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The manufacturers of Royal
Bakitur. Powder have had 4c
years bt'scientific experience.
Kvejy method of'bread-?hd-'
cake raising has been cxtiaus
tivelv studied in this country and
T!\e result is a perfect jfrod'
uct it) Royal Baking > Pqtydeii.
There), is no substitute for it.
The purity and efficiency of
RoyaJ Baking Powder have
been commended by the highest
authorities of the world.
These facts mean two impor
tant things to all housekeepers
/ 'TPirst: that Royal Baking
ifowdcr is healthful and
makes wholesome food.
Second: that Royal Bak
ing Powder makes food
good to taste.
S\\J X rxL^f POWDER
The Lyceum entertainment that was
to have been given last night by the Old
Homestead Male Quartette had to be
postponed because of the serious illness
ofthe bass singor. The management of
the Lyceum received a telegram from
the bureau managing this quartette in
the South to this effect on Saturday,
which was followed by a letter stating
that the bass singer was sick and that
the quartette would not be able to fill
its date on the 7th, but they would come
a little later on. The Lyceum Commit
tee does not, at this time, know just
when the quartette will be here, but
they have every assurance that it will
not be long off.
This is to be the last number of the
Lyceum course and from all the re
ports the quartette is said to be excep
tionally line. It was a big success in
Norfolk where it opened its Southern
tour. The Lyceum Committee regret
having to postpone the date of this en
tertainment, but this is one of those
things that could not be foreseen.
Notice of the date will be given later.
"Though the resentment of riches,"
says Collier's for March 4, "is part of |
the feeling against such men as Rock
feller, it. would have small force were it]
not with the belief that they grown rich
in defiance of the statute laws, to say
nothing of the laws of Him whom some
of them profess to follow. It is no]
mere hostility that gives momentum to
lh?_ effort to regulate ruthless com
petition, Confuwed alarms and fantas
tic remedies are not infrequent. Legis
lators attach Wfl? 'ttMrfg in the same'
breath that thoy admit the evil lies in
something else. Hut under whatever
confusion and whatever unfair preju
dice there may be lies the unescapable
truth that for cemirrVes the human race
has been ib?trfyjnir penalties for
crimes committed by. the poor, and has
done little toward arranging for the
punishmrnl of Cnb rich. Petty larceny
receives at least as much attention as
it deserves from the machinery of jus
tice, but a man may go through life
giving huge bribes, thinly disguised, to
get him special privileges, arranging
corners in wheat or uotton, or contriv
ing monopolies, jyhich by law make him
a criminal .ajJiLhy^ in small clanger j
either from OTrWors' tff"jusuce or from
the sociidLgg^ULn^iuJtiMtause groat
theft : jf^jS^S^ft^iJ1"^ more rc
spectr^^^nan Ifflfflcr Theft that so
muc' ' founded moral feelings en
ters t agitation for stricter regu
tior wo call capital.
ii?. !?? 11 11 "'"
N?tige of election.
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
ES KCl it1v E Dkpa htm knt.
To the Commissioners of State and
County Elections for Abbeville,
Greenwood, Laurcns, Newbcrry and
Saluda^Counties, in the Eighth Judi
cial Cifcuit: -
Under and by virtue of an Act of the
General Assembly of the State of South
Carolina, entitled An Act to Assign
tin' Present Circuit Solicitors to the
Proper Circuits in Order to Confornt
lo the provisions of an Act entitled
"An Ai t to Divide the State into Ten
.Judicial Circuits and Arrange the Same,
and to I'rovide for the Elections of So
licitors for the Eighth and Ninth Cir
cuits approved February 20th, 1905,
notice is hereby given that a Special
Election will bo held in said Circuits on
the 11th d?y of Apiil 1905, for the pur
pose of electing a Solicitor for the
Eighth Judicial Circuit for the term
expiring at the; General Election
Now, therefore, you are hereby di
rected and required to hold said Spc
eial Election for Solicitor of the Eighth
Judicial Circuit on the said 11th day of
April, 19?5, for the term to expire at
the General Election of 1908.
The polls are to be opened at i he
various places of elections in said ( ir
? ?..il:, on Tuesday, ttie iltftdayirf April,'
1905, and U?o said election shall be con
ducted in accordance with the laws
governing General Elections.
