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And Mill End
$25 000Worth of i
This GREAT SALE wil
ARY 15th, and last until N
in plain figures. The enti
MANY GOODS BELOW C(
We cannot enumerate
tion to a few:
Yard wide Unbleached
colors, 4c. a yard; Best Cal
7%2c. a yard. Big bargain
79c. a yard; all at about h
79c. a yard; Black 36-inct
Black Silk, 36-inch, worth
less than cost.
BIG TOWEL SALE.-'
Extraordinary Prices <
We have not marked
A Special Feature of t
Gingham, Pique, Duck, ar
this sale and have them ir
later in the season.
Thousands of yards
prices 5c., 8c., 17'2c., Igc.
16 yards Androscogan
These Spring Goods at
The prices on these N<
This Great Sale is a m
sale ever offered in this co
will come again. We hav
will be waited on and rece:
Remember the time
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Terms of sale STRICI
Wednesday, Feb. 22, 1905.
-Don't fail to attend the
entertaimfenlt at Thespian Hal:
day. Mt. Zion will observe it
with execises appropriate to the
-The price of the tickets fer
the entertainment at the Thes
pian Hall Thursday evenfng will
be25 and 15.
-Judge J. E. McDonald has
returned from Columbia where he
has been holding court for the
past two weeks.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. D: Taylor of
the Crosbyville section losi an
infant abont two months old
February the 8th.
-Mrs. . G. McCants spent
several days in in Columbia the
-past week, returning with Mr.
-Col. Joseph Wallace of York
rifle spent several days in Winns
boro the past week with the
family of W. W. Dixon, Esq.
-Mr. H. J. BundriLk, of
Fairfield, was married to Miss.
Ola M. Summers, of Brookland,
February the 6th, by Rev. W, S
-Mr. E. F. Pagan hopes to
qualify as auditor to-day, not
having been able to do so ~sooner
naccount of being shut in with
W. W. Dixon, Esq., has pur
d a lot from G. W. Ragsdale,
and will soon comnmence
etion of a handsome cottage
eentertaiment at the
n Hall Thursday will be
that has be~en presented
talent this season. It
e largely attended.
Everett Kemp, who was
rtainer for the Iyecumi
ening of the 14th, pro v
one of the best attrac
hat the Lyceum has had.
The weather predictions are
fair weather to-day. Tfhis is
consoling after so much rainfall
in the past two days. The short
age in the water supply must be
much less now.
-The lecture by Miss Mattie
Ingold, the returned missionary
from Korea, at the Presbyterian
church Fridav afternoon was
greatly enjoyed by the large nuumi
ber who attended lt.
-The Winnsboro Bank has
our thanks for a neat little paper
weight that has the splendid
state ment of the bank on the
sheet in the insigle and a good
mirrors on the back.
-Mr. Scott McCarler, of the
United States army, wvho has
been stationed~ af Fort Baal, New
Mexico, has rpturned home, and
Sale of Whit
ier Spring Goo
loods to be sold at Sacrifice
March 1st, 1905.
I commence THIS (Wednesd
LARCH ist. Every article in
re stock will be m2rked
all the various articles and
Goods 4c. a yard; Good I
ico 5c. a yard; Yard Wide J
; in Dress Goods and Silks;
alf price. Fine Black 36=in
iSilk, worth $1.25, now 9,
$1.50, now $1.14 a yard. E
Fowels 5c. to 19c. Many
n SHOES, CLOTHING, UN!
tccording to cost, but a grea
his sale is a new stock of M
Ad other Spring Goods. The
great variety, and less thai
>f Fine Embroidery bough1
These are great values.
Bleach $i.oo. Each custom
e cheaper than you can buy
w Goods are less than the N
oney-saving opportunity for
unty. Don't miss it. Com
e engaged a large number o
ve polite and careful atten1
FEBRUARY 15th to MARCF
1 Dry Goods Co
LY CASH. No goods cha
is quite sick at his brother-in
law's, Mr. S. C. Byers.-Bethesda
Cor. Rock Hill Record.
The ten cirenit bill has be
come law. Hon. Geo. E. Prince
of Anderson and R. W. Mem
mings of Charleston were elected:
judges. Of the ten circuit judges
five are graduates of Wofford col
a Wofford Alumnus.
- -Mr. James Br van of Colum
bia spent several (days in town
last week, canvassing for the
Southern Home, which has re-i
cently been changed from, a
weekly to a monthly magaz'ne,
the subscription price being re
duced from $2.00 to $1.00 per
month. The first monthly issue
has just come from the press and
is a most creditable one in every
way. It is to be hoped that so
deserving a publication will re
ceive such support as will insure
its permanent success.
I hnThe Best Physic.
