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THE NEWS AND HNALD Co.
TERMS, IN ADA
One Year,, -o
Sic Roaths. - --
-. WINNSBORG. 2. C.
ISaturlay, May 26. - - - 1900
ADxIRAL SCELEY may not have pro.
duced the impression on the country
that Dewey did during the Spanish
American War, but he has shown
?4nore good sense since the war closed.
,It is gratifying to note that he has not
had his head turned. He says that he
is not the man for vice-president on
the .Democratic ticket. Men in the
army and navy should know that their
lack of acquaintance w ith politics and
. that training in a wholly different line
does not fit them to fill important civil
offices.
WE call especial attention to the
reports of the Library Committee of
Mt. Zion Soc'ety aid of the Libra
rian.
sho
sup
re
strong man by nominating Co). J. A.
Hoyt. The charscters of the men that
will probably be in the race for Gov
ernor insure a clean and dignified
canvass as far &s that office is con
cerned.
I'.TERESTING REPORTS
Made to Mt. Zion Society at a Meeting
Heid on Thursday.
Mt. Zion Society met in the town
hall on Thursday- morning, and heard
the report of the library committee
and the report of the librarian. Thirty
dollars was appropriated by The so
ciety with which to buy new books,
and the committee will solicit sub.
scriptions outside. The appropria
Lion is made upon condition that a
like sum is raised by subscriptions.
A committee was also appointed tu
lqok alter vnitors who will be here to
- sqe the eclipse in case the services of
sdch a committee are needed.
IIsAaR coxxrrrEE's REPORT.
* To the President of Mt. Zion Society.
The committee on library respect
- sly beg to present this their annual
epert:
The necessity for a library at Miount
Zion School having been impressed
o n some of the members/'of the so
diety by Vr. Foo eassistant
the society
tthe1 nual meeting
the matte~ resulting in the
nt of a st 1&commit te
Wa as The ~4rarj lmi
.ee charged with the duty of taMN
such steps as are practical to secure,
books for the library.
The society appropriated the sum of
$25 for the use of the comititee, con
ditioned upen the same amount being
raised by the committee in other ways.
This the committee succeeded in ac
comnpllshing and a selection of some
seventy volumes by standard and
popular authors was purehased. In
addition to these, donations w re
-- made by private parties aggregating
241 volumes, thus adding to the library
during the year 313 books. There
were previously in the library 325
boeks, making the t otal number now
638. Neat and suit.b e shelving were
put up by the trca-te . for the accom
mnodatien of 1000 volumne3. In addi
tion a convenient book-caise had been
procured by private su ..criptian for
keeping such books in the school
room as the librarian required.
Under the provisions of Lhe resola
tion raising the library cominittee
Professors Witherow and Fooshe were
added to the committee and to them
was committed the detail management
of the library. -This they have con
.ducted most admirably as is fully at
tested by the popularity of the system,
the number of~ books read by the chil
dren, and the care of the- n as showni
by their present good coa~. on.
Your committee desire I , i-apress
upon the society the great a.Ivanrtage
of having a library at Mont Z on;
to the school, to the children and to
the community. While Winnsboro,
has always enjoyed the reputation of
being a place where culture and re
Ininent are appreciated and fostered,
there has never been a public library
here. This may be accounted for
from the fact that the people were, be-4
fore the war, able to provide them
.selves with private libraries and tbe
necessity for public enterprise in this'
direction was net felt. New the con
ditions are changed and the necessity
for some combined effTrt on our part
to supply the children, at least, with
up to date literature is pressing. It is
true our effort seems very small and
feeble in comparison~ with what might
be done, but it is the best we may be
able to do, and if we go about it
-earnestly and persistantly the ncleus
will develop into a well filled library
in time, we hope, for all of us to enjoy
it.
Your comittee ask for an appre
priation of $S0 for this year, and
pledge themselves to raise a like
amount during the year.
Appended to this report is the report
of the librarian, which is commended
to the consideration of the society.
All of which is respectfully submit
ted. J. Q. Davis,
- For the Committee.
May 20th, 1900.
