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BANK 0
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CAPIT
We want your account at
ing easy and pleasant for y<
account with us, come and
see us anyhow.
In our Savings Departme
rate of 4 per cent per anni
July and October.
W. R. Rabb, President.
T. W. Traylor, Vice-Presi
W. R. Rabb,
T. W. Traylor,
J. C. Buchanan,
D. V. Walker,
J. W. Hanahan,
R. Y. Turner,
S. C. Cathcart,
Want
I have a fe,
I will trade ft
I will buy yol
you will sell
prices.
Balsam of \
D. A.'C
Dc
McC
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All parts and
machines alh
better machii
See me befor<
SPECIAl
Sf101
The Callaha
3509 Main St., COT
We prepay expr
accompanies ord<
teed.
C. B. F
COTTON GINNERS
Write for pr
Babbit Cuplings
Hack Saws Oil Cans
LaeLaher Packing all kinds,
else in
Columbia Supply Co.
anized 1906
F FAIRFIELD
NNSBORO, S. C.
A.L, $50,000
id will appreciate it and make your bank
>u. If you have not already opened your
tell us why; if you have, then come and
nt interest is cheerfully allowed at the
2m, payable quarterly, January, April,
OFFICERS.
J. M Jennings, Cashier.
dent. Hugh S. Wylie, Teller.
DIRECTORS.
F. R. McMeekin,
T. W. Ruff,
J. R. Curlee,
J. J. Robertson,
J. L. Mimnaugh,
Leroy Springs,
J. M. Jennings.
to Trade?
w New Buggies that
)r horses or mules.
-OR
ur mule or horse, if
I at summer time
Best Liniment Used
GUARANTEED.
RAWFORD.
ering
and
or mick
>wers
and
akes.
fixtures for these
vays in stock. .No
ies on the market.
Sbuying.
M. W. DOTY.
L EXCURSION
3 SALE.
S WEEK.....
n=Dobson Shoe Co.
UTJMB IA, S. C., 1509 Main St.
ess charges when money
r. Satisfaction guaran
RIPP, Manager.
AND MACHINERY OWNERS
ices on the following
i us BLt brRubber Drill Press
t, Leather Eectors Hm ers
Shfting; Collars for shafting and anything
nachinery supplies.
. . . Cnolumbia, S. C.
The Throne of Thunder,
Mtngo Maw Lobeh, the thronie, Or
place of thunder, as the natives call it,
the peak of Kameruns. as the whites
call it, is the highest point on the west
ern side of the African contineut. The
first view the voyager gets of It who,
coming from the northward, has been
coasting for weeks along low shores
and up the stagnant rivers. fringed
with mangrove swamp, is a thing no
man can ever forget. Suddenly, right
up but of the sea, the great mountain
rises to its 13,760 feet, while close at
hand, to westward, towers the lovely
Island mass of Fernando Po to Its
10,190 feet, and great as is its first
charm every time you see it it becomes
greater, although it is never the same.
Five times I have been in the beautiful
bay at its foot and have never seen It
twice alike. Sometimes it Is wreathed
with Indigo black tornado clouds, some
times crested with snow, sometimes
standing out hard and clear, as though
made of metal, and sometimes softly
gorgeous, with green, gold, purple and
pink vapors tinted by the sunset.
London Mail.
A Trying Reform.
A Presbyterian clergyman of New
York with two popular daughters has
discovered a new way to end the vis
its of their beaus at a seemly hour-a
plan which might appeal to lay fami
lies as well. For a number of years
it has been a custom of this good man
to hold evening worship after supper,
always concluding the prayers with a
short discourse. Things went very
well until the daughters began to re
ceive the attentions of young men and
begged off or stole away to make their
evening toilets. Then the minister
changed the devotional hour until 10
in the evening. This reform created
an upheaval, but the father insisted,
and at the stroke of 10 the visiting
young men are now left one alterna
tive-either to leave or join with the
family In prayer-and it has proved a
severe test of their devotion for the
daughters when those not prayerfully
inclined stick it out, sermon and all.
New York World.
The Good Fellow.
The treasurer of a church temper
ance society told at a temperance meet
ing a dramatic story.
"A woman entered the barroom," he
said, "and advanced quietly to her
husband, who sat drinking with three
other men. She placed a covered dish
on the table and said:
"'Thinkin' ye'd be too busy to come
home to supper, Jack, I've fetched it to
you here.'
"And she departed.
"The man laughed awkwardly. He
invited his friends to share the meal
with him. Then he removed the cover
from the dish.
"The dish was empty. It contained
a slip of paper that said:
"'I hope you will enjoy your supper.
It is the same as your wife and chil
dren have at home.' "-Life.
Coffee-Ten.
Coffee-tea Is the common beverage
of the natives of Java and Sumatra.
When required for infusion the coffee
leaves are gathered fresh from the
trees and are dried in a pan over a
slow fire until they are light brown.
They are then put into a teapot, boiling
water is poured over them, and the in
fusion is drunk with milk and sugar.
