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at the right price.
Jno. H. McMaster &Co.
Phone 39. DRUGGISTS.
LANDECKER'S BIG STORE
Is sure enough doing the Big Business of Winnsboro.
Why? Because he has up-to-date goods that will
sell. He is hustling all the time to get goods to suit
the trade. A call will convince you that everything
is marked down to suit the times and your pocket.
You will have to see them to understand
how we'can sell them at.such very low fig
ures. We will not be undersold.
A new lot of Men's and Boys' Clothing in
suits or single piece at bargain prices.
Summer Dress Goods ;n proportion to the
rest of our immense stock.
Ladies', Men's. Boys' and Misses' Shoes
and. Slippers in endless variety. Prices right.
Our Notion Department is full and com
Call and examine those silk-worked Shirt
Waist Patterns and Japanese Drawn Silk
Mantle Scarfs and Table Covers, at a bargain.
Overalls a specialty.
See our line of Ladies" Dress Skirts.
Men's and Boys' Shirts of all grades.
Yours for business,
The Frrdnd Organs
Head the list of the highest grade. A solid
carload just arrived in your midst. My sales
men, Messrs. W. G. Magness, A. L. Sam and
E. E. Anderson will take pleasure in showing
you a sample of the
Famous Farrand Organ
and you will find the tone of the Farrand
richer, clearer, sweeter and stronger than in
,any other make.
EVERY ORGAN IS GUARANTEED
FOR1YEAR.R-- .-- --
Sold~ on ,easy payment plan. Write for cata
Jogue and prices.
C. T. MORRISON,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
WIanraro, S. C., and Hickory, N. C.
A Carload in Stock
A. B. Cathcart.
Preserve Your Fruit.
Have Fruit and Vegetables
in the Winter Tirne.
riNTS. QUARTS AND ONE-HALF GALLoNE.
.felly (Ginses ii two sizes.
C~al og a andt we will treat you as well as
Ynder Winnsboro Hotel.
Wednesday, June 28, 1905
-Big picnic at Shelton Jul
-Dr. I. D. Best of Millers
burg, Ky., is visiting in town.
-Miss Mollie Smith is visitini
Miss Leonora Williford in Sum
-Miss Minna Robertson c
Columbia is on a visit to th
-Mrs. C. H. Peake of Union i
in town with her sister, Mr.
W. R. Elliott.
-The young people of towi
enjoyed a dance at the armor;
-Mr. G. W. Abbott has move<
into the new Rabb cotta ge o1
-Mrs. Gertrude Pugh of Co
lumbia is on a visit to the famil:
of Mr. E. G. Scruggs.
- -Miss Mary Witherow has re
turned from a week's visit t
Ridgeway and Columbia.
-Mrs. C. A. Stevenson and
children are at Stearns, Nortl
Carolina, for a few weeks.
-Mr. Robert Brockington o:
Columbia is spending his twc
weeks' vacation with his mother
-Mrs. Rate P. Kennedy oJ
Due West is on a visit to the
family of Mr. W. H. Flenniken.
-Mrs. R. S. Bollinger ol
Columbia spent last week with
her parents, Dr. and Mrs. B. J.
-Misses Susie Doty and Flo
ride Martin are attending the
Citadel commencement in Colum
bia this week.
-Mrs. T. J. Cureton will re
turn to-day from Charlotte, where
she has been on a two weeks'
visit to relatives.
The home of Mr. D. V. Walk
is also to be put in the repainted
list. It is now one of the pret
tiest homes town.
-Mr. R. B. Mackorell has gone
to Hartsville, where he has ac
cepted a position with the firm of
J. L. Coker & Co.
-Miss Sara Beaty leaves this
woek for Hartsville, where she
will spend her two weeks' vaca
tion with her brother.
-Dr. B. J. Quattlebaum has
gone to Batesburg to be present
to-day at the 60th birthday
celebration of his mother.
-Mrs. Mary Sloan of David
son, N. C., has returned home
after a stay of several days with
her niece, Mrs. A. W. Brown.
-Mrs. Drusilla Stanton sand
Misses Ethel and Inez Ragsdale
are now visiting relatives in the
western portion of the county.
-Misses Annie Doty and
Laura Douglass spent last week
in Greenwood, being members of
Miss Annie Aiken's house party.
-The Cultus Club held its last
meeting for the summer at Mrs.
Witherow's Wednesday evening.
Delightful refreshments w e r e
-Rev. 3. ]B. Campbell has
gone to Laurens to perforn) the
marriage ceremony of his son,
John, to Miss Josephine Moseley,
-Miss Kathryn Kellamn has
returned to her home in Hampton,
Va., aft~er a. stay of several weeks
with the family of Dr. B .
- John Caldwell, an aged negrc
held for lunacy, died in the .ounty
jail Saturday night. His death
leaves the jail empty, ail prisoners
being out on bond.
