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time in the year
Wednesday, April 4, 1906.
-Miss Bertha Hollis of Mit
ford is with Mr. T. M. Haynes.
-Mr' and Mrs. J. P. Cald
well spent Tuesday in Columdia.
-Miss Sadie DesPortes has
way.ne to her home in Ridge
*-Mr. Ernest Ellison of Char-'
lotte spent Sunday with his
-Miss Kitty Stewart of Rock
THill is visiting Miss Elizabeth
-Mrs. Taylor of Kentucky is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. R.
iToty, this week.
-Mrs. D. B. Boney of Blythe
'wood spent Sunday with her
another, Mrs. Wooten.
--Mrs. Sarah Addison of Due
'West is on a visit to the family
wif Mr. W. H. Flenniken.
-Miss Florence Powell, who
has tbee~n de guest of the Misses
Elliott, .has returned to Aiken.
Advertisement that tells of a
cure for baldness comes under
the head of hair raising stories.
-Misses M. E. .Quattlebanm
:and Rebecca Lyles ai-e attending
the B. Y. P. U. in Spartanburg.
-Mr. Philp Gwaltney of
Clemson spent a few days last
week with his brother, Mr. E. C.
-Llttle Miss Janie Weir
spent several days in Columbia
the past week, having her eyes
and throat treated.
-Miss Mamie Taylor of Colum
h ia came up Saturday for a few
.days stay with friends and rela
~tives in the country.
-Mr. Leroy Habenicht left
~Saturday for Columbus, Ga.,
'where he has accepted a good
position in a drug store.
-Mr. T. M. Haynes now has
zn expert tinner and will be
pleased to figure with you as
to your needs in this linje.
-Mrs. A. E. Bell of Blackstock
and little granddaughter, Miss
Lawrence Harrison, spent a few
das last week with Mrs. Lydia
-Rev. Henry Stokas leaves'to
day for the Epworth League
conference at Williamston. He
expects to be back for his ap
.-Mr. H. B. Refo is haying
te store greatly improved by
haigsome repair work dona
asnd by hiaving the same painted.
He ha also recently built an
extension to the building.
-Reno and Alvord's oneda'
.eircus at the Thespian hail Fri
day evening proved qitte enter.
-taiming. All the exhibitors o
taagic and jugglery were goo
and there were several comnica
pieces well rendered.
> town and coun=
wever pretty a
a fresh coat of
it more beauti=
lome need paint=
can supply you
ook better now,
ost less in the
laster & Co.,
a good line of
I I fully guaran
i quality. Call
ore you buy.
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r sale. I can
ice and terms.
mule here any
-Masters Laurens and Georg4
Abbott have set a good exam
pe in giving the library a year.s
subscription to the Woman':
Home Companion and the Sat
urday Evening Post, for whici
they are respectively agents.
-Mr. T. E. Saunders of Vir
ginia, who is the taveling repre
sentative for this section of thai
popular cigar, the Yellow-Stone
Park, spent Sunday in town witli
his niece, Miss Yerby. This
cigar is to be well advertised in this
-Mayor T. H. Ketchin goe!
to Columbia to-morrow to attend
the meeting of the State Demo
cratic executive committee. The
call .or the meeting of the vari
ous clubs Saturday April 2'
andl the State Convention May
16 will be issued.
-Communion services wer
held at Sion Presbyterian churci
Sunday. The preaching was.b
Rev. S. IR. Preston, D. D., presid
ent of Chicora College, who als<
preached a most thoughtful ser
mon at the union services Sunda
Qvening on the necessity a
safeguarding the home and mak~
ing it a center Christian influences
Entertainment For Bruick Chrch.
There will be a box party a
Mr. H. D. Hamiter's on Wed
nesday evening April 11 for the
benefit of the Brick Churdia.
The public is cordially in
Death of Miss Campbell.
Monday,s State contained
notice of the death of Miss E. H
Campbell, who made her homn
here for three years with hel
brother, Rev. J. B. Campbell
the former pastor of the Metbo
dist church. She was 74 year
old. She won many frienp
during her three yerrs sta.y here
who recognized in her a tra~
Camp Raines held its annua
meeting monday and all the o1
omcers were re-elected. Messr
T. . Careton and I. S. Chappe]
were elected as delegates t
the general reunion et Ne
Orleans and Messers G. A. Whit
and Jno. A. Stewart to the stat
reunion in Columbia. Mr. W.V
Ketchin was appointed to dra
a meorial roll of the camp.
