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SWFEETEST sW EETS
Fresh Shipments in To-day.
Fresh Shipments Every Tuesday.
JNO. H. McMASTER & COe,
Phone 39. Druggists.
WE ARE POURING INTO HIGH PRICES AND THE
RESULT A MOUNTAIN .0F BARGAINS TO
OUR CUSTOMERS IN EVERY
Men's Suits and Pants, Men's Overcoats
and Boys' Clothing in great assortment and
at the very lowest prices.
Ladies' Dress Goods, Cloaks, Skirts, etc.,
in many various styles and 'at attractive
Shoes in abundance. No belter place in
Winnsboro to buy your shoes.
Hats are a specialty here. Hat bargains
Bargains all the way through. Come and
see for yourself how much money you can
save by buying here.
L.L a n d e c k e r.
The above letters represent one of the largest
and most up-to-date shoe houses
in America, while
W. C. B. Co.
represents the firm that sell their shoes. 4
For prices, comfort, style and durability we pit
them against any line of Shoes
on the market.
~We have in stock a Hunting Shoe, guaran
teed to stand the roughest usage; comfort
able, and as tough as whit-leather.
Examine our Shoes and get our prices before
The best Coffee to be had
for the money
5=lb. Cans Only $1.00.
Try a Can.
A. B. CATHCART.
And a Full Line of the
New School Books
F~or CASH Only.
Pone uN Q Under Winnsboro Hotel.
Wednesday, October 17, 1900.
-All aboard for the State
Fair next week.
--Mrs. J. A. Stewart spent
Sunday in Longtown.
-The third cotton ginning re
port includes all the cotton giu
ned up till to-night.
-Mr. R. P. Lumpkin of Orange
Heights, Fla., is in the county for
a few days on business.
-Misses Lizzie Smith a n d
Ella Stewart of Longtown is visit
ing friends and relatives in town.
-Mrs. Amos E. Davis o f
Monticello was with relatives in
town several days the past week.
-Mrs. H. B. Refo and Mrs. i
I. R. Harby returned yesterday
from a short trip to Henderson
-Messrs E. S. Douglass o f
Washington and E. E. Douglass
of Columbia were in town the
-The family of Dr. W. 0.
Brice is now occupying the cot
tage of Mr. F. M. Gadsden on
-Mrs. W. D. Tennant returned
to her home n Georgetown, after
spending several weeks with her
mother, Mrs. M. A. Jackson.
-Rev. Mr. Holladay of Man
ing spent yesterday in town,
looking over the field with a view
to accepting the call recently ex
tended to him by the Presbyterian
-Miss Evelyn C-antt has re
turned from Barnwell where she
spent several weeks with relatives.
While there she stood the teach
ers' examination and made first
grade certificate with a very high
-Mrs. A. S. White of Camden
;pent several days the past week
with her sister, Mrs. J. M. Jen
nings. While the former was
preparing to go to the train to go
home Monday morning the latter
ell over a ittle wagon in the
all and broke her right arm i
iear the wrist.
-Mr.Fand:Mrs. R. H. Jennings
)f Columbia spent several days in
,he town and county the past I
week and their many friends here
were delighted to see them again.
hey left Monday for Yorkville to
pend a few days with their son,
Jr. M. B. Jennings.
--A new swith board has been
ut in at the Winnsboro central.
t is of the most up-to-date kind
nd will accommodate 200 phones.
t was put in by the Sumter
elephone Manufacturing Coin
any; who makes the most ap
roved appliances. The new
>hones are being installed, the
ie is to be built up and the
ervice is to be otherwise ir2
W*~Come here for your mil
inery. I can please you. Mrs.
. L. Richmond.
Commissioners of Election. -
A meeting of the commissioners
f federal and state elections for
'airfield county has been called
or Friday, Oct. 19, at Winnsboro j
t 10 o'clock. This meeting will I
e for the purpose of appointing 0
he managers of election and j';
aking the other necessary pro- d
isions for the election to be held n
The commissioners of federal c
lections are; R. D. Bolick, J. A. N
~tewait and Jno. H. Neil; of b
te elections S. R. R'uland. ~
A Badly Burned Girla
r boy, man or woman, is quickly (.
)ut of pain if Bucklen's Arnica t
salve is applied promptly. G. J.
