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I Plant Turnips.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
50 Lbs. of Turnip Seed.
W' want to furnish you with what you need.
14 DIFFERENT VARIETIES.
Red or Purple Top Early Strapleaf White Glot
it Flat Dutch .Poerarian White Globe
ammot RedTop hite Large White Norfolk Glol
ammoth Red Top White
Globe Large White Cowhorn
ood's Improved Red Top P
White Globe deen
Extra Early PurpleGolden Ball or Orange jel
Purple Top Seven Tops
Purple Top Yellow Ru
SoiPthern Snow White Glohe iBaa
The man that won the prerium on trn;ips at our
Connty Fair bortght his seed fron i
Jno. H. MLMaster & Co.,
Phone 39. DRUCY4 JISTS.
Toie People of F Purple Coo -
oPapa has go ie North and left no
money behincF I want to have
a good time CLU ring his absence.
To do so I muit have money. So
now is your cha nce to get goods
very cheap for the cash.
GEO. R. LAUDERDALE, Jr,
Come quick as he will be home
in two weeks.
LANDECKER'S BIG STORE
Is sure enough do ing the Big Business of Winnsborc
Why? Because Le has up-to-date goods that wi]
sell. Hie is husti ing all the time to get goods to sui
the trade. A call will convince you that everythin:
is marked down to suit the times and your pocket.
You will have to see them to understand
how wve cani sell them at such very low fig
'ures. We-will not be undersold. . .
* A new lot of Men's and Boys' Clothing in
suits or single piece at bargain prices.
Summer Dress Goods in proportion to the
rest of our immense stock.
Ladies', Men's, Boys' and Misses' Shoes
and Slippers in endless variety. Prices right.
Our Notion Department is full and com
* Call and examine those silk=worked Shirt
Waist Patterns and Japanese Drawn Silk
Mantle Scarfs and Table Covers, at a bargain.
* Overalls a specialty.
See our line-of Ladies' Dress Skirts.
Men's and Boys' Shirts of all grades.
Yours for business,
I have just received two carloads of Dressed
Flooring and Ceiling; Weather-boarding and
Rough Lumber, all cut from long-leaf pine.
Shingles, Laths, Moulding, Brick and other
building materials always in stock.
A full stock of Buggies and Harness at special
Everything in Furniture. See our Baby Car
n-iages and Organs.
This is the place to get a good Cook Stove.
OGur stock of'Dry Goods and Notions will inter
you.J. 0. BOAG.
THESE ARE NEEDED!
GRASS BLADES and GRASS HOOKS for cuttin
down the grass and weeds about the place. Handle
SCALE BEAMS FOR WEIGHING COTTON. GE'
Be sure to see our beautiful assortment of
iJROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
J. W. SF6I LE .PR.
Wednesday, Au- 23, 1905
r 11 a ktai
fr6m- the -montains.
---r..L L. Freeman is enjoy- mi
Jug a short stay atECck-Spvings. H
-Mr. M. M .Dty is at home W
atfer a short trip to the mona- fo
-Capt.. T. J. Onreton spent
several day. on the'Virginia coast be
last week. la
-Miss Lizzie Johnston spent tc
several days at -Wite OM the
past week. de
-Mrs. G. W. Ragsal andi
little chil rej'eW ith elatives 3
at Jenkinsville. 13
-Misses Leila and Kathleen
~ Beaty :have returned to their a
ome In Charlotte. tE
y -Mr. Tom McMa3ter is spend- h
ing this week at Aisheville iad
ta -Mrs. Weir of Newberry -is ti
the guest of Mrs. W. P. Castles IT
at her country home. si
-Mrs. Addie Winiford ran e!
.down from Edgemoor Friday to G
visit Mr. A. Williford.
-Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Elliott fi
1of Columbia are spending this t
week with relatives in toM:\ t
-Mrs. D. V, Walker and Ler a
daughter, Miss Alice, willese C
for Gle.nS'ptigs this week, s
--Mr, Miss t
Lc0fe'aeeR have gone to Sum
ter for a short stay wiith relatives.
- -Mr. John L. Hinnant left
Frio 'ay for LykesLatd, where ho
Itakes c1arge of a sekol near
-M. ss Lilla Beaty is agaia t
home a.iter an extended stay wilth
relatives at yarious points im the
I-Master Cha's, D. uglassias I
, returned, to Wa&hingt after a
'I lengthy stay with .relativesi-this
-Mrs. Corley, xdih has been
with her sister, Mrs. Jno. W.
