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G.Mr0. B. McCants spent Satur-I
day in town. *rtre
---Maj. D). R. Duncan has rtre
toss -in Ellliott has returned
from an extended visit to RockC an-l
.-The Ketchin MercantlCo -r h
-- ouncs a cost sal frg o h
Judge Townsend, Solleitor Henry
and Stenographer MicCaw are atGa
usy this week holding court. tSna
--Miss Este Jennings spent S d
and Monday in town on a combined
- riofpeasure and business-.eure
Saturday fromi Rock Hil', wtiere she
h: ai been on an exteu ted visit- ttn
--M@Master & Co. call your antsn
--tion to-dky to their cabbage pats
whieh are now ready for delivery.
--D. A. (Crawfortd calls your atte
tion in his ad, to-day to his stock o
mules and horses and also to his, bug
LIs and wagons. hvn h
-McMaster Co. ~ a vn tb
shelves in their store redoced in deptb
This ill make their goods all appeal
.ry department of the Cald~
Go~i3ods Co. this sprinlg, wher,
she will be pleased to see her friend.
-Mr. Jno. J. Neil, Jr., is at homni
for a rest of a few days before beinj
-assigned to duty againl.~~1dst r
has been between Branchville and
--Miss Annie F. Davis left last
week for Washington to attend the
inbungurationr and to. visit the family of
Ca$t. GalIird. She will be gone for
-about ten days.
.-Geo. V. Hennies, Photographer,
kaaltted in town and is now to be
found at the Thespian Hlal art gal.
lweryse he al be pleased to take
pomr picture for you.
--Mr. 0. B. Gladden has gone North
to purchase the stock for the Wirmns
boro Riacket Co. While others will be
Ioeklng for the latest styles, Mr. Glad
dea will be on the lookout for bar.
--KPoliceman Gilbert has just in
formed a~s of the death of his brother's
wise, .Mrs. Milton L. Gilbert. She
dkegtat Weilford Feb. 28, afiner a shprr
~atisek of pneumonia. Both Mr. and
Mr. Gilbert lived here for several
Mr JP- aldellleaves to-d y
urchase the spring stock for the1
adwell Dry Goods Co. This coml
yhas always enjoyed the reputa
L of carrying tbe very best of goods
nd Mr. Caldwell will see to it ta h
tck is hully up-to-date.
-The Caldwell Dry Goods Co. an
yne in their new ad. to-day early
pring arrivals in the way ofa dress
oods. They also announce thattis
ellaX will be with them. againti
'pig and that she is nOW inBai
more purchasin~g a fuladu tdt
stock for their millinery departmfent.
-Mr. T H. Ketchinl has jist re
turned from the Northern marketi
where he has been purchasing for th
1~tehin Mercantilo Co. He has pui
C a. d a very fnll stock which will b
arrivig daily. iutbl nit
men of the same wsill be madeint
larg~e space of this c mpany in T
News and Herald. Just watch!
-Hennies, the photographer.
Columbia, is now in Winnsboro ai
ready for business. Call at once ai
hae Hennies to make your phol
graph as they are the best. Rememt
for this week only. All styles a
siz from 6 for 35 cents up.
-Miss Mary Eiliott Cummings, a
nographer and typewriter in the a
ploy of the A. C. I. Co., severed
follow her wherever her jot may
cast. May peace, plenty and haj
ness crown her future life. Miss Cr
mings has secured a situation in Ch
lotte, N. C.-Georgetown Outlook.
3ersth ThS Kind YOUHlistsf i
Attention, Firemea !
Attend regular meeting of Stea
Fire Company this (Tuesday) eveni~
a 7.30 o'lock._
G. B. McMaster,
Beautiful Light Brahmas and Barre
?imIOUt Rocks. Eggs of each kin<
at $1.00 per settirg, (15).
Miss Minnie Mellichamnp,
Eidgeway, S. C.
