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WE HAVE JUS1I
150 Lbs. of 1
Ve ;vant to furnish you
Early Red or Purple Top
White Flat Dutch
Mammoth Red Top White
Wood's Improved Red Top
Extra Early Purple Top
Southern Snow White Globe I
The man that won the pr
Connty Fair bongl
Jno. H. McM
Is sure enough doing the Bij
Why? Because he has up=
sell. He is hustling all the
the trade. A call will convi
is marked down to suit the
You will have to see 1
how we can sell them al
ures. We will not be u1
A new lot of Men's a:
suits or single piece at b
Summer Dress Goods
rest of out immense sto
Ladies', Men's. Boys'
and Slippers in endless'
Our Notion Departme
Call and examine tho.
Waist Patterns and J
Mantle Scarfs and Table
Overalls a specialty.
See our line of Ladies
Men's and Boys' Shirt
Yours for businA
I~ue West Fe:
47TH YEAN BEGINS
Strong Faealty of 5 men, 11
126 pupils from 11 States; 70
A. B., B. S. and L. I. degrees
Board and tuition 8150.00 pe:
Ideal place for quiet study, ti
influences, and kind personal -ove
For Catalog address
-OUR STOCK OF
ts full an is the most co:
ever brought to Wie~nsbo
and also our
Beautiful assortment ai
J. W. S E
Quart and 1
gi you need any, call
with what you need.
Early Strapleaf White Globe
Ponerarian White Globe
Large White Nor-folk Globe
Large White Cowhorn
Purple Top Yellow Aber
Golden Ball or Orange Jelly
Purple Top Yellow Ruta
emium on turnips at our
t his seed from
aster & Co.,
r Business of Winnsboro.
o-date goods that will
ime to get goods to suit
ce you that everything
times and your pocket.
:hem to understand
such very low fig
id Boys' Clothing in
in proportion to the
and Misses' Shoes
variety. Prices right.
at is full and com
;e silk-worked Shirt
apanese Drawn Silk
Covers, at a bargain.
s of all grades.
iorough work, sweet Christian
no West, Abbeville Co., S. C.
GL ASS WA RE
nplete and handsome
o. Be sure to see it
id varied designs.
SG L ER.
.2 Gallon F'ruit
and see me. I can
Wccncsday, July 5, 1905
-A refreshing shower yester
--Miss Alice MeMastor is at
home from Georgetown.
-Mis. D. G. Ruff is on a visit
to her parents at Greenwood.
-Co tou is again 10 cents.
Suppose you had only held.
--Miss Mary Pagan is spend
ing a few day at her country home.
-Miss Lucy Matthews has
gone on a short trip to Charles
--Mr. K. RI. McMaster spent a
short while in Columbia last
-Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stewart
are spending a few days in Long
-Mr. Thos. M. Lyles took in
the Citadel commencement last
--Mr. W. D. Aiken, Jr., of
Charlotte, is spending this week
-Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Gooding
hare been on a short visit to his
-Friday, July 7, is the day
for the Winthrop scholarship ex
-Miss Mittie Abernethy of
Bascomville is visiting the Miss
-Miss Annie Belle Stewart of
Tampa, Fla., is on a short visit
o relatives in town.
-Mr. Laurie McAlpine now
as a place at the store of the
Fairfield Cotton Mills.
-Miss Nannine Jordan has
eturned from an extended visit
;o Rock Hill and Pineville.
-Mrs. J. E. Reid of Rock Hill
visited her parents Rev. and Mrs.
T. B. Campbell last week.
-Mr. E. M. Andrews is spend
rng his two weeks vacation at
;he home of his parents near Co
-Mr. J. B. Douglass of
3ainesville, Fla., is on a short
risit to his father, Mr. A. S.
-Miss Maud Snow of 'Tampa,
7la., is the guest this week of
ier friend, Miss Annie Mc
-Tuesday evening Master
iVilie Rabb entertained a num
>er of young friends at his home
n the country.'
-Mrs. R. E. Shannon has re
urned to her homne at Black
~tock after a short stay with
Mrs. M. A. Elliott.
-Mrs.. J. T. Carter of Black
~tock spent several days in town
he past week with the family of
Xr. Chas, Douglass,
--Rev. J. B, Camp bell preached
i.t Granby Mills in Columbia
unday in the absence of the
>astor of that chureh.
-Mr. LeRoy Habenicht has
ione to 'Mayesville where he has
accepted a position for the sum
ner with a drug store.
