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PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY. WIN ORQ, S. C., FRIDAY) OCTOBE SALSE 84
THAT RIGHT NOW WE
YOU A FULL AD
Fashion, Elegance and Bea
in ot* grind assortmeat
able Dress Goods
Our lines of Ladies' Wraps a
at the top and pric<
We are showing a stock
Fancy Goods that you'
See our High Grade Clothin
dren.. They plerse the
..mind; they are ma
are sold on ti
Our stodk of Gents' Furnisl
Oaps, &c., are one of
We carry a big line of M
Smoke up or you'll go out.
be placed in the
~. V. Wal
Asa, S. C., Oc 14, 1901.-Mrs.
X. Eliza Grafton departed this
life at Mitford, October the 12th.
She was born in Chester County,
October 18, 1822. Mrs. Grafton
has been a "shut in" for several
years from injuries caused princi
pally by a fall; but the immediate
cause of death was pneumonia.
Her remains were interred at
Catholic Church on the 13th inst.
in the presence of a large assem
bly of relatives and friends.
The funeral services were con
ducted by Rev. I. C. Brown from
the 4th verse of 23rd Psalm.
He spoke of the solemnity of
death, but, that Q:rist in her life
had taken away the sting and ter
ror, and interestingl portrayed
tho beauties of a Cristian life,
giving hers as a model. The
casket was covered with flowers.
Early in life ahe was a member of
Concord Presbyterian Church and
later a member of Catholic, of the
same faith. So, we may be per
mitted to say in the days of her
youth, she accepted Jesus, grew
up with Him, lived with and for
Him through middle life to a ripe
old age-then Heaven.
Only two weeks ago a friend
spent a pleasant day at her home
and was forcibly impressed with
the expressions of thoughtfulness
of others, and she seemed de
lighted in showing a cherished
flower, given her by a friend who
had passed away years ago. This
little act of remembrance was a
token of loyalty to friends. It is
aind his devoted wife gave her
every care and comfort in the
evening of life, which methinks
is the crowning pleasure of old
Two children, Mr. H. C. Graf
ton and Mrs. B. A. Ragsdale, and
one brother, Mr.. R. C. Caldwell,
May God comfort them in this
Miss~Florence Codil, of York
4 Tille, will open the Mitford school
Mr. T. T. Lumpkin, of Char
lotte, is visiting his daughter,
Mrs. A. M. Jackson.
Miss Matthews, of Clover, is
visiting at Mrs. I. J. Nichols'.
C. S. F.
Old Soldier'i Experience
M. M Aletin, a civil w ar veter an,
-of Winchester, innd , weite: "Myji
wife was -ick a lotime inC spite of
good doser's treatment, but, was
wh dliv cared by Dr. liing'. Ne Ute
P1ina, which wws td won~dere for her
besith." T'hey alwado. Try 'hem.
IRE READY TO SHOW
ty are prominent features
of Stylish and Season
re the very latest. Quality
:s at the bottom.
of Novelties, Notions and
will not find in town.
r for men, boys and chil
eye; they satisfy the
de to wear; they
ing Goods, Shoes, Hats.
the best ever shown
en's, Boys' and Children's
rs and Overalls.
Trade with us and you'll
Cer & Co.,
Our people are busily engee
in getting out their cotton an<
carrying it to town to give awa;
for 71 cents or thereabouts.
By the looks of the fields ove:
half of it has already been har
vested and the low prices an
making the farmers feel curious
They don't know what to think
It seems that everything is high
We were all greaved at th<
death of our late President;greatl:
shocked at its manner. There it
no doubt that Mr. McKinley wai
one of the best presidents thal
ever occupied the White House
We must all say, down with th<
anarchists; but not only them
but all organisms that use violent
underhand or unjust means t<
attain its ends. In crushing then
out the Christian church willhbavi
its hands full as well as the corn
mon school. There is probabl;
some of the anarchist spirit every
where and they must be taughi
to see thait it is wrong before
Mr.J. W. Durham has buill
himself a store at Durham's cross
roads. He completes it jusi
in time to catch the beginning o:
the fall trade.
Miss Lilly Mobley is again at
her uncle's, Mr. W. A. Neil. WE
always welcome her. .B.
Bryant and Longtown.
Rev. J. M. Wilson, of Seneca
visited friends here during th<
pas4 week. He was at one timi
pastor of the Presbyterian churcl
at this place, .and while here h4
greatly endeared himself to all
He spent Wednesday night a
Mr. Juo. T. Stewart's.
Miss Christine Elliott,of Winns
boro, visited the family of Mr
T. W. Meilichamp a few days ago
Mrs. Barrett left for her home
in Braidentown, Fla., several dayi
Miss Jennie Gladden is visitini
relatives in Winnsboro.
Mr. Albert and Cuttino Melli
champ are attending the Co-edu
cational Institute at Edgefield.
Magistrate A. W. Mathesoi
went to Winnsboro Monday oi
business. E. H. D.
