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A, IM. ' Cheap in Price, Cleans
more material at less
money than any other
cleaner or polish on the market.
Makes Hard Water Soft
THE CHILDREN LIKE TO CLEAN SILVER
WARE WITH "SEABRIGHT."
No Lye, Acid or Grit. Cleans and Polishes
all Metals and Glass. Does not Injure the
Hands. Makes Everything Look Like New.
FOR SALE BY
Jno. H. McMaster & Co.,
Phone 39. DRUGGISTS.
HAFNER BROS#, C I ster S. L
300 FINE SUITS OF
November 8th. Bough at a GREAT SACRIFICE.
They will give to their customers the advantage
of their bargains. As long as they last they will
be sold at the following prices:
$18.50 Suits for $12.50
?16.50 Suits for $9.75
$13.50 Suits for $8.25
$-.00 Suits for $5.75
ilafler Bros,, Chester, S. Co.,
* AT ONCE.
--We desire to call the I
II attention of the house- ~ft
keepers to our stock of
~ I We are carrying more
and a larger variety in
this line than ever be=
fore, and will be glad to0
have the ladies call and
supply their wants, or
send their orders, which
TT~ will have our best and
prompt attention; or if
you can't come arid
I~ 1 haven't time to wrIte
an order, just phone to.
Campbell Wylie and he
will do the rest. -es
Try a5=lb. can of our I
Roasted Coffee for $1.Q0
and be convinced of its
Remember we deliver
goods to town custom
W. C. Beaty Co.
The Sdme Old Story.
It's the same old story==the best plIace in Fairfield
County to buy your FURNITURE is at
R. W. PHILLIPS'.
The stock is always full in every department and
prices are sure to be the very lowest. If you haven't
been in yet to see this season's offerings, be sure to
D oOr U I1TES at various prices. Can suit
you in grade and price.
IRON BEDS== Large stock on hand arid at close
pCOOK STOVES are a specialty with us. No bet=
ter place to get just what you want at the right price
PICTURES! PICTURES !=-A large assortment
some of them beauties. All at inviting prices. B<
sure to see them.
A full supply of CASKETS and COFFINS. Al
order promptly attended to.
I LOCAL J.NTELLIGENCI
Wednesday, Nov. 15, 190.5.
-Mr. Chas. T. Bolick has been
on a short visit to Savannah.
-Miss Lizzie Smith of Long
town is visiting relatives in town.
-Mr. K. R. McMaster has re
turned from a stay of several days
--Miss Annie Thomas of Bates
burg spent several days at Dr.
Quattlebaum's the past week.
--What has become of the
ordinance against selling fish on
the streets? Surely it can't be
that it has been revoked.
WbFresh Candies-W. C.
Boyd has received another ship
ment of Block's chocolates. The
best for the money.
-Mrs. J. F. Livingston and
Miss Josie Withers of Columbia
were the guests of Mrs. M. W.
Doty the past week.
-Too many changes in the
advertisements this week to call
attention t6 each separately. So
just read them all.
-Miss Mamie Jordan after a
stay of several weeks with friends
at Newberry and Prosperity has
-Miss -M. Gwaltney leaves to.
day for her home at Hickory
after a visit of several weeks to
her brother at Mrs. Creight's.
-Mr. H. Langley moved yes
terday into the cottage on Sion
street next to Mr. W. A. Hood's
-Mrs. H. C. Elliott and two
boys of Williamston are on a
visit to Mrs. M. A. Elliott.
-The many friends of Mr.
J. L. Richmond are pleased to
see that he is out again after be
ing confined to his home for two
weeks with an attack of rheu
-Mrs. S. 10. Brockington has
returned from an extended visit
to her sister, Mrs. Cunningham,
-Miss Carrie Elliott left Mon
day for Blacksburg, where she
has accepted a position to teach.
-You will miss a whole lot if
you fail to read the advertis
ments in the News and Herald.
They are certainly worth your
-Mrs. Lou P. McMaster leaves
to-day for a -visit to relatives in
-Mr. J. Q. Davis, Jr., from
Columbia spent Sunday in town
with his parents.