In testimony-whereof I have hereunto
Het my hand and caused the
(l.. S.) Groat Seal to be affixed at Co
lumbia, this 20th day of Feb
ruary, 191?.'?, and in the One
Honored and Twenty-ninth year
of the 11.<i< pendeuce of the
Unite*! StAtos Of America. >
i IKY WARi
By the Governor:
J, T. ?ANTY, Secretary of State.
PERSONAL AN!) OTHERWISE.
1 i?itS$ I vi' }
Mr.'A. ll. SftXfJois \vHfj'in town Sun
day and Monduy.
> ffi?\ P. SiJiafejr and Miss Rosa.JW
ley V# Clintoft srferil Friday in the ?Ity.
? Messrs. D.'A. Davis and W. H. An
derson have returned from Now York.
Mr. J. A. Fowler of Ora was in town
lift W.'lV. Drummond of Lanford
Was in Ute City on Monday. 1
i Mr.]P.^R? Crawford was i" the ojty
MM GeoVfee S. MeCra'vy * wciU to
Washington to attend the inauguration
' Masters William Bruce and Montague
Oppcland visited relatives in Greenville
Friday, and Saturday. .
Mrs. W. R. DUUngham and children
h*ve returned to their ' home in Spar
Mi's.. J. E. Carlisle has returned
her home in Greenwood, after a visit U
her mother, Mrs. Mary Roland.
?Judge-R-. C. Watts -has returned to
Spnrtunburg, where he is presiding this
week, after spending jjCyoral "days* in
Considering the season Salo'sday on
Monday was well attended.
A vacant lot 1-4 of acre in Laurena to
Hugh S. Kennedy fox $25.
Acre lot near Princeton to J. C. Mil
Cord for $25.
2 3-4 acre lot near Princeton to J. C.
Eight, ncres near Princeton to J. C.
Mil ford for $100.00. >
1-3" undivided interest in lot in Clinton
to T. C. Sufrnperol & Bro. for $200.
Cotton Growers Meeting.'
In response to the call of Dr. W. C.
Irby, Chairman, the Township Cotton
Growers Association met in , tbo Court
House; on Saturday morning. The busi
ness of the meeting hingod on the re
port of the Committee on acreage and
membership and as the committee was
?riot ready to report little else came be
fore the faceting'.
The day was ideal for farm work and
since it was about the first of the
soaao) few farmers were present. The
business men of the city were busy'like
wise and this caused a rather slim at
tendance. ... ? . . ? .
The Committee on acreage and mcm
bership were instructed to make then
report to the Chairman not later than
They were further authorized to ap
point one assistant for each School Dis
trict to receive $1.00 per day for his
The meeting adjourned to meet again
at call of the Chairman.
State Executive Committee Decides on
The State Executive Committee has
decided upon the dates of tbo primaries
and the time and place of the several
campaign meetings, incident to the elec
tion of Solicitors of Eighth and Ninth
The first Primary will be held on
March 21st, 1905.
The second Primary will be held April
?1th and the general election April 18th.
Senator Bivens of Dorchester moved
that each candidate be exempted from
assessment at the hands of the State
Executive Committee, and that no count y
be permitted to assess a candidate more
than $25. Mr. Richards' amendment to
make the maximum limit $10 was voted
down and Mr. Bivens' was accepted.
It was decided that the campaign in
each circuit should start on March Uth.
thus mnking Friday, the 10th, as the
last day for filing pledges. As no as
sessment is to he paid to the State com
mittee, it was decided that the County
Chairman should report by wire on the
10th tho names of the candidates who
had paid their assessments before the
hour for closing the lists.
The members from the counties com
posing Che Eighth Circuit held a confer
ence and announced the following cam
paign dates : Saluda, Saturday, March
11th; Ncwberry, March 13th ; Laurens,
March 15th ; Abbeville, March 17th ;
Greenwood, March 18th.
It was decided that in tho towns in
which there are cotton factorie s in the
Eighth Circuit, there should be night
meetings for the benefit of the opera
It was announced that the Legisla
ture had passed an act which will obvi
UU) any recurrence of tho disagreeable
entanglement which came up from
Greenville County. The election for
Supervisor in that county was thrown
into a muss because the State committee
had no appellate jurisdiction over t he
County committee's rulings, and the act
recently passed will establish the right
of appeal to the State committe.
Hyomci, the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure,
Prcscrnbed by Physicians.
