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Tuesday, October 24, - 1899
- Received,'new line of Golf Hats
and Tam O'shantas.
-Mr. Halbert Palmer, of Ridgeway,
who has been at work in Newberry,
has recently accepted a position in the
Bank of Union.
-After November 1st the hunting
season will open and the sportsmen
will be rejoiced. The law does not
put a stop to all hunting, as some in
dalge in the sport in spite of it, but
after the first all are free to hunt when
ever they have the time and the incli
Eat plenty, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
wiil digest -hat you eat. It cures all
forms of dyspepsia and stomach trou
bles. E..3. (amble, Vernon, Texas,
says, "It relieved me from the start
and cured me. It is now my everlast
ing friend." McM iter Co.
-Tuesday, Oct, er 31st, will be
All Halloween. From the earliest
ages this night has been celebrated by
young people with parties, at which
games of all kind are played. The
children of Mrs. Refo's dancing class
will celebrate the evening in the armory
with their little friends, and they are
looking forward to a jolly evening.
Light refreshments will be served to
the little folks.
-That there i to be a school
opened at the factory is an established
tact, and several ladies have applied
for the position of teacher in this
school. As yet, however, no one has
been elected and the date of the open.
ing is not known. There is a large
number of children at the factory who
are old enough to attend school and
the opening of one so convenient to
them will be a great advantage to
"When our boys were almost dead
from whooping cough, our doctor
gave One Minute Cough Care. They
recovered rapidly," writes P. B.
Belles, Argyle, Pa. It cures coughs,
colds, grippe and all throat and lung
troubles. McMaster Co.
-An Art League has recently been
formed in Columbia and Mrs. T. C.
Robertson was elected president. This
is a new thing for Colnmbia, but it is
succeeding admirably, as it could not
fail to do under the direction of Mrs.
Robertson, who is a woman of great
;executive ability and who is an artist
-of such wide reputation. Mrs. Eobert
son is a prime mover in all such enter
priss and is always successful in what
-Just received!I A handsome line
-of open and top buggies at
; * -For th first time in seveageas
emiu hasbeen offered for the
b-~- est county exhibit at the State fair
i November and if'suffisient effort is
made on the part of the farmers Fair
fleld can carrry it ofl This has been
al bad for the farmers but in
spit o sagaist wichthey
~becoieted that would undoubtedly
be as fine and probably finer than any
other on exhibition. This would be a
great chance to -show the possibilities
of Fairfield County.
The "Plow Boy Preacher," Rev. J.
Einkman, Belle Rive, Ill., says,
'-After suffering from Bronchial or
ilung trouble for ten years, I was cured
- ~ by One Minute Cough Cure. It is all
.that is claimed for it and more." It
cures coughs, colds, grippe and all
throat and lung troubles. McMaster
-The members of the-Timrod Asso
ciation have not yet succeeded in rais
sing the amount of money required
for the monument, and they are still
anxious to dispose of as many vol
umes of the poems as possible in order
to increase the sum on hand. The
young ladies of the Memminger
lims Association of Charleston
have offered their services to the asso
ciation to assist in the sale of the books
and have appointed young ladies to
K canvass the city and they hope to give
the association great assistance.
S -Some citizens of Greenwood, ac
cording to the Greenwood Journal,
were as badly taken in by the sharpers
connected with the Wallace Shows as
were some of our people. One man
was relieved of $620, but upon realiz
ing his loss employed a lawyer to as
sist him in recovering the money.
'.he show people and iheir property
-were arrested and held until the
money was returned to its owner.
7Numbers of people lost money here in
the same way, but $65 was the largest
amount that any one person lost and
no one took steps to recover it.
-If you scour the world you will
-never~ find a remedy equal to One
Minute Congb Cure," says Editor
Fackler, of the Micanopy, Fla.,
"Bustler." It cured his family of
Le.Grippe and saves thousands from
pneumonia, bronchitis, croup and all
throat and lang troubles. McMaster
-The papers recently have had
mu~ch to say of Fagin Martin, of
Greeuville, who died on Thursday at
the age of 78 years. He was a pe
culiar character, but was a well known
person and seems to have been a man
of great force. He gfregnently con
tributed articles to the Greenville
News which Were always read with
great interest. For years he was a
priuier and worked in the office of
the Greenville News, but during the
past few years he ha-l a sma!l farm
onrside of Greenville, but from this he
scarcely ma'de a bare living, his friends
and neighbors doing much tc help
him. Sundayfs Charlotte Observer
contained a long and interesting as
-cont of the life of this quear old man.