--Mrs. Dora Rabb and her
daughter, Miss Theo, spent Thurs
day in Columbia.
--Mrs. D. V. Walker and Miss
Rebecca Buchanan were in Co
lumbia for a few days last week.
-Mr. C. F. Davis has accepted
a position with the Winnsboro
Granite Co. His friends are
glad to have him back in the
-Miss Sallie M. A. Black of
Columbia spent several days in
town the past week with relatives.
A few copies of her St. Louis
poem have been left at the News
and Herald office for sale. The
price has been reduced from 50
to 25 cents.
-The figures for the cotton
ginning report, which is now be
ing taken by the special agents
throughout the counties in all
the cotton growining states, will
be given to the conmmercial world
next Monday at 2 p. m.
--Messrs Jno. D. McCarley
A. E. Davis and U. G. DesPortes
will leave next Monday for a few
days trip to Oklahoma. Mr.
Jno. H. McMaster, who has a
ticket for this trip, finds that he
can not go. 'He will sell at -a
very low p'rice.
-Winnsboro is still holding
its own as a cotton market. The
very highest prices for cotton are
paid here all the while. There
has been no better cotton market
in this whole section this season
than Winnsboro and the people
throughout the county are find
ing th'at they cannot do better
than to sell their cotton here.
-Revr. 3. B. Campbell has re
turned fraom Greenville, where he
and Mrs. Campbell were called
on account of the critical illness
of their son-in--law, Mr. Hill, who
died on the night of the 6th.
The decased was survived by his
wife and one dagghter, who is
now a studient in the Greenville
--Mrs. J. G. Mc~ants and
daughter, Miss Marie, went to
Yorkville last week to attend the~
funeral of the former's sister,
Mrs. Janie Wardlaw Moorman,
who died at the home of her
brother-in-law, Mr. Withers Adi
kes, Wednesday after a long ill
ness with typhoid fever.
-Rev. L. C. Hinton, one of the
oldest and most widely known
Baptist divines in the State,
died at Chester Saturday morn*
Sing. He was in his 79th year
having been an earnest and zeal
oua minister of the gospel fo:
over one half centmry, 27 years
of which he served the Chestpa
1 Church. He was well known it
-Dr. B. J. Quattlebaum, whose
critical illness was mentioned
last week, was barely living at
the hour of going to press yester
day. A number of his relatives
and friends have been with the
family during the past few days;
among these his aged mother now
93, his brothers and sisters, and
all his children. They have the
sympathy of the entire community
in the trying hour that they are
[iW. C. Boyd is taking or
ders for fruit cakes made by the
National Biscuit Company. Sizes,
one, two and five pounds. Give
him your order right at once and
be sure of the very best fruit
cake for Thanksgiving Day.
A Big Saving.
The saving of time and money
is an important item to every
one. There is enough to worry
about anyway without needless
loss of time and one's hard earned
money See J. 0. Boag's half page
prescription for a big saving all
A Pointed Connection.
There is one advertisement
that no reader of the News and
Herald will overlook, the full
page one of the Ketchin Mer
cantile Company. This is the
second time this season that they
have used so large space in tel
ling about their great clothing
business. They find that it pays
to be liberal in the use of printers
ink. But this wouldn't pay them
if they didn't have what they
advertise. See the connection?
Death of Mr. James Harden.
Mr. James Harden died in
Columbia Wednesday evening at
the home of his daughter, Mrs.
W. M. Harden. He was 85 years
old. Two other children survive
him: Mr. S. D. Harden of Reid
ville, N. C., and Mrs Jno. M.
Lemmon of Monticello.
His remains were brought from
Columbia Thursday afternoon
and interred in the cemetery at
Lebanon church Friday morning
The card below, which has
been received here, anounces the
coming marriage of two young
Fairfield people, who left the
county a few years ago for the
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Mobley.
invite you to be present at the marriage
of their. sister
Gussie Mae Lyles.
