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WE HAVE JUS
150 Lbs. of
We want to furnish yo
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
The man that won the i
Connty Fair bong
Jno. H. McM
Is sure enough doing the B
Why? Because he has up
sell. He is hustling all the
the trade. A call will con
is marked down to suit the
You will have to see
how we can sell them i
ures. We will not be i
A new lot of Men's
suits or single piece at
Summer Dress Good
rest of our immense st
Ladies', Men's, Boys
and Slippers in endless
Our Notion Departm
Call and examine th
Waist. Patterns and
Mantle Scarfs and TabI
Overalls a specialty.
See our line of Ladie
Men's and Boys' Shir
Yours for busir
SYSTEM OF W]
GRASS BLADES and C
down the grass and weeds ;
SCALE BEAMS FOR WE
Our Sto0k of Hard
Be sure to see our be
u with what you need.
Early Strapleaf White Globe
Pomerarian W hite Globe
Large White Norfolk Globe
Large White Cowhorn
Purple Top Yellow Aber
Golden Ball or Orange Jelly
Purple Top Yellow Ruta
remium on turnips at our
ht his seed from
aster & Co.,
S BIG STORE
ig Business of Winnsboro.
-to-date goods that will
time to get goods to suit
ince you that everything
times and your pocket.
them to understand
tt such very low fig
mnd Boys' Clothing in
o in proportion to the
' and Misses' Shoes
variety. Prices right.
ent is full and com
)se silk-worked Shirt.
Japanese Drawn Silk
Covers, at a bargain.
' Dress Skirts.
ts of all grades.
Arts, Laws, Sciences and
~IBER 27, 1905.
IN SLOAN, President,
olumbia, S. C.
IRASS HOOKS for cutting
about the place. Handles
GHING COTTON. GET1
autiful assortment of
I GL ER.
Wednesday, Aug. 2, 1905
-President Neville of Clintc
College was in town Thursday.
-Miss Mary Witherow spei
several days in Columbia.
-Miss Flora Bassett has 2
turned to her home in Charlestoi
-Mrs. M. W. Doty and chi
dren are off for a stav at Stearn
-Mr. and Mrs. Jno. H. M(
Master spent Wednesday i
-Mrs. Addie Williford an
children are with her mother
-Capt. R. H. McMaster ha
been spending his vacation -wit
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. 3
-Mrs. J. E. Bruce and child
ren have returned from Fort Mil
where they have been visitin
-Misses Tirzah and Jo
Ketchin are spending this wee
-Mrs. Amos E. Davis of Mor
ticello has been on a short visi
to relatives in town.
-Mrs. E. G. Scruggs an
children are on a visit to relo
tives in Newberry.
-Mr. A. J. Broom of FlorencE
a former Fairfield boy, was i:
town yesterday on business.
-Misses Mary Harrison an
Alma Dixon were the guest.c
Miss Sara Hall for a few days th
-Mrs. W. E. Ellerbe ani
daughter Miss Mary, of Hagoo
are with the family of Mr. R. I
-Mrs. Clara Herron leave
this week for Greenwood for
short stay with the family
-Mr. Jno. M. Smith had th
misfortune to fall a few days ag
from his wheel and to have hi
It is time to plant turnips. B
sure to prepare the land wel
The best variety of all is th
-Misses Nell Gooding an
Helen McDonald have returne
from Rock Hill after a visit
--Mr. D. P. Stewart of Long
town spent a few days with bi
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Stewart last week.
-Mrs J. Q. and Miss Anni
Davis leave to-day for Duke, N.(
for a stay of several weeks wit
Mr. E. P. Davis.
-Miss Sara Hall has gone i
Blackstock for an extended visi
to relatives there and in the sm
-Mrs. J1. Q. Davis entertaine
most delightfully Monday afte:
non in honor'of Mrs. Jai. Porci
who is the guest of Mrs. Bye.
-Mrs. W. H. Hand of Char
lotte, N. C., left for her horm
yesterday after a visit of severs
weeks to Miss Lizzie Cureton.
-Miss Annie Bye went tI
Chester last week to have al
opperation performed for appen
dicitis. She is improving stead
-Mr. G. W.' Brooks recentl:
moved from this county to Flor
ida. His removal makes vacan
the position of the foreman of the
-Dr. J. W. Walden of Athen:
Ga , spent several days the pas
eek with Rev. S. C. Byrd, fili
ing his appointment at Sioi
church Sunday morning.
-Mr. J. L. Robinson of Rock
ton joined Messrs D. L. Steven
on and M. B. Martin on thi:i
trip to, Ohiahomia, for which the:
left Monday for ad stay of amot
- r. B. F. Cassellh, who maovet
from Fairfield to Rutherfordtor
last spring has returned to hi:
former home. His family wil
ome in soon. They will be wel
-Miss Marion Utes, who ha.
been spendiug some. days witi
her sister 'Mrs. J. W. Seigler ha!
esumed her duties at the train
ig shool for nurses on Black
-te the program of the Statt
Farmers' Institute to be held ai
Cleson College August 8-11
Every Fairfield farmer, who at
tends this annual gathering o
faiers, will beC profited thereby
-The Carzlina & North West
e rai! road is offering specia
wee end exeursions~ from Chlester
Tikets on sale every Saturday
od to return the following Moui
rains from W~iunsbort
zouet both going atd returning
-Mr. J. E. Willawm tha fore
an of TIhe News and Herab
office, is takinn a little rest c
two weeks in Richmnond. Durn
his abscnce Mr. W. A. Moore C
Columbia is looking after gettin
ut The News and Herald an
he jobs which come in.
