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Of the Guinness Murder Gets
Blacker and Blacker.
KILLED FOUR PEOPLE
At u Christians Jollity at Her I,a
Porto Home-Tho Mood Lust ol'
This Horrible Woman Surpasses
Anything ol' (he Kimi in Modern
A dispatch from La Torte, J ml .
says tho mordor ol' four persons she
had invited to her 'House of Hor
rors" as her guests at a Christmas
party, ls tho latest atrocity charged
to Mrs. Holle Guinness, l,U Colic's
areli assassin, who ls hoing sought by
tho polieo ol practically tho whole
I'Tom a careful identification of
tho unidentified bodies which havo
been recovered I rc ni tho "soil, spots"
o? llrooksiue farni, and thc compari
son of oilier evidence, il is now al
most c?rtala thai Uto woman slayer
com ui ll lcd her quadruple crime on
Christmas night ol' 190C.
.lennie Olson. .Ioho Moo. (d' 101 bow
Cake, Minn., end a mail and woman
known only as the "professor and his
wife wore on (hat night the victims
of Ibo Guinness woman's passion for
This discovery corroborator in de
tail tho statement hy IO m i I Greening,
once Mrs. Guinness' chore boy. who
bas boon Interviewed in Oklahoma
Greening said that after the parlj
held nt Mrs. Guinnoss' house Chi isi
mas day, luOG, and Hie next day, I >c
eomhOr 21?, he noted Ibo disappear
ance ol' all the guests. When tie
asked Mrs. Guinness where the vis
itors bad gone, she said that the
professor and bis wile who were ?i
Ibo bouse, bad gone back lo their
stdiool near Los Angelos, California,
and bad taken .lennie Olson .villi
Ono of the eien al (he Christmas
party is now known lo have been
.lohn Moo. ol' I'll how Lake. Minn., bul
tho persons remaining n> lie I dun ti fled
are tho ones described as the profes
sor and his wife,
Heretofore ii has been generally
thought thai fOinll Greening was
wrong in saying Hint lhere was any
woman guest al the Christmas party
besides .Tonnie Olson. The explana
tion made was that probably Green
ing saw a mau dressed in woman's
Ko Ul* bodies were lound in one
grave. One ol' llsoni has been identi
fied as that Of .lennie Olson and an
other as the remains of .lim .Moo
Tho third is thal of a woman, and
the fourth a man of unknown iden
tity as yet.
There are reasons to believe Mis
Guinness prepared tor this slaughter
weeks ahead The graves were dug
two months a henel by llrtjiskl, a Pol
ish laborer, who (lid odd jobs for
Mrs. Guinness. The proceeding Oct
ober Mrs. Guinnoss was making
girls' drosses, and when asked by
one ot' Hie neighbors what she was
doing, she said ?he drosses were foi'
.lennie Olson, who was going away
li may bo presumed from thc
shreds bf evidence now in tito posos
sion of County Prosecutor Smith thal
Mrs. Guinness bad plotted to kill
three persons bu ihb occasion tho
so called professor, lils wife and .lon
nie O'-on. bul Moo willi his $1,500
arrived in ?1USW . lo Mrs. Gllilllios
matrimonial advert ivonienl inst in
Hmo to join Hie parly and to ho
killed ami buried with tin- oile r.
Men who discovered ibis IllrgC
grave with the lour corpses, say each
body bad been butchered .md dissect
ed in Hie samo mann.T.
Willi a saw I lie legs wei" cut in
two above Ibe knee, ibo a i 111 s were
removed al ike socket- and Hie heads
eui off. The pieces wei" soporatod
and were wrapped in burlap appar
ently so that the packages could bo
handled more readily by the woman.
.1. M. Rendan, or Manfred. \. H.,
half brother of .fotiii Moo. Identified
Hie w al e|) found in Canipbere's poe'?
et Tb" nu m ber on Hie case and the
works, correspond with the numbers
given by houdini as those in Mob's
Coroner Mack- rocolvod a letter
from Mrs. Henry WjlXOr, N. 8254 Ma
ple streol, Toledo. o" declaring her
fear that her (laughter, who was a
graduate of Valparaiso College, bad
been a victim ol the arch assassin.
