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PUBLISHED WEEKLY WINNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, MARCM 21, 1906. ESTABLISHED1844
HORESMARES li MULES
I have the best selection of stock
that can be seen in any country
Heavy Mules for hauling.
In fact can suit you in any kind of
a horse or mule.
Examine my stock. Get my prices
and I can do business with you.
D. A. Crawford..
If you want a, buggy or a set of
harness, get r)W prices. The best
buggy on She market is tl. Rock
HE FOUND THEM AT
W. C. Beaty Co.'s.
A purchaser looking for thefollow=
ing goods found them here:
Cole's Guano Distributers
Palmetto Cotton Planters
Wagon Axles and Skeins
Bliss and Early Rose Pota
Some specially attt active
ROCKERS. They are beau=
A lot of COTS for the spring
and summer at small cost.
The BEST BED SPRINGS
on the market.
Another shipment of those
pretty HAT RACKS at the
same attractive prices to ar=
rive this week.
More MATTRESSES expect
The finest FURNITURE in
Fairfield found here.
Bliss' Red Triumph Planting1
Bliss' White Planting Potatoes.
Fine E5ating Irish Potatoes.
Yellow and White Onion Sets.
Buist's Garden Seeds of all kinds.
You can get them at
Geo. R. Lauderdabes.
Ile is honest with you, he has
:orrowed chicken and egg money:
ie knows all about the hard strug
Yle to live we have, all had on our
arms. Although my letter
sounds foolish(I am a foolish fel
ow) it is all truth. Think of it:
,onsider for yourself.
Now, I invite you and the old
aayseed to go out to the next
neeting of the farmers club near
you, listen to the talk there
about the Cotton Association and
become working members of the
Read the papers, keep up with
the Cotton Association, and if
rheodore Price comes on your
farm in person or in the person
> one of his agents, and offers to
buy your 1906 crop, call the dogs
and run him off.
Don't let old hayseed plant
within twenty-five per cent of
the 1904 acreage. C. C. Moore.
President North Carolina Divi
sion Southern-Cotton Associa
Torture By Savages.
"Speaking of the torture to
which some of the savage tribes
in the Philipp'ies subject their
:aptives, rem' me of the in
ense suffering ndured for three
nonths from inu mmation of the
Eidneys," says W. M. Sherman,
>f Cushing, Me., "Nothing helped
ne until I tried Electric Bitters,
hree bottles of hich completely
uicd me." Cles Liver Com
plaint, Dyspepsia, Blood disor
lers and Malaria; and restores
the weak and nervous to robust
dealth. Guaranteed by McMaster
Do., Jno. H. McMaster & Co.,
iruggist. Price 50c.
Messrs. Milner and Wither
poon Wallacp qf the capital re
-eltly made a fiying trip up to
heir eld home,
Miss Eunita Ruff of Bichland
ounty,accompanied by her friend,
Hr. Howell, came home -on a
hort trip last week.
Miss Mayde Chappell has a
school in Darlington county. She
eft last Saturday to take charge
>f the same.
grg. :4. A. Chepgii vstn
er sgp, M. Q. . 4appoll, at
Misses Chappell and Lucille
urry and Messrs. McMeekin,
rohn Swygert and S. S. Curry
Lttended the hot supper at Mr.
Wade Macfie's on last Friday
dight, given for the benefit of the
L R. P. church. They speak of
t a being qoite an enjoyable
Mrs. Oscar bappell and ch
tren spent last Sunday with her
Mr. Ban Elkin of Columbia
ecently paid this neighborhood
Mr. end Mrs. J. A. Mayer of
>eak spent awhile with her moth
r at Monticello last week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Yarbor
. the capital'last weeksY
Without An Equal.
Iessrs. Hirshberg, Hollander &
Gentlemen-I have been using
or Stag Paint for the past 5
van and I tgke pleasure in ex
ressing my satisfaction. I have
Led a great many brands, but
or Whiteness, Covering Capacity
,nd igh Gloss, I find STAG to
'iceed any I have used.
W. J. Graves.
For perfect satisfaction use
tag Brand Semi-Paste Paint.
"One gallon makes two"
For sale by J. H. McMaster &
o., Winnsboro, S. C.
Going Cotton Crazy.
It is said that more eorn and
Lay s being shipped into Marl
oro than ever before in its his
ory, and this is nothing to what
till happen next year, judgig
rom the proportion of the lia
hat is being prepared for cotton.
-Pee Dee Advocate.
