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WINNSBORO, S. C.
S.turday, January 14, - 1899.!.
Editor Gonzales in the issue of the
Colunmbia State of January 11th re
Yeals the details of a compacc, to
which he and Governor Ellerbe were
parties, and which the Governor vio
lated. The whole story is very inte
resting reading, and throws a great
deal of light on some thirga connected
with the nomination of Ellerbe in the
last primary election.
The article is very long. We shall
give only a brief summary of Mr.
Gonzales' exposure of E.ierbe. It
appears that in the summer of 1897,
so-ne prominent citizen, whose natme
is withheld, suggested a plan to Editor
Gonz-jes for the settlement of the
liquor question. This plan "provided
for local option by counties; a choice
by ba'lot of the people of each county
between the dispensary, prohibition
and high license system, the election
to be held in all counties on the same
day, a day distinct from the Demo
cratic primary, or general election
day, aned the settlement reached to be
of force for a term of two or four
years." This plan was submitted,
among others, to Mr. F. H. * eston
and C->l. W. A. Neil. Mr. Weston
immediately accepted it, and Col
Neal, % strong dispensary man, re
lactan.ly yielded and finally, we be
lieve, name to the conclusion that it
was after all a very fair solntion of
the vexed whiskey question. Weston
and Neal undertook to win the Gover
nor over to the plan
A conference was held between
Sena t si~fni'i& -Oavernor,
C.-o Neal, Mr. Weston and Editor
Gonzales about the time Mr. McLau
rin returned from Mt. Airy, N. C,
.1 where he had gone to recuperate after
his break down. According to Mr.
Gonzdles, the Governr said that "it
struck him more favorabfly than any
solution he had heard," but Senator
Tillman soon appeared ou the scene,
and simaltaneously with his visit, the
Goverodrsdot a telephone message
- . ~~oning the repor ers to the Exeen
five "M'nsio6, and I ?e gave on? an
interview committing "nimself abso
untely to the mainten'ace of the dis
pensary system." Tao Editor then
Mr. Gonzales attended another con
ference. This time .Col. Neal, Mr.
Weston and himse'f were present.
Col. Neal "called the meeting to
order," so to speak, and stated the
object or it was to get the State news
paper to support Ellerbe. Mr. Gon
zales sad that this would not be done
on aceont of the Governor's di;
pensary views. "On the spur of t be
* * moment," Mr. Gonzales agreed to sup
port him, if he would pledge himself
in writingr to urget the Legislature to
pass a local option la w, adolwinig each
county to decide for its'df between
high license, prohibition andI the dis
pensary. By agreement, the Gover
nor's pledge was addressed to Mr.
Weston. The Governor made the
pledge, but he has not kept it, and as
Mr. Gonzales frankly confesses he has
MR'. G ONZALES' Statement explains
a letter received by the F ''or cof THE
NEWS AND HERALD a few I h.'1bef e
the seco'id primary from M . Weston,
a personal friend of long standing.
Mr. Weston wrote "confidentially" to
find -out what were the Governor's
chances in Fairfield, and be added
that E'erbe won~d support a loctl
option pian. We are glad, in view of:
the reveiations of the last few .lays, to
say that a reply was sent to Mr. Wes
ton that Fairfield would give her vote
to Feathierston, which she did, and
that Ellerby's dispensary would pre
ent onr supporting him.
OLrrrCuNs will trade, but it takes
a very dishonest politician to break a
NEWS FROM STROTHER.
The hliday season was au unusually
quiet one in this part of the coustry.
In fact only the presence at home of
the boys .nd girls who are off at col
lege or teaching made us realizs that it
was the holiday season.
Miss Besie and Mr. Boykin Lyles,
who are teaching, one at Greenbriar
and the o'her in Newberry, spent two
weeks wi'h their parents.
Cadet George Long', from Clemson
C ollege, was at home for a week.
~~Msq Lena Pearson has returred
from a tripi to Rock Hill and Columnbias
Miss Euia James ard brother spent
Christmas week with their sis'er, Mrs
Cam pbell, at Campbell's.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Meane,
accompanied by their children, spent
-a few days with Mr. and Mrs. James
Long. Mr. and Mrs. Means were
formerly of this county, but are now
living in Asheville, N. C. Their many
friends were glad to see them back at
their old home.