It seems the general opinion that cof
fee should come in contact with metal
as little as possible. The Viennese peo
pe prefer a glass bottle to a canister
for storing, and Brazilians use earth
enware in preference to a metal pot
for making.
Antelopes Choose the Open.
The antelope lives always in open
country, unlike members of the deer
family, which invariably prefer a
thick, dense forest They cannot be
driven ito timber cover or thickets
of brush, but will literally turn about
and run over a pursuer, if necessary,
rather than be forced into cover. If
they are ever obliged to pass by or
through such places for food and wa
ter, they take a great deal of time to
do so, as if they were determined to
see everything that could be seen en
route-H. H. Cross in Century.
The Great Lakes.
Lake Superior is the deepest of the
great lakes, showing by soundings
1,008 feet in at least one place. Mich
igan stands second, with 100 feet less.
Huron and Ontario are about 750 in
the deepest parts, while Lake Erie is
but 204. Vast areas of Lake Erie will
not show a depth exceeding 80 feet.
The bottom of Lake Michigan is 400
feet above sea level.
An Odd Verdict.
A fury In Lindsey, Lincolnshire, Eng
land, after being out some time on a
case of alleged false pretenses, return
ed to court and said, "We can't bring
him in guilty and don't like to say he
Is not guilty." They were sent back~
and in fifteen minutes reached this ver
dict, "We find him guilty, but not with
itent." The prisoner was discharged.
Blackmail
"Mamma," said five-year-old Margie,
"I'll make a bargain with you."
"What kind of a bargain, dear?" ask
ed her mother.
"If yoa'Il give me a penny every day
to buy candy with," replied the small
diplomat, "I'll not tell any one yot
have false teeth."
The One to Be Pleased.
"No." said Peckham, "we never have
boiled ham at our house any more."
"Why," replied Newitt, "I thought
you were very fond of it."
"So I am, but my wife's pet dog
won't eat it at alL"- Philadelphia
Press.
One is never weary of life. One is
only tired of oneself.-Carmen Sylva.
When t wo strong men come to
hlow, even if they are well matched,
it is not a pleasing sight, but if the man
who gets the worst of it will use De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, he will look
better and feel better in short order. Be
sure you get DeWitt's. Good for every
thing a salve is used for, including
piles. Sold by all druggists.
J. D. McMEEKIN,
Dentist.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Essential to the Course,
The automobile mry have come
to stay, but it will ave to stand
the witticisms of the press for a
good while. One of the latest
satirical thrusts is from t h e
Chicago News:
"That was an ideal course the
Automobile club selected for its
race."
"Think so?"
"Yes; there was a blacksmith
shop and a pharmacy every half
mile."
Sp a Pojuters
GLASSWARE--A large
variety at bargain prices
TINWARE- A specialty.
Can supply all y o u r
wants in this line.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Give me a call and see
what I can do for you in
these.
TOILET SOAP--4 boxes at
only 15 cents, easily
worth 25 cents.
CANDY-Good Mixed Can
dies at io and 20 cents
a pounds.
R. A. Buchanan.
be
Implement Co.,
RICHMOND, VA.,
are headquarters for
V Crimp and other
ROOFING
Galvanized or Painted.
Wire Fenucin"
Grain Drils
l silaoe Cutters
-Feed Mils.
Cider MiMs, etc.
Write for prices and our full
Descriptive Catalogue of all
the best
Farm Implements
Mailed Free, on Request.
J, Wilson Gibbos
TYPEWRITER HEADQUARTERS
1412 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
South Carolina Agent
DENSMORE TYPEWRITER-The1
best writing machine at any price.
*CHICAGO TYPEWRITFR-T h e
best for the price-$3 and $50.
ALL MAKES-Rented, Exchanged,
Bought. Repairing on the premises by
an expert.
RUBBER STAMP FACTORY
Stamps me every Adanepr m
ing Machines, Check Punches of all
kinds.
OFFICE SUPPLIES AND FUR
NITURE--Everything from a Pen
Point to a Roll Top Desk. Sectional
Filing Cases, Bookcases and Card In
dsxes a specialty, 10-18.
A Great
Advance
has been made in the
making of hardware
for fine dwellings.
Careful people are
using Corbin's Locks
and Trimmings. A
variety of design s
suitable in style and
finish for Ine various
classes of arch itec
ture makes a selection
easy. Write
W. S. STEWART,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
UNDER TAKING
WILL BE CONTINUED IN
the future the same as in the past
in the old establishment in all its
departments with a full stock of
Caskets, Burial Cases and Coffins
constantly on hand, and use of
hearse when requested.
Thankful for past patronage
and solicitous for a share in the
future, in the old stand.
Calls attended to at all hours.
TH~ EILIOTT GIlN SOP.
J. M. ELLIO'TT & CO.
Strongly endorsed. The recognized
best. Our graduates are in demand.
