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For the past thirty-one years wehave been
liberal busincss and friendship of these good peo
various lines of merchandise that we handle. Th
thing needed about a home or farm. We handle
NE AND ib
For both ohd an~d nh~e. nusomrs on all Fall and 'Winter
Goods for and during the Autumn months; of the new year
I want all who read tis to take fair notice not to buy
goods from me unIlessi you want to b)uy at the lowest prices
hat they can be sold at and guarantee fair dealings and hon
Fori the next 3 mfont1hs I will se!l to all who trade wvith me
for- every $5.oo puirchase worth of anything in the (dry goods
hne I will give :2o lbs oIf granu: l 21 u gr for si .0o. 1 will
not sell sugtar at the n .ove p rice only w heni a $5.oo purchase
is made all at one time, and1( theI above demanded by the cus
With each 50 11b sack of my "ROI lER EXT R ACT"'
flour I will give free a pou nd paclka1ge of Armii & 11ammer
soda or a 5C can of Goo d I uIck 1bak<ing powder.
Give me ai part of your tradle and(1l) be ~ covincedl that I
will sell you good g oods as chleap) as tihe cheapest. (quality
con side red.)
I no0w have ai comp Ilete line of B!1roadloths, Percales,
Fla nnuels, Sterlinug D.res;s Goods, Ilien riettas, Nainsook, Cal.
coes, Etiderdlov, n--white, 1pink anid blue.
A ice line of G;ents fine shirts- 50 to 75C. Rubber col
lars, L adijes a nd Gen ts I Ilosiery fromn 5 to 2 5C per pair. A
few old goodls consistinug of S uits, Overcoats and shoes at your
own price. Yours for trad,
JOH N F. H ARRiS.
BEFORE YOU. CO.\lJE T'O PIlCKENS
foo at tis papIICr ai see wha t Ily
N. D. TAYLOR,
~1 IlThe photographer
WX'ill be iln town anlingyulolsadhaesml
peletLF LilK E~ Pi 1(0 i( () R.\PIllS made.
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wvrapp~ing up and rolling out bar
>le and we hope to still deservei
c people of the county already k
no shoddy goods. We invite al
Copyright, 1003, by Sampson-Ilodges Co.
MAGIC OF THB DOLLAR,
With a dollar in your pocket
You may hold your head on high,
Just as though you owned tho villago
And the countryside hard by;
Like a man who has a coal mine,
Or who lets a farm on rent,
But you take a mighty tumble
When you haven't get a cent.
With a dollar in your pocket
You can look men in the eye,
Step around like great Lord Pickax
When it comnea your turn to buy.
Only crook your littlo finger
And tho waiter fles to you,
Blut things take a different aspect
When you haven't got a sou.
Though it is the root of evil,
Cause of trouble, source of woes,
Money comes in mighty handy
To have round your Sunday clothes.
If you have the bright spondulix
You're tho cheese beyond a doubt,
Bunt you're little Willie No-one
WVhen your money has run out.
About the Same Thing,
He called on a celebrated arlchltQtoc
to consult him on Irofessionail b~usiness.
"What kind of a fence would look
best around tho earth ?" he aisked.
"D~o you own the earth?" aisked the
architect in alarm.
"Not yet," replied the mnan, "but I amI
in the automobile repaiing business."
Thinking Them Out,
"Are you writing mruch originai stuff
'Just someo anecdotes of Abraham
Lincoln, Tihat Is about all,"
As to aBay
A bqby is a woifspring of joy,
If any one should call you up by phone.
and askc yeou about it.
To have a darling boy
Is a constant source of pleasuro. Oh, do
not ever doubt it!
When talking to your friends
You never say anything about walking
the floor with it at night
Or how it sends
Traveling up and down your spine such
spasms of delight,
You tell themn how it smiles
And winks at you and knowingly says
Never mentioning the miles
And miles and miles you travel while it
makes a pack horse of you,
Oh, a baby is the greatest thing on
And a merry life the father leads,
Although from the moment of its birth
it keeps him broke trying to buy half tihe
- thingra it needs,
* F A
ains for the go )d people of Pic
t. It is hardly necessary to enu
low that we always have in st
1 to co.ne and lo-)k through our
To Where He Had Fallen,
"What Is Clarence doing now?"
"WVriting poetry for the magazines."
"*lThat ina will do any thing for
One Thing Sure,
Our iivesa are fixed by accident;
We scurry here and there;
Things that we do with goodl intent
Many vanish in tin air.
But one thing's certain in advance
The rule don't give an inch
That though life is a garno of chanco
Yet rnarriage is a cinch.
That St. Paul man who enn talk cat
language will probably do it for you
at so tunch pur.
Somec people might think it would be
better to be a dead lion or' a dead most
anything else than a live dog.
Whieni a man buys the lead pencils
thait he uses, it amust be that he has
nothing else to (do with his money.
When every (day'1. isiday. of course
the lpreachers willi have to get a good,
stiff' raise in salary.
If love Ia a speCcies of litxleation,
that is perhaps the reason why a -mar
ringo license is re(Iuired1.
Somo men are sad because they can
not get out of debt, anad some in are
hopping miad because the'y cannot get
Sometimes you find on honest green
grocer, though there iare people whlo
think the termis are synonymo lUus.
One place to f~id di on21)b elles is at an
inistituitionl for the (leaf.
