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We. migh'; say much in an eff
to buy Clothing, but "saying" is ea
you have tested a'thing
If you have bought from us, v
say. We are willing for the good
haven't, then this is the time to d
We are prepared te exhibit
the best manufacturers in Americ
Some. clothing is made and son
is, well. half made.
OURS IS ]
Clotning sold by us is cut ai
reputakion is their capital, and wl
; sue n pent
sTown Treasurer Neil is call
ing for your municipal taxes.
-Sheriff R. E. Ellison paid a
flying visit to - Chester Saturday.
-Mr. LaGrone spent Thanks
giving at his old home at John
-Mr. F. E. Propst spent seve
ral days in Colum bial ast week.
1% on business.
- -Miss Agnes McMaster of
Columbia spent Thanksgiving
Day with friends in town.
-Quite a number .from here:
'will attend the Beaty-McFadden
marriage Thursday evening.
-Mr. Jno. A. Beckham of
Sally paid a visit Sunday to his
sister Mrs. J. Fras.k Fooshe.
-Quite a number from Ridge
wav came up Friday evening to
herthe Mozart Symphony Club.
-Foreman J. E. Williams of
The News and Herald office spent
Thanksgiving Day in the capital
-Mr. J. H. Milling and wife
of Rlock Hill have been spending
several days at Mr. J. L. Rich
-Treasurer Wylie is still hav
ing an easy time, while many of
his former customers are quite
-Prof. E. M. Matthews after
attending the Clemson game at
Charlotte Thursday paid his
parents ai flying visit.
Rev. E. H. Beckham of
T Cheste r county visited his sister
Mrs. J. Frank~Fooshe on his re
turn from conference.
-General Stokes of Hampton~
ran upl from conference one dlay
last week for a short visit to
relatives in town.
-The cotton shipmonts from
Winnsboro to December 1st are
3,448 for this yea:r against 3,767
K for the same period last year.
-Prof. W. H. and Mis s Mary
Witherow and Miss Bessie Mc
Master attendedt- the meeting for
teachers at Ridgewe.y Saturday.
Rel~v. C. E. Wiggins who
served the Blackstock circuit
.eea year a diei at his
>rt to convince you where
sy. Talk is cheap. After
re have nothing more to
; to do the talking. If you
the production of some of
:lothing- is planned and cut
rtists, some by "scrubs."
d planned by men whose
o study to keep their repu
e all the. time in, "building
r.ressive, pushing people,
quite a while with
Mi ~ rs. Adlie Williford
turned to her home at Edgem.
-Misses Bessie Lyles
Bessie Quattlebaum have
turned from R idgeway where ti
went to attend the Sawyer-B<
-Mr. H. B. Refo has lead
the Winnsboro Hotel for anot
vear. He will take charge JTan.
The cottage now occupied by 1
is for rent.
-Mr. W. A. Beckhiam who 1
been at The News and Her
office fcr the past three mon
left Monday for Union where
has accepted a position in
drug store of F. C. Duke.
-Several others have spol
about that short road to Loi
own, and they say that its con
tion has been greatly overdra'
nstead of being the worst rc
in the county they say it is one
the very best.
--Elsewhere in this issue v
e seen the notice of the cor
superitendent of education
regard to the extension of 1
time for the exchange of secei
nd books. Those who failedl
take advantage of the exche
fers before November 15th
urged not to let the opportun
Blip by again.
-Ir'separably connected1 w
the good Xm;as dinuers is 1
fruit cake, aiid as many know
their sorrow it takes an expe
meed person to mix these fr~
ingredients in such a way as
ecre satisfactory results. St
person is Mrs. Jas. E. Cather
d she offers her services to y
n the matter of cooking y<
fruit or other cakes. She is n
taking orders for Xmns bakin
nd the earlier you have y<
fruit cake cookett the better
will be. Orders left with 3]
Sarah Catheart will also rece
WThe rest of those beauti
pattern hats at Mrs. A. L. ?
Carleys ire being offered at
Just received one car red si
ots diirect from State fa:
. w. n)otv Co
\VANTED.-To rent the five
room cottage now occupied by
H. B. Refo. Possession given
January 1st. Apply to R. W.
PWiYOffice files, ledgers, day
books, and memorandums at The
News and Herald office.
WANTED.-Customer for fiue
cabinet work, delivery wagon,
and a pair of Stimpson's com
Eagle Mfg. Co.
hock Hill, S. C.
. All the school books of the
new adoption can be had at lihe
News and Herald office at the
WMrs. A. L. McCarley has
the largest and prettiest line of
baby caps ever brought to Winus
boro. She is now oflfring them
I at reduced prices.
To fleet Here.
The Grand Lodge of Free and
Accepted Masons will convene at
Winusboro Tuesday, . December
10th, in the A. M. E. church at 8
p. im. Mayor T. H. Ketchin ;ill
delivcr the welcome address.
