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Fine ut Glass.
A beautiful iot now in and another
shipment expected daily.
Stock of this the largest I have
ever carried, Some beautirul designs.
No cheap stuff in the whole lot.
Sewing Machine Fixtures
I have just received a complete
stock of Sewing Machine Fixtures,
including Needles, Bobbins, Shuttles,
etc., for every sewing machine of
standard make. Fine Oil too.
C. M. Chandier.
ave Yo Got d Cook?
If you have or if you haven't, you can't do
better ihan to have that fruit cake baked
here. But little advance over the cost of the.
ingredients, all of which can be had here.
Another shipment of Currants, Raisins and
Citron just in.
Fresh Cream Cheese
of a very superior grade. Try it if you want
cheese that is cheese.
A Fresh -Nuts Dates, & c.
Shipment of A 6
has come in
Remember that a well selected lot of
Canned Goods is always kept in stock,
G. A. WI T E,
Baker and Confectioner.
Is a delightful eCise, but its
exDensiverioss jimits it to the rich
and well=to=do only:
is equaly delightful, though not
quite so rapid. and is within the
reach of ail==especia!!y since the
price of Buggies has been made
so low here. No longer any ex=
cuse for any one to be without a
Wagons, the very best ones,
too, at tV very lowest prices.
M W. D oty.
L So MORROW CO.
RION, S. C.
Everything in this store
is cheaPer than any=
where else in the coun=
TH E L. .M ROW CO.
Lest You Porget
ThIB IS TH E PLACE TO JET YOUR
This wi!i remind you that we have just
received a big lot of
A PETERIES, pADS AND ~ABLETS
P~APETERiES, ADS ~ND ABLETS
Let us fix vou up for carrying on your correspon=
dence in a mavnfler that will be pleasmng to you.
Old Julius Cesar v
And calculating <
He wanted his carE
"True courage oi
He said in accon
"But if you want t
Tou've got to ad,
The merchant, the
The statesman ai
Take care their nar
From fame's swil
The truly simple S
Will never win a
To be a hero in the
You've got to ad1
Raise Chickens Too.
The Winnsboro News and Herab
had an article last week with th(
heading, " Our E-nornous Egg Crop.
Has Editor Fooshe added the chicker
indnstry to his sorghum and turuil
enterprise?- cter Rporwr.
Just: for the sake of keepinc
the records straight we beg t(
inform our good Chester contem
porary that the chicken craze is
nothing new with us. "Bunny
Brown" was the principal sourcE
of our pocket cbange for several
years in very early boyhood days
and when we sold one dozen o:
her great big eggs for twenty-five
cents about Christmas time,
which was considered something
extraordinary in those days out
in the country, we began to dream
dreams of fortunes in eggs, and
there still lingers the hope that
even yet some day we are going
to have our money laid for us.
Surely, our good friend has not
forgotten what great big tears of
sadness we shed in a column of
rsmall pica three or four years
ago when a whole carload of
California eggs on their way to
Florida was wrecked right here
in Fairfield county. Just think
of it,-a carload of eggs that
had come three thousand miles
being wrecked right here at our
door. It almost makes the tears
come again to think about it
not broken eggs-but the fact
that there are so many people in
this and other counties in South
Carolina and adjoining states
with broken fortunes, who might
have been rich, or at least in far
aore comfortable circumstances,
if they had only been willing to
give their time to this small in
ustry, which has made the peo
ple of other sectione wealthy.
There was formerly not so much
to-encourage the farmers here
abouts to raise poultry, when
eggs were 6 to 10 cents per dozen,
and chickens, half grown, from
10 to 15 cents in trade-and but
slow sale at these sacrifice prices.
But that time has passed and
there is always a steady demand
for poultry products at prices
that a few years ago would have
made one ~say, "I would die be
fore I would pay any such prices
as that for chickens and eggs."
And yet these same people have
almost to die now because they
can't get these healthy articles
of food at all How disappoint
ing, when one goes to a hotel
table right here in Winnsboro,
craving a soft-boiled egg for
breakfast, to be told that eggs
are not to be had at any price.
