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PUBLISHED WEEKLY WINNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1906. ESTABLISHED 1844,
Busy Time This
On the farm. All preparations making for
the planting of the crop. The needed Ploughs
and Gears--ia fact everything in the way of
farm supplies--to be had here. Supplying
your wants in this line a specialty with us.
Donit forget that I carry a big stock of
Groceries and can always save you
money on these necessities.
Plantation Shoes bought be
fore the rise and will be sold at a lower pr1ce
than they can now be bought wholesale.
A. -B. Cathcart.
A large shipment of Irish
Potatoes for early plant
ng just in.
Special attention called
to our stock of Gents' and
Ladies' Shoes. Be sure to
see them. Prices right.
Staple and Fancy Groce
ries to please every one.
W. C. BEATY CO.
5. and IO-Gent Goods.
We are offering astonishing
*bargains at five and ten
cents. We are proud of be
ing able to give our custom
ers such a bargain feast.
Too many bargains to name.
Come and see for yourself,
and don't put it off till to=
H. LANGLEY, THlE IARN
Victor Records and Needles
for sale here.. .. .. .
My stock has been re
plenished by the arrival
of a fine assortment of
CUT GLASS and
and there is still more
coming. You will find
this the place for Wed=
ding and Birthday Pres
IC. M. Chandler.
A Most Enjoyable Entertainment.
The entertainment given by the
Ladies Missionary Society of the
Winnsboro Baptist church at tha
residence of Mrs. R. V. Wood
ward Friday evening was pro
nounced by the large number
present a most delightful one, in
fact, all expressed themselves as
being highly delighted in every
w.y. A more fitting place for a
purely informal gathering of this
kind could not have been selected J
than this beautiful new home,
wbich, with its several connecting
rooms and halls and long piazzas,
was thrown wide open on this
occasion. The ladies, who had
this entertainment in charge, a
spared no pains to make their 4
visitors have a good time, and it t
is certain that they succeededt*
most admirably. The following i
program was most admirably t
rondered by those taking part in
it, and that their renditions were E
highly appreciated is fully evid- B
enced by the fict that the part- s
icipants were serveral times called i
upon for encores, which calls
they could not resist t
So'o ............ .................................M rs. B ruce :
Reading...................Mr. Freeman t
Duet ....M1isses McMaster and Freeman
olo.................................... M iss Pixley
Reading................... ....... Miss Crcight
olo0.......................... ..... Mrs. Boyd C
oo................ ...............................M rs. B ruce
Reading...... .....Mr. McDonald
Trio........ ...Mrs. Bruce, Mrs. Boyd, Mr.- t
Reading...................... ..... ...... Miss Cright
Duet...........M...3 isses Elliott and Pixley
After the rendering of the b
%bore program the guests were p
all invited into the uining room
where was eerved a simnple salad a
sourse and choeolAte.
From a financial standpoint the F
itertaioment was a deci4e
succeis, as about $25.00 was
Letter to nayor Ketchti.
Winnsboro, S. C. el
Dear Sir: You are so well
known that the people have put
you in office. They knew what
bhey were about; They didn't do.
it by accident.
Wouldn't it be a handsome 0
thing to do to paint your house?
.t i & nice house, has a'good o
bstanti gQlpimodi-us look, and 'e
isn't rnsty s all, yol kngw; but a c
fresh coat of paint Wo4l4 it u
so bright! it's a pity not to. b
Devoe is beautiful paint, but t4
the beauty of it is: it lasts so h
ong, and does so much more than fi
adorn an already interesting and s
ttractive edifice. House out- n
buildings and fences. There h
isn't a man or a woman in town, d
do~ woiuldn't see them and make g
son pNea.sag rgmark. ii
Of courso. yog ydIli pa4 theg
own property; nothing woud f
ark your adinistration zgore d
in the eyes of the peoplej and
havin gdone the same thiag at
lhome, it is the most natural thing ti
n the world to do it for them. tc
Yours truly, b
F WV DEvoE & Co.
qg 1& Mc~aster & Co. sellsp
Lucidst flan in Arkansas,
"I'm the luckiest moan in Ar?
kansas," writes H. I , Stanley, ofb
Bruno, "since the restoration of
n wife's health after flye years d'
>f continuous coughingz and bleed- ~
ing from the lungs; and I owe my
good fortune to the world's great
st medicine, Dr. King's New Die
overy for Consumption, which I r4
i:;;;y from experience will cure 9
pasDpting if t a~ in time. My "
wife improved with Mrst battle b
and twelve bottles completed the ]
ure." Cures the worst~ coughs ~
or colds or money refundeded.