Did Not Meet.
s-dtr-aecount of the early hour
at which the legal sales wire
begun yesterday the meeting of
the Fairfield Agricultural Society
was not held. The next meeting
will be announced later.
The Firemen's Banquet.
The fire company and its in
vited guests now have their eyes
fixed on the Duval Hotel, *here
Thursday night they are to
the banquet given them t
the generosity of Win
I business men. Of cou
will, have a great tine.
rich feast is beforel
rej .Tim Browna has been lodged
>rjail charged with the' mu ea
Eli Cunningham on the nigii
Nov. 29th. Eli was shot in
nd face, and death ensieed in a sh
re- while. Jim claims to have d<
iey the shooting in self defence. r1
iyd killing took place- near Rtidgew
and all parties concerned w
SOne car bestalihart shine
for sale. M. W. Doty & Co.
ld Six-room dwelling, store ,ba
is cattle shed on i. acre lot at 3
he son;s's postoffice (Simpson's s
:he Ition). Telephone connecti<
with any part of county or Sth
S. C. Ap~ply to-.
:en C. B. RICH ARDSON,
'& 8t Nelson, S. C
l i- . ._
vn. WMrs. A. L . McCarley
ad selling all her line of gene
of millinery at reduced prices. E
.has great bargains for fash
ty A Coming .'arriage.
he Cards have been issued:
id- nouncing the forthcoming m
to i ria:s of Mr. Berry Hill Mob
e and Miss Lila Sm'th, daugh
re of Mrs. J. C. B. Smith. The ce
tv mony is to take place at the re
dence of the bride, December
iiat. Ui o'clock p. m.-Columi
to *i~Get your schoo books a
T- all school stationery at The Ne
ai & Herald office.
chi TR T. Matthews & Son ha
t, a beautiful line of Xmas go<
ou which they wish you to come e
ur se With every 25 ceut p
w chase you get a guess at the nr
gs, ber of grains of corn they hiavg
)ur a pint jar, and if you guess ri;
it you get a handsome toilet e
ve WThe Xmas numbers of
following magazines are now
fa sale at The News and Her;
c- office, Everybody's, Frank I
re- lie's Popular Monthly, Pe
son's, Metriopolitan, HIar4pe
Atlantic Monthly, Judge's Qu
ed tcrly, Century, Smart 2
m..I Strand, St. Nieholas and i
HoTEL DUVAL -Flix 0. Gee,
Richmnon', Va.; W. L. Rosboro,
Albion, S. C.; Mrs. Eva Hoper,
Baltimore; J. C. Hudson, Atlanta;
M. JI. Wachtel. South Carolina;
F. 11. McEache!n,. Ridgeway;
A. F. Ray, Bo.ton, Mass.; J. Sam
Gettys, Blackstock; B. M. Wal
lace, staunton, Vu.; Jno. Y. Mur
phy, Chester, S. C.; J. WV. Reed,
Chester, S. C.; Alex Johuson, Bal
timoie; J. W. Powell, Columbia:
Ed Martiu, Monticello.
N!Soanta Claus has estab
lished his he-idqiuarters at G. A.
A Wrong R.;ited.
Without n anticipation of
the hard times that have befalleu
our section this fall, I boughit my
Xmas stock very early and male
the mistake of haying far too
large a stock. As two wrongs
never mnke a right, 1 have de
cided to right this wrong by offer
ing my entire "toek of Xmas
goods at the very lowest plices.
Cal' on-me anld see what rare
bargiins we aie offering you in
the way of Xmas goods.
G. A. White.
, A most conplete line of
Xmas goods at G. A. White's.
;-Several farmers in conversa
tion were heard to say yesterday
that the negroes in their sections
were leaving for Florida and other
ints. This imigration they say
due to the great shortness of
corn crop and the inability
the white people to furnish
em labor at tliis! time to tide
er this period of .kpression.
ith this conditiou of things the
r problem is sure to be a
ious one anotLer year, es
cially in these sections where
y are leaving.
- Asleep Amid Flames.
reaking into a blazing home,
e fireman lately dragged the
ing inmates from death."
security, and death near.
t.way wheu you neglect
Don't do it. Dr.
covery for Con
- h4f t and
Nato cong geiesnt
i staibborn. arinless a
iac talsting; it's guaranteed"
in sd.isfy by .McMaster CJo. -Pri
of 5fand $1.00. Trial bottle fre4
of A Sad Ending.
ueThe game of football Ii
ds Thursday afternoon betwE
Winnsboro and Blackistock ha<
Ssad ending. The first half v
-vell played the score being 0
0, and a fine game was promiis
les When the second half was begi
all was expectation'. Though I
visiting team was much heav
the home boys were making
fine effort to show up well. Tf
i~second half was hiardly' beg
-~ however when the game a
a- brought to an end by a sad ac
as ent. Stewart of Winnsboro
e, tacklihg one of the visitors thr
him dlowni with the result ti
the latter fell on him, brei
ing~. his left leg just ab~ove i
is knee. Di Lindsay who v
al present at once went to his
e sistan ce. He was removed
n his home, wlhere he is doing
well as coul piossibly be exp<
ted. He has the sympathy
3- The flozart Club.
