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BUIST'S 00D CROPS LANDRETH'S
That's why you should buy seeds here, as you
can always be sure that you get fresh seeds and
of known variety. All our seeds were grown
last year, from seeds whose variety had been
proved, and under the most favorab!e condi
tions for each kind. They have the precise at
tention to details in gathering, etc., which only
the practical seed grower knows how to give.
All this should make them worth more to you
than seeds picked up here, there and every
where, but we sell them as low as you pay for
the inferior kinds.
JNO. H. McMASTER & CO.,
BUIST'S Druggists. LANDRETH'S
Phone 39 Winnsboro, S. C.
We handle Buist's and Landreth's Seeds.
CHESTER, S. C.
$5.00 Rugs $2.98 See our WALK IJust received
$3.00 Rugs $1.75 OVER SHOES Case of Whit
. before you buy. Goods for waists
Great Bargains -- Send for sample
in Table Linens pairs of these goods.
Dodd Slippers Our line of Ho
Just Received- carried from lastu ine of com
Case of Spring season-- i
Chambrays. I good styles-- We sell the Fa
--,We will sell for 15 mous W. B. Cor.
Great Bargains days at $1.85. sets.
in Overcoats - - - We sell the Wesi
You can buy 15c End Kid Gloves
Our $1.50 Ladies' Ribbon from us -
Shoes are the lat 10 cents. If you need a nice
best in Chester , black skirt write
for the meney. .to us for samples
Come and see the See our yard wide. before you buy.
shoes and youaffeta Silk a
will be convinced 79c, the dollar If anything wE
grade. _ sell you is no1
Don't buy your Don't buy your satisfactory w e
Carpets until you Art Squares until will refund youl
see ours. you see ours. .money.
CHESTER, S. C.
What You Need.
Bliss' Red Triumph Planting
Bliss' White Planting Potatoes
Fine Eating Irish Potatoes.
Yellow and White Onion Sets.
Buist's Garden Seeds of all kinds
You can get them at
Geo. R. Lauderdale's.
For Sale at Attractive Prices.
T. K. ELLIOTT.
BANK OF FAIRFIELD
WINNsBoRo, S. c.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT-Interest allowed at the rate of 4
per cent per annum, payable quarterly, January, April, July and
w. R. Rabb, President. J. M Jennings, Cashier.
T. WV. Traylor, Vice-President. Hugh S. Wylie, Teller.
W. R. Rabb, F'. R. McMeekin,
T. WV. Traylor, T. WV. Rufi,
J. C. Buehanan, J. R. Curlee,
D. V. WVaiker. J. J. Robertson.
.1. W. Haznaihan. J. L. Mhnnaugh,
R. Y. Turner, Leo -ring,
S. C o. - L~ . M. Jennings.
'Wednesday, March 7, 1906.
-Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Goodinj
have returned from Charleston.
-Miss Lizzie Smith of Long
town is visiting relatives in town
-Mr. .I. P. Caldwell returner
yesterday from his northern trip
-Mr. J. 0. Boag spent yes
terday in Columbia on business
-Miss Lila Brockington hai
gone to Tamipa for a few weeks
-Mr. J. P. Quarles of Abbe
ville was a visitor in town thi!
-MJrs. Hessie McCarley o
Rtock Hill spent yesterday ii
-Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Mc
Master of Columbia spent Sundai
-Mrs. 0. W. Brice and child
ren are spending some time ii
town at Mr. J. A. Brice's.
-Mr. Arnold Pixley is at hom
from Savannah, where he has
been at work the past two months
-The county board of equaliza
tou meets next Tuesday. In
terested parties will please tak(
-Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Alling
have returned home after spend
ing a week with her sister, Mrs.
J. J. Neil.
-Mr. T. H. Ketchin left yes
terdav for the northern markets
to buy his spring and summer
stock of goods.
-Mr. A. W. Brown is now in
the northern markets purchasing
the spring and summer stock for
- D. V. Walker & Co.
-Mr. J. 0. Boag is having a
nice five-room cottage erected on
one of the lots where his cottagee
were recenitly burned.
-Master Daniel Heyward has
returned from the hospital in
Counmbia. He hopes soon to
I lay his crutches aside.
