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we were buyin
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but\they have 1
until you see
prices ' Will c
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re you ready for yc
rnot, let Us suppl3
Now in Boxes and
C. A. R(
Now is the t
If you need a
line give mi
mets only $1.60
cii only $1.60 a
varre only $1.6%
Come and see v;
are here. =
I am still
Raisins and C
Dates and Figs
hat the cotton crop is
t didn't know it when
oils and Other
it the largest line that
rcught to Winnsboro;
.o be sold. Don't buy
our line and get our
mmence opening this
[Master & Co.,
ig =:= Tomorrow
ur Thanksgiving Dinner? If
uts, Pickles, Sauces, etc.
in Bulk. Give us a call.
ime to buy your
;hoes, Hats, etc.
inything in my
: a call.
.Cigars. Dan Em=
a box. Grand Coun=
ox. Prince of Na=
n box.. ===
rnat Cigar Bargains
d, a car of AMERI=
FENCING of all
is the best and
e on the market.
the iTurkey; Currants,
itron for |the Fruit Cake.
also. Fruit Cakes made
Wednesday, November 28, 19C
'-Mr. Frank Withers, busine
manager of The State, attendE
the funeral of Mr. Paul Brice.
--Mrs. J. T. Ligon*of Anderst
visited her father, Mr. Jas. j
Brice, last week.
-Mr..Robt Brice of Columbi
was a visitor to, Winnsboro t1
-Miss Lucille Mimnaugh c
Columbia is the guest of Mr:
-Mrs. J. S. Cathcart and Mr
George Lauderdale spent Thurs
day in Columbia.
-Mrs. Rosa Gettys and Mis:
Kate Mellichampe were in .owi
last Wednesday for the Bonlware
-Mrs. Belle DesPortes o
Ridgeway is visiting Mrs. T. M
Mrs. T. C. Elliott is visiting
her son, Mr. H. L. Elliott, ii
Miss Nannie Cummings haf
gone to Columbia where in the
future she will Uve with her fath.
er, Mr. J. H. Cummings.
-Miss Edna Robinson whc
has been visiting her sister, Mrs,
Addie Willeford has returned t<
her home in Edgemoor.
-Misses Ella Beaty a n c
Margaret Neil are visiting friend&
at Winthrop College.
-The Presbyterian pulpit waE
ably supplied Sabbath morning
by Dr. W. T. Hall of Columbia
-Miss Eliza Lyles has re
turned to Winthrop College aftei
a visit to her parents.
-Don't ask Mr. Skinner if the
train is on time, but how man3
hours before he expects it.
-Mrs. G. E. Steadman of Co
lumbia and Mrs. W. A. Roach of
Charleston, visited their sister
Mrs. W. H. Witherow, last week
-Master Ernest Phillips haE
been quite sick of intermittenl
fever at the home of his parentE
on Main street. He is convales
-Rev. R. A. Child, financial
agent of Wofford College, spent
Thursday in town in the interest
of Wofford's endowment fund.
He met with a hearty response.
-The merchants are beginning
to put on display their Christmas
goods much to the delight of the
youngsters, who are already
dreaming of Santa Claus.
-Mr. Geo. M. Wilcox of the
Columbia Theological Seminary
spent Sunday with Messrs.
Thorwell and Fulp. Mr. Wilcox
preached an' excellent sermon at
MEt. Olivet church Sunday morn
Mr. D. A. Crawford is now in
the western markets and will soot
be back with a carload of brood
mares, as is announced in his new
advertisement to day. Be sure
to see him at once.
-Mr. Edwin McDonald, whc
for the past three weeks has beer
sick at the home of his father
returned to Columbia last week
but was unable to remain and re
turned home a few days ago.