A nT t
Lyles, left yesterday or her home
a~ Newberry. r
-W. W. Dipa'?N. hast
moved into I&_. handsome 'eot
tage, that,-11ias just been._re tdi
-Mr. A. W. Brown went to e
Colambia .riday to meet Mrs.
Town who was returning home ,
I f %m noxville.
as- hi Dwight, whoa has
s o7 e '~~ib pasts eturned
.~ Tom Ellison was kicked
by a an, 97- He had the
good faitunerto mae5 out with
but sli. ght injury.
-iss Daysie E44ingto" n
returned home Mona' 7 te
W. . eonaldat Stovt ''~ s
-The Oklahoma visito eg are1
MarkI ~nne ~a 'lig=cc.rfuli
Stales abo.it the country in wi. 'c
Sthey have been the past week.
-Mrs.. W. W. Graham and lit-.
tie daughtter, Annie, have returned 'I
Sfrom a brief visit to her sister, a
Mrs. L J1. McNinch, at Chester. 0.
S-Dr. D, J. Brimnm preached at po
the Presbyterian charch Sunday ba
morn ing and 'ath'eniorseric~es 'wE
at the Baptist church that even- for
-Miss JTanio Ketchin is at on
Mooresville, N. C., with Misses no.
Sherril and Steele, who were her ra:
most popular guests the past two t
-Mr.James 'Beaty., who has.
bee / gaged ;in heapiiay'in a 15
Pryv' ence, Rodytsaaid/for theb
past 'w mouths, /retupned home d
-A new eetton exchange has bu
been onenedI in the office in the to
rear of ~the Caldwell Dry Goods as
Company a ithi Mr. Jno. M. Madra
inehrg. adMrs. UT. G. Des-I
Potes aind their two sons, Ulysse th
and Fay Allen, have re turned tr
from a week's stay in Rich-r
-Miss Elizabeth Mc~Iaster ge
Iwas accompanied homE: from C:
Union by Miss Sarah Pacolet tb
R~ice, who will be with her for Ye
several days. t
S-Litte Edwin, the son' of Mr. di
D A. Cr&/wforiL-bad a narwow
escape ni a,4zrigh fu. xnnawy SE
with II~s li f6 She tlar pony Fri- b3
By-D refr~rence to the adver
tiseent of George R. Lauder
Sdale, you. will sees that his son,'Ih
George. is ina ped'k of trouable- a'
SO if you can not h slp him out. c
.--Mr, T. L. Bulow - of Ridgeway al
has been appointe & superinten. h
dent of the hog : iud sheep de-Id
parhent of the coming State v
Ifair. Admirable selection this.. It
-Isabel, the lii ;tle five-year-old)
da~ughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
IMatthews of C 3lumbia, is seri
ously ill. Her~ ; randmother, Mrs.
Maiden, ard her aunt. Miss,
. a y Matthes e. are with the
famiy. Mr. Eiiiott Matthewsi
and Mr. C; W. Madden both(
rUTs ay. Spec
ors annoy the beginers.
-Miss Elise Wilson of Wad
%law Island is the guest of Mrs.
mwahan. Her father, Mr. J. J.
ilson, who came up with her
r a short stay of only a few
.vs, has returned home.
.-Miss Annie Kellar, a most
atiful and charming young
1y, of Shelton, S. C., returned
her home last SetuXc.ay, after
pleasant visit to friends an.
latives here.--Greeniwo-od In
--Misses Katherino aWad Lila
Oulware of Roanoke, Va., who
ve been on a visit i:0 Miss
attie Ketchin, laft Mond.1oy for
short stay with friends q tChes
r before returning to heir
-The Misses Flenniken- gr.ve
most lelightful- Ia8'ma rty *
ieir beautiful suburbyn home
uesday evening. A, 'deli-htfl
ih.course was served by . iss
S Fhza Lyfes and Christine
-The losses i.n tbesort house
re have.not vet been adjusted.
