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will be a
To do even better thi
trade is so muc
whether they be grea
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that are fi
At McCarley's Old
"Wednesday, Jan. 11, 19
? -Sow oatsas soon as yol
-Vote in the primary
-Mr. Geo. R. Lauderdale
Monday in Columbia.
-Miss. Annie Holcomb~
returned to Greenville.
-Mrs. L. R. Harby is
lumbia for a short while.
-There should be a full
at the primary next Tuesda
-Mr. R. E. Stewart, of
town is visiting his paren
*-Mrs. H. Foster of Lan
is visiting her uncle, Mr.
*-Mr. J.1R. Stewart, of M
boro, is spending a few da
-Mrs. B. V. Woodward:i
iting her sister, Mrs. A. E.]
-Mrs. M. A. Elliott has
to Columbia for a few day
visit to her son.
-J. E. McDonald, Esq.,
to Columbia Monday on p
-Miss. Margaret Thomap
New York is visiting her
Mrs..J. J. Neil.
-Mrs. W. W. Dixon an
children are now with Mr.
at the Hotel Duval.
-Mr. Henry Stokes of
Branch spent two days ir
last week with relatives.
-The family of C. S. Foi
moved to Chester. He will
tinue on his farm at Asa.
-Miss Grey Neil has ret
to Winthrop after a few
stay at home on account of
- A full account of the C<
nial exercises of the South
lina College will be giver
-Mrs. M. S. Gerig am
daughter, Miss Laura, left y
day for an extended vi
-Miss. Lila McDowe
Cbester, who has been v
friends in town, returned
-Misses Margaret Tho
and niece, Miss Maggie
went to Columbia Mond
speud a few days.
Messrs. J. M. and J. H.
and T. L. Brice left Moud.
Blythewood, where they ha
eral building contracts.
-Mr. J. D. McCarle
Winnsboro, came up W?d1
morning to attend the fu
Us During 1904
ngs for our cuctomers, whose
;h appreciated. V e shall
be pleased to supply
- your - - - -
t or small, for the new or re
iring the old.
A carload of
the right kird
and at the1
ne brooders and.
NCE day. While here hie was the guest
-- of Mr. John Frazer.---Chester
05. -The famnily.of -Mr. JoIin B.
---_ Stevenson have mnoved back. to
tow'n and are now' occupying the
house recently vacated by Mr. o
- -The Anderson-Reohr Comn
pe)anyhwill be the next attraction
spen - n tel1ceumi course Friday
evening, Jan. 13. Ticke?ts will be .
e has 50c, 35c and 25c.
--A number from here attended
in Co- the great English opera by Henry
*Savage's troupe in Columbia
vote Monday night. Among themi were
Y. Miases Isabel Douglass, Alice
ong- Walker and Marie McCants.
ts in -There is a very general com
plaint about the poor lighting
caster and beating arrangements at the
T. H. passenger depot. Especially 'is
there needed a light so as to make
rinns- the approach to the dlepot safe.
ys in -Mr. Chas. A. Stevenson,
whose many friends will be glad1
s vis- to know that he -is out again after
)avis, an illness of several weeks, hopes
'to leave this week for a stay of
bensevera~l days in the lower part of
b on a the State ~with relatives.
-Mr. W. T. Johnston has ac
wen cepted a position with R. T. Mat
roes- thews & Son in their bicycle and
re-repai:: department. Mr. Johnston
is especially equipped for this
son of work'and will be pleased to have
sister isfriends cal on hm
-Among those from Winns
a two boro who attended the Centennial
Dixon exercises of the South Carolina
College were: Messrs. J. Q. Davis,~
Early Preston Rion, S. D. Duun, J. G.
town McCants, WV. D. Douglas, Misses
Lil Dwight, Annie Davis and
-d has IMrs. J. Q. Davis.
con- --Mrs. Nancy Rawls died at her
home in Wateree section. Friday
urned aind her remains were interred in
days' Mt. Olivet cemetery Saturday.