The merited reputation for cngrin
piR, sores and skin diseasea acquired
yy eWiti's Witch Hazel Sa:Te, has
ledo the making of worthless counter
ret. Be aureto get only DeWitt's
CLUB MEETING CALLE0
The Town Democratic Club i
quested to meet in the Town Jb
Friday, the 8th, at 8 p. m., to den
whether or not it is advisable to chbl
the present method of nominati 0
tendant and town council to tt; p
mary method. G. H. McMastaf f
0OUNTY BOARD OF EQUA1IZA ,U
The county board of eqalizah
will meet in the auditor's office Mbe
day, March the 18th. It will be ne il
sary for township boards to hold of
meetings, act on their returns, lon
return them to the auditor in limi.ll
him to notify parties, whose return
are raised to meet the board on th
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Bean , Tak Kiad Yet Hos A
DEATH OF MRS FORD
We have been informed of the deat
of Mrs. Strother Ford, who died
the home of her son, Mr. C. S. Fo
at Mitford, last Thursday eveni
Mrs. Ford was a member ot the M
Zion Baptist Church, of which she ws
a most c msistent member.
husband pre-eded her to the grt
sour years a.:o. She was buried.
Bethesda cin -:h at Mitford.
TWO ATTEMTS TO WRECK TRAIN.
Ridgeway, March 3.-Two attempts
were made to wreck the northbound
mail last night. One was just outside
the town limits by an iron bar across
the track. The obstruction. was die
covered and removed.
The second attempt was two mi
from Ridgeway. A large reek
placed on the track. The engine lost
part of the pilot only.-The State,
The following ticket is put in nomi
nation for the coming town election to
be held April the 1st.
T. H. KETCmN.
Jxo. F. DAvis.
JXo. H. MMATER.
U. G. DESPorTmS.
A. W. Brown.
- Tha wQar intel *
Society for Fairfield County be
annual meeting in the Acourt
Jonton wa elected as'his SUeCesso
Jude J. J. Neil was re-elected
tary and treasurer. The society
a good showing for the year j
endd, the cost of insuranice bet
tota eo tetpst thre years hs beel
only $1.40 on the hundred.
The caEe of Mc rd Sihaspa
tiff against the Southern Baiway Co.4
as defendant, which was in the banl
of tbe jury when we went to press I
Thursday, was decided In favor of
plaint;ff who was given $70f
SSuit was also brought against
-Southerni Railway Co. by Mr. He
ricks for tbe kil-ing of the ani
hitched to the wagon, at the time
oungt iegro E iwarda was ki~l
e The jury gave the piaintiff $140.
evideice in this case was iden ca
tthe same as that in the case of Edwat
dvs. the same company. The case
d FEdwards will be appealed.
r A VALUANLE &GNTO
dHr. Editor: I thik your subscrii
. will be interested in Ederington's
. tory of I airfield, but his collectio0
ter facts is far from being complete.
oI hope therefore that many addit
ck to it may be contributed by those
cnowledge of facts about the
-epei won gr H
THE READING BOOK,
The number of visitors to the ro
ing rcoth each day has been very
t courgeng indeed. The Marchma
zines are now in. The books of ficti
have been largely used. The ni
books now en hand will be disposed
in the next thirty days, so that if yd
a have not read them, you still have tI)
gopportrnity at the small price of thre
cents a day. In the mean time severa
new ones will be purchased. But be:
fore this is done, those interested are
requested to send in a list of any book
or books that are desired. As far as
possible these suggestions will deter.
mine the new books to be bought.
This season there is a large death
rate among children from croop and
unng troubles. Prompt action will
save the little ones from these terrible
di~ases. We know of nothing so
certain to give instant relief as One
Minute Congh Cure. It can also be
relied upon in grippe and all throat
ndlung troubles of adults. Pleasant
Bull's Iogh Syrup cures oh
Cold -t once. Cor3UerMtv,
Pta prescribe itfor
usumpion.~ ue rem ult&
Owues when others tai.
os'aIraed Agrualtural Soeleor A..
.A ceunty rair to e Reld at
Exhibit to be sade at
Te meeting called for Monay WAS
relattended by a good number of
piSentative citizens. It was called
o ier by Mr. Jno. W. Lyles, the
predent of the bard of comMa
oers of Fairfeld County for the
Carolina Inter-State and West
Exosition. As secretary of
same board Mr. J. Frank Fooshe
* called to act as temporary aecre
Ir. On motion of Mr. Wylle, the
Irfaeld Agricultural Society was re
ized and a permanent organiza
Fn was effected by the election of the
owng officers: Jae. W. Lyles,
)sidet; T. L. Johnston and J. B.
ner, Vice-president$; J. Fran)
4ohe, secretary and treasurer. Thi
constitution and by-laWI wer
lopted. The following executivi
an=ttee was chosen by nomination
Catheat, J. R. Curlee, F. A. Nell
. . Austin and Jno. H. Cathcar
he ofacers were made ex-officio me
era of this committee. On motion C
r. Mclaster it was decided to have
ounty fair jast previous to the Stat
Ar, to which the county's exhib
rould be carried, as wel as to th
The membershiP fee of the soel
Was placed at $1.00, and the folloWir
ere enrollEd as members:
Geo. H. McMastet Major. T. V
Woodward, J. B. Turner, F.