'Mra. Ola Pettigrew hts returned to
WhiLmire to begin again her school
duties, after having a two weeks' rebt.
Mr. Thomas L. Davis left on Decem
ber 21st for Louisiana where he ex
pects to make bis home in future.
Tom's brigbt face will be sadly missed
at the social gatherings of his old
f. iends and neighbors, but he carries
with bitm the best wishes of all for bis
success in his new home.
Mr. Lyles Martin, who has been in
Texas for the pa;t year, returned to
hi, old home a few weeks ago He
declares himself charmed with the
Loue Star State, nowever, and will
return there on t4he 16th inst. He will
be acc mpanied by Messrs. Lautcns
and Eugene Martin and RobeLt Ar
nette. Mlonticello regrets to lose so
many of her boys at once, but ttusts
that they will make her loss Texas'
.lis ianie McMeekin, of Winthrop
College, spent a week at home, as did
also Miss ..arrie Martin, whoi; attend
Ing school in Spartanburg.
There was a pound party at Mr.
Brooks' on the evening of the 4th inst.
Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Sadler are
visiting relatives and friends in Ander
Miss Mattie Mc'rorey spent the
holidays in the Monticello neighbor
Janoury 12, l99.
Women Should Know It.
Many women suffer untold agony
and miserv because the nature of their
disease is not correctly understood.
They have been led to believe that
womb trouble (.r female weakness of
some sort is responsible for the many
ills that beset womankind.
Neuralgia, nervousness, headache,
puffy or dark circles under the eyes,
rheumatism, a dragging pain or dull
ache in the back, weakness or bearing
down sensation, profuse or scanty
supply of urine with strong odor,
freqent desire to pa;s it with scald
ing or burning sensation, sediment in
it aftter Atanding in bottle or common
glass for twenty-four! ours, are signs
ot kidney and bladder trouble.
The abovc s, mpt:oms are often at
tributed by the patient herself or by
her physician to female weakness or
womb trouble. Hence. sa many fail
to obtain relief, because tisev are treat
ing, not the disease itself, but a re
flection of the primar,' car:sc, which
is kidzney trouble.
In fact, women as well as men are
made miserable with kidney and
bladder trouble and both need the
Dr Kilmer's Swamp Root is the
great discovery of the eminent kidney
and bladder specialist, and is easy to
get at any drug store for fifty cents
or one dallar.
To prove its wonderful merits'you
may have a sample bottle and book
telling all about it, both sent abso
latelv free by mail. Kindly mention
THE NEWs AND HERALD and send
your address. to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Bmohbamton, N Y.
Mr. Elisha Berry, of this place, says
he never had any thing d~o him so much
good and give euch quick relhef from
rheumatism as Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. He was bothuered greatly wit'o
-hortinig pane from hip to knee until
he used this linament, which affords
pecme at relief.--B. F. BAKEE, draggist,
St. Paris, Ohio. For sale by McMas
ter Co., druggists.
When you can not sleep for congh
inig take C.hamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It always gives prompt relief. It is
most excellknt for colds, too, as it aids
expectoration, relieves the ings and
prevents any tendiency toward puen
mouia. For sale by McMaster C.>.,
40 years' success in the South, proves
Hughes-' Tonic a great remedy for
Ch11s and all Malarial Fevers. Better
than Q--inine. Guaranteed, try it. At
Druggists. 50c. and $1.00 bottles. *
Look? A Stitsh ia Time
Saves nine. Hughes' Tonic (new im
proved, taste pleasant), taken in early
spring and fall prevents Chills, Dengue
and Malarial Fevers. Acts on the
liver, tones up the system. Better than
Quinine. Guaranteed, try it. At
Druggists. 50c. and $1.00 bottles. *
Easily, Quickly, Permnanently Restored
3: a i is sold with a
i R iwritten guar
.ite to e nsmma, tzzmssHvsteria,1
.ervous Debility, Lost Vitalitv. Seminal Losses,
~ailing Memory--the result of by)er-work, Worry,
'lckness, Errors of Youth or Over-indulgence.
?rice 50c. and $1: 6 boxes $5.
