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We are prepart
wants in vehicl
ine superior to
style and servic
-- and material.'
No matter wha1
Come in and fii
P. S. The Sn
is its gna
TH" L. S.
WE PROVLI)ED FOR THE
vices. Now for the ladies. This
to please: not so. Only goods in'
stable enough to permit our nani
our '-d" without Comparative Pi
H wever here are a few. We
;c Calicos for. . ...........
81c Sheetings for...........
- 0c Bleachings for . ........
7TC Checked Homespun for.
10, Drilling for..... .......
.w Towelling for............
12.1 Towelling for..........
What do you say to Black Pe
will show you good values for yoL
this advertisement with you and <
The L. S. F
ALL ORDERS GIVE
If you want thi
Try one a)
- Such as White Flait Da'c
Top Globe, Aberdeen;,
The same kind of seed ti
fifteen years. Try them
f rom us once aie our cust
Under Winnsboro Hot
- and w
e best. Are you ready 1
it this season? S
d as never before to meet your
what we are showing. in taste.
:e. Absolute -honestY in make
ou will agree when we tell You
S THE FAMOUS
t ou want--if it's a harness or
tbat rn s cn wheels. we've
or will quickly get it.
wre with us. Everybody knows
Walker & Cos,
nsboro, S. C.
debaker nameplate on a vehicle
antee. Don't forget this.t
MORROW CO., V
ON, S. C.
BAB[ES IN OUR LAST WEEK'S AD
is harder to do. Not because they are hard 0
lhe lines which give them pleasure are not e
rig CONIPARATIVE PRICES. Remember
ies means nothing.
e ' j(- Paper of Pin- for....... ...............4c ,
7.1 e S Balls Thread for.... ...........-....5u
S , 5e-. !)-inch Pie Pan for...................2.1c
V e 1 quart Pan for .............................. . e
I6e 3 quart Pan for ............ 4e
per ar, 23c per lb. Come to our store and we ti
r money. Come and see for yourself. Bring b
lemand of us the prizes here named. h
/IORROW CO., U
ON, S. C. C.
UARTERS FOR ti
N PROMPT ATTENTION.
>rt 25. t
e best at the right price
sy terms buy
JONE~S BUGGY u
e Celebrated d
LL WAGON. 7
id be convinced.
P SE ED!!
of the Best
~r this Sedtion!
, Purple Flat Strop L-f, Purrple
Amber (Globe SoutIheni eIioA
a w'e have hanfdbt-d for the int
mid be convinced. Tho.-- whco buv
mers ever after.
ii at home again ia
rould be pleased - si
e you call, as I
I can sell you
at prices that I,
to your inter
. I auderdale.
NEiWS AND HERALD li
WINNSBORO PRINTING CO. a
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TERMS. IN ADVANCR: f
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WINN BORO, S. C. e
Wednesday, Sept. 6, 1905- r(
Newherry has voted the dis- it
eusary out by a vote of nearly t
nee to one-a mignificent tri- a
nte to the effective work of a
vans and Blease in hastening
ie doom of the Great Moral In- I
Everv one interested in see ing c
111b disppnsary voted out of Fair- v
d county should see to it that s
s name is on one of the peti- o
ions that is being circulated, t:
raving for an election for this s
urpose; 'The more signatures w
bere are to the petitions, the b
reater the weight the petitio:s it
rill have on the election, if it be t
rdered. This is the time for ft
;erv man to show where he
There was a hearing before w
iidge Townsend Monday in re- t]
ard to the recent election, which b
asulted in voting the dispensary t
ut of Union county. His decis- f(
>n was- reserved, but from the
wtimony given by the prohibi- a
onists it-is safe to predict th it iE
e will decide against making e
is t3mporary injunction per- t:
ianent. This will mean the t(
losing of the dispensaries in I
iat county. p
Our correspondents from the s
arious sections of the count v
ave our sincere thanks for thelb
iore frequet contributions of '
te. We are very glad to say to
iem that-we are now better pre- E
ared than heretofore for pub
sbing these letters and so will
reatly appreciate an increased 1
Ativity on - the part of aill our
)rrespondents. Their letters it
ce alwaya grealy enjoyed and S:
>rm a most interesting part of
The successful termination of
ie peace conference at Ports
outh is a matter for rejoicing C
iroughout the whole civilized W
orld. President Roosevelt is t(
eserving of all the praise that is
>w being bestowed upon him in
ringing to an end the war be- C4
veen Russia and Japan. His '
rt in this happy ending of a
;ruggle that was causing the
iss of so many lives is a great .'
edit to the American naton
hose official head he is.
