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PUBErISH ED WEEKLY. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1905.ESALHD184
Where all goods are sold at th1e Very Lowest P
Bargains to be found here. Come and see for :
and bring it with you every time you come, an
36-inch Guarantecd Taffeta Silk (black), our p)ice -1.00
38-inch broadcloth in most stYlish shaCos, Noith 81.25,
our price 90c. per yard.
38-inch Cashmeres, worth 65e., our picee 5c. per yard.
38-inch Brilliantine (white, blue, gieen, black and figured),
worth 60c., our price 50e. per yard.
34-inch Chambrays, woith Me , our piceg., per yard.
32-ineb iughars, worth fC.., our price 0c. p yard.
Laces, worth Ge. to 15C., our price 5e. per yard.
Camlet Velours in Japanese patterns, worth 14c., our price
12c. uer yard.
Best graded Outing, worth 10c. to 12c., our price 9c. and
10c. per yard.
Calicoes, White amd Colored Homespuns, Table Cloths,
Ticking, etc., at btrgain prices.
Remember, you save money by trading h
are right. Highest Mr.rket Price paid for Cott<
Editorial Notes. i('1li it vi S our ve-r
pleaIsuie to spei.d a few i
The late hour, at which we re- his most interesting bor
ceived the presentment of the J1oe is reporte1 to be o
grand jury last week,necessitated very best farmers in the
our leaving out some items that couuty and there are mani
would otherwise have found a to Ldicate nat tlhis ac
place !n that issue. I'he week is not without oundatic
previous we had taken a sho is just now giving some at
trip out in the Longtown section to the raising of colts,
and had intendt d making some t w verv fne ones. He
notes in connection therewith. very man to take hold of
- r dustry in that section
The crops the first few miles r
out from Ridgeway are considera- shw the farmers of lowe
oly above the average. This is a fielo. tt;at tliy can rais
1 hor-es ana m~ules cheap,
good farming section aud seems .,
0 ihten they can buyv thema f.
to have been well iavoreal this: te c b h '
West r.jons co.t
season. Mr. C. I W 11 j ives W
field-of cotton a few malus out of 711'tel . , i. r
town that is es-ci ', arnd gave us a tip before
especiaIIv goo and
. -e , tan-t puts him) ];4h upj
is a fine object lesson to r-ll the . 't p hjm r.P'h an
farmers that travel that road. Of 1 , . t
course there are a pieitv of them b CVl' t; t
In- I I utl sernd v to Mr.
who are never iuhuenced b7 -
such examples, for thev are -Lyles of Louis:nL whos
sCIption is r,,w, pa id n,
always ready to tell Vou that the . t Jaury. 1908
whole crop was bought befo:e it fr
was planted. They are tine ou 0" courie we i 1ot
counting the expemes of ti .1 m'_ o -C)-. L' Jo-_
other feiiow's crop) without anyo tppn nfo e
regard to what the income is,~ e u remdMs
Swhile with their own erops they c~,wo twlb
count just the other way. Themre vlamstgir'ugl
are, howevec indications that thexans~r iba al
farmers as a~ genera! rule are do- e'\hi h sno
ing a little more figuriug. Theirforceie ser
more they do, the more they will a~c1WU ;u sa
come to the conclusion that it istrsiginhrrean
the profits that count and that tihe J~ ay'er h
chances for the bargest profits are Mniel i e u
in favor of a systemn, where thce e Xu e.Sh cs
is thorough preparation and -wgitOciwh
sy stetuatie cultivation.pelead t soc
There is now in course of ~' Shcutj
construction at Lougtown a ceu- H enraluiltr
tral school building for that i.maefinran i
district. It will be q uite an up- b v NwYok
to-date buildwig au-l will be Qnoretr ti
ready for use jn a fw dals aOu \V vaerdn
Thie public fuuds were' not guite ~ tatrp
sutgicient for min~g the i Lir1L.,goni ~I( w i
as complete as the indieso tatj3p, , ei co,
coununity thought it Jh->uld~'~ the, (~'lI k o
so heyhav g le o oa cours we di mnot '
wih t etimnouo t dopn it fo e
of etert~nmnts. LScott~, wh it wil e we
should hav~m-ie a most lurl pnt genrou if
ea'ern~ t ~rvid a )JA4. oear. Whi sher i now
buidin senato iav :'~r~iO 41 he Aou nere she iser
turein in. i~.. ',ns ~ terest'-iPgl in he~ rmiunj'
tha int 1 ~ I oI~tO\ For~ um1 yer sh ai
schol bi~o~u.Unr r honor1 her She koep yi
in thos d~k~ bi~1 1:e (ing in Stror with .11
peoe anwhew gso '
the ~ui~u~ .> 7J ~\ u lme das.hc Ele cui bin
Lon 4Lo.~write herU: nd lwtter
Canaoan, s 1 .. '~ ~hed u. e weure ridip
~nL ~ 11' \ daton andr jt afoe so.