~Velch, of Tekonsha, Mich , says: o
I use it in my family for cuts, I
;ores and all skin injuries, and 4
id it perfect." Quickest Pile
ure known. Best healing salve
ade. 25c at Jno. H. Mc~Easter
a Co.'s drug giore.
Job Printing Too.
While our advertising columns
re pretty well full the past few
-eeks, it mustn't be forgotten
hat we are better prepared than
3ver before for the handling of
our job work in the most satis
factory manner. As a matter of
act we can now turn out more
:han double thie amount of jo
ork in the same time as formerly
ad that of a better grade too.
septmber was about the best
nionth in job printing this office
as ever had and despite the
large amount of advertising, all
this was handled with ease and
delivered on time. Bring u s
siong your job printing and we
will do it for you in the best style
and in the quicke3st fime and at
prices that will be entirely satis
factory to you.
When a horse is o overworked it
lies down and i 'ither ways declares
its inability to go further, yog. would
consider it criminal to use force. Many
a nnn of humane impulse, who wouldi
not willinugly harum a kit ten, is guilty~
cruelty where his own] St(oab is
cocred Overd riveu, overworkeri.
when what it needC~s is something that
wili digest the food eaten and help the
stomach to recuperate. Sonmethi~ng
like Kodol For Dyspepsia that is sold
by ail drug itsI
T;6 Colonial Inn is how abot
ready to open and the prospects
are flue for this typical old South -
ern mansion to be well filled for
the next few months with most
desirable guests from the north.
Misses Vanderhoff and Reynolds,
who own this fine property and
are sparing no pains to make it
just the resort it should be, are
doing some effective :Ldvertisinlg
of Winnsboro, t h a t w i 11
Jo the town good as well as help
them in their laudable under
aking of having their home well
Billed. They are using a neat
ittle folder, containing a beauti
u1 cut of the Inn with the lovely
ards in front. The descriptive
natter is reproduced here, as
howing how well- the superb
ldvantages of Winnsboro as a
iealth resort are being brought
o the attention of winter tourists:
"A most charming section of,
he South for winter sojouirning
s Winnboro, South Carolina.
[t is situated in the central part
)f the State, about thirty miles
'orm Columbia and Camden and
nay be reached in eighteen hours
rom New York city by t b e
"Winnsboro is on a ridge 542
eet above sea level, having good
Irainage, and a climate that is
Iry, bracing and temperate.
The water is pure and soft.,
Phere are five churches, a small
ibrary, good schools, and livery
n the town. Quail hunting in
he fall and early winter, f o r
which guides and dogs can be
"It is here that The Colonial
nn, a small home-like house,
vith modern convenience, open
ood fires, piazzas, picturesque
ld fashioned garden, and tennis
:ourt is located. The season is
rom October to May."
This is the season of decay and weak
ned vitality. Nature is being shorn
If its beauty and bloom. If you would
etain yours, fortify your system with
-ollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 3:5
ents, Tea or Tablets. Juo. H. Mc
Jaster & Co.
VANTED-Young man 16 to 20
years old to clerk in dry goods
store. Address Merchant, care
The News and Herald.
OR SALE-A large lot of good
lumber, 8 and 10-inch plank
and 2x4 scantling. M. W.
OR SALE-1,500 bushels cot
ton seed. 100 pounds in seed
produces from 41 to 45 pounds
of lint. General average of 5
locks to boll. Prices on appli
cation to T. E. Delleney, Rion,
S. C. 10-17-2m
TOLEN-From my farm on
Saturday, October 13th, one
large red and white Guernsey
cow, dehorned and with calf.
If it has not been remn;>ved my
name is on metal plate in right
ear. A suitable reward will be
paid for her recovery, and $100
for proof to convict the party
who stole her. John G. Mob
Sley, Stover, S. C., R. F. D. No.2.
Notice of Sale.
By virtue of an execution issued on
se 6th day of October, 1906, in the
iseoQf Audrew Crawford and Wmn.
[. Lyles vs. Wesley Parnell, Philip.
inn, and directed to me, I have levied
a all the right, title and interest of
dd Philip Pinn in and to the tract of
end hereinafter described, and1 five
ays having elapsed since said levy .was
ide and no reply having been made.
will, on salesday in November, next,
ithin the legal hours, before the
ourt Hlouse door in the town of
innsboro, S. C., sell, to the highest
dder, all the right, title and interest
~the said Philip Pinn in and to the
act of lInd hereinafter described, to
"All tha t tract of land situate in the
ounty of Fairfield, State of South
arolina, on Broad river, containing
venty-six (26) 'acres, more or less,
Dunded on the north nnd east by lands
Wmn. H. Lyles, known as Rice lands,
a the south byV lands of Wmn. H.
yles, known as the Linley tract, and
a the west by Broad river."
