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* NOW IS
Jno. H. Mcl
* Phone 39.
I have the Agency foir
Fairfield Counties. If y
the market, see me.
J. LOWRY GL
Rubbers for pin1
Phone No. Q.
Here is Your
One 30 H. P
All in fir
W. 0. McKE
I have a fes
gallon Fruit J
give me a call
( GEO. R2. L.
r Seed at
laster & Co.'s '
this Press for Chester an
u want the BEST Press or
YV, Chester, S. C.
, PINTS, QUARTS,
) HALF GALLONS.
t, quart and half
Under Winnsboro Hotel.
. Horizontal Returr
wn Stationary En
OWN & SONS,
rell, S. C.
)'s. Fruit Jars
'ts and half gal:
will be sol<
cheap for casl
to close out.
v dozens Mason's
quarts and half=
ars which I am
If you need any
I LOCAL INTELLIGHNUE
I Wedhesday, August 29, 1906.
g -Mr. Ed. Caldwell spent Sun
day in Chester.
i -Mrs. W. L. Holley is visiting
relatives in Anderson.
-Mr. Oscar Brice left Satur
day morning for Summerville.
-Mrs. Addie Williford a n d
children have returned from Edg
-Mr. W. C. Bell spent the past
week with his mother at Black.
} -Mr. T. K. Elliott, Jr., now
I of New York, is home on a visit
to his parents.
-Mr. W. C. Boyd, who now
lives at Hartsville, sper t several
days in town last week.
-Mrs. J. P. Matthevrs a n d
daughters, Misses Mary ind Ray,
have returned from LowE 11, N. C.
-Mrs. H. E. Gooding of Co
lumbia is spending a shoi t while
I with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gooding.
V -Miss Tallulah Neville o f
} Clinton is spending a few days in
I town with her friend Miss Anna
- -The interior of the stcre
room of D. V. Walker & Co. is
being painted and otherwise ial
-Rev. C. E. McDonald will
returned from the mountains this
week and will fill his pulpit Sab
-Miss Nell Gooding and Mrs.
H. L. Elliott are spending this
week at Avon with Rev. and Mrs.
B. G. Pressly.
-The Misses Quattlebaum of
Mobile, who have been visiting
Mrs. W. Quattlebaum, left Fri
day for Leesville.
-Mrs. E. P. Rosborough of
Atlanta, after spending a week
I with Mrs. J. N. Caldwell, went to
-Mrs. Mose Wooten of Colum
bia and her sister, Miss Addie
Boney of Blythewood are visiting
the family of Mr. W. A. B.ood.
-Special services are being
conducted this week, morning and
night, in the Greenbrier Metho
dist church. Day service at 10
-Mr. George R. Lauderdale
has just returned from New York
and Baltimore, where he has been
buying goods. He will be he.ard
from later on that line.
-Treasurer Scruggs is confined
to his home with fever and his
office will be closed for several
days. His many friends wish for
him a speedy recovery.
--Mr. and Mr. J. 0, Boag are
back from the northern markets
and they will soon have some very
interesting announcements for
their customers throughout the
S-The Monticello boys crossed
bats with the Winnsboro team
Wednesday evening and, had
things their way at the close~ of
the fifth inning whengthe game was
caldon account of rain, the
score for the visitors being 7 to 1.
-Mr. and Mrs J. Frank Fooshe
have returned to Winnsboro after
a week's stay at Eagles Nest and
a short visit to Coronaca. They
will have rooms at tbe Duval
Hotel for a short while, after
which they will move into their
home on High street, which is
now occupied by Mrs. bK. H.
Boulware, who will move this
week into the Madden house on
-The first bale of cotton in
Fairfield county was bought at
Ridgeway on August 24th by C. P.
Wray & Co. from Adam Mickle,
colored, of the Longtown section.
The third quarterly conference
for the Winnsboro charge will be
Sheld in the Methodist church of
Winnsboro next Saturday, Sep
tember 1st. Preaching at eleven
o'clock Saturday and Sunday by
IRev. R. E. Stackhouse, presiding
elder of the Rock Hill district.
It is expected that the presiding
elder will fill the appointment at
Greenbrier in the afternoon.
It arouses energy, develops and stim
ulates nervous life, arouses the courage
'of youth. It makes you young again
That's what Hollister's Rocky Moun
tan Tea will do. 3.5 cents, Tea or Tab'
lets. Jno. H. McMaster & Co.
And lie Simply--Thought.
She was a bright girl and the2
were at a base ball game. Sh<
had won his enthusiaEstis heart b'
understanding the game right ofi
He loved her more than if shi
had been his sister. "It remind:
me of the household," he sayE
"the plate, the batter, the foul
and the flies." "And it remind
me of the marriage," she addec
"First the diamond, where the
are engaged, the struggle and th
hits, when the men goont. an
finally the difficulty they have 1
etting home." Then he sat an
hought and thought.
WORLD'S BEST DRINK
Deep Rock Ginger Ale. F(
sale by R. A. Buchanan.
Th Problem soled.
Pather: "Now, see ho! if
youa marrY that young pauper,
how on eartL are you gomg to
live?' Sweet Girl: "Oh, we have
figured that all out! You re
member that old hen my aunt
gave me?" "Yes," "Well, I have
been reading 61 poultry circular,
and I find that a good hen will
raise twenty chicks in a season.
Well, the next season that will
be twenty hens; and as each will
raise twenty more cbicks, that
will be 420. The next year the
number will be 8,400, the follow
ing year 168,000. and the next
3,3GO,000! Just think, at only
fifty cents apiece we will have
$1,680,000. Then, you dear old
papa, we'll lend you some money
to pay off the mortgage on this
For Over Sixty Years.