A Lively Tussle
rith that old enemy of the race,
jonstipation, often ends in Ap
>endicitis. To avoid all serious
rouble with Stomach, Liver and
lowels, take Dr. King's New
jife Pills. They perfectly re
ulate these organs, without pain
>r discomfort. 25c at McMaster
jo., Jno. ,H. McMaster & Co.,
We don't know, dear farmer
riend, that you will follow, our
dvice as to cuttin~g down pro
luction, but we do hope that of
our own motion you will largely
ucrease y-ur corn acreage, and
dso give that necessary crop a
ood share of the fertilizers you
-av boughtE-Barnwell People.
To the Women of the Confederacy
Raise the shaft, tis for our mothers,
Set its bae with colors fai-:
Furl the faded, stariy banner
Round its statl, and leave it there.
Lift it wher! the earlicat sunbean
Drives the morning's mist away.
Leave it wiere the fading twilight
Liugers ( gest with the day.
Twine the ityrtle with the ivy,
And the fragrant scented vine;
Bring the w hite magnolia blossoms
And the crinisoi columbine.
North and east and south and west
Front its columns pure and white,
Wriie upon the peerless marble,
On its polished tablets, write
How they tOiled and prayed and suf
Through hlie long and bitter years.
Kept the altar fires burning,
With the incense of their tears;
How their love, in streams of blessing,
Wore its (lhannels deep and wide,
Bore the forunes of the battle,
Oi its broid and surging tide;
How their faith, that trusted ever,
Rested on the soldier's shield,
Watched above the bloody carnage,
And upon thie tented field;
How the summer bloomed and faded,
Yet did Love and Trust abide,
But.their hopes, like shattered roses,
With the autumn glory died.
Then from out the burnipg embers,
Love and hope and faith and trust
Soared above the desolation,
Shook their plumage of its dust;
Returning, brought the sprig of olive,
S2.w the bov of pro:nise spannsd,
And the dawn of peace and plenty
O'er a broad and smiling land.
But the heart kn6ws no forgetting,
- Ani within her silent halls.
Where the fragrant incense rises
And the inner sunlight falls,
Hang the swords and rusty scabbards,
With the coats of faded Gray,
And perfumed with myrrh and aloes,
All the flags are laid away.
And beside the faded banners,
4nd the urns of storied dust,
Memory stands within the portals,
Keeping watch above her trust.
Winnsboro, S. C.
To Mr. Cotton Farmer's Wife.
(From the Progresive Farmer.)
Dear Mrs. Farmer: Have you
thought seriously about the
Southern Cotton Association? Do
yogi know what it is and what it
Now if you do not know w
this Association has done, and is
doing, I want to tell you right
here that your husband is asleep
or else he knows things that he
thinks are too big for his wife to
Now, madam, don't you wait
n old blayseed husband one min -
ate; he : b 4 number; he
doesn't know that the ivi War~
is over. Auy man who lies not
told his wife~ that the Cotton As
sociation hsd put him in sha.pe
to fill the longest and biggest
stocking the child could find last
Christmas eve, is always behind
the porcession. Shake sour old
man, and ask him what in the
Gy f goodness ever promptedE
him to byy ; !aw comb, brush
and looking gh s .
You want to know h4ow it is
that for once in your life you
have a whole bolt of bleached
jomestic in your house and that
uowou do not haie to cut and
aem the bottom of a big bran sack,
run a draw stringt in the top of it
.d say, "here, Mary, I have
~ada ypg a new petticoat."
Mrs, Farmer; yog certainly .1
raut to know 1how in th woF4 ,
;he old man can afford to buy a
~olar's worth of granulated 1
~ugar at one time, when before he f
iought but two pounds of the ~
3heapest brown sugar.
For one cent you can learn all
bout it. Ju~st take a postal card
and address it to President
Farvie Jordan, Atlanta, Ga, and
tell him to send you the circular,
:What the Southern Oottan Asso- (
i'atin Stands For."
Write that card to-d.y!
Madam, do you know that it is
lirety against you and your1
hildten to allow your hus band
to sell his cotton crop for future
If sour husband has sold his
un~pted crop, by so doing he
robs ou and the children of _
many comforts next winter. He
is helping the speculators to keep
dow the price of cotton. Not
only dee3 he injure you but he(
prevents his neighbor from get
tgfair comnpensation for his la-t
Talk to the ol ma~n. Wake
him u: and ask him if he knows
what is going ou in the South.
Pecr old hayseed-he would
now be in the poorhouse if it
were not for his wife's chickens,
eggs and butter.
He don't know how to sell to
baco or cotton; these crops make
hisn pozrer every year. Whiy,
theold sleept hL:d can't buy a
p -; pr d unless be bor
zow t. ai >Ug' rflnhus wife.
Mrs Farmer, dont laugh at old
-manoea yu Lead these lines.
Evolution of Woman.
