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We Want Every One
OUR New Cream ..'ieese, which has just
eome in, and is as fine as can be. x
OUR three popular brands of Coffee
Barrington Hall's, White House and Fa
vorite. No better to be had; the very best
OUR Cakes and Crackers. Big shipment
just in. Finest variety and quality.
OUR New Mackerel. Just superb.
OUR Shredded Wheat Biscuit. Fresh
and fine. S I
Breakfast Foods, Finest Flour, Hams,
Pickles and Sauces always in stock.
All Vegetables ahd Fruits kept in sea=
J. D. McCarley & Co.
Never go away from this store without a
feeling of genuine satisfaction, for they
always find what they come for. This sea
son will be no exception--in fact our larger
stock will make it easier for them to be fully
The men will be sure to be pleased with
our showings in our
SUITS AND PANTS,
as our stock of these is the largest we have
ever carried. Big pleasure here too for the
boys as we are showing a most attractive
SHOES for the Men, for the Ladies, for the
Boys, for the Girls. SHOES FOR ALL.
TRUNKS and SUIT CASES for those who
are going off and for the stay-at-hornes too.
Big assortment of DRY GOODS, DRESS
GOODS, NOTIONS, Etc. Special Bargains
inJEMBROIDERIES and LACES.
LL AN D EC K ER. Di
NEW ARRIVALS DAILY.
Our buyers are back from the Northern mar
kets and new goods have been coming in daily
* till now our stock is very full.
In DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS and NO
TIONS we are showing a beautiful assortment.
Be sure to see these goods.
Our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT is still up
to its former high standard. Our Ready
Trimmed Hats give genuine satisfaction.
Our FURNITURE DEPARTMENT has many
attractive bargains in it that will make your
visit a pleasure. Come and take a look at it.
YOUR DRINKING WATER
IS OF VITAL DIPORTANCE 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 dIry an~d afford a corist-nt flow of water un
contaminated by surface drainiing<. Try one of these deep
wells. We esnY drill it for you at reasonable cost. We catn
drill right through the hardest rock with oir new wvell
machine. If your w iter sapply is niot satisfatotry, Je~t us
know about it anid we will make it all right for you.
Correspondence invited. We succeed where othms~ fail.
*R.T. Matthews & Son.
Big Lot of Buggies and
Wagons NOW in Stock.
Can save you Three to Five Dollars on your
Buggy or Wagon and give you just as good a
vehicle as you get elsewhere for more money.
Biggest stock of
carried in Winnsboro to be found here. Clos
est prices on these goodb. Be sure to call
here before buying.
Save money on your
Bagging and Ties
by buying here. Big lot of second-hand.
goods at special close prices.
PUIJISHRI l) W1ICEIiKLY,
WINNSBORO PRINTING CO.
J.FR:NK FOOSHE, - - - EDITOr ,
TERMS. IN ADVANCE:
Six Months....................... .. .
WIN N0R C- S. C.
Wednesday, Sept. 20, I95.
If Tillman weroe to i ter the
field for governor now, he wouhil
find that he is a long sight more
anxious for the job than the peo
ple would be to gve it to him.
Dipenser Seruiggs of Green
vill has read th hand vriting on
the wall and resigned his posi
tion to take effect at once. He
is already in search of another
job. A bird in the band may he
worth two in the bush, but it is
sometimes better to let the one
in the hand loose in order to
catch another that is in the bush.
There can be no question about
it thalt the strongyest support of
the dizpensarv is on.account of
its revenue-getting feature and a
that the principal reason wh a
great inny will take no stock in
voting it out is because of the
fear that it will mean an increase
in taxes. They are not blind to
the corruption of the system as
administered nor to its corrupt
inag influences upon the body poli
tic;, the one thing with them is
that it possibly relieves. them a
little in the matter of direct taxes
and for that reason-and for that
reason solely-they are willinuz
to continue the iniquitous system
without regard to its conse
(qu1eces. This is mmmO ser
vico run wild.
The buiness like methods that
prevailed in the farmers' meeting
Monday shows how much in
earnest the farmors of this county
are in their determination to
secure a more effective organi
zation and in the protecting their
inteiests thiough the increasing
of their warehouse facilitie-.
There can be no doubt about it.
that this movement is going to
be pushed forward to success.
The business men, who are in
charge of it, are not going to
lose any opportunity to make
it go. If there is anybody that
douts that the farmers mean
business in looking after their1
interests themselves, let them
watch this movement. The ware
house will be built.
The improving of his lands is
a most vital problem with every
farmer. The indirect profit3 that'
come from this source often
count for more than the direct
profits from crops grown. Lands
that have been eultivated from
year to year need to be reste.d by
sowing them in ,:rain this fall and
following with peas next summer.