At McMaster Co.'s, and Juo. HI I
McMaster & Co., druggists. 50 t
cents and $1.00. Trial bottle free. c
A Great Lesson. t
t is recorded of a certain
geat philcaepiler that a friend
who went to visit him met the s
philosopher hiwself. Knowing C
that the father was such a deeply a
learned man, he thougt that the e
little girl must have learned some- e
thing very grave, something very
deep from such a father, ahd he j
said to her.
"What is your father teaching a
The little maid looked at him ,
with her clear blue eyes and just I
said "Obedience." . e
That was what the great wise j
man taught his little girl, and I
believe that is the most importont
lesson for children to learn," to
be obedient." It is a lesson nec
essary, and I think we may say1
f or their life.-Canon Wyne.
Tr1e secret of sueessfully ridding the e
demwi of a 601(1 iS a thorough evacu- .
atio of the boes IHenn:edvis Lax- c
ative Ho'4ev and Tar (ioes toiu-Liquid t
Cold Cure,'drives all cold out of the <
syte. Best for Coughs, Croup, etc.
1 by a111 dealers.
Names of Veter as.
The names .of the following
7eterans now living in Fairfield
:ounty have been handed in to
>e added to the list as already
Smith Gordon, Co. G, 6th S. C.
William Ruff, State troops.
Jeff Hagood, Co. B, 7th S. C.
The members of the John
3ratton Chapter of the Doughters
)f the Confederacy are very an
dous to get the names of any
>ther veterans that may have
>een omitted, for they want
rery veteran to be here on
demorial Day to take part in the
xercises they are planning and
hey want every old veteran to
ave his cross of honor. This is
mpossible, unless the names of
he veterans are furnished them.
) we again ask that every vet
ran be sure to hand in his name
t this time, and if any one has
cited any omission in the list, as
b has been published, that fact
bould be made known at this
ime. Let no one be slighted in
ny way and this surely will not
e done, if the ladies can have
he assistanee of all the veterans
i getting this roll complete.
ommon Colds are the Gause of Many
Physicians who have gained a na
onal reputation as analysist of the
iuse of various diseases, claim that if
atching cold could be avoided a long
st of dangerous ailments would never
e heard of. Every one knows that
neumonia, and consumption originate
'om a cold, and chronic catarrh, bron
altis, and all throat and lung trouble
re aggrevated and rtnderei niore se
ous by each fresh attack. Do not
sk yoqr life or take chances when you
ave a cold. Chamberlain's Cough
e:"ey will cure it before these dis
pass ;Velop. T103 remedy contain
o opiu morpins or p4r hrmf41
rug and, as tiirty years of rep tetion
okl of it, gained by its cures under
iery condition. For sale by Obear
rug Co., nad all medicine dealers.
A Story of Stonewall Jackson.
The Chattanooga Rebel pub
shed in 1862 the following story
"We have h6ard a good story
a Stonewall JacEson. It has
me to be commonly said in
imp that nobody knows Stone
al 's secrets except his negro
A y',det 6gle ggsq P. jAming
> the old negro ask1e4 him now
a came to be so much in the aon
dence of his master. 'Lord, sah,'
tys he,'massob nebber tells me
attin',b ut what I knows is dis:
lassa says his prayers twice a
ay, mawnin an'nite. But if he
its outer bed two or three times
i de nite to pray, you see I jest
es to packin' my habbersack.
g J og 4eys is ine to M
a 4ekbil to pay 4s ns dy.
Tere Is a spirited contest; between
e cities of Rock Hill and Chester as
which will get the Federal court
iilding to be located in this section of
e State. Committees from both
ties have visited Washington and
esented their claims as to best loca
,tion, and it cannot be stated at this
f pnt eb!4l ilt ep
ogl , is 'nanst fgyaored at p resen
ec ci not wish to discredit (Obester,
t a healthier location. and better peo
e thana there is ini Rock fui wvill be
id to lind, We venturi that if the
'partmntu otioiales wvere to sip of
bester's limestone water', Rock Hill
ould get the court.--Fort Mill Times.
A Harvard sophomore was
ci-ting a memorized oration in
ae of the classes in public speak
1g. After the first two sentences,
is wemory failed, gud g lacok of
lank despair came over his face.
e began as follows; "Ladies and
entleman: Washington is dead,
incon is dead." Then, forget
g, he hesitated a moment, aud
>ntinued: "And-I-I am begin
ing to feel sick miyself."-Bos
A Healing Gospel.
Rev. J. C. Warren, pastor of
hron Bauptist church, Uelair,
a., says of Electric Bitters: "It's
Godsend to mankind. It cured
e of lame back, stiff joints, and
omplete physical collapse. I
r so weak it took me half an
our to walk a mile. Two bottles
f Electric Bitters have made me
o strong I have just walked three
iiles in 50 minutes and feel like
ralking three more. It's made a
ew man of me," Greatest rem
dy for weakness and all Stomach.
iver and Kidney complaints,
old under guarantee at McMas
er Co.'s, and Jno. H. McMaster
SCo.'s, drug stores. Price 50e
'he soothing and comforting effeets of
)eWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, wheni ap-I
led to Piles, sores, cuts. boils, etc..
ubdues pain almzost instantly. Thlis
alve dra'w out th e in flammiration, re.
