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Jno. H. McMaster & Co.,
Phone 39. DRUGGISTS.
THE L. S. MORROW CO.
Now for the MEN. What can we MENtion to
please them? Oh, we know!
MENnen's Talcum Powder for 18c.
You will be to""! that it is iiition, "dIIterati101, or somiethimg of
that sort; but if this I.e true, buy a Oa, an have -rounds for a suit
agaiht tue 8onthevii Railwa or uinsboro Granit Compainy. We
are the Peolple!Zkor 1,-;. we give you a can of M}[ENnen's Ta~lcum Pow
der, and a 1)rospect of a fortune. Come and see U.S.
HOW IS THIS?
Heavy S-ingh Strap Hinge for 13c. Doubl-Barre Breech-loading Gun for
Heavy 6-inch Str.Al Hinge for 0. f 1091.
Light 6-ineh Strap Hinge for 7e. Do ebl Barrel Breech-loadng Gun for
Carpet Tases at pImckge. .) .9
20-foot Cow Chain for 48c S.tck Salt for 0(e
The L. S. MORROW CO.,
RiON, S. C.
Big shipment just ar=
rived. Call and get our
prices before buying.
To the Public:
Having received my stock of DRY
GOODS, NOTiONS, Etc., I find I need
mToney to pay for same, and I must
have some of yours to do it with, and
if prices and fair dealing will get it,
then I am
Yours for business,
Ueo. R. Lauderdale.
Statiog By, 8Al)OOI f2000lj
and SelaOol Su~ppiies.
Soodc ]Bdvelo andJ PY~o.
Under Winnsboro Hotel.
TO FIND IT H ERE IP IT IS ANYTHING IN
THE WAY OF
for we keep our stc,2 full all the while. New
Goods arriving daily.
Beautiful assortment of Fancy Dishes in rose
and cherry ware.
Boker's Scissors always give the Best Satis=
As big aud as fine line of Pocket Knives as kept
in much larger townIs than Winnsboro.
JI W. SF6I L .E R.
Wednesday, Oct. 4, 1905
-A much needed rain fell yes
-Mrs. R. L. Bollinger has re
turned to Columbia.
-Miss Eunice Propst is visit
ing relatives in town.
-Mr. J. L. Beaty of Charlotte
spent Sunday in town.
-Mr. Conover Hartin of Co
lumbia spent Sunday in town.
-Miss Ida Stewart of Green
brier is visiting relatives in town.
-Mr. Chas. Brice returned to
the Charleston College Saturday.
-Miss Alice Walker spent
several days in Columbia the past
-Hon. John J. McMaian was
in town Saturday on professional
-Miss Nannie Cummings
went to Laurens Saturday to visit
-Miss Mallie McMaster of
Louisville is visiting Mrs. Mary
-Mr. Wallace of Rossville has
been on a visit to his sister, Mrs.
S. C. Johnston.
-Miss Hattie Sitgreaves left
Friday for Lugoff, where she will
teach this session.
-Mrs. J. P. Matthews and
danghter, Miss Mary, have -re
turned from Rock Hill.
-Mrs. Spann Edmunds of
Ridgeway spent a few days here
with relatives last week.
-Muiss Annie Doty is con duct
ing a private school in the room
over M. W. Doty's store.
-Rev. T. W. Scruggs of Ruby
spent several days in town the
past week with relatives.
.-Messrs. J. E. Pressley and
LeRoy Habenicht are at the
Atlanta Medical College.
-Mrs. U. G. DesPorts has
returned home after a stay of a
few clays in the capital city.
-Rev. J. L. Freeman bas re
turned from Cowpens, where he
assisal in a meeting last week..
-Mr. A. G. Fewell of Blaek
stock spent Saturday in towx
with his friend, Mr. J. H. Thorn
-Mrs. Rosa Gettys after
spending few days in town with
relatives returned to Longtown
-Miss Nannie Wallace of
Rossville spent a few days last
week with her sister, Mrs. S. C.