The girl disn|iponrod from her
home oh November (8, lim:!, af lei
saying she was going to visit a friend
in Ha Porto. She was never beard
"We will.bring Roy Lamphore for
his pari in the murders committed
by Mrs. Rei lo Guinness ai her 'I louse
ol' l-i?l'rors' and we will clear up
many of Hie mysteri?s w bil li sur
rounded lb" g I'C II I I.a Poll" ca: e be
t?re the g I'll Ucl jury completes Itv
This statement wa< made by the
stale's Attorney rt. N. ?Smith, as tim
I.a Porte grand jury hogan Hie se
cond day's session of Ifs Investigation
of the great mystery,
Chief of Police .Cochrane IH In re
ceipt of a letter from New York say
ing Ills life will psi the forfeit Unless
bo censos his activity.
Another probable victim id' Mrs.
DRINK MORE WATER.
.MOST l'KOIM.H DHIXK KNTIHHIA'
TOO lil l ru:.
lt Should Ho Taken Chiefly Hot ween
Meals lind Not While Anting-(Jive
the Water ('uro a TH uh
One of the most universal dietetic
failings i? to neglect to take enough
Water into the system. When one
stops to think oT tho many functions
which water has to perform in tho
hod)', the need o? a largo supply is
realized. The nses ol' water in tho
body nuty he sumnuuT/ed as follows:
It furnishes tho blood willi a flnid
medium so (hat nourishment may he
taken to all parts of Hie hotly and
the waste removed, and this causes
rapid changes in the tissues.
2. lt enters into ihe composition
of all I issues of I he body.
li forms Hie chief ingredient of
all the thuds of the laxly anil main
tains their proper degree ot dilution
4. li si:r\es io distribute tho hon I
of i he bi dy.
H reg?lales Ihe temporal ure (lf
I the body hy the process of absorpt ion
li h es tl in a tod thai wat or com
poses about 70 per cont of Hi?; entire
body weight, and il ls an almost
universal solvent. Us Import anio,
therefore lo the system cannot be
Tin amount Of water required by
a heal ?15 individual in twenty-four
hours is on an iivornge between sixty
five ami seventy ounces, besides
,'lboul twenty ounces taken in tts lill
ingredient of solid food, Illili mo h -
in;-; a lotte of eigtty-flvo lo n'.nety
A great many people loading sed
Ciliary lives take too lillie water, and
also err in laking it for tho most
purl whee outing. A CM'tttln amount
a water should lorin a part, of ? vory
meal, and particularly ls it necessary
10 those Who have very active tlltf.CS
lt a-sists tho escupe from the
stomach of those substances made
soluble by Hie action ol' He" .?? 0 trie
juico and the churning effect of Ihe
stomach, and will oftentimes make
digestion comfortable when it other
wise would bo attended with dis
While some liquid should be ink eu
with the meals, the foods should not
be washed down, for lids inte?'furoi
with digestion (especially starch
digestion), and may also cause (lie
Individual to swallow morsels of food
altogether too large and resisting for
Hie stomach to manage comfortably.
The proper timo for laking the
hulk of fluid is between meals, par
ticularly early In the morning before
breakfast, and ul night before retir
MI Si' ItK-KXltOI.Ij.
All Who Want to \<?te Must (?cl Ww
In order thal the electors may
properly understand the net passed
by the lasi legislature in regard to
the re-enrollment ol voters WO pub
lish il below:
"Section I. 11<. it enacted by tho
(Jonerai Assembly ol' Hie State ?d'
South Carolina, That Ibo Supervisors
of Registration in each County of the
Stale are required t<? re-onrolt all
the qualified electors in this State
during I he year I !>HS.
"See, 2. Thal at tin' same Hine
the said Supervisors shall register nit
persons who may nuike application
therefor and who may be entitled
I lu reto.
