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THAT WE ARE NOW PR
thing fwr spring wear. This sto,
A most interesting fact is that i
They are very near on a basis of
We call special attention tc
India Linon, Pique, Fine Wash
stylish goods in all kinds of go(
There has never been in Wi
ing-4rom the dainty little hem,
be beat. And along with this hn
In Dress Goods we are sho
Also fancy weaves of Suiting fo:
You should be sure to see t]
Also the fine white and cream it
yard, and particularly fine for si
Nowhere in the county can:
Hosiery, and the many little thil
Our opening in this room
change in shape and style from
Misses Croft and Johnston can
Be sure you call on them.
IN SHOES, we can pleas e
shapes-Oxfords and High Cuts
good wear, good feeling and low
MEN'S GOODS-We are s
light colo.s-three-piece and tw
A specially fine and pretty
goods are extra value and are bi
We- want your trade. The
Wednesday, April i, 1905
-Mr. R. W. Matthews is on a
visit to relatives in Anderson.
-Mr. David Smith of Long
town spent one day in town last
-Mr. Frank Boulware of Port
Tampa, Florida, is on a visit to
-Miss Mamie Cummings left
yesterday for a pleasure trip to
-W. W. Dixon, Esq., is in
attendance upon the Federal
court in Greenville.
-Mrs. Dora Rabb and her
daughter, Miss Theo, are visiting
relatives in Charleston.I
-Mrs. Oliver Johnson returned
home yesterday after spending
several week at her mother's.
-Master Tom Davis of Killians
has come up to stay several weeks
with his grandmother, Mrs. Han
--Mrs. R. C. Thomas of Ridge
way spent several days with the
family of Mr. R. E. Ellison last
- -The special term of court of
common pleas will begin Monday
morning with Judge Prince pre
-Dr. H. 0. Judd will conduct
Easter services at St. John's
church Sunday morning at II
-Mr. J. F. Wallace of York
ville spent several days last
week with the family of Mr.
W. W. Dixon.
-Mrs. E. P. Dwight left Mon
day for Charleston for a stay of
several week v.'h her son, Mr.
D. G. Dwight.
-Misses Anna McCants and
Isabel Douglass attended the
meeting of Bethel Presbytery at
.Ridgeway last week.
-Mrs. W. WV. Dixon and
ebildren left Friday for an ex
tended visit to relatives at Wood
wards and Yorkville.
-Col. S. M. Rice of Union is
spending a few days in town with
his daughters, Mrs. J. F. McMas
ter and Mrs. W. R. Elliott.
-The 6th judicial circuit will
be called ini the Supreme court
this week. Most of the Winns
doro bar will be in attendace.
-Misses Ella Beaty, Pearle
Willingham and Maud Willing
ham attended the presbytery
at Ridgewa~y one day last week.
-Miss Sue Dean, the popular
and efficient operator at the'
Western Union, will spend
Easter at her home in Green
-Mrs. W. C. Rabb has pur
eilsed the Obear lot on Moul
trie street and has let the con
tract for the building of a resi
dence thereon at an early date.
-The home of Mr. T. J. Mc
Meekin, at Monticello, w-as struck
by lightning a few days ago. Mr.
McMeekin himself sustained sew
eral slight bruises from falling
--tAt its meeting Wednesday
eavening Winn Lodge 108 elected
.3. P. Q4.arles and L. T. Baker as
delegates to the grand Lodge
Knights of Pythias to be held at
Beaufort on May 16th. Preston
Rion and J. E. M~cDonald were
'elected as alter-uates,.
-The closing exercises of the
pablie school at Wood waed will
be held Thursday night at 7.30.
