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T SINCE GOTTON 3
MANY SPRING 4
YOUR DOLLAR WILL GI
to our store. WE HAVE THil
To show the reduction in pri
5c. Ginghams that sold at 12
that were 5. now; 4c. This che;
in this line of White Goods yoi
and Embroideries to go with tl
FINE COLORED MUSLIN
large patterns-prices, 4c., 6c.,
In DRESS GOODS, we have
So you find just what you want
In MILLINERY we can ple
that cannot be beat in South C2
SHOES-We can furnish to :
and at prices that you can pay.
Splendid line of Men's Neglil
and two-piece suits-new, styli
Our store is too large to tell y
after your trade, and if you coc
Polite and capable service is on(
Wednesday, May 3. 1905
- Don't neglect the garden.
-Do not plant too much cotton
-Raise all food supplies at
-Wedding bells are ringing,
-Make preparations for a big
-~rs. F. M. Habenicht spen
Magday in the capital city.
-Mr. 0. D. Padgett of New
berry spent Sunday in town.
.-Miss Alice Walker spent a
few days in Columbis last week.
-J. E. McDonald, Esq., is in
Lancaster on professional busi-.
-Mr. K. R. McMaster has
been on a short visit to relatives:
-Mr. Clark McCants of the
'South Carolina college spent Sun
.<ay at home.
-Miss Lil Dwight left yester
eday fLr an extent'ed visit to her
r.aunt in St. Louis.
-41r. Boyce Elliott of New'
York spent several days with his~
mother the past week.
-Mrs. James P. White of~
Knoxville, Tenn., is on a visit to
the family of her brother, Mr.
D. V. Walker.
-Mrs. Roach of Charleston
and Mrs. Steadman of Rockton
spent last week with their sister,
-Miss Grace James has ac
~cepted a position with D. V.
Walker & Co., where she will
hoe pleased to see her friends.
-In the horse show at C'olum-j
'bia last Wednesday Mr. J. A.
IHagood of Blythewood_ won the
Erst prize for the best single mule
-Mr. J. A. Brice, Jr., went to
'anta last week to stand the
AtL ;cal examination prepara
phyh , his enterirg West Point
tory t' iner.I
this sum .ba Falls picnic Satur
-Catan -ing with the time
day in kee:? -. of holding this
honored custo" 'hering the first
great social ga.
Saturday in Mav. '4 the bride
-At the home iT. P. Mc
near Blythewood. Mr.* married
Grady of Columbia wa. v .S
to Miss Lily Smith~byR R, A S
Leslie on the 19th of Apri. -i.
-Miss Mattie Martin, ' ,of
stenographer for the law firn.
McCullough & McSwain of Gret n
ville, is sp.ending a few~ dlays wit.h
her mother, Mrs. S. (G. Martin.
-Mr. H. Langley will give a
free graphaphone entertamnment
at the cour: house this evening
at 6 o'clock. Hie especially
requests all children to be present.
-The election for school
trustee by the voters of sch ool
district No 14 Monday resulted
in the elec' ion of Dr. J. C. Buch
anan as trrstee to succeed him
self for the term of three years.
--Last Tuesday evening in the
Methodist chuirch ait Bennetsville
Mr. Frank C. Withers of the
Columbia State was married to
Miss Elizabeth Ervin. Miss
Louise D wigh t w as maid of honor.
-Mr. W. 1B. Jone&s, who has
lived wit lb is brother, Mr. .James
Jones of Blackstoe.k, was stricken
with at oplexy a few weeks ago(
whvile visiting at Gaffuer and wais
+ame to his home in Kentucky.
VAS HVE CENTS A POU
iOODS FOR A DOLLAR A
T YCU EXACTLY WHAT Y01
VYAIIETY. WE HAVE THE
e of Cotton Goods-Ginghams I
c. are now 10c. Calicos r.bat were
per ?rice is still on all lines-es
1 can get the prettiest sty les You
3 A5D ORGANDIES-both in
Sc., 10c., up to the very fine Silk
th6 chi eap goods as low as 10c. a
-&nd quality considered the pri(
se yo u, whatever price you want
.rolir.a for quality.
it all feet-from the baby to the i
.e S' iirts at bargain prices. Me
a a! id up-to-date.
>u a 11 the good ihings we have, a
e te -see us you can understand
of the features of our store.
I Dry Goods C
wh tere he is reported as gradualli
- -Mrs. T. A. DesPortes o
Rdgeway spet t Sunday in town
--Miss Julia. Campbell lef
vesterday for a short visit to hei
'is;er, Mr.-. J. E. Reid, at Roe
-Mr A. 13. Connor is at how(
from his i ol at 1ypress. H<
leaves this week for an extended
stay in Florida.