Mr. William Mc~rorey Mobley
Wednesday evening, Novem'oer the
nineteen hundred and five
at eight o'e'ock
First Baptist Church, Coumbia, S. C.
The following card has been
received by relatives and friends
Mr. Richard Caldwell,
Miss Eunie. Aiken Bacot.
Wednesday, November the eighth,
Nineteen hunderd and five,
Charleston, S. C.
after November fifteenth
284 Meeting Street,
Mrs. Caldwell was for several1
years one of the most popular
teachers in the Mount Zion In
stitute and she will be greatly
mised from the social circles in
Death of rirs. Cathcart.
Mrs. Sarah Cathcart died at1
the hcome of her son, Mr. A. B,
Cathcart, Thursday morning,
She was in her 74th year. She
is survived by five sons; J. E,,
A. B., C. E., J. S. and T. B., all
of Winnaboro, a brother, Mr. J. M.
Blain of :Blackstock, and three
sisters, Mrs. E. B. Morton and
Mrs. Naomi Alberson, Brooks
ville, Fla., and Mrs. Narcissa
McCaw, Finis, Texas. A sister,
Miss Margaret Blaine, died only
a few days previous. Her re
mains were interred in the A. R. P.
emetery Thursday afternoon,'
the funeral services being cot -
ducted by her pastor, Rev. C. E.
McDonald. The pall bearers
were, active: R. C. Gooding,
S. D. Dunn, J. A. Brice, T. H.
Ketchin, H. E. Ketchin, W. H.'
1gQnorary: 4. S. Douglass,
5. P. Matthews, 1T. N. McMaster.
Big PMillinery Business.
A close notice of the express
cart will show that there is scarcer
y a day that it does not bring
big crates of milliriery for some,
one of the millinery storea here.
When it comes to zillinery,
Winnsboro is alw tys strictly in
it. The millirners here do a big
Ibusir~ss through, ut the county,
but their trade is not confined to:
Fai'rfield. It is a matter of fact
that they make many shipments
to Columbia and other points
beyond the county. The secret
of this large millinery business is
that there is no place where up
to-date stylish millinery is sold
at such reasonable prices as right
here. The ladies all know this
'an so they come to Winneboro
for their millinery. 4.f they can't
come, they send.
Come this v
we are still se
Better Mail Facilities.
Local train 27 is now carrying
a lack pouch from Winnsboro to
Columbia. This is a considera
ble advantage to the business
men of this community as it makes
it possible for a letter mailed here
early in the morning to reach
Columbia in time for the trains
oing in the direction of Green
ville, Laurens and Spartanburg.
This mail heretofore has had to
ie over in Columbia a whole day.
In connection with this im
ravement in the mail facilities
or Winnsboro, the matter was
aken up by us some days ago
with Mr. Williams of the South
rn, who referred us to Mr.
errell, Superindentent of rail
way mail service at Atlanta, who
eadily granted the request for
his improved service.
Winnsboro now has three daily
ails each way.
For Cleaner Streets.
The announcement was made
ast week that Mayor Ketchin was
oing in to give Winnsboro
~leaner streets. Since then he
as sent out to various citizenes
an appeal for their co-operation
n this movement for cleaner
treets for Winnsboro. The
allowing is a copy of the special
~ppeal, which is published here
o that all may s'ee it:
o the citizens of Winnsboro:
I take this method of advising
~on that the ordinance against
ne throwing of papers or other
cash on the street and of obstru
~ting the sidewalks with carts;
~oxes, etc., will be strictly en
>rced from this date. The mer
~hants at their places of business
an greatly aid in this effort for
~leaner street by placing the
~weepings from their store in
ome receptacle in the rear of the
ame, from which it will be hauled
y the town cart. All citizens at
heir home can do much to bring
~bout this greatly desired im
rovement by not using the
itreet for a dumping place for the
efuse from their yards. The co
peration of all is greatly desie
Suits for Y
-~ The Yo1
soon as 1
fabrics, and withal our r
to make this the
IOur Motto: Better Qua
The R. H. ElI
ay this week 1
s on all goods a
Iling at theAsal
in this movement for cleaner
streets for the town of Winnsboro.