When Eve brought woe t.o. all
Oi.1 Adam called her " onn
But when she w ooed witi Iove so
He th' n pronounceti ior woo
But uw wah folly ad with
Their husbands' pockets trimm
The Ladies are so full of whims
The people call then whim-men.
Ltter to T. H. Ketchin.
Winnsboro, S. C.'
D1- S5ir: We know what the
paint- a; o all made-of, you know;
we have it. In Wilson, N C, are
two dealerq. One of 'em thinks
he can't sl paint for nore than
$1 a galloyi; the othe'r wou't have
such stuff in his siore-:sels
Devoe lead-and-zinc, of course.-.
The $1 paint is adulterated 76
per ceu!; Devoe is all lead and
zine snw linseed oil, with as little
good d ryer as possible..: A gallon
Devoe has init a little more paint
than four gallons of the other.
A gallon Devoe will cover as
much as four of the other, , Who
wants to pay wages for painting
four gallons for one?
How much is Devoe lead-and
zinc worth in that town?
79 F W DEvoE & Co
John H. McMaster & Co. sells
G. B. Burhans testifies after four
G. B. - Burhans,' of Carlise Center,
N. Y.. writes: "About four years ago
I wrote you stating that I had been
entirely cured of a severe kidney trou,
Ile by taking less than two bottles f
Foley's Kidney Cure. It entirely
stopped the bric1; dust sediment, and I
pan and symptoms of kidney disease
disappeared. I am glad to say that I
have never had a return of any of those
symptoms during the four years that
have elapsed and I am evidently cured
to stay cured, and heartily reconmend
Foley's Kidney Cure to any one suffer
ing from kidney or bladder trouble."
A few days ago while crossing
the public square, winding in and
out between tha scores of' guano
laden wagqns, we came across an
'told time" colored man who was
feeding his mule beside his wagon.
Among othor.thing we asked him
how in the world the people were
going to pay for so much guano,
and he replied, with a chuckle,
"Scratch in de dirt fer it." It.
will require a great d1al of scratch
in' to pay fiRT. 41 o! the "oanna"
that is being hauled from this'
A Scientific Wonder.
The cures that stand to its
credit make Bucklen's Arnica.
Salve a scientific wonder. It1
cured E. R. Mulford, lecturer for
the Patrons of Husbandry, Way.
nesboro, Pa., of a distressing
case of Piles, It heals thae worst
Bu~rns, S~ores, Poils, Ulcers, Cuts,
Wognas, Chilblains and SaltJ
Rhenm. Only 25c at McMaster ~
Co., Jno. H, McMaster & Co. ~
A given number
greater yield of cott
Farmers' Bone doe
the acreage and in~
has twenty-.one- ye4
V3,000 carloads of ]
This volume of bus
Norfolk, Va- F.
Columbhia, S. C. =
M akes delicious hot biscuit,
griddle cakes, rollsand muffins.
An absolutely pure, cream of tarta powder.
ROYAL BAKING POWBIt.CO. N;YORK.
A CARLOAD OF
CRYSTA L FLOUR
just in. Will be sold at close
figures for the cash.
for spring sowing here.
in half barrels.,
Still selling the well=known
K. R; McMaster.
I have- greatly enlarged my stock nd am
now carrying a large and varied stock of
Hardware, Glassware, -Tinware, Glassware,
Fverything in the Hardware line.
A large assortment of Agateware.
Special attention called to my stock of Pipe
Fittings and Wagon Materials.
Bring me your repair work. Special attenb
tion given to repairing bicycles.
Highest market price paid for Furs.
OTTON GINNEI15 AND MACHINERY OWNERS
* Write for priceson the following
~bit -Coup),ings Gauges ~ Lubricators Belt, Gundy
~rills Gauge Cocks Oil Cups -Belt, Rubber Drill Press -
[ack Saws. Oil Cans .Beit, Leather Ejectors . Hammers
'ittings Injectors . Pipe Files . Pulleys
Lae Leither Packing all kinds, Shiaftir g; Collars for shafting and anything
else in machine~ry supplies.
;olumbia Supply Co, - - - - -Columbia, S. C.
of acres fertilized with Farmers' Bone produce a
>n, than the same acreage with ordinary fertilizer..
s more than that. It makes it possible to reduce
crease the yield. Try it this year. The man .
Made With Fish
irs of fertilizer experience back of him. Over
loyster fertilizers were used on the crops of 1905.
iness stamps Farmers' Bone the best.
K AT OUR TWENTY YEARS' RECORD
1890-1,500 TON S
1900-58,455 TONS 0
)05-130,091 TONS *
S. ROSE UAN0 0U. Ian *C*