-Mr. Jesse Doty and Miss
Annie Doty have returned home
after an estended visit to relatives
-Miss Martha Gage of Chester
and Miss Ella Carrington of
Vrginia are the guests of Miss
-Miss Kate Mellichamp, who,
has been on a visit to her sister,
Ms. Jno. H. McMaster, left for
-Rev. C. E. McDonald will be
tin ColAumbia ntil Saturday, as
Isisting in a series of services in
the A. RI. P. church in that city.
Rev. S. C. Byrd was in Colum
bia last week on business as a
member of the board of trustees
of the Presbyterian College at
-Congressmian Finle7 was able
to be out a little while yesterday
and is still up and about, but he
get strength very slowly.-York,
-Mrs. Sarah A., wife of Mr.
Dixie Dunlevy, died at her home
i Ne w ]rookland, S. C., Septem
ber 2S, 1903. She leaves a hus
jand, mother and three sisters.
-Mr. G. A. White's many
frieds are glad to see him out
after being s.hut in for more than
a month with a lame foot as the
resut of getting a small nail
stuch in it.
-Mrs. Raymond Carson and
little son, Paul, after a two
aouths' visit to her parents, Mr.
ad Mrs. R. V. Bray, at Rockton,
have returned to her home in
-J.t~ E. M1cIonald, Esq.. has
bn ap~pointed by Governor
Heyard as special judge to
o li n xtra term of court for
Barnwell conty, beginraing the
trd Monday in October.
-Dr. Gregg MoMaster, who
has been taking a special course
in medicine in New York, arrived
here Thursday night to spend a
fw days with L.is mother before
t.king up his work in Florence.
-The ice cream festival at Mr.
A. Lee Seruggs' to be given by
th lad~es of the Brick church,
will be October 6th instead of
the 9th as the types had it last
week. A full attendance is
-The Government's cotton
giuninig report, issued Monday,
of the cotton ginned up to Sept.
5 was 2,3j50,000 bales. The re
port of the agricultural depart
m~nt was issued yeterdlay, the
averge condition being estimated
t n1 per cent. The prios of cot
tol at once dropped on the
strngthl of this~ report and was
below the 10 per cent mark yes
-!Mr. Morris Lyles has en
tered'the South Carolina College.
At a meeting of the legislative
delegation last week Mr. T. M.
Jordan was re-elected a member
of the county board of control.
-Mr. Will Wallace of Ross
ville stopped over a few days
last week with his sister, Mrs. S.
C. Johnston, on his way to a
medical college in Baltimore.
-There will be an ice cream
festival at the school house at
Woodward Friday 'evening, Oct.
6, for the purpose of raising funds
for furnishing the school build
-Mrs. C. M. Chandler went to
Columbia Monday to attend the
funeral of her niece, Mrs. R. V.
Walker, who died in that city
Sunday. She was a daughter of
Mrs. Minnie Chandler.
-The ladies of Beaver Creek
Baptist church near Halselluille
wil! serve ice cream and cake at
the church on Friday evening
from 3 to 8 o'clock, for the bene
fit of the parsonage Everybody
--Dr. A. L. Ott of Ridgeway is
heze to-day for the practice of
his profession. He has arranged
to be here regularly Tuesday and
Wednesday of each wee and can
be found at the office o ilr. D.
Aiken over the bank.
-Quite a large number vent
r.t from here Wednesday even-l
ing to Lebanon church to witness
the marriage of Mr. L. L. Bolick
to Miss Estelle Ste-vanson. . The
happy couple left next day for
their home in .Ourgetown, where
Mr. Bolick has a position with
the Georgetown Railroad.
-Rev. J. L. Freeman Messrs
W. R. Rabb, A. Lee Scruggs,
and J. C. Willingham leave to
day for' the meeting of the Fair
field Baptist Association at
Ridgeway, which'will be in ses
sion for the next three days.
rhis~ Association embraces all
the Baptist churches of Fairfield,
most of those in Richland and
Eershaw counteis. Mr. Rabb
is the moderator.
IaWhen you visit Chester,
. C., call at Hafner Bros'. new
d kandsome clothing depart
Card of Thanks.