Toe eaom and coa will be served
) Let You
EPARED TO SHOW YOU A CO
:k is fresh, and there uever has bee
rices are lower, and this is partici
our fine stock of White Goods, a
Organdie, Fine Mulls. Persian Lav
ds. In this line of White Goods 1
nnsboro such a line of Emnbroidery
titched edge to the very wide and
e come the line of fine Val Laces, v
ving a particularly fine line of Bri
r suits and skirts.
ie fine line of Silks, specially in b]
the soft and waterproof Jap Sill
its and waists.
you find the new things we sho-w i
gs that are new and necessary to
-as the most successful we have
ast season; we have the new style
give you all the new ideas, also t
your eye, and fit both your purse
, Patent Leather and fancy Vici, '
price, our footwear is tbe best ma
howing some particularlv niobby st
>-piece suits. Price always low.
ine of Negligee Shirrs-prices, a
Lrgains for you.
iigbt goods, right prices and I
by the ladies. The public is
cordially invited to attend these
-Reuben Ford, a negro want
ed on many charges, was arrested
her Monday and carried to Col
-Herbert Nelson. colord, was
committed to the jail yesterday
for enticing labor from the Winn
sboro Granite Co.
-Mrs. D. E. Jordan and Mrs.
R. L. Bryan returned to Colum
bia yesterday after a short visit
to the family of Judge Neil.
-The Winnsboro base ball
team played the C. M. A. nine at
Rock Hill Monday afternoon, rhe
score being 14 to 9 against them..
-Mayor Ketchin has given
rank Johnson 120 days on the I
hain gang on four different
ounts. This is a good move for
idding the town of negroes who
wvill not work. The law against
agrants is going to Ue moreL
strictly enforced. Good.
-The Girls' Mission Band of
the Presbyterian Church will
give an egg hunt at 5 o'clock on
Friday afternoon of this week at
the residence of Rev. S. C. Byrd.
Admission 5 cents. Ice cream
will be sold on the lawn. All are
are invited to attend.
-On account of the largej
space taken by the supervisor s
report, the report of the board of
public works, which was handed
n Monday, is necessarily held
ver until next week. For the
same reason the list of new books
for the public library is held
-The time-honored custom of
planting beans on Good Friday
ill be practiced this week. The
gardens should now receive the
verv best attention. Nobody
should be discouraged because
their extra early vegetables were
killed. There is timue en.ough yet:
to- make the very best garden.
-The services at the Methodist
church came to a close Friday
evening. Rev. Watson B. Dun
can, who did all the pr.eachiing,
left +he next morning for his
hor.e at Rock Hill. His plain,
practical preaching in a simple'
and earnest manner was greatly
enjoyed by all who heard him.
He wron many friends during his
One Drop Head- Machine made
by the Standard Sowing Ma-:
cine Co. for sale st $18 00.
T. M.. Haynes.
j~ii~ sure th~at your bottled:
drinks are labeled "Mca~l
Brothers," which insures the:
Meeting at the A. R. P. Church.
Communion services will be
held at the A. R. P. church next
Sabbath. Preparatory services
will be held on Friday and Satuir
day. Rev. Dr. McClintock of
Newberry will do the preaching
during the meeting. The public
is cordially invited to attend
giiThis week I am boring a'
well for A. E. Davis at Mon
tiello. Phone me if you want u
well that won't go dry.
J. C. Weir.
BICYCLES.-I am now handling:
a full stock of Bicycles. Be
sure to see them. T. M. Haynes.
jB.alk 5 - Iit.I -Jday - g
PETE STOCK OF EVERY
n such va iety of pretty styles.
tlarly so in all cotton goods.
.1 at lower prices than last year.
ns. Very thin goods are the
he prices range from 5c. to 50c.
and Laces as we are now show
showy-all at prices that can't
hich we have in greater variety
liantines, in colors and black.
acks, at 50c. to $1.50 a yard.
:s; these are 50c. and 75c. the
i Belts, Gloves, Collars, Combs,
>eing properly dressed.
iver had. There is a decided
- and at prices to please you.
de best and most stylish work.
and your foot in the newest
an and White. For good looks,
yles in Suits, both in dark and
c., 75c., $1.00, $1.25. These
est service should merit your
Presbytery Met at Ridgeway.