LIERaRIAN's REPORT
To the chairman of the library comn
m iittee of the Mt. Zion Society:
I herewith make my report to your
committee of the working of the school
library of Mt. Zion for the ~seh'alastic
year ending June 1, 1900. With the
money appropriated by the society,1
together with tihe same amount raised
by private subscription, mere than
seventy volumes were bought (72
being the exact number). These
books had been carefuily selected by
the teachers of the school. The fact
that more than a thousand books have
* been read is sufficient evidence of the
'isdom of the selection aud of the
terest of the children in good read
ig At no time, with but a single
rcepticn, has the supply been equal
) the demand.
It is also worthy of note that there
as been a great improvement in the
ind of books read. Books of the
est biography and history have be
orne more and more popular, and in
ooka of fiction the historical novel
as held a most important place.
But it must be borne in mind that,
f this interest is 'to continue, new
>ooks will have to be provided so as
o meet the demand of those children
who have read a very large part of
he books on hand that are especially
Ldapted to younger readers.
It is a matter of the most sincere
Yratification to note the exceptional
.are the children have taken of the
bLoks, a fact noted by all the teachers
:f the school. So far no book has
been lost, and all are in as good a con
lition as could possibly be expected
after so constant use. The teachers
have co-operated most cheerfully in
making the library of the greatest
service to the children, and by means
of the system employed in the letting
out of the books shave had a personal
supervision of the childrcn's reading.
The success of this year would cer
tainly justify a similar expenditure
another year. To this end pupils and
teachers all Join in a united request for
ore books.
J. Frank Fooshe,
Librarian.
ASTORIA
For Tnfants and Children.
3 ind YoU Have Always Bought
wsthe
' r of
SPECIAL RATES.
ANNUAI EETING NATIONAL EDUCA
TIONATASSOCIATION, JULY 14,1900.
The Son t way will sell side
trip tickets arlezton, S.C., at
the rate of st-class fare for the
round trip t t. Augustine. Fa.,
Peisacola, Fla , Mobile, Ala, New
Orleans, La , Meridian, Miss., Bir
mingham, Ala., Chattano:ga. Tenn.,
Bristol, Tenn , Wbite Sulphur Sprig,
Va., Washington, D. C., Norfolk,Va
and intermediate points.
Tickets will be sold Ju!y 14th, 1900,
with final limit July 29th, 1900, to
holders of return portions of round
trip tickets sold to Charleston, S. C.,
on account of annual meeting national
educational association. Such retntV
portions of round trip tickets to be
deposited with agents from whom side
trip tickets are purchased. Agents
will issue receipts for tickets so depos
ited and upon preseniation of said
receipts will return to original pur
chasers the return portions of round
trip tickets depposited. For detailed
information apply to any agent of the
Southern Railway, or its connections.
No Right to Ugliness.
The -woman who is lovely in face,
form and temper will always have
friends, but one who-would be attrac
tive mat .keep her jhiealth. If 'she is
weak, sietly and all, run down, she
will be nervous and irritable. If. she
hrcnstipation or kidney trouble,
her 1 ~lood will cause pimples,
blths wretch
ed complexion. Electric BI~
best medicine in the world to regulat
stomach, liver and kidneys and t
purify the blood. It gives stron
nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvet:
sin, rich complexion. It will make
good-looking, charming woman of
run-down invalid. Only 50 cents a
McMaster Co.'s drug store.
IDoes theI
JBaby Thrive
If not, something must be
1wrong with its food. If the
Smother's milk doesn't nour
ish it, she needs SCOTT'S
EMULSION. It supplies the
elements of rat required for
the baby. If baby is not
nourished by its artificial
food, then it requires
Scott's Emulsion
lialf a teaspoonful three1
or four times a day in its
bottle will have the desired I
effect. It seem s to have a
magical effect upon babies;
and children. A fifty-cent;
bottle will prove the truth
of our statements.
Should be taken in summer as
welas winter.
. SCOTT & aOWSEChemst, New York.
THE B00K OF THE YEAR,
"The Bev-k~gged Ghut ad Other Storks.'
With an intr- .
dctios n7 ~
hAm cz e s ra-,,
boo
~e oPoinld
Aobook to boo
friend olntais"heBwlegoo
-- nua san FisDI,"TeM#
An bsoo ut elyteb u okpb
Werthas, mailed pott.-.4 r sI.0.
Order at osce. SendI br or new rpecal1 m~l
B T HE WERNEI( CZ IPA NY,
a .a aaatrera. A1ron, Ohio.
................
