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On Friday and Saturday
we will have our Millinory Op<
Wo aro well prepared to
invite one and all to visit our e
Our 6 and 10-cent depm
values for Saturday's selling.
When you visit our oj
Goods and Ladies' and Childi-.
C. G. J;
^aml aub Ktfftim?L
-Baggies, harness, Whito Hickory
wagons. T. E. Aloxandor, Walhalla.
-Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. JoiiU W.
Davis, of Walhalla, on April 1, a son.
-W. Z. Whitmiro, of Seueca, was
among Walhalla friends Monday.
-Jayuos's 5 and 10 cont dopartmont is
loadod'with values forSaturday's soiling.
-John JooBt has rotnrned from an ex
tended business trip to Jacksonville, Fla.
-R. C. Crou8haw, of Easley, was in
Walhalla Monday on hu si noss and among
-Dross goods and patterns on display
April 7th and 8th.
Mrs. R. Fhillips-Coohran, Sonooa.
-Thoa. M. Lowery, of Seneca, was
among the business visitors to Walhalla
-Will buy all your chickons and eggs
at best market prices. Soo mo.
C. M. Shelton.
-Capt. A. W. Thompson, of Seneca,
was in Walhalla for a short while yester
day on business.
-Miss Stolla Fincannon, of Seneca,
spout last Sunday in Walhalla as tho
guest of Miss Fannio Crisp.
-Don't fail to soe the oxfords we aro
selling for $1. Would bo choap at $1.25.
C W. A J. E. Bauknight.
-Andrew Gonnott, of tho Gonnott
Lumbar Company, was among Walhalla
friends a fow days this week.
-Superintendent of Education Colley
?B again nblo to bo out among bis frionds,
though not as yot ontiroly well.
-School books and school supplies.
Walhalla Drug Co.
-W. J. Lunney, druggist, of Seneca,
has now thoughts for tho public this
week. Read his advertisement.
-Mr. and Mrs. N. F. EB ty have moved
from tho Frotwell residence and aro
occupying a suite of rooms at tho Wal
-Our $1.50 and $2 oxfords aro made
with all tho snap, shape Sud stylo, in
fact aro lasted ovor tho snmo kind of a
last as our $:i shoos.
C. W. A J. E. Bauknight.
-C. M. Sholton has opened a stock of
groceries in tho "Green Front" on Main
stroot, whore bo will bo glad to welcome
-Rov. J. II. Stono will preach tho
lunn ul of Mrs. Lula Crane Mayes at Ro
turo church on tho third Sunday in
this month at ll o'olook.
-Summer - weight corsets - spocial
prices for our opening, April 7th and 8th.
Mrs. R. Phillips-Cochran, Seneca.
-Tho month of March was unusually
mild and work on tho farm is fully up to
tho avorago, with conditions favorable
for anotiior year of prosperity.
-C. G. Jaynes will conduct his spring
millinory opening Friday and Saturday
Of this WCOk. See advertisement, of
oponing and spocial Saturday's sale.
-Don't miss Jaynos's opening on Fri
day and Saturday.
-Lost-On tho streets of Walhalla, on
March 81, a brooch; inch and a half
long; made of bottoms of onrbobs; sol
dered in middle. Return to this offlco
aud get reward.
-J. W. Byrd A Co., of Seneca, havo a '
now ad. in this issuo. They will bo
pleased to soil yon farming implements
or anything in tho gonoral^morchaudise
lino. Givo thom a call.
-Don't, fail to seo our Diamond Brand
oxfords wo are offering at $1.60 and $2.
Mado by tho Peters Shoo Co., and evory |
0. W. A J. E. Bauknight.
-Mrs. Dr. Chas. W. Gentry, of Enoreo,
is spending two woeks at the homo of
her parents, Major and Mrs. S. P. Dendy.
Her many friends boro at her old homo
aro pleased to see her again.