She Didn't wear aMask
But her beaut y was cornpletely hid
dena tvy gtres, blotches a; d ;impl-s til
he und Buicklena', Arnica. Satlve
Then; thev vanished as wilj all Ernp
tions, Fever so- es, B 'ii-, Ule, ro, Uar
neles an'd Felon's from Iira l-P. 1;
falinia f.'t Cot., Corn', Bnrns, Seald
andt Pils. Cure gaanteed. koc u
Mta r Co.'a.
Mrs. T. W. Boo as re
turned home after s ome .
time with relatives -a, W
Miss Nannie Bell
Allendale, S. C., is visiti
grandmother, Mrs. Sarah W
Mrs. F. R. Hood is spen
awhile with relatives in Augu
Miss Lottie Macon left last,
Saturday for Columbia where she
will resume her position as dress- +
Miss Hettie Ezell spent last p
Sunday with friends on Washing- f
ton street. t:
Mrs. Gracie Hagood's friends i
regret ve.ry much to hear of her c
serious illness. i
Mr. T. V. Macon left Wednes- C
day evening for White Oak. d
Miss Frank Wooten has re- e
turned home after spending a
awhile with relatives in Columbia. b
Mrs. M. 0. Ward of Blaineys, f
spent a few days with her parents b
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bookhardt. d
Miss Mae Wooten who has p
been 'isiting at Blackstock re- tl
turned home last Wednesday. . d
Mr. Raines the section master '1
is very sick with ty hoid fever. iw
Miss Kate Mc an left last h
Tuesday for Rock Hill to attend ti
Winthrop College. J. d
Oct. 10, 1901. e
Stricken With Paralyiw%, V
Henderson Grimett, of this lace
was stricken with partial paralysis and n
completely lost the use of one arm and al
side. After being treated by an emi- tj
nent physician for quite a while with
out relief, my wife recommended
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and after
using two bottles of it he is almost en
tirely cured.-GEo. R. McDOXAL -
Man, Logan couuty W. V% ev
othef'y remak,3e cure
I hear Mr. T. W. Traylor will
soon commence to build a large
store on the lot just in the hp.rt
Messrs. Patrick are stocking
up heavily with both groceries
and dry goods.
Our graded school is in full
blast with Prof. Henry at the
The old wedding bell is being
scoured up in readiness for last of
month. So, Mr. Editor, if she
chimes you will know that another
old bachelor has crossed the
matrimonial sea to rest under the
shadow of her wings. M.
White Oak, October 9.
Do you suff'er from piles? If so do
not turn to surgery for relief. DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve will act more quick
ly, surely and safely, saving you the
expense and danger of an operation.
Force of Habit.
A merchant and preacher were
talking about the cotton situation:
"Cotton, you know," said the
former, "is the staple article with
us. Every thing else is measured
"So it is," said the latter; "but
I consider it absolute folly that
this should be the condition of
things. Why don't the farmers
raise something else than cotton."
"Just for the same reason," re
plied the merchant, "that you
preachers continue to preach long
sermons. They have got into the
habit and can't~ get out of it."
When you have no appetite, do not
relish your food~ and fee dull after est
ng you may know that you need a
dose of Chanmberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Price, 25 cents. Sam
pes free at all druggists.
Cresceus has lowered his trot
ting record i. of a second. He
now holds the Morld's champion
ship on a half mile track at 2.09i.
Hester's cotton statement of
October 11th gives the total of
American cotton so far as $1,400,
104 bales as against 1,565,2541last
Of ccurse you are going to pay
your subscription to The N'ews
and Herald, but why not attend
to it before November 1st so as
to get advantage of the special
offers made in this issue?
Lewis Ockerman, G3oshen, Ind: "De
Witt's Little Early Risers never bend
me double like other pills, but do their
work. thoroughly and make me feel like
ta ,o." Certain thorough, gentle.
Me aster Ce.
Hampton for Senator.
Sumter Watchman and SontAron.
-he suggestion made by Col.
lie Jones that Gen. Wade
ipton be sent to the United
Or Senate to succeed the
. John L. McLaurin, is credi
to Col. Jones's heart but
his head. We yield to no
dmiration of Gen. Hamp
one could entertain a
iration for his charac
n as a soldier or as
s people at a time
needed a brave,
n to lead the
e and corrup
n, no r been want
gin loy. ut it is our
a'did an ioi that
not w ind to
rawv him fro ble
. and retire
i. At his age,
and hearty m
he could stan
oj physical and
st to the position,
iment feeble health it i
st he could not dischs
in the Senate, andN
d undertake to do s
d be at the sacrificel of
alth. Furthermore, at thi
Ie the State needs, if it ever
ii the services of a strong,
aei-getic and aggressive man in
je:Seaate. If Senator Hampton
ere but twenty years younger
6 one would hgve a word to say .
ainst his election, but at this A
maa it would be a mistake to -
him and it would be no
ness to him.
South African Store.
of Bay Villa, Sundays
conducts a store
-c, at which can
th- the of farmere
a radius of thirty miles, to
y of whom I havesupplied Chain
n's remedies. At testify to their
value in a household where a doctor's
advice is' almost out of the question.