The Kind You Have Al
in use for over 30 y
-AI L
All Counterfeits, Imitations
Experiments that trilic Wit'
Infants and Chitd->
What is C
Castoria is a harmiess 'uba
'goric, Drops and soothing
contains neither Opium, AT
substance. Its age is its gu
and allays Feverishness. It
Colic. It relieves Teething
and Flatulency. It assinil
Stoiach and Bowels, gim
The Children's pauacea-T
CENUINE CASI
BaBears the
The IM Ill Pa
In Use For- C
-5TC CENTALM COMPAV. TT N
The Improved
White
Moun
tain--- I
FREEZER.
No matter bow often or how much
we talk about the White Mountain
Ieezar, we tell nothing but the truth
about it. In fact there is no necessity
for telling anything but the truth, as
e rery feature of the White Mountain
is a good feature, and every point is a
telling point. Only the vory best
materials are used in its manufacture,
and will produce the finest quality of
cream in the shortest possible tIme.
S QARTS, $2.25; 4 QUARTS, $2.75;
6 QUARTS, $5.25.
J. W, SEIGLER
Are a pest that robs (1s of our
Sthe crop. We have it- in al
size packages to suit you, ever
Sif you want a small anmount
O ANE SEED
for forage. It is the best fo:
our country should yrou nee<
forage. Come and we wil
tell you about it. We havy
both Early Amber and Earl
Orange Cane Seed.
Don't forget us.
J. H. McMaster
& 00.,
Druggists.
H oliday...
Goods..
I have a nice selection jus
opened for inspection from whici
to select your Christmas Presents
consisting of
SLEEVE and COLLAR
BUTTONS,
PINS,
RINGS,
BRACELETS,
and FANCY GOODS.
Ando nice presents in China
adRogers & Bros'. Celebrated
Plated Wares, as cheap and r'elia
beas they con be bought any
where.
Call soon and make your selec
C. M. Chan~dler.
N OT ICE.
PERSONS OWNING TR ACTS 0F
50 acres and tupward, suitable for
toek raisin'g and pasturage, and desir
ing t sell or lease the same uipon rea.
sorable terms, will finid it to their
advantge to communicite with the
underiged. Unimprovtl plaes~ over
un with' Means or Bermuda grail
Ispecially wanted. All communica
tions considered confidential.
IAddess, R. A. MEAlmES,
Lock Box 49, Ridgeway, S. C.
I574t
enbas been.
ar- -)-a
as b~z -no the si n.atur of
no) one ( .e. av in this.
and d.e1 'A(. health of
ASTORIA
itti '--. Castor 01, Pare
Syru:. It I- Pleasaut. It
rpiin3 nor other Na;cotic
rantee. It destroys W mjims
eires Diarrhoxa and Wind
Troubles, cures Constipation
ttes the Food, regulates the
healthy and natural sleep.
te Mother's Friend.
ORIA ALWAYS
Signature of
,Yo Always Bought
ver 30 Years.
IURw. m..V ST .T. NW VO.M CITY.
Farmers, ***
*+* Attention!
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
Plantation
Supplies.
OUR STOCK OF HEAVY GRO
eries is now complete.
We cater specially for the farmers'
trade. We know what they need, and
are prepared to sei ve them and a bot
tom prices.
We also carry a nice line of shelf
goods
SHOES, HA'CS,
DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS,
and everything usually found in a
general store.
EFGoods delivered to our city trade.
Come and see us.
W. R. RABB & C
W. A. W.
registered stallion W. A. W.
will . Henry Refo's stable in
Winnsboro urday of each week.
On Mondays at '; balance of
time at his, former stands ihr-he coun
try. He is seven years old, nay, with
black points. Height, 16; has good
bone and muscle; no blemish or de
fect. He is strong, trictionless in
motion, Enh in disposition, and a per
fect roadetLer. his sire is the celebrated
Red Wilkes, His damn, Betsey Baker,
was the mother of trotters. She was
sired by Dictator, who was the sire of
Jay-Eye-See, 2.10, of Director, 2.07,
[ of the innincible Directum, 2.04, the
gadieof Nancy Hanks,.the queen
otrtes, and the sire of many others
of extreme speed.
Althongh a noted trotter with per
fect knee action, W. A. W. possesses
also saddle gaits of superior quality.
