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We Waint Every One
T o Try
UR Ne Cream' icese, which has just
eome in, and is as f;ine as can1 be. x
OUR three popular brands of Coffee
Barrington Hai,'s, White House and Fa- ?l
vorite. No better to be had; the very best
OUR Cakes and Crackers. Big shipment
just in. Finest variety and quality.
OUR New Mackerel. Just superb.
OUR Shredded Wheat Biscuit. Fresh A
Breakfast Foods, Finest Flour, Hams, x
Pickles and Sauces always in stock.
All Vegetables and Fruits kept in sea
J. D. McCarley & Co.
I RLAIi HUNTERS
Never go away from this store without a
feeling of genuine satisfaction, for they
always find what they come for. This sea
son will be no exception-=in fact our larger
stock will make it easier for them to be fully
The men will be sure to be pleased with
our showings in our
SUITS AND PANTS,
as ouristock of these is the largest we have
ever carried. Big pleasure here too for the
boys as we are showing a most attractive
SHOES for the Men, for the Ladies, for the
Boys, for the Girls. SHOES FOR ALL.
TRUNKS and SUIT CASES for those who
are going off and for the stay-at=homes too.
Big assortment of DRY GOODS, DRESS
GOODS, NOTIONS, Etc. Special Bargains
inEMBROIDERIES and LACES.
L. LAN DECKER.
NEW ARRIVALS DAILY.
Our buyers are back from the Northern mar
kets and new goods have been comning in daily
till now our stock is very full.
In DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS and NO
TIONS we are showing a beautiful assortment.
Be sure to see these goods.
Our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT is still up
to its former high standard. Our Ready
Trimmed Hats give genuine satisfaction.
Our FURNITURE DEPARTMENT has many
attractive bargains in it that will make your
visit a pleasure. Come and take a look at it.
YOUR DRINK!NG WATER
IS OF VIrAL IPOR T.DCE TO YOU. TO GET THE
best water vou havf' to go down in the ground for it. We
are making a spe~cialty o:
Drilling Deep Wells
th-it do not go dry .ed nifrd a corist imt fow of watter nn
contauninatted bet sufc dajing?. Tryv one of these deep
wel..\~ We c .1ril i fo yu at reasoUuable c >st. X'ec~
drjll righit through t'' h-tr~est rockL with o ir ne " we'l
tuachline. If your w r saoM yQtp is U .t satisfLd >rv, let us
knowv about it andl we w'II mie it a1 z ight for you.
C rrespo nduence invilted. WXe succeed gh re othe~s fi1.
R. T. Matthewvs & Son.
The recent arrivals have so completely filled the
gaps in my stock th~at there is nothing lacking now.
Fresh shipments in every line o? goods have been
coming in daily, so that there is no trouble now
about my supplying any of your grocery wants. All
goods fresh and of the very best qualiity.
J1HEESE AND MACARON iRgh freshi and of
BREAKFAST FOODS-=Force, Gcap Nuts, Oat
Meal, Postum==all new stock jr't come in.
CANNED GOODS -=Nothing wanting here; the very
fullest assortment and of the most popular
CRACKERS AND CAiKES -=Extra finec andI fresh.
HAMS AND BREAKBAST BiACON=Still handling
Swift's, the ones thlat give s uch linie satisfac
tion all the wile.
PRESERVES==A full line c? "Ritter's" Preserves,
Catsups, Chili Sauce, Marmialades and Honey'.
The best to be had.
CANDY, CANDY=A new shipment of Wiley's
Candy just arrived. Fresh and 0. K.
Phone 2 for your WV. C. Boyd.
NEWS AND HERALD
WINNSBORO PRINTING CO.
F.FRANE FOOSHE. - - EDITOB
TERMS. IN ADVANCR:
six Months........................ ..
WINNqBORC. S. C.
Wednesday, Oct. 4, 1905.
York's vote against the dispen
sary was just a little the rise of
five to one. But for Tirzah's
steadfastness it would have been
six to one. .
The rapidity with which Hon.
Kimsey 0. Huskey is coming
into fame is a very practical dem
onstrAtion of what there is in a
Mills that go into the cotton
future business are sure to meet
with the same fate as individuals.
They may hit it all right for
a while, but sooner or later the
tables will turn.
The indications were all so
-trong in favor of Lancaster's
following the example of York in
voting out the dispensary that it
is pretty sare to say that at the
election in that county yesterday
there was another big majority
piled up against the Great Moral
The grand jury again recom
raends that the public records be
protected in fire-proof vaults.
The putting of this recommenda
tion into effect is with the lagila
tive delegation-that is, nothing
can be done till they pave the
way with the necessary legisla
tion. Their action will be awaited
That is a wise recommendation
of the grand jury that the county
be bonded to pay off the indebt
dness and to raise enough irouey
to put it on a cash basis for its
current expenses. As shown be
fore in these columns, the inter
est on the bonds and the yearly
amount necessary as a sinking
fund for the payment of the said
bonds at the expiration of a
period of forty years is less than
the amount of interest paid each
year on the present indebtedness
and the discount on claims. Or in
other words the whole debt, prin
cipail and interest, could be paid
off in forty years without an in
crease in the present tax levy so
far as this one item is concerned
and an actual saving be effected
to the county. Shall the people
of Fairfield be compelled to go
on paying interest anid discount,
or will the legislative delegation
take the necessary steps that will
permit them to say that they pre
fer to get on a cash basis?