Day and ntght classes organized each
week. Enter at once. Wriite for
Those who are gaining flesh
z-nd stcrngth by regular treat
Ment with
Scott's Emulsion
should contintia the treatment
in hot weather smaller dose
and a little cool milk with it will
do away with any objection
which is attached to fatty pro
ducts during the heated
season.
Send for free sample.
S(*(Or* & BOWNE, Chlemis-ts,
409-45 Pearl Street. New York.
S c. and $t.oo; al! druggists.
SUMMONS.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
'eady McDowell, Edward Cordes, An
derson J. Cordes, and Frank Price,
Ernest Price and Annie Gussie Price,
by T. K. Elliott, their Guardian ad
litem, Plaintiffs,
against
William Cordes, Defendant.
2opy Summons. For Relief. (Com
plaint Served.)
ro the Defendant above-named:
You are hereby summoned and re
luired to answer the complaint (a copy
)f whicfh is herewith served upon you)
Lmd to serve a copy of your answer to
;he said complaint. on the subscribers
it their office, No. 2 Bank Range,
Winnsboro, S. C., within twenty days
Lfter the servicehereof, exclusive of the
lay of such service; and, if you fail to
Lnswer the complaint within the time
Xforesaid, the plaintiffs in this action
wiU apply to the Court for the relief
leman ein the complaint.
Dated July 16, A. D. 1906.
A. S. & W. D. DOUGLASS,
Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
ro the Defendant, William Cordes:
Take notice that the summons, of
vhich the foregoing is a copy, and the
complaint in this action were filed in
,he office of the Clerk of Court, at
Winnsboro, in the County of Fairfield,
4x the State of South Carolina, on the
L6th day of July, A. D. 1906.
A. S. & W. D. DOUGLASS,
7-18-6t Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
EVERYTHING IN
Flowers
Plants
Bulbs
Seeds.
Dhoicest up-to-date varieties grown
by us.
Carnations,'75c. to $1.00 per dozen.
Roses, $2.00 to $3.50 per dozen.
Lilies, $2.00 to $6.00 per dozen.
Chrysanthemums, $1.00 to $6.00 per
dozen.
Wreaths, Crosses, Anchors, &c., $3.00J
up.
Bouquets, Boxes or Baskets of pretty
Mixed Flowers, $1.00 to $10.00.
FIne Wedding WorK - a Specialty.
Only give us an idea what you want
mnd price and we will please you.
[RO8E HIL QREI{ HOUISES,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
gg'We ship flowers everywhere.
Read This.
If you want to In=
sure
Your Cotton,
Vour Dwelling and Furni
ture,
Your Barn and Stock,
Vour Store Building,
Your Merchandise,
Prompt attention as well as prompt
ettlement.
Wood's Seeds
Every farmer should
have a copy of our
New' Fall Catalogue
It givesibest methods of seed
ingiandifull information about
Crimnson CloveL*
Vetches, Alfalfa
Seed Oats, Rye'
Barley, Seed Wheat
Grasses and Clovers
Descriptive Fail Catalogue
mailed free, and prices .
quoted on request.
T. W. Wood & Sons,
Seedsmeni, - Rlchmonhd3Va.i
A. Gi. Quattlebaum,
Dentist,
Win nsbor-o, S. C..
Office same as occupied by the late
,. B 3. Quntillam.
Mt. Zion
WINNSBC
Session of 1906-1907 Begi
at 9 A
Pupils are requested not to pt
are furnished by their teachers.
In addition to the common se
Zion offers an exceptionally strong
paration for pupils intending to pu
fessional careers. A strong corps
complete set of apparatus for inst
high moral tone and Lealth of the
tions offered by this school to ti
counties.
TUITION AND IN(
High School Department........
Eighth Grade for other than Engli
Outside of District in Common Sc
For further information apply t<
or
Orangeburg Coll
0 Healthful Location.
Conservatory of Music.
* Strong Faculty.
Art-Five Courses.
Full English Branches.
Military Discipline.
Stenography and Ty
0 PARENTS, Ancient Languag
SEND Sewing and Cc
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FOR CATALOGUE. Expenses
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pay4 perco
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ns on Monday, Sept. 17,
M.
rchase books until correct lists
hool or elementary course, Mt.
secondary or high school pre
rsue business, scientific or pro
of teache:'s, well selected library,
-uction in the sciences, and the
community are among the attrac
idents fhom this and adjoining
IIDENTAL FEES.
........ ....$2.50 per month
sh Branches.,.. 1.00 " "
hool Branches.,.. 1.00 " "
J. H. THORNWELL, JR.,
Superintendent.
J. FRANK FOOSHE,
Secretary Board Trustees.
egiate Institute.
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EDUCATEE*
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LL OF IT!!!
GET
ANY OF IT?
12.41
BST on Deposits
onths of 1906.
early, as stock
ent per annum in
riercial department
ent per annum in
a department.
MONEY
it is safest.
here it pays best.
boro l3anft.
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eel an attack coming on.
id suffering, but the weak
pain upon the system. If
and cannot sleep, take a
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Lfiuence upon the nerves
sleep.
its. Never sold in bulk.

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