-Rev. 0. E. McDonald re
trrned Wednesday night after a
week's stay attending the annua
mee'ng of the synod of th
A. R. P. church at Camden, Ala
Mrs. 3. Q. Davis and Miss An
nie Davis have gone to Columbu~
to attend the Davis-Andersoi
wedding. Miss Annie is to be
Rev. W. R. Smith has accepte<
the pastorate of the Long Ru
IBaptist church and it is announce<
that he will make his home her'
in Winnsboro. He will be gladi;
-if any one has found an o
fice key, a favor will be3 confenie<
by leaving the same at the New
Iand Herald office so that it ma;
be returned to its owner.
-Some fine specimens of sec
I ond crop apples have been lel
at this office by Mr. Palme
Spence of Ridgeway.
-Rev. Henry Stokes, pastor c
Ithe Winn sboro charge, will leav
this morning of the annual cor
ference which opens in Columbi
to-day with Bishop Wilso
presiding. Mr. Stokes will carr
with him a splendid report an
)kis return to this work is cor
-The Southern's southboun
train No. 33 broke down at Blyth4
wood last Thursday morning at
an extra engine was sent fro:
Columbia to pull it. Everythir
was all right until the fated t.ra
reached Ridgeway, where it brol
down again and was delayed f
several heurs. You2had better tal
a week's supply of provisio:
along and make your will befo
you board a train to go a n
Idistance which you can't walk.
-Mr. Preston Rion return
Tuesday night from a visit to t
State f~air of Florida, held
Tmalast week. His trip 3
an ideal one save the misfortu
he encountered with his suit ca
I which was relieved of several*
teresting souvenirs, s u c h
oranges on the limb, pineapp
, --G~bess which two of t he
county officers were settling the
labor problem one day last week
6. by putting in two cords of wood
in the court house. Good ex
ample this from such an official
-The Rhodes-Bratton Comedy
in Co. gave a series of three enter
' tainments in the Thespian Hall
last week, all of which were
a liberally patronized by the public.
e They have a very good troupe.
The boy contortionist is good
if and the special features were the
. violin work of Mr. Rhodes and
the comedian acting of Mr. Brat
ton. The show was clean through
Thanksgiving services will be
held in the A. R. P. Church to
norrow morning at 11 o'clock.
The collection will be for the or
phanages of this church..
-The regular meeting of the
John Bratton Chapter, U. D. C.,
will be held at the residence of
Mr. Mary Gerig Monday after
ioon, at four o'clock. A full
attendance is requested, as this
is an important meeting.
- Don't forget the lecture cf
Dr. McCain Friday evening at
the Thespian hall in behalf of the
Winnsboro public library.
-The lecture of Dr. McCain
Friday evening should be-well
attended. Every one interested
in helping the public library will
do well to be on hand.
There will be an oyster supper
at the residence of Mr. T. W.
Mann of the Horeb section . on
Friday evening Dec. 7th., for the
benefit of Bethel church.
Maro, the flagician.
Mr. J. F. Entzminger of Edge
field was here Monday in the in
terest of a lyceum cobrse. He
did not succeed in getting up a
number of enteitainments, but
after a canvass of the town he ar
ranged for Maro the Magician to
be here one night in February.
This is a very high class enter
tainment, and Winnsboro is to
be congratulated upon taking
such a forward move as to bring
an entertainment of this high or
der here. It is safe to say that
one such entertainment will be
worth more to the town than a
half dozen or more of the ordi
Dr McCaIn Friday Evening.
Dr. M[cCain will be here Friday
eveninig to lecture-at the Thespian
hall in behalf of the Winnsboro
public library. As announced Dr.
McCain is one of the very best
scholars in the state and never fail
to interest his lecture will be well
worth your attending. Dr. McCain.
comes here for the public library.
So in going to hear him you are
helping on a good cause as well
as taking advantage of the oppor
tunity to hear one of the most
scholrly men in the State in a
lecture that is of real worth and
No Opium in Chamberlain's Cough
There is not the least danger in giv
ing, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to
small children.as it contains no opium
or other harmful drug. It has an es
tablished reputation of inore than
thirty years as the most successful med
icine in use for colds, croup and whoop
ing cough. It always cures and is
! leasant to take. Children like it.