While the CoengressoamIl itecord does
not runm to light literatuiire, It !onltaluhs
lmore fletion than thle average reader
When a foxfy man is in love, instead
of asking some one to saiy a good wvord
for 1im lhe gets three or four girls to
plug against im1.
Strange to say, thle far'amr never cals
in a corn doctor' whlen is coin crop ia
When a imani arrives att the age of
fifty, lie does niot believe ill love unaless
lie happens to full In.
kens-and we are~ still at it. WVe ap~preciate the
merate or to even attempl1t a description of the
ack and at the most reasona)le prices, every
rooms. Examine~ our stock of
IN THE ROOKIES."
(leo. W. H~anly, 108 Years of Age,
Is as Strong and Vigorous as
Men Thirty Years Younger,
and Says That for a Long,
Time ils Only fledicine
Hans Been DUFFY'S
\ PURE hALT
A famIlIar figure of the Rockles, the " Oldesft
-~ livmng landmark," is (I. W. Hannly1 of "'
( *,~ \ 'Timbier, Mont. one of the original '40Jers,
Mr. linnly in .later years built up a large
Ih veterinary miedicine business. Though now
I~in his 10(thl year, lhe is hade and hearty and
abile to wvalk aboiut aIs spryly as5 miany nien
I half his~ ige. Hl i states thlat he owes it all to
iha ly's Pure Malt Whiskey. In a recent
"It has been mi v intention for some time to
- lhiilfy's Pure Malt Whliskey hias hadu on my
Ol~O ~V hANY, 08 earnOld aml lhere are cer tainly not miany men in theo
world nii h:tre ast wellI preserved at so great ani age. For a long time yonr whiskey has(
b'tein ihe onl Iy thinig I have uised as a stiiuhiant or a medici~ene. My app~letite is very fair,
hearinig aii eyesightt. as good as with inueni who tare thirty yearsq toungen nothing
kee; :4 riu ini hetter Iitino.r than may regular (doses (if 'Du)tiry's. Whlen a cold or miy
bowels h ot he mie, a littl- of . iur miedicine is all that's needetd, and~ you maty always
tcoun lt me4 amruong your gratefl f rienids. (JEO. W. H-ANLY."'
WFSPURE MALT WHISKEY
I ani abisolu tel y piure di filat ion of inialt antd is recognized by the Government as a
liiu(hemeii. ii is is ai guarnt I e. It is a I oni-st irn ulanlt recoilmmienided by physicians of
i-very 54cho43.; ai lionl fto ithle wieak andoo wo rn, to the weary nad dep ressedl. It arrests the
:>rogress of ph ysietid decay; kt Eeps thie ol you ng, nma kes the wea k strong, it strength
itis the heart; rehetvest thle acingii lwnd;~( gives to the iiiinhs thetir 01(d-time vigoir, andi~
elears the brain. It enriches thet blood andi 1nou2rishits the vital forces oif the body. In
Ii rs way it dr ives oult dlisease am l is ai prot ter ofl hlt th and longevity. If you wish
to keep t rng andi well ini ild age, if you ii h -l to lie free fromi disease no0w, take a table
4)oonfl oit f 1)31lfy's Mit IWhIiiskeiy t br ee timeits a day, iln milk or water.
I)tf fy's is p -erti bed by d13octors every whelire for coughli, colds, grIp, catarrh, con
SI umptom i, branchiit is, pneumiion ia, llur iisy', aisthm anda a111tll diseaises oif the throat and
hln's ; i ithgestioin, dlyspejsia and every form of stomach trouble; nervousness, imalar
i1, antI till Itow fevers.
CAtUTION.-Whuen you asik for tDuffy's Pure Molt Whiskey be sure you get the genuine.
Ujnscruapulous dealero, mIndful of the exceflence of thIs preparatIon, will try to sell youc cea Im.
Itations iand molt whiskey mubstitlutch, which anre put Onl thc maorket for profIt only, and which,
fet friom rellevling the eick, are positively hiarmful. D~emnand "lDuffy-'s' and be sure you get It.
It. Is the only obsoiiutely pure fluft WhIskey whih contalns medIcinal, health-gi vlng quaities.
IDuffy's Pirc Mloft Whiskecy Is sioild i scaled lbottles only ; never In flask or bulk.* Look for the
traide-maurk, thn '' Obi Chemirst," on the label, nnd be cerfiuln tile Beat over the cork Is unbroken.
Beware of refillcd biot tlc. "fDuf fy's "contains no fusel oIl.
Soltd by all dIrtuggists andi grtcers, oir di reef, $1,00 a bottle. Interesting medical
book let potl paid to any address. Duffy~ Malt WVhiskey (co., Rochester, Now York.
FOR SA LE IN SOUTH CA RQLNA AT ALL DISPENSARYS.
Iii'- 3 , DlarrhoeaDysentery, andi
A the Bowel Troubles of
ChIldren ofAn Age.
BT,.EETHING POWDES the Bowelfstren tens
- A -Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, *TgEh~lN EdAnd Ye
~' j~3JsOr mailt 25 cents to C. Ji. MOPPFETT, M. D., ST. L.OUIS, MO.
Wo brro hndird nr Montt'sTICI~fTIA Tethin Powers)Aversinc A U s. no . 10 Ion0to .