Bethel presbytery met i
Aimwell church on Wednesda;
last and was opened by th
retiring moderator, Rev. J. I
De.dy. Rev. W. L. Lingle o
Rock Hill was elected nioderatoi
Rev. W. A. Hafner stated clerk
Rev. G. G. layes was receive<
from Enoree presbytery au
rrangements made to install hin
pastor of the church at Black
The following commissioneri
were elected to the general as
3embly that meets at Fort Worrd
n May 18th: Dr. J. H. Thorn
well, Rev. H. J. Mills; alternates
Revs. S. C. Byrd and Chalmer
rase; elders, R. H. Browne anc
. P. Caldwell.
The presbytery will meet nlex'
t Heath Springs.
iiiiFor Sale-Lime, Brick ani
ement. M. W. Doty.
rhe Death of flr. Robert Bankhead
Mr. Robert Bankhead died a
is home Sunday morning afte:
m illness of only a few days
Elis funeral services were con
Iaeted that afternoon at the
L. R. P. Church by Rev. C. E
dcDonald and his remains in,
:erred in the A. R. P. cemetery
dIanv of his old war comradei
oined in paying this last tribut4
o his memory.
Mr. Bankhead was born Mal
7, 1844. He is survived by hii
ife, three sons, James B, Bant
iead, Chester; William G. Bank
d Robert E. Bankhead, Winn
~boro; four daughters, Mrs
Alla McGarity, Misses Lizzie
Etta, and Dora Bankhead, all od
Winnsboro; three brothers, Jamei
W. Bankhead, Stover; M. Y
Bankhead, White Oak, and Jobt
W. Bankhead, Chester; threE
sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Sloan, Mrs
Elattie Buechell, and Miss Mary
~3nkhead. These have the .sym
aty d4 ipny friends in theil
F1is. J..die Pounitir Meadyp.
Within the last month we have
een reminded by the translatior
f relatives of the uncertainty ol
:his earthly life.
A letter fromi Mrs. Pollnitz os
dyvrtlewood, 414., brings the sac
ne~ws of the death of Mrs. Lidis
Pollnitz Meador, wife of D. J
d1eador, of that place. Mrs
dJeador was the grand daughter
f the late Capt. T. M. Lyles ani
laughter of Capt. Edwin S
Pollitz of Maringo, Ala.,
gallant Confederate soldier, wh<
fter serving through the terri
be war, at ib close, died fron
the efects of diseaae cpptractei
whie a prisoner on Ship Island
just two days after his release
at his father's home and withou
seeing his wife and little ones
who were in South Carolina witi
Mrs. Meador was a most lova
ble woma.n and a sincere Chris
tan. She is surrived by he~r bus
bind, mother, sister and jivi
Buckhead, April 15, 1905.
Q||'A Big Lot of Ladies
Pie hats and Ready-to-Wea
Millinery. New Goods arrivini
daily. Be sure to see our Mil
linery. D. V. Walker & Co.
BUGGIES, BUGGIES-We no'
have a full stock of BUGGIE;
of the following :nakes: Cort
land, Rock Hill, and Cincir
natti. See these before buyitj
n v. Walke. & Comn.
The Conference for Education
which meets in Columbia April
26-28 will be the most notable
educational gathering held in
Routh Carolina in several years.
It will be a great opportunity
for the teachers and other edu
cational workers o the State to
meet the leaders in educational
thought, especially in the South.
The Palmetto State should be
fully represented at this great
Mr. D. L. Stevenson, county
superintendent of education,
!issues a call this weGk for a
I meeting of the school trustees
and all others interested in the
establishment of a permanent
Industrial High School in Fair
field county. This is a very
important measure and the meet
ing for its consideration should
be fully attended so that the
matter may receive the considera
tion that is due it. At the same
' meeting the school trustees will
consider the advisability of tak- I
ing a new school census. a
A few days ago we were at the
home of a very progressive farmer
in another county. He was hav
ing about two acres of his best
land prepared for sweet potatoes. c
He says that with the dem-And
for potatoes there has been the e
past season this is one of thea
morat valuable crops that any
farmer can zw plant. He has o
already ordered his plants; which
will cost $1.00 per thousand. le a
proposes to push his potatoes 7.
that he will have them on the i
market as early as possible to d
secure the very best prices for f,
them. It will pay the farmers of e
Fairfield to give this matter their
carefal atteption, as there can be h
no question abogt it tnat the b
D potato is a money coy.
