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Nuna|ly 9S Candies.
Fresh Shipments in To-day.
Fresh Shipments Every Tuesday.
JNO. H. McMASTER & CO,
Phone 39. Druggists.
IS JUST A MONTH OFF, BUT WE ARE
A MONTH AHEAD
WITH THE NECESSARIES THEREFOR
FRUIT CAKES. = = = =
Call and give us your order now for a
Special Fruit Cake.
New lot of PRESERVES and JELLIES just in.
C. A. ROBINSON.
Our need for money at
this time gives you the best
opportunity of getting bar=
gains throughout our entire
stock. Special a t t e nt i O
called to thie close prices on.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
NOTIONS, Etc. Come here
and save money.
Too much rain xnd too little money is the reasor
I am selling for the present, for spot cash, an all~
wQo dress or waist flannel in the following colors:
~lack, Green, Pink, Light Blue, Medium Blue,
Dark Blue and Garnet at
21c a Yard,
Don't let the opportunity. slip.'
GEO. R. LAUDERDALE.
W/HEN YOU COME
samaJ~an ld mno ZuuaI '$oM~ This
Wednesday, October I1, 1906.
-Salesday next Monday.
- -Mi s. Longstreet Gartt spent
Monday in Columbia.
--Misses Lucy Matthews and
Carrie Stewart are -vit tlh Bee!
-Miss Harriet Moor 8 Spar
tanbug spent Sunday wit;a Miss
-14he fourth cott.n k ning
report wi include all the ~ttoD
ginned to Nov. 1.
-Miss Hattio Sitgre.ves has
gone to Marion to tak charge of
a school near there.
-Rev. J. R. 'McAlpi.n, nent
several days in town th past
week with his fatily.
-Ms Richard Cal(' ; )1 of
Charlestor spent the p;LS week
with her mother, Mrs. Eunice
-liss Julia Campbei r e
turned to her home in Beanfort
Monday after spending the past
week in town with friends.
-Mrs. E. M. Matthews re
turned to New York yesttr3ay
after a week's stay with the
family of Mr. R. T. Matthews.
-Everybody went to the fair
and met everybody else, had a
ood time and came back 1oo'
worn out for the next day', wock.
-Miss Bessie Stevenson of
Stearns, N. C , who has been
spending the pist week with rela
tives and friends in town, returns
to her home to-day.
-Miss Mamoe Taylor returned
to Columbia Monday after hav
ing sp nt a week in town with
her aunt, Miss Mary Poole, who
has been quite sick.
-There will be special services
at the A. R. P. church this week
beginning Friday evening. There
will be two services on Saturday
and alro on the Sabbath.
-Special services are being
condneted at the Methodist church
by the pastor, Henry Stokes.
The hours are 4 in the afternoon
and S in the evenirg. These
services will continue to day and
-Rev. J. Earle Freeman of
ong Run spent Monday in town.
Eis friends in Fairfield regret to
learn -that he has accepted the
call to the church at Ward's. He i
will-leave for his new work about
the first of the new yoar. I
Foohewhohave aend with their
grn aents at Coronaca for the
Ipast three years, came in Mon
day and will now make their
home with their father, who hgs
moved into his cottage on High
Street within the past week.
-Miss Mattie Ma.rtin has re
turned to Greenville to the ofiices
of Messrs McCallough and Mc
Swain. She had rendered thn
such effieient scrvice tha; after
he had gone they missed her so
Imuch that they sent for hier to
come bacik. The p'aoe she had
with the Caldwell Dry Ooods
(company is now being fliled by
oughiy in todch with the business
in all its details, h iving been a
m st successful saleslaly for4
. I desire in caill the attention of
the hadits of Vairfield pouinty to
the fact that my stock of milli
ary is being constantly refllled
aud that I have just received a lot
f college bats, the very latest
thing out in milline ry. I shall ha
pleased to have them cell and see
Mr s. J. L Richmond.
For Over Sixty Years.
I M'u. Wmanw'sO' SorrrSo SYRLP
has bee~n used for over 130 yeaxrs by nuli
hion~ of mot hers fr thir chidren
.ehile teethi:'a wvithI perfe't :-uceCss
la all p 'in eros wind1 cohie, :and
i t he bet ren dy f.:r I )arrnI(ea It
wil! relievye the- por Uile sullrer h;n
n~eiatelv Sod b d rugg ist in every
it of the orld. Twety-fi ye cenits
htt1a. He su re ad as for '6.\ rs
iso' Sothn eyx'rup," aind take
At the Colonial Inn.
Alratdy the tourists for the~
C'lnil~-Iuu are beginning to
~rre. There camne in last week
Mr. and Mrs. P'ist of Bernards
vile, N. .f., arnl their two children,
glelen and( Marion, and their
--id. They' will probably remain
for several we ks. Others are
e\2cted to arrive soon aua there
is every .assurance that every
tvaiable space in this old colo
Kjia mansion will he occupied this
cason. Misses Reynolds and
Vandrheff are giving the Inn
their personal attention and
things are berug put in the very
W~fow about that last wintei
suit? Before putting it on, brjng
it arou:nd and let me make it nev
for you. All wor~k first-clays
-o'aot joinin tepressmfl
euby Only one dollar a monti
ad your Clothes kept in the bes
Istyle. Keep your clothes righ
u to date by having me to d
..ur work for you. Isaiah Ben
- - rtltt~~M~~rYof Mrs. E. JI
She has tt la:=t cntered whlre hkca.sing
are so sweet,
And .Jesus ives with her there;
And by His spirit and blood her cleans
ings are complete,
And she need never have no fear.