This is the season for the sowing
of grain -oats, barley, rye and
clover. If this important work
is neglected now, the probabilities
are that it will not be attended to
later. T be wise farmer will not
fail to b)egin now to make prepara
tion fo~r a larger feed crop next
year. Tho raising of his home1
supplies is the first essential to
success to the farmer.
There are now more than four
hundred signatures to the peti
tion for an election on the propo
sition of voting the dispensary
out of Fairfield county. There
can hardly be any question about
thE- fact that this represents morp
thn~ one-fourt hi of the voters of1
the county. Thiere aire, howvever,
s, good many peolIe who Ihave not
-i;.ned that will do so. T~he.yar
tir:.ed to att erd to this m;,tter at
>n- e, nis it is very important to
av' th~e petitions ;as hnrg.-ly
ipn, d is possiible. ThE- enrunmit
-eEl ~ ii vy unshosu~ 'nget thronghi
vit b~ t his w' rk this week, so as5 to;,
et tin gs in shape to preseint the
'e! i'~ons tol the coun ty su pervi-s
on TInt (lo one is inlterested It
n this gzr~ t moral movement f. ii
o embrafP e ibe~ opportity' iof a
~.iving it th eir suppon t by signi ng
the pet itains.
Thue Southern farmers :lre lhe- je
ining to wako up to the facts
that their lbepe for Setimity' is,
through orwnnizat-ion. The way t
ther are rallying to thne supports
of the Sont bern Cot ton Asso'in
tion is most enehuraigin g of a b
b -tter condition of things for
them in the fnture. While a Is
giea mny think that the ex- o
ecutive committee of the As- el
sociation emred in fixing the
minionm price of cotton too
high, yet thef' are determined to
stnr.d by that action, for they C
realize that by holding their cot-m
hon with the present conditions w
they' will not likely get less than w
it the present time and they s
stand the very best chance of'L
;etting more than the mininmn
rriee before thie season is over.
P~v sticking :ogether now and
iot rushing th~eir cotton on the N
narket too fast, the commercial d
rk- will see that +1he price will '
ave to be paid. The a t on (f
i FaiI fi id farmers inl their
.4ting *NOidaLy in deterniiiiig
o take the necessary steps for
1!nCeI;ig the warehouse facili
ies of the couuty is a business
t:p in le right direction, one
hat will be carried out and will
Liean a much better condition for
he farmers of this county in
ucreasi g their- possiblities of
:oLig their cotton. The move
aepit is deserving of the moral
md fioancial support of ever%
armer in the county. Let it be
mushed through to success.
Tie report of ti!e gra ljury
>f ( )angeb urg e..uiat\, .wh)ich has
Ie following iui lonyIl to th.
vork of the sup rcisurs olice o
\e call attent ion to tie- u-ranl jur)
hat it appe:1c s in this setileieit tha
lie -ount % ,upervisor has i.-sued war
Ll'ts, which iiave been paid by ih
resuri:r mut of t he school funi to th
itionit of S:: 29 no-T here hei:n; n<
-ounty fiuds On hiail-thereby over
>aviiIg the coiutl y t hle IIaboven :UIuIt
We feecl s'tisfied that these olii.er:
Ire guilty oif no intentional wrong- hul
ire simply uisin the school fuIds th
tre lnot Iee-ded by the school Collillis
d.oner. and thereby saving to the con7.
Y the interest on this monev thal
vould necessarily have to 1e paid wer
hev to borrow it from the bunk o0
1o01i2e othueI' party. And in this ion
ieetion, we beg leave to suggest thq
lie grandl jury call the attention of ti
Ieribers of the Legislature to thi:
>rovision of the law, anid - ask tlhemi to
onsider the advisbility of eniactiing
uchi iegislation as would enable the
;chool comm issioner, together wit!
he treasurer, to loan to the county oI
tX note such funds as the school comti
nissioner may have on. hand that Il
lo(s not need. Our school would thei
ret the benefit of the amLnounit or inl
:eret so paid.
In the above report there is
muggestion that applies not onli
:o Orangeburg county, but tt
>ther c-)unties as well. Fair
ield, for instance, has to tb
redit of its public school funi
hout 88,000 fit the close of eacl
chool ye:ar. If this sum, whiel
s in the )ank to the credit of tlh
;chioo1. could be loaned to the
ounty for current expenses, ther<
vould be saved to the count3
)ach year the interest on thiz
unount. This saving could bE
ffected without one bit of loss
o the schools, as the county
voald be borrowing from thE
ichool funds instead of the ban]
ind is certialy good for its debts
[t would be fully in keeping witl
he present system of loaninc
noney from the state sinking
'and to the counties. There i:
io reason why such large sum:
>f public money should be al
owed to be idle, when they eat
e used to so good an advantagt
alsewhere without entailing ann
oss upon the funds in question
-ike Lee, Cleveland Would Not Se!