I desire to thank my many
riends for the kindness shown
ne since the destruction of my
house by fire. D. H. Robertson.
Card of Thanks.
,I desire to express my thanks
o many friends .for their great
~indness to us dluring the long'
sickness of my late husband.
Mrs. Niary Williford.
Death of hr. John I.,. Hlawes.
Mr. John L. Hawes died Fri
lay night after a short sickness.
Be was about 46 years old and
was never married. For a nunm
>er of years he had conducted a
nercantile basiness here in Winns
:oro. He is survived by a broth
r, Mr. L. W. Hawes. His re
nains were interred Saturday
iternoon in the cemetery at
siiComiplete line of Cook
Stoves and Heaters at right
rices. T. M. Haynes.]
WLeather of all kinds at
C. M. Haynes'.
A Big Show Coming.
Frank E. Griswold will pres 3nti
the great temperanc e play, Ten
Rights in a Bar-room, in Win ns
oro to-morrow, Thursday, eve:n
Ing. His company carries thirty
people and presents this popular
olay under a large waterproof I
nt seating 2000 people. They
ave a carload of special scenery
md they carry with them a large
and which will give free con
erts, one at noon and another a t
seven o'clock p. m. Their big ]
:ent will b e pitched on the lct in
he rear of the A. R. P. church.
See their big announnenment
On Wednesday afternoon at
5 o'clock the Social Glub helH its
irst meeting with its president,
s. Lizzie Adams. The parlor
was lovely with golden rod and
~sparagus ferns, and the ho stes
;actfully distriu ted the gues.ts in
;uch way that the affair was
truly social. After an hour of
leasant intercourse deliciots ic
s and cakes were served an.1 the
llub ad journed to meet in Novem-(
ber with Mrs. W. A. Beaty. All
voted the first meeting a charm-1
g success. There were twelve
regular members of the club
present in addition to s..x or
ight invited guests.
Mrs. H. B. Refo entertained a
few friends most delightfully at a
card party Thursday evening in
honor of Mrs. J. W. Porch (of New
Orleans. The decorations and
the dainty refreshment mostI
fittingly carried out the color
cheme of red, yellow, and brown.
Miss Mary Y. Ellison won the
prize, a bronze bust of N\apoleon,
which was awarded in a very
appy manner by the hostess.
On the Corner by
over Thirty TH
Millinery, Shoes, Clot
Whatever a man i
ber of your family nee
tom prices. A great r
are as low, and on sor
are selling while they
They cost more than t
cotton goods are scarc
at the lowest prices.
our stock of Dress Go<
BIG SALE last Februz
$3,000 worth of THE
please you in the mat<
We did not have a
fresh and new. The -
are the latest. This i
made by expert trimrr
Remember, we gih
cash you spend, and o
prizes. Get one of ou
Your trade solicite
The court of general sessions
was engaged for three days in
the trial of Saul Griffin for the
killing of Thomas Moore at a
church near Woodwards on
August 6. The verdict of the
jnry was guilty of manslaughter
and the sentence of the court was
five years imprisonment in the
Robert Heath, who was found
guilty of rocking a train, was
given a sentence of 6 months on
the county cbaingang or pay a
fne of $100.
Robert Moore and Wade Yar
borough were both tried for
forgery and were acquitted.
John Williams was found
guilty of bigamy and given a
entence of 6 months on the
A motion was made before his
Honor Judge Prince Wednesday
by Messrs W. B, Wilson and WV.
B3. Dunlap of Rock Hill for bail for
MI. F. Owens, who killed Amzi
Sanders, colored at Rlock Hill
:n the 22nd. Bail was granted
n the sum of $2500. The de
Eendant's counsel was accompani
ie by Mr. Jennigs K. Owens, a
brother of the defendant and a
rising young attorney of the
Friay and Saturday were
~aken up wholly with equity
>usiness. No jury cases on the
~ivil side were tried.
An extra term of the court of
~ommon pleas will be held at a
ater time, as it will take from
~wo to four weeks to clear the
WNice line of Double and
ingle-Barrel Guns and Parlor
R~ifles at T. M. Haynes'.