~Te hrsding, vdeawere accoste
and soy that have gen to wok dHeah mn?
wilthe workethiiation to ha it
ising us t adthink fod by eaus
schooland thae ndcatonsare:1
th fursitur isfneo e build-.4
Jeynoor plc to eaetur i 4 i ' -.
ture i such shapeFas on t ud
IREAT BARGAIN STO
rices and Attractive Premiums are given with ,
yourself, and you will find everything just as re
id have it punched and you will soon have one'
Made to Order and Ready-Made
7-Gored Skirts, trimmed, 4 yards wide at bottom, $1.50 to
7-Gored Skirts, tucked and pleated, 5 yards wide at bot
tom, $2.25 to $5.00 each.
Gingh am Shirtwaist Suits, made stylish, 81.00 to $1.25 each.
Chambray Waists, trimmed and tucked, 40c. to 50c. each.
Wbile Lawn Waists, trimmed and tucked, 40c. to 75c. each.
LCderwear of all kinds at special prices.
Men's Pants 90c. to $4.00.
Men's Suits $4.00 to $15.00.
Suits made to order $13.50 to $40.00.
Dress Mqking a Specialty under charge of Miss Mayme
Haynes. Work done promptly. Fit and Satisfaction Guar
anteed, or no charge. Special rates where we furnish
ere. Before you buy anything in my line, call ]
n Seed and weights guaranteed. You will alw
v ire Hop appening. S. McCormick, ha
ours in Mr. R. B. Lew:
e. Mr. This section of the county is house enlarged,
e of the rernaikably cry. Late corn, peas, provements made
whole and gardens are cut short. No Mr W. C. Bro'
tiings grain sown. Cotton on the red was consumed b
usati'n lands is fine and the fields are since, has moved
m. He white. Pickers are scarce. on the graded sol
ten tion Miss Ruby Ragsdale of Blairs Mr. D. W. Tid
having was the guest of Mrs. D. M. Mil- new roof put on ]
is the ling last week, where she was Mr. G. B. Pa
this in- visiting her room-mate at Win- visited the famil;
and to throp College, Miss Eleanor Mr. Austin Peay,
r Fair- DesPortes, who is teaching the The Fairfield a
their Hop school. In the short time with the Riddewa
a here she has been teaching she has next week. A p
ror- the endeared herself to her patrons anticipated.
a Mr.. and won the love and esteem of Sept. 3U,490.
it 1 i her iole se booi wh ich will soon
e hdt number about thirty. Attacked I
03u the Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Turner and beaten, in a
1 ier- have returned home from a visit covered with so
putting to York county, Mrs. Turner's street car con
Thos. formaer home. Bucklen's Arnica
e sub- Mr. and Mrs. Hunter of Colum- soon sound and
>t t bia are making their home for in mvfamily,"wri
the present at her father's, Mr. of Tekonsha, Mi
W. U Eses.perfec.t." Simpl)
1s the Miss Clara Estes has gone to a rs. Onli
-,I - re C1L .__ and burris. Onlv
s ihClifford Seminary at Union. .ter Co.'s, Obear]
nmutes Our Pastor, Rev. Millard, is John H. McMast
F. P. p)reachmng a series of sermons on stores.
ecalld baptism, which are very interest- ..
t to the ing, Portrait of Genera
in the For fear you may be short of -
bey~ond ink, your scribe will desist as he The fact that t
briht wxauts voa to tell us what to plant transpires in Ai
>st in wher2 it rains. M. jthat no accurati
-cnc. -- -- ---- Iportrait of her gr,
itatAre You Engaged? fully preserved h
la stil E ngaged people should remem- ber of the devott
uni by uer, 'that, ~after marriage, many General Robert
oungetr quarrels can be avoided, by keep- terest themselves
eof in:g their digestiouis in good con- fect picture of the
ues to dition with Electric Bitters. S.Ai to be made and t
t) thle Brown. f D3ennettsville, S. C., for all futu.re hist
ater, at says: "For years my wife suffered This work, aft
intensely from dys pepsia, com.. forty years, is no
pl'eJ ica~ted with a torpid liver, uutil the John A. Lov~
e er se lost her strength and vigor, Company, of Bc
quelyad becamue a mere wreck of her using for this pua
rmner self. 'ihen st e tried Elec- photopraph ma
d werei tice Bittt-rs, which helped her at Lee's residence
d t oc, and finally made her en- few days after
Sreiv well. She is now strong which picture he
ad 'healthv." McMaster Co., considered by the
1.C Obeair Urug C.and John H. friends as the mo
are to Mcaster & Co., druggists, sell ness ever taken
and gantee them, at 50c a at that period.
