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Give beauty to town and ccun=
try alike. However pretty a
home may be, a fresh coat of
paint will make it more beauti=
ful. Does your home need paint
ing? If so, we can supply you
with the mosteconomical paints
==the kind that look better now,
last longer and cost less in the
Jno. H. McMaster & Co.,
Phone 39. DRUGGISTS.
CHESTER, S. C.
Dry Goods Clothing Notions
Our line of Gray Can show you the We sell Governor
Dress Goods for early Best Knee Pauts for and President Sus
spring is complete. boys at rOc. vou have penders.
____________ -Ask to see our line
We are s of White and Gilt
Table Linen, worth Young MT n see our Belts.
75c., for 4Sc., 2 yards New Spring Suits be
wide. f aore you buy; we will Just received, big
mke it pay you. lot of ite Wash
e rButtons for waists.
We will sell oou 12i
yards for $1.00 of the" Don't buy v o fur We sellithe aEcliPse"
wie.eVests until you Shirt. Best shirt for
very best Bleaching. fance st tL yoAhr. etshr o
. see our line. $1.00 on the market.
Don't buy y o u r
White Waist Goods j "We sell the Famous
lantil ynu see our line. See our line of New W. B. Corset.
Just received, case --Our line of Neck
yard wide Percales, Big liue of Boys' wear for ladies i s
'worth 12ec.. for 10c. Suits just arrived. complete.
HAFNER BROTH ERS,
CHESTER, S. C.
Our stock of Hardware, ilassware and Crock
eryware was never fuller and we are fully prepared
to'supply all your wants in these various lines.
Speeial attention called to our Garden Imple
ment--Onlion Hoes, Potato Drags, Garden Hoes,
Splendid lot of Agate and Delftware, A little
higher, but the cheapest after all.
See our line of Electric Lamips= -some specially
Another big shipment of Flowver Pots on the way,
Some beautifui Jardiniers now in.
J. W. SEIGLER.
Do Yo Needda Mle?
Then come here
for it. Yu wl
finkjst what you
wat ad at prices
that are right.
One Dollar Buys a
W.T C. BOYD'S,
or a 5-b can of Pinnacle Coffee. The best
- cofsee bargai3s on ta market.
Poneo -> for your gtrocery wants.
--Mr. E. J. Stewart s;nt Suu
day in Columbia.
-Mr. C. WN. Madden spent
Sunday in Columabia.
-Next monday is sld.
I Only one public sale aavertiscd
for that day.
-Quite a number of young
people enjoyed a dauce at the
armory Friday evening.
-Mrs. H. W. DesPortes i
Ridgeway isspending a i0 aVs
at Mrs. V. G. DesPortes.
-Mr. and Mrs. Johuson of Co
lum'bia spent several das las:
week at Mr. M. W. Doty,s.
--Rev. 0. N. RouLiree of
Ridgewa was in Wiunsboro on a1
short business trip last wveek.
-Mr. Chas.Connell of Pbila
delphia is here for a short sty
with his sister, Mrs. L. A. Bye.
-Mr. 0. t. Brown of Mont
gonery, Ala., camie in hst wLck
to spend a short while at i:s
--Dr. J. .. MeMeekin is at the
bedside of his mother, who is
quite sick at her hom) near Jeu
-Miss Annie Doty delightluJly
entertained a. number of friends
at a reception at her home near
town Monday evening.
-Mr. J. E. Williams, fo:eman
of The News a,( lerald olie,
spent Saturday and Sunday with
relatives in Columbia.
-Mrs. S. W. DesPortes enter
tained most pleasantly a number
of friends Saturday afternoon in
honor of Miss Connell.
-Mrs. S. B. Stevenson, who
has been quite sick-at the houie
of her brother, Mr. J. B. Steveu
son. is now convalescent.
-Mrs. H. 0. Judd and heir,
daughter, Miss Grace, spent ser
eral davi last week with the
faniiv of Mr. R. E. Ellison.
-Rev. Henry Stokes is con
duct!g special services at
Creight Chapel, assisted by Rev.
C. P. Cartor of the Fast Ches
-The cold weather of the past
few days bas certainly damaged
the frait erov to sowe extrut, but
it is rigbt hard as yet to deter
mine just how uch.