The. larger places get over this
trouble by beirg supplied with
cold storage eggs. The small
places like Chester and Winns
boro must still depend upon get
ting their egg supply from the
local markets. Only let the farm
ers of Chester and Fairfield see
to it that they furnish the supply
to satisfy this ever-increasing de
mand for probably the~ greatest
of all food prodnets, the egg.
Christmas is not far off and
thers will be the same old de
mand for eggs for cakes and other
things. Eggs at 25 to 35 and
~ve 50 cents a dozen are deserv
ing of some attention, even when
cotton is at 10 cents a pound.
Of course, our friend, Brother
Buchanan, and the rest of our
ftrer friends know that sorghum
seed is a fine grain feed for chick
ens and that boiled turnips are a
good thing to go along for mak
iug a well baaned ration.
Insomnia and lIdigestion~ Cured.
"Lst v'ear 1 hadl a very severe at
ck of inidiigestioni. I could not sleep
at night and suffered most exeruciatm-'
ains f'or t hree houlr after each meal.
I ws trouWbzcled t Va for about tigree
~oth e-he .iV I usedl 'hamiberlmin's
Stonei'Lh and .'IVer' TIablets; and re
c .'ivel immed0 iateI~ ' reief, say's Jo-nl
Fr sale y 0occar i~rug(C..
Not Dead Yet.
The biggest fool yet reported
is th Uijtroit man who built a
mos '.fuent to Satan. Satan i:
no dead.-News and Courier.
Don't t1ake a Mistake.
M .any persons suffer fromIf dli/ziness
hmeah's and bat'kachies wVho tre'a
;'i~th l"e" for s'tonuwh~ tr'oubles oI
somW st o-io of th-- k ineys. wi '
Ai be quickly crd .by'iI \ Foley'
oniey and Tarm. ''ake it in tune
o Rgfnssuitutes Sold by McMaste
ras a shrewd
ight to make a hie,"
ts wise. -
id the sage
3es are never missed
1 turning page.
Idle Rich in America.
(Iffknry Wfa/lrsonin occbe Cos
The poor soul who has such
heaps of money that he does not
know what to do with himself is
almost as much the sport and
prey of the winds that blow as
the tramp, who, though he recks
not whence his dinner may come,
takes life as he finds it and makes
himself merry on tho highway.
The idle millionaire, whether he
has a title or not, must follow the
fashion if he would keep in the
swim; and to keep in the swim is
the one objective point. For him
the year is subdivided, laid out
in regular parterre, like an Italian
garden, and he must even fulfill
his destiny as a gentleman of
wealth and leisure. He is rarely
happy. Ee buys a palace, lives
in it awhile, and goes away. "So
awfully dreary, doncherknow."
He buys a yacht, tires of it, sells
it, and buys another. "Nothing
like the water, doncherknow."
The automobile craze caught him
where he was weakest-for fast,
fast, faster is the aim-and he is
now scudding and scorching over
tio world's byways, having found
a new and costly toy-a veritable
flying Dutchman, only on the
land, not on the water.
In a word fortune's favorite is
never happy except when he is
giving proof that he can spend
more money than his rival, yet
wretched when he finds how little
it brings him, either of distinc
tion or diversion.
The Man to be Envied.
"Deposit your money in a
bank, in your home bank, if you
have one, and if not, in the near
est bank to you," says the Spar
tanburg Herald. The wise man,
and the man to be envied, is he
that in November deposits largely
in the sweet potato bank.-News
Sick headache is caused~by a disord
ered condition of the stomach and is
quickly cutred by Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets. For sale by
Obear Drug Co.
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nerv
ine has been so successful in
curing these brain-wrecking
diseases that there is every
reason to believe that even the
most hopeless cases can be
benefited, if not fully restored.