-Mr. R. C. Stephenson o
Waco, Texas, spent several day
in ton the past week with re
btives. Rev. C. E and Mr. J. I
McDonabl. lie was here getton
uo some data in connection wit
te history of the Stephenso:
family, which he is writing.
E Death 0 ri. B. Raines.
Aialier memiber of the famous
Sixth South Carolina Regiment
has passed over the river, making
the fourth of this heroic band
in this conty to end his earthly
it pilgrimage this year. His death
occurred Saturday evening after
-e .a long illness. His remains were
1. interred in the Watereo cemetery
Sunday afternoon. He is sur
vived by his widow, and the fol
,owing~ children: Wi. Raines,
Mrs. WVm. Moore, Miss - Lizzie
Raines, Mitford; Mrs. Nichuls.
WX hite Oak; Mrs. George Higgins,
6tover. A' brother, Mr. T,. C.
Raines of Longtown, and a sister,
rs.~ D. (. Smith of Ridgeway,
hi ,1rBe sure and smoke Dan
Playing 'Em Some.
The Winusboro boys had an
easy walk over the team from
e Spring Hill in the games Wed
nesday and Thursday afternoons.
The score in the first game was
14 to 3. Batteries, WNinusboro:
t Center and Elliott; Spring Hill:
Green and Shealy. The score in
d the second game was 27 to 6.
Batteries,Winnsboro: Ellison and
Bye; Spring Hill: Wessinger and
The attendanee on both games I
was good. The first game started
off fairly close, but the Winns
boro boys soon got the drop and
they froze on to it. The visitors
e did not recover at all till in the
eight inning of the second game
Iwhen they scored 6 runs. The
home team so overmatched their
competitors that they had an
easy victory of it, and- there was
s little interest in the games, which
a were almost featureless.
f There is no doubt aboat it that
Winnsboro has a rk ttling good
e team, and with the proper sup
o port of the coimunity will give
s Ridg;e Springs a demonstration
along this line in a series of three
e games beginning this afternoon.
i. A high old time of it is promised
.e all the local baseballenthusiasts.
Since the above paragraph was
d written, the Winnsboro boys
played Rock Hill Monday after
noon on the latter's diamond,
being done for to the tune of 7 to
0. Just before the game A. G.
s5 Ellison, who is the team's crack
- player, was struck on the mouth
by awildly thrown ball and was
e unable to play. The team re
3turned home Mon day night.
JWDan Emmett is a very]
o superior cigar.
t WBig Lot of Wagons and
Buggies at prices that will make
it worth your while to call here
before buying. M. W. Doty.
IDaughters of the Confederacy
The meeting heldI at the resi-i
dence of Mrs. Geo. H. McMaster
Friday afternoon to organize a
.chapter of the United Daughtersi
' of the Confedracy was quite an
a enthusiastic one. . About twenty-i
one ladies were present, others
- sending their namnes to be mem-r
b ers. Mr.<. W. C. Beaty was
' made chairman and a committee il
- consisting of Misses Susie Ketch-' t
Sin, Mamnie Ellison, Isabel Doug- a
Slass, and Rachel McMaster and e
Mesdames W. D. Douglass, W. G
SJordan, an.1 W. C. Beaty, ap- a
tpointed to apply to the President h
- of the United Daughters of the r
Confedracy of South Carolina for i
a charter. i
- The names enrolled so far are: ~
.Mesdames W. H. Flenniken, rj
I Priscilla Ketchin, J. Q. Davis- a
,W. D. Dou~glass, T.~ H. Ketch in,
John J. Neil, RI. E. Ellison, W. G. 9
Jordan. L. D. Adams, W. (C. f,
Beaty, D. V. Walker, R. C. Good- n
ing, Mary MoMaster, Mary
Creight; Misses Louise G. Elli
~soni, Mary Y. Ellis on, Elizabeth b
ICureton, Isabel Douglass, Anna e
McCants, Rachei Mc Master, Nan I
'Thompson, Susie Ketchin, Mag-a
flie Neil, Clara Beaty, Elllen
Ellison, Mamie Jordan, Bessie
McMaster and Lizzie Eelliott.
Iwas unauimiowsly given to the
< 8lapter. i
As soon as the charter arrives,
-another meigwill be held for
the imrose of completing the
orgauizaItion. All interested are
-~ regnsted to be present at th t
ror over 3ixty Years
IM"s. \\IN'zrow's M)oJT1I\( SR11P
has- been as.1 for over .( yersI by u
on of1~u nithrs for teir ch1ibIreni
whil thing, wvithI perfectu ~sess
the besx~t remedy for D~iarrhoa It uill
rei e1h. poor l itle ufi'erer iniunedi
atly *)4oldi)4 by drgit ini every pa.
of the wo:rld. TwentVy-ive conta a
botl. He su:'e anid aisk far "Mrs.