After a considerable period o:
elief that Mr Cleveland becaim
:omparatively rich as the resull
>f financial eperations in associa
ion with his friend, Mr. E. C
3eedict, the banker, a story tC
he other extreme is now going
le rounds to the effect that hi:
neomue is only $5000 a year
['he truth is that Mr. Cleveland's
neome from his investments i~
etween $8000 and $10,000, tc
hich he adds an average o
bout $3000 by writing occasiona.
ssays for publication. He mnigh
tave aegmired a larger fortune
loubtless, but for the fact thai
ie wvould never permit his bankers
o buy or sell stocks on margins
Ior. Benedict, however, makes
is few investments, and th~ey
re generally wise ones. Some
rears ago Mr. Cleveland had
5000 to spare, and Mr. Benedici
>btained from him the right
vhich lhe aivailed hiimself of, tc
ubscribe for the stock of a pro.
ected trust company. The know
edge that thie former President
ra to become one of tiwir share
tolders inspired the promoters
vith a brilliant idea. After con
altation they sought Mr. Ben
oict, aLnd throuzh him. o1Tered
dr. Cleveland the presidency~
> the company at a salary o:
;50,000) a year. It was a legiti.
ate undertaking. backed by rep.
table non-, but Mr. Cleveland
(omewhuat meluctantly d. cdined on
lit ground that lie was unainjanlt
d with th e detatds of the bu- ness,
nd that the condition of his
emlth w'onld rr~t permit of the
vere apthe. ui'i requisite to
ffective serv.ico. *\rgaj in e was
.rgdl to ae p'. , with the. as
rance that hi a dn'i- a would be
omial, hiis iww olhal connee
01n with t e --om) Li xn bing1I con1
de'ed sutlicien't Jecomipensed
>r his 1remn um-raition. Mr. Cleve
m~d repid simp ~ ly thI at that
'fiuld s 'emi tP hn itoo, miuch like
alling the u-e of bis muni, wichl,
Scourse he' con d not do. Thait
o-ed the i1riden t.--Harper's
-Mri. E I P. Moley, Jr .of
olumii , i: I d throughi this
oning o)n her w' ay to L.enoir
ho) is lriviinu. fromn a Ie-ng
>e:1 of typhoid fever.-Chester
To Cure a Cold in One Day
ke L4AXATUIVE P ROMO QUI.
[NE Tableist. Al1 dru.::rists refmnd
e ee if it fails to care.
E. W. Grove's signaqture is onl each
AN APPEAL TO FARMERS
Of rairfielJ County to Organize Local
It is the earnest purpose of the
Southern Cotton Association to
impress upon every farmer, who
raises cotton, the great truth,
that "in union there is strength."
By co-operation the farmers
can and will accomplish the. pur
ooses of the Southern Cotton
Associatiou. To secure this co
operation it is absolutely essen
tial that the farmers be organ
ized, that is, that all farmers join
the 6oatherin Cotton Association.
By joining this Association you
add your strernth, your inflauete-,
your good wiji and sympathy to
the iovemeit that is seeking to
lift up, to build up and strengthen
the financial condition of every
farinr in the South. Dv refus
;ing to join the Association, 5ou
are acting as a hindrance not only
to your neighbors and brother
farmers, but you are actually in
juring yourself financially.
Millions of farmers, acting
separately as individuals, can
accomplioh but little even when
they have the same purpose, but
when they are all united into a
strong organization then they can
speak and act with power and the
world will heed and attend to
what is said and done.
A great many say, "What is the
use of 'trying? You can do no
good." Certainly, if no good is
accomplished, there can be no
harm in making the effort. Noth
ing is accomplished without earn
- est effort, and in this day organ
ized effort is the work that tells.
Certainly, the men, whose busi
r ness is the foundation of all busi
nesses, should awake to the fact
- that it is their right and privilege
to make organized business effort
to bett.I their interests. Will
you unite iu the effort? or will
yon 6- a dron1 in the hive? As
an imhvidua, are you making
any effort to help the cause, or
are Wol sitting on top of the
wazgou and leaving the other man
to lift the wheel out of the iut?
Get down and lend a helping hand
to lift the wagon on to firm
grouni, .whera it cau:to smoothly
arld gaickly on the road of pros
Oar great war chieftain said
thte grandest word in the Eng
lish language is Duty. The
qtie:,tion for you to decide is, Are
Nou willing to do your duty,
your duty to yourself and chil
-d reen, your duty to y our neigh
bor and this great Southland?