No one should confound Hyomci with
the patent medicines that are adver
tised to cure catarrh. It is as far su
perior tot them all as the diamond is
more valdubld than cheap glass* Their
composition is secret, but Hyomoi
gives its fprmula to all .reputable phy
sicians, j C O [TS SI JTl .1 ff Ml* C
Its base is the valuable eucalyptus
oil, famous for its antiseptic qualities.
This is cotrtblnod with rtromaUd and
I healing gums and balsam: , making a
pure liquid, which when useej in the
llyomei |fylf?%tiblialet,lflll? the tilrjyou
breathe with germ-killing, disease de
stroying and healing powers, that kills
all catarrhol germs that may bo in the
throat, nose and lungs.
How foolish iL is to try ; .id cure ca
tarrh by swallowing tablets or liquids.
The only natural way to cure this dis
ease and all other diseases of the re
spiratory organs is to breathe Hyomci.
This treatment has been so SUCCOSS
SUl, curing 09 per c( nt. of all who have
used it, that llyomei is now sold by
itdocs not cure. You run no risk what
ever in buying llyomei, If il 'lid not
possess unusual potytrs to'Mire, it'Could
not be sold upon thnffkm.
The complete tfyoiiui outfit Costa
$1.00 and comprPes an inhaler, a bottle
of llyomei and a dropper. The inhaler
will fast a lifetime; and additional bot
tles of I lyonmi can he obtained for BO
8m? tho ?8 KM You Have Always BougM
A-Oftll meeting of. tho,?lovklj?kiers of
the EIlitiM jn iao Bank was Iiq?H in the
office* of tho bank on ^Saturday. The
meeting was for tho purpose of deter
mining the advisability of .increasing
the capital siikHt^of tin* ..bank to
The policy of this bank is not to make
any radical changes against tho wishes
of the small shareholder, quite a num
ber of whom are farmers scattered
throughout the eounty. and aj the day
was ideal for farm work, tho attend
ance of individual stockholders was
snialh^ and action in the matter was
postponed until the annual iiiceling,
when a full attendance iean be hail, j
ITEMS I ROM TYLERSVULE,
Tyi.KUSVII.i.B, MurchG. ? Wo are inn -
ing some tine weather now and the
farmers are going lAffrt ajpng with
Mr. Jim Powers of Ora visited his
brother, Mfc\ John Powers, last Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Sims Ray will move
back to your city this week. We are
sorry to have them leave us.
Mr. and Mrs. Hilary Blakeleyof Clin
t n visited Mr. Blakeley's parents, Mr.
a ' Mrs. J. W. Blakclcylatft Sunday. ^
\ ?> are glad to say Aunt Mlr^ t Don
non i improving very fast.
Wo have preaching twice a month,
at Sandy Springs now. Every Third
Sunday at 11 o'clock and.Kii^t Su^jdaj*
at 3.80 o'clock. j^gfe ^j^fe?
There will be a Missionary Meeting
at Sandy Springs, Second Sunday eve
ning at U o'clock.
Miss Lillie Earle Sadler visited Miss
Emma Blakeley Friday niglit.
Miss Eliza McDill is sick at this writ
Mrs. Jeff Davis was down to see her
mother, Mrs. Mary Donnon, last week.
Mr. J. H. Powers was in your city
Mr. T. P. Poole went to Greenwood]
Saturday to see his daughter, Miss Nina,
who is attonding school there.
Mr. and Mrs. George Pulley visited
at Efioree Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Larry Dillard visited Iiis parents
The New Road Law.
The following is an extract from tho
new road law, which goes into offect on
?January 1st, 1900. All of tho Act which
pertains to Lauren* County i.?i included
in this extract. What affects the other
counties only is purposely omitted
Sec. 2. AH male persons able to per
form the labor herein required, from
the age of LS to 50 years, both inclusive,
except ministers of the gospel in actual
charge of a congregation, teachers em
ployed in a public school, school trustees,
and persons permanently disabled in the
military service of this State, and per
sons who served in the late War Be
tween the States, and all persons actu
ally employed in the quarantine service
of the State, and all students who may
be attending any school or college at
the time when the commutation tax
may become law, shall be required an
nually to perform labor on the highways
under the direction of the overseer of
the road district in which he shall re
side, in the various counties, as follows:
Laurons, four days ; provided, persons
liable to labor under this section shall
have the right to furnish a competent
substitute to labor in his stead ; and
provided further, ten hours a day shall
be a day's work.