-Mr. Donald W. Richardsor
of Nelson is supplying the second
Presbyterian church in Columbia
during the absence of the pastor
Rev. G. A. Blackburn.
....isses Nina May and Nan.
nie Millen of Iloseglrl Ten
who have been visiting their
aunt, Mrs. W. P. Castles, left foi
home Monday June 26.
-Mr. C. C. Alexander, whc
taught at Mt. Zion two years ago,
has resigned his position in the
paylington graded schools tc
prsige r, pi gradgata pogrst
in the Columbia University oa
-Dr. J. C. S. Brice of Flem
ingsburg, Ky., spent a short
while in town last week. Dr
Brioe is a native of Fairfield anc
his friends were glad to welcomen
him on this short trip. He is
ppv;, in Chester with his mother
wo is uite si,3.
~Two most poplar brand
of coffee on the market ait J. 1D
Mcaley & Co.'s. Barringtoi
Hall and White Housa can't bt
WAsk your grocer for Red
Lion Extraots and get the purest
For OverSixty Years
MRs. WINSLOW's SOOTHING SYRL
has been used for over 60 years by mil
gop of mothers for their childrei
igig ething, with perfect success
it sothes thi: .GJpld, softens the gumi
allays all pain: cures wed !rohe, and
the best remedy for Dia rica. It j1
relieve the poor little sufferer immed
ately. Sold by druggists in every par
of the worhl. Twenty-five cents
bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mr
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and tak
no other kind.
Tho lusLtriage of Dr. 1. D.
best and Miss Janie Flenniken,
which was to have taken place
to-day; hats been postponed on
accottat of the continued sickness
of the latter. Her many friends
will be pleased to know that she
is gradually improving.
I Uniform Entertainment.
New uniforms have just been
bought for the base ball team.
For paying for these an enter
trinment will be given at the
6 Thespian Hall one evening next
week. This entertainment will
be largely musioal and is sure to
2 prove a popular hit. A full pro
F gram will be printed in the next
issue. Give the team the proper
i encouragement by a full house.
JV'Try our Ice Cream Jello.
J. D. McCarley & Co.
Preparing to Build.
The material for the new dor
mitory at Mt. Zion is now being
placed an the grounds and work
on the building is expected to
begin at once, so that it may be
ready by September 1. Mate
rial is also being placed on the
grounds for the' new cottage that
Mr. Jno. B. Stevenson is going
to build on his lot on Zion
There was a meeting of the 4th
ck.ss postmasters of Fairfield
couboy here Wednesday. .Only
7 offices were represented. A
postmaster's league for this
county was organized. F. E.
Hood, Blythewood, was elected
p resident; T. H. Riedardson, f
Nelson, vice president; and <
M. B. Martin, Luke, secretary i
and treasurer. The object of i
this league is for an exchange of I
ideas among the 4th class post- i
masters to secure better facilities c
for such offices. t
A Residence Burned.
Thursday night about 11 o'clock
the house occupied by Mr. W. A.
Hood on Vanderhor'st street was
completely distroyed by fire,
which is supposed to have origi
nated from a defective flue. The
house belonged to Mr. J. L. Rich
mond and was insured for $700.
Mr. Hood's furniture, a part of
which was saved, for $400. The
closely adjoining residences of
Mr. Richmond and Mr. Dickey
were only saved' by good fighting1
on the part of the fire company.
Mr. Hood is now occupying the
house on Sion street recently va
cated by Mr. Thos. Phillips.
W frry one bottle of Red Lion
Vanilla or Lemon and be con
vinced of its superiority.
By reference to our advertising
columns it will be seen that the
examination for the award of the
scholarships in Winthrop College1
and for the admission of new
students will be held at the court
house Friday, July 7, at 9J a. m.
There is one vacant scholarship
from Fairfield county to be filled
at this examination. Those young~
ladies who expect to stand ti
examination should send to Presi
dent D, B. Johnson, Rock Hill,
S. C., for an application blank for
beneficiary scholarships in Win
thpop, This blept pontains inlU
information as to the conditions
of this examination and the sub
ject upon which the applicant is
to be examined.
Death of Mrs. J. L. Bryson.
The announeement yesterday
morning of the death the night
before of Mrs.. J. L. Bryson
was a great surprise to this comn
muity. While Mrs. Bryson has
been in bad 1.ealth fqr seeal
years, it was thought that she
was a' good deal better. She had
been up that evening and had re
tired early without complaining.
About eleven o'clock Mr. Bryson
awoke and found that she had
suddenly passed away. Mrs.
Brysqn is survived_ by her hus-I
band and one son, James, and by
the following brothers and sis
ters: Thomas W. Lauderdale,
New York; Mrs. W. T. Blakely,
Ora; George R. Lauderdale, Mrs.