For quick, positive and lasting results in Sexual
weaknees. Imnntenev. Nervous Debitity and Loust
Vitality. -ue Y ELLOW LAHEEL SPECIAL-double
arn w : ive strength and tone to every part
.nti effect a. ,crranent cure. Cheapest andf best.
00 Pills 5:. ry .mil.
FR EE--" bottle of the famou-, Japanese Liver
tellets will be given with a si box or moure of Mag
1etic Nervi:ce. tree. Sold cnly by
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Winnsboro, S. C.
For the speedy and permanent cure of I
tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Chamn- I
berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is
without an equal. It relieves the itch
ing and smarting almost instantly and
its continued use effects a permanent
cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch,
scald head, sore nipples, itching piles,
chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders for
horses are the best tonic, blood purifier
advermifuge. Price, 25cents. Soldby,
MfcMaster Co., Druggists. * e
S Prof. W.E. eke, who
1 S?-. makes a specinity of
EU ed more cases than any
living Physician; his
We have beard of cases=
of 2o ye~s'standing -
. . ase, which
le fdhise arout cre, frei e to addsfres
1 omotes estion,Cheerful
O)pnan",Nospline uor ineraL
'NOT NAuc OTIC.
A peect RemedY for Constipa
tio ,Sour Stomach,Diarrhod,
ness andLOSS OF SIEE
FacSimile Signature of
ExAcT COPYo1' WBAPPER,
STA PE OF SOUTH CAROLIN,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Susan A. McMeekin vs. Williaur
Davis, in his own right, and as.
ministrator of the estate of J
K. Davis, deceased, Fannie
Powell, The Winnsboro Bank
The Farmers and Mechanics Be
of Columbia, S. C.
IN pursuance of .an order of
Court of Common Pleas, mad
the above stated case, I will offer
sale, before the Court fHonse doo
Wiansboro, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN FEBRUAT
next, within the legal hours of salt
public outcry, to the highest bide
the followi ecie rpry
Wit: ~ ecie rpry
All that tract or parcel of land s
ate in the County of Fairfield, in
State aforesaid, a little south of
village of d4oetticello, containing
NINE HUhRED ANDtE , '
Aeres, more or less; bein~ the si
tract of land conveyed .to Joceph
Davis, deceased, by John Bauekett,
deed dated the 4th day of Ai
1861, a::d r .ordled in Bo.ok W W, p
246. in the office or the Reziste;
Mesne Couveyauces of Fairfield Cc
t., and described in said deed
bounded on the rnorth by landt
Trhomas Bell, William Blair, E.
Lytes and the said Joseph K. Da
on the east by lands of Joseph
Davis and Jon..than Rabb; on
som a by lands of Dr. Thomas Fnrt
and John Willingham; and on the e
by John Bell, John Willinghiam
Thomas Bell, the Dresent bounda
:>f the said land being more parti
larly indica'ed by the plat ma4
Edgar Trapp, Surveyor, on the..
day of August, 1898. The said pri
ises to be first offered for sale in se
rate tracts or parcels as indicatcd c
plate thereof made by Edgar Tra
Surveyor, on the 24th and 25th
gust, 1898, which plat is filed in
oflce of the Clerk of the Court in
record of this cause, and will be
ibited on day of sale; the bids of
ighest bidders for said separate tre
to be accepted by the Clerk conditi
aly, that is upon condition that
remises when sold as one enttre Ir
as hereinafter directed, shall bring I
han the aggregate of the amounts
he highest bids for the tracts as offe
~eparately. And when all' of a
eparate tracts or parcels have b
fiered for sale and knocked dowr
be highest bidders therefor conditi
aly as above set forth, the said Cl'
~hall off'er the entire premises, mnt
ip of said parcels en masse, as a sin
individed tract. If the aggregate
he amounts of the highest bids
or said tracts or parcels offered se
~ateio shall exceed the amont bid
he entire premises as a whole, ti
he Clerk shall, upon c >mpliance w
he terms- of shle, execute to each
he respcctive - put cha-ers for si
eparate tracts a deed for the tracts
eparrtely sold. But if the amo:
id for the cutflre premises en masre
single tract shanl exceed the agg
ate of the amounts of the hign
tdS eff--rcd for the said premises
onditionally sold in separate trac
hen the said Clerk shall execuwe
feed to the e!'.ire remises to the hil
.st bidder for the eutire tract, and t
ids f r the tracts as offered separa
y shatl be wholly disregardedt, (P
f said land can be seen in Cler;
ffice at any time before sale day,
TERMS OF SAI.E.