-There was a delightful
lance at the armory Friday
3vening, given in honor of the
>aseball team from Columbia.
-Miss Grace James who has
been with D .V. Walker & Co. for
!or the past few months has gone
: hor home in the Salem sec
-Messrs Jesse D~oty and
Edwin McDonald ars at home
rom the Citadel, the fromer be
g a member of the graduating
-Mrs. R.- B. Miller and
laughters, Miss Laura Burton
md .Helen, of Shelby, N. C, ara
ere for a short stay with re
-An examination will be held
Lt the Win usboro post office Sat
irday, Jgly &, for a carrier for a
iew free rural delivery routs
-Mr. R. H. Kirkpatrick has
novel his family into the house
-ecently vacaited by Mr. J. E.
Mathews, who has moved his
am ilX to Colr mnbia..
-Miss Earle Watrus, British
Eon duras, Central America is
p;;d a. few days in townp
-This is the season of thbe
ear to prepare for having a fall
arden. ~Every one can have a
~od garden in the full by going
t it rLOW in the right way.
-Mr. J. H. Thornwell leaves
this week for a trip to Europe.
He will be accompanied b; his
friend, Mr. A. G. Fewell, and
they -will be gone for about two
-The advertisement of Jno.
g. UhMaator & Co., in another
Golaran is a mt ticely sugge
tiou that it is uow time to begin
to prepare for planting-well,
just look at the advertisement
and see for yourself.
-Mr. Win. Brice of Micinopy,
Fla., and his three granddaugh
ters, Misses Hattie, Bessie and
Louise Mofiatt, are with his
broiheri. Mr. J. A. Brice. They
vii1 be in the oputl~y wth rela
tire frr sevmal aas.
-Miss Nannie Cummings is
spending a few days in townt with
-The orders for ice from
nearby towns came in so rapidly
late Monday afternoon that there
was practically an ice famine in
town yesterday. Poor way of
celebrating the Fourth to be sure.
-Mr. 1. L. Withers, who is
now in business in New York, has
been chosen ranager of the new
boat line between Columbia and
t-aor-etown. His friends in this
state will be pleased to know
that he is to return here.
-Mr. T. V. Lauderdale of
Brooklyn, Mrs. W. T. Blakely of
Ora, Mr. W. F. Bryson and Mrs.
R. T. Beasor of Woodruff, all of
whom were here for the funeral
of Mrs. J. L. Bryson Wednesday
afternoon have returned to their
-Miss Marion Utes, who for
some time has been connected
with the training school for
nurses at Blackwell's Island,
New York, has recently been
chosen assistant saperintendent
of the same. Her friends here
will be pleased to learn of her
-The slowness with which the
mail is delivered from the trains
to the post office the past few
days is something terrific. The
people will tolerate no such
delays as this. The matter must
be adjusted at once or there is
going to be something doing, and
that right now.
-Mrs. C. L. Newman died in
Charlotte June 29, at ( A.M., and
her remains were brought to
Greenbrier for interment. Mrs.
Newman was a Miss Powell of
the Greenbrier section and is sur
vived by several brothers and
sisters, her husband and three
Cards of thanks from Messrs
J. L. Richmond and W. A. Hood
for valuable services to each of
them on the night of the fire
were inadvertently omitted from
last week's issue. The fire comp
any did good work and they both
AQ'Drink Glenn Sprins water,
the best of allthe mineral waters.
For sale by Jno. H. McMaster
JWDelight the boys with an
express wagon. Get it here.
T. M. Haynes.
Playing at Camden.
The Winnsboro base ball team
left Monday night for Camden
for two games with the team of
that place, one yesterday and
another to-day. If they play as
well there as they did here last
week, the people of Camden will
see a fine exhibition of ball play
A Sudden Death.
Mrs. Elizabeth -Bryce, aged 83
years, died suddenly at her home
near town Monday morning at 11
o'clock, while sitting in her chair.
For one of her years she was in
good health. She is survived by
the following children: Jesse Rt.,
C. R., J W. and T. R. Bryce, an d
Mrs. R. R. Park, all of whom
live near here: Her remains
were interred in the Timms burial
To Tennant's for Iee.
These hot days ice is a neces
sity, and the place to get it is at
Tennant's. Price the lowest. All
orders given prompt attention
evry day in the week. Sunday
hours: 6 to 8 a. in., 12 to 1 p. mn.,
and 6to 7p. m.
