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PUBLISHED WEEKLY WINNSBORO9 S. C. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1906.-SALSHDi4
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GOODS AND PRICES COU
We have the goods and w<
the prices. Our goods must be
and so the prices have been
please. See us before buying:
DRY GOODS, CLOTHIla
BAGGING and TIES,
BUGGIES and HARNES
We will save you money.
M. W. DO~
H. W. HANAHAN &
Engines, Boilers, Gins, Grist Mills an<
ning Machinery overhauled.
Wagon, Buggy and General Repair s
Agents for Witte Gasoline Engines
gines carried in stock.
AT EST OPPO
ield county to buy ju
hat will suit your pu
ig Furniture in carlo
I never know what il
ig of money till you
e and our store is fil
You can not afford t<
)m Suites in great variety,
om $6.50 to $30.00. A sp]
iem go fast.
eds==the largest stock of t
reatest bargains in an All=
acks at exceptionally low 1
for the man of the house.
s and Chairs in the greate
There are some lovely one
he very first we started ou
high grade furniture. Oui
r till now we can'satisfy tl
w well you can be pleased
BIG EVENT AT GREAT FALLS. 'fC
T Corner Stone ofage Power Hioure
I. Laid with Impressive Ceremionies.
(Charlotte Observer, Oct. 6th.) E
NT.In the presence of a disting- L
. guished gathering at Great Falls, B
S. C ., yesterday afternoon, Miss t!
Shave Mary Duke, of Duihamn,laid thea
corner stone of the large power ?
moved house there a dedicated the
,plant to "the upbuilding and up. F
put tolifting of the South, her indus *J
put to tries and her instiutions."
The occasion was a notable I
our one. There were present Mr. J.
B. Duke, of New York, Mr. and
[G, Mrs.-B. N. Duike and daughter, o
Miss Mary, of Durham; Dr. and d
'Mrs. W. Gil Wylie and daughters, a
Mrs. Leach, and Miss Lucilla D. a
Wylie, Mrs. James Young, Mrs. ,s
Bell and daughter, Miss Anitan
Bell, all of New York; Mr. J. I
W. Cannon, of Concord; Misses t
Louise Wadsworth and Mary t
Spencer Anderson, Messrs W. S. e
Lee, Jr., George Stephens, W. H.!1
Martin, -Jr.. Guy Winthrop and '/
L e W. D. Adams, of Charlotte. The *
______party in the Pullman car Rover s
arrived at Ft. Lawn shortly after a
'CO the noon hour. The car was at I
e ~ once switched over to the private e
line of the Southern Power Corn- I
pany and carried down to Great
5Falls, 12 miles away.
The dedication of the power.
. I house took place at 4 o'clock.
A large slab of North Carolina
-granite had been hewn from one
Fan- of the neighboring hills and its 1
face highly polished. In t h e
glistening surface had been cut
Vork. the name of the company owning1
En- the plant, the name of the station, I
En- when work was nommenced and
a ist of ofhicers and directors, as,
Open for I
st the furniture nee<
ad lots is something
: means to you in var
come and see our ofi
led with bargains I
> miss seeing the
and- in prices ranging fro
endid assortment of Toile
hese carried inI Fairfield
Felt Mattress at only $7.51
>rices. Some lovely Chiffo
Splendid offerings in Exten
st assortment. Our offer
s here. You can get just t
OUR FURNITURE I
t to fully meet the demand
- stock has been continuoi
ie demands of all. All the
here and how much mone;
lows: "Southern Power Corn- Ridgewa
~ny, Great Falls station, c Om- .--eni
nced August, 1905. .Officers. Onhevnm
. Gil Wylie, president; B. N. a brilliant bauqu
ke, first vice-president; W. S. the Knights of1
ee, Jr., second vice-president; memora'te their
.B. Arrington, secretary and sary. The lowel
easurer ' and W. H. Martin IMrs. C. L. W:
sistant secr.jary and treasurer: thrown into one
rectors: J. B. Duke, B. N. Duke, suit the occasi02
. Gil Wylie, W. S. Lee, Jr., the Knights w
L. Failler, R. B. Arrington and Iqumte a numnber
rilius Christensen. R. H. Wylie, invited.