"Sec. " Thal lor tin- purpose of
.-U(h enrollment and registration tho
said Supervisor shall keep ihe books
ol' reggis! ral ion open at the several
OoU?ll.V seals every day (Sunday ex
cepted), between the hours ol' nine
a. m. and six p. m. (luring the months
bf lily and August, IfJOS; and in ad
dition Hi?relo they -hall attend, dui
inn llie mont li ot" September, IMUS,
at least one day in each township,
in their respective Conidios, of which
lill least len dtl.VS' notice shall lie giv
en by advertisement in a newspaper
publish in the Cbutity; and in Coun
ties containing lift;, thousand Inhab
itants they .hall attend in Oneil eily,
town of hulUstlrnl community, con
taining three hundred Or more In
habitants, at least one day upon sim
Heyan Carrie-. Alabama,
In tin- primary .election in Ala
bama on Tuesday llryan beal .John
son three lo (nie. This give;-. Hryan
Hie solid Alabama delegation.
A Singh ol' ile- Times; "Situation
Profesional piety is satisfied wit lt
i ie? salary.
The public is quick to detect sham,
ion quicker to forget it.
(iuiMiess came lo Puhl Tuesi!?iy~w??"n
Investigation was started for Abra
ham Phillips, ol Iteliinglon. \V. Va.,
who lofl lhere in February, I?M17, (<
come tr> I .a Porto to marry "a rich
widow," name unknown, fte lofl his
farm and other properly in Wost Vu
ginia. bul took a lue. MIDI of money
with him. Ile lias not been seen
since, 'fhe. relatives of Phillips tie
IIOVO Hie "rich widow" was Alis.
SOLID FOR BRYAN
Delegates instructed For Him By
the State Convention.
WITHOUT ANY DEBATE
Tho Iron ('Ind Resolutions Instruct
inn RH* Iii? firent Commoner Weif
Passed Vt li hold Any Discussion or
Division.-Til? Rryun Sentiment
Was Nearly t'liuiilmous.
Tho st;u<> D?mocratie Convention
put itself squarely on record tor vVil-l
'iain Immings H l'y a li on Wednesday
as lin- Doinoci'atlc candidate for Pres-j
?(loni. Tia- convention, whieu mot nt
noon in Cul mn Ina on Wednesday, to
select eighteen del?galos io ino Dein-1
.u raiic Nal ional Convention, four at
large ami tv\o caell from tho seven
congressional districts, voted In fav
or of Insli'iiotlng ils entire delegation
to vol.- lor Hiyan al Denver, "first,
last ami all tho lime." A resolution'
ot lids "ft''ci was adopted without
il i \ isiou.
Kx-Spcnkei of the House M. H.
Sm 11 li was made pormanonl chairman
and made a patriotic address lo the
eon venl hui, ti flor whicn other per
iiiuiioni ailleurs wera chosen. The
present secretaries were reelected.
Senator Cl i I ? on was made treasurer
and J, S. Wilson sergeant af arma,
j Pernitninol vice presidents were
chosen as follows, each going lu with
out opposition; Fifth district, C. M.
Wiggins; second district, 1). S. Hen
derson; third district, H. A. Thomp
son, fourth (listriOt, Howard H. Car
lisle; fifth district. .1. Harry K?ster;
sixth district, Hr. Olin Sawyer, seven
th (1 IslrInt, lt. I. Manning.
Immediately after organizing al
resolution was Introduced referring
all tin- resolutions io Hie resolutions
committee, inn while this was Imme
diately amended so as io except tho
resolutions referring to instructing
or not Instructing the delegation to
Denver, the Hryan people llis'sling
thal ii was milch more manly ami
cotirngcuiH lo ..?.;. n this question
directly und unbiased hy any com
The fust. resolution calling for
Hryan ramo from Kditor W. H. llou
Kiiles, of Tho Slate Several '?'in rs
offered resolutions alon:; the same
line. Mr. Ilorhdoii introduced a res
olution carrying oui Senator Till
man's iden ol' Instructing tho delora
Hon to adopt tho unit rule. 'fhis
was voled down, and an effort was
then liiailo lo carry the whole in lu to l'
over to lin- evening session, but H Ills
Filially a substitute was offered hy
\V. c. Polloch thal the delegation he
Instructed lo vote for Hryan first,
lasi aral all the time, fut) r?solutions
committee tu suitably draft such a
resolution during tho afternoon for
adoption in the evening session. This
was adopted amid cheers from all
portions of the hall. The convention
then took a recess for dinner and re
assembled ai S o'clock.