J. 0. Boag, and Mrs. J. W. Bo
lick, Winnsboro. The funeral
service will be held at the A. R. P.
Church and the interment will be
in the A. R. P. cemetery. The
hor has not yet been 11ed. Thp
bereaved jamily h~ve the sym
pathy of many friends in their
Freje Ted Lion Extracts,
10 cenlts a bottle,
COTSEMULSION won't makea
i Shum~p back straight, neither will it make
fa short leg long, but it feeds soft bone
th fs g bnfm e A q ndsmo .
rinckets and bone consumption.
U SCoI n& BOWNE, Cemists,
409.45 Peadl Street, New'York.
We heve the 6
THE GREAT VARIETY:I
DRESSES OF THIS KIND: F
in cotton and silk; cheap Organ
50c. the yard; Wash Organdie, I
you want in pretty white goods,
small figures, price 10c. to 40c.; 1
light-weight Suitings-10c. to 2C
To trim these beautiful goo<
style and price.
Just the right thing in Beltb
comfort and appearance.
Some extra values in pretty
We have replenished the sto
bargain in some pretty Pattern I
We are offering extra vatues
white-all the new shapes and i
We are after yo
WCommencing MONDAY, h
Winnsboro vs Blackstock.
The Winnsboro and Black
itock teams crossed bats on the j
:ollege green Wednesday after
ioon. For a while the gane was
-ight interesting, until is was
>roven that Blackstock was not
n it, as was shown by the final
icore of 21 to 6. The Blackstock
eam has some good players and
rith more practice would put up
n interesting game. The bat
eries were: Winnsboro, Center
.nd Elliott; Blackstock, Dowling
ond Blain; struck out by Dowling
I; Center 12. Robert Gooding
Lmpired the game to the entire
atisfaction of all. The attend
ance was good.
The home team contains some
ixcellent material and with
>ractice will make it interesting
or any amateur team. The boys
Lppeciate the fact that the
ttendance was good, as this
nakes it possible for them to
lav ball without having to be
>othered withi making up deficits.,
'his team is worthy of every
rcouragement and should be
~iven such support as to make it
o. See the notice of the en- .
ertaimnent the boys are going d
o give one evening next week
o secure funds for their uni
orms. - I
Ridgeway Items l
A t 9.30 o'clock on Wednesday
norning the Baptist church was
illed with a host of friends te
itness thes tarr'iage of Miss
tella Rosborough to Mr. Thomas ,
Welsen of Kershaw. The church .j
as artistically decorated inf
~reen and white bamboo, aspara- i
as fern and other potted plants t
ending banty and grace for the
Mendelssohn's ever sweet; wed
ling margh iader th~e skillful a
;ouch of Mrs. Geo. Moore signal- i
ed the coming of the bridal party. 5
Phe ushers, Mr. W. Herbert Ruff, g
Tr., and Mr. Young of Camden, ti
receded the bride with her maid
>f honor, Miss. Annie Ros- r
orough. They were joined at the e
ltar by the groom and his best g,
nan, Dr. Jas. R. Des~ortes. C
Rev. G. P. White of the Baptist i,
hurch performed the ceretnogy. ri
The bride wore :5 stylish andi ,
ecqning shirtwaist suit ofh
hite linen embroidery,. a dainty
white hat with trimming of white
ose buds. She carried a~ shower |
ouquet of white roses. The ri
naid of honor wore a sweet sait F
>f white lawn and embroidery a
with a white hat; her flowys ware
Miisa Rosborough is the daugh
:er of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Ros- h
orough and is one of Ridge way's r
est loved giils. Her many c
riends will miss her in town and a
5r. Nelson is to be congratulated I
on winning such a prize. Mr. 1
elson is not a stranger here and
kis pleasant genial manner has
won many friend:
Miss garah poeran and Mr.
Weley Stearns were married atI
the hom~e of the bride's mother
Wednsday afterpgon at 3:80
o'clock, Rev. Mr, Mills offciating.
Only the immediate family wereJ
present. Mr. and Mrs. Stearns
left on the afternoon train for the,
mountains of North Carolina. t
gMrs.W. S. Hogan entert iined
the Ladies' club on Tuesday
afternoon. A Timrod programme
had been arranged for the
afternoon. Mrs. Hogan, after the
business was over, served deli
cious chocolote ice cream~ And
cake. Mra, 4ohn N. Lemaster
wiletrtainl the niext me~eting.
Miss Virginia Black is with'
er sister, Mrs. H. W. Des~ortes.