Whnyou want a physic that is mild
and gentle, easy to take and certain to
act, always use Chamberlain's Stomach
ad Liver Tablets. For sale by Obear
GiThe big sacrifice sale that
is being conducted by the Cald
well Dry Goods Company is the
greatest opportunity the people
of Fairfield ever had to make
money by saving money.
Killed on the Rail.
P. P. Horne was killed dc i
Southbound train No. 27 yeser
day morning just above the sta
tion. Horne was standing on the
main line talking to the engineer
of a freight engine on the siding
when he was struck. His skull
was crushed and bo0th legs broken.
-Blythewood Cor. The State,
Walker Waking 'Em Up.
Under the above head D. V.
Walker & Company are making1
announcement of the great cost
sale that begins at their store
to-day. They say they will not
be undersold and they invite(
every one who desires to maket
money by saving money to call
and see what bargains thbey have
in store. Be sure to read their '
big ad. ti
Died in Aabama. t
Mr. Juo. H. Neil received at
telegam a few days agoa
noneing the death of his aunt,t
Mrs. Elizabeth Harper, of Tem
pe, Alabama. She died of pneu- '
monia in the 73rd year of h er
age. Mrs. Harper was a native
of this county. She removed to t
Alabama with her pairents more
than fifty years ago. She leaves
many relatives both in this Statet
and in Alabama..
Mr. Neil spent one month with
her at her home last fall. She'
was then in good health for one
f her age.
e Goods and
ay) MORNING, FEBRU
the store will be marked
at SACRIFICE PRICES.
the prices, but call atten
alicoes, light and dark
Percals, light and dark,
Dress Goods 4c. up to
ch Silk, worth $i.oo, nowl
c. a y.artl; Peau de Soir
ig lot of Silk Remnants
items in this lot worth
)ERWEAR, SHIRTS, Etc.
It many itenis below cost.
ill Ends in White Goods,
se we bought specially for
a they can be bought at
b specially for this sale,
er limited to $I.oo worth.
them later in the season.
vholesale cost last season.
you. It is the greatest
e the first day and you
f extra clerks. Everybody
mpany. = = =
No Close carriage Paint Plade
will wear as long as Devoe's.
No others are as heavy bodied,
because Devoe's weigh 3 to 8
ounces more to the pit. Sold
by John H. Mc Mas.ter & Co.
Farmers called to Meet.
The Farmers'of .13airfield county
three o'clock, at the respective
meeting places of their Democ
ratic clubs for the purpose of
perfecting the township Cotton
Growers' Associations. At this
meeting delegates will be elected
to the county convention to be
held at such time as will be
named by the state convention in
S. C. Cathicart,
Pres. Fairfield Cotton Growers
(~FThe great sacrifice sale at
the Caldwell Dry Goods Com
pany's store will p>ositively close
:n March 1. Don't delay. Come
't once and save money by trad
ng bere where are~ being offered
be greatest bargains of the sea
Knights of Pythias Anniversary.
Sunday was the anniversary of (
he founding of the Knights of
Pythias in America 41 years ago.i
En commemoration of this event
:he Knights in Winnsboro assem- 1
led at the Presbyterian church]
sunday evening, at which service I
iev. S. C. Byrd had been invited t
o preach. The preacher took (
or his text John, 15:14: "Ye are
ny friends, if ye do whatsoever I <
~ommand you." The sermon wast
very thoughtful one indeed,t
~mphasizing the need for human t
riendships which are but typical i
f the eterna.1friendsbip in Christ, .I
~nd was delivered in a most earn
st and impressive manner.
ONLY ONE MORE WEEK
he Big Sacrif ice Sale of the caldwell
Dry Goods Company to last only r
one more week.
The Big Sacrifice Sale of the S
aldwell Dry Goods Company h
hat began, Wednesday has been
Sgreat success, going way be- a
ond their best expectations lf
Lhe uuheard-of bargains that
hey have secured for their cus- l
oers have been duly appreciat-- c
~d. With 15 additional clerks 0
hey have found it almost imnpos. d
ible to wait upon the customers s
hat have thronged their store
~ach day. As this great bargain a
ale will positively close ou r
~Iarch 1, as previously announced,
~veryone should make it a point n
o come early and get the full
enefit of these bargains that are V
iow being offered. Remember I
his sale will last only one week a
Ben.. - ~ The Kind You Hve Alwam Bought
Letter to Jne, W. Lyles.
WPinn.Mboro, S. C.
Dear Sir: We manage to get
me fun out of paint. J H
>hlmeyer, Grove City, Pa, put
Devoe. Along came a sales
in of somebody else's paint
fore ours had got there. Sales
in said ours was short-measure. I
)hlmeyer weakened hung fire
d flopped; stopped ours and
It was our turn now. We emp
d our can inte his and his into
rs. The short-measure was
3, not ours; and we kept our
And. over since then, that paint
innia.-o r' r gtv, full-m easurP;
3 paint is Lnot pure, but his gal
3s conta i ns four qu-irts.