Terms, 15 00 to insure colt. For
eitended pedigree and cartified record
address
JOHN G. MOBLEY,
4-10-3m Winnsboro, S. C.
T RY IT
Women suffer
* ing from female
tr oubles and
- ' weakness, and
from irregular
or painful men
. ses, ought not
l to lose hope if
.. \~~t>"j'doctors cannot
. A.,. help them. Phy
'1 sicians are so
.M\ / 2busy with other
diseases tha t
they do not un
derstand fully
the peculiar ail
ments and the
delicate organism of woman. What
the sufferer ought to do is to give
a fair trial to
RADFIELD'S
Female Regulatfor
which is the true cure provided
-by Nature for all female troubles. It
is the formula of a physician of the
highest standing, who devoted his
whole life to the study of the dis
tinct ailments peculiar to our moth
ers. wives and daughters. It is made
of soothing, healing, strengthening
herbs and vegetables, which have
been provided by a kindly Nature to
cure, irregularity in the menses, Leu
corroca, Falling of the Womb, Nerv
ousness, Headache and Backache.
In fairness to herself and to Brad'
field's Pemale Regulator, every
suffeing woman ought to give it a
tril. A large $i bottle will do a
wonderful amount of good. Sold by
.1druggists.
Sed for a akatIy Inustrated free bocok on th~e sbjec.
'The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, a.
Cure Cold In Head.
Kermot's - lates Laxative Qmn' 'le. easy
to ake and qa ae cold in head and tore
Agernts For
I
--ALSO FO
d!
p
VISITING CARD 5
-AND-- tI
WEDDING INVITATION,
ENGRAVED.
McMIser C6 l
daUTHERN RAILWAZ
Cetral ie at Jacksonville and Savannah.
lifirn Time at Oth& Points.
Shed0le in Afgt May 6t 900.
NORTHBOUND. o 3 N &
47 4il
".Kin ............. - - -.. 14 5 4
Ar ojIa ... ......... 100 ..
Edge ld.............. p. .
A k ,. ................. 3
ur. bu . .. .
n 7o. . 700a
"hete. ........-. 7 ig M
r iot 11 ....-...-. 8 11
R. ...... on. 00a
Afr\asingtong.
Ar. Col ia.. ............ i 46a 7 a 5
r ..ta g . . . .. 1a 00 a
S hniteville ...... -..245a 331P
V Ar. ustaille ... - ... a S P
A r. L Ii ...... 3 )p . 50
V. bininnat ... .. ...... . T.
. o ................. 1 a 4
"r Asvillte........... .... 8
. 0oB fe St.R)-...... . .. 1 10P 11
A".. Phidlha.......... ...... 6 7
Baltimore ................ ...... p
h ill h ................ ...... 11P 1015
Ar. Carlotte ................ ......
Aro LoHville
"r ichster ................. ....._. 9 3 5P
t. WLinsboi .........
L lumb , (U. D)...... .... 0a 4
A.Aie ........................ 0p 30P
SAr. tdgnlb ........ ... i425 185
Lv. Columia' (So. Ry).... ..... 15
ile . . . ...... 4 P
" oc - Su m ill ........... ...... 972ap0552
A .Chaestr ............ ...... 95 8 1 5p _a
L i.borba(o.Ry.... ...... .. 2?la 125a
Ar.SC lball (Bldg........ St .....I~5 124 03a
"v Coum id (...... ..
" TB rnwt l .. ...... . .. . .. . 1 4p 320a
"r Saikanna............... .....2p 515a0
Ar. Jaksonville(..... .... . . ... 7140p 9 2a
*Trins 43land.4...(mixed except Sunday
arriveeband.depart.from Hambu3g.
tanhilycp.un....... 6p4
Seieing.ar.Srvc....2p52
res. Dawingrom..s..eeping.. casp etwee
LA ugta (NwSo. .. ...f~
Pulan raw in -ro...m...e..ping c arbe
twePr. Jacksonville , SafS.nnah,
Dil exep Sunday.lotean
Schpoe.inng Car boet.nC~rot
2Nos 33 andk34-U.w YS. Fand Fid. Ehrug
Pullman dawng-rom esleeig cars be
tween PrTIJacksonville e daPull-h
Pman sleepigrs between Char -n
l ot. Dinncars erveal h rote.
