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The Drug Sore
THAT AIMS TO PLEASE YOU IS
Jnr. McMaster & Co
FOR THE BEST ADVERTISEMENT WE CAN HAVE
. . IS A
Well Satisfied Customer.
-We aim to treat every customer in such a
manner that he will come again and often.
Our trade has been good, but we are ambi
tious; so we are not content with our present
Come to see us when in need of anything
in the drug line.
Yours for Business,
Jno. H. McMaster & Co.,
Piide 39. DRUGGISTS.
3 OO 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
$10.00 Suits for $5.75
-There are a good many diversiois that
beat ringing and ringing the phone or trot
ting to the depot time and again to see If
those goods ordered 10, 20 or 30 days ago
have come. This kind of business worry
puts a man so much out of patience that
he misses a lot of the fun that belongs to
him and that he should dispense to his
friends and family. It will add greatly to
the enjoyment of life for the merchants of
Winnsboro for them to buy their'
GroCeries and Food Supplies
here, and the financial saving will not be
an unpleasant feature either.
L. A. Rosborough.
No~ False Report.
Every Word of it is True
The report that goods are being sold here at
prices that makes your money worth more to
you here than anywhere else in the county.
Come right on and see if it is not so.
Big Bargains in Men's and Boys' Clothing.
tagreat specialty with us.
Wat can be done for you here in the mat
ter of Underwear is a caution.
As for Sfhoes there is no one else in the
whokcty that can even equal us.
'.In Dress Goods and Notions we are all right
too, No end of bargains here in this depart
Ladies' and Children's Cloaks in endless
Numberless little odds and edds of every
TRUNS--That's where we take the cake
and leave all the others allithe way out of it.
Don't take our word for It, but come and
-see for yourself and you will join the ranks
of those who are prizing this as the Great
L_ LANDOE"C KEE.R.
Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1905.
jliFamous Crooks cigars,
for 5. R. A. Buchanan.
--Capt. W. G. Jordan went I
Chester one day last week.
-Mr. Yates Fooshe left Wed
nesday for his home at Coronaca
-Rev. J. L. Freeman left Fri
day for Greenville, where he wil
be for several days.
-Mrs. H. C. Elliott and chil
dren of Williamston are on a visi
to Mrs. M. A. Elliott.
--Mr. J. H. Thornwell spent i
few days with his friend Mi
A. G. Fewall last week.
-Mrs. J. W. Mayo has return
ed to Baltimore after a stay o
several week with her parents.
-Mrs. Jno. S. Cathcart wai
called to Spartanburg Friday or
account of the sickness of he:
-Cotton went up over 10i
points yesterday on tee publica
tion of the ginning report, whici
-Mrs. R. W. Matthews hai
returned home after a long sta]
at the home of her mother ix
-The county board of contro:
met here Wednesday and re-elect
ed R. B. Lewis as dispenser al
-Mr. Daniel Hall has gone
west for stock and you must noi
forget to read what he says, whet
he comes back.
- -kiss Seymoura Hadden, whc
is visiting Mrs. J. Q. Davis, weni
to Ridgeway yesterday for a visil
of several days to Miss Isabel
-Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Ellioti
and Judge J. E. McDonald at
tended the Cauthen-Ruff nuptials
at Rock Hill in addition to those
last week mentioned.
-Mr. M. W. Doty has gone tc
the western markets for mules
and horses and will have somE
interesting announcements on hiE
-Mr. D. A. Crawford left last
week to purchase a car load oi
stock, which he expects to arrive
to-day. He invites you to see
what he has for you.
-One good turn is alwayf
followed by another. The clean
ing up of the walls of the couri
house has resulted in a decided
leaning up in the various county
-Mr. A. M. Owens left Friday
for Kentucky where he goes tc
purchase some stock for his
stables. He will have a mighty
interesting announcement neil
week for the readers of the New!
-Master UT. G. DesPorts, Jr.
was the fortunate one to get thai
cheap ticket to Oklahoma adver.
tised last week and so he was a
member of the party that lefi
here Monday for the west.