-L e weather or Friday,
Saturday and Sunday was of a
kind that fully justifiol the
wisdom of that little ground hog
in going back into his ho'e.
Surely winter was lingering in
the lag of spring.
A meeting of Camp Raines is
called for Monday, Avpril 2, at 12
o'clock in thbe court house. A
fill att'-udance is desired as
there will be the election of dele
gates to the reunions and the
annual election of onicors.
WX. C. Beaty.
Child Burned to Death.
Sr ndaty afternoon Lou Arm
srnafnegro woman wno nvc~s
on Zton street, left two of her
litle cildren by thecnisdres and
while shbe va.s Nono the one two
years old caught fire and was s;o
badly burned that it died the
Meot Supper at Woodward.
Ther will be a hot supp0cC at
Woodward Friday, Mareh :30. for
the benefit of Concord church.
The ladies will be-in serving
super at 4 o'clock in the af ar
non and will continua till 10)
o'cloCk. Tihey especially invite all
to com~e and get .upper wiih
them. A good supp:r asii a
good time for one and all.
A Costly Ducking.
The court ->f common pleas for
Lancater ecanlly has just 1eni
dered a verdiect that will be of
interest here. Plaiutiff is Josephi
H. Fields of the Fairfield Cottoni
Mills and he gets a v.:rdict
against tne Laucaster Cotton
mills for 8800. The plaintiff
wt to Lan.aster. and, while on
the gr~uuas of the defendant
coipany vi ih the supposed pur
oso ent cing lab;- a way, h:e
was taken by the operat~yes anid
given a good duck\iJg in the big
!1:, First Case.
IMessrs WV. W. Dixon and C. W
MCants ws ut to Rtidgeway Fri
de~ to appear in the mnagistrate's
Icoitin a railroAd case, involv
lg the deif]i ery of fr eight. Thi
was Mr. 2deCa;:t's first case and
e acquitted himself well. Hie
as just been appointed by the
Southern Railway Co.' as enun
sel to rt're-sent temn in the
readinig law in thme ohi e of' his
f ather, Hon J. u. McCacs
N.-w Victor licevrls .;ust iln
7r1h~ til tr
1 7. 1 ~wr
o"; 'm world W.
in *'m I i e Nv ii 1"e
jfllo is. wk ct
, . '5ra it3 I i n a, y) n saiit1:
10;.rerr ~ aij 1d 0 0. L U .
w(aSnJuua: KhO~~ Lc rank:s sec
I'rL~ ilt- .LU I tw ' I~C >C)Uw
.,~ or at *l. I a e"r1v
him" ' mul maw ?Ln-. have utv
1'51~~~5IT i *r ,u*- 1r .1
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i"t'.er'ni bv is> i 1 I ~ .
We can help you to g
e-very day loads of SI
take an early look at
We are now read
Thousands of yar
ever looked an. See
New style Gingh.
We are ofering z
prices. Come to see
LV wK w W a great tim
or the ladies of Wiurnsboro and
the surroundnlg country, for it
was the occasion of two millinery
openings in tOWLn, th-e first time
in a good while when both the
Caidwell Dry Goods Company i
and D. V. Walker & Company <
have had their openines the same
week. The ladies took fail
adlvanitage of the line opportu- j
_ities offered for seceing all the
latest styles in millinery d-spite
tie fact that the wextiir was not
ery suagestive of Easter hats
and -uinmmer dcsigns.
The hats this yar are just a
little smaller thain they were a
Year agzo and this s-asun it is al
the o o ave the trimmuigs right
in the back, a feature tiat it iS
said will have much to d) with
making it easier for church ushers r
to get the front seats occupied.
Popular styles are the fifth
avenues and French sailors. e
Very popular colors are old rose, (
gra and lavender.I
At D. V. Walker & Co 's Miss
Nettie Sitgreaves was greeting C
her friends in that same pleasaut di
manner that has made her so I
onopular as a milliner. The offer- J
itigs here cleariy showed that shie I
was still malintainin~g her well 'n
rstablishedi reputation~ for bring- S
ing on the very latest and nob- C
biest millinery designs.. The
whole arrangemneut of the room d
wasb mos~ happy and those whdse a
goodi fortune it was to see their I
sfterings were highly pleased. C
Sh was assisted by Miss Kte ?
