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Ihave plunged intolife, 0 Got
As a diver into the sea,
Knowina and heeding naught
Save Nine old command tom
To go and seek for Thy pearl,
Hidden wherever it be.
And the waters are in my eyes;
They clutch at' my straininj
They beat in my ears; yet, "Seek'
. My heart still whisperetb,
And I grope and forbear to cal
On the easy rescuer, Death.
For Thy pearl must be here in
If ever a warrant there be
For that old command of Thine
To plunge into life and sEe.
So I search, for I trust in Thy
O Thou Lord of the Truth, and
--Lily A. Long, -in Harperlis
A Texas Wonder. .
There's a Hill at Bowie, Tem.,
that's twice as big as last year.
This wonder is W. L. Hill, who
from a weight of 90 pounds has
grown tc over 180. He says:
"I suffered with a terrible cough,
and doctors gave me up to die of'
Consumption. I was reduced to
90 pounds, when I began taking
Dr. ing's New Dis.covery for
Consuition, Coughs and Colds.
Now, after taking 12 bottles, I
have more than doubl-d in weight.
and am completely cured." Only
sure Cough and Cold c u r e.
Guaranteed by Jno. H. McMaster
& Co., druggists. 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottle free.
The Mlaidens with the Acrobatic Eyes.
(Compiled after reading half a dozen
"With her eyes ie riv Ldhn5
to the spot."
"Her eyes sparkled as they
drank in every gesture."
"His conceit perished before
the withering gaze of her scorn
"Fixing her eyes upon t h e
reclining form, she remained
"Her trained eyes penetrated
every nook and corner of t be
"He stood rooted to -the spot
by her magnetic eyes."
"She permitted her eyes to rest
urpon the ceiling a moment, and
Then they roamed carelessly about
"She returned his caress with
a single glance from her beaute
Sous brown orbs."
" Isabel's eyes took in every
thing that the room contained,
and with a dignity befitting a
.queen shJe left the plarP"
"Slowly h ir e.'m' fidlowed a
lie disepeared fa>,n ";:e- u'e
th-, dist-ahilltop7 "-Jy.
For chappd and cracked hands
nothing is quite as good as a&n afpplica
-tion of DeWitt's Witch Haztl Salve.
Put it on before going to bed, uise an
old pair of gloves and see wh t adif
ference the morning will be ing Eold
by all druggists.
No H~ogs Siscce 5t.e Weat.
liveny lady wrote to a farmer
had spent her vacation with her
-family last summer, and told him
she would like to co.ge again this
summer, but she objected to the
kitchen methods o~f the hired girl
and to the swine being kept too
close to the house. She received
an answer which contained the
"You may cum alright, Han
nah has wezit,. andi there haint
been no hogs on the place since
you left last summer."
Open the bowels and get the cold out
of your system. Kennedy's Laxative
.(containing) Honey and Tar o n the
.bowels and at the same time llys the
-inflammation of the mucous mem
.branes, Drives out the cold and stops
~the cough. Absolutely free from any
opiates. Conforms to the National
Pure Food aud Drug Law. - Pleasant
to take. Sold by all druggists.
The Head and Feet.
The connection between i h e
hbead and feet is well known. A
bot head is ordinarily relieved by
-a hot footbath. So cold feet
tend to congest the brain and
Sother internal organs. Some
times cold feet are caused by
tight lacing or tight fitting shoes.
But it is as much a suicidal act
to hasten de.ath by -compressing
the lungs or the feet as by com
pressing the neck with a rope.
It is a mistake to use a violent cathar
tic to open the bowels. A gentle move
mnent will accomplish the same result
without causing distress or serious cozi
sequences later. DeWVitus Little Ear:
Risers are recommended. Sold by al
A Stock Yard.
A wag whQ thought to have
joke at the expenseoOf an Iris]
provision-dealer said, "Can yo
supply me with a yard of pork?
"John," said the dealer to hi
assistant, "give this gentlema
three pig's feet."-Sacred Hea3
Floods the bod with warm, glowir
vitality, makes the nerves stron,
quickens circulation, restores natur;
vigor, makes you feel like- one bog
again. Hollhster's Rocky Moutt
Tea. 35 cents. Jno H. McMaster.
Enamel white. Will last a-lifetime
Measures 23 inches long by,8 'inehe
wide.'- Rush your order in as we on1
have a few.
Exactly like Cut.
InLImitation Xahogany Baby legs
will never get crooed ifhe learns to
walK in one of these "Glasseock" Baby
WaAer3. Regular prics3.50.
Sale Price $2.98.
Just like Cut
OAK KITCHEN CABINET. 3 Tab
The finest thing yet for roomy1
the kitchen. Saves Tabor, well fi
aes time and saves'non- $1.50.
ey. A place for everything;
everything ln its blace. -Spec
Sale Price $11.98.