'he anount of the loss wil be
Xed by i n arbitration cminittee,
pointed by the Sinking Fnnd
ommission and the county
-A full attendance of the citi
es of Fair , 1 opposed
the dispensary syste . of con
rolling the whiskey tra C,dis de
ired 4t mass meetig to be
eda thec.ocrt house Winns
lore 1 2 ' 26, at 11
-Mr. Ross Brown., who has
een with Swift & oompany in
ensacola, Fla., left Monday for
&obile, where he has accepted a
ore responsible position with
e same company. The Nevs
4d .rald, as it goes to him
row, wes4 to week, will carry
im the baek yishes Qf many
dends at ho .19y sg.uccess.
--The members of th getioh
iist Sunday sahool had a ret
reat Sunday afternoon in severa4l
ecitations by the Till ciildreu.
heo are wonderful little enter
ainers for their age and both
iive promisa of rare accomplish
jents in elori-tion. Mrs. Till
Ad n children left yeeterdlay ac
oompanied by Mr. LeRoy flabeL
iccht, for their home ii Jackson
Daughters of the Contederacy.
There will be a .meeting to
oplete the formation of the
ohn Bratton Chapter of the
)aghters of Confederacy at Mrs.
Erig's this (WVednesday) after
oon at 5.30 o'clock.
This will be a very important
aeting and all cf the ladies who
avoned, and thosa who wish
> join, are requested to be pr'es
The first bale of cotton sold in
aiirfeld county was raised by
eff Robertson near Ridgeway
ud was boght Aug, '16 by Mr.
P. Wray for ten cents per
uu, the sample being very
iit had been picked while
This was unusually early
mrketing abale of cotton in
mar cil ty, The ftrst bales pyit
thecoat ket in Winsboro did
i~ get in t. g. 2. teart of
see by Mr etion. They were
i HoHreb s' Millett for 9 1-2
d to r. E. While the crop
its peit pr pound. ti erta
saidsidtt be later yre thlyan
ttyyetthere we 'hol cou-uty
les ginned in the' 'a 1 ~n
ring last August. It1
rd tosa yet what tl. e crop is,
t the general impress~ .O seemso
be th t it is not,near -( go
itt promsed a few days ago,
No Trouble to See it.
There is one advertisement iin
isisiissuethat there will be 1.'O
>ubble about aniy one seeing li
e hahalfpage advertisement ofi
B.B.Caahcart. This use of lat -
r spsaaeon the part of Mr.
stacartt sows hkis confidence in
.e Newssand Herald as an ad
~rtistng medium. A little more
anntwooyears ago he was in
teied to use a small space for n.
aiodclioofthree monti's so as to
ie whether dvertiilvg did real
Thhe adertisement was set in
ododsstyleand frequently. chang
At Atte end of that 'timne the
ce asc sntinued and there
ss not been an issue of the News
dd Herad since in which Mr.
ttcart's ad vert!sement hats not
sisiisoonlyanother most forcible
emonstration that it pays to ad
rtiseinte inthews and Herald;
~ie bigger, the bet ter. Try it.
AARAINS IN TINW ARE
OneneGGllon coffee pots at 1E
cees;nts -preserve kettle witL
twoo handles attached, only 1
cents: S-qt rnsig 'anls, only .ii
cents; Ro astr~s and other iml
waare at prices that are sure a
su-ittyou. . ILA. B3uchanani.
prntr ani, .
tcruns in e 'lor,
3ight goods, wo -
:erus-alI ye ry
Mer necessiti. 3S Se
Ittern, Gaze ln
-best makes, larf-gj
Sandals and Southiern 'Tes
:t shapes. Prices low a Jd qua.
hito and Colored Shirt s. Price
he hot weather proble:m to you,
eed and in the low pr-ces you Pay.
ME TO SEE-..
1 Dry Goods Cor.m
I have started a saw mill at my farm and can
supply your wants with FIRST CLASS
LUMBER at reduced prices,
from unbled long=leaf pine to arrive in a
Let me serve you in this line.
M. W. DOTY.
S Stylish Walking Skirts, tailor-mnade of all-wool cloth
of best weave, $2.95, $4,S5, .8.5 and SS.85.
SSilk Shirtwaist Suits, made of best Taffeta; sacrifice
A few very choice Dress Suits of handsome silk richly
trimmed, worth $18 and $25; price $12.00 to $17.00.
Handsome Lawn Shirtwaists; special qualities in
embroiderv and lace trimmed waist. Ptice 50c., 75c.,
81,00, 81.?i3, $1.50 and $1.75.