-Mrs. W. G. Martin, after a
, montYS stav with the family of
Mr. R. E. E~ison, left Thursday
fer her home, Brewton, Ala.
-Mrs. Jude Robinson, who
has been spending some time
with the family of Mr. R. E.
Ellison, has returned to her home
-Mr. D. A. Crawford has
again gone to the western mar
kets for more mules and horses,
which he expects to arrive the
latter part of this week.
-There will be a meeting of
the Civic League Friday after
noon at the residence of Mrs.
Cureton at 4 30 o'clock. All the
ladies are invited to attenb.
-Mr. H. E. Ketchin, who is
Inow conducting an up-to-date
furniture store, wants his friends
to know that he is still in the
cotton market and wants a chance
at your cotton before you sell.
-Miss Inez Ragsdale enter*
tined a number of her young
friends with a "good luck" party
Friday evening and each one
considered it real good luck tc
have been permitted to be a
member of this happy gethering.
--The Bowman Fun-Makers
and" "Paten t Medicine Advertis
ers" are giving at the Thespiar
Hall a week of fun at the mar
-velous low prices of 20 and 10
cents. The real marvel, how
ever, is how they dare charge a'
all for what thev give.
Messrs Price & Hood of Bly
hwood have been forced intc
Iinvoluntary bankruptcy. Thei
liailties ~were about $4,00(
while their assets are not estimat,
ed at more than $2,000.
Death of Miss Lucretia Macon.
Miss Lucretia Macon diec
february 27th at her home na
Strtpr. The deceased was
jabont 67 ym old, and for
nubr of years ha.d Igvpd t:
herself. Her remains were in
terred in the family burial ground
Executions Will Issue.
From now till March 15 thos
who have nor paid their taxes
and their number is now ver;
sinai!l-can pay the same with
Spenalty of 7 per cent added
A ter the~t time ex.ecution2 Td
be issued again all delinquents.
Brick Church ntertainent.
The ladies of the Brick Churc1
congregation will have a hot sui
per at the residence of Mr. W. E
cfje Friday evening, Marchi
th proceeds N be used for ri
pairing the 1.hureh, Tho publ
is cordially invited.
Mrs. Mrrison Paralyze4.
Mra. Nannie Morrison was pa
a' zed at the Blackstock Meth<
di~st church Sunday a week ag
he was taken at once to ti
Mtisdit parsonage. Her ii
-proevra :j%., been continuo
since and Sunday #~ M 4k
be carried to her home ne
eBlacksock. Her eon, Pr'
W. S. Morrisen of Clemson, at
Mrs. Minnie Gantt of Sparta
laur haveben with her.
According to announcement
the Winnsboro public library
I was again reopened Wednesday
after having been shut up for
about two months. The new
rooms in the town hall had been
gotten in good shape and the
books had all been put in place,
ready for the opening. For the
present size of the library these
- rooms are quite sufficient and'
certainly make very attractive
3 quarters. The library in it's new
' home has more the appearance of
permanency than ever before,
and now that its nead has been so
much emphasized by having it
closed for a while, its real place,
in the community is more largely)
felt. Already it is being well,
used. It is very important, how
ever, that all old members renew
their memberships at once, so
that the magazines for the year
may be ordered right away.
-There ought to be at least one
hundred members of the Asso
ciation. and all should join now as'
a the membeiship fee of $1.00 only
i pays for this calhnier year.
In connection with the reopen- )
ing of the library the thanks of
the Association are due to Mayori
Ketchin for his great interest in,
tnis matter. Not only did Le
tender the rooms in the town hall
free of rent, but he voluntarily
had the walls of the hall outside
repaired. He will also haue the
whole approach to the hall paint
ed and put in good shape. With
these changes in the town hall it
will be quite a different looking
place to what it has been hereto
fore. It will be quite a step in,
civic improvement to have thiQ
headquarters of the municipal,
government kept in a more at- I
tractive manner, and this is some
thing that can now be surely
For Over Sixty Years.
MRS. WINStoW'S SooTsNc SYRUP I
h'as been used for over 60 years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect suecess.
It soothes the child, softens the gums, r
allays all pain; cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for Diarrhcea. It
will relieve the poor little sufferer im -
mediately. Sold by druggists in every I
part of the world. Twenty-five cents t
a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take
no other kind.