Mr. ndl Mrs. Phillips of An
have them in v4
ices to tempt y(
N WHITE GOODS WILL ENI
ine India Linon, prices 5c. to 25c.
lie, 10c. the yard; fine French 0:
'ersian Lawn, Dotted Swiss, Whi
ve can please you. Fancy colorE
ine colored Lawns, price 4c. to 1
1c.; pretty colors and a very servii
Is, we are showing an EXTRA ]
NS AND LACES, prices from &
;, Fans, Gloves, and many littlo'
Hosiery in plain and drop stitch
ck in this room, and will show yo
lats at half price. Quality and ]
in Ladies' and Misses' Oxford
ices low. There are no better g<
ur trade and offer inducer
[AY 29TH, our store will close a
Dry Goods C<
A Good Cot v
fort. A big lot of Cots
to $15. Any size ani
Bring in your b:
TION AT AL]
erson are with relatives in town..
Mrs. Olin Sawyer of George
awn is visiting Mrs. R. H.,
Dr. Willianm Woodruff of Pick
ns is with his sister, Mrs. W. S.
iss Robertson Weds.
The following marriage notice
rhich appeared in the State of
une 24 in the correspondence
com McBee will be read with
2terest by. the friends and rela
ives of the bride in this county.
Miss Carolina Clark Robert
on and Mr'. Frank Wilhelm Veto
ere married Wednesday evening
t the home of the bride's uncle,
fr. L. D. Robertson, by Rev.
V. P. Witsell of Columbia.
luite a number of the friends of
de bride and groom were
resent. Many nice and valuable
resents were received. The happy
ouple left on the 1W o'elock train
>r points in western North
!arolina, where they go to visit
>ra few days the friends and
slatives of the groom, after
rhich they will return to their
ome in McBee..
The laxative effect of' Chamberlain's
tomach and Liver Tablets is so agree
ble and so natural that you do not
salize it is the effect of a medicine.
'r s~lb by Obeex Dlrug Co.
Eleven hundred acres of land, six
undred and sixty acres situate in the
orthern part of Richiand Counmy and
die remainder adjoining in Fairfld
'ounty, lying on the waters of Rice
nd Twenty-five-Mile Creeks. One
undred acres theeof being bottom
inds on Rice Creek, fiue for pasture
nd corn,1 sixty acres of which are in
umvetjon, and forty acres of bottom
mnd on rwenty-five-Mile Creek. Eight
tundred acres of this land is wvell tine
ered with pine and oak, and js within
our miles of the Segboard Air Line
tailway and~ three miles from the
earest station on the Southern Rail
my, and about five miles from Blythe
vood. There are three tenant houses
Li the premises.
For termis of sale apply to Messrs.
lagsdale.& Dixon, Attorneys-at-Law,
Vinnsboro, S. C., or Dr, J. J. Robert
on, Blythewood, S. C. Titles guaran
eed and ternhs of sale easy.
JOHN T. SLOAN,
1"23 Law Range,
6-21-4w Columbia, S. C.
N tica ia 11ereby given that I will
q>pt,1.A roomn, Esq., Judge of
rotefo airtield County, on the
Oth' day of July, 1905, at 10 o'clock
A.. M., for a final discharge as admin
Lstrator of the estate of S. R. Johnston,
deeased. S. C. JOHNS'MON
6-o8-t A dmin~rator.
suited foi- hot
3riety and at
BLE YOU TO HAVE MANY
-all extra good value; fine Mulls,
-gandie, two yards wide, 40c. and
te and Brown Linen-anything
d Organdie, in both large and
)c.; fine Swiss, in all colors-fine
FINE AND CHEAP LOT OF
a yard to 50c.-variety both in
hings that add so much to your
white, tan and black.
a many pretty goods. A special
ow price is what you get here.
3 and Sandals, black, tan and
>ods in the State than these.
nents to get it.
6 P. M., Saturday excepted.
rill add greatly to your com
at special prices.
OF IRON BEDS from $6
style you want.
)S in various sizes and styles.
oken furniture and have it
pt work at reasonable rates.
I LLI I S
If She Accepts You
The day won't be far distant when
you will be oonfronted with the gro
And we'll wager you will find it a
mighty hard proposition, too.
Start right-get acquainted with us
-.we'll help smooth the thorny path
of housekeeping for the newly-wed 4
We will serve
you both economically and promptly
-we will keep your wants supplied at
tehe minimum cost,
For a young couple, as a rule, must
start on a small scale,-we supply the*
wants of the small family as readily as
the demands of the largest hotel.
a olean store, clean goods and a clean
We started right and we have kept
to the right ever since starting.
is half the battle--we'll fight two
thirds of your starting half if you will
buy your gioceries here.
May we have the pleasure?
W. C. Boyd.
TVHE MACFEAT BUSINESS COL
LEGE is allowing a SPECIAL DIS.
COUNT. Enter, sake advantage of
this ofrer, and be prepared for a posi
tion when the All business opens.
AU correspondence answered prompt
M. H. B~oWEN, Principal,.