The~ opening at the Caldwell A
Dry Goon Company was in charge; E
-> Miss Yerby, who is just enter
ing upon her first season in
W~inmsboro. The~ designs that
she hadi sele.cted for this mifllinery~
iNmYrtmen~t and thme arrangement mi
>f the room cleadly showed th t a
she was right up) to-date as a t
:nilliner and she madie mnany a
~rienmds by her conteous attenition Hi
'o the ladies who caune in. Miss A
Tohnston, who has been the a--.
i:stan: unmder other milliners,:
~ave much valuable assistance in
:he attractive display, which
proved a source of much pleasure
o0 the milny visitors.
All the ladies of Fairfield w'll
Thd it speciativ to their interest
:o come to WVinusboro for their
'uillinry. for fromn the many
:,rettv desins showva at thesa
:w omuI'ng, il omght to be pretty
asy f. r them to find just what.
:mey want. Another very in-t
:eresting thing aLbout it too is
:bat they will flad that they can
.a t their millinery here at muchS
fednod I rices as compared with
what tuzey have to pay in other1
John Dawvkinms, colored, h Tic
ront racted to work for mue onm my
farm until August :30, 1906, no- A
tice is herebs given th-at thie law P
will be enforced against any per
son or p)ersons employing or 1rar
bori.g him in any nanner what. 0
ever. T. M. Stewart,
Alston, S. C. 1
LOST--One Gold Ring withl
larg amethyvt setting and the
IA viIng L. to ." Was
lP t bKwe Mthadist churc h1
andI ih stree. Suitable re
wa'rd ifreturne to Thme News
TOILE~T SOAP~ of the very best !
qu ty at extra ckose prices.t
It A. Buclanan.t
:et this early start, for we
"RING GOODS. Our buy
rid shipping out many ba
y to show a full line of W
1 styles--and prices as lowA
*ds of the most beautiful E
them now and get choice
t Spring Calicoes, 4c, 5c, z
ims, 5c, 83c, roc. Just a
md expect to offer special I
us and you will see that p
Mt. Zion Honor Roll.
The following is the hon-r roll
of Mt. Zion Institute for the
'econd quarter of this session.
Those pupils who made 95 p:er
ent or over on examination are
Ilassid highly distinguished, and
hose who made 90 to 9.5 per,
Jaldwell, Benjamin Heyward,
)peneer M'Caiuts, James Doug
ass, Shaw Ketchin, Bessie BroOtm,
&axie Raey, E9velyn GAkt*
Vinaie Me3fneter. Sadie Des-!
?ories, Rash Bye, Nant. Neil.
)essie Clarke, Nell Elliott, Mary
ieyward, Elizabe th Me Master.
Highly Distinguished - Lan
ens Elliott, Annie Ketchin, El
ot Caldwell, Wade Hoffman,
Iarcus Boulware' Lizzie Oath-!
art. Katharine Ellison, Hatrret
oan, Lizzie Doty, Lucy Doty,
Distinguished -- Annie Gant,
hiristine Good ing, Adn Lan
ecker, Lilla F. Ketchin, Lois;
~urley, Gene Smith, Pearl Hollis,
ohin L. Catthcart, Henry Mc-I
~owell, Warren Fienniken, Hart
i1 Burley, Edith Rabb, Irene
mith, Hazel Harden, Adeline
Attendance Roll (not absent
uring the quarter)--Peggy Buch
2a, Eddie Caldwell, Hazel
:ardlen, Betty Hey ward, Narcie1
larke, Harriet Coan, Wade Hoff
an, Gene Smnith, Joe Gantt,
nnie Ketchin' Lilla B. Retchin
nnie Gibson, Louise Gantt,
essie Broom, Laurens Elliott.
