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Rugs, Mattings, 'Linole
want. Art Squares fr
Scrap Carpet, Sideboa
Hall Rack $4.00 to $5
Ice Cream Freezers tha
ules, big line Refrigera
Hammocks ever brou
newest and most up-to
from $15.00 to $100.0(
line of Wardrobes and
Goods have advance
have not advanced the
and get our.prices.
Frank R. Hunte
Real Estate, Stc
IF IT IS REAL E
Ifwe haven't got what you w:
We have a most desirable lis
farming lands in various sectior
tracts, ranging in price from $5
For particulars concerning a
charge phone, write or call on
- FRANK R. H Ul
Office over Summner Bros.
Special attertion to collectior
By CYRUS TO'M
Author of "The i
SA Wartne storyinallits a
mnthe life of Lee, woven aroun<
to take up arms for Virginia ar
q There is a dual love story
sweetest sentiment running thr(
Publishers 372 FiftJ
stered, well made.
um, just the kind you
om $5.00 to $25.00,
rds $8.00 to $30.00.
)5,.00, Water Coolers,
.t will freeze in 3 min
tors, the finest line of
ght to Newberry, the
d ate line of Room Suits
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A Southern Woods to be Transform
ed into a Paradise-More Than
a Million Plants and Trees.
Artistic landscape engineering and
gardening is rapidly transforming
what was but a rough scope of wood
land into a paradise of beauty. Art
has been brought to the aid of na
ture in accomplishing the great lad
scape work of the Jamestown Exposi
tion. Natural forests are utilized
where available and massive trees are
being transplanted to carry out the
plan of the work and conform to the
general arangement of streets. build
ing-s, and other Exposition improve
More than a million plants. shrubs
and trees are already in place on the
rounds, covering manv varieties
from the buddi(g plants just opening
into life to a giant liveoak whose age
is estimated at nearly a thousand
years. This vete-ran oak, the king of
the transformed forEst, was a large
tree when America was discovered
and its spreading branches will af
ford shade and shelter to thousands
of Epxosition visitors.
The arranging of the grounds neces
itated the draining of more than a
thousand acres of land in order to
guard against any possibility of ma
laria. Streams had to be,bridged and
great trees had to be transplanted'
and in many instances had to be car
ried on rafts across tide water for
many miles. An old apple orchard
which occupied part of the ground
needed by- the Exposition had to be
removed. Instead of being destroyed
it was dug up and the trees transplan
ted around a thirty-five acre drill
ground to provide shade and add
beauty to the surroundings.
The Exposition avenues are to be
rendered attractive by five rows of
trees, two of apple, two of red ma
ple and one of pin oak. All open spa
es are to be covered with trees,
shrubs and flowers; and flowers and
shrubs will be planted along the
walks. The creamy white magnolias
and lilies, the bright golden rods, ro.
ses and other flowering plants and
trees, will mingle their colors with
the various shades of green furnished
by the ivy, the maple, the oak, the
pint and the bay trees.
Ferns in endless variety are to be
seen along the beds of flowers, and
luxuriant palms will play an import
ant part in beautifying the landscape.
Towering high above- the roses, lilies,
lilacs, jasmine, magnolias and multi
tudes of other shrubs and trees stand
groves of pines along the water
The tree growth had an important
influence on the building of the Ex
position, for the streets and roadways
on the grounds have been made to
onform to a great extent to the lo
cation of the trees in order that an
attractive landscape setting may be
iven to the buildings wherever pos
sible. Some of the walks will be bow
ers of beauty under natural arbors of
scuppernong grape, Virginia ereepers
and other trailing vines.
The fence around the grounds two~
and a half miles long, is in itself a
thing of great beauty. It is eighl
feet high, made of farm wire and barb
wire. The entire fence is covered with
Japanese honeysuickle blooming all
summer, with trumpet vine with their
long scarlet flowers and with the mag
nificent crimson rambler rose. Thus,
the beauty of the Exposition grounds
may be seen on every side, even the
fnce being a sight to arouse admira
Everything is by comparison. Said
a oman recently of a young married
couple whose families are counted
''imensely rich.'' ''They really can
not live on their income; it is shock
ing to pinch as they must. Why, you
know, his father only gives him $10,
000 a year. He has a salary of $5,
000 and she has an allowance from
her family of $10,000-onily $25,000,
with a $100,000 house to keep up. It 's
outrageous, with 'all the money there
is in two families.'' Twenty-five
thousand dollars income and a com
plletely furnished house and yet count
edd paupers by the world in which
thhey move. Better change the orbit
annd come into on'e of common sense.
By the way, when is that .French
naaval squadron going to begim its ev
ollutions off the coast of Venezuela?
Who is this man Fairbanks vou
heear mentioned in connection with the
next republican presidential nonin ia
Seaker Cannon has called 1 e at
tentin of his brother stand-pa: eris to
the tariff reform handwriti~ ':i
Times have improved somewhat in
Russia, it is said, since the electioL.
It put considerable easy money in eir
Being a prophet, Dowie forecasted
frost if he went to Zion City, and he
was mighty careful to take no chances
on being frost-bitten.
Progress isn't a passing fancy; it's
the life principle.-Flizabeth Robins.
1When we work because we love
w.rk. then the work is well done.
Some people ask your advice for
the purpose of working it off on oth
ers as original matter.