Austin, F. A. NeH, J. B. Crlee, M
obn HEoWs, B. H. Hood, J. M. Steel
A. . Davis, T. B. MeimatfTo
Osarad. no, W
The s was at
thoried to appoint a committee e
me os more in each township to selic
members and contributions, and at tt
:loas of the meeting made the follo wi
Township 1, JTno. G. Wolling.
T 2, T. II. Boulware.
TownshIp 6, on
Township 7, E.
Township 8, W. J. Jo
Township 9, T. WV Enf.
Township 10,.1J ". Steele.
Township 11 '' ' .Glenn.
Teoship 12, J1. W. Pope.
Township 13, A. E. Davis.
Township 14, T. H. Ketchin, H.
Wylie, J. Q. Davis.
Dureg the meeting many practic
mugget !r 'ere made, and thoi
presn' d the deepest interest
he sue. . :t the move.
White Head Cabbage.
IF YOU WANT WHITE HEA)
Cabbage soon buy some of our Earl
3 4.2 McV.ASTER CO.
MONEY TO LOAN.
FIVE BUNDRED DOLAE 0]
realestate. Apply at The News am
herald offce. 3-14
A healthy young white man, singI
sative of Fairfld, may get a positlo
LaWinnsbOrs by applyng l his owl
writing with references to "X.TY. Z.,
are The News and Herald offee. 3-1
EGGS FOR HA"CIII.
I CAN NOW FURNISH EGGS U
h Whit -Bose.Comlb Leghorn-ti
gg machine of the word-anid lat4
n the season a limited number of ogi
b White Wyandottesi-the best al
L urp ose chicken.T.L IHOD
EARLY ?RNG ARBIYAI&
To Give You a Start on
We are offerin new white goods in Checked Muslin, Nain
sook, Lawns, Dimities, Corduroys and Piques. In colored
goods, we are showing some pretty styles in Piques, Cordu
roy, Fancy Giagham, Chambrays and Percals. These are
just the thins for early spring waists.
A very Due line of new Embroideries in match patterns,
both Swiss and Hamburg. A good bargain in short lengths
of Embroidery and Insertion at 5c to 8 i-3c per yard. Some
thing new ini Ladies' Belts, with ribbon streamers and spike
ends; also new gilt and silver belting, with tassels to match.
Our Mr. Caldwell is now in the northern markets buying
our s gKelm will have charge of our millinery again
this season. She is now in Baltimore buying our sprng
A gothat you see our New Goods; it will pay you
WE BUY GOODS CHEAP,
and we are satisfied with a small pront, so we sell cheap.
"The best goods for the least money", is our motto.
The Galdwell Dry' Goods Oonpamy
NEW STOCK R. & G. CORSETS. ALL SHAPES,
f - - r - - --
ILL SELL LACE, COLORED RIBBONS
AND SILKS FOR LESS THAN
i.IC O S T0
Some nice Silk for waists at 5o cents on the dollar of ist
TO KEEPING A FULL LINE OF FAMILY GROCE.
RIES, I A LSO CARRY THE BEST LINE OF
8I1oes irn Wingsboro.
THE BEST HAM ON THE MARKET AT THE
J. D. McCarley & Co.'s.
AS THE TIME FOR PLANTING IS
I wish to announce that I have a fine assortment of both
MULES AND HORSES, ready for work. A few aecl
mated Horses and Mules, for rough and heavy service.
THE HIGH GRADE ROCK 'HILL BUGGIES
Dalas in stock. Rock Hill One-Horse Wagons. Try one.
Saddles, Bridles, Harness of all kinds and cf the best mako.
Thanking my friends and the public generally for their
liberal patronage to me; I very respectfully solicit a continua
anee of the same,
av', .;.' .-*" D. A. C rawford,
- WflIsBoRO, s. 0.'
OXFORD SLIPPERS, 1FROM $1.00 to $240.
VICI KIDS, FROM $;.50 to $8.50
ALL KINDS OF STYLES AT BAR
SHOES at from twenty-five to fifty cents a pair
cheaper than elsewhere.
Winrsboro Racket Co,
C. Ba. Gladden, Mgr.