Sec, '\. In lieu of performing or caus
ing to bo performed the labor of ten
hours per day, as herein named for the
several counties, a commutation tax
may he paid by the persona so liable,
on or by the first day of March in each
year, which in the following counties
shall be : Laurens, $1.00; which shall
be expended upon the public roads of
the county, and as nearly as possible in
tho townships from which it was col
lected ; and any failure to pay said road
tax shall be a misdemeanor and the
offendor upon conviction shall be pun
ished by a line of not more than fifty
dollars (>?*.">< >. oi i) or imprisoned for not
more than thirty days. And the County
Supervisor is hereby authorized to have
the roads worked by contract, by the
overseer plan, or by employing- super
intendents of work ; and all road hands
shall be required to work under any
person directed by. the Supervisor where
they have failed to pay the commuta
Sec. 5. This Act shall go into effect
on the 1st day of January, P'oO.
Big dress goods opening next Friday,
Saturday and Monday at
O. B. Simmons Co.
Notice of Election
In School District No. 3, Watrrloo
Whereas, a written petition from
one-third of the electors and a like pro
portion of freeholders of the age of
twenty-one years, residing in School
District No." 3, Waterloo Township,
Laurens County, Ins been filed with
the County Board of Education of. said]
County, asking that -tn annual tax or
two mills bo levied and collected upon
the real and personal property returned |
for taxation in said District to supple
ment the Constitutional lax of 8 mills
levied for school purposes in said. Dis
t riet, it is ordered -
That the Hoard of Truste. ?. r>f aid
School District shall hold an ele-jvon at
Centreville School House in s;.id rMs^l
hid, on Hie 11th day of March A. I).,
1905, for tip; purpose of deciding if said
tax shall be levied and collected.
At said election only such ( lector.; as
return real or personal property for
taxation, and wdio exhibit their tax re
ceipts and registration certificates, as
required at general elections, shall he
allowed lo vole.
At said election the Said Board of
Trustee;.'; shall act as Manager.', and
the election shall he conducted as is
provided by law for the conduct of gen
At said election each olector favoring
the proposed levy shall cast a hallo!
containing the word "Ye ." written or
printed thereon, and each elector op
posed to said levy shall cast, a ballot
Containing the word "No" written or
print cd t nor con.
Within ten day:; after stud election,
if the majority of those, voting hall
vol.e lor aid levy, the said Hoard of
Trustees shall furni hi he County Au
ditor with the statement of I he amount
By order of the County Board of
Education of Laurens County.
R. W. NASH,
W. M. bryson,
R. E. Hamm,
County Board of Education.
This a Year of Disasters.
I Lee Spangler, tho York, Pa., pro
phet, who attrtictcd much attention by
accurately predicting great events, has
issued his prophecies lor the year 1905,
in part as follows:
"Woe unto,.Russia. She is fast ap
proaching boa doom. Tho people will
Overthrow the empire. The royal family
and jyho loading members of tho no
bility will'bo murdered". The country
will be divided into two small repub
lics ami elective monarchies, and these
will be constantly quarreling and in a
stn e of wnruntil tne end ot the world
comas in 190*,
' The United States will not escape.
Tho worst riots in tho history of tho na
tion are to occur this year. It will be
a year of strikes in all the "great indus
trial nations of the world.
"There will 1 bo many big fires In the
United States, and in other civilizod
nations. }t will be a year of great less
to the insurance companies.
(JKOUN'O HOC, A FAKtf.
"Belief in the ground hog as a weath
er forecaster Is a superstition that the
Devil has put la the mir.de of the peo
ple. According to natural indications
and to tho revelations of God there will
be an early spring. The summer will
be a dry one. Crops will bo ruined by
drouths. There are to be numerous
earthquake shocks during the year. ~
There will be most severe shocks in the
old world. Iv, Pennsylvania, New York,
>Je.\v.Jersey and New. England, there
will be shocks sullicient to cause chim
neys to topple over and cornices and
i-picturea to fajl.
b "In literary production", 1905 will be
a profitable year. Tho world's great
est book of philosophy, excepting the
Biblo, of course, will be written this
year. It will be written by a man who
is .now obscure and. is struggling
against thu greate^offds to accomplish
the worklhat GotrRas mapped but for
him. ? -
We don't know of course who the
philosopher 'referred to is or where he
hails from* otit we gather from some
tilings appearing between the lines that
Mr. Spangler is himself the referred to.