We will be pleased to refer
any one thus a'fflicted to many
wlr> now enjoy the blessing of
Ihealth, after years of hopeless
"I have a soni that had brain fever
when two years old, followed by fits of
the wcest type, and he was pronounced
incurable. I spent hundreds of dollars
for him, without relief. After about
fifteen years he became so bad that we
sent him to Longcliff hogital for the
insane, at Logansport, Inid. Hie wag
there r.carly three years, but he con.
tinued to grow worse, so w.e brought
him homo July 30, 1902. in an awful
conditon, Hie had lost his mind al-nost
entirely. le hardly knew one of the
family; could not even find his bed;
was a total wreck. lHe had from 5 to
10 fits a day. We were urged to try
Dr. Milcs' Nervino, and before the first
bottle was used, we~ cou.ld see a change
for the better. We have given It to
him ever rinco, ar.d he has had but
two very light spcils since last August,
1903, and then he was not well other
ways. We proncunce h~rm cutred, as he
can work and go a nyw here. If any one
wishes to ark any question~s conc'erning
this, they air' at liberty to do so."
E. Hf. BUrNNELL, Lincoln, Ind.
Dr. M!!lss' Nervine is acld by your
druggist, who wll guarar.t::e that the
first bnot!3 wilt -benefit. !f it 1ails, he
will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
TE "BOSS" COTTON PRlESS!
SIMPLEST, STRONGEST. BEST
STHE MURRAy GIMNNO STEWM
Gins, Feede, CODensers, Etc.
GIBBES 1MAC1U YCO.
kind the ok
the War. 2
IS the THIP
the land i
sold by us d
Sale of Land.
As attorneys for. the owners, we will
offer for sale on the FIRST MONDAY
IN DECEMBER a tract of 160 acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of G. L.
Det-ihns and others, known as Allen
Terms-Cash. Purchaser to pay for
A. S. & W. D. DOUGLASS,
Notice of Sale of Land.
The Winnsboro Bank will offer for
sale, at public outcry, to the highest
bidder, before the Court House door in
Winnsboro, on the FIRST MONDAY
IN DECEMBER, for cash, an undi
vided two-thirds interest in all that
certain piece, parcel or tract of land
lying, being and situate in the County'
of Fairfield and State of South Caro
lina, containing five hundred and
seventy-five acres, more or less, known
as the Barkley Place, and bounded on
the north by lands of Mrs. S. G. Mar
tin and the Nichols land; on the east
by the Catawba River and lands form-.
erly belonging to James G. Johnston,
deceased, now belonging to the Sout h
erni Power Company; on the south by
land formerly owned by Jeptba Ar
ledge; and west by lands of M1rs. S. M.
Gladden and Mrs. S. G. Martin..
T. K. ELLIOTT,
I will offer for sale before the Court,
House door in Winnsboro, S. C., on
the FIRST MONDAY IN DECEM
BER next, within the legal hours of
sale, at public ou-ery, to the highest
bidder, the following described prop
rty, to wit:
"All that parcel or tract of land
lying, being and situate in Fairfield
County, Township No. S, containing
ne Hundred and Fifty-two Acres,
rore or less, and bounded on the north
by lands belonging to Henry Y. Hin
nant and J. W. Robinson; on the east
by lands belonging to John Fenly; on
he west by lands of Hattie Colernan;
and on the south by lands of John
Eenly; being the same tract of land
urchased by John Fenly from R. H.
Edmiun ds and J. B. Duke, executors
f T. C. Cloud, by deed bearing date
-- day of November, A.. D. 1884."
TERMS OF SALE.
One-third of the purchase money to
e paid in cash, or all cash, at the op
ion of the purchaser on the day of:
the sale, arnd the balauce on a credit of
one and twvo years, with interest at 7
er cent from the date of sale, to be
ecured by the bond of the purchaser
r purchasers and a mortgage on the|
remises sold; the purchaser to pay for!
ll necessary papers.
FAIRFIELD LOAN AND
ll15dT. K. E LLIOTT, Treasurer.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRtFIELD.