-Hon. A. H. Brice came dowr
Monday to attend a meeting o:
te legislative delegation callet
by the county snpervisor to con
sider. the conuty's finances. Mr
McCants was the only othei
-A crowd of young people
went on a possum hunt Saturda)
night and 'every one enjoyei
themselves to the utmost. chape.
rones included. It is something
new for the girls to go huntini
ing and all who went vote foi
-The town girls and the Mt
Zion girls are each getting up i
basket-ball team and they bi<
fair to have some lively times be
tween themselves. The pare
phaaia for the grounds has beei
ordered and they hope to bi
able to began to play neixt week
-Mr. Walter Crawford, whc
lerked for Mr. B. B. Befo fo:
several week after giving up hi!
place as mail rider, died at the
home ofhis parents, Mr. and Mrs
S. B. Crawford of the Salem sec
tion, Monday morning after ai
pes of about four week. He
ws abgg J years old.
siiFruit Cakes, Sale of fru~i
cakes for Thanksgiving with mi
has been more than double m'
Iexpe ctations. Place your orde
for Christmaa now. Far mor,
Isatisfactory to get your fruit cake;
here thian to try to make ther
and not a bit more expensive,3
you will count right, W. C. Boyc
For Over~txty Years
MRs. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRU
a been used for over 60 years by ml
lions of mothers for their childre
while teething, with perfect st'ecess
It sothcs the child, softens the gum:
allays all pain; cures wind colic, and
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It wi
relieve the poor little suff'erer immed
ately. Sold by druggists in every pa:
of the wor.ld. Twenty-five cents
Sttle. Be sure and ask for "Mr
insow's g99ng Syrup," and tal
no oher kind.
giiiYour Old Bones are n
good to you. Just bring the:
hero and convert them into cas.
Wanted also 100,000 pounds<
old scrap iron of all kinds, bras
copper or any other old mets
also good clean rags. Ed Hen]
Iat Southern Freight depc
Dr. B. J. Quattlebaum.
The little note in the last issue
of the News and Herald to the
effect that Dr. B. J. Quattlebaum
2 was practically in a dying con
dition proved only too true. for
before the paper was off fr om the
press he had breathed his last;
and when his spirit departed
- from his body Fairfield lost one
of its most successful and most
substantial citizens. About 23
years ago he moved from Willis
ton to this point for the practice
of his profession, dentistry, in
I which be was highly successful,
and during these years was
actively iddentified with the
various dusiness interests of
this community until a few
months ago, when he bad to give
up his work on account of a
complete physical breakdown.
At first his sickness did not
promise to be serious, but from
the time that he went to Johns
Hopkins Hospital some three
wseks ago his case was looked
upon as wholly hopeless, as, an
operaton revealed that he was
suffering from cancer of the kid
Dr. Quattlebaum was in his 57th
year; not so many years old it is
true, but these years had not
been lived in vain. He was a
man of the most positive con
victions and he knew ought than
to follow in the paths of duty.
As a citizen he was Esteemed by
all for his manly traits of charac
ter. His loyalty to his church
was truely exceptional; and the
success that has come to the
Baptist congregation at this
place, which- was only a little
handful at first, has been due
more to his sacrificing devotion
to its every interest than perhaps
to any other one cause. He was
in truth a pillar in his church
Dr. Quattlebaum in survived I
by his devoted wife, and five chil
dren: Dr. Theo Quattlebaum of f
Batesburg, Mr. W. M. Quattle- I
baum of Pensacola, Mr. A. G.
Quattlebaum of Atlanta, Mrs. <
R. S. Bollinger of Columbia, and
Miss M. E. Quattlebaum of I
Winneboro. His aged mother, I
who is now 91 years old and I
wonderfully preserved for one of!9
her years, was *ith him in his
last sickness. He leaves alsol,
three brothers, Col. C. P. Qnattle- ]
baum of Conway, Mr Chas. Quat- I
tlebaum of Ridge Spring, and
Mr. Ed. Quattlebaum of Mobile,
and three sisters, Mrs. Olivia
Stewart of Newberry. Mrs.
Claudia Brodie and Miss iJennie
Quattlebaum of Leesville
The funeral services were con- H
ducted at the Baptist church i
Wednesday afteruoon at s o'clqck <'
by his pastor, Rev. J. L. Free
man, assisted by Rev. C. E. Mc- 1
Donald of the A. R. P. churchi
and Rev. Jabez Ferris of Bates
burg, his former pastor, who paid
a tribute to this loyal .member of
the little congregation that he
found on his coming to this past
orate. The interment was at the
Episcopal cemetery. The pall
Active: J. L. Bryson, J. M.
