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THE L. S. M(
85c Sack of Four for 80<
8oc Sack of Four for 75(
5c Box of Good Luck Pa
ioc Box of Good Luck IP
5c Box of Sardines for 4<
5c Cut of Schnapps Tob
5c Cut of Liberty Bell ft
5c Cut of Select for 4c.
ALSO a Full Line
The L. S. M
White Jap Si
Very stylish tucked. back
Embroidery, lace trimmt
price 75c, 85c, 2, $1.25, :
Black Lawn Waists, fast co<
One special bargain lot of
Crash, White and Cham
Dress Suit cas<
We can please the most p,
ers as we are giving great
Hand Grips, S60c, 75c, $1
Leather Dress Suit Cases,
Q8, S.50, S9, $10, $10.50, S]
A Big Shipment of New Tr
The latest improve and be
value. Price $3.50 to $2:
See Our Speeial H
They are the best and ver;
cial price $1.50, $1.75,
We prepay mail, freight
chases of $5 or over withi
THE JAMES I
NEWS AND H ERALD
WINNSBORo PRINTING Co.
J. FRANK FooSHE, - - - EDITOR
TEREIS, IN ADVANCE: :
Six Months.................... ... .5
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Wednesday, Aug. 9, 190$.
If Senator Tillman is to get the
dispensary in a position, where
it will be backed by a healthy
public sentiment, he will be spar
ed the necessity of taking his
seat in the United States senate
at its next session, as he will
have a plenty to do at home.
Senator Tillman magnifies his
political troubles in making his
defense of the dispensary a de
fense of himself. The great
moral institution is doomed and
he will find that he can not save
it. It is too great a burden for
the people of South Carolina to
carry much longer.
For a genuine illustration of
the real absurd, the effort of eer
tain dispensary papers to make
it appear that three of the best
teachers in Pickens county are
gon elsewhere to teach because
the dispensary had been voted
out, has the right of way. IfI
these communities could really
have offered, these men salaries.
which they are to get in their new.
fields, the little revenue arising
from the dispensary would have
been much more than made up
by private contributions. The
other suggestion from the News
and Courier that perhaps these
teachers were too accustomed to:
their "wee drap" to live in a
prohibition county is an altogt her
out-of-place -reflection on the
We invite the attention of all
parents in Fairfield county cou
templating sending their boys to
a good preparatory school, to the
jdvertisement of the Mt. Zion In
stitute in this iss'ue. While the
effort to enlarge this historie
school by adding a boarding de
partment thereto has been given
up for the present, yet it is pos
sible for patrons desiring to send
their boys off to find a suitable
place here in town for them to
board and that at reasonable
prices. There is no school in the
State to-day that has a better
record for thoroughness of work.
the students from Mt. Zion ever 1
taking high stands in the elasses
kn P for4c
king Power for 4c.
akingr Power for 8c.
acco for 4c.
BACON, H AMS,
d and tucked; special
L.50, 8 .6
>rs ...... .50, 75 and 85c.
Figured Lawn, Pereale, X
bray; these we price
.. .... 82, 82.50 and,,-*.
:s and Grips.
rticular and close buy
.25, $1.50, 8175, 3.50,
8.50, $4, $4.50, 85, 80, A
inks for Laeies and Men.
st made. Very special
desirable Colors. Sos
30 8.50, 8'.75 and "
or express on all pur
1600 miles of Colminbia.
desiring to move to town for the
school advantages can find no bet
ter place than Winnsboro, which
has ever taken just pride in its
The increased price of wool
within the past few months
should greatly stimulate the grow
ing of sheep for wool as well as
for mutton. Wool at thirty cents
or more per pound makes sheep
raising quite a different thing~
from what it was when it was on
ly 163 to 18 cents per pound. It
is a very poor flock that will not
make an annual shearing of five
pounds to each sheep. The pro
~eeds of the same would be at
least 81.50 at the present high
prices. With proper care arnd at
tention the increase each yea
should be at least ninety "per
rent of the parent flock. It is
easily possible to make a lamb
worth from ::2.50 to 84.00 at si::
r.onths old. The wool will more
than pay for the care of the whole
flock. So the increase should all
be clear profit. Then too there
is another feature to be consider
ed in connection with sheep - and
that is that they are the most
valr'.able of all animals for the
improving of the land th~ey graze
upon. Any pastuire wvh re shieep
have been kept for any length of
time will prove that this- is true.
T1here are a few fa:mewrs in Ih
1oun)try that hatvo been givi ue
somte a ttendo'n to f bis in a~tn bx I
a, smnall way. It is deservoiua
mnore attenutOn! on~ the part .1
!arger miunber!. it is to be .
that others will t:;ke it u
that the- raIi(n (f shieep i
take its proper p~lace amno :
indlustries of this section.