T4e~ merchants of Winnsboro e
e busy opening their fall goods. SI
he indications are that they u
av3 .bought more heavily than
fore. There will be no excuse C
r the people of Winnsboro and iE
le surrounding country to have W
go elsewhere to do their trad- 01
.g. . There is no better place for li
e people of Fairfield county to a
their trading than right here i
Winnsboro, where they will il
24a full stock to select from p
id marked at close prices. Buy- W
g at home builds up your town. t
It is. pr'atty evident that the
>oks of the supervisors of regis- li
atin are going to have to be fu
ne over before the committee
ving in charge the petitions
r an election on the voting out
e dispensary can do its work,
the books "now show hundreds c
names of persons that have B
ther ded or moved out of the Y7
mnty. The petitioners will be o'
qiir d to gsot only one-fourth of 'r
Sre gistered voters to sign tne g'
titios-ntot one-fourth of the oA
mfi's oni the books of registra- "~
an. Thiere is quite a difference m
til' ni the two.
The retition for votiing out the tl
s ensarv have leen, freely -dis- m~
iutedl mer the whole c'ounzty. et
e part to whom the~y Ibive a
'.n waut shotuld see to it thyt th
'ery person is given the oppor- g'
uiti to sign one of these peti. to
ms The~ sooner they are to
ged, the better it will be, for ch
'erything should be done to ".
ve the election as soon as
)5ible, if an el,-dion is to be sti
d-red, as it surely will he.
ie sooner the elh etiou is held, th
e larger the vote is likely to be;M
dno efforts should be spared "*
have the vote as full as pos- 7~
>e on so vital an issue, so that t~
may be fully representatitve.
Chester's Public Library. wi
While in Ci ester a few even- in
a ago, we went into the Giles chi
iterson Public library for a in
~rt while. This library hias
)t desirale quarters in a most inl
itable ro in the city hall, I
iich was set aside for this pur
se through the wise foresight cL
that honored son of Chesterw
unty, whose name it bears, to
c library took form about four
'RIS ago ai in titt time tw
brmy has acq-iired about 1100
o)ks, aimonig wvhich nuibe'r
re so,- very valuable volumes.
le library also subscribes to a
11o.1 niumb r of periodicals,
'hibc are permitted to be taken
-om the room after being in a
iven time. The library associt
on now has about sixty members
ho pay annual dues of .2.00
ich and who seem to be making
nod use of their very excellent
pportunities for getting the best
3 iding matter at so small cost.
In addition to the fauds aris
Ig from mleim! ,erAip f, Is, the
>wli council iiiNnke :-1n nalU:LI
pproprialion of -10 ) f.,; the
apport of to lin..y a veV
'ise expenditu f 01 a p-1 LIE the
ublie funds. Souit unds are
[so raised tbroug h eutei taitnients
tc. Then, too, a vomni's ex
hangeis cumlueteid in connection
'iththe library. This, as its name
uggests,is a place whei e the ladies
f Chester place on sale such ar
eles as they may make aid the
%me are sold by the librarian,
ho charges a small per cent f.r
er service, the funds thus aris
ig going to defray tOe expenses of
2e library. This is a profitable
The librarian is Mrs. Julia
loan,a native of Fairfield county,
ho takes great interest in the
ork entrusted to her care. At
iis season of the year, the li
rary is open six hours a day,
wo hours in the morning and
ur hours in the evening.
