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ineteen IIundred Six
has known no such
bargains as we will
have at the begin=
ning of : : : :
Nineteen Hundred Sevenj
Watch for our An=
nouncements a n d
come here, where
your trade is fully
jUR business policy during next year will
* I~7be the same as in the past. Everyone
* knows just what to expect when they *
* come here and that is the way we are going to
* keep it. With due appreciation for liberal S
* patronage in the past, we shall endeavor to
U merit a continuance of same. - - -
K. R. M CM A STIER.
Read This. NOTICE.
TeAuditor or Deputy will be at the
floigplaces on date mentioned
for the purpose of taking tax returns
If you Want to I for the fiscal year 1907. The limit is
February 20th. All are respectfully
*requested to attend so a full return
sureill be made. Upon all returns not
sure made by the 20th. of February. the
law requires that .50 per cent. of last
Your cotton, return will be added.
Furni- Lumpkin's Store, Tuesday, January
Your Dwelling and Fun Bankhead's Store, wednesday, Jan
ture, Mitford, Thursday, January 3.
Peay's Store, Saturday, January 5.
Your Barn and Stock, winnshoro, Monday, January 7.
Stevenson's, Tuesday. January 8.
You Stre uiling C. M. Ladd's, Wednasday, January
Buckhead, Thursday, January 10.
Your Merchandise, Feastevillea dFriday and Saturday,
W. B3. Estes'. Monday, January 14.
CALL ON w. L. Rosborough's, Wednesday,
Janua ry 16.
NWisboro, Friday aud Saturday,
January iS and 19.
Monticello, Friday and Saturday,
J. W ilson Wiinbboo, Mo"ay,J-nur S
Simpson's, TuLesdlay, Janiuary 29.
TYPEWRITER HEADQUARTERS day, Wed - i ay and Thur.
142 ai S.,Columbia, S. C. BFyhewod n iriday and Saturda.s
___________________ Winn sboro, Monday and Tues.la.,
SouthCaroina gentFebruary 4 and .5.
SouthCaroina gentLon4town, Smith's stor(e, Wednet
DENSMORE TYPEWRITER-The da, > ary 7.Rev' tr,T r
best writing machine at any price. day, February 8.v' soe ''u
CHICAGO TYPEWRITFR-T h e da,Cetrvil,uiary FerSr.9
best for the price-4 and $50. M13. L. Cooper's, Mond.ty, Febr a
ALL MAKES-Rented, Exchanged, Wvood ward, Thu rsdav, Februa:~ry 1-4
Rought. Repairing on the premises by White Oak, Friday, FebruaLry 1->
an expert. Winnsbor, Salturday, Februa rv 11.
expert.Park's Store, Mondav, February 1S
RUBBER STAMP FACTORY- Winnsboro, Tluesday and Wednecs
Stamps made every day on the prem- day, February 19 and 20.
ises. Stencil Plates, Daters, Number- E. F. PA G AN,
ing Machines, Check Punches of all 12-5tf Auditor Fairfield County.
kinds. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
OFFICE SUPPLIES AND FUR- COCS
NITURE-Everythin g from a Pen C OCS
Point to a Roll Top Desk. Sectional
Filing Case, Bookca"e an "- Bulbs and Seeds
FOR PLANTING NOW.
WILL BE CONTINUED IN Eacil......h........ Do.
the future the same as in the past . Chiese acred Lily 15e 1 2.5
in the old establishment in all its Hyacinths (Roman)... 05c 60
departments with a full stock of Hyacinths (Dutce ll..)10.6
Caskets, Burial Cases and Coffins Jonquils oos).............. 0c to.5
constantly on hand, and use of Narcissus.................... 3.5 to 30
hearse when requested. Tulips, all colors....... 30 to 50(
Thankful for past patronage Daisy, Hollyhock, Pansy, Phlox, I
and solicitous for a share in the PopPJpy c aSeeea, redlO
future, in the old stand. pieU page Trpiod.