Grippe a22 1nfet =invariaby leave
th~sI~ itha bad cough. For
suh .JobnW.BulP'sCo Syrup
is 'igly recomniended. .s won
de remedy gives relef at opc
conquers the wo- cougbVermght
andsoon effectsa torough CT
Cures Grip e an Infuenza.
Doe r mall anatttk Dcor
Mecting of Mt. Lion Society.
There will be a meeting of Mt. Zion
Society on Thursday morning, 26th, at
10 o'clock in town hall.
G. H. McMaster, Secretary.
Buarte T Kind You Havs Always Bought
Mr. J. P. Caldwell, who several
months ago got out a patent on a
stand [for displaying goods, has re
cently patented a cotton planter, which
he has invented. The display stand
which he invented is now in use all
over the country and is recognized by
merchants everywhere as be'ng not
only a handsome piece of furniture,
but the most convenient stand for
displaying goods to the beat advantage
thst has been invented. Mr. Caldwell
has not yet realized much money from
this first invention but some has come
in and he hopes to make a considera
ble amount out of :-t as it is so widely
used. The cotton planter will nb
doubt be a greater success than his
first in rention. Mr. Caldwell has a
dccidcd mechanical and inventive
genius, and if he continues to succeed
with his inventions will rank among
the foremost inventors of the State.
For Over Fifty Years.
MRs. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
has been used for over fifty years by
millions 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. L
will relieve the poor little sufferer
immediately. 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. 1-1-17
COMING AND GNOIG
Mr. Jas. Q. Davis has returned from
Mr. T. K. Elliott is absent from
home on a short business trip.
Miss Lilla Beaty has returned from
a visit to her sister, Mrs. McLin, in
Miss Lily Hoff'man returned Monday
o Blythewood after visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Presten Rion.
Mrs. Quattlebaum returned home
Mlonday after isiting her son, Dr.
B. J. Quattlebaum.
Miss Charlotte Allston left Monday
or visi to Dr. and Mrs. William
Bishop Capr r..
Monday on his way from Yorkviio to
his home in Columbia.
Mr. W. C. Bel',-of Blackstock, has
gone to Chattanooga where his new
reversible patent plow will be mann
Dr. D. E. Jordan left Monday morn
[ug to attend Synod, which meets to
day in Newberry. Mrs. Jordan ac
companied hilL as. far as Columbia
where she will visit her daughter, Mrs.
-Miss Borne, an experienced np-to.
date milliner, has taken charge of Mrs.
Boag's millinery department this sea
son and will be pleased to serve you in
that line. Satisfaction guaranteed.
.J. O. Boag.
Millions of dollars, is the value
placed by Mrs. Mary Bird, Harrisburg,
Pa., on the life of her child, which
she saved from croup by the use of
One Minute Cough ure. It cures all
oughs, colds and throat and icng
troubles. McMaster Co.
The Greenbrier Graded School is
getting along nicely under the control
and management of its new teachers.
The children all seem to take quite an
interest in their studies.
There is a series of meetings going
on at the quarry. It is being con
ducted by Rev. Mr. Rriscoe, assisted
by Rev. Mr. McDowell. The peopte
seem to be taking quite an interest in
the meeting and we trust some perma
nent good may come out of it.
Mrs. Peurifoy's music class now
umbers sixteen. She has also a
calisthenics class of twenty. The
pupils enjoy the marches very much.
Mr. J. L. Robinson [has sold to the
Stewart Company a.'granite ledge in
the very heart of the Greenbrier sec
tion. Mr. N. Tinman is the manager
for the Stewart Company. They are
working a considerable number of
hands and it seems as if Greenbrier is
steadily progressing in all business
Mr. S. R. Rutland is selling w ater
melons as late as the eason is. The
like has not been known around~here
in our recollection. I F R.
Oct. 21, '99.
For Infantts and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
PRESTON RION, Ageni
PACIc FI E INSURCE COMPAY
Solicits a suare of the public patron
On last Saturday the infant babe o
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Black died ani
was interred at the Sandy Leve
2ravoyard on Sunday morning, th
Funeral services being cenducted b:
the pastor, Rev. Mr. Carroll, of Co
lumbia. We extend our sympathy t
the bereaved parents.
Mrs. Wm. Brown has returned fron
Sumter, after several weeks' visit t4
her daughter, Mrs. Eugene Hogan
who has been very ill.
Mrs. S. C. Hood left a few days ag<
for Gilbert, S. C., after visiting hel
mother, Mrs. Sarah Wooten.
Mrs. F. E. Hood returned home a
few days ago.
Mr. W. F. Fennell is again in Blythe,
Mr. J C. Hofman paid us a lying
visit several days since.