Strict Business Method.
With all the advantages tha;
ulave coie from the multipling
of the free rural deliveries- md
Lhese are certainly manifest
here has come a confusion in re
~arJ to post onices, etc. It is io
hio in terest of every farmer to
ave his mil addressed to iml at
he right place.V Wi this end
ai view, lie lhouldI use prlinteud
tationry, showingw his correct
)ost ofice addres-s and shippinug
~oint. IEsnelally shiould CeVr
etter thatt he sends out have i
iame printed on the cemelope, so
is to insure its return in the
veut it is not properly directed
r the paity to whomi it is ad
[ressed U es not call for it. Far
tiers can have their envelopes
ud letter heads printed at theo
pews and Herald office at a vcry
mall cost. It is the business
L~ing to doC. Call andl get prices
n this work.
W~i Lot of Wagons and
~uggies at prices that will make
worth your while to call here
efore buying 21 W. Doty.
i*; 17,~ cn n'
ls Ji uc ( if) r L. h ak sn and
anvr., eu wrse t 11e
n :112;. , : i a c all ti s
T)_1 I, cI *S i I to01U
'te :y 1
instrctio for he frmer and'
mak i ssib- a ay o a to
It ws It, ' o ., Jt- c.~i: rvI~
com totr es r :A:
' 'rdi . as re It
d1 1 t. u ALr .i tv
mo r ~ Li Th- w a as.
blounif 1 i.I ii lo e ir wti
.ie crown- an, coie ul
, .;, ll .. ir
rer thee ~m~u:~ t1 ofi V. Lto ->.
hEi ws arm:- inteest oinr gamfe
vhaer.", g.t.:1 terribe
Irlat Luk Tae 'loug anat
ns i i v x 'I Iv I v and ofs
uidht, brif m::ie ow ic was
:tre IL:.ln tae
meire tnbliner :uotseecr
n iumer tr. J uei . WCi ou
h .i0 ii posed unthink
inly, t ' i'ucd: -: J lorn" lower
anrd C0rice e lee uri a 1amt.
eofu a' ni fricni. inute nLit
%N.Ls Sw'2Jt 2'1 vilrsofa -e and o
wa s I s rxtiret.
Yl on Wir wasl lin e moloie
toirmm andii was speding afew
dfys vacti -here~ whth relater,
was L>:mt2 yearo a andeo
sted hbito Hsy that Miss
tareyo i Powel ism andt beue
in Peart' Crieek churchvardJ.-The
State, Aux. 7.
The~ 'iThoausd .a vryuc
css s Kae oave Saturdat
-Nora CuIeene tire party
01 Oi1111. vonhowd. evemn
Walls sneht v naty
Mhs 3IILe i'll has returned
to her hoieo in Colamina after a
few weeks vsIt IL to her siSter,
31r.s. John Dellener.
A"..1zs C m nolk'. visi ma11
fitFriends rte vyN. C.
hli. Lucninglth C le hsre
turne haome afer ase wteeks
vnlsith''S~~ish in Collurn-l
Mrafater :glof feer.fe
315 ist NoaUi is sitn Mer
auntm, 3Lir. Thmsii. C
3Ir.av and i ris in LJenins
pleasd wih th improvemnt ofa
.aus'hs se ction ya isated
aava lst we *iune Mun
tain, Gi'- .reLo 2.
White oak News.
sectin P repraton a~reV0 making
The coton op iso aot 35
pe cn as compared ith wh1at
itwt a * *li- se . ~oll lat ye r
Thelwah f t i secton i
ver good at his time
M.B.Rin wr '1rieved to
h rof hi. (h His Isorw
w 1 la psltlI
oXto, N. C.
-00m. '- and son' ro
T ws ith
, olI~a r, *L s~
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en* o - Ievr:
Uurglar's Career Endcd.
;m Wiley Shot Whie Burgiarizing
the Store of WN. Al. Patrick at
i car1. of Sam. Wilov. who
ad for somle time been burglar
zing on a very succesful scile,
-ame to a sudden end at an er.rly
our Su!day morning, when Ile
x*ts sho' down in the store room
lf Mr. W. 1. Patrick, at Wood
wrd. For some time Mr. Pat-:
rie:k had1,1 bee,(n missingr goodIs !:oM
his store, and Sunday nigi: he
hia( Messrs. W. M. Brice, J. W.
Drice and T. W. Lewis on guard.