Smith, J. B. Bruce, A. L. Scruggs,
W. C. Coyd, G. W. Ragsdlale.
Honorary; J. P. Cuidwell, T- H.
Ketchin,. E. H. Jennings, W. E.
Doly, U. G. DesPortes, R. N,
McMaster, W. A. Brown.
GPocket Knives and Razors.
Some extra good ones and all at
good close pr ices. T. M. Haynes.
An Expjvfna tion.I
If big advertisements do for
ther folks.like that three-fourths
page one that the News and
Herald put in last week, an
nouncing that 500 sample copies
would be sent out this w eek.
Idid for us then we would advise
everybody not to use them, un
less they want to get a hustle on
them. What that advertisement
has done in the way of taxing
the printers and all the printing
supplies of this office has been
a caution, if one knows what that
meaus. At first we thought that;
we would solicit advertisements
for this extra edition and started
o't for that purpose. But this
was found to be wholly unneces
sary, as a npmber of those to
whom we went were already pre
paring their copy so as to get in
ron -the grouni floor. So we:
came back to the office and wentI
Sto work to get ting up the ad
Svertisements that were already
Sarranged for. Thursday morning
-the long distance phone rang and
there was a ca1l from J. Edgar
Poag, the big real est ate man of
PRock Hill who said that lie just
-must get in this issue in a shape
Sthat would make it appear that
She was in business aind aft. r try
* in every dodge~ to accommndate
I him, for a part o one s p e a n
twas already prited offi, w ialy
a arranged it so thst with the as
- sistceof another printing office,
e ecould get in for two full pages
whii4 is a fine illystratipn that
o Poag never doies things halves.
n Then the next morning there
i. came a letter from Klutz of Ches
' ter asking if it would be possible
,for' him to get in. It was possi
I; ble and so he is in. Saturday
yI evening, when we came back
t,|Jfrom Ridgeway, where we had
j ben hetween trains, we thouht
sold at prii
Can make i1
All orders pt
bat there was going to be some
,ance of getting through with
rhat we already had. But Mon
lay morning there was a full page.
Ld awaiting us and before we i
iad gotten our thinking cap in
uch shape as know how ve were
oing to arraage to put it in, the
hone rang and there was the
equest that we come at once
own to Mr. A. B. Catheart's.
Te went and it was only the lit-I
le matter of putting in a half
age advertisement, about which
ie had phoned in our absence!
aturday. Well, it burt us all;
ver to tell him that it was not
physical possibility with our
)resent equipments to accom
nodate him at this time and that
-e would just have to tell the'l
eople that while he did not
nanage to get in, that he was
~till in the ring and that he had
~verything else in the grocery~
me in additon to those molasses:
at taste like they used to; and
at as for farm supplies, Shoes,
~t., he was not going to Jet any
ne else get ahead of him, anp
at's all that is possible to say
So much for the advertisements.
e word about the reading matter.
e. number of items are -left out
imply because we did not have~
be force to get them up at theI
te hour at which they reached
s. Fortunately we had brought
ver three columns from the
revious issues, and by having~
s columns set in Columbia, we!
re able to present our readers an
ssue that is not without some
eading matter. B'ut no time
or boasting. If an issue of
wenty pages is not enough to
peak for itself, then we pass it
ggrfruits and Vegetables to
e had here all the while at the
losest price. R. A. Buchanan.
OR SALE-Three milch cows,
fresh in milk.-A. B3. Cathcart.
pay 45 cents per bushel 'of 60
pounds.-B. G. Tennant & Co.
Suits for V
- The Yo
- a smart
":1; r, He not
I soon as
fabrics, and withal our ri
to make this the
urMotto: Better Qua]
The R. H. ET
IW .J. sCRUGGS, Manag
Soap, universally recogni
t Tobacco, the leading plu
ee the big ad. elsewhere.
's Tobacco, a mighty good
~ioods, Cakes and Crackers
:es that count.
TO RENT-Cottage now occu
pied by Mr. Jas. Macfie.
L. W. Hawes.
SPECIAL FOR THE MEN
One lot of bed room slippers
at and below cost. Good ones
too. F. M. Clarke.
DRESS GOODr. - The ladies
willnot regret -lV-g here to
see the beautifu; .ress goods.
F. M. Clarke*
LOVES; GLOVES-Some ex
ceptional good bargains in work
gloves for the men. F. M. Clarke.