Termis of Sale, Cash.
A. D. HOOD,
Sheriff~ of Fairfield County.
Otober 11th, 1006.
Fresh Oysters and Fish
every Friday and Satur
urday. Best Fresh Beef
at all times. Our stock
of groceries is complete.
Best Flour, Hams, Cof
fee, Canned G o o d s,
Pickles, etc. F r e s h
Cheese and Mfacaroni
now in. Best Bran and
everything for the stock,
including Stock Powders.
Special attention called
to our Cigars and To
baccos. Satis facet io n
guaranteed or mor~ey re
B. G. TENNANT & CO.
Fresh Beef For Sale.
Every Saturd ay, b e gin ni n g
Jtober 6th, fat and tender heet
;old in any quantities desired, at
Dawkins station. Will ship on
idday trains, if oidered. Prices
3 to 10 cents at Dawkins.
Montgomery Place, Dawkius,
Every lady in the county should see our Fall stoc
variety, the NEWEST WEAVES and the MOST FASH
goods you see at 25c a yard are pure cotton. We have
hunt over two cities to find them.
Fifty cents a yard is a price that we can show yo
Skirtings, 54 inches wide; then you will find all the nicer
You get the best possible value in these goods.
We offer a fine line of fancy weaves at 75., also sc
At 81.00 the yard we offer a great variety of speci
Our 50-inch Broadcloth at this price is the quality usual
We give special attention to Black Dress Goods, a
patterns at whatever price you wish to pay.
SILKS OF EVER
A special bargain in 36-inch Black Taffeta at 75c
and 81.25; Fancy Silk for waists and ,nits, in new colors
the colors will please you, but the quality and price.
When you buy a nice dress you want a hat to mat
the newest goods; we give the best work and most stylish
we sell you the best quality at low prices.
We want your trade and we offer inducements to a
ta trade with us. Try it.
si=WE GIVE PREMIUMS.
OPENING - OU
and getting everything
time to prepare our fu
ment of Bargain Feas
Watch for it next week,
time be sure to come th.
needs in the way of CI<
Notions, etc. We will s
- ONE0FTHE B
R. T. Matthews' Old Stand.
Patronize your home dealers and help buil
cate any price you can get off and perhaps
help you and your neighbor.
If you are hunting game, that levels c<
the bull's eye, where your shots will counti
you can do effective shooting.
Get in line, get in our line. We hiave
market, first in ideas, and first in quality.
We are the Old Reliable in the FUR
county. The man that does not know this
We always maintain quality and relia
sk imp the quality to meet the price. V
Our goods are alway.s backed up with a g
.why our goods are second to none. Qualit)
tion. There is nothing else in which quali
FURNITURE. That is why we will not he
If you are failing to get the value of
this trouble by making it a point to come I
will please yon in price and quality. We hi
one smnsll article at cost and making it up
deal from first to Iast.
z of DRESS GOODS. We offer the greatest -
1ONABLE COLORS. Nearly all the dress
25c goods that are PART WOOL, and had to
1 a wonderful variety at. We have heavy
goods in either plain patterns or mixtures.
me heavy goods and suiting at this price. -
illy fine goods in plain and fancy patterns.
ly sold at $1.25.
ad in this line you will find the very best
a yard; very fine and heavy Taffeta at $1.00
and plaids, at 50c, 75c and $1.00. Not only
h. Our Millinery stock is large. We have
trimming, and a very important part is that
et it. You will find it pleasant and profitable
fixed up to find
ts for this week.
and in the mean=
is way for all your
)thing, Dry Goods,
ave you money.
U LS [YE.
di up your town. We can dupli
save you a few cents which will
>mpetition, are you in range of
If not, get in the range, so
always been first. First in
NITURE business in Fairfield
is not in shooting distance of
ble workmanship. We do not
le never sacrifice workmanship.
uarantee that counts. That is
should be your first considera
ty counts for so much as in
mndle anything that is not the
rour hard-earned money, avoid
iere for your FURNITURE. We
ave no shrewd tricks of selling
on another. Ours is a square
~ Special atten