Miss Pet McQuatters and her mother,
of Columbia, returned home last
T hursday after a visit to Mrs. H. L.
2:ss Lilly Hood is now assistant in
the postoffice during the absence ol
her -ister, Miss Emma.
Mr. M. M. Clinkscales and family,
wL have been living here several
years, now reside in Winnsboro. We
regretted to see them leave; they will
be missed very much, especially Miss
Lois, who is very attractive.
Mr. Tom Price, of Columbia, has
been visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. W.
Mr. Forrest G. Gyles, the night
operator, has been sent to Lexington.
Mr. Monroe Watts moved his family
to Columbia last week.
Mr. George Moore, Jr., of Ridge
way, was in Blythewood Friday.
October 21, 1899. Taffy.
President King, Farmer's Bank,
Brooklyn, Mich., has used DeWitt's
Lir'le Early Risers in his family for
years. Says they are the best. These
famous little pills cure constipation,
billiousness and all liver and bowel
troubler. McMaster Co.
Mr. S. D. Craig, of Blackstock, has
gone to Wofford College.-Chester
Milions Given Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the pub
lic to know of one concern in the land
who are not afraid to be generous to
the needy and snfering. The proprie
tors of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have
given away over ten million trial bot
tles of this grer't medicine; and have
the satisfaction of knowing it has ab
solutely cured thousands of hopeless
csises. Asthma, Brohchitis, Hoarse
ness and all diseases of the Throat,
Chest and Lungs are sured by it. Call
on McMaster Co., druggists, and get a
trial bottle free. Regular size 50c. and
$1. Every bettle guaranteed, or price
Mr. Jas. H. Craig, of Blackstock,
has gone to Chattanooga, where he
haa a position with the plow company.
Working Nilght and Day
rhe busiest and mightiest little thing
that ever was made is Dr. King's New
Life Fills. Every pill is a sugar-coat
ed globule of health, that changes
weakness into strength, listlessness
into energy, brain-fag into mental
power. They're wonderful in build
ing up the health. Only 25c. per bor.
Sold by McMaster Co., druggists.
"(It did me more goodi than anything
I ever used. My dyspepsia was ol
moniths' standing; after eating it was
terrible. Now I am well," writes S.
B. Keener, Holsington.Kas , of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what you
eat. McMaster Co.
Joseph Stockford, IHodgdon, Me.,
healed a sore running for seven Tears
and cured his piles of long standing
by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
It cnres all skin diseases. McMaster
SA FINE PLANTATION AT
S For terms, address
SFARIERS AND NECHAIClS BAIIL
Columbia, S. C.
APPLICATIONS WILL BE RE
ceived up to October 27th for teacher
for' school to be opened at Fairfield
J. F. M'!MASTER,
T. H.! ~TCHIN,
J. M. s. .EWART,
WE HAVE A
car of FINE SEED
W HEA T, which we
will sell cheap for
cash or on liberal
terms. All farmers
should s o w some
13 W. DOT! & CO.
Whole Apricots in heavy
Lemor Cling Peaches.
White Wax Cherries.
f Red Pitted Cherries.
I Extra Paeked Raspberries.
Large Anderson Plums in
Heinz's Mince Meat, 2 lb.
Ft. Sumter Roasted Coffee,
a fine Mocha and Java blend,
Hecker's Oatmeal, 2-pound
Herrings in tomato sauce.
Broiled Mackerel in tomato
Fresh Deviled Crabs.
Extra quality Lunch Tongue
Extra quality Potted Chicken
All these goods can be got
at very low prices.
A FULL LINE OF
Tiernieieters ai Hyeriric
to our already complete stock,
we are prepared to furnish
anything in this line you may
need, and cheap, but the very
Call and examine our stock
before making a purchase.
DON'T FORFET US,
mo or the
R ye, Crimson Clo
ver, Turnip and
other - :eds.
Morgan's and Chil
larine Chill Tonic.
Letters of Administration.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY 0OF FAIRFIELD.
By S. 11. JOHINSTO2,Eq.,Jugd at
teestat an effects ofJaH.Cmp
TeTse ar, therefore, to~eite and admon
creditors of the said John. H. Clap, de
me in the Cour of bate, toE beld at
Fairfield Court House, S. C'., on the 25th
day of November next, aftr pubhication
sid admiitration shouudnot be grnted.
Give under my hand, this 16th day of
S. R. JiOHNSTON.
10-17-6 Judge of Probate.
N OTI CE.
OFFICE OF COUNTY SUPERVISOR.?