Calls attended to at all hours.GieUaTrlOdr. I
TR E1IiTTfLNS'P Greenhouses,
J. M. ELLIOTT & CO.
- COLUMBIA, S. C.
J. D. McMEEKIN, C.SPJLYM D
Dentist. \VINNSBOR O, S. C.
WINNSBORO, S. c. Offices: 4 Law Range.
MORE RAILROAD LINES.
The South Ca olina Public Service
Corporation Proposes Extensive
Development in ThIs State.
The route of the proposed rail
road to be built by the South
Carolina Public Service corpora
tion of New York city was ex
plained at a meeting held in Lex
ington Monday. The meeting waE
similar to the one recently held
in Orangburg for the purpose ol
interesting the local people in thE
subscription to tha stock. Thc
Lexington dik patch says:
"The meeting was called to or
der by Col. Geo. Bell Timmer
man, who nominated Mr. Samuel
B. George, our worthy clerk ol
court, who is always full of plncl
and energy, ever ready to takE
hold of any thing that has an eyE
for the betterment of his town
county and state, as chairman
D. R. Haltiwaiger was electec
"Mr. 'Vat Etten, in an impre2
sive and businessihke mannei
explained the objet of his visit
He asked that all those living
along the proposed route co-oper
ate with them in their worl
That 90 per cent. of the stock
had already been subscribed by
northern capitalists, ai;d there
only remains 10 per cent to be
taken up. This 10 per cent. is to
be subscribed by parties along
the proposed line, tot by the
people of Lexington alone, but
by parties living in the towns
ud couutry alike, along the
"The line, if complttt d, will be
300 niles in length. and at an es.
imated cost of $20,000 per mile,
t will taLke $10,000,000 to c.>n
truct the road.
"There are 30 engineers now
it work on the survey and the
irt corps will reach Lexington
n about 30 days.
"The line will come by way of
) angeburg, Sandy Rin, Bakers
rille, New Brookland into Co
umbia; from Columbia it will
ake a direct line to Winns
>oro, Chester, Rock Hill, on to
Jharlotte, N. C., with a loop
rom Columbia through Brook
and to Lexington, Rocky Well,
ip through the Ella section to
Etheredge, Fox, Mt. Willing,
Emory and to Saluda Court
Elouse, thence to Greenwood,
bbeville, Anderson, Greenville,
partanburg, Union and connect
.ng again at Clester, compl.ting
-he loop. A branch fiom Saluda
Court House to Newberry on up
to Laurens, and in this way all
the important towns of the up
ountry will be reached."
Mr. Van .Etten has intereste d a
number of New York capitalists
in the plans and the company has
been capitalized at $10,000,000.
It is said that a number of pr-om
inent South Carolinians are in
terested and Mr. Van Etten has
recently wiitten the author
ities here for information abont
the available water power sup
plied from this territory aud o
ther information of that kind
which is take-n to mean that the
campany will not confine itself to
railroad buiiding.-The State.
Therm's a Hill at Bowie, T x ,
that's twice as big as last y ear.
This wonder is WV. L. IIil, w'ho
from a weight of 90 pounds has
grown to over 180. He say s:
"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. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs aind Colds.
Now, after taking 1-2 bottles, I
ave moure than doubi- d in weight
and am comnpletely eured." Only
ure (oi'gh a;,d Cold c u r e.
Gua a1teI bs Jno. Hi. Mcla.ster
& Co, dru.Lgilts. 50.s and $1.00.
l'al bottie flue.
P.est Kir d if Education.
N , ...i'iis Iso5 good a s
:y~ t. tu-b's a b'oy howv to
ar h i g. I f be c-tn have
. of r * 'b r ipm po:ses SO
nw h -i- ter; 'in. e m-m't have
>pmet. lIut ' :inning how to
saru 'a liviig is fudamental.
Whether- tLra :p int ice system
jas broken d:.wu bec-aise of fac
tory prodluction or the restric
ion of labor unions or the un will
ingness of boys to snumit to it,
>f which there is some evidence,
the one fact that is pretty clear is
hat it has broker, down. Hence
bhe trade school jast opened in
this city, the first trade school
which is a part of a public school
ystem, is an exceedingly valuable
feature of our schools. It will be
to grow in value and other cities
will pay us the hono'r of iumita
ting it.-Philadelphia Record.