Go hv t hi u tma; and the name
go by is Devoe lead-aud-zinc.
27 F W DEVOE & Co
John H. McM-ister & Co. sell
Mr. E1itor: Plea-e allow me
ace to notify the traveling pub
that tliee is no way to cross1
road Iiver at Ashford ferry.
ith safety. The flat and bateau
e both rotten and unsafe. I
dve alrea ly honght two bateaus
ith my own money in order to
ep the ferry running, but as
e counties have not paid me for
e bateaus or services for the
st three months I am not able
keep up a public ferry at my
,vn expense. The business at
trother with the depot and
aarry, together with the great
iroughfare through the two
)unties, make it necessary for
good steel bridge at this place.
hope some one will take the
J. S. J. Suber.
For Over Sixty Years
MRS. WXI.SLOw's SOOTHING SYRUP
as been used for over 60 years by mil
ons of niotherss for their children
'hile teething, with perfect success.
soothes the child, softens the gums,
lays all pain; cures wind colic, and is
ie best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will
lieve the poor little sufferer immedi
tely. Sold by druggists in every part
f the world. Twenty-five cents a
ottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Vinsiow's Soothing Syrup," and take
o other kind.
A Winnsboro Woman Asks
have you a floor paint that lasts
wo weeks?" Yes we have De
oe's; it has a beautiful gloss and
vill wear two years if properly
Nied. John H. McMaster &
Foley's Kidney ure makes the kid
eys and blad right. Contains
othing injurious. hi by McMaster
\Vhat a girl speci y' likes is
o be in bed with a ~ther and
eli stories of savage an criminal
ien until neither of t m can
leep for being afraid.
re instantly relieved, and -per
ietly healed, by B3ucklen's
.rnica Salve. C. Rivenbark, Jr.,
f Norfolk, Yr., writes: "I burnt
Ly knee dreadfully; that it
listered all over. Bucklen's
.ica Salve stopped the pain,
ad healed it without a scar,"
iso heals all wounds and sores.
ic at McMaster Co, Ohtear Drug
o, John H. McMaster & Co.,
OR SALE-High Grade Seeds,
Field Seeds, Fertilzers, Farm
Implements, Seed Potatoes,
Onion Sets, Vegetable Seeds;
Grass, Clover and Lawn Seeds.
Write for prices.-Lrick &
Lowrance, inc., Columbia, S. C.
)R SA.LE-100 bushels of Flor
odora Cotton Seed at 30 cents
per bushel. Also 100 bushels
of Albemarle Prolific Corn, at
81.50 per bushel, an abundant
yielder, producing two to five
ears to the stalk; stands thick
planting and is the very best
variety for shredding. Prices
for each f, o. b. cars, Coronaca.
Apply at The News and Herald
office or write to J. D. F'ooshe,
Coronaca, S. C. 2-22tf
I persons holding claims~ against
estt of Mrs. S. A. Boylston, de- 1
sed, are hereby notified to present
samze, dluly verified, to my attor-.
vs, A. 8. & WV. ID. Douglass, Winn.
-o, S. C., and those indebted to sa!d
at are required to make payment.
SA ML. S. BOY LS'1fON,
Call on me. I can supply you*
prices that are right.
Bring me all your repair work.
will be done promptly and at
I want your Furs and Skins.
M' H\lIIAYNIl = E
We dispose of all not sold
son. This year we start as
ALL NEW SELECT
What are you going to nee
Jno. H. McMast
Is the sar-ne as t
old way of sell
goods at the ver
living prices. -
Therefore, we are not havir
cost. But we will sell you
at prices that it will be 4mpt
have bettered in this county
is a great specialty with u
your old Furniture and have
R. W. P H IL
You will find a complete line o
the best packers.
Our Famous, Helmet Brand
Dessert Peaches are the best.
- 'da'xter's Best" Corn are far sur
"Princess Brand" English Pea
Regal Brand, Grated, Sf iced an
Tomatoes, Tomatoes and Okra,
Our line ot Pickles and Catsi
Mustard and. Salad Dressings,
Shredded Wheat, Cream of W
Walter Baker's Chocolate and Co
Cooper's Gelatine, Jello and Jello
Royal, Rumford and Good Luck
We carry all the while Swift's I
Kingan's Breakfast Bacon.
Blue Ribbon Extracts is our bra
Our line of Fresh Cakes and Cr
We Have Received a Fres
and Landreth's 4
"Landreth's Garden Seed and
o our customers say. They are 1
hem and be convInced,
Under Winnsboro Hotel.
We are glad to annonce that we are
thati ever before for doing ali kinds of
and that we shall be glad to be favorei
may have. When needing anything re
or phone us in regard to same.