Caldwell Dry Goods Co., Plaintiff,
-Hattie S. Brooks, Defendant.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to and by virtue of an execution to me
directed, I wvill offer for sale, at pub
lic outcry, to the highest bidder, before
the Court House door in Wiunsboro,
FIRST M[OND AY IN DECEMBER,
1905. (being the 4th day thereof). dur
ing the legal hours of sale the following
described real estate:
All that piece, parcel or tract of land
lying, bein'g and situate in the County
and State above mentioned, contain
THREE HUNDRED AND FORTY
EIGHT (84S) ACERS,
more or less, arnd bounded on the north
by lands of ID. V. Walker and Peter
'rhompson, colored; on the east by
lands of D). V. Walker; on the south
and wes by lands of E. B. Mason.
Levied on by me on the 8th day of
Novembiler as the prop~erty of the De
fendant in the aboive case.
Terms of Sale: Cash.
A. D). HOOD,
11-15td Sheriff F. C.
FOR RENT-A new and1 desira
ble five-room house with stable
Iand garden. J. 0. Boag.
TE like they used to, the
I folks say they had before
)o send your jug along.
4G that counts in -getting
n the proper shape. The
STERS and TURNPLOWS
c the Work.
os and Saddles,
rd COLLARS at the same
Be sure to see them.
A. B. CATHCART.
THE REASON WHY
The little grocery business started in a small wooden store
on the northern end of Congress street has grown to where
a building twice the size is necessary to care for the great
ly increased stock is because every detail of the business
has been carefully looked after-the buying right, and
above all selling at the right prices and treating _all right
JUST ARRIVED-A barrel of New Orleans Molasses..
All right, too.
FRUIT CAKE-All the ingredients here-Carrants,
Citron, Raisins, &c.
GOOD COFFEE-Is easy to have, if you use the kind
sold here in 5-lb. cans.
Your Groc.ery orders solicited.
S. C. JOHNSTON.
Remarkably Low Prices.
OUR LEADER--A Man's Suit, easily worth $15.00,
for only $12.50. Speaks for itself.
OVERCOATS=-Dirt cheap. When it comes to Over
coats, there is never one even near us in price.
BOYS' SUITS==From 75 cents to $2.50. Boys' Pants
from 25 cents to 75 cents.
SHOES--From $1.00 to $5.00. See our $3.50 Shoe.
It's a corker.
GOLD BAND--Thatjmeans the best'ham. Send and
get one. Get your other groceries here too,
W. A. HOO D.
Clerk's Sale. I For Sale.
II will offer for sale on the FIRST
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, MONDAYINDECEMBERn bc
fore the Court House door in Wi-8
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. boro, S. C., my houseand lot in Winne
hero, containing 113- acres of land. This
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. p erty has one 5-room cottage, a
,gmu well of water, large barn, a ser
William H1. Lyles and Thomas Lyles' vant's house, and sniceyoungorchard.
as Ext utors of the last Will a Eight acre of this land willproduce a
Testament of Thomas M. Lyles, d bale of cotton per acre Al is under
ceased, substituted in this action in wire fence.
place of Amos E, Davis, as Guar- Terms of Sale: One-third cub; bal
dian, Plaintiffs, ance in one and two years at 7 per
against cent interest from date of sale, with
Belton E. Lyles and John D. McCar- bond and mortgag on premises. Pos
Icy, Defendants. session given 15t
In pursuance of an order of the Court MRS. CARRIES. CRAWFORD.
of Common Pleas, made in the above 11-I5td
stated case, I will offer for sale before
the Court House door in Winnsboro,
S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER laft Bhm (lR
next, within the legal hours of sale, I
at public outcry, to the highest bidder, Is now the best equipped business col
the following described property, to lege in the South. Strongly endorsed.
wit:' Ourgraduates are in demand.
All that certain piece, parcel or tract Terms the most reasonable.
of land lying, being and situate in the All interested wil do wel to write
County of Fairfield, in the State afore- us. Address,
said, on the waters of Rock Creek, a THE MACFEAT BUSI ES
tributary of Broad River, containing COLLEGE,
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