P1lm n slbain-oot bud slee g casone
ville an Cincinndti, vik A heville.
FRANK S. GANNON, J. M!. CULP,
~I~VP.& Gen. Mgr., Wamntn.c.
W. A. TUBE S. H. H DWICK,
GM. Pass. Ag't., As't e.- ass. Ag't.,
Wahirigton, D. C. Atlanta, Ga.
1851
DES1 PwiPAI~tD
PAIN~T
MADE BY
V. S.A.
For Sale By
J. J.OBEAR.
The One Day Cold Cure.
For cold in the head and sore threat use Ker
mott's Chocolates Lanxative Quinine, the "One
nDayCl Ce."
ANNOUNCEMENTS I
'OR SOLICITOR-SIXTH CIRCUIT.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
Lte for 'Solicitor of the Sixth Judicial
reult, subject to the result of the Demo
atia primary. THOS. F. McDOW.
We propose the name of Hon. J. K.
ENRY to the Democratic voters of Fair
ld County for re-election to the cffice of
Dlicitor of this circuit, because c-f the
ery satisfactory manner in which lie has
scharged the duties of the office for the
ist several years. ITOTFJS
FOR SHElIH -
I hereby announce znye f a candi
ate for the office of Sar;ff for Fair
eld Ccuny, and will abi le by the
ction of the Democratc p;rima!sric.
JAS. W. BOLI K.
Ple.ling myself to abide the res:mt of
:e enuing primary e ve-o:., I ammounee
iyseif ',- ' did. te for ioa iii.iio Ito t
flice of citf of Faili eA Coty. T1'
ordiial sitppI. I of my fellow-citen Is i- -
peet flly solicited.
GEO. W. CRA'SF&ll).
1 lhre v announce* -, f can:di -
or Shelif of FairtieldI County, ,utj, c t
he ac'-ion of the Demo -ratic primaries
J. W CLALRK.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
or Sheriff, subject to the action of the
)emocratic primary.
J. McKIVNEY ELLIOTT.
I h(reby announce myself a candidate
'or the office of Sheriff of Fairfield Coun
;y, subject to the action of the Democratic
rimaries. B. G. TENNANT.
I hereby announce myself for Sheriff of
Fairfield County, and will abide the result
>f the Democratic primaries.
D. E. McDOWELL
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for re-election to the office of Sheriff of
Fairfield County, subject to the action of
the Democratic primary. -
R. E. ELLISON.
I hereby announce myself a :candidate
for Sheriff of Fairfield County, subject to
the Democratic primary election.
MOSE H. MOBLEY.
I hereby announce myself a candidntV
for Sheriff of Fairfield County, subject t
to the rules and regulations of the Den
cratic primary.
JOHN B. STEVENSON.
FOR CLERK.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for Clerk of Court, subject t - the
action of the Democratic primaries.
JN0. R. CRAIG.
I hreby annource myself a candidate
for the office of Clerk of Court for Fair
field County, subject to the action of the
Democratic primaries. R. V. BRAY.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Clerk of Court for Fairfield County.
subject to the action of the Democratic
primary. JAS. A. BRIC E.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Clerk of Court for Fair
field County. subject to the action of the
Democratic primaries.
JOHN W. LYLES.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Clerk of Court, subject to
the action of the Democratic primary.
JNO. J. NEIL.
COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of County Supervisor for
Fairfield County, subject to the action of
the Democratic primaries.
'A. *D. HOOD.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
~for- the office of Supervisor of Fairfield
County, subject to the action of the Dem
I hereby announce myiself a candidate
for the office of Supervisor of Fairfld
County, subject to the action of the Dem
ocratic prirfmaries. -J. B. BURLEY.
Friends of T. L. JOHNsToN recognizing
his fitness for the position~ hereby nomi
nate hit: for County Superviser, 1bject
to the Democratic primarnes.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for County Supervisor, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic pirimaries.
-JOHN A. STEWART.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of County Supervisor of Fair
field, subjectto the rules and regulations
of the Democratic prmy.OES N
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of County Supervisor of
Fairfield, subject to the Democratic pri
mary. JAS. H. AIKEN.
I hereby announce mryself as candidate
for the office of Couuty Snpervisor, sub
ject to the action of the Democractic pri
mary. JOE 3McMEEKIN.