WIf you are going to buy a
suit or overcoat this winter, it
vould pay you to see Hafner
Bros., Chester, 5. 0., before buy
SiiFor three days only W. A.
leckling the Columbia photo
~rapher, will be at the Thespian
dall in Winnsboro. Have your
>hotograph taken while he is
iere. Remember the dates:
hursday, Friday and Saturday,
W'Shipment of Carpenter's
ools just arrived at T. M.
TH IH8BOlR BARK
at close of business Sept. 30, 190.
LIA BI LITI ES.
3apital.......................... $100,000 00,
surplus........................... 50,000 0')
Jn divided profits, net.......,100 33
ilslpayable.... ............... -"09500 00
)ividends unpaid ............... 78 00
)ue banks............................ 56 5
Total......................... 60,82 05
iionds...... ........... .... 53,484 68
)verdraf'ts secured and unse
cured............................ 30,201 00
tea1 estate ................... 16,521 50
.urniture amnd fixtures ....... 1,011 39
ashi, cash items and in oth
er banks....................... 52,653 79
County of Fairfield. J'
Before mec perso~nally conmes James
.2. aivis, (ashier of The WVinnsboro
Bak. and miakes oith that the above
tatemlent is correct to the best of
his knowledge and belief.
JAME-s Q. IDAvis,
Swompii to' before me this :3rd day of
WV. (G. JoanaxN, Notary Public.
T.. K. Er oT, )
the Town Clock has ready for your inspection
ousand Dollars' worth of Dry Goods,
iing, Hats, Underwear. Skirts, Jackets, Blankets,
ieeds, whatever a lady needs, whatever any mem
ds in wearing apparel we can supply at rock-bot
riany goods have advanced in price, but our prices
rie goods lower, than last year. For instance, we
last, ALL THE BEST CALICOES AT 5c. A YARD.
hat at wholesale in New York now. A great many
e, and hard to get. You can get all you want here
Every lady in the county owes it to herself to see
)ds, Silks and Trimmings. No old stock here. Our
ry cleaned out ALL OLD GOODS and we have
NEWEST DRESS GOODS to show you. We will
:rial and please you in the price.
single hat left from last season, so everything is
tyles have changed a great deal, and small hats
s the place to get the right kind and get them
ers. Prices the lowest.
e a HANDSOME PREMIUM with every $10.00
n January ist we give away over $ioo.oo in extra
r circulars and learn all about it.
DRY GOODS COMPANY.:
A BIG SHOW COMING !
I FRANK E. GRISWOLD'S
MAMMOTH RAfIROAD PAVHON
Ten Nights in a Bar Room Co.
Under a Large Water-proof Tent, fitted up in Grand
Opera House style. Seating 2,ooo People.
lodofSeca Seer it alim n Clre ir ffcs
ADI--fFrAdlsH -> 25Cet
- INIFr hlrn - 5 et
PROI. COPAY CRRIEYS HIYTARYLE BANDAR
load givSpecialfSeeiry withrre Calcer and Coond rnoeter
tr "LTe itee n MpoQar etMeganyCmpn
oncin th ayot er ofp eA. R.THIN CHAUTrcH E
ADIS JFo dN'T MIS - IT,- 5Cet
Mchinner6yeas Accpany hue Parts, admtatee
PRO. WEL RSMYNSEVERYBODY BN
will givn of njer poulr ee Cne tsa itnoos.aote
Suppnie foawill oi e l Baby Va te aChildcry iess,a
Larg stock ot lPup rard thines. et Pur Crich.
cLrBAsc. TeMachinery upply iouse o the Stat
AlEidxo nectors, Notie.tr Pipe Notes Ftngs. ors
All persons having claims against A *ll persons having olaims against
the estate of Alexander WVilliford, de- the estate of the late IL. Feaster, de
ceased, are hereby notified to render an cesd, will present the same prpry
account of their demands, duly at-ateedom;analprism
said estate are notife to >mnake ir n to the sad estat will make payment
diate payment to the undersigned. to.he C.e FgEsE
I 04~tG. W. RAGSD Er 9-i>-4t Administrator.