ey The entertainnient given by t
ter Mozart Symnphony Club at i
re- Thespian Hall Friday eveni
:- was attended by a very lai
11 audience. All have express
ia themselves as highly pleased w:
the performlances of this wend
ful musicai azgregation. the unl
d imous verdict being that it 'v
vs an extremely fortunate tliing:
Winnsboro that no larger to
LvC had secured these delightful eut
)ds tainments f ;r that night, for
mmust be remembered that it w
a. by mere accident that so smnal
a_ town as this was able to soci
in this great attra etion. Thbis ont
htainment completed the first lI
set of the enteitainments of
Lyceum A ssoc:i tion. The.~ nl
attraction has not ~et been
Lhe nounced, but it will have to b
01 good one to maintain the sa
Id: high standard already set.
es- - - -
r-MELY TO LOA N.
ar- ON IPRO'TED FAR318, 3 T
evears4, not hess than $Fi'). '7 l'er
einteredt. No conuisiesh~I c'harZed.
[-A. ms. & w. I). DOU(2lASS,
The people are crying bard times, but if times are hard Dry
Goods are cheap. If you will give us a few minutes sf your time
we will prove this to you. Take an item like Unbleached Home
spun, goods that were GOc last fall, now 5c. The quality you paid
5c for, now 4c. This is the cheap line; it is the sme in higher class
goods. Fine French Flannels that were $1.25 a yard last fall aits
$1.00 now; and so on all through the list you have to buy. Our
stock is complete and we make the prices to suit hard times.
Shoes. Dress Goods. Notions.
We can suit every Onr toekin this line All the little new
one in Shoes. is continually being re- thi!is in this line that
Ladie' Slioes in all plenished. We c a 1 you (1 not find in the
the new shapes, chea) please von in all tho or'iiiarv store. Ask
grades, and 1line patent new style goods--Broad- Nut spechd1v to see our
leathers. We h a v e cloths, French Flannels, new Belts N Belting
them to fit your purse Venetian.,, Po 1)1 i n he variety in (,loves,
as well ayu; -feet. (ralnite Cloths, and tie obiery and (;orsbte.
Children's ,all -rejteit line
stlsa ivn quality.t U e-tu
styles and , fm . od; Aud Siak o '
)I~%Sc~fromll a ever xaw in this Yeo-NA- to suit everv ton0
coar:e Un g at 9:e to We b"-ye the Trad -
fine Pa( at Vici at niins to match ill a i
$4.00. W e sell the kind style, Appliqlie u and wool. The quality
that wear. and any color Velvet, t t r
For men of all agzes We have been selliad
andL shpe; ade to 1tt, rea inv(odsi
and~hijus l~alCto t a r~~ T:IIV ools 11lices lower than lamt
made to wear, and male this line, but get new i s .1 une!s i n
at chie::p pee.We oor vvwekY
at ~ ~ 1 -le: 1!ie.\ewe. Oi in the cifferent colors
can zuit the 1 ovs in will f hat v want. 1
goos th:at wvii stand in this rocm I
Our AiLfind itck in sthis new
noeds nl get good I
w~ork Nvith low pricee.
WejL (rive premiues with every $10 00 cash spent with us. You do
not have eo spend that much at one time, but jLst as it suits yo.
Investigate this. The premiums are good, useful articles, worth
your atteition. We want your trade, and will sae you money if
you buy from us.
SThe aidwell Dry Good oj y
LOOK U t T
COLD ==W V A -VE
As winter is approaching, we wi-h to inform you
thaL we have a lot <f LADIES' PLUSH and
CLOT CAPES on hand.
Also .ne of LADIES' JACKETS,
Wpuld yo believe it; we willell a Cape
fro pe t up to .
~rA P-petty Line of'
I SCARF PINS, SLEEVE BUTTONS.
as BROOCHES, LADIES' WATCH
to CHAINS, &c., and the prettiest LADY'S
GOLD WATCH for $20.oo ever biought
to the town.
he C. M. Chandler.
s A o Halldso5ent purchaet youwilse Fentte
Come and See It At
as For every 25 cents purchase you will b2 entitled
,r to a guess at the number of rains of corn in a pint
- -I fruit jar. The nearest guess gets 'the case. Cot n
Rs to be counted DECEMBER &oTH.
ire Christnias Goods to suit every taste. Fine China,
Lanips, all kinds of Celluloid goods, Troiliet Cases,
,h~ Ccllar and Cuff Boxes, Glove Boxes, Albums,
kn- Pearl fLaa~dle 1Knivcs, Carving S'.ets, Nuit Crackers