Jnst like Cut. U
White Iron Bed.
Rings, spindles, (short), top rail
bnobs. All brass. Was $12.C0. C
a few left at -
Sale Price $8.98.
ouble or single. a~st lie Cui
Velour, full size, folding. Price wa
$12.50. Just a few at
- LIooks bettei- than Cut. -
All persons are warned not to hur
or enter npon m.v lands (near Dawkir
and Strother. The law is sufficier
notice, but I wish to prevent possib
misunerstading by neighbors. I ai
Sproviding an area where. the gun
-not heard and where game may retrei
and multiply. Tfie practice of ti
Scountry has been 'too destructiv
Squirrels had become almost extim
in my nei6hborhiood. ..Now I forb
even rabbit hunting. A sufficiel
reason for my rule would be that do;
an usare a danger to sheep, catt
and iogs . I can make no exceptiol
- in: favor of certain persons; othe
Swould presumo~ to hunt and ex pet
"be excused from prosecution. Hen
this fill warijng. Trespas of stock
l11-4tf JOHN J. McMAHAN.
J. D. McMEEKIN,
WINNSBORO, S. C. '
- fnce ove- M. W. ]>Ty'oe f
Run the Folio
We have a limited number of thes
Lamps to turn into money. The origi
Exactly like Cut.
Steel Wheels and Steel Body vith
Wood Bottom> Solid OatPole to hitet
two goats to. Size body:
Just like Cut.
Chair. Solid Oak.
t, larger and
elirmade.and -Bent Wood, C an e
shsd. W as Seat, natural coler or
ii PriceWas $2.50.
Just like Ct
- White Iron Bed
3fd Brass knobs, full size or sinj
Sale Price $3.0
- Just like Cut.
ORDE R E3Y MA
Write for Catalog
Ladies' and Gents' Garmeni
t cleaned, pressed, dyed and 14
Spaired on short notice and mac
e to look as good as new. Charge
n iermie to condition of .wor]
Giv mea trial and younwill I
J. W. ROSBOROUJGH,
t At Cathicart's Stable.
We want 6,700 bushels of got
sound Cotton Seed, and would ask;
farmers to see us before selling.S
- cial prices offered on lots of 500
1,000 bushels delivered at Adge
Winnsboro or Rockton. Good c<
vepiencesfor unloading at freight de]
in Winnsboro. We will wait on y
six days in every week. Thanki
you for your three years' patroms
and asking you to continue,
- E. T. MILLING,
RN T U
wing iLow Prices Until Stock
This we guarantee to be the bst ,Rocker -ever brought out of Cauada. (All
made of first qualitynadian oak.) Well finished.. Durable and very roomy.
Sale Price $1.98
Eiey like Cut.
A Beant,, highly geared. Just the thing for boys Fully
gnaranteed; -.Was $7.50. A few left.at-the
Special Sa'lePrice $4198. a
Jnst like Cat.
3-Piece ParIor Suit.
Upholstered in fine Velour. Backs not uphltrd3
~Ie- Was but inlaid with different colors of wood. Was $22.00. b
I. SaI Price $i8.90. -
Lioo furniiture Coin1
JL. WE PRE,PAYFREtG H TON$1
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WE HAVE SOLD ALL CUR
Second-Hand Engines and
BUT CAN GET SOME NEW ONES FOR YOU.
Still able to do some repairing.
we W.0. McKEiOWN & SONS,
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Large,. Comfortable, Durable. We. -;
Finished Morris Chair Velour Cush
ions in Green and. Re;Oakz'nme
Was $10 00.
Sale Price $6B
ice -__ _ __ _ _ __ _-__ _
Willow Commode Chai
raIe Prie$ 9o
Jusk ]Jke- Cttt.
ig Lamp. ParlorLam
* Sale Pricei a
~rce $O.9 . u
Just a few of these in smooth top
" (not tufted), to goat
- - was $10.00.
k, and offer -~etional
e, Seed Wheat, Ciovers, &c. -
and our prices are right.
r write us for prices.
Very large, full. nickel front, all ful
naranteed. We issue Guarantee C
-ificate with each Range sold. Pr
eiEtpaid. . I
Voit: wanted lS$0
itst d1 C't2i
14inches 2n ' $1.
16 inches 32 inch(m $2
20 inches 14 inches $3I
rn - Pbcker .
~neset, al bea tcal f r oil
Just like Cut. .1SpeciaI J
roi, side, woven wire spruiy
ass knobs, size 30x54. Was $6.50.
:2x60 wantedad $1.00.
E. GI. OOOK, Mgi
We hae a large stoc
Send us your order, o