During the night Saun camO in,
li1hted a lam aj)nd bga to mnake
hlaself at oie. lie was called
upon to surrender; and instead of
doing that, he blew out the light
and fired, according to the evi
dence brought out at the inquest.
The following is the finding of
the jury of inquest, composed of
J uhn A. Stewart, Foreman; J. C.
Stcwart. W. A. Blai, W. L. Mc
Koown, Nelson Wiley, (colored)
J. A. McCrorev, J. F. Cole;mau.
J. D. Montgowery, S. L. Mont
gornery, W. J. Pray, and Iaiah'
We, the jurors summoned, em
panelled and sworn on our oath
to make a true enquiry into the
cause of the death of Sam Wiley,
do on our oaths aforesaid, present
that the said Sam Wiley, came to
his death while in the act of buir
glarizing the store house of W.
M. Patrick, at Woodward, S. C.,
by gunshot wounds at the hands
of W. M. Brice, a clerk of W.
'1. Patrick, and J. W. Brice and
T. W. Lewis, who were all guard
ing said store, and we each and
all of us do exonerate the said W.
.M. Brice, J. W. Brice and T. W.
Lewis, who fired upod the said
Sam Wiley in self-defense, and
only after their own lives were in
A search of the house of the
deceased the next morning re
vealed the fact many of the stolen
goods wero in his possession.
flusco Boulware Raines.
On the morning of July 30th,
at his home in Mitford, sur
rounded by his family and many
friends, the spirit of my kind
friend, neighbor and comrade in
arms, Musco B. Raimes, took its
flight from this world of pain and
sorrow to its abode above the
The subject of this sketch was
born on the Wateree hills of this
county fifty-nine years ago, where
he lived all his upright and use
ful life. He was a great sufferer
for about six months before
death came to his relief. He is
survived by his affectionate and
devoted wife, four daughters and
one son, one brother, Mr. T. C.
Raines, and two sisters, Mrs.
Susan Mickle and Mrs. D. G.
Smith, of Longtown. In the death
of my lamented friend, Fairfield
has lost a true citizen, a gener
ons and kind neighbour, and Mt.
Olivet Church a quiet and hum
His remains were followed to
and laid to rest by a large con
course of relatives and friends in
the cemetery at Mt. Olivet Church
on Sunday evening at 4 o'clock.
He was a devoted husband, a
kind father, and a true friend to
all that knew him.
About the middle of the civil
war. lhe volunteered his services in
Company F, 7th Battalion, S. C.
volunteers. There lie remained
throughout that bloody struggle,
faithfully obeying all orders as a
true young soldier to the bitter
end. He was wounded at the
battle of Reams Station, Va., but
he remained with his command
doing hard service till General
Lee sheathed his sword forever
The bereaved ones have my
heartfelt sympathy in their sor
One by one we are rapidly
crossing over the river to rest un
der the trees.
Comrmle~~c, thou hast left us,
Th y~&L fac no mor9e we'll see,
Till we pas over the river.
To be waih J:ackson :unI Lece.
Thea new fp.Q. a ie stable of
Mr.) D. A. Cr.or: is now near
ing(~ coml eien' . Tis b uilding is
o f brc an is ver lO arge ;nid
wri arranged."C heing~ ;u feet wide
an 100 fet lng. It is well a
'ipted for th It l~purpos for which
it is to be lised and makes a great
hop rove-ment in the appearance
if ht part of town. Mr. Craw
1rd in th'e erectiou of such a
ijel sitr- building, has shown
nsnience in Winnsboro as a
roo hors e and mulei market and
hat h~e is going in for .a part of
vihat is (hoinl. He will have an
nunllcment next week that
vill make interesting reading.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
~.LAXATIVE BRO(MO) QUI
Imb ey if it fails to cure?.
E. W. (lrove's signature is on each
ABOUT TH1E "BLUES"
What is krwn as the "Blues' 1
S Feldom occasioned by actual exist
ng external crditonrs, but in the
;reat majority of cases by a disorder
ad LIVER.- --
ThiS !3 A PACT
which may be denonstra
ted by trying a course of
Thcy conri-! and reguiate the LIVER.
yhey bring hope and bouyancy to the
mind. Th'y rIgeAth and elastic
ity to1 the i~y
TAK7 N, SDBSTITUTE.
In t ard snappy game of
ball Motlicello defeated Gree~u
brier to >he tune of 1; to 3. Th
feature of the game was a sensa
tional ItCh by Jenkins in sixth
Scoreby ining.r . E.
n i u-c I I - 1 ti 1: 4
(jretni.I; r ! o -a d l 1 - 1 j 9 5
Motitcd -I. Roberts, Bell
(Grce brier-Cauthen and Wol
TWO Base Hits-Hainiter, H.
