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PUBLISHED WEEKLY WINNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, mc40==R 1905- ESTABLISHED1844.
Caidwell Dry Goods C
The Big
For Men.
When you are ready for your Winter Suit we as
you to get our prices. We can please you in chea
goods; also in the best quality. Our Griffon Bran
$10.00 Suits are as good as you will find offered fc
many dollars more. . No better goods made in thi
country than this brand. Also Suits at $12.00 an
$15.00.
Children's and Boys' Suits from $1.00 to $2.00
See them and you will know they can't be beat.
Cotton and Wool Underwear for men--the bes
just as cheap as they were before cotton and woo
went up in price. All style Shirts, white and colors
from 25c. to $1.00 each.
Gents' Ties and Gloves--good, pretty and cheap
Gents' Hats, all shapes. Our brands--"Belve
dere," "Royal Limited," Caldwell's Boss Mike.'
These are the best money can buy.
We want your trade, we
with us. You should be su
January 1st. Come and se
CLOTHING,
HATS,
SHOES.
WH N You Drink COFFEEi
ant It to have the right taste and to pro
he right feeling. All right; then get a
an of Pinnacle, a high grade mixed Mocha
va. Costs only $1.00; and the number of
sing it is daily increasing.
good Oatmeal use Scotch Oats; 15 cents
2 boxes for 25 cents.
erything for that fruit cake--Raisins, Cur
Citron and Figs. All fresh stock.
5,yo*alo'your W. C. Boyd.
o You Like
GOODS WELL DISPLAYED? IF SO,
P IN AND TAKE A GOOD PEEP AT
OUR BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF
ROOKERY AND GLASSWARE.
ge and varied assortment that
display possible. It is the reason
for superior goods that will make
interest to call.
.SE IG(L -R . E
Store
w
When you thin
k ter Goods the que
, I get the best? \
Where can I get i
d
THE BIG ST(
r
answers all these
S ply all your want
linery==everythinj
can find the good
ble prices.
We have sold a
want to sell a lot i
Ithe latest styles, t
in South Carolina
SHOES.
For all the family.
In fine goods for r
Wright, Geo. Snol
States than these,
In ladies' fine g
field, Roxie Ward.
make them more 4
on all styles the lo
appreciate it, I
re to have a ti
e that we do ir
dwell Di
Lengtown Dotes.
Mr. Samuel McCormick has re
turned from an extended isit to
relatives in North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Harrison
spent Th ursday in Columbia.
Misses Kate and Hattie Mel
lichamp and Mr. Leonard Mel
lichamp spent last week in
Charleston.
We are glad to report that Mr.
Brumnmette Beeves, who has been
confined to his room fer several
weeks, is now improving.
Mrs. Levi Moore is visiting
relatives in Charleston.
Mr. Sam Tidwell of Hopkins
spent Sanday with his parents.
Mr. A. W. Matherson came
near losing his house by fire Fri
day morning.
Longtown Graded School.
E. M. S. & M. P. J.
Never Ask Advic.
ahsn you have a cough or cold don't
medicine with little or no merit and
perhaps dan gerous. Ask for Foley's
Honey and Tar, the greatest throat and
l1n reedy it cure coughs and colds
Greenbrier Dots.
There is going to be an en
tertainment at the school boase
Friday night, December 1, for
the benefit of the school library.
A very interesting program
has been arranged consisting of
music, recitations, songs, tableaux
and drills.
Mr. Lyles Smith, who has been
working in Stone Mountain, Ga.,
is spending a few days at home.
Mrs. A. M. Blair and Miss
Bertha Blair left on Friday for
Jonesville where they will visit
Mrs. D. E. Camak.
T.C.3
by th
here to B
k of making your
stions come to you
Vhere can I see thi
:he lowest prices or
)RE BY THE
questions for you.
s in Dry Goods, Sh
r kept in a dry goo
s to please you, ani
MILLINERY.
lot of fine goods it
,nore. We offer yo'
he best work, and
SHOES.
We have all kin
nen we sell Selz, S
W's. No better mz
oods, Krippendorf
The shoemaker d<
stylish or better t]
west.
>y giving .fine
:ket and a che
iore than we c
Blythewood Briefs.
Our school library is being
greatly enjoyed by all the pupils.
We have a good collection of
books and hope to get more ere
long.
We are glad to report that
Miss Eula Wilson, who has been
quite ill with typhoid fever, is
convalescing. Her sister, Miss
Yola Wilson, who has been nurs
ing her, has retnrned to her dut
ies at the Hospital in Sumter.
Miss Lizzle Lawhorn, who hasf
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Sam
Brown, has returned to Columbia.
Mesisrs. Durham Boney and
F. E. Hood made a flying trip to,
the "City by the Sea" last week.
Our teacher, Miss Ellen Book
hardt and Miss Emmie Lupo,
spent Saturday in Columbia.
Mrs. James Brown, who has.
been sick for two weeks, is im
provimg.
The hunters of the neighbor
hood are having a merry time
they always bring in a bag filled
with game. Our school boys are
not quite so fortunate.
Mr. Lamar Ward law of Colum
bia has been visiting relatives
here.
Judging from all reports we
will hear the wedding bells ring
before many week have passed.
Nov. 18, 1905. Belva.
Spent flore Than $iooo.
"LMy wife suffered from lung troubles
for fifteen years, she tried a number
of doeters and spent over $1000 without
relief," writes, V. W. Baker of Plain
view, Neb. "She became very low
and lost all hope. A friend recoin
mended Foley's Honey and Tar and,
thanks to this great remedy, is saved~
her life. She enjoys better health than
he has known in ten years." Refuse
substibutes. Sold by McMaster Co.
vH E OR IGINAL LAXAvIVE COUGH SY RUP
KENNEDY'S .AXATIVE HONEY-TAR
led Clov.r DIOSID.rand Eomer 1ee on Ever7 Dottle.
ie To
Uy.
purchases of Wir
r mind, "Where ca
e greatest variety
i good goods?"