After i he convention reassembled
in the evening the comimttoo on prat
form and resolutions reported tim
following, which was unanimously
"We lionrjHIy endorse, as the can
didate ni the Democratic party for
presidcni of Ike Cnited Stall's, Wil
liam .leanings Hryan and ll01'0b,\ in
struct mu? direct that lim vol" of
South Carolina in the national con
vention at Denver he east as a unit
for his nomination lilli ll tho same
is se? net d."
Hy lin- terms of this, resolution the
Routh Carolina delegates are bound
to suppo: i Hryan on the first ballot
?is well as on every subsequent bal
lot unless his name should be WI til-1
drawnTbe meaning bf Ibo resolution
is thal be, Rey a li will got IS voles,
from South Carolina "first, last and
all the time." as declared in the Pol
lock resolution adopted ia the morn
The convent ion then proceeded to
olcol deh?gtlt?? to carry out the above
instructions. Senators Tillman and
dary wo e oleeted b> acclamai ion as
two delegates at largo and Cen. Wilie
.tones and fol ll. ll. Welkins were
elected hs Hie oilier two by the con
vention. W. I'\ Stevenson. T H
Crews, .1 H." Crme and H. H. Smith
wore eb cted alternates.
Th? nominations foi- district dele
cates, were linn announced as fol
Hirst tl Isl rici T. R. Wariin', and
Dr. I". .1 Carroll, alt?rnalos, .1. H
McCoy and W. K. Kirby.
Seiand district H. .1. Williams
and I. R 11 urie;. ; alternate. \'. Chris
'I hird ili'-t rici l<< nuc? h rinker and
w. .1. Sli'lblliig; ah?rnalos, 111 Qi
Tillman and C. D. Mann.
Knurl li dist rici ic K. Townsend
and Vi . C. Hlaek; allernnles, Clarence
Cunningham and S. ,i. Nichols.
Fifth district .lohn c. Richards,
Jr., and .). M. Cherry ! alternates, W.
W. pix8011 and N. W. Hardin.
Sixth district .1. ll. Manning and
D. ll Traxbr; alternats, W. lt. An
drews and I ?. A. Spivey.
Hove ll til district T. H. Hranlley
?ind ,1. II. Clifton; alternate, J. S.
These nominations wore continued
by Hie Convention.
Di. Saw yer nominated Senator Till
man (ia lil om liol' of tho national exec
utive committee und ho was ?fleeted
SVMPATHY K(>ti Tlf.h>?<\N.
Sinti? Democratic Convention Ilogret
tod Mis Sickness.
My a unanimous rising vote tile
State Democratic Convention Wednes
day adopted a resolution presented
by Mr. i), h. Sluttier of Charleston,
expressing tho sympathy of the party
tor Senator Tillman and regretting
his absence from tho councils of thc
Democracy at this Important time.
In presenting tho resolution Mr.
"Tho absence of our senior Sena
tor by reason of his protracted sick
ness is very regrelablo and deprives
Hiis Convention of hts wiso counsel
and aide leadership. Ills prominence
In mttional political circles-in's tn?
m il ia lit \ wit li party conditions and
the confidence of the people, which
he ?MIJoys to so marked a degreo,
makes him a potent factor in party
conventions, and I am sure that okeh
of us will miss bini for this gather
ing, where lie is wont to lill so con
spirions a part.
"I. therefore, offer tho following:
"Resolved, Thal the Democrats of
.South Carolina, in Slate Convent ion
assembled, express to Senator ll. K.
Tillman their sympathy with him in
Iiis unfortunate sickness.