In a room opposite the library
ud under the same supervisiou
the Chester museum, which
:tains a splendid collection of
ie woods and minerals of Ches
)r county. This collection was
iade by Prof. A. H. Green, who
laced the county under lasting
bligations to him through this
3rvice in making an exhibit of
We were very much gratified
> see that our - sister town is
aking such fine progress in the
atter of providing for its read
ig public. When one considers
ie small price of membership,
31y $2.00 per year, as compared
itb the fine advantages offered,
is a surprise that in a town the
ze of Chester there are not
ore members for such a worthy
There is a suggestion in con
action with this work of the
hester public library that is
orthy of consideration by other
>wns. We refer especially to
e fact that the town furnished
e room, which saves the asso
ation from that terrible drain
starting any similar interprise,
mt, and it also provides in part
r the support of the library
vo most commendable features
deed. If the library here in
rinnsboro. which has had such
hardioad of it up to the pres
it time, could have a little
milar support, its sphere of
efulness would be much larger.
re trust that this example of
bester's public officials in help
g on so worthy an enterprise
ill be emulated here and in
her towns also. The public
brary is more and more gaining
place in popular favor; and
te town that fails to make
tiS provision for its reading
blic is not in the fullest touch,
ith one of the greatest of all
e educational movements of
*e present tune
Success to Chester's public
Jrary. May its sphere of nee
Iess be greatly increased.
Our Ridgeway L~etter
Ridgeway, Sept. 4.-Cotton re
ipts for the year 1904-5 for
igeway were in excess of any
!ar previous, being 6,872 bales,
in round numbers 7,000 hales.
s does not alone indicate the
iod crop raised by the farmrers
tiis vicinity, but is an index
Rideway's growth as a cotton
aket and as a place where one
not only sell the product of
eir fatrmN, but can buy anything
at is to be hadl outside of such
rk-ts as Coluimbit, Chariot te,
. The merchants of our town
e thoroughly aware of the facet
at if they do not carry the
os i stock they can not hope
i tiect a sale, -i nd all arVe trying
exel in lines a d pric--s. You
n ind in sto k abniost any tool
eded on the fa in, wagois, bug
n, h~ii nlss, I te , at I lmost any
>re in town.
M~rs. IE zeb Lhof:u''on diied
5ifl orin ig about 8 ('clock.
r-s. Lfluh was one of Rideg
ia's ohlest r#,sidtus, b~eingl 88
ars old. She le a yes ,n daug h
Mrs. Lauhcan posst ss< d all the
its of a tra's (brietian and
ll be mnourne-d by many friends
Ridgeway and vicin ity. The
~euet will be in the M. E
urch cemetery Tuesday morn
Sat 11 o'cl'ck.
Oapt. W. .T. .Johnsou will more
.o his handsome new store this
M.r. PR. B. Sessions has pur
ased the stock of gools of
B. Hogan and will ran an up
date dry goods and notion es
On last Wednesday afternoon
Ridgewar a thewood play
ed a game of base b.t!, probably
the last of the season. The;
score at the end of the sixth in
ning was six and six. The game
coull not be called one of bril
liant pl;lys nu I headwork on
either side. The features of the
game, however, were foul fly
,catches by Leslie of Ridgeway
aud Heius of Blythewood.
J. Frank Fooshe, Esq., of
Winnsboro spent last Wednesday
The petition that has been
carried around by the anti-dis
pensary committee has not re
ceived the number of signatur. s
expected by the ones soliciting.
Most of the voters are wantiug
to know "what next?"
Miss Lizzie Gaillard of Eitaw
ville, S. C., is visiting the family
of Mr. H. W. DesPortes.
Miss Maggie Steadman of
Denmark, is with Miss Annie
Miss Dessie Thomas has re
turned to Columbia.
Mrs. J. A. Tuiner has returned
to her home in Columbia after
an extended visit to relatives in
Mis Eleanor DesPortes has
gone to Hop, in this county, to
open her school for the coming
Mrs. C. E. Craven of Jasper,
Fla., is with her aunt, Mrs. A. C.