All hail to Spangler! Erin go Unum
EpluribusBrahU Doom!!!?Emtor Ad
WORTH A THOUGHT.
This Statement Will Interest Scores of
The facts given below arc worth a
perusal by all who arc anxious about
their physical condition or are similarly
situated to this resident of Laurens. It
is a local occurrence and can be thor
James Vincent, a mill hand, living on
Factory Hill, says: "Doan's Kidney
Pills did my back and kidneys a lot of
good. 1 have suffered for several years
with backaeho, and nobody knows "what
it is but those who have had it. I
thought I was doomed to pass the bal
ance'of my life with it, but I am thank
ful to say that since I used Doan's Kid
doy Pills I have not had the backache
once. Before I used them 1 had it about
all the time, night and dav, and the
constant dull aching across tho small of
my back was sometimes so bad 1 could
not get about at all and it kept me
awake all night. Nothing 1 did gave
me relief, although I did everything 1
know-put on liniments and wore plas
ters?but nothing helped me until I got
Doan's Kidney Pills at the Palmetto
Dmg Company's store. Thev did the
work and cured me. Since taking them
my health has been belter than during
tho lnst fifteen years."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50cents.
Fostor-Milburn Company, Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for the United States,
Remember the name?Doan's ?and take
je? <jp o >r?. ac .
Bsn?s tho /)( 1 l jtowj Always Bcugiii
There are two dangers
in a hernia.
First?Not wearing a
Second ? Wearing one
that does not fit.
We guarantee" a perfect
fit and wear in our SILVER
Try one -
PALMETTO DRUG CO.
Final Sett lenient.
TAKE notlco that on the 4th day of
April, 1905, I will render a final ac
count of my act;; and doings as Admin
iatratfix of the estate of Henry Jones,
deceased, in tho office of Judge of Pro*
bate of Laurens County, at 11 o'clock
a. rft., and on th<? same date svill apply
for a final discharge from my trust as
All persons having demands against
said eslate, will please present them on
or before that dato, or be forovor
barred, and all nersons indebted to said
estate must, make payment to the un
dersigned before that dale.
Adminisf rat rix.
Take notice, that on the 4th da\ of
April, 1905, I will render a final account
of my acts and doings as Executor of
tiro estate of R?sa Jones, deceased, in
tho OfilCQ cl Judge of Probate of Lau
ren.-. County, at u o'c lock, a. m., and
on tbi> same date will apply for a final
discharge from my trust as such Fx
All persons having demands against
said estate, will please present them on
or before that date, proven and authen
ticated, ..i oe forever barred, and all
person:', indebted t?, qafd e ?Mto must
?vrako payment to ?.I. . .;,;:.:.;! !..
fore t nal date.
March 1, 1005.-30-lm.
It is our aim to produce for
1,905 the most attractive, up-to
date line of Sideboards, both in
style, workmanship and finish to
be found in South Carolina and
at prices that will surely bring us
' ?. .BOlUlllllJ
' ol Jlol '<;
t I ? j| ^ oyu'l 'ioli
For a neat, well proportioned
serpentined front, quartered oak,
piano polish finished board. We
oftWyou our new, No. 1150 hs
shown1 in cut.
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I if id .1
mJaotl . .ii
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Full quartered Oak, Double
Shape Top, 24 x 50 case, French
Beveled Plate Mirror, 18 x 36.
One Draw" Lined, Extra Heavy
Cast Brass Handles.
We have others from $9.95
to $60.00 equally as good.
Don't you think that if you use
Witch Hazel and Bay Rum that is a
good quality a little more freely that
you could keep your face in better con
We have a Talcum Powder that
contains great healing qualities. It is
really the finest thing to be used after
shaving. It keeps the skin soft and
smooth and free from irritation and skin
We are selling quite a number of
preperations highly recommended for
use after shaving. Also shaving soaps
Dodson's Drug Store.
?SS b 8 c t sb'c I'rc p ? ro! io n fo v A s
similalin? Hie Food andRegula
ling the Slointiclis and?owels of
!: 1 N-F.AN 1? /1 H1LI) K t N
ness and Rcsl.Contains neither
Opium.MOiphine nor >?ucral.
Kry* c/SO/d Ik \IMI/?L 11TCMER
If'/I i .IV.',/
For Infants und Children.