\\jiiow'.s mothing Syr*up,"' and taike
11o ote 1 bLi ~ d.
.7For a high standard cigar
bay Daun Eunnett.
- 1aons F uit Jars in all
siiat closest prices. M1. W.
11 7~Dan Einmett Cigar gives
It will help you to ke
a supply of Light
in all sorts c
Call special attention t
styles. Also beautiful p
To go with these light
Embroideries in match p:
Fine stock of other Su
Stitch Hosiery, in pretty
Corsets in the new shape,
Pretty styles in Oxford:
We have them ii the corr
Splendid line of fancy
We can help you solve
quality of the goods you
"Our advertising pays us bet
;er now since the increase in th
mumber of your advertisers thai
hen there were only two o
hree other merchants advertis
ng." This statement was mad
is one day last week by Mr. Jnr
EL. McMaster, the head of th
irm of Jno. H. McMaster & Co
,vhose invitation for you to d
7our trading with them is eve
-o be found in the cloumns of th
ews and Herald. It is base,
ipon actual experience and con
:ains a truth that every busines
nan in Winnsboro ought to con
sider strictly upon its merit as
usiness proposition that meaz
lollars and cents in his pocke4
'he greater the number of' ad
certisers in town, the more th
~ttention of .thie people of th
ounty is attracted to this as th,
lace of all others to do thei
rading. The multiplying of thes
nvitations on the part of th:
iome merchants is the very bes
vay to offset the tendency on th
>rt of some to go to other place;
or their goods or to make use o
he umil order business. If ever
nerchant in town would mnak<
se of the columns of the New:
Lnd Herald for inviting the peo
le of the county to come here t
lo their trading, the effect wonk
>e readily felt in the increaset
rade of every business 'house.
In this connection it is mnos1
teresting to note that the amouni
f home advertis'ing now carried
n the columns of the News and
erald is much larger than for
aerly. This is a most health3
nacation of better business con
.itions. With the approach o:
he fall season, when extra efforts
re always put forth for an in
rease in business, every merch
t in Winnsboro should set aside
sum, commensurate with his
usiness, for investment in ad
estising space in the News and
erald, which goes each week
]to more than four-fifths of the
hite homes of the county.
here is no other investement of
similar amount that will bring as
ood returns for the present and
ie future, for the individual and
r the business good of the cvm
WHere is a good one-comn
ination dipper, funnel and strain
r, cheap. Roasters at bargain
rices. Other useful household
rticles at special prices. R, A.
ver-sally recogr'izedI as
whioksome1, and~ ini
mialtinig bairley t h e
grain goes through, a
dryimg p r oe es i n
ur very agreeable aroma
This finally Serves to'
g~ive t h a t exqi~Usite
deClica~cy ofi lavor' to
dol nmalt vinmeg:rs, which is oh
t ainale by no other methIoda ur.
from any~ other material.
Il1.n'N Xl' ure 31alt. .tands
a1t the head of all vineoga's f'or taL~jicl
uset ini its purity, healthfulness and
We sell it in glass
bottles, and refund the
money if you doin't
W. C. Boyd
ep cool and add much to your comfort if you have
Weight Clothing. We can supply your wants
f Light Weight Goods for Summer wear.
o pretty and sheer material in White Goods-great variety of
itterns in colored Orgaudies and Muslins at reduced prices to
weight goods, we have an extra flue lot of Val Laces and Swiss
ttterns-all very cheap.
mer necessities, such as thin Lisle-Thread Hosiery, Drop
pattern, Gauze Underwear, pretty and cheap; Summer styles in
i-best makes, Invisible, Lacing and W. B.
:= SH OES.
,)Sandals and Southern Ties for men, ladies and children.
ect shapes. Prices low and quality the best.
White and Colored Shirts. Prices low.
the hot weather problem to your satisfaction, both in the
need and in the low prices you pay.
ME TO SEE US.
11 Dry Goods Company. ==:
I oses*e100619090e10 00?01010
Preserve Your Fruit#
alHave Fruit and Vegetables
in the Winter Time.
PINTS, QUARTS AND ONE-HALF GALLONS.
Jelly Glasses in two sizes.
Call on us and we will t.reat you as well as
an n.Respectfully, -
M VcMASTER COMPANY.
Under Winnsboro Hotel.
!Mowers and Rakes.
1 have just accepted the agency for the CELE
jBRATED McCORMICK MOWERS and RAKES, and
can supply you with these deservedly popular ma- /
chines and repairs for them.
I am ztill handling the DEERING MOWERf and
RAKES, which never fail to give .satisfaction. All
Deering repairs in stock.
Both these popular machines at prices Guaranteed
as low as those of inferior makes. DON'T BUY till
you see these BEST OF ALL Mowers and Rakes.
M. W. DOTY.
--THE BEST MADE.==
Many satisfied customers
in Fairfield County testify
to their superiority.
Be sure to call here if in
need of a wagon.
W. C. BEATY CO..