KENS' and BOYS'-Clothing at
prices that count. Special in
vitation to all to see the offer
ings in thesA lines.
UNDERWEAR -that's the
thing needed now and this is
the place to get it. F. M. Clarke.
DON'T FORGET-That I am
bicycle doctor and that 1 make
a specialty of all repair work.
Spbring it along, if you want.
it at once. T. M. Haynes.
EXPRESS WAGONS-A big lot
of them for the children at the
closest prices. T. M. Haynes.
A GOOD COOK STOVE -at a
very reasonable .price. Call
here before buying. T. MI.
AGATE WARE -Is the cheap
est in the long run. Big lot
here. Also tinware. T. XI.
As Admiinistrator of the estate of
Mrs. Eliza WVeir, I will offer for sale
at the residence of J. D. Rawis on
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7TH, at
11 o'elock, all of the personal propert y
of the said estate. H .W E
Adm inistratrix Notice.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Edward M. Woodward,
deceased, are hereby notified to render
an account of their demands, duly at
tested, and all persons indebted to the
said estate are notified to make imme
diite payment to th udersigned.
ung Fellow is usually a
dresser, knows what's
d is very particular about
only likes to get swell
ut he wants the ideas as
w Suits are nlow ready
le and popible-Breasted
w 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
~asonable prices combine
ity for Less Money.
er. Columbia, S. C.
ry and Fancy
zed as the best laundry
g tobacco on the market
- seller that always sat
-=bought in big hlots and
>r you on Sad
All persons are warned not to hunt
cut timber, or permit their live
stock to come on any part of the land
owned by the undersigned, or to tree
pass in any way. All trespassers will
be prosecuted. J. W. BOYD.
Notice of Sale.
ON SALESDAY IN DECEMBER
next, I will sell defore the Court House
door in Winnsboro, S. C., all the per
sonal estate of Alexander Williford,
deceased, consisting of stock, vehicles,
harness, agricultural implements. office
G. W. RAGSDALB,
By virtue of a decree of the Court of
Common Pleas for Fairfield County in
the case of W. C. Russell et al, vs. R. D.
Bolick, Administrator of the estate ol
Salie E. Bolick, deceased, I will offer
for sale before the Court House door in
Winnsboro, S. C., within the ea
hours of sale, on the FIRST MONDA
IN DECEMBER next, all of the per
sonal property of said estate, which
has not heretofore been sold, consisting
of mules, a wagon and harness, farm
ing implements, cotton and corn. The
cotton seed and corn to be delivered at
the Lyles place.
Terms of sale: Cash.
R D. BOLICK,
Letters of Administration
State of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield. f
By D. A. Broom, Esq., Probate Judge:
Whereas, Ulysse G. DesPortes hath
made suit to me to grant him letters
of administration of the estate and
effects of Saling S. Wolfe, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Saling S.
Wolfe, deceased, that they- be and
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at kairfield Court
House; South Carolina, on the 30th
day of December next, after publica-.
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
non, to show cause, if any they have.
why the said administration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 18th day
of November, A. D. 1905.
D. A, BROOM,
11-22-2t Judge of Probate.
We will offer for sale before the
Court House door in Winnsboro on the
FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER
next, to the highest bidder: All that.
certain pareel of land, about two miles
north of Blythewood, on western side
of Southern Railway, known as prt
of -William Brown place, bounde by
lands of C. B. Boney, Mrs. Phillips,
Clinkscales and others, containing one
hundred and seventy acres, more or
Terms: One-third cash, balance on a
credit of one and two years, with in
terest at. eight per cent from day of
sale, payable annually, secured y
bond or purchaser and mortgage of
An upset price to be announced on
day of sale.
A. S. & W. D. DOUGLASS,
Attorneys for The MeCreery Land
aid Investment Co. 11-22td
IRON FENCE CHEAPER THAN WOOD
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Award, "Gold Medal," W ld's
Fair, St. Louis, 1904.
The most economical fence yucan
1-ur. Pricelecsthan arepcale wood
fence. Why not replace your old one
now, with aneat, attractive I~NFNE
"LAsT A LIFETIME.".
Over 100 designs of Iron Fence, Irom Flower
Vase, Settees, etc., shown in ourcaesaogues.
Low Prices will Surpurie You.
CALL AND SEE US.
R, W. PHILLIPS,
Wlnnsboro, S. C..