She has at last gone to her honie,
Gone where the angels stay,
Gone to see the loved ones she nuissc<
Oi, how happy she seemed to be.
She is free from all temptations,
Free from all our care,
Oh, what a joyOuS salvation
And a crown of righteousness she hm
been given to wear.
Olh, how sad it seemed to be,
So hard for us to hear;
Come; she 1-; dying,
So much we could hardly bear.
When from us a precious form,
Which we always tended with such
So rudely taken from our bosom,
How we long for her in such despair.
ood-bye, children, do not weep for me,
For I am old;
hough sleeping in the low and silent
The Lord knows whom He taketh
and whom He gave.
Around the grave we linger,
And the evening sun is riot yet low;
But still we feel we have nothing more
to live for,
But the form we cherislied so.
But in that beautiful city,
Where death doesn't conie;
And some day we too will be called
To "Home; Sweet Home."
October, 1906. A Friend.
If you have lost yourboyhood spirits
ourage and confidence of youth, we
offer you new life, fresh courage and
'reedom from ill health in Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea
yr Tablets. Jno. H. McMaster & Co.
.Sixty Weeks for $1-75.
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.THE YoCTH's CoMVAIOX
14 Berkeley SW., IBoston, Mass.
IfU a aticle is :iitata i, the original.
always best. Tinik it over, and
ee you go to buy that box of salve
0 keel) around th-e house, iet De\Vit's
Vitch Hazel Salve. I t is the original
nl the niamie is stamnped on every box.
Joad for euzemia, tetter, boils, cuts and
iruises. and especially recommended
r piles. Sold by all druggists.
XR RbNT-Five-room house
with' g rden, etc. Apply to
J. 0 Boag.
FOR BALE (TEAPTh:eecOne
IIorse Wiyous. Call andi iee
tiemn before some3 one else gets
ahead of you. A. M. Owens.
WANTED-TWO Cows, Mus~t
give three or four gallons of
rich milk and be gentle, youg
and sotyud. Address giving
description and price. D. T.
Kinard, 1011 Henderson S t.
Columbia, S. C. 1t
Fairfield Cotton Mills.
The annual meeting of the Stock
-olde s of the Fairlield Cot ton Mill
will be, held in. the! P'r.idenit.' room 0
lhc W\in 1sboro Ban k, \\imnsbo)ro
5 ('., on the 8th day of Noven b -r
W1 \. CATIICAiT,
10-2 Secretary and( Tre umurer.
Notice to Creditors.
Al persons having claims again~
the Jate M iss E. C. Nelson are hereb:
required and( warnedi to present then
tthunersigned, duly attested. a
reuiednbd law. If not presented
wvithin the timke required by law the;
will not be poid. ' PU. WFF.
Ocoer es, 1906. - Ex-cu tor.
Notice to Greditbrs.
\n pe rsons having claims again
tt i tatoI' of Jim. W. .Jeflarcs, decease<
w i d( the same, duly attested,
he undersigned at Leeds, S..L-.. it. I
I). No. 2, or to myv attorney, Jno. 3
Wise, (hester, S. C.
' SAMUEL WP I(;IT,
Administrator Estate Jno. W. Jetrare
We want 6,700 bushels of goo
sound Cotton Seed, and would ask:
frcrs to5C see usefore sedhing. SI
cia prices otrered oni lots oft .50C
10000 bushels delivered at Adge
\Vinnsb oro or 1 yktoni. . rOicu a(
cm':nc es for U~:unloaan1atireighjt dei
t n Winsboro. 'We w&il wvatt on y
six days in every week. .thanki
ou for your three years' patroum
a nd asking you to contmnue,
.) E. T. Ml fLLING,
1 O-.11 mi g n
We Wish to Let You Know 1
We ask you specially to look at our I
want to impress on you the fact that
made right, will fit right, and
prices right; we don't ask to double our n
A SMALL PROFIT and give you full valu
to $2o.oo fto fit regular made, stout and .
we are furnishing in worsteds and cassin
do you good. There are lots of cotton woi
Let us sell you a Real Wool Suit.
In SHIRTS, COL
we have just what will suit any man of
cotton or wool.
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we have in the good, solid shapes and in
your eye and price to please your pocket.
hats made in the United States.
WE LIKE TO TALK SHC
what shoe value is, and furnish the b(
want. We can please you also in all sha
in price, but we have cut off our profit s<
We take it that you want te save yo1
had for tL price you pay. Try us on th
side of it. CALL ON US.
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Rubber tire. Wor1k
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Lhat We Have a First=Class
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ioney on Clothing, we PUT ON ONLY
e. We have Suits in price from $3.50
;lim men. At $10.00, $12.50 and $15'00
leres goods that ARE WOOL, and will
rsteds on the market that pass as wool.
LARS and TIES
good taste. Also Underwear, either
S= = - -
new shapes--soft and hard--to please
From $1.50 to $3.00. we sell the b est
ESBECAUSE WE KNOW
st value whatever grade. of shoe you
pes. It is true -leather -has gone high
> as to give you full value.
ur money and get the best that can be
is proposition and we will prove our
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r $2.00 E EiiiE
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