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Vol. XIII. LANCASTER, S.C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1904 No 45 I SANTA I 1A/H V CAA ft 1 | TTUyl^ OVV 7 And We Are G | Break the I i ftnn*k fi !VJWUU u I ?' ? We Have Just Gott New G i onristm. } Our Stoc ? ! And complete in ev> I | you are going to neec | We Cen Sai f Come to see us and we wi # Resp C T onAontnn MAM, / uauwiHCi men * 0 y * I N BE HERE i _ i , J I ' oing 10 i Record Selling < iefore He Conies. j An in Snm c\ $ V XX JLU. N/VAXAV 'J(? # oods for I as T rade j :k is New J ery department, and if ^ I anything before Xmas I | f < /e You Money J 11 make you happy. M iectfully, # Anniiln I'Atni\nr*?T I Jl uauuic iiuiiipaii] ( % DESTROYED BY A TORNADO. Fate of an Alabama Village of Three llunered People Tuscaloosa, Ala., Jan. 22.?The most disastrous cyclone that ever swept over this section visited Moundville, Ala., a town of three hundred inhabitants, fifteen miles south of Tuscaloosa, this morning at 1 o'clock and as a result thirty-seven persons were killed and more than one hundred injured, and every business, with the exception of a small drug store, completely destroyed. The cyclone struck the village from the southwest, dealing death and destruction as it made its path, a quarter ol a mile wide. Surgeons were rushed to Moundville from Greensboro and 'n i-- ? 1 i uscaioosa, and all possible was done to alleviate the sufferings ol the injured. By the force of the storm per sons were blown hundreds of feet from their beds in the blackness of the night Through terror, a father, mother and three children lied from their home to seek refuge, and in their excitement left a five year old boy in be 1. This morning he was pulled from beneath some timber and thus far it is impossible to find any other member of the family. Bedding, carpets and wearing apparel are settle red a distance ol ten miles through what was a lorest, but which is now as clear as if it had been cut by the wood man's axe. Freight cars were torn to splinters, the trucks from them being hurled hundreds of feet from the t rack. Bales of cotton which were stored in warehouses were torn to atoms, the fragments of lint, totret Iter with the debris, lodging in (trees, making it appear as it that section had been visited by a smwstfr n. Ileavv iron sales were carried by the storm, the doors of which were torn front their lunges. A young clerk em ployed by W. 1*. I'll iter, hearing the terrible roaring ol the ap i preaching storm, let himself down into a well in the centre ot the j store, lie had no sooner found t his place ot safety than the store ' was completely demolished. This) morning he was drawn out unin i j u red. Nnvrd From TVrrilile Ih-xlli. The family of Mrs. M. L. Bo <Bitt of Bargerton, Tenn., saw her dying and were powerless to save] her. The most skillful physicians a <1 every remedy used, failed, while consumption was slowly but surelv taking her life. In tl.lo i i\.. 1/: ?v. v I in II MM/ir IIIIIII l/l . IVIII^ f* >t'W Discovery for Consumpiinn turn ed dispair into j??v. The first ! Settle brought immediate relief and 11h continued use completely cured her. Jts the most certain j cure in the world for all throat | and lung troubles. Guaranteed Bottle 50c and $1 00. Trial Bottles Free at Crawford Bros., J. F. Mackey & Co., and Funderburk Pharmacy, Druggists. M m ? "Just this once" is the sign uvt-r me cnHir 10 me ame room 01 destruction. OABTORIA. tW* th* /> Kind Yot Have Always Boutft It your life is empty it is probably because you have put nothing into it. ^Tlx Kind Yn Hm Mnji Jaws Tightly Locked From Nervous Spasms. Physicians Could Not Prevent Fits. Dr. Miles* Nervine Cured My Wife. Dr. Miles' Nervine has been successfully tried in thousands of cases of nervous disorders, but neverjhas it made a better record than when used in the treatment of fits or spasms. Thousands of testimonials prove this, and in nearly every instance the writer has stated that the fits rencert nfter ttie t!r.( vine was given. The statement is repeated in the following: "Seven years ago my wife commenced having spasms or fits and I called in my home physician and he said she was paralyzed. lie rubbed her with salt water and gave her calomel and she eventually go# some better, but in a short time she had another attack. She was confined to her bed for three months and the doctor could not help her. She had fits frequently, some times very severe. Her hands woultl cramp so we could not open them and she finally got so her jaws would become locked. Finally I saw the doctor was doing her no good and ordered a bottle of Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. She received so much benefit from the first bottle that I got some more. She has taken a number of bottles but has never had a fit since taking the first dose. She also thinks very highly of Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills and is never without them. If there is any way of making this testimonial stronger do so because of the good the Dr. Miles Restorative Nervine did mv wife."?\Vm. Y. Allp.n, P. M, Elkvillc, Miss. All druggists sell and guarantee first bo#tle Dr. Miles' Remedies. Send for free book on Nervous and Hcatt Diseases. Address Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. ? done for More Mules M 1 ( ' ...1.- t ? ...? ? . u. vy. uiliutu ? I1VJ llil? ItJturned to Lanctister and engaged again in tho stock business, left last night for Atlanta to buy another ctfrload of mules, and on his return Thursday he will be found at the stables of the Heath B. & M. Co. and will be glad to see his numerous friends. He says lie was much gratified to meet so many of bis friends in the brief period he litis been hero, and on his return ho hopes to see all the balance of them. He will be back with ti car load of good ones. Don't loriret the time ami the place?Thursday evening, Heath IT & M. CVs. stables. ?Mr. Moody Dees of the Flat Creek section died one day last week, aged about 35. ?Mr..11. Gardner of the Flat Creek section had +1 oO in money stolen from him by a thief who hiyke into his house while he was awav from lmmo ------ J - - Mrs. J. 11. I'ooro and her little son, who have boon visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. I'avseur, returned to their home in Columbia last Friday. ?Mr. J. C. Klliott will move his family back to Lancaster this week. Their many friends will gladly greet them on their return to Lancaster. The strong man avoids temptation in order to show his strong! h. The fool courts it in order to exhibit his weakness. We shall insist on the Republican party being consistent, for once, this time, and give us "Teddyand " Booker" on a black-aud-tan platform.?Augus ta Chronicle. Tfclf alirnatnra la on eTory bos of tho irarairtaa Laxative BromoQuinine Tat?iet? tk? iwili that nr?a a atiM ta MB* tef