One-thiu d of the purchase-money
ec p .id in cash on the day of sale, 1
alance ini two eqnal annual inst
cnts from the day of sale, with
-rs from the day of sale at eight i:
entumn per annum, to be:.ecuted
le h-md of the parcnser or purch;
rs and a mortgage or mortgages
fe -emnises sold. or~ for- all cach at
v n (f the icreaser or purebase
h-- pure(I-.. er' or urchtas rs to pay I
tN-nece'r p~.pels. And if the pt
C ea.' t: e (Ce: k -h 'l! re-sell the sa
ren.: es the same or 0. comef sove
tsa n: e samie term- wit
it fin-te applica;iun to t he Coni
it l i i4:rk of Ietfo r m:.tchas<
So(1 at the I i-k of the former pt
Rl 11. JENNINGS,
Jana 1mb, 1899. U. C P. F. C.
FRICNA el cue Rhumana2a
so M o ta urd
Si~ ~ 't... d
forts an d
D- dangers of
&d- child-birth can
}Ph - r almiost .en
he e It gives
..ln ital ,gansamd
for " them in
' in coz~itim to do their work
perfec l. That makes preg
easy 08 painful, shortens
at child-birth. It helps a woman
te, bear strong healthy children.
hasans brught bapiness to
yer. Afew desesoftenbrings
me joto - 'ving hearts that long
K. o a d. ing baby. No woman
byshould neglect to try it for this
in . , trouble. It cures nine cases out
~ge~ of ten. All druggists sell Wine
ot of Cardu. $r.co per bottle,
as F ad ce r
.F The Cbatncoc M edicine hCb~a
um Jrirerson, Ga., says s
asd U weM been n rrd threeyears
les bad*ba finogirlbaby.
pa. HAI~ EALSAM
a c er
PP~ ~,.i * vr $al 0tOSt eG I
the n l0n DY
eTPJ ALEN'S FOOT 1RAl
e A pwder to-be shaken into the shoe.
ct At this season your feet feel a wollen,
ess nervous and damp. If you have smart
of ing feet or tights soesty Allen's Foot
'd Ease. It warms the fet and makes
iwalking easy. Cures swollen and
ud sweating feet, blisters and callous spots.
enRelieves corns and bunions of all pain
laand is acertain cure for Chilblains and
m-Frost bites. Try it TO-DAY. Sold by
rk all druggists and shoe stores for 253c.
ide Trial package FREE. Address, Allen
le 5. Olmsted, Le Roy, N.Y.
d Shake Into Your Shoes
pa- Alleni's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
Cor feet. It cures painful, swollen, smart
ef ing, nervous feet and instantly takes
Ith the'sting out of corns and bunions. It's
f the greatest comfort discovery of the
adage. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight
se or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain
Lt cure for Chilblains. sweating, callous,
as tired, aching feet. Try it TO-DAY.
e- Sold by all druggists and shoe stores,
st 25c. Trial package FREE. Address,
as Allen S. Olmasted, Le Roy, N. Y.
Ke eep the system in perfect or
a~t der by the occasional use of
STutt's Liver Pills. They reg
ulate the bowels and produce
tA Vigorous Body.
e For sick headache, malaria, bil
iousness, constipation and kin
erdred diseases, anabsolte cure
STUTT'S Liver PILLS
1 - J AND ITS CURE
~TO THE EDITOR :-I have an absolute
1,remnety for Consumption. By its timely us
r. houand ofhoples caes avebeen already
sen tw botls fx t thseof your readers
vhhaeConsumption,Throat, Bronchial or
... exress ad postfficeSny
U -A tNwok
shis -~e e.1 e
C6tral Time Between Colunbiaand Jack
senville. Eastern Time ietwsen Co
lumbia and Other Points.
Effective July 6,1'98.
---- - - - - -- ,. 8 lf . W
Northbound* Dany. Daily.