"Resolved, Thal we regret bis on
forced absence and shall miss his
"Resolved, 't hat it is tho earnest
hope of his fellow Democrats Hud he
be speedily restored to heall li and
able lo return to Iiis active ollichtl
Tbi'- is Hu- Ursi lime since l s s s
thal Senator Tillman has missed a
State Democratic, Convention, and
for the last ls years he his been the
dominating (Igurn ii. the party in
Solidi (landina. lt is significant ol'
changed political conditions that this
resolution of sympathy should (dine
from Charleston, once the stronghold
ol' A nt ?Ti llninnisin, and that il
should !>(. adopted wiih unanimity,
SIJAYHH Ol' A CAM I I.V.
Confesses tlie Horrible Clime to the
frank /.ll/.tera, a Polish tai ni hand,
has made a confession thal be kill
ed Mr. and .Mrs. William ll. Shep
herd and their servant, Miss Jennie
Hendy, who were fuund murdered In
Mr. Shepherd's farmhouse Saturday
Ile said he killed Mr .and Mrs.
Shepherd in order to get the money
which he knew .Mr. Shepherd had in
lin wailed in ibo parlor of the
house Saturday morning until .Mrs.
Shepherd came downstairs to wann
a bottle of milk for her baby, and as
slie was returning upstairs with the
milk shot her in the side and head
willi her husband's shot gun.
At the sound ol' the shot gun. Shep
herd came running down stairs. Zaz
tera was standing in the hull willi
the gun in his hands and when Shep
herd was ball' way down, Hied a
.barge of shot into bis side. Shep
herd dropped on the stairs and his
body fell upon Ilia! ol' bis wife.
'/.?zima then entered the kitchen
with the gun, and meeting Joanie
Mendy, shot 1er in the breast. All
three were Inst a tn ly killed. Xaztera
then wont in search of Shepherd's
money, ile told the authorities thal
he hid the money somewhere about
the house or grounds.
STRAY I.MKSS Kl I,I.KD.
(J reen vii le Determined lo stamp Out
Tho (Iroenville News says as n re
sult of the proclamation issued by
Mayor Mahon on Saturday ordering
all dogs lu the eily killed unless they
were muzzled, between forty and
fovty-ilvo woro killed Tuesday by the
policemen of the city The officers
on leaving the station house Tuesday
were given orders by the chief to
kill every dog found on the streets,
regardless pf size or value.
Al live o'clock over forlj had been
killed and Tuesday night the dllTor
oni policemen in the elly reported
. nore. Tbl? mayor is dei erm i ned that
inure shall not bf any further spread
of hydrophob'a ii lie can prevent it.
for Hie oxl tinily davs the order will
i,e in force and ii' an> one has ll dog,
he liad belier keep it locked up Ol
muzzled. The dogs kille dwore in
all paris ol' Hie ?itv PO I iee in tm Hec
tor and OilpS killed :; Tuesday after
noon. The wehrinR ol a lag doe.- not
protect a doe,. The ohl.V thing to (lo
is to muzzle Hf doe. i i lo Op il shu'
np. The biting ol' twelve people In
Greenville roeointly' by mad dogs is
Ibo cause ol' this wat' on Hie dopt Uli
Children i inter Treatment.
The nine children bitten in tireen'
viii,, hy a mad (be-, \\ e e taken o
Allanta for treatment, but only li\i
aero found i11 need treatment) Mr.
t'caco, Who went wiih Du- children,
says the physicians in charg? of thc
inst il nie told him t lie dog lind about
ho worst case ol' hydrophobia Imagina
ble. an examination showing its brain
to be mil ol' hyddropltobhi gorniH
'leap Postal Clerk.
After nineteen \ears in tho Service,
frederick .7. Holderman, of station
h, at Lexington nvot ito and Ono
Hundred and Tw- nlv il'lh street. N.
Y., was arrested Friday. luspOCtOI'8
put two lest letters containing money
lu the mail and I lolderiiian. it is al -
leged, had them when searched.
State Democratic Executive Com
mittee Meet and Organize.
SOME CHANGES MADE
in Hie Constitution of tho Party-I
On. Willa .Iones He-elected State
Chairman.-The Stute Campaign
Will Open .lune 17.-There Will
Ile Two Cainpaigii Parties.
The Stale says the Hist mooting of
tho new Slate D?mocratie, executive
committee, hoid tuesday night, wa?
very short. Imf ono or two matters I
>f importance woro passed upon
Those present wore:'
Cherokee T, lt
Chester H. H.