It is a mistake to use a violent eathar
;ic to open the bowels. A gentle mxov
nent will accomiplish the samie results
vithout causing distress or serious con
lequenes later. DeWitt's Little Earlyv
Risers are recommnende.]. Sold by all
LAND FOR SALE.
3NE THOUSAND ACRES
of good farming land near
White Oak, cut to suit i'ur
chaser. For tu;rms ap; ly to
S. W. & G. W. Wilkes, Wilkes
less expense t
SCHNAPPS has been
paper so that every che
opportunity to get acqu
facts and know that drt
to produce the cheering
the famous Piedmont cc
tobaccos, and that SCHN.
ought to chew. Still th
who accept other and c
that do not give the same
OTICE OF APPLICA=
ice of Application for Charter of
he South Carolina Pubiic Service
'orporation, which if granted wil'
onfer among other things, Power
'o Condemn Lands and other Prop
rty for all Corporate Purposes.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
t under and pursuant to the pro
ion of Article IV.., Chapter XLIII.,
Volume L., Code of Laws of the State
South Carolina, 1902, and Acts
nendatory thereto, the Undersigned
iard of Corporators will on Wednes
y the sixteenth day of January, A.
1907, at 12 o'clock . of that day,
ke application to the Secretary of
te, ofthe State of South Carolina,
ais office in the City of Columbia, in
e said State, for a charter for the
UTH CAROLINA PUBLIC SERVICE
IRPORATION, in pursuance of the
:~laration heretofore filed and the
f the said Charter be granted, the
.d Corporation will be autbodzedd
d empowered to condemn lui.ds and
:er property for its proposed Rail
d or Railway tracks and stations,
d landings for its proposed Steam
t business or system, and for all
er corporate purposes of the said
rporation, as fully set forth and stat
in the said Declaration and Petition
*w on file in the said office of the
retary of State, to which Declara
i, reference is hereby specially made
a part of this notice, and proposes
condemn lands and other property
all of its corporate purposes, if nee
~ary in the following counties, to
: Charleston, Berkeley, Dorches.
-Orangebu rg, Richiand, Lexington
uda, Green wood, Abbeville, Ander
, G reeniville, Spartanburg, Chero
, York, Chester, Fairfield, Union
wberry, Laurens, Aiken, Colletor
*d Bamberg, in the State of Souti
rolina, and Mecklenburg County ir
e State of North Carolina; and als<
tne following towns and cities: Char
ton, Orangeburg, Columbia, Lexing
, Saluda, Greenwood, Abbeville
derson, Greenville, Gaffney, York
le, Rock Hill, Chester, Union, Lau
s, Newberry, Aiken and Bamberg
id other cities and towns in thi
uties above mentioned, and to own
struct, equip, and op)erate a Rail
y or Railway system for local busi
s, within the said towns and cities
Joseph J. Timmnes,
J. C. LaVin,
Joseph A. Bill,
George Fleck. Jr.,
John P. Bonney,
(Chas. R. Van Etten,
John F. Timmes,
John C. Lott,
Joseph A. Craig,
Robert H. Jennings,
Lawrence M. Pinckney.
Board of Corporators
PENING OF BOOKS OF
tice of the Opening of the Books o!
Subsription to the Capital Stock 01
te South Carolina Public Servic<
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
t by virtue of a Conmmission issued
the undersigned Board of Corpora
s by the Hon. Jesse T. Gantt, Sece
ary of State. for the State .of South
~rolina, and dated the nineteenth (19)
day of Novenmber, 1906. Books of
bscription to the Capital Stock of
eSorrr CA1~RUNA PULI SERu
E Conl'ourrioN wvill be opened, b.y
undersigned Corporators, at the of-.
of the said1 South Carolina Public
iice Corporation, Edisto Butiding
he city of Orangeburg, State of
th Carolina. on Wednesday, the
h, (9) th. day of January, A. ID.