-t ottde. The work, whe
ome o ~ - be of the highea
:0 M.l Lungtown Locals. engrevng, so thai
snh- Farmers ere getting along nice- Washington Post
uiMhty t w ih their farm work. Most-- -
Shail- of the entin will be harvested Doctors could
rd ub e coIld weather comes. Crops, "I had kidney t:
D, '\5 generally spewaking, are not as wVrites Mrs. Rtaymuor
.: u 'tv toni, Wash., 'and
um (1ood as thi y were last year. Some not help me. I trie
nthE fairrers, howcver,- have excellent Cure, and the very f
paper crops. relief and I am now
""S 2 Mr. David Weir has the best sito uledlforFa
i nwcorn crop we hnte seen this year. It trk hey w ieial
eds n r T. Wilds of Columbia the blood. Sold by
e take spn sev-ral days in this section
k ang 4- etr A very small b<
e d 1" M lrs.~ Ch.ieles Frampton of lead a big St. B
.A(' I'Chresou lms re-turned home road. "Whatt ar<
P14) aft a very pleasant visit to the do with the dcge
rietly ~nuiy l e er father, Mr. ingy ~~ired a pas~s
P1("12.'> Mellihmup. gong to see a
Xnly Mss Liz:.ie T-illmno of Lancas- wants to go first,
ter was th~e guest of Miss Sallie less reply.
ee . Harri:son for several days ARnic~~
hp- Mss E'stedle 11anison hias re- i ' fhi Chiamberb:
urued from Nuorthi Carolina, Lie alesmr
w here sua~ has been for somne time trouleI," says J I
F doing stenogr; phic work. Mo. For any duisor'
say "' r s.Cury ofFloid a wh duiousiiess or constA
a 24. s. .Jr of .1 --UO .h let are~ wiahout a
RE' FOR CASH PURCH.
%Il Cash Purchases amounting to TEN DOLLAI
presented. Don't fail to see the Attractive Pre
)f these Premiums in addition to the money sa
Men's Fine Shoes $1.75 to $5.00. The $2.00 kind at $1.75; 1
the $2.50 kind at $2.00, etc.
Men's Work and MV edium Weight Shoes 90c. to $1.50.
Ladies' Fine Shoes $1.25 to $3.50.
Ladies' Radcliffe Shoes, worth $3.00, at $2.50.
Ladies' Heavy Shoes $1.00 to $1.50.
Men's Hats 75c. to $2.00.
Men's Dress Shirts 40c. to $1.00.
Men's Work Shirts 25c. to 50c.
Men's and Ladies' Heavy Fleeced Underwear 40c. to 50c.
Men's and Ladies' Heavy Fleeced Health Underwear $I.00
[ere first. You will not only find it, but at the
ays find a hearty welcome here. Make your er
)N'S at Ridgewa
s returned home. South Carolina Day.
s is having his ---
ands oher i The question was recently'
and other im raised here by a gentleman who
vn, whose house is deeply interested in educational
vn firese timse affairs as to what South Carolina
. into the house day is and as to what that day
ool lot. ' commemorates. An idea was
well has had a entertained that the day referred
is house. h to was merely the day celebrated
ay of Camden by the State of South Carolina
y of his father, at the recent Charleston exposi
recently. metion. It has been investigated
ssociation and the following excerpt from
yBaptist church a letter from Mr. A. S. Salley,
leasant$ time is ecretary of the State Historical
E. H. D. Commission, courteously explains
the matter and solves *the ques
>y a Mob "June 28th is South Carolina
labor riot, until Day. That is the anniversary of
sa Chicaro the day when Carolinians i a
res, aC g little unfinished and unnamed
ductor applied fort on the Western end of
Salve, and was Sullivan's Island shivered the
tes . J. Wel timbers, silenced the guns and
eh. "and find it sent to Davy Jones' locker the
c great for cuts officers and men of a powerful
25 at McMas- British fleet. The only case of
)rug Co.'s and the kind occurrig during the a
er & Co.'s drug revolution and- one of the only
instances of the kind on record.