Millinery for Easter.
f Pattern flats, Ready-to-Wear
, Hats, Trimmed and Untrimmed
Hats for ladies, misses and chil- a
I dren opened and ready for par
chasers at J. 0. Boag's.
Cold Weather Does Serious Damage. P
The reporfl from 4ll sections
of the State indicate that tha
cold weather of the past three
days has done serious damage to
all truck and fruit crops. The lb
thermometer ranged from 32 to t
25 Monday morning. Vegetables a]
were eithar killed outright or
badly injured. The peach crap a
is badly damaged. The damiage 0r
will reach into the thousands. ~
WBuggies! Buggies;-I have ".
them at prices to please you, ~
M. W. Doty.
Important to llousekeepers.
I am handling -ice again this
season and all orders will be
given the promptest attention.
I want your ica trade and will do
the very thing to please yon
Price the lowest.
I have just bought 45 head of,
the finest stall fed cattle and air
better perpared than ever before
to supply my customers with the
best beef the market affords.
Give me your orders for fresh F
meats. Phone 15 for your ice
and fresh meats.
John W. Rusesell.
WFor Sale-Lot of Lumber,
2x4 and 7 and 8-inch plank. at F
$1.10 per 100 feet. M. W. Doty.
LOST-Dull red and white
spotted bull about half grown g
(4.50 lbs.) Reward will be paid
to the party who has taken up
this yearling or can give in
formation leading to his recov
ery. .Jecently bought from J.
M. Higgins. D. L. Stevenlson, -
Stevenson, S. C.
An election for one trustee for A
school district No. 14 will be IT
held on Monday the first day of 8.
May pe4t, to succeed Dn. J. Q. 'y
Buchanqn whose term as trustee
expires. The books of regis
tration 'will be open on Thursday,
iFriday and Saturday preceding S
the day of election. J. A. Hin
nant is appointed to conduct the F1
registration and J. A. Hinnant, e
R. N. McMaster and Thos. Phil- m
lips are appointed managers of
JMy rder of IBoard of Trust~ees
for school district 14.a
J. FRANK F00SHE,
There is All
Wfhen it Come~
It is a satisfauction to know thai
r The Best in Hams--Swift's P
The Rest in Peaches-Helme
-The Lest in Canned Corn--Si
lhe Best in Canned Pineappl
The Best in Pineapple Chees
vTry our Canned Sweet Potatoes
SAll the breakfast f
A MATTER OFIEALTH
HAS 0M SUBSTITUTE
White Oak Notes.
The many relatives and friends
iere of Mr. Robert Bankhead
vere pained to hear of his sad
leath. The sympathy of this
ntire community is with tl e
orrowing ones. Many from here
ttended the funeral.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beau
hamp of Rion have moved to the
itter s mother's. Mr. Beauchamp
xpects to go into business at
It. Airy, N. C., in the near future.
Mr. John A. Nichols, formerly
f this place, but now of Ches
ar, and Miss Janie Aderson,
ne of Chester's fair daughters,
rere happily married in that city
Lst Wednesday evening. Many
angratulations from his many
'iends here go up to the happy
Miss Mary Bankhead is with
er brother's family in Winns
oro for several days.
Mlr. Egeschel of Columbia is
siting her daughter, Mrs, J. 1.
Misses Hester Nelson and
unice Bryce of Jackson Creek
re visiting the family of Mr.
. . Wilson.
Mrs. Brown White of Qhester,
with her sister, Mrs. T. G,
atrick, for a few days. N.