-The number of road tax receipts
issued by Treasurer Schroder forOconoo
has run un to 2,080. This is an increaso
of more than 500 for any previous year, i
Tho timo for paying this tax has ox- i
-Wo think it will interest tho ladies ?
to visit our hat exhibition on April 7th
Mrs. R. Phillips-Cochran, Seneca.
Is tho name of tho paint wo sell.
Every gallon is guaranteed to hold
gallon of '2,11 cubic inchoa. It will weigh 1
and measuro some of tho ohoap paints offor
Wo give a certificate of purity with <
Two gallons of our paint and ono gal
paint. Reduces tho cost. See?
Wo have it for all purposes, for paint
mansion. It's puro paint, ovory atom of it
For the abovo roasons wo cannot mah
have mado by handling other brands, but
money's worth, and keep our reputation fo
Mt-THE BEST IN I
of this wook, April 7 natl 8,
make a goori showing, and
? toro on those days.
>ening eeo our lino ot Dry
- Millinery opening at Jayncs's Fri
day and Saturday of tim week.
-Hoad tho now ad. of tho Matin s m
Hardware Co. ou tho second pago of this
issue They havo ovorythiug for tho
fariner at prices to suit his pocket book?
Givo thom a call.
-Tho stork visited tho residence of
Hov. and Mrs. E. S. Jones on Sunday
night, April 2, 1005, and left a contribu
tion in tho person of a little daughter.
This makes threo swoot girls for tho
good pastor and wifo.
-Special lawn and embroidery salo on
April 7th and 8th.
Mrs. H. Phillips-Cochran, Seneca.
-Anton Gorbor loft Monday for Lau
rens, whore ho went to mako observa
tions for tho Walhalla Cotton Mills
relativo to tho best methods nf operatiug
a roll-covoring department. Mr. Gerber
is a valued employ?e of the Walhalla
-Wo still havo a fow more cases of
tomatoes at two cans for 15c.
C. W. A J. E. Baukuight.
-Old Blind Bob, tho vetoran stood of
IIouchins'8 livory stables, has changed
bands. A fow days ago Mr. Houohius
sold old Bob to Lowis Johnson, colored,
who is working him in front of a plow.
Bob's ago is variously estimated at from
20 to 86 years.
-Lost-On tho public highway loading
irom Seneca to Westminster ono bundlo
of clothing, wrapper bearing name of
Ruskin Anderson. Finder will please
loavo at tho store of Buskin Anderson,
Seneca, or G. W. Dean, Westminster,
and recoivo reward.
-Our lino of ladies' and children's
oxfords is complete. C. G. Jaynes.
-Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Vernor havo
moved from tho hotel and aro now occu
pying tho beautiful residence of Mrs. T.
A. Norton in tho east cud of Walhalla.
They have sot up housekeeping for them
selves. Wo welcome these good pooplo
-Wo aro receiving a largo and stylish
lino of spring bats and caps, which wo
aro selling very cheap; also white goods,
lacos and embroideries. Como and got
our prices before you buy.
McGee's Cash Store, Westminster.
-Walhalla Lodge, xNo. 07, K. of P.,
last Monday 'dglit elected delegates to
tho Grand I.oi.'go as follows: W. L.
Vernor and J. A. Stock; alternates, S. N.
Pitchford and Dr. J. W. Bell. Tho
Grand Lodge will moot at Beaufort this
-Gouts' furnishings is our bobby and
wo can show you tho best things gath
ored from all over tho country in mon's
wear. Call and let us tlx you up for
Easter. C W. A J. E. Bauknight
-Tho report lost wook that C. E. (Jail
lard and C. M. shelton had formed a
partnership was a mistake Tho part
nership bad been spoken of, but was not
formed. Walter Dockins will bo asso
ciated with Mr. Gaillard, and tho lirm
oxpect to begin business soon. Thoy
will be locaten on tho Millville hill.