The note given us a few days i
ago by our White Oak corres
pondent in regard to the death of 1
Mr. R. M. Fife of Reddick, Fla.,
was an error, as Mr. Fife is not
dead. For several weeks he has1
been very low and he was report
ed to be dead. He is now conva
Mr. Jennings Home. j
The many friends of State
Treasurer Jennings were very
glad indeed to see him in town
Friday. He was returning from
Baltimore, where he recently
underwent a very seniuus opera
tion, and stopded over for a day
here with his son, Mr. J. M.Jenn
ings. He is greatly improved in
health and hopes soon to be fully
receovered. This is most grat
ifying to his friends here in
Fairfield, who have watched with
interest the outcome of his long
sickness. He was accompanied
on this trip by his son, M. B.1
Jenniogs, Esq; of the Yorkville~
Not Quit Yet.
The fact that our book and
stationery department was dis
continued at the beginning of the
year has given some the impress
ion that we are np longer in the
job printing business. In this
connection we want to say
that we not only have noti
discntinued our job printing de
partment, but that we have great
ely increased our faciiiites for
handling all job work. With our
present equipment we are able to
> turn out much more job work
. and th~at top Af a higher order
.than has been possible hereto.
fore. So, if you have any job
work, just bring it along and let
us have a show at it . Material
first class, work satisfactery, all
- orders promptly filled, prices
reasonable, satisfaction or no pay.
- Painting Store Fronts.
Within the past few m~onths
several of the store fronts have
been painted and the appearance
Sof the same greatly imnproived.
This is an improvament that does
not cost so much, yet it goes far
)in the improving the looks of
:things. The good example that
has been set in this matter is
Swe woythy of bging followed by
others. With all the store fronts
brightened up by a. coat of
paint this would be quite a dif
- ferent looking old town to what
>- it is at pressnt. Who will be the
o. next to follow, and the next, and
sPerfection can only be attained in the
pphysical by allowing Nature to appro
deag not disipgje 4er p~Yn rp
ar ourcs. artbadr~es gjape, wensen
f disipate, while DeWitta Little Ear1y
d Risers si mply expel all putrid matter
and bile. thus allowing the liver to as
u~sume normal aetivity. Good for the
emnileA.J Sn1A by all dealers.
We can help you I
every day loads of
take an early look
We are now rc
Thousands of '
ever looked an. S
New style Gino
We are offerin
prices. Come to si
LITTLE ETHEL McLAURIN
VhoWas Deserted by Her Mothei
and Left in the Care of a Colore4
Woman to Be Returned to He
Grandfather in Columbia To-day
About two weeks ago a colore<
Voman, Sallie Mobley, came t
innsboro from Columbia wit]
little white girl in her posses
ion. She gave out the state
nent that the child had beei
iven to her by its mother, wh<
iad become separated from he:
rsband. The child is abou
wo and a half years old and hai
een well cared for and attract
A the attention of all who sav
er. Some citizens, who deplor
id the fact that a white child had
een left to be brought up by
:.gro woman, interested them.
elves in the child's behalf an
agan to make inquiries as
> her parents to see if some.
ing could not be done for he:
The facts as given by the wo
an have been well substantia
ed. Rhe said that the child's
ame was Ethel McLaurin and
hat she was a grandedaughte:
)f Mr. Milton McLaurin, jadgi
f probate for Marlboro county
he supervisor of Marlboro was
honed to in regard to the mat
er and Judge McLaurin hal
ince written Supervisor Burle'
hat he wanted his little gran<
aughter. He also informed hin
hat her father is now workin
n a printing office in Cherav
Ld that he would take his hitti
~irl with him later on. Th
~randfather did not know tha
ithel's mother had left her.
Mr. McLaurin has arranged t<
eet Supervisor Burley in Colum
~ia to- day with the little girl and
e will take her home with him
Through the kindness of in
erested friends a collection wa
ken up several days ago fo
aying the woman for the car
he had taken of the child
thel was theregpon taken awa'
-om lier and~ has sincoe beei
ared for under the suprvision o
npervisor Burley. Had no
er grandfather come in to claim
er a suitable home would hav
~een provided& for her.
