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In Winter Goo
Hats, Shoes, S
priced to suit yi
Right at the
the busy seaso
special prices o
But that's our N
less and save
Heavy Comforts, eaci
Blankets, eacn .
Lace Pillow Shams, e
Lace Table Covers, ez
Lace Bureau Scarfs, E
Another lot of Machir
We have bargains
Don t forget our 5 anc
$:UN0, $.1 is,$.40,~ t $.00O(
$10.00I, $1 2.50, .$I5.00. a
It' est n earth for the priec, '.>e.
That are Cc
ds. All Clothing,
/ery beginning of
n we are making
n all winter goods.
vay. We sell for
you money on,
. . . . 98c. r
. 68c. '
. . . . 48c. ,'
ach . . . . lOC.
Lch . . . . Oc
ach . . . 14c.
- Oil, per bottle . . Sc "
in every department. ,
I 10 cent department. of
wne. W ne rPnsaBagi il
9Sc. $1.25. $1.48, $1.73 h a
Hose. Newest styles~ anid colors. ti
ny uiW~ 11 I phiin ( (e )urP Teles'cope ait p1
o 25 eentsi . 98Sc. t o $2.00. i
'ming Our Way g
FORE ON EARTH;
to J. W. White's.
A WEDDING AT FLORE11E
r. E. D. Smith aid Miss Anna Far
Florenee, Nov. L.-Mr. E. D. Smith,
Ljynchburg, ind Miss Anna Farley,
this city, were happily united in
arriage at the First Presbertarian
lireh of this city at 6.30 o'clock tlils
ening, the lRev. Meltori Clark pa-s
r of the church, officiating.
Mr. Smith is the well known preh
ent of the South Carolina Cotton
rowers' Association and is known
roughout the South. He is a broth
of Bishop A. Coke Smith, of the
ethodist Church. Miss Farley is one
our popular young ladies. She
is been teaching in the Florence
ly graded school for the past two
ars and is greatly esteemed by out
Aion". the visitors inl atteidanee
>on tle wedding here this evening
re the followi.g: Col. Harvey Jor
ml, of Atlania, president of the
mthern Cotton Grower's associa
m; Messrs. F. II. Weston and F. 11.
yatt, of Columbia; Dr. Ray of Cot
ree; Mr. Melver Williamso'n, or
irling.toni, and Miss Louise Smith,
Asheville, N. C., daughter of Bish
A. Coke Smith. The happy couple
it immediately after the eeremony
r tle Noribh on the Athlntic Coast
ie vestihlled train. They will be
av Ior several days onl their honey
Politics of Business.
Southern Farm Magazinie of Balti
r'm for November.
Stronly opposed as we are to the
iniiple of goveriimeit ownership
railroads, and convinced th.t ap
ication of - the principle would in
re the South immeasturable, know
that tle farmers of' the Southl
e most iiterested in the prosperity
their section and that. they are
)st, influential in (leteriniling wlat.
licies the South may adopt, we na
rally appeal to them to prevent the
mit from committing itself to a
licy of ruin. There is no reference
party politics in this, for advocacy
governmient ownership of railroads
(onifined to no party, and., we hope,
iy never become the battle-cry of
y party supposed to represent the
telligence of the American people.
our plea we realize that the aver
'e mind is inclined to anthropomor
ism, and, consequently, criticism
a preacher of the policy is the most
eetive kind of criticism of the pol
g. One may preach against ah
act evil for a thousand years and
it a move to the mourners' bench.
)r the harvest, the individual must
touched. We may be permitted to
A1 that though our critic intimates
at lie has discovereId our polities, he
AVeS one only to conjecture what he
s discovered. So, we beg to state
at wvhile a farm paper has no busi
ss in party p)olities, its bunsiness is
eiieourage farmers to turn thehi
ergies upon the politics that makee
r peace, prosp)erity, progress and.
enty. And that's our politics. It
promoting it wve happen to rum
unter to the polities of any party,
e fault is the party's.