Fairfield Cotton Association.
The meeting of the Fairfield
Cotton Association Monday was
fairly well attended. Three
townships. Bear Creek, Jackson
Creek and Albion had organized
local associations since the last
tneeting. The following contribu
tions were sent in, Salem: $7.10;
Woodward, $16.25; Stevenson,
$4.25. Bear Creek, $2.80.
The warebonse committee
made its report through its chair
man, Mr. McDonald, which was
to the effect that the committee
had applied for a cLarter for the
warehouse compary with a capital
stock of $25,000 divided into
2,500 shares of $10, each. Mr.
McDonald gave some interesting
information iin regard th the cost
of ware-houses, etc.
A discussion of the need of
war:ho'u-es and the best means
of getting up the money for the
same then followed. The prevaiil
ine senitiment seemed to be that
vi; b tie present priee of cotton.
th'-e 'honlld be no need for ad
lii'i..unl warehmouse facilities.
Thle sentiment in favor of hold,
ing cotton for 11 cents se-emed to
have weakened very considerably
~ince the last meeting. A call
~or subscriptions for the ware
house met with siuch a feeble re
sponse that practically nothing
was done. The meeting was very
much of a farce.
Carolina Fire Brick Co.
The meeting of the creditors of
the Caro iu-s Fire Brick Company,
of Killian's was held here to-d'ty.
Mr. B. H H-yw.Lr.l was elected
trustee. The claims against the
the corporation aggregatte about
$50,000 $47,000 of that amount
eig alread filed. The assets
are plac~md at $35,000. The
majority of the liabilities of the
corporation are held in Charles
ton, and it is throug~h that the
company will come out all right
Mr. G.20. H. Moffet and Airz.
R. S. Whiale~y were here to-day
in connection with the bankruptcy
proceedings.-News and Cou
rier, Oct 1.
OfBuy the "Shield Brand"
Clothing from Hafuer Bros.,
Chester. S. C, and be shielded
MANY VOTERS REGISTER
So as to be Able to Vote at the Dis
pensary Election, the Petitions for
Which Are Signed By flore Than
Ont-:ourth of the Registered Voters
of the County.
Monday was a busy day with
the county board of registration,
two members of which, Messrs.
.T. H. Neil and T. W. Sligh, were
present. They were both kept
busy issuing renewals and new
certificates. There were about 300
renewals .nd 35 new certificates
issued. They also made a pretty
complete revision of their books,
they being assisted in tls very
arduous work by members of the
pr hibition executive townuittN-e,
th3 county supervisor A;nd several
ot.aer citizens from the respective
townships. The books had not
been previously revised in some
time. The total number of names
or the books was above 3,900
The names of all persons who
had died or who had permanent y
removed from the county were
stricken off. After striking onl
these and also all duplicate names,
the books showed a total of 1,541
registered voters, which number
would be considerably reduced
by a thorough revision of three
of! the townships fiom which
there were no representatives to
assist the members in their revi
sion, only names about which
there was positive assurance be
ing removed from the books.
A comparison of the nanes on
the petitions that have been in
circulation asking for an election
on the proposition of voting the
dispensary out of the county
showed that more than 450 of the
575 signers of these petitions are
registered voters. As the total
number of registered voters does
r.ot in fact exceed 1,500, it is
clearly seen that the petitions
have wore than the necessary
one-fourrh of the voters of the
county. The petition has not
yet been, filed, as Supervisor Bur
ley had a previous engagement
that afternoon, which he had to
go out in the county to fill. He
will be back to-day, when the
petition will be filed. There can
be no doubt that he will order
the election, as the showing that
the petiti6ns will make with the
endorsement of the registration
board will be positive assurance
that the law has been fully com
The books of the board of reg
istration were in bad shape, as
can be readily seen from the
number of names that were re
moved in the revision. The board
has not complied with the law
requiring e ch man to apply in
person for his certificate, but has
added names separately cr ini
lump as requested to do. As a~
result many names have been put;
on the books that did not belong
there and others appear two or
more times in duplicate in the
same or different towuships.
The members of the board,
bowvever, were very kind in their
efforts to assist the committee is
getting the books untangled, s.
that they could see where they
For OverSixty Years
MRs. WINSLow's SOOTIIING SYRUP
bas been used for over 60 years b:y mil
Lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect successs
[t soothcs the child, softens the gumnis
allays all pain; cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for Diarrhosa. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immaxedi
stely. Sold by drugistas in every part
of the world. Twenty-five cents a
bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Winslow's Sootbing Syrup," anid take
no other kind.
iiiOall on T. M. Haynes for
your Crockery, Glass anid Agate
WANTED -The ladies to come
and see our up to-date Ready
to-Wear and Pattern Hatts. All
goods opened and ready for
sale. J. 0. Boag.
Mill Help Wanted.