April 17, 1905.
For Over Sixty Years
MRs. WINLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUr
is been used for over 60 years by mil
)ms of mothers for their children
hile teething, with perfect successs
soothcs the child, softens the gumis
lays all pain; cures wind colic, and is
e best remedy for Diarrhcea. Itwill
lieve the poor little sufferer immedi
elv. Sold by druggists in every art
the woyhl. Teny~five eent a
>ttle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
rinslow's Sootbing Syrup," and take ~
) other kind.
EW'NG MACHINES-We are
now handling the Standard
SIewing Maohipes in all grades.
They give satisfaction. D. Y.
Walker & Co.
OST-Last Wednesday, one
blue and black hound, female,
answers to the name of Laura.
Wearing collar about ope-half
inch wide with J. T. W., Leeds,
S. C. marked thereon. Finder
please deliver to Mr. Sam T. .
Clowney and get the $2.50 c
reward. J. G. Wolling.
OR RENT-House in Winns.
boro occupied by J, E~, tat~
thews, Large lot with good
well and out buildings.-Apply
to C. W. Madden.
OR SALE-Early Cotton Seed.
A small amount of Moore's
Excelsior Cotton Seed. WV. H.
OR SAINE-Cabbage Plants,
earliest varieties, at 20 cents
per 100; Fine Tomato Plants
at 5 cents per dozen. Also
Cut Flowers and Ctipgs.=.
Mrs. Ji A. Hinnant.
Stock holders' Meeting.
The annual .meeting of, the"
oung Men's Saving and Loan ~
esociation will be held the last
bursday in April, the 27th, at i
30 o'clock P. M. at the o~ice of
.* D. ouglass, Esq.
H. E. KETCH IN.
Secty. & Treas.
chool Trustees to Meet.
A meeting of the school trustees of*
iirfleld County and all parties inter
Led in the establishiment of a terma
nt Ind!1erial High School are here
called to mieet in the Town Hall, at'
lnnsboro ,Monday, A pril, 24th, at il f
Tpe ttp are p 4ggd to be preet g8
tnis mneeting aa steps will be taken
r making a new school census.
D. L. STEVENSON,
Cc. Supt. Education.
in a Name
ES tQ BLayirig
you are getting the best, the
t and Gondola,
oods in stock.
Candies are just fine.
T C. BOYD.
We have purchas
Cigar Cases N
That we are sellini
COST. Let us s
Jno. H. McMa.
Phone 39. D
- FOR -ase
For Garden and
We carry a full sto
GARDEN SEEDS a
want in this line.
12 varieties of BEAN.
[his is the time for planting corn.
ATHITE AND GOLDEN DENI
3uy your Sorghum Seed here.
Under Winnsboro Hotel.
The Best Dess
IS ICE CREAM, WHICH CAN BE
ease and satisfaction with a
than any other. Easy to keep in or
For ice cream satisfaction try one.
A big lot of Poultry Wire in all
The best fence for the garden and tl
Everything in CROCKERY and IE
I wisi to call special attenti<
COLORED AND WI
SIf you need anything in t'
heap, be sure and call.
. Geo. R. I
CUT YOUR CO:
By Raising Pleni
for your stock for the sur
It will pay you todo s
place to buy your
THlE JAMES L. TAPP CO., - -
h te oth. The absoute styles, to
Leacd in the
app Millinery Styl
ery Sil ndk v et; alsoI
lars and Cuffs. Price 25c,
.. or o~er ithin aO nt
;ed a sample
g at ACTUAL
;ter & Co.
ck of LANDRETH'S
nd can supply your every
ert of All
MADE WITH MORE
der, easy to operate.
widtbs just arrived.
SE IG-E R.
>nl to my line of
liat line pretty and
3. This is the
eS. - - -
es in Lace, Linen Embroid
he latest styles in sets of Col
ink, blue, black, white, cream
beads. Price, 25c., 35c. and
a xpres on purchases of