T. H. Ketchin.
Light Badly Needed.
Several times we have called
attention to the fact that there
was great need for a better light
ing syatem at the passenger depot.
These suggestions, however, have
amounted to nothing at all. All
the while we have expected some
one to get hurt as the result of
there not being sufficient light
there for one to see his way in
passing about the buildinp. And
as usual the expected has hap
pened. Wednesday evening,
while he was walking between i
the waiting room and the baggage
room, Mr. W. R. Rabb fell over
a tiuck that had been left there
and received a painful lick onj
his leg. Had there been a light
in this alley way, as there should
have been, there would have been
ooccasion for his falling. This,
incident should be enough to im
press upon the railroad people
the necessity for having thess
premiese properly lighted. There
s eed for a light in the street,
approaching the depot, and also
for more lights in the building
itself and these should be had.
But lights are not the only thing
needed at this depot. The heat
ing is also wofully neglected.
There is no reason why the travel
ing public should be imposed
pon in this way. Patient endu
rance in this matter has ceaseda
to be 4 virtue. s
OST-A New Haven N iek el 1
Watch, with gold wire-woven
fob. Initial "T. J," engraved
on plate. Reward if returned
to The News and Herald office.
I am now supplying my cus to-r
ners with the very best stall fed
beef, and they will find that it is
bhe very best beef the market
~ffords. All orders promptly
lled. Fresh oysters every day b
Fresh fish twice a week.
2-t Jno. W. Russell s
mg Fellow is usually a
dresser, knows what's i
is very particular about
only likes to get swell 3
it he wants the ideas as
MTS TIEM FIRST
Suits are now ready
.e and Double-Breasted
v broad lapel-the long
,s and loose Trousers
eful drape of the gar
the artistic turn of the
.t every point-the skill
ring-the handsome new
easonable prices combine
l lthg Store.
lity for Less Money.
--r- Columbia, S. C.
for your win
me old prices.
"S6me Good Musical In.
struments made by H6ner. Ac
ordions, Harps, etc., noted for
bheir sweet tone and superior
workmanship. B. A. Buchanan.
WANTED-At once at the News
and Herald Office ten cords of
good dry wood, pine or oak.
Will pay cash for same or will
take wood on subscription, but
must have it at once
All persons having claims agis
,he estate of John A. DesPortes, do
eased, are hereby notified to render a
ecount of their demand duly at
ested, and all persons indebted to the
aid estate are notified to make imme
Rate payment to the undersigned.
U. G. DESPORTES,
B'OR RENT-The Aiken dwelling
on Washington Street. For
terms apply to Dr. D. Aiken. - *
Our line of Hand-Painted China has
~ways been noted for its exquisite de
gns, both in color and shae We
ave just opened a new shpment,
iich in beauty, taste andvait
rpss our previous efforts. N
ide could ask for a more beautiful
ift than one of these handsomely
cotod pieces., Cake Plates mgi
pree from $2.50 to $7.50. Bws
itehrs, Vases, Chosolate Pots, and
yen to the smallest Bon Bon and
live Dishes and Bin Trays are beau
s to be seen in onr store. Prices
A new and large stock of Cut Glass.
s ust '.~ved. Our line is always
dnedflits elaborate cuts and res
)nable - Vases, Desanters,
Vater Pi ~Berry Bowls, Celery
~ishes; also BoBn and-Olive Dishes
nd smaller pieces. A nice assortment,
If you prefer Silver for your present
e are qite sure we can please you.
terling bilver Berry Bowl, Water
'itchers, Tea Sets and many other
rge pieces are to be found here. If
ou wish some odd piece we have it.
ust come and see.
If yon ean't come write for our
lustrated Catalogue of staple goods
Vathe, Jewelry, Silverware, Cut
). H. LACHICOTTE & 60.
424isan Street, colgmbia, S. c.
- Tag MuRRAY GIuNIN
gla, Feeders, OedSSers, Ek
GrESg p( BNERw
Colomsbia, S- C. *