The Kind You Have
A perfect Remedy forConslipn
lion, $our Stomach,Diarrhoea
Worms (Convulsions ,Fevcrish
nces and Loss of Sleki?.
Facsimile Signature or
Al l? iniiiillis ol ll R?
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
THi ocntaur BOMrArtv. nr.w vork city.
Special Notice -J have rccolv< 0 ;i 1
lino lint' of Spring : ml Htiinnif r r.nmplos
of all the latest styles Prices tosuiubo
liinoi. I'mVk made to o'der from M DO
up. Siiiu nuido to ord r from ?13 00
Up. A lit, is alw.- .y ; ,u\mt< ed I :1o
invite you to joia my pr?esloa club,
only flvoo por mouth. Phone. 180, Min
I'. .1 l>AN( V, Tailor.
3Yjo warn <;-;\i\,y loan and womon.in fho
'Unltotl Hiiitoa lotftVfisteif in Mio euro of
Oplnni, WhlKttey 5i* OtfioT (iTVft habits,
either for t hmitKolvor or friends,'to havo
one of Dr. Woolloy'n books on tlioso uin
ptWiOK. "Wrlto Dr. B, M. Woolh y, At Innta,
Ua., liox ?87, and ono will bo son t you 1 reo.
Notice Koad Tax.
All p'T?ons are hereby hotlflod Lbat a
commutation road ta>; of one dollar will
bo received until the first day of March,
1005, after which date a penalty of fifty
cents will be attached,
H, B. Humbert,
28-tf, Supervisor Laurons County.
Executor-, AdininUtr.itors ai il Gunr
. diaus are remlrtiled that the time for
.I Infi tnelr annual returns eem
mtnees the llrrttdav of .laomuv.
0. (;. Tfl< >MPSON,
Dao. liftconth, ?ol. J. P. L. C
WATER MELON SEED
pW?>:- QROWN IN THE SUNNY SOUTH. ^
Vti'/? " Groon rind, red meat, full of Juice and so sweet."
^If you want quality, sweetness, and tho best melotts that It lUty
possible to grow, plant our southern-grown melon seed. Northern
or western-grown melon seed doesn't begin to compare, when you
?consider the quality and product of the fruit produced. ..n\\J"
Wood's Descriptive S?ed Catalogue tells nboxit Iho best southern melons,
ki, ami all other Kami and harden Ueed> It's mailed free for the asking. >?
WV, We are headquarters for Cow Peas. Sorghun-.s, Seed Corn, Rnsllage ,
Corn, nifkt, So!? fU???, Velvet Beans, etc. Speelul price 7j
list of J'arm Seeds mailed on request. ..nW?
J,W Wood & Sons, SeG?sWi Richmond, Va,
We offer the following Second-hand Machinery
for sale?all in good condition.
One 9 H. P., Nagle Portable Engine.
One 6 to 8 H. P., Frick Portable Engine.
One 6 to 8 H. P., Ames Portable Engine.
One 10 H. P., Stationary Engine and Boiler.
One 20 H. P., " " no Boiler.
One Set Mill Rocks.
One Saw Mill.
Also, two new Rapid Fire Hay Presses.
These must go at once.
LAURENS, S. C.
Foundry, Machine Shop, Building Material.
The Bank of Laurens
Laurens, S. C,
ESTABLISHED NOVEMBER, 1B95
0T~f&!& ; Money in a strong bank is better
V than government bonds, because
? My lit earns more and is quite as
:?4g I safe. This bank allows interest
IJ in its savings department at four
SI, per cent, per annum, compounded
^ January and July. Its ample
|>j capital and .surplus and careful
'I I conservative management affords
| absolute safety.
Deposits received from one
(). B. SIMMONS, President.
J. J. Pluss, W. P. Caine,
CASHIBR. asst. CASHIER.
l have for sale is accession, Wakefield and Early Spring
Cabbage Plants, grown in open air on sea coast from seeds
bought from the best and most reliable Seedsmen in the
United States at the following prices V. O. B.
Lots 1,000 to 5,000 $1.50 per M.
" 5,000 to 1O.000 $1.25 per M.
Lots Over 10,000 Special Prices on Application.
SrKClAI. INDUCKMKXTS TO DKAI.KRS.
Any information as to the cultivation of Cabbage will
bo cheerfully given on application,
S. J. RUMPH, Adams Run, S. C.