Mr. F. H. Beall is at home
after a few days in Lexington,
Miss Willie Poovey has
ret urn-ed home after three months
stay at Nashville, N. C.
Miss May Thomas is visiting
friends in Louisville, Ky.,
- Mr. H. L. Crumpton has
moved into Ridgeway from
"Long leaf" where he has lived
for a numlber of years.
Mrs. Hopkins has returned
home after a short visit to Mrs.
C. 1. Wray.
M iss Baswell of Columbia is
the guest of Miss Eloise Propst.
Capt. W. J. Johnson has re
tuined from a trip to New York.
Mr.. W. Palmer has re
to nd to his duties as cashier
in Bank of lidgeway after a plea
sa.nt vacaton in the mountains of
Mr. r . . Ruff, Jr., spent Sun
d-ty iu Gadsdan, S. C.
Letter to Cald well & Besty,
1bi.dhoro, 1S. C.
Dear Sirs.: Would you like to;
hea'r of a 20-year paint?
Mr James A O'Neil's house,
Henderson, N C, was painted 20
years ago with Devoe lead-and
zine, and never painted again till
last year; it then looked better
than common paint in half that
The reason is: Devoe is all
paint and true paint; while the
common paints sre part true and
part false. Don't jay to monkey
And D -voe costs less than any
of 'emn; not by th e gallon, of
course; by the hu-e aind year.
That's how to iecku ir. Go by
the name. Yours truilv
F" W'DEvoE & Co
P. S. John H Melfaster & Co
sell our paint.
-The daue~1ing chtss~ which has
been taught by Misses Brocking
tou and ..1artiil will be continued
by Misses May and Floride Mar
tin. They now hav-e a very large
class, whichl necesitates their re
quest that there be no spectators.
A home without love is me.rely
a stopping place.
The tissues of the throat are
inflamed and ir ritate d; you
cough, and there is more irrita-.
tion-more coughing. You take
a cough mixture and it eases the
irritation--for a while. You take
and it cures the cold4 That's
what is necessary. It soothes the
throat because it reduces the
irritation ; cures the cold because
it drives out the.inflamnmation;
builds up the wveakened tissues
because it nourishes them back4
to their natural strength. That's
how Scott's Emulsion deals with
a sore throat, a cough, a cold,4
WE'LL SEND YOU
A SAMPLE FREE.
SCOTT & BOWNE,' "* *."
has stood the test 25 years.
bottles. Does thisrecordaci
No Better Bargain
In Winnsboro than my Leader-A SWELL SUIT OF
CLOTHES, EASILY WORTH $15.co, FO R ONLY
$12 5o. Be sure to see tht; great miaey-saver.
Other CLOTHING BARGAINS that will greatly i-i
terest you. Just come and see for yourself.
BIG BARGAIN IN BOYS' SUITS.
A Full Assortment of SHOES at close prices.
I will not be undersold. I will save you money. Come
and prove that this is so.
W. A.. HOOD.
I-CROCKERY BARGAINS HERE TOO.
/ NO NEED TO ORDER YOUR
Full stock at the Lowest W~holesale Prices
always on hand.
Flour Cor Meal
H ay Oats Etc.
Prompt attention to all orders. Try here
~ before buying.
L, A. Rosborough
It Is Too Hot
STo be worrying about sending here and
Sthere for your groceries. Why not just
send here where you can get the best of
everything? There is not a grocery want
of yours that we can not supply. Phone
or let us know your wants and you will
find that what we say is so.
B ARRINGTON HALL AND WHITE
SHOUSE COFFEES are very popular with 4
many who use them. Try them.
ENGLISH BREAKFAST and GUNPOW
DEIR TEAS always give satisfaction.
Use JELLO for your ice cream.
.All the BREAKFAST FOODS here.
Fullest assortment of CRACKERS and
FRUJITS the year round.A
J. D. McCarley & Co.
Tasteless Chili Tonic
Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Miflion
mert appeal to you? No Cure, No Pay. 50c.
e is a Ten~iCent, package CQof rv's Black lloot, iver ills.