Still snpplying our customers
with the best fresh meats.
Melons on ice these days.
2t B. G. Tennant & Co.
WFor a high standard cigar
buy Dan }.mmett.
rWFull assortment wire nails
at T. M. Havnes'.
W'Jno. H. McMaster & Co.,
can supply you with Glenn
Springs water in any quantity.
See them if you want to use the
best of all mineral waters.
Wins a Sclolap~Ii .
Miss Ljouisa -Mc~aster, -who
sodan examination a fewv days
ago for a schoolarship in the
Southern Library school at
Atlanta, has been notified that
she successfully passed the same.
This is the school established by
Mr. Carnegie for the training of
libarians in the South; and as
there were only ten scholarships
for all the Southern States, Miss
MMaster is to be especially
congratulated on winning so
desirable a place. Me wi}}ae
ap Ij;; il ; lie in ptber.
WOuly finest tobacco is used
in Dan Emmett Cigar.
WFirst-class door locks,
hinges, etc., at T. M. Hlaynes'.
FIVE DOLLARS REWARDI
For the return of Laidies Gold
WAatch, WXal tham miovemnents.
double case, with fob dA en
to Chahg~ers; Terrani, at T
We heve the g
THE GREAT VARIETY 1
DRESSES OF THIS KIND: Fi:
in cotton and silk; cheap Organd
50c. the yard; Wash Organdie, P
you want in pretty white goods y
small figures, price lc. to 40c.; f
light-weight Suitings-10c. to 20
To trim these beautiful goo(
style and price.
Just the right thing in Belts
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 pi
We are after yo
L;F~Commencing MONDAY, I
Daughters of the Confederacy.
The suggestion made in these
columns some weeks ago that a
chapter of the Daughters of the
Confederacy be organized in
Winnsboro is to be carried out.
A meeting of all the ladies inter
ested in organizing a chapter of
this worthy organization here is
called for to-morrow, Thursday
afternoon, at the home of Mrs.
Geo. H. McMaster, at 6 o'clock.
The simple announcement of'
what this meeting is called for
should be enough of itself to get
out a full attendance of the ladies
of town who never tire of honor
ing the memory of those who
fought for the "Lost Cause.,'
Ak!7Dan Emmett is a very
esPT M. Haynes does all re
pair work- promptly and at iea
sonable prices. Try him.
The books of the librarian of~
the public library show that it is
still filling a real want in this,
community. The number of~
books taken out during May was
274; the number for June was 216.1
This is a fine reading record in'
consideration of the hot weather,
which always effects a reduction
Important Milling Notice.
The Ridgeway Flour Mills are
prepared to thresh grain on the
yard whenever received, and to
grind or exchange flour at the
same trip. We guarantee our
first patent to be es ual to the
best on the market. } lour, meal,
pearl grits and cow feed always
on hand for sale.
We have secured the agency
from D. W. Alderman Sons' Com
pany for the control of sales of
dressed lumber of all descriptions
in Ridgeway and vicinity, and
now have on the yard a select
stock of flooring, ceiling, siding
and boards, all dressed and fitted
to use in building.
2t The Ridgeway ilk~
W~a Thnmett Cigar gives
maiBe sure and smoke Dan
QUARTERLY STATEMENT OF
at close~ of business June :30., 19
Sug t~ udk uni i &ed pro
in~, not........... .......55,552 30
Bil pay...........09,3001 00,
D)Ivitdn un pa:id ................4s 00 \
Dividend No. 13J payale
J uly Is . . ......... .... ... 5,000 00 c
eps ....................... 175,110 :32
Total............ .......$545,210 si2 T
Loans...........41(;,452 04 at
Bo ids.............. ....52, &76 18 st
Overdrafts secured anid unrse
eured 1...........24,60;) 00 oi
Real edate....... ......16,521 50. E
F~u rn it ure anl d i x tiu res.... 1 t1 Si i
Reni ts andII items ....... .. N 0 e:
Cash ini vault -;'. e.twL a:
.... ...... ............. . 1285
'ro d ....... .. ...$545,210 62 ft
PAT'Evv: 4)1"S 4rTII (AROL IN A,)
(County of 1'airfield. SS '
IBtfore' me pe~rsonrally rromes .Jamets
Q.~ I )avis, " 'shiier of1 The W\innsiboro
Hank, andl markes~ outh that thre abhove T1
staLtementIt is correct t the b est o4f
his kn owVledIge and11 belief.
t -as.hi. 0
\-.'. .o 'AN. Notary Public. d
TIlR IS COMIN6
:oods specially suited for hot
have them in variety and at
ces to tempt you.