Do Not Be Imposed Upon.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
oney and Tar as a throat and lung.
mnedy-, and on accomit of the great
erit and popularity of Foley's Honey
id Tar manny imitations are offe~red
r the genuid~e. These worthless imni
tions4 have similar sounding names.
eware of them. The genuinre Foley's
onrey and Tar is in a yellow packag.e.
k for it and refuse anry substitute.
ra the best remiedy for coughs and
ids: McMaster Co.
South Carolina as She Wa:..
There was a time-long ago, 1
id still within the recollectiont
some old men now living- E
Een the courts of South Caro
a were ranked as tho best in<
e count:y; understanding by
>est" when ;oplied to courts:
.'se in whiicn' even-handed jus- a
re was most unwaveringly dis- I
msed. There wao a time, when j
>commit a crime of any sort in
)mth Carolina, the offender]
ould be surely tried, and1
hether he was rich or poor, be l
inished as the law directs id
~ealth, social station nor politi-:
dl pull could not sta'y the hand
the law or save the guilty one' -
om punishment, and the com- 9
itting of a crime was certain to
e followed by this punishment. I
ud may she not again reach the'
roud prnminence which once
as hers, when in vurity of her
)urts she beaded the sisterhood
stato', a.nd it was not "Jersey
ustice" which was quoted as the
uiuteseenee of legal admin-I
tration. Let us hope so.-Au
Clears the Complexin.
O)rino Laxative Fruit Syrup stimu
.tes the liver anid thorougfhly cleanses
- syne andi:0( clears the comiplexioni
f pimples2 aud blotches. It is the bg
.antive' for womren: arid childreni as it
i ld and1 ples.t anod does not
ripe ur sieken. (Orinio is much supe
ior to pill1s, o perint .waters and all
rciiry~r eathlarnes a:s it does niot irri
aote the'stomraek and bowels. MeMas
are receiving almost
ers are now in the
rgains. You should
hite Goods of every
as they have ever
mbroidery your eyes
nd 64c a yard.
s cheap as you ever
nducements in low
rices are low.
THE OLD RELIABLE
The greatest of
to perfect seolkig
Used in the best fain
ilies the wedld ever
Rot BAMGN POWDER CO., 16EW VOi
Brother Thomas Charles Watt.
was born in Fairfield county,8S.C;
[fue 3, 1836, married Sarah -
fones Willingham February,22*
L855, and died February, 17 1906,
iearly seve-nty years of age. For
ear ten years, since the death of
iis wife, he has lived with his
mnly daug bter, Mrs. R. 0. Mann.
3eing a widow with sons to rear,
she knew how to appreciate the'
advice and companionship of one
f the most affectionate and ten
ler -fathers. He also leaves one
on, John Joseph Watt, of Co
umbia, fourteen grand childen,
ive great grand children, one
>rother, Mr. Alex Wztt of Louis
ana, one sister, Mrs. A. P. Irby
>f Fairfield and other relatives.
['hese are by noj means all who
nourn his loss. His house has
:een the home of the widow and
>rphais, and those who remain
>f that number live to bless his
lear memory. He was ever tL.e
est son-in-law. No kinder hus
>and, father, brother, or friend
han our broteer, Thomas Watt,
ver laid claim to Christianity.
Lccording to St. James defiaition
>f religion, he was a Christian in
he truest sense. "Pare religion
.d undefiled before God amnd
he Father is this; to visit the
ridow and fatherless in tueir
,fflictiou and keep himself un
potted from the world." James
.27. This he did dealing his
>read to the hungry and sparing
Lis roof with those who, like ou.r
6laster, had not where to lay
heir heads. ,He was a consistent
taae of he Methodist church
kongh he eotld not sing, took
;reat comfort and~delight in the
ongs of Zion. His place will be
-acant in the church, in our
somnes, but not in our hearts.
Ye love to think of the time
vhen~ he will be comming with
>ther loved ones to meet and wel
:ome us homne to ouri Father's.
ionse aboye. Farewell, dear
>rother, till we meet on the
aanks of sweet deliverance.
GLASS AND TIN WARE-A full
assortmennt at special prices.
R. A. Buchanan.
EGGS, EG'GS-Eggs for setting
frow fine Single Comb White
and Brown Leghorns. S$100
f ir:1. Warren H. Flenaken,
winusore S. C.