Wanted, help for Fairfield Cot
ton Mills. Families will do weil
to investigate the advantages the
mill offers over the farm. Many
families here make from $3 to 88
a day. Rent and provisions
cheap. Good school and clhurchas.
Apply to superintendent.
*arW. A. Ueckling, the Co
lumbia photopraphmer, will b~e at
the Thespiani la'l iu Winnsboro,
Thursday, Frilay .nd Saturdayv,
October 5.7. C.dl1 to see him
andi have your phlot:'graph made.
Work sati.,factory, prices rea
WGut your Ammunition at
T. M. Haybe,'.
WDo not forgot to call at ihe
The-spiau I.ll nd bare ' our
photograplm taken by W. A. Reck
ling, while 1e is heore- laiCnx
ber the dat. Thursday, Frida,
Sat o d y, October 5-7.
ured of Lames Back After ;5 Y'enrs
"I had beeni troubled with huLne back
'or fifteen years andi I found a (1on.
pkte recovery in the use of C hamber
sin's Pain Balm,"' says.lohn C4. Iish
-r, Gillami, Ind. This i iimenit is also
vithout any equal for sprainms and(
iruises. It is for sale by Ubear Drug
The facilities the me
buying his merchandi5
to the consumer and g
An inspection of our
better than words. V,
it is especially so in
We have the most C
ever offered, and havir
making this a RECOR
are extremely prevaler
to get VALUE FOR D(
We will occupy muc
able to go more into d(
The way to give your dauighter
a good time is with some oue else.
Paste one! on1 your Ezvelope.
Put one con your Letter Hfead..
40 for I0e.; 250 for 50,: i. ii fol8.00).
M1Rs. E. D. WE E13L, lIhistrator,
fg~irThis pict ure will only appear
Letters of Administration
State. of Southi Car' lina,
C.,ounty of F'airtieild.
hath maide suit to mie to ueranlt her let
effets~ of Edwacrd 31. W\oodward, de
Theste are, thierefore. to eite andic ad
mnish~i~ all and sin'.ticr thie kind:'ed
anid credlitorS of the u-aid Edwrd& IM.
W\~I1~oo wod, deceaedo, thaitt they~ beI 0 nd
ap)pear biefoare me1, in the Court of P'ro
hate, to be held at 1 airtield Court
Hou.-e, south Carolina, (on the 1Uth
day <-f (ctober nlext, after publen
tioni her--cf, at 11 o'eb8. in1 the fore
nifon, ic shocw eause, it any they ha've,
wvhv the slil adlmznisiratIoll alluduNc
not hce :-ited.
( ivI c un1&der my~ iwndo, thi's:'Sth day
D. A. BRlOoM,
Letters of Administration
( oun~ty of! Failic. I
v y It c Bro, E-'i ., Probac~te Juldge:
Whlereasu, I.. W. Hawces- hanth nade
suit to mei' tc :granut himr le!'irS of adl
min11istrationi of the es! tate anid et!'ets
of .John L. Hawv. dlece4asecd:
'lTes are, thlerefocre, toc cite 0 nd ad
undci (reciit(.rS ofj te said John2 1L.
HJawet, cl',.-'ed thIat they be and1
atppear befocre ride. in thce (ourt of Pro
bcatde, to be~ bhlc a! Fairfieh'l (Curt
House, Sou~ti h Carolina, on~ t he 12; h
da o Ooe next, afte pul]ica
ticn hereof'I~ , at 11 'e'oe in I the fore
1noon, to sho~w (:lnI, it :ny thiey have,
whyi the -i i a).iIh tub ;c:icto shonhIl
niot bc crra ut-t'1.
of O)ctober, A. 1). 1!01.
has stood the test 25 years
bottles. Does this record<(
rchant now has for excluding the middleman and
e direct romn nanufacturers is a great blessing
erna d-ise at Very Close
FALL STOCK will emphasize this statement
'hile this fact is very noticeable in our
oes and Furnishing Goods,
id Fanily Merchandise.
ornplete General Stock we have
ig been bought with care, it will do its part in
D=BREAKING YEAR in our business.
ns and Adulterations
:t this season and you need to be careful in order
h larger space in next week's issue and will be
The CHASE CITY and HACKNEY BUGGIES are
genuine value and give the best satisfaction.
The OWENSBORO WAGON has no superior.
JOHNSON'S MOWERS are the best. Not in a trust .
K. R. McMASTER.
We Sell These.
You want the 'oest. Are y ou ready
for it this season?~
Wanse h ar e pe ared snvr before to meet you
stluanperice. wA bsolute honesty in ake
and material. You will agree when we tell you
IT'S THE FAMiOUS
J *Studebaker Line
F No mattrhat you want-fi'a haresn or
got it or will quickly get it.
Come in and Agure with us. Everybody knows
D. V. Walker & Co.,
* Winnsboro, S. S
P. S. Te Stdebaker nameplate on avehicle
Tasteless Chili Tonic
.Average Anual Sales over One and a Half Million
if merit appeal to you~? No Cure, No Pay. 50c.
ttle is a Ten~ Cent, package of Grove's Eack Itoot. Liver Pils.