-Seo tho elastic seam drawers wo aro
running at .".ne. Would bo a value at
75c. Wo havo fifty do/.on and can fit any
man in tho county.
C. W. & J. E. Bauknight.
-Miss May Bussoll, aftor spending a
wook at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Kay, in Walhalla, with ber brother,
I.ouis O. Bussell, who has boon suiToring
from an attack Of measles, returned to
bor homo at Bussoll's Tuesday morning.
Sho was accompanied by her brothor,
who will spend a week with his parents.
-All tho latest styles in millinery and
dress goods, just from tho Northern
markets. Opening Friday and Saturday,
Anril 7 th and 8th.
Mrs. B. Phillips-Cochrnn, Sonoca.
-Tho authorities at Washington havo
fixed a penalty of $2(K) finn on any por
son taking ont of tho post, office mail
othor than their own. All postmasters
aro liablo to mako mi-takos and got tho
mail in tho wrong boxes, and the law
Bays that pooplo must examino tboir
mail before leaving tho ofiico, and should
thoy receive a pieco which is not ad
dressed to them, it mu?t bo returned at
?nco. That it is tho fault of tho post
master makes no difference. This law
neludes newspapers as well aa first class
-Soo our lino of negligeo shirts at $1.
C. W. A J. E. Bauknight.
a standard United States government
Vi pounds to tho gallon. Just weigh
ed and soe how thoy can do it.
lon of linseed oil makes throe gallons of
lng anything from a wheelbarrow to a
:e as much money on our paint as we
wo pref-r to givo our patrons their
l?L&A Beut? Co.
-We bave the biegest line of minno*'
and children's oxfords ever shown in
this sootion of the country.
C. W. ? J. E. Baukoight
-The two-year-old son of Burton Gal
loway, who lives in the Little Kiver BOO
tion, accidentally out his loft band on
March 28th. Tbe little fellow was try
ing to chop wit h en axe and it foll on
his band. The little Huger was almost
severed, the out reaching half way
(..cross tho baud. Dr. b. ri. Meroney. of
Salem, gave medical atteutiou ami tho
boy is gotting nlong as well ac could bo
That Beautiful Gloss
comes from the varnish in Devoe's Var
p'sh Floor Paint; costs 5 cents more a
quart though. Sold by J. W. Bell.
South Union Locals.
South Union, April 3.-O. F. Isbell aud
wife spent last Sunday with George W.
Carnes and family near Fair Play.
Dave MoGuire and wife, of Newry, vis- J
ited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Crawford, last Sunday. Mrs. MoGuire I
will spend somo time with them before I
Kev. S. A. McDaniel made a trip to |
Seneca last Saturday.
S. S. McJunkin is in very feoble health
at this writing.
J. M. Dow is, wo aro glad to say, was j
aUo to visit his son, Hobort Dow is, on
Tuga?oo last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Burriss and Mr. and 1
Mrs. Ottie Burriss visited friends aud |
relatives near Avalou last Sunday.
Larry and Charlio Marett woro circu
latlng among friends hero Sunday.
S. L. Burriss and wifo visited Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Brown Saturday uight.
Dock Isboll visited in this section Sun
day afternoon. nv i.
A UVAKANTEKD < I It i: FOR PI I.KM
Itching, blind, bleeding or protruding
pilos. Druggists refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any caso, no
mat ter of how long standing, in tl to 14
days. First application gives ease aud
rest. f>0o. If your druggist hasn't it
send 50c. in stamps and it will bo for
warded post-paid by Paris Medicine Co.,
St. Louis, Mo.
News from New Hope.
Now IIopo, April 3.-Services will bo
conducted by Rev. W. C. Seaborn as
usual noxt Saturday and Sunday. AH
members of the church will boar in mind
that thoy aro earnestly requested to be
prosont at tho Saturday aftornoon ser
vice wbioh will be bold at 3 o'clock.
lt is rumored that a telephone line will
bo run from Seneca through this section
in tho near future.