Ly. J' I1 P.By....... ly. 8 W a i
"12 08p 1
A ............... , V16p42
,SCAGRR...... 780s, 580P
. ......... ... 6
Lv. By............ 210 p9 8P
..289p 10 1p
" Tr11. . -. 88p 1OOp
Jo"... ............... 3-9p 11 20P
A. det'......... 451p 210a
LvC0 V Wd'g t... ....... 5 p 584
................ 6t tp 828a
6 5p 728a
Ar.Gren~ho* ,j 9 000.
.................-- " 2p 12 026p
Lv. Greensboro................ 10 50 --
Ar. Norfolk . .......,.. .... ... 7 50 a ....
Danille ................1Hp 185P
Ar. Icbmand.................. 6Se 56s
Ar. W~ngta....8426 9 85P
Southbound. DailW Noly
; r. ow a,1P ILL . D.... . Daily.n
LtNe e PaB....... -480p 191a
" ea p ............O 5p Uls0a
LT. , i 7........ 10 P UN Sa
Ly Richmdnd.................. 1210nt 31"
LT. Danvile ........ 5*0s 6.15.
Lv. Noro ................... 9 P .......
Ar. Greeus ............... 6 & ........
L. Grero......... 7 05.a 7 p
"Charl............. 5 10 p
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32.6 OL.L........ 1 INd~
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"Trentos. ......... 8ap 638.
Ar. ....,............... 1 8002r
Lv. Col'bia, a..GR... .. OP0 7 009a
Ar. Char~esten............... 6 40p 11 00 a
Lv. Col'ha5 P.C.&P.By. . 11 55.1 12 7 a
" avnu............. "4~ 47 5 8
.Jaeill. ...... . 9 28p 9 15a
SLX.EPING AR XERVICE.
celall. d ger iarvea between
Limited. Solid Vestibuled train with dining
cars and first class eoaches north of Oharlotte
Prullman drawing roomuleepingcarsbetween
Tamps, Jacksonille, Savannah, Washington
and New York.
Pullman Sleeping Cars between Charlott4
Pullman drawing-room sleeping cars be.
tween Greensboro and Norfo)k. Close conneo
tion at Norfolk for OLD POINT COMFORT
arriving there in ti're for breakfast.
Solid train, wi.h Parlor cars, betweer
Charleston and As~heville.
Nos. 35 and 36-U. S. Fast Mall. Througl
Pallman drawiug room buffet sleeping cars be
tween Jacksonville and New York and Pull
eian sleeping cars between Augusta and Char
lotte. Pullman sleeping cars between Jack
sonvifle and 'olumbia, en route daily betweei
Jacksonvilnle and Cincinnuti via Asheville.
FRANK S. GANNON, iJ 3. M 1. CL
Third V-P. & Gen. Mgr. T. M.. Washin en
W. A. TURK, S. E. HARDWIo
W ::nI uTr
- weknes, and
~olote iope i
ihelp themn. Ph y
- msuases t hait
he:-' do0 inot l'ml
delicate organism of woman~!. V~hal
the sufferer ought to do is to gv
a fair trial to
which is the trt:' eu providec
by Nature for all i e::a troubles. I1
is the formula of a : : cin of the
highest standing. -.. devoted hin
whole life to the oudv of the dis
tinct ailments pecular to our moth.
ers. wives and da'.tetrs. It is ma&c~
of soothing, heal> z. strengthenin:g
herbs and vegetables. which ha- .
been provided by a kindv- Nature tc
cure irregularity in the euses, Leo
corrho~a, Falling of ie Womb. Nerv.
ousness, Headache :md Backache.
In fairness to hlerM'.. and to Brad.
field's Female Hr.:. or, ever.
suffering woman .a;: i1e it a
trial. A large $i 5.,t:.- will do
wonderful amount of go. . Sold by
Senid for a nicely ilu-.ra-ed -- ... - te subjct.
The Bradfield Regulator to , .ttlanta, QS
%.BY BUYING DIRECT FROM '&
-E. ROSENIBURGER & CO.,
202-204 E. 102d St., NEW YORK CITY.
The Largest Clothing
OUR GREMt BA.AAIN OFFER!
R W with Extra Pants and ME
we Pay Expressage.
These snits, are guai ran tectfto be mndo from Ins.