Mas. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
has been used for over 60 years by nil
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain; cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It
will relieve the poor little sufferer in
mediately. Sold by druggists in every
part of the world. Twenty-five cents
a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take
no other kind.
The Bishop's 1,000 Pounds.
The Bishop of London tells the
following story: "I was sitting in
my room one morning very busy
when I was told that alady wanted
to see me. I was very busy, and
alaost said at first, 'Oh, I'm too
bus- v to see anyone this morning.'
Bu".t thought, and said, 'No, I
have nade a rule never to refuse
to se .anybody, in case it is some
one in trouble.' So I said, 'Let
the lady come upstairs.' S h e
came, and the first thing she said
to me was this: 'I was going to
ask you whether you could find a
use in your work for 1,000 pounds?'
I said, 'It is the very thing I have
been wondering all the morning
how I was going toget.J I showed
her exactly what I was going to
spend her 1,000 pounds on, and
the whole scheme was carried
"To Cure a Felon,"
says Sam Kendall, of Phillips
burg, Kan., "just cover it over
with Bucklen's Arnica Salve and
the Salve will do the rest." Quick
est cure for Burns, Boils, Sores,
Scalds, Wounds,s Piles, Eczema,
Salt Rheum, Chapped Hands,
Sore Feet and Sore Eyes. Only
25c at Jno. H. McMaster & Co.'s
drug store. Guaranteed.
Quinine hlost In Demand.
When a Chestnut street drug
store clerk was asked recently
what the drug in greatest general
demand was he replied: "'Well,
if you cat out the toilet prepara
tion and lotions, some of which
might fairly be called drugs, it's
quinine, which is far ahead of all
"Some people take it all the
time, and nearly all others take
it on special oceasions, and we
hand out more of it than anything
else. The people who take it
egularly find it a tonic. In
reality it's not only that, but a
stimulant, and, of course, when
used that way it has its b a d
effects. The last time I heard
the figures this country was using
more than 100 tons a year, and
it's certainly no less now.
"Most people think of South
America as the source of the
main supply of quinine, but it,
isn't. There is where it w a *s
originally found, but most of that
now on the market comes from
India, Ceylon and Java. Some
experiments are being made to
grow the cinchona trees in the
Southern states, but so far they
don't amount to much."--Phila
Ask any "JAP" that you may see,
"Why the Czar, with Bear behind,"
had to climb a tree.
The Yanks, God bless the Yanks, says
They gave us Rocky Mountain Tea.
Jno. H. McMaster & Co.
lie Isn't Coming Back.
"A woman rushed into the tele
graph office the other day," says
an exchange, "and informed the
operator that her husband had
gone to New York to get a banner
for the Sunday-school, but she
had forgotten to tell him the in
scription and ho~w large the ban
ner was to be. She then wrote
a telegiam containing the needed
information and handed it to the
operator. It read: "My Dear
Frank, Savory Hotel, New York
City: Unto us a child is born,
eight feet long and two feet wide."
The husband is still in the city
and it is rumored he isn't coming
SFOR TORPID LIVER.
Atrpid Ilver deranges the whole
system, and produces
Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheu
-matism, Sallow Skin and Piles
- rereIs no better remedyfor thes
mnmonl diseases than DR. TUT .
r LVER pIL., as a trial will provi
ITake No Substitute.
Get ready for hot weather b3
have just what you want, and
our White Goods:, the finest ar
to 5oc. the yard; fine Wash C
Linon and many styles of lace
Fine colored Lawns, Mulls, 0
a yard; a specially pretty line a
We can trim all these for yot
Laces and Embroideries ever si:
but the prices are cheap.
In light Silks we are showing
39c.; fine soft Jap and China at
values in silk.
Our April business the best w
we have the styles, the quality
and then the prices are low. M
goods by express and can please
Up=to-date in style and qualil
in Oxfords, Gibson Ties, Vici, Pa
prices as low as they have ever 1
Oxfords at Soc. a pair. Gents' I
er, Gun Metal Calf; all the new E
Some Prints at 4c. the yard; 3
14 yards Androscogan Bleach $i,
Sixteen dozen fine Negligee Sl
and $1.25, special price 50c. and
There is a reason for spending
it will pay you.
We are Distributi
We will keep a ft
and Records at low
Call and miak
300 latest reco
EL. L ~ LmWa
strands of plain~ barb
~ lately pig-tight a
A carload of ELLWOOD field fencing,"a
the d ifferent- styles of fence.
Buying in this quantity, we are able
will almost bring it within reach of ev<
We will be glad to figure with any on
getting light weightgoods. We
especially invite you to look at
d sherest Organdies, price ioc.
rgandie, Persian Lawns, India.
rgandie. Lawns as cheap as ,5cA
t ioc. and 12 x=2c. a yard.
with the prettiest patterns of
own here. We sell fine laces,
in black and white Suziene at
5oc. and 75c. These are great
,e ever had. The reason for it is
and variety to please'every one,
le are constantly getting new
you in the newest styles.
y the best; just what you want
tent Leather and White Canvas;
)een. A job lot Ladies' White
ow shoes in Vici, Patent Leath
hapes; prices the lowest, quality
inch Unbleach 4c. the yard;
firts just received, worth $i.o
75c. Get some of these.~
your money with us, because
y Goods Co.
ng Agents for the
; Machine Go:
1ll line of Machines
rds on hand.
od hog fersec. More of this style is used
cs cornbined. In connection with several
cd wire, it puts up a fence that is abso
nd will also turn large stock.
nd can supply your wants in most all
to make some very low prices, which
e who is thinking of doing some fencing.
W. C. EBEATY CO.