sick- She is survived by the following
children: Mrs. B. ?3. Wylie and
nten- J. D. Rawls, of Wiensboro, and
Caro- Mr. T. W. Bawls.
next -Mr. Jno. M. Smith has dis
continued his merc-ntile busi
id her neCss. The building vacated by
ester- him has been fitted up for the
sit in cotton exchange to be conducted
by Messrs. R. J. McCarley and
Jno. R. Thompson. The operat
ofii tor will be Mr. J. B. Stevens.
homeL -The cotton that is being held
should be properly cared for by
flpson putting it under cover, preferably
Neil, in a warehouse. If allowcd to
y to remain out in the weather, it
should be so placed on bricks or
Eims blocks that it will not be down on
v for ithe ground, where it will neces
esev- sarily be greatly damaged.
-Mr. 1T. M. Haynes, who bas
y,of been with. R. T. Matthews &. Sony
sday tepast year. has opened in the
ral of Inew store of Dr. Buchanan. He
ese-will deal in bieycles and biere!ej
supplies, guns, etc., and will also
-onduct a general repair shop.
ie v.iil b. p)eased to have you
2ail up,:>u im.
After thi" datn I will be pre- i
pared to furnish my customers
32 oz. rt round Fteak or 32 oz. of
;ausfg.; f 25 cents; also 16 oz.
>f loin m,i ak for 11 cents. Ounices,
Qt ud ,(ic pounds. I make
these cuts and collect every Mon
lay. John B. Stevenson.
Hasc t Stopped Advertising.
The faiinre of the advertise
ment of Mr. A. B. Cathcart to
appear in the issue of last week
was due to an error here in the
office and not to his having dis
continued his advertising. Mr.
Cathcart began the use of print
er's ink in advertising about two
years ago and his returns there
from have been too satisfactory
for him to discontinue at this
time. He does iot only believe
in advertising, but he believes
that the best policy is to be ever
at it. And in the long run this
is the policy that pays best. It
not only pays to advertise, but it
oavs to advertise all the time;
and advertising pays best when
there is advertising all the time.
Others will be profited by the
experience of Mr. Cathcart not
only in beginning their advertis
ing, but in- keeping at it all the
Notice is hereby given that the
health of the people of this county is
in immincut da'iger and must be taken
care of. It has been decided that every
precaution be taken to prevent pro
tonged cases of pneumonia, grippe,
etc. The best thing to do is to give a
good cough mixture as soon as the
cughstarts. Get MURRAY'S HORE
HOUND, MULLEIN AND TAR.
Only :c. a bottle. At all druggssts.
Woodward's New School Building.
It was our pleasure Friday
evening to attend the hot supper
at Woodward, given by the ladies
of that community for raising
funds for buying desks for the
new school building, which has
just been completed and in which
the entertainment was held. The
people of that section are taking
a great deal of pride in this neat
and comfortable little building
and deservedly so; for they have
contributed largely the funds
necessary for its erection and are
showing~the same commendable
interest in its equipment. De
spite the fact that th3 evening
was a very inclement one indeed,
there was a good attendance and
the snug little sum of $22.40 was
rosed. After all had partaken
of the supper, which was lacking
To Close Ou1
we offer you SPECIAL
but we Clo offer thee
we want tie cash,
we get in February.
Special prices on all
goods at first cost.
Some pretty Dark Si
at less than cost.
Lot of Ready-made!
Dark Percales at 7%/
Lot of pretty Flanne
These were roc. and 12
We offer all Winter
tion or men's, ladies' a
A small lot of Blank~
cost while they last.