Sacrifice Sale of All-Over Lace Waists, $10.00; spe
cial price $7.00. *
1) Infants' Lawn and Lace Caps.
( Spez lal prices 10c., 25c., 35c., 50c., 75c., $1.00, to $2.50.
tyshLadies' Duck Hats.
pViery~ stylis shapes all fresh goods; Special Sale
fC hildren's Duck Hats, sailor styles, 25c.,39c., 50c., 89c.
~'ORDER BY MAL.-We prepay mail, freight or express on all
pulrs ,of $5 or over within G00 miles of Columbia.
THE JAMES L. TAPP CO.
Columbia, S. C.
YOUR DRINKING WATER
IS OF TITAL IPOR~TANCE TO YOU. TO GET THE
best water you have to go down in the ground for it. We
are making a specialty of
Drilling Deep Wells
that do not go dry and afford a constant flow of water un
coutaminated by ~surface drainings. Try one of these deep
wells. We can drill it for you at reasonable cost. We can
drill right through the hardest rock with our new well
machine. If vour water supply is not satisfactory, let us
know' about it and we will make it all right for you..
Corresponldence invited. We succeed where others fail.
R. T. Matthews & Son.
ob - PrnigAT THE NEWS AND
HERALD Office. Good
Material, Reasonable Prices, Quick Delivery.
it willi help you to kel
a supply of Light )
in all sorts of
Cal1 speC(ia:l atteltiol to
Styles. Also bi'eLutifit pa
To go with these light w
Embroiderics in match pat
Fine stock of other Suni
stitch Hosiery, in pretty p:
Corsets in the newN shapes
Prtty styles in Oxfords,
We ht ve them in the corre,
4) Splendid line of fancy T
We can help you solve t
quaity of the goods you n
Mass Meeting Called:
The call for a mass meeting
of the citizens of Fairfield coun
tv, made last week, has been re
1sed as follows to make the ob
ject of tl0 neeting more explicit;
A mass meeting of the oitigens
of Fairfield county, oppsed tco
the dispensary system of con
rolling the whiskey traffic, is
hereby called to meet at the
court house in Winnsboro Satur
ay. August 26, at 11 o' clock
Ior ts purpob of cfonsiderIng
te adgisability of taking ;ha
necessary vrps for voting the
dimersary o0t of the county.
* T. I. El. I t,
:f. E. McDogald.
W. '. Babb.
J. P. Caldwell.
T. H. Ketchin.
W. C. Beaty.
C. P. Wray.
J. Frank Fooshe.
T. L. Johnston.
W. B. Hogan.
W. J. Ta.ruer.
For Over 5ixty Years
Mis. W1.xstow's SooTHING Sx'RUP
has been used for over 60 years by mil
lions of mthers for their children
while teething, with perfect srecesss
It soothes the child, softens the gumis
allays all pain; cures wind colic, and is
!he best remeIdy for Diarrhoa. It will
ately. Sold by druggists in overy piart.1
of the world. Twenty-five cents a
bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take
no other kind.
WANTD.-A good man to take
charge of small saw mill. Ad
.dress, C. H. Douglass, Doug
lass, S. C. , it
FORQ. RENT-The Institute Place,
3 nmiles sothtwest of Winns
boro. A. good four-horse farm.
Apply to W. P. Castles, Winns
boro,~S. C., R. F. D. No. 1. 2t
LOST OR STOLEN-One large
whie and black hound dog,
with very small warts on left
side of b5ack. Lost August 6,
near Winnsboro or White Oak.
Suitable reward. Notify J. C.
Shainon, Blaekstock, S. C.
All pain in any disease is
nerve pain, the result of atur
bulent condition of the nerves.
1The stabbing, lacerating,
darting, burning, agonizing
pain that comes from the prom
inent inerve branches, or sen
sory nerves, is neuralgia, and
is the "big brother" of all the
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Til
rarely evcr fail to rdcec these
pains by sou1~thincre larger
nerves. an~d restoring their
Dr. Miles' Aati-Pain Pills
leave no bad after-'cts, and
are a relibl remedy for every
kind of pain, such as headache,
backache, stomachacne, sciat
ica rheumatism and neuralgia.
*Thy also relicve Dizziness,
CarSicknss, and Distress af