Lawronce Ni ramons, of Seneca, wa:,
circulating among friends hero Sunday.
MrB. Hi V. Gantt, of Pelzer, spent last
weok with her mother, Mrs. Robinson.
John Beckmll visited relatives in
Oscar and Blither Kolloy spout Satur
day and Sunday with thoir undo, Allon
Vernor Leo, of High Falls, visited
friends here Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Jane Wyatt is sponding awhile
with relatives in this onction.
Miss lida Y ol rath, of High Falls, is
visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Earlie Kelley, after a pleasant
visit in Audersou, has returned homo.
Tho measles aro prevailing boro at
Mrs. M. A. Wood and Miss Virginia
Mc.Malian aro very ill with measles. We
hope for them a speedy recovery, s. o.
Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved.
Tho excruciating pains characteristic
of rheumatism and sciatica are quickly
roliovod by applying Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. Tho great pain relioving power
of tho 11 ni men t has boon tho surprise and
dolight of thousands of sufferers. Tho
quick relief from pain which it affords
is alono worth many t?mos its cost. For
salo by J. W, Boll, Walhalla; W. J. Lun
Items from Madison.
Madison, April 4.-Samuel Moore and
Mi. s Ellon Wall wore marriod March 20.
MIKS Sudio Jones has returned from
Hono r, Ga., whero shb has boon visiting
William Rallonger, of Westminster,
was in this community on business last
J. S. Prico made a business trip to
Anderson ono clay hist week.
Miss Shirloy, of Polzor, has beou visit
ing rotativos in this community recently.
J. A. King visited his brother at Cedar
Springs last wook.
Mrs. Phillips fell from tho porch re
cently and was painfully, but not se
Mr. and Mrs. John Walton and child
ren nro sponding a month with relatives
Wo havo measles over in this part of
tho country. B. Bi
Paint Your Buggy tor 75c.
to $1.00 with Devoe's Gloss Carriage
Paint. It weighs :> to 8 ounces moro to
the pint than others, wears longer and
givos a gloss equal to now work. Sold
by J. W. Bell.
News from Friendship.
Friendship, April 3.-Wo had somo
nice wonthor for planting cotton last
woek, and farmors aro puttiug in good
Mrs. Sue Sears, who has beon on a ti ve
weeks' visit to her son, Bill Soars, has
Mrs. Hamp Phillips is visiting rotatives
and friends in Anderson this wook. p. u
The Easley Progress says that Nelson
Smith, who lives botwoon Easley and
Piokens, has a mulo that in over 43 years
old. Tho mule was foaled in 1803. It is
sound and can eat corn and fodder as
well as over. Though not quite so fast,
il is still a good plow animal and makes
a crop every year.
The Farmers' Educational aid
Co-operative Union ol America.
CONDUCTED HY J. C. STRIUMNO.
Communications Interniert for this <lc.?ttrt
taont BQOUtd nf a?IUre*?cd to .1. C. so ?Hoi?;,
i'tjii?letoii, South Carolina.
Farmers, we are now facing a serious
problem io our business. It is a triaugle
of conditions that we are up against; our
produots of cotton aro boing priced and
held down on the one side hy an organ
ized body of speculators, the prices of
our fertilizers aro being raised by an
otbor combinatiou, while the increasing
prioe of labor is holding down the other
corner of tho triangle.
Whore shall we loo!* for aid io this di
lemma? Shall we '.ook to the politician?