Ocasionally we hear of a man whoim
anagedl to make good by following
s wife's adivec.
.\i the world 's a~ stage-hut the
ajoriiy of uis sit in the gallery and'
row thlingis at the performers.
A girl likes to b)e in love just so
e can say she isn't.
1 will continue my Restau*
mnt at the old stand until I car
t moved into my new quar
~rs, the Masonic Building
ext door to the Pool Room
>on't forget! For a few days
iore at the old stand, then it
ty "up-to-date" new Restau
ant, next door to Pool Room
Scontinuance of the very lib
ral patronage you have givei
te for the past 23 years wil
L. B. JONS.
To make room for our lat
out the profit for the next
gone and then say that w4
goods will not stay here a
quote you are new, goods
Dress Goods and S
86 inch Black Taffeta, worth $1.00 for 67
36 Inch Black Taffeta worth.$11,0 for 88 c
Waist Silks worth 60 ets. for 47 cents yar
Gray Mohair worth $1.25 for 97 cents yar<
Green and Blue Mohair worth $1.00 for 78
Zebeline worth 60 cents for 47 cents yard
Melanc6 suiting worth 75 cents for 47 cen
Worsted, all colors, worth 35 cts. for 12 1
Trecot Flannel worth 35 cents for 20 cent
Silk Brocade worth 35 cents yard for 23 c,
All colors Outing 4 1-2 to 14 cents yard.
Paysiiger New Bu
CHARLESTON & WESTERN CAR
Schedule in effect June 3, 1906.
Lv. Newberry(C. N. & L.) 12:36 p. m.
Ar. Laurens 1:42 p. n..
Lv. Laurens (C. &. W. C.) 2:09 p. m.
Ar. Greenville 3 :25 p. m1.
Lv. Laurens 2:07 p. i. G
A r. Spartanburg 3:40 p.m.
Lv. Spartanburg (So. Rry) 4:00 p. m.
Ar. Hendersonville 6 :35 . m.
Ar. Asheville 7:30 p. m.
Lv. Laurens (C. & W. C.) 1:50 p. m.
Ar. Greenwood 2:48 p.m.
Ar. McCormick 3:40 p). n. SM
Ar. Augusta 5:25 p. in.' to
Pullman Chair Cars between Au
gusta, Laurens and Ashevilli, tri- A.
weekly. . Leave Augusta -iuesdays, j
Thursday and Saturdays ;leave Ashe
ville Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
Note: The above arrivals and de- N.
partures, as well as connections with s
other companies, are given as infor
mation, and are not guaranteed. C.
Can. Pass. Agt.,
Geo. T. Bryan,
Greenville, S. C.
STORE YOUR COTTON.
The Standard Warehouse Com "e
pany offers its splendid facilities to che
the farmers and dealers of Carolina. abc
Warehouses located at Columbia,
Greenville, Greenwood, Orange- Ch
burg, Anderson, Newberry. lin
LOW STORAGE RATES. Th
ABSOLUTE SAFETY. s
WE INSURE YOUR COTTON. jus
Receipts good as gold.A
Inquire of your local manager for
rates or address
CHAS. T. IPSCOMB,
Secretary Standard Warehouse
Company, Columbia, S. C. S
Room for your cotton.