A. w. .iones, Columbia.
I'". Holley. Aiken.
H. H. Watkins. Andor
T. Lil Fit to, Denmark.
F. Hoist, ualekvllie.
Col loton .1.
( ! reen wood
Dreher, SI. Mat
Hut 1er. Gaffney,
t'a ld well, Chester.
. D. lOvans, proxy,
c. M. Davis, Summer
A. .1. A.
Ino. 1>. Huvens, Civ
il. Ketcliiii, Whins
11. Trnxlcr, Timmons
J w Door, George
I tro m l-l I.
(;. Richards, Jr., Lil.
'. Y. Williams, Lan
L. HI caso, Now
-Phillip H. Stol!,
H. Clews, Laurens.
Lee W. A. .lames. Ilishopville.
Lexington I). J. Griflilh, Colum
Marion .1 D. Montgomery, Mar
Marlbhoro .lohn X. Drake, Hon
ncttsvllle, ft, F. D.
Oconeo-W. .f. Stribling, Walhalla.
Orangohurg Hohen Lide, Orange
Dickens-lt. F. Smith, lUnsioy.
Riehland--Wilie .loues, Columbia.
Saluda W. H. Dodie, Hatosburg.
Spartanburg X. L. Sennett, Reld
Sumter L, l
I nion .1. M.
York .1. C. Wilborn. Yorkvllh
As soon as the roll wa:, called and
checked up Col. T. H. Crews look the
chair and Senator Hlease moved that
Hen. Wilie Jones be elected chairman
ol' the stale executive committee.
This was adopted unanimously. Mr.
.). D. liol I was elected seerotary and
t rcasn rei
Senator Rlease reported lhat the
hooks of the committee had been
. becked ami wore lound in satisfac
tory condition. The report was adopt
li was brought out Dial charl. : ion
wished a Chango in Hie Const il ul ion.
giving the coilhty the righi lo as
sess candidates for solicitors ami con
gressmen in thal county, lt was de
cided that the assessments on all
candidates foi* Stale ofllces should
he the same as beroofore.
li was decided to appoint a sub
committee with Chairman Wilie
Jones as ex otil?lo member to arrange
the date for Hie campaign. The oth
er members ol' this committee an-:
C. H. Hlease, A. W. Jones and D. H.
There wan considerable debate on
the idea advanced by Senator Hlease.
sucre .tint; that the state committee
use its offorta to chango the constitu
tion, providing for (wo campaign par
lies Ibis summer Hlease staled Hint
he would at the slate convention ol
I have li ul severn! yea?
oilier kiliils of VCKCWlllO ('
Collat?! plums, ?nd Tomato
I now luve ro.uty (or si
r ?ly Jersey Wakefields, Clji
cessions. These bein,' inc b
f.umcrs. '1 hewi phau sro
n ??j stand f.cveiij cul?! wan
Price?! fl.O? (or M)l> i>!?
'?and, !?,ooo io 9.0.10 ?it $i K
We love sp. i i. i low ftxpi
order? will lie shipped C. O
I would odvlsc sending nv
returning the C. O. D's.
Olhei pl no will be re??
Mi?! personal aticntlon. WI
l gum miee satisfaction, A
tho party advocate a chango In tho
const i t H i i i m ulong tho linos monllonod.
Tho proposed chango was finally
recommended hy a division ?voto, lt
lt as follows:
"He it resolved. That the constitu
tion of tho Democratic party of South
Carolina he untended, as follows:
"Amend article 1 l hy striking out
all-of said article down to the word
'in' on lino 6 and Inserting in lieu
thereof the foll wing:
"'Heforo the election in 1908 and
each election thereafter, except as
herein provided, tho State Democrat
ic committee shall appoint and ar
runge for two campaign moe tings In
??ch county to be held not less than
two weeks apart, one of which meet
ings shall be addressed only by cau
dtdates for State offices and tho other
only by candidates for United States^
senator, United States hcuso of rop-^
resentutives and circuit solicitor:
Provided, That If tn any election year
there shall be but one candidute for
the ollice of United States senator or
no opposition for State offices, the
said committee may, tn Its discretion,
arrange or appoint only one meeting
in each county.' "
California for I try an.