No, be is too busy looking after his
fences in poli',oal affairs. Shall we look
first to the cotton speoulator and then to
the fm tili/ 'i- combines and repeat the
Irts&uiM?'s prayer, "O, Uood Lord, or
Ch, good devil, wbosocver's hands we
mu- fall iiKo, help us?" No, we must
use nn.-o brains iu our business ?nd turu
away from this habit of playing a losing
game of bliud man's buff botwoen these
daugerous, crushiug obstacles, and uso
moro of the manhood and gifts of inde
pendence of farm lifo. Wo roust form a
closor ousiuess relation with Dame Na
ture. Wo must entor into a combina
tico with bet and irani ana comply with
hor rules of business. If < i thoso bar
ron fields and nakod land, of ours aro
covered ovor again and clotted with a
green gown of verduro, after the fashion
of Dame Nature, and made to bloom
agaiu ns the rose, wo will havo to look to
science for aid. It was man's folly and
his iguornuce of Nature's laws that de
stroyed the natural fertility and richness
of our soils, and it cannot bo restored
agniu cheaply unless wo diligently work
with Nat ure's ways in doing it.
On this line Dr. Mooro, of the United
States Agricultural Dopartroont, bas re
cently made a discovery of what is
known as the system of inoculating
poorer lands with nitrogen-producing
bacteria, and has now put bis plan into
practical uso by Bonding out iu a small
vest-pocket package enough of his "nitro
culture" to inoculate oue aero of land;
this soil when once inoculated will re
main inoculated so long as it is planted
iu leguminous crops once in throe years.
Thoso germs when put into tho soil,
fasten themselves to the roots of such le
guminous plants as aro at band and draw
tho free nitrogen out of the air and fo< i
it to tho plants; thus tho farmer may sot
up his little fertilizer factory nt work on
ovory aero of land he has, drawing down
from Nature's s tore-h o use, the nir,
which contains four-fifths of froo nitro
gen. There is a different sort of bac
teria for ovory variety of these legumin
ous plants, cow-peas, clovers, vetches,
After July 1 tho govornmont will bo
propared to send out packages contain
ing chough of this nitro-culturo to inocu
late ono aero, froo of chargo, and wo
advise farmers to prepare an aero of tho
poorest laud they havo, got a package
of this nitro-culturo, and try it. Wo aro
satistled that hero is the solution of
tho problem of cheap fertilizers, and will
in a fow years bring about a revolution
in divorsilled fnrming in tho South-tho
homo of tho cowpen-that will placo all
who practico this now plan of fertilizing
bis lands by Nature's plan in such an
independent position that bo cnn bold
his cotton until "tho hair slips, or tho
tail-holt breaks." Kach and ovory year
his lands may bo actually growing richer.
His own fertilizer factory will bo at
work ovory day and at night, too, while
ibo farmer sloops.
Somo sood houses aro now offering
this nitro-culturo for salo at $2 per acre
sized package. Wo aro to mako a care
ful study of this now discovery and will
inoculate about eight pints in aoro lots,
and will no doubt bo in possession of
somo interesting facts on t Iii.- subject
during this season. This nitro culture
does not supply any of the mineral fer
tilizers, such as potash and phosphoric
acid, but ns most of our lands aro natu
rally rich, or have boon enriched by years
of continual application of these mineral
elements, wo are not likely to need mme
of this in our lands in several years to
Recent experiments with this nitro
culturo at tho Alabama Experiment sta
tion resulted as follows: Tho total
amount of nitrogen contained in the
crops por aero was as follows: Harry
vetch, inoculated, 105 pounds; not inocu
lated, seven pounds; Crimson clover, in
oculated, 148 pounds; not inoculated,
I four pounds. In those exporimonts an
avorago of 118 pounds of nitrogen por
aero was produced or gainod by inocula
tion. Tho cost of nitrogon in commer
cial fertilizers rangoB from 15 to 17 couts
per pound. Wo havo a not gain of
$11).47 worth of fortilizor in tho crops
and leavo tho fortilizor, contained in
roots, and inoculating bacteria in tho
land which will pay a handsomo profit
on the whole cost of inoculating and la
On a farm near Rynum, in Hartford
county, Maryland, a gain of noarly 600
por cont was made by inoculating the
soil with nit i o culture. Results of in
oculation on crops noxt year after in
oculation, showed a gain of tho follow*
lng amounts over that which was not in
Cotton, after red clover, gained 872
pounds por acre. Oats, after orop of
velvot beano, gainod 25 bushels. Wheat,
after orop of molitis, gained eight
All theso experiments, it seems, were
made on poor lands. Thoy demonstrate
Yes. 100,000 times each day.
