot about
5468,:- on. Gadsden - and Walnut
eets, Chester, bringing:a rint- of about
5 per month, electric- lights, city water,
rn,flower garden,-and other improve
nts. Adjacent to -the Southern - Rail
y passenger amd freight. depots,. join
Stbe--Cei-vina & Nrhetr sos'
d Springstein Mill property..
ation for manufacturin purposes
re lings,or stores to rent. Loges
bed.geuieral merchandise business. -bis
the:pace to plant your capital for safe
Will also sellstck of general--mer
andise amianting to abont $4,000 at
No; 671-Two lots on -Academy and
me streets; Chester. W1 fronts 147
!t on Academy street by 90-dcVnoi
me street; No. 9 fronts 1.9 n e
eet by 95 deep; 'both containing
8-10 acres, known as the McLure
Ice ............ .....3,000
9o. 695-Corner lot Miin an4'Seednd
ets, Fort Lawn S.- C., 35x17, -smiR
rehouse, good stand for -stored -two
[roads, good farming country.
Ice......... ~.... .......;89
Will also sell stock of~ merchan
s, amonntifi, to -a6&4,0 1o4t'
s-on the d . . at
K& 792-6ji,res. ijoing s lands of
uthern Rilw; M: affner, Ed..
sham: and othes ~Chester, S.. C.
ds porperty can.:be- cut into building
Kos. 724 and 795-Two 7-room houses,
.t side of'Saluda tieet, Chester, S. C.,
s 56x399, 'moden sanitarypluinbing,
binet mantels, tiled: bath room,
red with wall. switclAs,. city water,
e under 'same arran~i-for hot water
ating, best neighborho in Chester,
No. '96-Vcat t;.stid:f
>rk street, Chester,- S. C., -919x378.
No. 12-600 acres at Lewis Turnout,
iool and church, 400 cultivated, 15O in
ober, black soil, level, 6-room 4lwelling,
re barn, fine pasture, 4 settlements, 4
2 streams,. near.. railroad. Per
No. 391-314% acres, 3 milies north of
>rt 'Lawn, church and school, public
ad, 150 cultivated, 50 timber, sandy
il, orchard, '-sory 7-room
relling, barn for 8ad 100-acre wire
sture, ~# settlements, cotton house
Ib,, smokelhouse, 2 wells, 4 springs and~
anch. Would exchange for a farm~
er Rock U?ilL~ Price ...$10' per acre
No. .539-35 acres 1%2 miles of Chester,
Notice how Reai Estat<
rophecy. We have been i
; the Carolinas.The hig
lings are seldom apprecia
khig to suit youz.
Ali-opo-sA. ons nr.iat I
hey are bir.dinggon him <
FOR PLANTINGI NOW.
al .................. 20e" - 200
ine Lily.... 1e 12
[-cnti 9R u..... 05c 60
alths (Dutch, all..
* - 'clr) 10c 65
nqis ........ 20 to 25
3aesu ...-... 5 to 50
alips,gall colors...-- 30 to 50
Poppy and Sweet Pean Phedlo,
per package, prepaid.
Give Us a Trial Order.
Rose. H ill
lui thiber of different
abW r., '.
Ig fo t0te.4ase4(j
Wn ietien%e ; aWaat
u and eo _Apkate
witff -6 teanta near dwelln
Poul1try, WOod, and- carriage- ho&Ase,
and Jood spring, telephone line, all unde,
fence, all in good repair .... S.9 a
. N 54-673 acre, 5 miles Catawba,
Falli, Bia vlneR E
churches and schooLj1 t%A miles, _00
acres in cultivation, aces r
mulitto,. black and---sandy 4i;-, 11 A
ordrd, undulating id ' 0
waste land, 6-room d g~ 4F
sit 8 stalls, l*X-acrA
houses, 2 3-room Ioses, ~ctton ho6es
and cribs. Country remarkably healthy,
.gh elevation, 5 miles from the great b
electric power plant at *Catawbs-Ea
Rxocy and Beaver Dam creks; some S
good bottom land; wells and rg;.$80e d
Mcome. Price per acre. .