Mr. D. L. Stevenson and Rev
. 0. Byrd have been very active
a helping to get this little gir
ut of her unfortuate surroiund
igs and to restore her to he
Two Jiore Names.
Two more names of confederata
eterans now living in Fairfiel<
ounty have been handed in.
W. H. Traylor, Co. H, 6tl
S. C. Reg.
. H. Melton, Co. B, 7th sat,
Any other nares should b
Iaded in~ at once.
OILET SOAP of the ve'ry beE
quality at extra close price
R. A. Buchanan.
LASS AND TIN WARE-A fu
assortment at special price
R. A. Buchanan.
EGGS, EGGS-=FErom very sele
srain Buff Plymouth Rlock
Thirteen for $1.00. Puti
your order at once, F. 3
FINB~ FARM FOR SALE--9
acres in Fairfield county, suit
ble for farming or stock raisiu
Very cheap. The Caroli:
Land A gency, Greenville, S.
FOR SALE-Seyeal Malg a:
Eprses gt para close pric4
Call and see them. J.O. BoE
MONEY TO LEND-on re
estate. A. S & 'Y. D. Dougl;
o get this early start, for we
SPRING GOODS. Our buy
,jand shipping out many be
ady to show a full line of W
'iful styles--and prices as lov
iards of the most beautiful E
%e them now and get choice :
ent Spring Calicoes, 4c, 5c, a
rhams, 5c, 8V3c, ioc. Just a4
- and expect to offer special i
.e us and you will see'that pi
ell Dry Go
Is here and we have
shipment of FLOWE
(et them now.
- Don't forget that e'
of Garden and Farm
ways kept in stock h
A large and varied a
ware and Crockery.
and Toilet Sets.
Use Poultry Netti:
fence and get it here.
We have handlcd Landi
last 15 years and have a ful
Landreth's Onion Sets.
Seed Irish Potatoes fro:
Golden Dent Corn.
IAmber and Orange Sort
Lawn Grass Seed.
Now is the time to plat
Try Landreth's Earliest.
Early Cabbage Plar-ts.
-Phone No. 9. 1.
r Executor's Notice.
-All parties having claims against
the estate of Miss L. R. Macon, de
testd; a artiaern i ndebteddtoy te
said estate will make payment to the
undrsined DAVID C. JA MES,
C. S. PIXLEY, M. D.
WINNsBORO, S. C.
Offices: 4 Law Range.
r Hours: 10 to 3.
1If you want to In
tYour Dwelling and Furni=
iYour Barn and Stock,
Your Store Building,
t Your Merchandise,
aPrompt attention~ as well as prompt
gBUL OW's COMET will make the
al meson, begiiun:z March 1, at Cedar
T,'lree plantation (< nriate ter '.
are receiving almost
ers are now in the
rgains.' You should
hite Goods of every
r as they have ever
mbroidery your eyes
nd 6%c a yard.
;cheap as you ever
nducements in low
-ices are low.
- Time ==
just received a big
R POTS of all sizes.
rerything in the way
Implements is al
ssortment of Glass
See our fine Lamps
ig for your garden
-eth's Garden Seed foi the
ly supply suitable forthis
n a reliable seed house.
it Tomatoes in hot beds.
Jnder Winnsboro Hotel.
We have opened up
[iranite Works at Rion
and can fill all orders for
monumental and ceme
Best material, high grade
work, prices reasonable.
Your orders solicited.
Works at Rion, S. C,
Powell Bros. & Co.
Rion, S. C.
Letters of Administration
State of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield. f
By D. A. Broom, Esq., Probate Judge:
Whereas, J. A. Hagceod hath made
suit to me to grant her letters of ad
ministration of the estate andI effects
of Jame~s H ix Hagood, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
mionish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said James Hix.
Hagood, deceased, that they be and
appear before ie, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at 1fairfield Court.
House, South Carolina, :ou4he-J~th
day of March next, afterp i
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock in e
noon, to show cause, if tehv
why the said administra~lfrn
Given unde my hand, this 5th d4
of March, A. D. 1906.
D). A, BROM
3-72t Judge of Probate.
WANS ED-To make a few de
sira'ole loans on real estate at
1 7 per cent. J. E. McDonald,
Winsboro S. C.