Iported Wool Cheviot. !a Biack. Blue, Grey and Brown
ia sizes fromn a to p years of age. MIade up doable.
breasted, 'with Sailor Collar-Collar fancy embroider.
ed-ined with fast Black Albert Twill sat en an
Patent Waist Bands. Trimming and Workmanshi;
the very best. Sizes for so to 23 years, withootSallos
Cellar. Mention ago and if large or small.
a Sizes 3tog J9
1 0 /
A ~ Thls style
When ordering send Post Otlke,
Express Money Order or Recei:-re:!
Letters, also age at last birti.,
sod if large or small for &~ ..ge. C
Money cheerful~v refnndted i: no't '
satisfactory. Scn l, :ch>--mps for
time we are prepared to
These Wheels are in
No. 1 Conditiori
and are offered at reduced
prices, being shop worn.
JORDAN & DAVIS
As protty a Stock of Goods as
has ever been brought to
Consisting in part of Rogers &
Bro.'s celebrated plated wares
-Ladles, Knives, F o r k s,
Spoons, Carving Sets, &c.
Handsome China Cake Plates,
Berry and Salad Dishes,
Vases, Cracker Jars, &c., &c.,
and invite an inspection of
them at your earliest conve
C. M. CHANDLER
A Fresh Lot of
Manufacturers' Agents for the.
Oar MR.S. C . McKOW is a Tele
. 0. MO~N & SONS,
Thone -n CORNWBLL, S.C i
Tax 'Returns 1899.
The Auditor's office will be open to
-eceive tax returns from Jancary the
[st to F.-bruarl 20th. All persona
ailing to make returns within the
tbove menuioued dates will inetr th1
50 per cent p:.:a!ty. All male citi
rezus beweu: t hge c1 21 and 60 are
iable to pohi t.-x utless ex-mpt by
aw Th. Anditor or bia deputy will
)e at the fo...-i- g laces on days
.pecified sud the bala:c, of tiwe to
February 20th in t-ffice in Winnsboro.
Alnion, Taulsday, Jaary 10.
Buckh *d, Wedinesday, Januarf 11.
Wohi, 3iursday, Jaanary 12.
Cr s..- i::e, F!riay, January 13.
W; dwar.t, iudav,.january 14.
Wb - Oak, .londa3, January, 16.
Gledd. , i Grove, Tu, sday, Sauary
Ftin liii;, Wednesdav, January, 18.
i.dg. way, Friday, January 20.
Lonugtown, Monday, 23.
(e.utreville, Tuesday, January 24.
M. L. Coopers, Wednesday, Janasy
Bly the .vood, Thursday, January 26.
Horeb (F. M. Carlee's store) Friday,
Monticelfo, Monday, January 30.
Jenkinsville, Tuesday, January S1.
J-L. RICHMOND, A. F. C.
T l ualSY R I
THE MOST MODr2N SEWINO
MACHINE OF THE AGE, ECM.
BRACING ALL OF THE
Range of Work.
Old Sewing. Machines taken In ez.
Dealers waunted in unoccupied terri
tory. Correspondence solicited.
J. II. DERtBYSIITRE,
EBEL BUILDING, R(CH MOND, Y
The management of the
Equitable Life Assurance
SSociety in the Department of
Icure a few Special Resident
Agents. Those who are fitted
for this work will find this -
A Rare portunity
I t jisw"' "wever, and those $S
S.m LJlJucceed best in it possess
character, mature judgmont,
tact, perseverace, and the
respect af their coniunity:
Thiing this matter over care-I
-fully... .'here's an unusiual
opening for somebody, If it
fits you, it will pay you, Fur
ther information on request.
W. J. Roddey, Manae,
Life Assurance Society
of the United States.
T he management of tbe
EuabeLife A s-urance Society
in titerri; y i- desirons of secur
ing th'e ervice- of a man of char
ac-er ad abbe3r to represent its
intresut onui Winnzsboro as head
qmierr- The risant mnan will be
thor':nghly "d uca-ed in t he science
of life inuirnce r.nd the art of
sucecessfnl soliciting. 'I here is no
business or pr< fessioni not re
quiring~ capital which is inore re
munerative thare a life agency
co nuted nib h nergy and abil.
ity. (orresponidence with ?mnen
who aemfe to secare perman~nt
emnployment and are ambitions to.
altain promineance in the profes,.
s'on is invrited.
W. J. RODd3EY, Mgr ,
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