The Democratic Stato Convention
of California meet on Wednesday.
Tho delegates to the National Con
vention was instructed for Bryan.
A little sympathy al home light
ens many a load down town.
Why buy an Organ from the Poddlet
When you can buy a superior 017;. 11
from your factory representative for
less money, and on easier terms, und
have absolute protection in the guar
antee given by the makers. We make
low prices and grant from one to two
years, without interest, for settlement
and only hind the organ as security.
We stive you money and supply Orga_<_
that will prove a life long pleasured
Write nt once for catalog and special
prices and terms to theoldestablished
MALONE'S MUSIC HOUSE,
Pianos and Organs. Columbia, S. C.
Wanted-livery merchant to send
3-cenl stamp for tho hugest cata
logue published of rubber stamps,
seals, aluminum lettors, etc. Ad
dress K, .Jos. Mulhnupt, Dept. L,
Mauled-Lum be r and Logs. Write
us. if you have Poplar, Ash, Cy
press, Hickory or Cottonwood Lum
ber. Also want Walnut and Cedar
Logs. Savannah Valley Lumber
Co., Augusta, (?a.
Wanted-Hoys, from 7 to Iii years
Of tige, who would like to earn a
valuable watch for n few hours'
easy work, to send name and ad
dress io Lock Pox 17f>, Kort Mill,
Salesman Wanted-Sell retail tindo
your locality, $l>f> per mouth unrV?
expenses to start, or commission.
Experience unnecessary. I loin hig
son Cigar Co., Toledo, ohio.
.Men-The Vacuum treatment perma
nently cures vital weakness, vari
COCele and stricture; confidential.
(Miarles Manufacturing Co.-, diaries
Bldg, Denver, Colo.
Kor Sale-?Laundry outfit consisting
of washer, extractor, stove ami dry
er, boiler, mangel, pulleys, shaft
ing, etc. Write J. W. Ivey, Flor
ence, S. C. _
For Sale Cheap-One Huger Bread
Mixer, one Thompson Moulding
Machine; four Bread Presses; two
Bread Troughs; one Cake Machine;
r>U Plane Moulds; and many other
things used In a first-class bakery.
Apply to L. 10. lilley, Ornugeburg,
For Sale-One twelve horse power
Blnkesley Gasolene lOnglne, cheaiw
Also lot of shafting, pulleys, otc"
Apply to L. ES. Riley, Orangeburg,
s. c. .[ iw
Kl) H SA I li-E(i ( j's AX 1 > 1 "OU l/l'UV.
Oggs for Hatching-Haired Plymouth
Hock and S. C. Drown Leghorn.
$1.00 per sitting Of 15, packed ?ind
f. o. I). Pure stock. New blood.
Blythewood Poultry Yards, Blythe*
wood, S. C.
4 experlenro In crowing Oabh.igo plant? ami ?U
.laius for tho trade, viii Utct pl .no, Onion plant*.
lipn.ent lloct plant?) anil Cabbage plants as follows:
irleston Urtt*Type Wakefield?, ?nd Henderson Sue
esl known reliable varieties to all experienced timk
grown out in tho open air near sall watti) and
ms. In Lui ot I.COO to r-,000 at $1.50 per thou?
per tlicir.and, 10,000 and over at $1.00 per thousand,
ess rates <><i vegetable plant-, (tom this point. All
I) unless you preter sending money with orders.
?ney with order*. You will save thc charges tor
ly In February. Your erden will have my prompt
K-n in need ol Vegetable plano give mo s trial ordert
ildrCSS all orders to
uaw.MMini r-inriiiM rnnsr
tlc Giant" Screw Plates
isortmcnts. Euch assortment ls put up
.at wood ense, ns shown in cut. Each as
ent has adjustable lap wrenches for holding all
?f taps contained in assortment. Thieads
;s rod from 7-64 in. up to 1 1-2 in. "BEST
BEST PRICES." ColombiaSopplyCo.ColuinMa.S.C.