All busiuiess entrusted to us will be
E E DS
at end of sea
usual with O'
d? Let us fur- X
er & Co.
(nnsboro, S. C.
ig to sell out at
ssible for you to =1
s. Bring along
it made as good
f Canned Meats fr
and Gondola Br
erior to any other
; are trade winners.
d Chunk Pineapple,
Baked Beans, Pork
ip cannot be beat;
heat and Postum;
coa, Chalmer's and
3remium Hams and
ackers is now dm
Ii Supply of
Onion Sets grow,"
rue.to name. Try
aow better prepared
with any work you
paired bring it to us
New Books for Library.
The Wius)oro Public Library
antinuE; to ba well used. .Dur- f
1. the tirst three weeks of this
itath 188 voluu.s have been
rken out, which is a larger in
umber than has ever been taken rn
ut in one month before. Since
be list of members was last pub
ished, the following have joined:
liss May Davis, Mrs. Alice an
fardcn, Miss Sallie Crawford, t
Lid Mr. E. M. Andrews. The t'
allowing Looks, which were the
.u most popalar books of the h
ountry last month have just been i
dded to the library: The Man m
n the Box, The Prodigal Son,
n tie Bishop's Carriage, Nancy m
tair, The Sea Wolf, Beverly of h
raustark, The Millionaire Baby,
.nd The Prospector. The Lib
ary committee is now at work
naking up an order for other
)ooks that are to be purchased
oon-. . o
Those who have not yet joined
he Library Association are in
ited to do so at this time, as
heir joining now will greatly aid
he Association in increasing its
Poisons in Food. B
Perhaps you don't realize that w
nany pain poisons origina te in a
fonr food, but some day you
nay feel a twinge of dyspepsia W
hat will convince you. Dr. King's k
New Life Pills are guaranteed to ti
ure all sickness due to poisons ti
>f undicested food-or moneyll
back. 25c at McMaster Co., Obear tc
Drug Co., John H. McMaster & 0
Co., drug store. Try them.
The court of general sessions c
convened Monday morning at 10
o'clock with his honor Judge I
Purdy presiding. Solicitor Henry
and Stenographer McCaw were
both at their posts. All the grand
jurors were present excep.t J. W.
Seigler, who was excused. J. E h
Coan was drawn in his stead.
CHARGE TO GRAND JURY.
Judge Purdy made a brief but t
forceful charge to the grand jury. r
Their duty, he said, was not only a
io report on the indictments that 0
would be handed to them, but
also to look into all matters in- n
lvin r the moral or financial
W the county. It was
his ob that there was
less immorali - people t
of this state than ** a
other state in the Unio
however, there were any i tances
of such, it was the gr, d jury's (
duty to bring the bI y ones to
accounitr By4ftue of their posi
tin yare the supervisors of
ash offices of the county, and'(
they would best serve the inter
ests of those whom they repre
sented and do a great kindness t
to the officers themselves by ex- t
erising a close diligence over
them in the performance of their S
officialduties. The supervisor's'
office is the most important in
the county and is one that re- a
quires a man of busIness, one i
who has made a success of his A
own business affairs. It is a 0
more diffiult matter to manage "
the affairs of a county than to act b
as president of .a bank. A failure A
to have this important office filled al
properly may cause a wreck in a A
ounty's financial condition. The 12
offices of treasurer and clerk of C
:ourt and the other offices as d:
well should be kept in the best
possible manner. If in their ex- F
mination of any of the offices.
there should appear any careless
2ess or dereliction, it was their.
usiness to point out to the ofli
ers so as to prevent any trouble
n the future..
Grand jurors themselves should
>e men of affairs, n2en whoso
resence here epresents a sacri- F'
ice of time, men who will protect
lie interests of the county in
very way by seeing that any
vrong-doing is corrected. This
Luty devolves specifically upon
hem and it is their duty to see
hat these matters are attended
o in a businesslike way. WVhat
s everybody's business is no
The gran d jury is busily en
aged with the large number of
adictments before them. They --
ave found the following
The State vs. Edward Neil,.
The State vs. David i'eay, as-i t
ault and battery with intent to ne;
T~he State vs. William Wilson t~
d Bailes Pickens, disposing of
roperty under lien.
The State vs. James McCul-F
any. Plead guilty. Sentence
f court; to pay a fine of one
ollar and to serve the county or
tate one year.
The State vs. John Newbell,A
ssault and battery with intent to f
aivi sh. I
T he State vs. IHolbert Johnson,
fhe State vs. David Denn~s,.at
iolation of dispensary law
'ound guilty. bentence; to pay
fine of $100 or to serve six,i
ioths on the chaingang or in're
Murray'9 H-orehound, MIullein and1
r will euire your cough. La,ge bot
.e for 25e.T