)7, at 10 o'clock a. m. of that day,
dwill be kept open until the whole
he Capital Stock, as provided in
d Commission, or a sulticient part
ereof as required by law shall have
n subscribed. November 22nd., 1906.
Joseph J. Trimmens,
J. C. La Vin,
Joseph A. Bill,
George Eleck, Jr.,
JohnI P. Boney.
(Clas. R. Van Etten,.
John F. Timimes,
John C. Lott,
Joseph A. Craig,
Robert II. Jenninge,
Lawvrence M. Pinckney,
-Bo)ard of Corporators.
R RENT--A 5-room cottage
ear Main street, with a good
ell of water and other c>nve
iences. For terms apply to
J 0n Boag
Lesson to College Graduates
The success of Samuel Spencer
affor Is a les,on to ambitions
mn. He was a college graduate
--i first honor man at two univer
sities-aud didn't mind getting
his hands dirty. H3 began as a
rodman, saw hard service, and
won iis way because he mastered
every duty and knew the business
from top to bottom. When Pier
pont Morgan took the old R. and
D. road and decided to make a
big Southern Railway system he
wanted a man who was born in
the South, who knew railroadin
from the botton up, who unders
tood financing, and knew how tl
handle.men. It was because Sam
uel Spencer had demonstrate I
that he knew what to do, becaus
he had done it, that Morgan. put
him at the head of the system
and told him to' make of th'
good,, and Mr. Spencer more than
measured up to the expectations
of the owner of the road andi
made their earnings larger than
they had hoped.
The college graduate. who i.
waiting for somebody to come
along and put him in a big place
where he need never get hi
hand dizty, can learn a lesson
fiorn the success of "Mr. Spencei.
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy--A Guar
If you suffer from Dysyepsia or In
digestion in any form, gas, belching,
bitter taste, offensive bad breath. dizzy
spells, sour stomach, heart Ilutter,
nausea, gastritis, loathing of food, pains
or swelling in thestoimach, back or side
deep-seatcd kidney or liver trouble,
theni they will iisaplar in a short
time after taking Tyner's Dyspepsia
ReIMdV, m1iate LSpCcially to e u r e
Dyspepsia, Indigestion and all Stomach,
Trouble, even of the worst casts.
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy expels tLe
gases and sweetens the breath. it N
cures Sivi 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, S. C.
Lot, in town of Winnsboro,
situated on Liberty street, 1 acre, th
good community. vi,
Lot, in the town of Winnsboro, of
corner of Liberty and Fraser Ai
streets, size 105x210 feet. BC
House and lot in the town of da
Blackstock, 3 rooms, 2 porches, in
good v._ll, barn, shade trees, 4 St
acres in lot, beautiful location, at
easily improved, rents for Q5.00 th
per month. c
Farm, 176 acres, 120 in cultiva- D
tion, 56 second growth timber, C(
subsoll, orchar d very fine. en- sa
closed with woven wire, dwelling,a
in good condition, 5 rooms, 3o
porches, well, 2 barns, 5 tenant
houses, 3 branches, 2 springs, 1+ bo
miles from the corporate limits of ot)
the town of Wfnnsboro, rents for C
8 bales cotton. na
Farm, 1,365 acres, 11 miles iSE
Blackstock, known as the "Hog ti
Fork" plantation, 350 in cultiva- t
tion, 25 original pine, 300 second to
growth, 200 pasture, land lies e
well, sandy, grey and black jack ,'"
Iseveral orchards, 2-story dwelling, s
6 rooms, 4 wells, 2-st: ry barn, 4 so
stalls and loft, 13 tenant houses,
good repair, rents for 30 bales
coiton. '.I his property 1s 5 miles C:
of Great Falls. Railroad nowt
being built; will have station 4j
miles fromiplantation. to
Farm, 100 acres, 4- miles of A
B3lythewood, known as the "An- V
drew Perry" farm, 15aceinr
cultivation, all can he cultivated, cc
1 tenant house, Twenty-five Mile
creek runs thbrough place. 11
Farm, 175 acres, 7 miles White
Oak, Fairfieldl county, 50 acres
cultivation, 20 acres timber, 20
acres fine bottom land, grey, red
clay and black jack, Wateree
creek runs through place, 1
branches, 3 tenant houses, all
under fence and cross wire, unex
celled pasture, rents for 6 bales
Farm, 103 acres, 8 miles Black
stock, Faiafield county, 60 acres
in cultivation, grey soil, rolling,
easily improved, well watered, 3
springs, 3 and 4 room dwelling,
good small barns. Now being
worked on shares.