-Mr. T. Morris is now thi
operator at the Winnsboro cot
ton exch ange, succeeding Mr. J
B. Stev ens, who left town lasi
-Th ere was no preaching a:
he A. .R. P. Church Sabbatia
nornis ig, as Rev. C. E. McDonale
vas at ;sisting in special serviccs
t Le dlie that day.
-J )r. J. W. Daniel of Colm-.
>a y rill deliver an address at Jen
~its, ille Friday evening May the
~th. T his lecture is for the bene
t% c f the school and the public is
orr lially invited to attend. Nc
he rge for admission.
--There will be a meeting of
h<,Winnsboro Library Associa
it n Friday evening at 8.30 o'clock~
t the Thespiau hall. An inter.
as sing program will be cairried
' it and a full attendance of all
e members is desired.
-The barn of Mr. JTohn M.
~Gayden of the Wateree section
was burned last Tuesday evening,
All the feed contents were de
troed and the mules therein
severely burned before they could
be taken out. Ed Rain es, colored,
was committerd to .iail charged
with the burning and as a result
of the preliminary has been bound
over to court.
-The members of Winnsborc
lyceum will be delighted to learn
that Mrs. Chilton, who gave two
such charming entertainments
here last year, will appear again
at the Thespian hall on Wednes
day evening, May 10th. This~
will be the last entertainment of
the lyceum course for this seasoui
and we feel perfectly safe in say.
ing that it will be second to none
that has been had.
Low Rates to Charleston.
On account of the Gerrar
Rifle Club Meet May Fes iv;'
and Golden Jubilee, May s-13
the Southern railway has ;nt
horized aL rate of one fare pin:
25 cents from all points in Souti
Carolina. Tickets sold May 8-!
and 10 with final limit May 13
For full information apply te
local agent. -
A Wonderful Saving.
The largest Msthodist Churel
iGeorgia used :32 gallons o
L&. M. mixed with 21 gallons o
ohus making paint cost 81.2'
-alon. T hey calculated t<
e 10'. gallons "of other pain
Saved a7bout 880.00, and also go
a big don.stionf of L. & M. Deal
'-rs gladly sell L. & M.. becaus
their custo' ei s cua for it, an
ay they use' .it 12, 14 and eve
30 years ago.
Uout pay SM.50 a gallon fc
ineeed oil, wLich you do.
Buy oil fre ih rom the barr!
't 60'eents~ per gallon, and mix]
It makes 1.IiUt ct about 81 4
sold by lMc'Masteri Co,, 'N flU
''oo: C.' P. Wraiy & Co , .1
wai: Kennedy Mer. and Baukui
ND COULD YOU BUY AS
S YOU CAN NOW. sit
W5 WANT IF YOU RRING IT y
BEST. WE HAVE IT CHEAP. be
hat sold at Gjc. last year are now 3
6-c. last summer now 5e. Calicos I*
>ecially so in White Goods-and A
ever saw, and beautiful Laces B.
small 3gures and the fashionable Ne
M;1ull s. flo
yard; then we have the fine goods.
e is the lowest. Th
to pay. We will furnish goods dr
;randfather-any shape and style
's and Boys' Clothing-full suits. M
id the many bargains, but we are' of
why it pays to trade with us. wE
ompany. -= =
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Confederate Veterans, Attention. 1,
'The annual meeting of Camp th,
Raines wiit be held in the court br
house in Winnsboro at ftwelve bo
o'clock M. sharp on SatiIrday, w:
May the. 6th.. inst. An election wi
will b tad f-sc officers and dele
gates to tho general and state
By oxder of the commander. th
John J. Neil. ch
In the vrote last week in regard
to the edit rs of the Naws and h
Herald, it was statea that Mr. o
Augusto-s .DesPort-ef; was fore- fr
man in t'-ie ->ffice from the :fy.nd-bo
ing oth< p per in 1844 60 the a
time not is death in 1561. It
wasnotu til ab)ouLt kS4T that he r~O,
begain his work in the oftice. Itt C
1837 he be -:ame proprietor of the C
paper, whi ehi he owned at the ~
time of hi e death and which F
remained to hi.s estate, till sold w
in 1863 to c 'ta~in H. A, Gail- e
H-elpir: U the Poor. an
The Union C heri'ty society was Tb
called to meet - t Mrs. W. A. 1fe
Beaty's on last: Weadnesday to'
decide whether < r ac to con tmnue
the society. At ter -.,. r'eiew of Th
ther work it was decided to con- Chi
tinue. From .Ja: mary, 1904, totn
May.. 1903, the s oriety has col
lected $66.11; ei penses during
Ithat time $43.48, ht wring on hand
22.63. Th ere are -t~'ree persons
who are hElped r ~alarly each ha
month besides ma asy extra calls. Li
A great de al has hion done by
this society to relie vne th suffer
in, both white at. d .colored, in 2
Th., officers are: Mrs. U. G-jGi
DesPartes, presiden t; Mrs. J. F.