Balance of our Wini
cut prices. SOME OF
We have a great ma
heavy goods at cost.
good bargains we are (
We need a lot of m
swap your money for a
good bargains besides
you can save money.
neither >u quantity nor in quality,
a numbe.- of games were played
till a late hour, thus making the
occasioi' one of pleasure as well
as profit. The people of Wood
ward are very much interested in
their school, which is being most "
:uccessfully taught by Miss Nan
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUI
NINE Tabiets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. WX. Grove's signature ia on each
PRIIIARY ORDERED FOR AUDITOR I
By the Executive Committee at its
fleeting Saturday for Jan, 17th.
The County Democratic Es
ecutive committee at its meeting
Saturday, at which there were
nine members present, ordered a
primary for Jan. 17th for nomi
nating a successor for auditor to
fill the vacancy caused by the
death of the nominee, Mr. John
Hollis. Should there not be an:.
election at this primary, a second
primary will be called for Jan.
24th. The candidate's were as-.
sessed $7.50 each and the mana-1
gers are to be paid fifty cents
each per day for the first primary .
and the same amount for the
second if there be one. Thurs
day, Jan. ~12th, was fixed as the
last day for the filing of pledges.
The tickets will be printed at
once and mailed out. to the man
agers this week. On account of
the small number of candidates
to be voted for, -the managers can t
get up special boxes for holding t
this election. The county execu
tive committee will meet on the
19th for the purpose of tabulat
ing the. vote, at which time all
votes -much be in, and there !
should be a full attendance of
Managers are requested to mail
or phone the results of the count,.
as soon as it is made, so that the
full returns can be published the
first afternoon after the election 1
All who have become of age'
since the last general election and
those who have come into the
county within the past sixty days
can vote at this elhdtion 'by hav
ing their names enrolled on the
club five days before the primary.
This will have to be attended to
The Best AI!-Around Tonic-Can't be
Columlin, S. C., Nov. 28, 1903.1.
Gentlemeni I hav.e taken one battle4
of Iron Bloodand Liver Tonic, apa:. J
have just bought th~esegond bottle. I1t
has done me a reat.Mdal of good;'I amn
stronger and' fI better in every wyay,8
mappetite is good, and. I digest my[
f. As an lil-around tonic
James Iron 'looand' Liver ro
can't be beat. " Yotfrs, -
W. B. Ta.ylor-, Columbia, 8.
tBalande of W
PRICES. We do not offer
se Wi-ter Goods
and want to nmake room foi
Dress Goods, and a great
ks at cut prices, and lot of
skirts and Jackets at cost.
c. and 9%/C. a yard, worth ia
lettes and Dark Outing at:
Underwear at first cost. V4
nd children's--ill new good!
ets and Heavy Flannels. Y
er Clothing (and ther.e are s
THiEM UNDER COST.
fly bargains in Shoes; some
ou will have to see them'
oney in January. This is
m extra amount of good got
those we mention. Call on
tl Dry Go<
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR.
I hereby respectfully ask each ani
wery voter of Fairfield County for thi
>ftice of Auditor, subject ro the rule
>f the primary. Respectfully,
J. N. CENTER.
I am a candidate for the office o:
Auditor of Fairfield Connty, subject t<
he action of the Democratic primary
W. W. KETCHIN.
I am a candidate for the office 01
Auditor of Fairfield County, subject tU
he action of the Democratic primary.
E. F. PAGAN.
The ninny friends of Mr. JAMES L.
icMOn respectfully present hit
amneto the voters of Fairfield County
or the ot'iee of Auditor, subject t the
.ctit in of th: Democnratie primuary.
Bank Officers Elected.
At a uetinng of the board of
lirector, of Thu Winosboro Bank,
eld mi Jauuary 5th, the follow
ng officers were elected for the
T. K. Elliott, president.
T.. W. Lauderdale, vice-presi
Jas. Q. Davis, cashier.
W.G Jordan, assi.,tasnt cashier.
Thonuas Jordan, teller.
CLariets F. Elliott, discount
Capt. Jordau's promotion to
ssistaut cashier has been won
)y filling the position of teller
acst efi iently. His son, Thomas,
ho succeeds him as teller, has
>een in the bank for three years
nd has filled his position most
.ceptably to the officers and cus
omars of the bar k. His promo
ion is deserved and he will make
en efficient teller.