Farm, 340 acres, 4 miles Black
stock, Fairfield county, 50 acres
in cultivation, 20 acres rich bot- t
tomus, balance in broken land and to
timber, 7 room dwelling, barn,It
well, 3~ springs, 2 brauches, rents
for 1,500 lbs. cotton. th
F~arm, 816 acres, postoffice Flint S
Hlill, 10 miles Winusboro, 150O.
acres in cultivation, 500 acres thi
'large second growth timber, 50 i(
acres enclosed, 25 acres bottoms,
subsoil, 2 springs, 2 branches,s
2 2-room and 3 1 room houss n
Fine grazing lands and a good in
vestment for one wanting timber. of.
C. W. McCANTS, Manager,
Winnsbor o, S. C.
Money to Loan.
I Thave marie ar'rang~ements to iiego
tiate leans oni !r-t mnortgage of reail
estate in this county fin sums of not
les thani $: an'J-d paya.M;e Hi: rt less
t han Iiv\ 'e ars. The rat of'~ interest
is tuiglt per eenft Iin -umL] un'cr $1.000 1F(
anti sevel per cell1 Wt onl simls of t Iat
chatrge*i. The- ItGrrower pays for ab
stract atnd expens~es. -
J.E. McDONA LD,
.. ....... T i
bought a supply of tobacco with
g hirnself with the distinctive taste
STobacco, which has the~ cheering
~ratify his desire to chew, and at
ian cheap tobacco.
.dvertised in this Some day they'll get a tastc of the real
wer has had an Schnapps-they'll re.lize what enjoyment
ainted with the they've missed b~y not'getting SCHNAPPS
gs are not used ln g-te hyl ellk ikn
quality found m ogaote hyl ellk ikn
untry flue-cured themselves.
.PPS is what he SHAP ssl vrweei
ere are chewers SHAP ssl vrweei
heaper tobaccos cent cuts, and 10 and 15 cent plugs. B
pleasure. sure you get the genuine.
stop y.r Lut Rg Irritation, reiv - aa
and d&iv out your Chronic Cld y e
: -f tlyscientif, CTL r
"Our lite daughter d;
with consumtion o. t 'nct"v- a
in depairo, -whin iias dh-er.Lg
perety hase hnd anS hasthe.l rcz"lz m7= cre- t
JNO. ih. McMASTER & CO., McMASTER CO. and
OBEAR DRUG Co.
*:Don't Yo Need!
A small Gasoline Engine and Wood
* Saw to cut your Winter Wood? - - o
S The Engine is a nice thing to run well
too. Cuffie has gotten above this sort
of work now, you know. - =
er Drop us a card and we will do the E
*a rest. = - - -
W. 0. MVcKeown & Sons9
Cornwells, S. C.
Open Bgggies = = = = == $35.00~
Top 'Buggies = =--==--=$41.00
We have a carload of them at theseprices,
G (REGORY=CONDER MULE CO.,
m117 Plain Street. COLUMBIA, S. C.
COTTON GINNERS AND MACHINERY OWNERS
Write for prices on the following
Drills Gug~e Co':ks Oi! Cups Mi. Rumi:~ r i Ptrs
Hack Saws Oil Cans B.lt, Leatr Fjecto'rs:::r
Fittings InijectorsPi. - P l
Lace Leather Packing all kin~~ Si:2 : Ci!ars for shaing: : i
eile in mxachinery su ppiies.
ComiaM Supply Con - - - - Columbia, S. C.