Does it send out good blood
or bad blood ? You know, for
good blood is good health;
bad blood, bad health. And
you know precisely what to
take for bad blood - Ayer's
Sarsaparilla. Doctors have
endorsed it for 60 years.
One frequent cant? ot bad blood 1? a SlOttl 'a
liver. This produce? constipation. Poisonous
substances ?rn then absorbed luto th* blood,
Instead of being removed from the body dally
a? nature Intended. Keep the bowel* open
with Ayer'* Pill*, liver pill*. All vegetable.
Had* by J. O. Ay or Oo.. Lowell, KM*. I
AIM manufacturer? Of
f MAIR VIGOR.
" AOUB CORE.
tho faot that if our poorest lands are
properly inoculated with nitro-culturo or
with soil from iuooulatod lands, the
poorest land wo have may bo cheaply
brought up to produce as much, or oven
moro, than our richest acres in a very
While tho great mass of our farmers
and business rn?n are lookiug out,
through tho efforts of co-operation, to
SOt a profitable juice upon our groat
staple, cotton, aud maintain these prices,
lot oacb individual farmer look out for
himself, and start bis little fertilizer fac
tory to work on his farm. Through
these plans of co-operation in pricing
our own products aud puttiug iuto
practico this great discovery oj! Dr.
Moore's system of inoculating tho germs,
wo have in baud the plane by which tho
South may grow prosperous and rich.
Wo must use moro brain powor and less
muscle powor in our business. We must
make two blados of grass grow where
ono grow before and make only two
stalks of cotton grow where three grew
before Make our acres ricbor and go
up and down tho rows fewor timos; work
moro machinery and hoi ses to tho hand.
There aro fowdiseases that inflict more
torture than rheumatism and there is
probably uo disease for which such a
varied and useless lot of remedies have
beeu suggested. To say that it can be
curod is, therefore, a bold statement to
make, but Chamberlain's Pain Halm,
whichi enjoys au extensive, salo, has met
with great success in tho treatment of
this disease Ono application of Pain
Palm will relieve tho pain, and hundreds
of sn tie rei s have testified to pormanont
cures by ita uso. Why suttor when Tain
Palm alfords such quick roliof and costs
but a trille? For sale by J. W. Poll,
Walhalla; W. J. Lunnoy, Seueca.
To Save Honor Wife Kills Husband.
Pittsburg, Pa., April 3.-Michael Nokc
vicga, aged 27, was murdered last Thurs
day night by bis wife, aged 20, at tho
boarding house where they lived, in this
city. Tho murder was committed while
the man slept, and was tho result of tho
brutality of tho man, who, earlier in tho
evening, knocked his wife down with a
bottle, since tho woman's arrival hero
from A us! na, two months ago, sho lins
had several lights with ber husband,
owing to tho man's demand that sho
earn money by a lifo of shanie.
New Lease of Life tor Condemned Men.
Columbia, April 4.-Contrary to all
expo-tations, li. A. Adams, tho Colloton
murderer who was to have boon ro-son
tencod at Widterboro last Wednesday for
killing bis kinsman, Henry M. Jacques,
bas boon granted a new trial by Judgo
Townsend on after discovered evidence,
although tho motion was resisted by half
a dozen lawyers employed to assist So
licitor Davis in the prosecution. Tho
motion for a now trial was based upon
an affidavit from Mrs. Ruth Adams, tho
daughter of Jacques and w'o of defend
ant's brother, wno said sho was influ
enced by Martin JacquoB and Hogan
Dodd to testify falsely at the first trial.