S,old by Obear Drug Co. and all medi
I Again we are compelled to use
1 colored supplements because of a
I shortage in our white paper.
3 This issue of The News a n d
r Herald has been put out with
great difficulty because of a
. break in our press Monday moin
ing, which has necessitated all our.
3 press work being done in one day.l
FBut for this break and our late
ness in getting an additionol
printer. which we have so much
- needed, we have not been able to
t make the changes in our adver
r tisement that we had hoped for.
Our advertisers will understand
f this and we can assure them that
e every effort will be made to have
- the paper filled with new ads
a next week. Our readers will
n appreciate this as they like to
y have these new advertisements.
d It is now time to be getting ready
- for Christmas and the Winnsboro
merchants are going to be on
dhand with red bargains all along
a DRATING-I now have a two
g horse dray wagon running and
n will be pleased to do your
e drayings Prices reasonable.
r All work given prompt a n d
e careful attention. And also
is buying Cotton Seed on the
re street. Highest market prices
y paid for same. See me before
selling your seed. Ed. Henry,
3Freight Depot, Winnsboro,
at FOR SALE.
ne Thoroughbred Shorthorns.
se, Will sell in Winusboro salesday
n- next Monday, two thoroughbrei
a s short horn calves, six months old
les one a bull and the other a heifem
.TN(. Y TTTRNER.
We Wish to Let You Know tl
We ask you specially to look at our Ii
want to impress on you the fact that <
made right, will fit right, and
prices right; we don't ask to double our mi
A SMALL PROFIT and give you full value
to $20.00 to fit regular made, stout and sl
we are furnishing in worsteds and cassimi
do you good. There are lots of cotton work
Let us sell you a Real Wool Suit.
In SHIRTS, COLI
we have just what will suit any man of l
cotton or wool.
we have in the good, solid'shapes and in i
your eye and price to please your pocket.
hats made in the United States.
WE LIKE TO TALK SHO]
what shoe value is, and furnish the bes
want. We can please you also in all shap
in price, but we have cut off our profit so
We take it that you want to save youi
had for the price you pay. Try us on this
side of it. CALL ON US.
w-ALSO FULL LINE BOYS' AND CHILD
Part cash, balance xw
This Week WelCall Special Attention
Our stock of Ready-to-Wear Hats i
mtost complete in town. Money say
buying your Millinery here. Come
too for your Dress Goods and Notior
You will come here for all your gr
Fresh Canned Goods, both Meat
Best Patent Flour at lowest price
Blue Ribbon Extracts.
- Fine Cigars and Tobaccos.
The Best Fruits all the time.
S. C.J O HN ST'
tat We Have a First=Class
ne of CLOTHING,andwe
>ur Clothing is the RIGHT KIND
wea r right. Then we have'the
mney on Clothing, we PUT ON ONLY
We have Suits in price from $3.50
im men. At $io.oo, $12.50 and $i5.-o
nres goods that ARE WOOL, and will
;teds on the market that pass as wool.
ARS and TIES
rood taste. Also Underwear, either
iew shapes--soft and hard--to please
From $1.50 to $3.00 we sell the fiest
BECAUSE WE KNOW
t value whatever grade of shoe you
es. It is true leather has gone.high
as to give you full value.
money and get the best that can be
proposition. and we will prove our
REN'S CLOTHING, ANY GRADE.
eekly or monthly.
torCH RISTMA SL
s the Musical Instruments.
R. A. BUCHANAN.
3 and Trespass Notice.
. All persons are warned not to
hunt, fish, cut timber, or permit
their live stock to come on any
part of the land owned or con
trolled by the undersigned, or
trespass in aiiy way: All tres
p assers will be prosecuted.
BUGH S. WYLIE,