The position of discount clerk,
uade vacant by the resignation
>f Mr. J. E. Matthews, who goes
o Columbia, is to be filled by
dr. Chas. Elliott, the second son
f President Elliott, under whose
dministration - the bank has
chieved such success that its
tock recently sold on the market
t $175.50, though its book value
s only $150. The son will make
.n efficient clerk.
'FLedger3, Ledgers, Ledgers
.t the News and Herald office.
A Costly Mistake.
Blunders are sometimes very
apensive. Occasionally life it
elf is the price of a mist, ke, but
'ou'll never be wrong if you take
)r.:1ing's' New Life Pills for
Lspepsia,. dizzinesy headache,
iver or bowel troubles. They are
;entle yet thorough. 250, at Mc
Laster- Co., J. H. McMaster &
Jo., and 'Obear Drug Co., drug
ORJ, ENT-Four-room house,
new and desirable.
everything at cost,
at cost; for the reason
Spring Goods that
many new and fine
Dark Silk remnants
C. and 12%c.
7I/c. and 8c. a yard.
e have a good* selec
ou can get them at
ame choice suits) at
I 0 e
it cut prices and some
to understand what
your opportunity to
ds. We have many
us and you will find
I d'OYdO! T
If pleased, tel
Jno. H. McMd
I have just re
lot of fresh .Ken
which I offer cl
or on one anc
time with appi
ity. Give me a
We shall .be please<
with that same coL
have always extend<
ciate all patronage gi
Under Winnsboro Hotel.
Books dad i
ARE STILL I
News = and ='H<
A BIG LOT OF LEDGERS Al
PRICES MOST RI
A LARGE LOT OF FINE BO
FROM 50 AND 25 CEN1
100 QUIRES REDUCED FRO3
GFPAPER BAGS' OF ALL
Caae lant Cafor sale, and now ready
and "ahdrt 5tem Fat Dutch," the 3 best I
tio a0 aed. r, r : Single thousand,
pucaser ain' return charge on mioney
tough and( hairdlv the-: will stand severe c
s r shpat > >g 20 rns pr .Oadw
cheaper than mnine. I sell good plants. 3
from my farm. I guarantee those that I s
grown from high grade seeds purchased fi
houses in the U'nited States. I will refund
customer at end of season.
Our Cotton Seed. Lint of our Long Sta
-this vear in Charleston, on Dec. 2, at 32c.
ofve be in the plant business for tirty.
" Che Cabbage Plant Man,"
Wmn C. (1ER ATV.
fc V ' .d .v y s :o;
[l others; if
ister & Co.
.-Wnnsboro, S. C.
ceived a nice
leap for cash
I two years'
i call before4
re and I will
)ot y. I
I to., serve you -
rtresy that we
~d. We appre
arald = Office.
(D BLA.NK BOOKS AT
X PAPERS REDUCED
STO 15 AND 10 -
I 10 TO. 5 AND 3 CENTS
SIZES 1N STOCK.!
or delivery. "Early Jersey Wake
field," two earliest sharphead va
"Succession," "Augusta Trucker"
at-head varieties and head in rota
1.50; 5,000 and over, $l.25 per 1000;
with order; or, plants sent C. 0. D.,
.Our plant beds occupy 3.5 acres on
nd growing them in the open air;
a1d without, injury. Plants crated
have special low rates for prompt
knowv other plants you can~ buy
'o cheap "cut rate" plants shipped
dip to be true to type and name, and
-om two of the most reliable seed.
purchase price to any dissatisfied
pie variety of Sea Island Cotton sold
~er pound. Seed, $1.25 per bu.; lots
'arieties, and Satisfied Customers. I
Post and Telegraph Office,
Ymo-'s Islnn, S. C.