[OWN CLOCI
Here you can sup
oes, Clothing, Mil
ds store. Here yoi
I the lowest possi
i this room, but w
a the newest goods
at prices the lowes
SHOES.
ds of heavy shoes
chwab & Co., Jus
kes in the Unite<
0, Godman's, Fair
tesn't live that car
ian these. Price!
premiumc wi
tnce at the ex
laim.
s Coni
ADollarou5 Appeal.
There i$ alitle matter t<
which TeMe$$enger beg$ tc
call the attention of it$ Sub
$criber$. We .really hate tc
$peak of it, but $ome have Seem
ingly allowed it to $lip the ir
mind$. To u$ thi$ iS a very im
portant i$$ue; in fact it iS
neoe$$ary in our bu~ine$$. We
will not $peak further on the
$ubject. PerhapS you h a v e
gueS~ed the drift of our remark$.
-The MississippiMessenger.
Astonishing Incident.
It was, to all her friends, an
astonishing incident, that Mrs.
I. B. Hurst, of Lime Ridge, Wis.,
was cured of her dreadful sick
ness. "Doctors," she writes,
"bad given me up; friends were
ready to bid me t'ie last farewell;
clouds of despair darkened my
horizon, and I was a wreck on
the shores of despondency, when
I began to take Electric Bitters,
for my frightful stomach and liver
complaint. To the astonishment
of all, I was benefited at oncean
am now completely and mira
culously restored to health." At
McMaster Co.'s, Obear Drug
Co.'s and' John H. McMaster
& Co.'s drugstores; price 50c;
guaranteed.
Trespass Notice.
All persons are warned not to hunt,
fish, cut timber, or permit their live
stock to come on any part of t-he land
owned by the undersigned, t' plaees
knowni as the Ford Place, , T~ve
Blake Place, and the Home . 2, or
to trespass in any way. All trespassers
i rscted XV. R. DOTY.
Caldwell Dr
unf Cli
For I
1=
You would not do jus
not see our stock of Dres
the New Style Goods, 4
have them cheaper at 25<
qualities at 75c., 93c. an(
LI
Silk in all colors; pric
yard. Ask for our 36-inc]
is a great value.
e Ladies' Cotton and W
t at lowest prices.
Fine Hosiery, Gloves,
little notions that a lady
t Ready-made Skirts
variety of styles.
If you want a Cloak,
long or short style; price
can buy them in cities.
th every $10.(
tra prizes to b
ally.
Trespass Notice.
All persons are warned not to hunt,
fish, out timber, or permit their live
stock to come on any part of the land
owned or controlled by the under
signed, or trespass in any way. All
trespassers will be prosecuted.
J. E. COAN,
11-l-4t T. P. BRYSON.
Trespass Notice.
All persons' are forbidden to enter
upon the lands owned or controlled b
me in Fairfield County, near the sta-'
tions of Dawkins and Strother. I find
that I must stop the passing through
my pastdres because some people leave
the gates open and expose my cattle
to be killed on the railroad, which is
fenced off. Moreover, I must stop all
hunting in order to get my places
stocked with game-birds, squirrels,
rabbits and 'possums.
11-8-4m JOHN J. McMAHAN.
J. Wilson Gibbes
TYPEWRITER HEADQUARTERS
1412 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
South Carolina Agent
DENSMORE TYPEWRITER-The
best writing machine at any price.
CHICAGO TYPEWRITFR-T hi e
best for the price-$35 and $50.
AL L MAKES-Rented, Exchanged,'
Bought. Repairing on the premises by
an expert.
RUBBER STAMP FACTORY -
Stamnps made every day on the prem
ises. Secii Plates, Daters, Number
ing Machines, Check Punches of all
kinds.
OFFICE SUPPLIES AND FUR
NITU RE--Everything from a Pen
Point to a Roll Top Desk. Sectional
Filing Cases, Bookcases and Card In
dexes a speeialty, 10-18.
Goods Co..
tice to yourselves if you do
s Goods. Ask specially for
c. and 50c. the yard. We
. and 331/c; also have finer
I $1.00 the yard.
,es from 25c. to $1.50 the
h Silk at $1.00 a yard. This
ool Underwear; best makes
Belts, Collars, and all th e
wants,
at Bargain Prices; large
we can please you in'either
25 per cerit less than fou
)0 cash spent
e given away
~RY GOODS,
NOTIONS,
MILLINERY.
Div1|81 Mi Aillull
--BY
"The Old Reliable"
Mutual Benefit Life In-.
surance Company.
ORGANIZED IN 1845
STRICTLY MUTUAL. NO STOCK.- '
HOLDERS.
INSURANCE FURNISHED AT
COST.
Mail this card filled in and ful In.
formation will be submittsd*
I was born on the...day of.......18....
*@ ...................... ... ............
Address.. ............ .................... -
Quote rates on $............. insurance.
. W. D. DAVIS,
9-20.6m Long Ruri, S. C.
Trespass Notice.
Notice is hereby given that all per
sons are prohibited from entering on
the tracts of land belonging to or con
trolled by me in the southwest corner
of Fairfield County; one tract known
as the McCants tract, bounded by
Broad River and Little River and
lands of Leitner; one tract known as
the Finlay tract, bounded by Broad
River and lands of Leitner; and one
tract known as Rice traet, bounded by
Finlay tract and lands of Turkett.
And all hunting on any of said tracts
of land is prohibited.
This notice is given solely for the
purpose of increasing the game birds
on the lands. and not for the purpsoe
of being unneighborly.
n..-..L W. H. LYLES.

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