Roberts, E. Roberts.
Strl: out by Roberts 3, Bell 8,
Tihu_- of Game-1:40.
Uwm pire-Mr. A. L. Scruggs.
Scorer-Mr. W. P. McMeekin.
Killed at Church.
iu a general all round churci
row at Mt. Oliv church, color
ed, in the New Hope section
Sunday morning Solomon Grif
fia shot and killed Tom Moore.
S)onon cmne out of the diffi
culty ali tilI wiser, for he has a
gooid many bhot in his body,
wiich are not calculated to make
his stay in jail any the more
plc as a t.
When Other !ledicines Have Failed
Take Folev's Kidney Cure. It has
1CUn-d Whei t-varyt1in- else has disap
point. Sol Id by Mce -..ster Co.
doing busine-. in the Tow of WVinns
bor '*o nO )r the stated License, has
benin eipei'ationt sin1ce July, 1003, duly
\In pesn have not paid License.
Ii :en direeted by the Town Council
to inser this further notice and to
warni all plersonts that the penalty for
nlon-paymenct will be strictly enforced.
Clerkt of Council.
STATE OF SO'fl CAROLINA,
COERTr GE C~MI.ION PLEAS.
Summflhons. 1r 1ilie. C.oanplaint not
TlIo the D~efen dant:. bove-!I:ied:
Y~ou :re herebe suitnuoeel and re
:ion. whlichi i-i iil in the office r
the tr of the Court oft Connnoun
lecs, for the siid Cuny, and to serve
a copyv of your:u:swer to the said comn
No. 1)' B i'~ \m.:, in nsboro, S, C.,
wtin twemy ''isy fter the? service
hereof, xcusive of thei day (f such
- ervi' ''nd. h- you facti) to nwer the
coant iti.in it timIHe aforesaid,
thte olaizin in ti ation wvill apply
toth Cor D e the relief demuanded
'.n the eo-n~ IllIt.
iDated Auut :t. t.\. D). 1905.
AS . \\ W. D. DOUGLASS,
IT)o te ab sent Deenan*~lhlt, Thma E.
Tlake n'tite ti nte tUmmuons, of
wh~ih the for:-i'in i's a ~copy, antd the
copynin t hi cion was iiled in
the olie ot lhe (Clerk of Cou rt* of Corn
mont P'!' for I-'airfild County on the
tth diy': A't ugt 10~.
. \\S W. D.)OUGLASS,
MM :.iPlaintifs' Attorneys.
The "Modern Method" system of
high-grade taloring introduced by
L E. Hays & Co., of Cincinnati, 0.,|
satisfies good dressers everywhere.I
AlGarments Made Strictly
Alto Your Measure
at moderate prices. 500 styles of foreign 4
and domestic fabrics from which to choose.
Ask your desler to show ycu cur tHne, cr if
not repreca-ted, writo to us fc- particlar
L. E. HAYS C. CO.
has stood the test 25 years.
bottles. Does this record of
Drne of the BEST!
Not in a TRUST!!
Dweisboro Wagons. A Car=
load Just Received.
HACKNEY and CHASE CTV BUGGIES
K. R. McMaster.
These Summer Days
A Good Cot will add greatly to your com -
fort. A big lot of Cots at special prices.
FULL STOCK OF IRON BEDS from $6
to $15. Any size and style you want.
SPRING BEDS in various sizes and styles.
Bring in your broken furniture and have it
repaired. Prompt work at reasonable rates.
GIVEN THE PROMPTEST ATTEN
TION AT ALL HOURS.
R. W. PH I L L I P S .
NO NEED TO ORDER YOUR
Full stock at the Lowest Wholesale Prices
always on hand..
SFlour Corn Meal
Hay Oats Etc.
SPrompt attention to all orders. Try here
L. A. Rosborough.
STo be worrying about sending here and
there for your groceries. Why not just
Psend here where you can get the best of
everything? There is not a grocery wantA
of yours that we can not supply. Phone
or let us know your wants and you will
find that what we say is so.
BARRINGTON HALL AND WHITEA
SHOUSE COFFEES are very popular with
many who use them. Try them.
ENGLISH BREAKFAST and GUNPOW
DRTEAS aiways give satisfactiofl.
Use JELLO for your ice cream.
All the BREAKFAST FOODS here.
SFullest assortment of CRACKERS and
FRUITS the year round.
SJ. D. MRcCarley & Co.4
Tasteless Chili Tonic
Average Anmaal Sales over One and a Half Million
merita.*ea .....,? No *.elga. 50c.