I WHITE GOODS WILL ENABLE YOU TO HAVE MANY
ne India Linon, prices 5c. to 25c.-all extra good value; fine Mulls,
ie, 10c. the yard; fine French Organdie, two yards wide, 40c. and
ersian Lawn, Dotted Swiss, White and Brown Linen-anything
e can please you. Fancy colored Organdie, in both large and
tne colored Lawns, price 4c. to 10c.; fine Swiss, in all colors-fine
c.; pretty colors and a very serviceable goods.
is, we are showing an EXTRA FINE AND CHEAP LOT OF
.S AND LACES, prices from 3c. a yard to 50c.-variety both in
, Fans, Gloves, and many littlo things that add so much to your
Hosiery in plain and drop stitch, white, tan and black.
ck in this room, and will show you many pretty goods. A special
fats at half price. Quality and low price is what you get here.
in Ladies' and Misses' Oxfords and Sandals, black, tan and
-ices low. There are no better goods in the State than these.
ur trade and offer inducements to get it.
1AY 29TH, our store will close at 6 P. M., Saturday excepted.
Dry Goods Company.
These Summer Days
A G ood Cot will add greatly to your com
fort. A big lot of Cots at special prices.
FULL STOCK OF IRON BEDS from$6
to $15. Any size anI style you want.
SPRING BEDS in various sizes and styles.
Bring in your broken furniture and have it
repaired. Prompt work at reasonable rates.
GIVEN THE PROMPTEST ATTEN
TION AT ALL HOURS.
R. W. P H LIP S.
On the market. This statement is fully
borne out by all who have used it. Try
one and you will be fully convinced of its
-It is the mower to use in saving
--F'or Salc by
M. W. Dot y .
Deering Mower Repairs always in stock.
Surmnmon-s. Sum morns.
ST.ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
iA)UNTrY OF FAIRFIELD. COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD).
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. COURT OF COMMON iGLEAS.'
R. E. Ellison, Plaintiff' Thomas J. Cureton;. Plaintiff,
. P. Randolph & Co., Incorporated,iagns
Dei .dant, j.P Randolph & Company, D~efend
opy Summons. For Relief. Corn- ant.
plaint Served. Copy Summons. For Relief. Corn- -
o the Defendant above-named: plaint served.
You are hereby summoned and re- To the Defendant above-named:
iired to answer thie complaint in this You are here'.y summoned and re
stion, of which a copy is herewith quired to answer the complaint in this
~rved upoin you, aind to serve a copy* action, of which a copy is herewith.
your ansvr io the said complaint; served upon you, and to serve a copy.
a the obscrib r at his offce, No. 1jof your answer to thesaid complamnt
ank Rainqe, Winnsboro, S. C.. with- on the subscribers at their offices, at
twenty days after the cervice hereof, Winnsboro, S. C., (above Trhe Winns
welusive of the day of such service; boro Bank). within twenty days after
rud, if you fail to answer the complaint the service hereof, exclusive of the day
ithma the time aforesaid, the plaintiff1 of such service; and, if you fail to an
this action will apply to the Court swer the complaint within the time
>r the relief demanded ini the corn- aforesaid, the plainiiff in this action
laint- will apply to the Court for the relief
Dated Junie 24th. 1905- demanded in the complaint.
.I. E. McDONA LD, Dated June 14th, 1905.
Plaintiff's Attorney. RAGSD>ALE & DIXON,
'0 the ai.m-.~namned Defendant: Plaintiff 's Attorneys.
Tede notice that the complaint, to-I To the Defendant, V. P. Randolph &
ether with thbe summons, of which the 'Company:
>regoinlg is a copy, waus filedln the Take notice that the summons in
mee of the Clerk of the Court of Com- Ithis action, (together with the comn
ion Pleas for Fairfield County, in the Iplaint), of which the foregoing is a
tate of South Carollna, on th~e 14th coy wa filed in the office or the
ay of Juues A. 1,\ 10, Winusboro, Clerk of Court for Fairfield County, at
-C. IWinnsboro, in said County, on the
July 3;d,195 14th day of June, 190..
J. E. McDONALD, I RAGSDALE &DIXON,
7.5-6t Plnintiffis A ttorney. Pl oaintiff's Attornaes