McM: .ster and Mrs. R. C. Good- Gr
ing, vice-p: esidents; Mrs. X. A.
Bea4. y, trea:urer.
SVoodmec Camp Org: mnize d. la
A. camp of the W nodmen of
th Work'. was organized Lherelv2
F iday evening; with. about, 60 'Tb
m mrber&. This' is a, fraternlal CO]
oder witi. ai Large :neumbership adi
i this Sts.te. It offe es insurance th<
to its mem bers at a v'ry low rate. ML
The~ folk- wing o~i'cers wereci
Consul etc(omel Qd eI, Rev. J1. L. to
Freeman; at Iviser lieutenant, W.
W. Dixon; b anker, U. A. :Bro nu: yo
clerk, Ri. T. Turner; watchman, m
E. J. Stewar t; sentry, Riley Boul-t<
ware, oblvici. im, Dr. E. C. Jeter; ea
board'of mai iagers, W. L. Kirk- hur
patrich, A. I;- Hood, S. F. Cas-1
The name ) f the camp -will be
Holly Wood; it pill meet second . -
Tfuesday ever dug of each month. ti
Whit e Oak Notes. p
,Mrs. F. .1. Nichols of Chester n
)is now with h er son, J. Nichols _
at White Oak.,
:Mr... E. A. Mar'ney of Lincol- .
tonh, N. C. is ' -isiting her daugh- ca
ter Mrs. D). ( L. Smith. th
Mr. T. C. T 'odig has moved N<
his stock of ratchandise from p
the Nobihy b uidg to the old Ipc
rc(<hui store onu s door north of T.leo
1 G. Patrick .x 'o',: -store. wi
Mr. B3. E. WiC'sen spent last:L
1 week wit a ais~ arenitL at Peak's. 87
t Mr'. C W. Nlobley has again pc
one in' th e mercntii& business W
0 at his old st and. N.
Our yonn friend. Mr.RU. L. Pat
- rick, wv~r ~ inte oratorical contest
Iat Greers oo 1 last we;ek. Hur- '~
~rai for w it Oak and for Ers- T
At n-n' o'clock on Widnesda
ennif Aprii 26, Miss Lillia
>lbia. (aughter of Mr. and Mr:
hn H. 3ellin, of Coimbia, wO
irrit-d in old Trinity church t
r. David Ellison, of Jacksoi
iss. The ceremony was pei
rmed by the rector of Triinit:
Fe Rev. Dr. Niles.
The'1r wedding was lovely in it
nplicity. The church wa
autiful with its Easter decora
os, and the altar gleamed wit]
hundred wedding caudlas.
To the strains of Wagner's im
essive wedding chorus, th
idal party entered the church
rst came the two little ribbo:
vs, clad in white, Masters Joh
0in and Elmar Waring. Thes
re followed by the six ushers
exander Bollin, Marion Du
se, Walter Watson, of Green
.e, Carlton Sawyer, F. H. Jack
and Dr. Henry Horlbeci
:t came the two dainty littl
N.er girls, Misses Georgia Bol
and Katherine Ellison, smal
ters of the bride and groom
ese little gil wore airy whit<
sses and ,ezrried armfuls o
[namediately -afte-r the flowei
1. wafked the beautiful maid
honor, the bride's sister, Mis
nnie Do.llin. She was grace
ly gowned in a costume of sof
ite lace and carried an armfu
stately Easter lilies, tied witl
Last of all came the bride her
f, on the arm of ber father
John H. Bollin. Miss Bollii
)ked her loveliest. Her gowi
s a creation of lace over shim
ring white taffeta. The lon'
dal veil was caught back wit]
spray of lilies of the valley
her throat she wore the gift o
a groonw, a beautiful pear
)och. Her handsome brida
cuet was white roses, tie(
th~ white tulle and cascadec
th lilies of the valley and as
rhe young couple and thei:
erdants left the church afte:
ceremony to the triumphani
rds of the Mendelssohn wed
ig march. Immediately after
rds, at the home of the bride'.