Take no chance, but us a safe
For Sale by
C. H. CAN NON.
and Health R~E V
~ RESTORES VITALITY
o "MQa6 a
THE gf Meg,
roate esult. InO 80 ays. Itt
Young mon can regain their lost manhood, andA
old men ma ecover tbi youthful vlgor by
Woeks rouasnes Los iar ain emoual
exces and indis re ien, wih unfits one to
study, business or matriage. IL not only cures
Iby starling atg*oo isea1 u aa r a
blth Vink elo to and c
* ra'1~i se Ins tsonha~'n EI
~ ~l~k6 p c ge rri tt
~v%toadvio u4$aret l wow A it
GUDYA Marin g Caseoli
:ut to the
-Qe stock of Christmas G
fifteen'days. Do not w
3 did not have what we
t the prices we give you,
ilks Shoes Men's 'I
Women's Patent Leatt
ets. ard Southern Bell $2 49 pal
yard.Maid of Honor worth $
Belmont worth $2.26 f4
ts yard. Old Ladies' Comfort w
L Old Ladies' Comfort w
Kennelly, worth $6.00
Full Dress worth $3.75
y. Patent Calf worth $5.0
cents yd' - Patent Calf worth $3.7
A special line of Mer
ts yard. $15 00, worth much mo
-2 cts. yard. Men's and Boys' Shi
Shirts worth 75 centi
a yard. Shirts worth 60 centi
Now is the time to I
3nts yard. cut the prices.
Hats and caps for I
0.'S DRY GOODE
ilding, just below the Smith Co. Gro<
HE BANK OF F
ipital Stock - -
idivided profits -
nterest allowed at rate of 4 per c
5pecial attention to farmers' a
all, none too large to enlist our be.
neet and greet you. Call in.
G. Wise, President. G.
F. Browne, Cashier. Ht
Board of Dire
L. Black. A. H. Hawkins.
S. Birge. J. S. Wheeler.
P. Boozer. G. Y. Hunter
he longest pole knocks down the per
w York. While there secured the
ap things (not in quality but in or
)ut complete and we invite inspection
Age hammer prices, and in Dress Goo
m 5c. yd. to $1.50. Elegadt Ginghau
ecked Homespun 5C. UP, Jeans, Fln
e Clothing, men's, youths' and boy
w York scooped lot of Boys' Clothin
is breaks all records. First lot about
mn. Hats and Caps, new Broadway n
r.ewest and prettiest. Dor't take 0i
t right. For Groceries, IHardware, E
and Bay State Shoes, Drop Head Si
irs. 1793 old reliable Domestic Mac
:,ooo bushels Seed Red Oats, r-acked
leautiful Parlor Organ, Oak, $45.00.
Makng 24th GA
Maig24 HUNDRED Barrels<
EE FLOUR Just Received and vw
Best Patent $4.50
Best H alf Pat. 4.00
Best Meal SOc. bush<
Best Grits $1 .75 sacl
PRO SPE R IT3
Where you find Shield Bra
it is a safe p lace to trade
they are sodb elal
everyjwhere. Be sure to a
'Kiser's King $3.5
for men, and you will get
money's worth. Made
styles and all the popu
Leathers, Patent Colt, N
Gun Metal, Box Calf, etc
M. C. Kiser Company
o-ods. We just cut
ait utitil goods are
advertised, for the
for the goods we
adis' and Children's.
er worth $3 00 for $2.50 pair.
2.25 for $1.73 pair.
r $1.78 pair.
orth $1 60 for $1.85 pair.
orth $2.25 for $1.86 pair.
for $4.50 pair.
kQuality worth $4.00 for $3.47 pr
for $2.97 pair.
0 for $4 73 pair.
5 for $2.97 pair.
's and Boys' Suits'from $1.50 to
rts worth $1.00 and $1.50 at 78c.
for 49 cents.
i for 43 cents.
uy Underwear, and we have
den, Boys and Ladies at cut
- - 12,160.00
ent. on time deposits.
ccounts. No account too
t attention. It is a pleasure
Y. Hunter, Vice-President.
Lnt, Hunt & Hunter, Attys.
P. B. Warner
J. F. Browne.
A. G. Wise.
;immon." Just returned from
new things, nice things and
icc). Our immense stock is
. We can only mention a few
ds the new things, shades, etc.,
ns 5c. yd., Homespun 5C. up.,
nel, Outings full line. Elegant
s', and Overcoats. While in
g which we offer at 49c. suit.
sold out second lot expected
tyles. In Millinery we have
ir word, come and see, prices
:c., we lead the van. Battle
3wing Machines wasrranted 1o
bine, $65.0o kind $25.00
>f that CHOICE TENNES
hile it lasts to go at
nd Shoes i A