COUNTY AUDITOR.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for County Auditor, subject to the action
of the Democratic primaries.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for re-e'ection to the office of County Au
ditor, subject to the action of the Demo
cratic primary. J. L. RICHMOND.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Auditor for Fairfiela County, subject
to the rules governing the Democratic pri
mary. GEORGE W. MOORE.
FOR CORONER..
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Coroner for Fairfield
County, and pledge myself to abide the
result of the Democrat ic primary
J. MARTIN YONGUE.
SUPT. OF EDUCATION.
I hereby announce myself a (candidate
for re-election to the office of County
Superintentent of Educatio~n, subject to
the action of the Democratic primary.
D. L STEVENSON.
REPRESENTATIVE~S.
I hereby announce myse.f a candidate
for the House of Representatives from
Fairfield Coin' subject to 'he Denmoc a
ti primar:.
JOHNY G. WOL LING.
I announce myself a candidate for the
House of Re presenttives, subject to the
action of the Democratic primary..
E. B. R AGsDAL E
The fiiends of JOHN G. I 'OnLEY noini
nate him for re-election to the House of
Representatives, subject t> the action of
the Democratic primary.
Blythe wood Democratic Club nominiates
W. J. Johuson for the House cf Represen
tatives, subject to the primary election.
WV. J. IHAGO~OD, Secretary.
I announce myself a candhidate for the
House of Representative . Dispensary,
State anld County, renovated and fui.
gated is my platform. WVil abide b~y the
result of the pri"'ary. MO ISN
SENATOII.
G. WV. RAOSDAOE is annou~ncel for the
Senate, subject to t he Democratic primary.
COUNTY TREASURER.
I hereby anrnournce myself for re electio.1,
to the oflice of County Treasurer of Fa'r
field County, and willI abide the r-suitt f
the Democratie primaries.
TI.D T S. WVLI.7
The Easy Running
"HOUSEHOIJ"
e Il Mac.e 0
The most modern Sewing
[achine of the age, embras
ng all the latest improve
nents. Unequaled for Dura
>ility, Range of Work and
Simplicity.
Dealers wanted in unoccu
pied territory. Correspon
dence solicited. Address,
I. H. DERBYSHIRE.
General Agent,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
12-28-Iy
~ *
i,,' 4n
Quickly from Store
to Home
Are the only kind
we deal ha. We have a full line of
heavy and fancy Groceries, new and
fresh, always on band. Fresh.Sugar
Cred flis and Pork -ausage -every
week; Breakiast Bacon, ChIzese and 5
Macaroni, Sugar, Teas and Co
A nice .line of Canned Goodao "
'nds. New Orleans and T~
ties. '-Ii
F1RST-CLASS. GERO .
We have -jost enlarged our
i-oom and are prepared tai do
business. Will be glad to have y
call and give us a trial.
J. D. MCCARELEY & CO
ChrltteCguercial Cdlep,
Charlotte, N..C., establishedgin 1891
ROE Bisieu Cileic,
Rome, Ga., established in 1866,
now under one management, offera
exceptional advantages to any one
desiring a thoroogbly practical busi
ness education in the shortest possible
by our employment agency affords
exceptional chances for securing poei
tions. We will guarantee you a posi
ton if you take our guarantee course.
The rooms in the schools are large
and convenient and well lighted.
Yhung mena or young women may
enroll in either school any week day
during the year. --
If y ou are a stenographer, book
keeper or teacher and desire a posi.
tion, write the Piedmont Agency,
Ciarlotte, N. C. If you ire not a
stenographer or book-keeper, spend a
few months in -one of these schools
and get 'iourself in shape for earning
money. 7
Should i cu desire to be an dipert I.
intere-t, stocku, trade discount, etc.,
send 25 cents in stampa or silver and
get our Pocket Calculator-just what
you need.
For circulars and further informs
tion. address,
D,. M. MelIVER,
President.
Headquarters
FOR
Low -Prices 2
ON FLOORING, cElL! G. SID
ig, Sadec. Liae, li'.drauic Ce -
men~tt, H res S:.ldd', Cheap Farn i
u,- :si' Groeii- or every kind.
We offer a nice line of
Buggies
a' cut pr. es Bnay nothing wo handle
lntI , o get enr' pr-c sa nda~ we will
save youa mzmey.
Respect 0l1y,
M. W. Doty & CCo3

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