Withinone mile of my store the popu- a
lation is, perhaps sixty. Of these,
within the past twelve msnths, no less
than fourteen have been absolutely
cured by Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy. This must surely be a record.
For sale by all druggists.
Edgefield has recently opened
a public library. Greenwood has
one well on the way. Other
towns should follow in these
tracks of progress. Teachers can
do a great deal in advancing this
library work, especially by en
couraging their pupils to culti
vate the habit of reading the best
books. If your school now hasn't
a library, suppose you undertake'
to get one.
The excitement incident to traveling
and change of food and water often
brings on d iarrhea, and for this reason (
no one should leave home without a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by
Pat Crowe, the Cudahy kid
napper, has offered to surrender
if the $5,000 reward -be with
We live by our blood, and on r
it. We thrive or starve, asi
our blood is rich or poor.
There is nothing else to live
on or by.
WVheni strength is full and
spirits high, we are being re
freshedi, bone muscle and brain.
in body and mind, with con
tinual flow of rich blood. ]
This is health.
WThen weak, in low spirits
no cheer, no spring, when rest
1s not rest and sleep is not
sleep, we are starved ;our blood1
is poor; there is little nutri
ment in it. -
Back of the blood, is food,
to keep the blood rich. When
it fails, take Scott's Emulsion
of Cod Liver Oil. It sets the
whole body going again-man
woman and child.
If you h?ae not tried it. seiid for free sample,
its agreeablebaste *wi1 sourprise yo.1
4gq5scoTT' & BowNF., Chehlists
aar ie atejt New Yitt.i
JUST THE THINGS
oliqq l C
line of 8
.'me a chane an I
Annual State Fair, Columbia.
On account of this ocession
he Southern Railway announces
ound trip -rates from all points
m its lines in- the State of. Southlj
jarolina, also from Asheville,
Marlotte, Augusta, Savannah and
ntermediate stations to Columbia,'
3. C., and return, for indiiduale
ne first, class fare for the round
rip, plus 50 cents admission to
he Fair Grounds; minimum rate1
cluding admission to be $1.00
or adults and 50 cents for chil
ren. For military companies
and brass bands in uniform, twenty
r more on one ticket, specially
educed rates. Dates of sale Oc
ober 26th to 31st inclusive, and
or trains scheduled to arrive
joumbia prior to noon, Novem
er 1st, final limit November 3rd,
For detailed information as to
ates, etc., call on or address any
gent of the Southern Railway or
V. H. Tayloe, A. G. P. A., At
1. W. Hunt, D. P. A., Charleston,
For Over Fifty Years.
Mas. WINSLoW'8 SOOTHING STRUP
ao been used for over fifty year'. bi
illijns of mothers for their children
rhile teething, with perfect suacces.
llays a' pain, ecures winad c.ulic, andc
the bet remedy for diarthoea. It~
iII relieve the poor little entfere~r
mediately. Sold by drnguists in
very part of ihe world. Twenniv fve
~ents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
Mrs. W inslow' Soothinag Syrup,"
nd take nn' otheir kind. 1-1-17
Principal S. M. Mason of Fort
Jill recently gave the children of
is school an outing at the Ca
~awba Indian Reservation near
ort Mill. This was an excellent
dea. While all school houses
ave not an Indian nation near
y; there are many historical
pots over the State not far re
noved from some school building
hat would afford -abundant- ma
erial for the teacher to get the
bildren interested in local his
A new remedy for biliousness Is new
n sale at all druggists. It is called
hamberlain~t Stomach and Liver Tab
eta. It gives quick relief and will pe
'ent the attack if given as sooft as the
it indigation of the diseaie appers
Pric, ?&ceit j*a nar m amnias fre.
get onr prices on FALL
)ODS. It won't hurt you
pay them either.
The' Bighton Car
Bymeanof ikeless tel
two vesgel- of the.
kept. 4--eemmunietion for six
is hard enough as
it is. It is toher that
we owe our world,
should be made as
easy as po'ble for
her at te time of
is just what
will do. It will mak e
baby's cominst easy
and painless, and that without tak
ing dangerous drugs into the
tern. It is simply- to be appliedto
the muscles of te abdomen. It
penetrates through the skin earny.
ing strengt and elasticity with it.
It strengtens the whole system and
prevents all of the discomforts of
'rhe mother of a plumb babe in
Panama, Mo., says: " I have used
Mother's Friend and can praise it
Get Mother's frend at the
Drug Store, SI per bottle.
IThe Bradfield Regulator Co.,
IWrite for our free illustrated book,
" Before Bati riorn."
1N ALL ITS DEPARTMENt'S,
with a full stock of'Casketa, Burial
)afies und Coffis, constantly on hand,
ad use of hearse when requested.
Fhankful forpast patronage and aolicit
ation for a share in the Suture, In ie
ald stand . . ta hn.
als attended t talhne
THE EL'2ir iTT GmOP,
J.'-tE LIO'f'P'I & 00.