her, in Waverly, a 'beautifu
dding reception was tenderei
family and intimate friends
re, too, Easter decorationw
availed, and nothing could havt
mn more exquisite~ than th14
istic arrangement of snow3
es and masses of blushing
ifr. and Mrs. Ellison 't
lumbia that evening for a shori
p to Savannab and came bacb
idy eventng to Winnsbort
ere they have been spending
eral days with his parents
ey leave to-day for Jackson
ss., where Mr. Ellison holds
important position with the
-ginia-Carolina Chemical Co
e good wishes of hosts of
mds go with them.
ia% Stood the Test 25 Years.
old, orignl GROVE'S Tasteles
1 Tonie. You know what you art
ing. It is iron anI quinine in E
eless form. No cure. no pay. 50u~,
Valuable Gift to Library.
Irs. E. P. Szott of Longtowr
given to the Winnsborc
rary the following books.
Elements of Moral Philosophy
iemoirs of Hannah -More
3miiartine's History of thE
condists, 3 v'ol.
iterature & Literary Men of
eat Britain & Ireland, 2 vols.
electic Magazine, 9 vols.
[he Queens on England Strick~
Ld, 12 vols.
Jonstitution of Man.
Botta's History, 2 vols.
&s will be seen these are very
able old standard books,
y are all well bound, in good
dition and make a valuable
lition to the Library. This
ghtfulness on the part o:
's. Scott is very m ne h appre
ted by the Library Association.
shold be a stimulus to others
[he Library now has :320
umes of its own and with
ny similar contributions t<
above, this naber could
ily be increased severa
What is Foley's Kidney Cure?
Lnswer: It is miade fromu a prescrip
iof a leading Chicago physjiian
I (one of the muost eminfenit in a
ntry. T1he ingredients are thi
-e..t that mny cv an bLy, aind air
uitifically emuihine~d to giet their ut
s value. sold by McMaster Co.
533.co Pacific Coast,
riets on sale daily from Clhi
o March 1st to May 15th vi:
SCicago, LUion Pacific d
>rth -W~estern Line. Corres
dingly low rates from al
mis. Daily and personall:
uducted excursions througl
thout change to San Franciscc
>s Angeles, and Portland, onl;
.00 for double berth. Ful
rticulars on application t<
.B. Kniskern, P. T. M., C.
W. Ryv., Chic ago.
lne ai ili'u att :1 ack is dre'ci1dd
viaiant it is <juickly over wholi
ambit-rain' Sbomlach and Live
bets are useCd. F~or sale by Obee
A MATTER OFEALT1
MLS 10 SIIISTI1T
- Studying Local History.
The Cultus Club was entertaine
1 Saturday afternoon at the home
Mrs. J. Q. Davis. Delightful refresl
ments were served. This meeting w<
given wholly to the study of local hi.
tory. Tte following program was ca:
Roll call: Cities of South Carolina.
Minerals of South Carolina ...............
...... ..... ....... .. .. .Mrs. T. K. Elliol
Sketch of Winnsboro..................
....... .........Mrs. W. C. Beat
Interesting points in and around
Winnsboro.......Miss Bessie McMaste
Fairfield's men of note.... ..........
........................... ......M iss A nnie Davi
A few experiences of the women <
Winnsboro during General Sharman'
The members all report that this wa
without doubt one of the most intei
i esting meetings the club has ever held
the papers all being of a very higI
order. These will be published in Th
f News and Herald within the next fe'
For Over Sixty Years
MRS. WINSLoW'S SooTmNOI SYRU
has been used for over 60 years by mi:
lions of mothers for their childre:
while teething, with perfect succes
It soothes the child, softens the gum!
allays all pain; cures wind colic, and i
the best remedy for Diarrhoa. It wi]
relieve the poor little sufferer ImmedJ
ately. Sold by druggists in every pai
of the world. Twenty-five cents ;
bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mr.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and tak
no other kind.
In the case of D. J. Weir vs. South
ern Railway Co., for pecrsonal injuries
the jury found 500 for the plaintil
instead of the defendant as inadver
tantly reported last week.
In the case of James H. Coleman vs
William S. Douglass, executor, th,
jury returned a verdict of $47 for thi
defendant.. The plaintiff set up .
claim for $400 for serv~ices rendered ti
his father, of whose estate the defend
anit was the administrator. The de
fendant set up a counter claim of $4
against the plaintiff; which amoun
wvas given by the jury. The striking
feature of this case was the number o
negro preachers who were witnessel
for the plaintiff.