.- On the same day a force of aboutA
I Robert E. Lee. six hundred baok-countrymen
- and Indians defeated and drove
>o frequently it back from the eastern end of the --
aeri can history same island British force of two
and authentic thousand regulars under Sir
~at men is faith- Henry Clinton. They fought be- LJU
~s caused a nurn- hind a little field work and had
d admirers of but two small field pieces, carry- ANl
E. Lee to in- ing grape and cannister, and the
to cause a per- handy rifie of the day. The day FIN~
great General was made a holiday soon after,
o be preserved but it is never celebrated now'YO
ory. outside of Charleston. An effort
er a'-lapse of is now being made to wipe it all
w under way by out of existence and make'.
'eli Bank Note Calhoun's birthday Carolina day.
ston, who are To do such a thing will be to:
pose the exact destroy history rather than make
de at General it. If Calhoun's birthday is set
n Richmond~ a aside as a day for special exei-'
the surrender, cises in -the public schools, it
.s always been will probably remain so for all
Lee family and time if celebrated as Calhoun'sA
st perfect like- birthday, but if the fanciful name
of the General 'Carolina Day' is given to it the
observance of the day will soon
n finished, will fall into innocuous desuetuide
.t art of steel just as the first and appropriate
it will thus be 'Carolina Day' has done."
future time.- Thus is answered a question
17t '. propounded on the county teach
-Sp -ier r's examuination~ which could not
~ot Help er beanswered. Itis tobe doubted
-ouble for years," if there are nurw in this section
d Cer of >rhel- wh know what the day is andi
d Foley's Kidney what it commemorates.
rst dose gave rac - - .---- [
-ued r.ei;o Letter to R, Y. Turner.O
ed kidneys sounld }Fg-'hro s.~.
e the poisons from
MIcMaster Co. Dear Sir: Why~ don't we make In Winn
paint, as many bothers do, to go1 LT
>y was trying to threenarters as far, or two
ernard up the igirds, or half, or a third; or a $.i-~5O
>youi going to Iquarter? Othe
my lite man? IMr. Aaron Higgins, Plaimield, Iterest yoi
er-whereI'N he ., always used 15 gallons of
wasre-hebreath- paint for his, house; Devoe took 11. IBIG
wasthebreth- There are two sorts of paint:
all paint, true paint, strong paint, A F
houtalegfull-mieasure; and part paint, false
LII'L'a ttweak pamti short-measure..
in'sietomah an lhe paint-manufacturers are Iwi
eed trtha nI' two sorts: Devoe and the rest. Iand prov
.MKote, of Edna, I Yours traly
Lr of the stonmach, 68 F W DEVoE & Co
F~iol trs T P. S. John H McMaster & Co
ZS. The prices on the Goods below tell the
miums we are offering. Get a Premium Card
ved by buying here, where your money goes
Full line of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES always
in stock. Extra full and fine supply of
CANNED GOODS. CAKES and CRACKERS.
BEST CREAM CHEESE.
Special Bargains in CROCKERY, TINWARE, GLASS
WARE and HARDWARE.
Too many Bargains here to attempt to name them all.
Be sure to see these lines.
lowest prices. I sell for CASH and my prices
igagements to meet your friends at
PLEASE BEAR IN MIND THAT I
:an save you the worry occasioned
hrough the ordering of your
HEAVY GROCERIES and
(ou can get anything you want in
.his.line right here at your door any
lay in the week. Prices guaranteed
o be as low as you can get elsewh'ere.
lust let me quote you prices and you
vill see that this is so.
I shall be pleased to serve you and
ill orders will be given the best atten
Many thanks for past patronage.
L. A. Rosborough.
RIlTU COURT WEEK
) AT ALL OTHER TIMES YOU WILL
D THIS THE BEST PLACE TO HAVE
JR STOCKDE. . . . . .. .
BIG SHIPMENT OF
)CK HILL BUGGIES
LITTLE HIGHER IN PRICE, BUT
venty Milch Cows wanted
sboro than my Leader-A SWELL SUIT OF
ES, EASILY WORTH $15.00, FOR ONLY
Be sure to see -this great money-saver.
~r CLOTHING BARGAINS that will greatly in
2. Just come and see for yourself.
BARGAIN IN BOYS' SUITS.
ull Assortment of SHOES at close prices.
I not be undersold. I will save you money. Come
e that this is so.
W. A. HOOD.
&.ROCERY BA RGAITNS HRE TOO.