The best of Lawn Grasses for
the South; specially prepared
to withstand our summers
and to give a nice green sward
the year round.
Special Lawn Circular telling
how to prepare and care for
lawns, mailed free on request.
for superior Vegetables
Our Descriptive Catalogue tells
' ou how and when to plant for
est success. Mailed free. Write
TW. Wood&Sons, Seedsnien,
RICHMOND, - VA.
If you want the sweetest and best Water
Melons and Cantaloupes grown, plant
Wood's Southern.grown seed. Our
Descriptive Catalogue tells all
about the best kinds to plant.
For Sale by.
C. H. CAN NON,
$5 000 R. .Fare Paid. Notes Taken
300 FREE COURSES
SEORGIA-ALABAMA BUSIfIESS COLLEGE Macon,6Ga.
Be sure to be properly equipped-obtain the STEV
ENS and you CANNOT GO WRoN~G. We make
BIFLES . . . from $2.25 to $150.00
PISTOLS .-. . from 2.50 to 50.00
SHOTGUNS . . from 7.50 to 35.00
Ask your dealer and insist Send for z40-page illus
on our popular make. if trated catalog.. If inter
voucannotobtain,. weship ested in SHOOTING. you
dlirect. Carriage charge.s oughtto have it. Mailed
prepaid, upon receipt of for four cents Ia sgamps to
catalog price, cover postge.
IOur attractive three-color Aluminum Hanger will be
sent anywhere for so cents in stamps.
.T. STEVENS AEES AJD'TOOL CO..,
CMicopes laflaass., U.. A?.
Miresto' al WEstern Crolim RT.
(Schedule in(EfTect April 16, 19o5-)
Lv. Newberry?............12.36 p. m.
Ar. Laurens ............. 1.50 P.71m
No. 2. Daily.
Lv. Laurens. ............ . .. 1.50 p. m.
Ar. Greenwood ........... 2.46 p. nm.
Ar. Augusta ............... - 5.20 p. ml.
Ar. Anderson .. ..... .... 7.10 p.11m.
Lv. Augusta . ..... .......... .. .. 2.35 P. m.
Ar. A11endale......................... 4 30 p. mn.
Ar. Fairfax ..... .. ..... ..--.......44 p m.
Ar. Charleston........................ 7 4u P- mn.
r. Be auf cr................. ..... 6.3o p. m
r. ICot In 2........... -... 6.40 .,
Ar. Savannah.............. .... . 6.45 p. in
Ar. Waycross......... .............. 1 o.oo p. mn.
Ar. Jacksonville.. ................ .---.
No. x. Daily.
Lv. Laut ens............ ... ......--- .---.... 2.07 p. mn
Ar. Spartan borg ................ ....3.20 p. mn
No. 52. No. 87.
Daily. Er. Sun
Lv.ILauens............ 2 p. mn. 8.o a.m
A rGreenvzie .. .. . 3.25p9- m. xo 2oa. m
BUE RIDGE RAILROAD.
Time Table No. 5.
In Effect November 29, 1905
Between Belton and WValhalla.
No 10 No. 12 No. 11 NO. 5
P. M. A. M AR. Lv. P. M. A. M
3 3 10 25.... Bcio.....-35 o 0o41!
3 1 10 Co . mIer?on.-. 4 22 II 04
.... 9 25..... end (ietn......4 47 II 33
S5 15 T1151~
... S 58..... enec - --- ( 5 3 1 I co~
.... 35.........waThalia...... 55 I 21
3. R ANDERSON cumt.
There is sometag ex
Barbara; she is such a
merry madcap of a girl, and
yet as feminine as one could
wish or imagine."
S Barbara, coquettish and
fickie, light-hearted and
gay, but darin in the face
of danger ad true as *..
steel." N. Y. Mail.
A girl who masquerades in man's
officer, disarming him, and then falh
the heroine of this charming tale. I
whether in petticoats or doublet and
worth makdng. Illustrated by Jol
If your bookseller kasn't it, the Publislu
Publishers 372 Fifth
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We carry a nice line of Furniti
get the best. We exchange Nev
and repair Furniture. Putting do
ruarantee everything we sell as j
and we will take pleasure in showi
apital stock paid in
Surplns . . .
We do business on bu
We extend every cor
with safe and sound bat
Four per cent. paid .or
AIR -LINE -
Two Daily Pullman Ves
Between SOUTH an
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Via Richmond and MA
Norfolk and Steame~
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Points South and Southw
and Jacksonville and
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ug-For detailed information,
man reservations, etc., apply
board Air Line Railway, or J<
Passenger Agent, Columbia,
C. F. STEWART, As
W. L BURROUGISTrav
THar6ar is an alluring
creaur- a gI of brave
heart, sweet spMit high
coura;e, and fascinatin
mood, and qualities."
Chi wg Record-Hemld.
"Barbara is one of the
most winsome of the seven
tenth century heroines we
have encountered in fic
Detroit Free Press.
attire, fights a duel with a King's
desperately in love with him, is
arbara is an entrancing creature,
hose. Her acquaintance is well
an Rae, $1.50
rs mill send the baok, postage paid,
Avenue New York
ire. Buy Stove from us and
r Furniture for old. We clean
wn Matting a specialty. We
-epresented. Come to see s
ng our goods. Respectu,
*. $ 50,000.00
. . 235,000.00
i deposits in Savings
re Proof Vault.
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