Tbero wore Humorous other affidavit? as
to tho throats Jacques is said to have
mado against Adams,
On tho recommendation of Solicitor
Wilson Governor I Icy ward last Wednes
day granted a 30 days' respite, to Ned
Mack, tho Manning murdoror, who was to
have boen hanged last Friday, but bo is
said to bo insano. Solictor Wilson ex
plained that though tho murdor was bru
tal and entirely unprovoked and tho
jury convicted in spite of tostimony ad
duced at tho trial as to this insanity
plea, still there woro many good poo pl o
at Manning who bolievod that tho negro
was insano nt tho time of tho killing.
Tho Governor has appointed Superin
tendent Babcock, of tho Slate Hospital
for tho Insano, as ono of the cominis
sinners to pass upon Mack's sanity, and
has asked Solicitor Wilson to name tho
Other two members of tho commission.
?V COME t
Our now goods at new prices. Hig Hr
Embroidory and Lace at lo. to 2?c. \
Goods, suitable for waists, skirts and
Come anet See y
Our stock of Groceries, Hardware, Sh
Side Harrows, Plow stocks, and Grain
If yon owe us an aooonn
paid in 1904, bring ns
We appreciate your tra
J. W. BX]
WANTED.-J. J. A J. E. Maddox,
o? Atlanta, Ga., want to buy live
and dressed turkeys, neus, fries, ducks,
geese and cocks. Write them if you
have anything to offer. They will pay
A. L. WEEKS,
Civil Engineer, Surveyor,
Walhalla, S. C.
Office in Walhalla Hotel. (U
April (Jth. and
I have a handsome stook of tho moBt
stylish and approved Millinery ever
showu in this market, and will be glad
to have all my friends call and see the
goods I have to offer. A special invi
tation is extended to all on our
Opening Days, Thursday and
Friday, April ?th and 7th.
I have also a large as
sortment of Millinery,
Notions, Ribbons, Laces,
Miss Carrie SiticKc,
WALHALLA, S. C.
(Seaborn Bros.* Old Stand.)
SPECIAL SPRING COURSES
Session from April 7th to May 10th,
Apply to President for further infor
March 2?, 1905. 1:1-14
FULL LINE OF TINWARE,
BICYCLES AND SUPPLIES.
ROOFING, EAVE TROUGH AND
ALL KINDS OF TIN AND SHEET
IKON WORK MADE TO ORDER.
Typewriters, Sowing Machines, Guus.
Revolvers and Ricyclcs cloauod and
All work done on short notice and
li. H. LOOK.
Importait Notice to the Public.
UNDER tho Act of 1005 it is madk
mandatory for mo, as Clerk of Court^
to collect all fees, costs and commissions
duo mo, by virtue of my ofHco, IN AD
VANCE, and to report a verified state
ment tboreof at tho end of each month,
and pay over the samo to the County
Treasurer for ordinary county funds.
Tho Legislature has Boon fit to adopt
this plan of conducting the business of
tins office, and thore is nothing left for
me hut to enforce a strict compliance
with the requirements of the Act.
For tho information of business men
tho following will bo tho regular rates of
foes charged on and after April 1, 1905,
Recording Doods (including Audi
Recording Real Estato Mortgages.. 1 Oa j
Recording Chattel Mortgagos, over
$100. 1 00
Recording Note, Lion and Mortgage,
ovor$100. 1 25
Indexing liens on crop . 15
Indexim: ( 'hat tel Mortgages. 15
Indexing Lion and Mortgage cont
Whore a Lion or Mortgago is given by
two or moro of difforont names 15 cents
for each name.
If papers aro to be roturned by mail
tho postage must be included.
C. R. D. BURNS,
Clerk of Court.
io White Goods at 5o. to 25o. por yard.
>or yard. Black, White and Colored
full drosses, at 5o. to $1.00 per yard.
What We Have.
oes, Hats, Crockery, Cotton Plantors,
i Cradles always oomplete.
t that should have been
White Cotton and get
i t ll ?fc ? <>.
A., S. C.