NP. 548-100 to 125 acres; 6V eire
Chester, 1/ mile Lewis. Church and b
schdol % ,oL mile, lies-well, sAp and Sl
red soil, "biogi 'house, en a o
springs, 2-horse f&rmzoyee,p of'i
wod, good pasture land, 9 good b
house sites ....................1. ac n
No. 633-955 acres, 92 mi ad h
Lawn, church and school, 650 cultivated, ti
300, timber, grey soil, orchard, level and.
rolling, 6-room-hIse, ' I dne,
houses, creek, e i M r...
No. 670-284icres, 'Ig F
wells and Blackstock, church and school b
I. miles, 100 cultivated, 95 timber, san
u4atto soil, 3-acre orchard, the
the: county; rolling, 6-room dwelling,
barn, 100-acre pasture, S settlemen%9.
miles south of Ciesterf
eadam roiAd, crd
WeR ....... ........ $12 per acre
No. 723-SS acres 2 mile of Chester,- .
i cultivated, diversified, 3 settlemenf 4
barn; . on public road, branch and'
well ..........................$45 acre S
Lawn, church two
100 timber, oak, hi pme,
Bed, nearly all; origi timber of the .b
anest kind; creek and waneh.
soo & e,1$ I cdtivatZ.,e-- i
acres timber, sandy soil, orchard, rolling, 6
7-room dwelling, good .barn, 4 settle- 3
inents, about 195 acres, river bottoms, 995
stres branch bottoms, well, river and
stream. Per acre......... |
No. 781-1,100 acres, Triplett place,
3 miles Leeds,, church9miles, 9. 4oo 4
mile, 200 es cultiYated, b
arid stablegm ko.od
bottoms, creek, streams and springs. F
acre....... .-............. ....... 6
miles of Chs, church 1 mile, school % s
mile, 75 ?cres ilt dt1 1~
sandy an&b1ck Jac~lve,~~wz
house, stream and sprmngs.Per acrWO
yNo. 818-100 acres 5 miles Leeds, c
church and school 2 miles, 30 cultivated, ~a
95 timber, sandy soil, roln,tenants
house and barnj. sprig-a&b
Price ........ -..*5.ON 2
-No. 819--7 acres 4 miles Leeds, a
church and school, 4 miles, 35 cultivate4
15 timber, sandy andl b1ek ' k~c~roUe
ing, good bottoms. Price. .~6 per acref e
No. S75-1%# acre lot at Blythewood, 1
100 population; church and school, I
frame building 925x40, 2-story gin house,
flour and, grist mill, &ngineh and boiler,)!
extra engine ...............$1,000"]
is selling all ovedr'keaOe
elling our readers that land
ier it goes the more it will
ted. Write Ior,ydng iis
e approyd by the sigi~
rhis off.ie ,
.We haye.a carload of
but going fast.
varietiSs for sawing purr
gest. ~ ~ -amsk
be # outbnildnge, gar
en .. . 100
.No. S.acres-8 miles
didy1 oa biri-ck 7-room
weing, s lnents,
.. - ........ two S-room
idwell and meat
use, 39'gardens and fower ga,9
:rs mpe o and wel. -drabl
aro, on. y7-om
5Ie, 150 cultivated, 100 timber, gray.soBl.
hos,barn, 150:-eere pas
xnte,creek and sri
>ro Park ........-.3. .00
. -s acres Mining Wins
,. Peay's road for
Ie mle, diversi,e, 6-rooitage,
Tinnsboro, church and school one mile,
uikad 50 timber, gray soil, hilly,
-rom(dttage, barn, M&0acres bottonms,
~ttlements, spring and k Price
muse, 165 acre virgin timber, 290- acres
- bo utm&ia&s=-cet.-of
. CM Till" ...~.241
No. 794-300 acres -miles of Wins.
-room house, barn,. acrespasfire
*aalhouses, 40- acres bottoms, eH
*rf@sand creek, income40.. .$i,O00
No... 79S-178 acres 9 mles W'mos
A aA-achnd1 to . mils
ST~aiesTuiiber,''gray .soil, dirersified,
.roopi oanse, bar.',nece -
sltivated, 200 timber, .gray nt~ soil,
murch. and school f8to dy mi* ,60
cres cultivated, 4(6 timber, ge,grave
oil, diversified, 6-room house, br,cot
b.sr n&o esmu es4
oi,hil, etteets, ban pig
No. 858. 600 acres 2niles Winnsboro,
1 ~tements'2 sad 3 rooms,. bam
rell and springs, good for cotton,
was entirely too cheap
son ht t r eap
-e of J..Ed Poagbefor e