Answer this by taking an inter
cst in this movement for better
ing the condition of the southern
f rmer. Attend your township
meeting on Monday, September
25: join the the Association. Not
Fonly attend yourself, but persuade
your neighbor to go with you.
Merchants, bankers and law
3 ers-all business and profes
sional men-are urged to join this
Associattiou and co-operate in
Fanners are nrged to go slow
in marketing cotton for the pres
ent. .J. E. McDonald,
Jr. P. Cald well,
D). L. Stev'-nson,
S. C. Cat heart,
Commiitteie atppointed by Fairfield
In the Methodis~t ritual the
wor- "obey" is replaced by
"keep" so that thec wife promises
only to "love" and honor andC
keep" the htusband. The change
is a raidical one atnd may be ac
eept-dc, poihaps, ats a rei-ognition
of the growinig independence of
Taxes will tbe due :liti p'ivale wi1th
ont penalit v frtiin Oct.t.ober 15 to Dece:n
be'r :1i. 190~>.
'lTh' I:' lekvy for S tate puIrposes it
.51 ini:4. forodnr onyI roe
4 inl * for sooltrr purosest ptirlls?
makint a ttal~ ievy of 1:.E imills on all
'Irtaa'bli'irper'ty of the enunty. In
Scoo D tri(cts Nos. 1. 8. 9, 14, 10, 17,
18, 2t.i'.'~, :, 8 1 andi 82 there is a
sp~jecttia h-v of' 2:ii s for school'b putr
pio-t". innkingj a tot'dI levy of 14' mills
in ihlo- Mtchootl dist riots andit a speciail
'iTre i:1 -t' a tax~ of~ one dollar ont
Iihoi- wvho are. di.abiled oir ma~de ext'Xt
by a1~ iw.
hi)no theo mionth oft January, 1906,
chat~'rgeud on atll unidit taxes, an~d dur
ta xis. :ti frotn alatrib 1st to 1~>thi an
add(it ionatl Iiv Vt er'I tcnt wvill be. .hargred
onii all tunpa tit axe .'~'tr
Taxe art payabt e (ewrt in thv toloie
kttidts ot fund.'l ar o other: t'an
ni ati i*C'nalI k' fo1tni xcouos.hc
knwnas"lr G r o v ndte
bonso stood tte knonest "5e"r
botsn Does othsr aebords
whichmay Esed yiathoriety of
SCHOOL SUPPLIES- School Noticeto Creditors.
books and all school snpplies
at The News and Herald office. All persons having claimus against
I the estate of the late L. Feaster, de
'e ,will present the same properly
- attested to Me: and all parties -indebted
D i a !ttto the said estate will make paymeqt
to the undersigned.
-BY- A. C. FEASTER,
"The Old Reliable, 9-15-4t Administrator.
Mutual Benefit Life In
ORGAMIZED IN 8'45.
STICTLY MUTUAL. NOSTOCK
INSUltNM, Vi'RNISH1EID AT
Mail this calrd filled in and full in
fornition will besubruittsd
I was born on1 the ..dNy of.. .D....SS" COTTON .I..
Name.................................. SIMPLEST, STROUEST, ST
Address........ ..... ... .......... ............ T rHE MURRA GININ TRUM
Quot e rn te;. on 5 .......... .... ... .. insurance. i GIs MAC NER C O C*.
W. D. DAVIS, collumAbina, S. Co.
9-20-'iYn Long Runi, z. C.
The CHASE CITY and HACKNEY BUGGIES are
genuine value and give the best satisfaction.
The OWFNSBORO WAGON has no superior..
JOHNSON'S MOWVERS are the best. Not in a trust.
K. R. McMASTER.
Barbed Wire and
Wire Nails. ....
We are in a position to save
you money on
Wire and Nails
having just received a shipment
in car quantity. We also handle
and will be glad to figure with
you on what you want.
W. C. BEATY CO.
K Big Specialty
WITH US IS TO KEEP OUR STOCK OF
right up-to-date all the while and to sell at the closest
possible prices. Just at this time we call your special
attention to a big line of
that have just come in. Some beauties among these at
prices that will make it interesting for you to see them.
Big shipment of
Pictures and Picture Moulding
to arrive this week. This is the place to get your new
pictures an'd to have your others framed.
Special attention calied to our COOKING STOVES.
Full assortment at right prices.
UNDERTACING A SPECIALTY.
R. W. PH IL L IPS .
Tasteless Chili Tonic
Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Miflom
tmnerit appeal to you? No Cure, No Pay. 50c.
ide Is a Ten Cenzt, package of Grove's Black Koot, ivr Pills