In the case of Robert Johnson vs
Southern Railway Co. for personal in
juries sustained while in the emnploy.o:
the defendant company in Mississippi
the jury found a verdict of $800 for thy
In the case of Mary Lee Fee an<
WV. J. Fee vs. Southern Railway Co,
the jury. found a verdict of $25 fo:
each of the plaintiffs. This was
an action for damages for running pas
the station at which the plaintivG were
:.o get off the train of the defendain
In the case of Mrs. Annie F. Ruf
vs. Southern Railway Co. the jur;
gave a verdict of $500. This was ar
action for personal injuries sustaines
by the plaintiff as'a result ef falling or
the steps of the station at Alston
which were alleged to be defective.
En the case of the Winnsboro Bani
vs. Rebecca Woodward, executrix, an<
J. D. McCarley, the jury found a ver
diet for the defendants. This was ai
action to recover on a promissory note
In thne casa of Frank~ Leitner v~e
Southern Railway Co. the jury gave
verdict of $25 for the plaintiff. Thi:
was a suit for personal injuries sus
tained by the p~lainltiff as a result o
alleged rough handling on- the part o
the conductor of th.e said defend an
Trhough the business of the couri
was dipatched with rapidity, man;
eases still remain on the docket. I
would take a session of at least tw<
weks miro to catch up with the wor1
of the co:ud' of enm)Imonl pleaOS.
This wvas Judge Prince's first appear
anece in a court in .i rfield. He mad<
amos faorable ixmpresion. All th
mmesof the bavr speak in the high
eat pra ise of his presidling.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUI
NINE Tablets. all druggists refun<
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Orove's signature is on eac.
Beears the The Kind You Have Always Bougl
i SEWING MACHINES-We ar
,now handling the Standar<
Sewing Machines in all grade
1 They give satisfaction. D. I
Walker & Co.
BUGGIES, B3UGGIES-We no'
have a full stock of BUGGIE|
of tihe following :nakes: Cort
ldRock Hill, and Cincir
r nat. See these before buyit
r DV. Walker & Company.
We have purch
That we are sel
COST. Let ui
dJno. H. McN
Tapp Pays t
You'll save money shopping at TAPI
8 0 est styles for the very least money. A
if on all purchases to $5 or over within 6
A large and select stock of Rugs an
- Velvet and Ingrain. These we show s
0 Special sale of best China Mattings
laid on the floor.
A See our new stock of Portiers in thi
e We are offering special bargains in:
V $15.00 the pair.
0 If you need a Hammock we have s
. Mosquito Canopies, for double and E
2 best; price $1.50 to $2.23 and $3.50.
Beautiful Tailored E
These we show in black, brown. nai
8 tifully made of best Taffeta Silk; price
: iTub S
- Made stplish and attractive, of the 1
t U Linen with embroidered waist, Brown
L suits we price at 98c., $1.75, $2.25, $2.75,
. Beautiful new figures and colors; w
N .30c., 35c. and .39c. Clr ~. .
Ladies' Embroidered Color 10c., 15
UITH E JAS. L. TAPP
is the great need
and his farm han
of Shoes that s
roughest wear an
r Just received, a
of Ploughs in all
A. B. CA
For Garden an
. We carry a full
want in this line.
12 varieties of BE
This is the time for planting c
WHITE AND GOLDEN D]
Buy your Sorghum Seed here.
Under Winnsboro Hotel.
The Best De
IS ICE CREAM, WH1CH CA:
ease and satisfaction with a
than any other. Easy to keep
For ice cream satisfaction try
A big lot of Poultry Wirei
BThe best fence for the garden a
Everything in CROCKERY
I wish to call special att
- PERCALES an
"N If you need anything
.cheap, be sure and call.
ased a sample
ling at ACTUAL
3 show them
Laster & Co.
e Ball Goods.
"S. Always the best values in new
,id prepay mail, freight or express m
Art Squares in Axminste, Smyrna, 0
tbrgin prices. 0.
at 19., 25c., 30e. and 35c. the yard,
race Cans price from $1.00 to
comlete stnoc'kfrbom $1.-00 to $8.00~cm a
ngl ed and cribs, We showthe*
hirt Waist Suits.
,y and otbeir popular shades, beau. N
$10.00, $12.50 and $15.00.
>est wash materials, such as White O
Line, Percales and Law ns. These
$3.00and up to $10.00.
. and 25c.
of the fa~~
dls. A fuid steie
vill stand thfe
di keep the foot
stock ot LANDRETH'S
)S and can supply your every
orn. Try our.
ssert of All
i BE MADE WITHI,MORE
in order, easy to operate.
n all widths just arrived.
,nd the yard.
ention to my line of
) WHITE MADRAS,
in that line pretty and