Winnsboro, S. C., Oct. 3, 1899.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
a meeting of the Board of Control for
the County of Fairfield will be held ix
the office of the County Supervisor for
the said County on the first day of,
November next, at which meeing ap
iplications for the position of Coxinty
IDispenser at Ridgeway will be- con
All applications for the position mast
be on file with the Board at least ten
days before said date.
J. M. HIGGINS,
W. M. CURLEE,
m -.4t~ Board of Control F. EC.
IN FALL GOODS
Millinery, Shoes and Clothii
can do best for yourself. Wt
you in quality and price. We
cheap and we sell cheap.
Money" is our motto.
Your special attention
Dress Goods. We have all
also in Silks for Waists and '
We have the most va
Flannels, Underwear, Hosierl
Our millinery rootn is pa
We have a large slock of all
wlll please you.
One of our greatest dep;
shoe stock in the county. It
shoes of any kind to give us a
We have a great attractic
ter. Gvods that sell at one c<
cents and up. Many things ]
It will pay you to trade with u
The Caldwell Dri
I AM NO)
TO MEET THE DEMA
COMMUNITY IN 0
Consistintg in nice Dresc
Trimmings, Notions, Hats, Ca
Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Lap
The Low-Price Banner v
Seeing is free; it won't c<
my immense stock and see ho'
You will not be urged t<
you what to do.
le ones eso rtn
COME AND B]
Goods shown with pleasu
refunded. Polite attention tc
HOMES MADE COM
$1.00 to $1550
40c. to 50e
Harper's Fly Traps,
J. W. SEIGLER.
For greasing and black~
ing the harness at sam
t'mie-alsofor buggy tops
or Castrolene, for axi
grease; a finae oil for th
For sale by
W. E. Aiken
MONEY TO LOAN
On farming laude. Easy payment
No commisaons hiarged. Borrow
r6y8 aCtual Copt of 'perfeCtiiig ]Oal
Ine B. ALM3'SR & SON,
104 in~Corobi, S. C.
NOW READY FOR
NEED IN DEY GOODS,
g, you want to buy where you
believe we can do the best for
buy in large quantities; we buy
[he Best Goods for the Least
is called to our fine stock of
the new novelties in Patterns;
ried stock of Domestic Goods,
, Gloves, Corsets, etc.
rticularly attractive this season
new styles, and fi:ne work that
rtments is the most complete
will pay you when in need of
n this season in a cheap coun
nt, two cents, three cents, four
ere that are wonderfully cheap.
s. Try it.
NDS OF A HARD-UP
FFERING SOME OF
VALUES IN FALL
Goods, especially in blacks,
ps, Shoes, Clothing, Blankets,
Robes, Trunks and Valises.
aves over every department in
)st you a penny to look through
vr much you can get for so little
>buy, your judgment willt4ell
re. Goods exchanged or money
. D. WILLIFORD.
I have them at 5c. per
Also a full line of most d'e
licious Crackers and Cakes,
embracing all varieties.
Crackers, Banquet Wafers,
Salted Banquets,Butter Thins.
.Cakes, Pineapple, Rasp
berry and Strawberry Sand
wiches - Brighton, Windsor
Lemons, Vanilla and Gin
Try them and be con
vinced. They are the BEST.
GIVE ME A CALL.
J.~ S. McCarley,
Dealer in Fancy Groceries
-and Baker's Bread.
Life Assurance Societ'
g of the Unte tae.
* ~ 'The management of the
C Equitable Life Assurance Society
Sin this territy is desirous of secur
iing the service of a man of char
acter and ability to represent its
interest with Winnsboro as head
Iqie :ers. The right man will be
9 tho.roughly educated in the scienc
,o ife insurance and the art c
enecessful soliciting. 'i'here is nk
- business or profession not re
qui1ring capital Mich is more re
mnerative than a life agency
~ .educted with energy and abil
ity. Correspondence with men
0emnploymeA :.a; .1.: ambitions to
attain promineucei in the profes
in is invited.
W. J. RODDEY, Mgr.,
' 4 ni Rock Hll., 5. C.
-A- **.""" FO
WRITE ImMEDIATZLY FOR
This is a fJNUiI 01,11
NO FANCY PRICES1
Do not compare cheap
goods at high prices
bIg de gods
I. Brandt's goods are hlgh grade In
juality and cheap In price.
THE REAL THING
n Watches ad Jewelry is whaty
want, and you should go to
1. BRANDT, Ckester, .ot
and overything in job lime done
as cheaply as anywhere eles m
GIVEFUS A CJANCI
Every penny spent
home is kept at homes
IN ALL ITS DEP
with a full t kLt
Caes andCoz cnaty
and use of ..Ujhe
Thankfal1 for pt abt
tation for ashareluthe
Calls attended to at