.UIs sweiig and acts asa rubef~wient,
hus circulating the blood through the
iseased parts, pernuttimg or anhlng
ature to permanently remove the
oubi entirely. Sold by all dealers.
Excursion Rates via Seaboard A
Account Mardi Gras at Ne
Orleans, Mobile and Pensacol
tde Seaboard Air Line will, o
February 21st to 26th, inclusiv'
sell tickets to these points at th
rate of one first-class fare plus 2
cents for the round trip; fina
limit March 3, 1906. Exte-ns-io
until March 17th cin be secure<
upon payment of fee of 50 cents
Liberal stop-ove'r allowed in boti
Louisville, Ky, acccunt De
partment of Superintendence
National Association; tickets o0
sale February 24th to 247th, in
clusive; final limit March 4, 1906
rate one fare 1plus 25 cents for th
Nashville, Tenn., account Vol.
unteer Movement for Foreign Mis
sihns; tickets on sale February
26th to 28th, inclusive; final limit
March 19th; rate one first-class
fare plus 25 cents for round trip.
The Seaboard offers attractive
service to all of the above points.
For full information, reservations,
etc., write W. L. Burroughs,
T. P. A., No. 1323 Main Street,
Columbia, S. C.
This ailment is usually caused by
rheumatism of the niuscles and may oe
cured by applying Chamberlain's Pain
Balm two or three times a day and
rubbing the parts vigorously at each
application. If this does not afford re
lief, bind on a piece of flannel slighly
dampened with Pain Balm, and a quick
relief is almost sure to follow. For sale
by Obear Drug Co., and all medicine
A Remarkable Incident.
The following item appeared in
the Vicksburg Whig in Augst
4ne of the niost singular and
remarkable instances of random
shooting we remember to have
heard occured during Farragut's
run of the blockade. Just as his
flagship, the Hartford, reached
the river midway opposite the
city, a shell struck one of hcr
guns, which was being loaded,
fair in the muzzle, and passing
into it, exploded the charge,
burst the gun and killed the
Indigestion is eqqly oyecome by the
qqa Af I4odol 'rp.epsia, because this
remedy digests what you eat and gives
the stomach a rest-allows It to recu
perate and grow strong again. Kodul
relieves Indigestion, Belching of Gas
Rour Stomach, Heart-Burn, etc., and
enables the digestive organs to trans
form all foods into the kind of rich red
blood that mak es health and strength.
Sold by all dealers.
Senator Tillman beljees there.
is ng proper way of selling liquor
except his way. Ersoept for .the
exception he is correc t.-New
berry C) bserver.
Perfection can only be attained in the
physical by allowing Nature to appro
priate and not dissipate her own re
sources. (Cartharties gripe, weaken
dissipate, while DeWitts Little Fari~
Risers simply expel all patrid nigt e
and bile. thu-. glicing size hi er to a's
sgine iiqrnlm su~visy, Good for the
eornplexion, Sold by all dealers.
from cottoi i
Fish scrap is use
under all-crop cc
for ithe Royster ti
Colum bia. S.C.F
SPECIAL PRICES ON
During court week we will
offer at cut prices special bar=
gains in 3=piece Suites, Single
Dressers, Washstands and Iron
Beds. Come in and take a look,
and if pleased let us fill your
R. W. PHIL LIPS.
I have greatly enlarged my stock and am
now carrying a large and varied stock.of
Hardware, Glassware, Tinware, Glassware,
Everything in the Hardware line.
A large assortment of Agateware.
Special attention called to my stock of Pipe
Fittings and Wagon Materials.
Bring me your repair work. Special atten
tion given to repairing bicycles.
Highest market price paid for Furs.
T. M. HAYNES.
A Complete Assortment of Canned Goods,
Meats, Vegetables and Fruits
A Full Assortment of
Pickles and Catsups.
A Variety of
Cakes and Crackers, Prunes
and other Fru its.
G0. A. WHITE,
Baker and confectioner.
for Big Crops
Fewer acres, lighter labor, larger yields-a happy
combination secured with FARMERS' BONE, the
tiizer proved perfect by twenty-one years of great
fr~m Southern soil. Farmers' Bose is richest in
'food for every stage of planrt growth from planting
arvesting, and is suited to a great diversity of crops,
o corn, wheat to small tru&k.
Masle witIe Fish
i m every ton of Frmes' Bone, insuring nourishment
ditions and making it famous as a crop saver. Lok
RE'S THE SA L E S RECORD
INK OF THE CROP RECORD
1900-58,455 TON S
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