. S. Lee, Jr., F. L. Fuller, R. Most appropri
.W. A. Leland, resident ble addresses w4
agineers." Thornwell of Foi
The dedicatory exercises passed W. J. Johnsonc
f without a hitch. Word was wrs near the mi
spatched to the many puffing lore the guests ta
rid whistling engines to cease Mr. Malcolm
rid for a few minutes there was week for the Cita
lence about a place which is Mrs. J. N. Le:
sally the scene of restless ac- relatives in Jone
vity. Miss Duke, in behalf of Miss Isabell
e Southern Power Company, the Card club
aen stepped to the front, plumb-mneonas
the stone to see if it was pro- mnron lost o
erly placed, and in a few words noo.eset ndfa
rmally dedicated the power gareet and ahs
lant. There followed a general ments were serv
iapping of kodaks and cameras Johnson will be
d after an exchange of felicita' D A.LOt
ons, the party repaired to the Dr-.L t
r and were carried back to Ft. Walterboro, wl
iawn and on to Charlotte. locate.
...- Mrs. J.M. W
For Over Sixty Years. h" f club
Mas. WINSLOW's SooTrIn( avYRU programne was
as been used for over 60 years by miil- "Life an d Growtv
ons of mothers for their children
bile teething, with perfect success. 'Colonies up to ~
tsoothes the child, softens the gumxs, W ray; "Shdem
ays all pain: cures wind eolie, an Annie Rosborou
the best remedy for Diarrhrea. .It o eQae
il relieve the poor little suihrer un fte ukr
aediately. Sold by druggists in every IFerguson. De
art of the world. T wenty-five cents ments were SE
bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs iei ilb
Vinslow's Soothing Syrup," and take ,etn w8 b
o terk. Wray's.
led for your home t
new hereabouts, an
iety to select from an
erings. Our stock i
rom one end to th
m $15.00 to $100.00. Od
: Sets at prices that are sur
county. In Mattresses w
. Has to be seen for it
niers in quartered oak, th
sion Tables and Sideboards
ings in Rockers are mos
he rocker or the chair yoi
s of the people of Fairfiel<
Lsly increased in quantit;
it is asked is that you cal
y you can save.
el . FURNITURE
f Oct. 9, quite
et was given byl
ythias to corn
floor cf Mr. and ~j'
ay's homne was ~ ~ iFH
and decorated to
. Nearly all of
re present and
of ladies were
. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
'ate and enjova- ExzeCTsvi- CHAMBER.
re made .by Dr.
t Mill and Col. Whereas information has been
ceived at this department that an at
Ridgeway. Itcosmurder was committed in t
-night hour be- County of Fairtield on or about1
ok their leave. 24th d'ay of April, 1903$, upon the bc
of Arthur Wright by Thos. McGr
ohnson left last and that the said Thios. McGriff]1
.del. fled from justice.
-.te is -isitingGo erefore, I, D. C. Heywa:
aaser s vsitng ovenorof heState of South Ca
svile. lina, in order that justice may be de~
Ruffentrtanedand the majesty of the law vindicat<
Ruf entrtained do hereby offer a reward of FIF']
in -e mng($50.00) DOLLARS for the appreh<
ednesday after- sion, delivery and conviction of t
le members were said Thos. McGriff to the Sheriff
Fairfield County at imnsboro.
rter an exciting In testimony whereof, I have he
dainty refresh- unto set iny hand and caui
ed. Miss Pearle the great seal of the State
the exthostss.be affixed, at Colunmbia, tl
the next hosess SEAL.j 8th day of October. A.
lef t last week for 190i3, and in the 131st year
iehegeto the Independence of the U
ere goe toted States of America.
D. C. HEY WARD
Ison was the last By the Governor:
Tuesday after- 10.17..it Secretary of State.
h tel ca ri h Trespass Notice.
7:3," Mrs. C. P. - __
Vitchraft," Miss All personis are warned not to hu
b; "Persecution fish. eut timiber, or p~ermit their I
,. soek to comeI eni any part of the la
;'Mrs. Lam~rK)owned or controlled by the und
iightful refresh- signed. or trespass in any way..
rved. The next trespassers wil1c pros<cued.
at Mrs. 0. L. MRS. C. 0. TR A PP.
AGISdIE N oND
ro- All old fire-tested companies with
e ample assets.
e ilwrite you in either of the above
Whecaies. Surety Bonds writ
ten in The American Surety Company
of New York.
~N. W. PALMER, Agent,
Ridgeway, s. c.
SGlassware or Tinware,
- come this way and I
will save you money.
Good bargains in.
Cigars and Tobacco;
also in Toilet Soaps
Special atten t i o n
tcalled to musical in-=
istruments -- Accord-n
neons, Harps, etc.
jR. A. Buchanan.