For Over Sixty Years.
MS. WINSLOW's SOOTNIso Si
h~s been used for over 60 years by m:
lions of mothers for their childri
while tce u4ig, with p)erfect suece!
It sootea thec child, softens the guir
allays alL pain; cures wind colic, a2
is the best remedy for Diarrhoa.
will relieve the poor little suterer
-mediately. Sold by druggists in eve
part of the world. Twenty-five cei
a bottle. lHe sure and ask for "M
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and ta
1no othr kind.
5 and to Cent Store.
This is the place to get the
very best bargains in town. You
do not know what a bargan
center it is till you call here and
see what you can do with five or
ten cents. Call and see for
yourself. L. Langley.
Touching Up The Town flail.
Mayor Ketchin has placed the
Library Association under great
obligation to him by having the
inner part of the town hall paint
ed. This is a great improvement
and is ta be followed by the use
of the paint brush on the whole
building. The Civic League is
trying its bands at the improve
ment of this same property by
planting the plot of ground in
front in graes.
Another Whiskey Seizare.
Sheriff Hood and Constable,
Boland made another seizure of
whiskey Thursday. They no
ticed a case containing twelve
quarts, directed to Mr. M. M.
Mackorell, and when the same
was taken to his home, it was
refused by his wife. The exprrss
man then delivered it to a cabia
near the .house, where it was
afterwards taken by the above
officers and sent to Columbia.
Negro Killed at the Falls.
John McDow, a colored laborer
at Catawba Falls, met his death
Friday afternoon on a tram road.
He was standing between two
cars laden with lumber when the
cars suddenly stopped and the
lumber shot forward, one heavy
piece striking him on the skall
and crushing it badly. Coroner
Leckie went to the scene of the
tragedy Saturday morning and
viewed the remains. Th a jury of
inqest brought in a vardict in
accordance with the foregoing
Will not Make the Race.
The State of a few days ago in
making announcement of probable
candidates for various state
offices makes the following note I
in regard to a Fairfield man, who
in the last two elections has been
so close a second for the office of I
Capt. Jno. G. Mobley, who has
made two very nearly successful a
campaigns for the position of ~
railroad commissioner, states,
positively that he will not be in 1
the race this summer. He has 9
had a number of voluntary offers I
of support, but will not~ call upon.
his friends for their suffrage.
Board of Equalization.
The work of the board of eua
lization at its meeting last week
was largely routine. It is not
yet possible to tell what changes
have been made in the valuation
of the property of the county,e
but Auditor Pagan says that he
thinks it will amount to a right
considerable sum, as the value e
of real estate in many instances
was raised and the average of
personal property is decidedly
higher. He says that ne is going
Sto add the fifty per cent penalty
on every one who has failed to
make returns. This in itself will
be a big item to the county, for
Sit is a matter of faot that there i
-are a good number who do not
m iake their returns.I
FETILIgE~S -I still have a
plenty of fertilizers for sale,
M. W, Doty. 1
t For Fairfield Folka.
There is one place in Colum- c
bia, where Fairfield people al
ways feel at home and that is at
the mammoth store of J. L
Mimnaugh & Co., Mr. Mimnaugh
started his mercantile career here
in Winnsboro and his frienids
Shave watched with interest hisE
raise in the mercantile world. b
SHe has been increasing his busi
rness all the while, till now he
has about the largest establish- a
ment in the Capital City. Every
department is crowed and there
is no trouble for one to get pust
wlat is wanted, whethsr it is in
thie way of Clothing, pry Qoods, -
Notions, Shoes, EHats, ]4illineT7
trunks, carpets, rugs, etc. And
the beauty of it is thaey are all
o had at the very lowest prices, d~
for Mr. Mimnaugh is always on
the lookout for bargains and one
Llof the keys to his success has I
Sbeen this being right on the spot.
when bargains were being offered. .
eHis whole stock this season is
a nsally full and he esepcially
Sinvites all'lis h4irgeld friends
jto call to inspect his stock, when
in Columbia; and if occasion
arises for them to make any
order he wants a chance to serve<
them. Be sure to call at Mim
i-naugh's Mammo.uth Store, when
~next in the Capital City. it.
dNothing will relieve in digestion that
is not a thorough digestant. Kodol
Dypepsia Cure digests what you eat,
and allows the stomach to rest-recu
>erate-grow strong again, .A tew
doses of K'~odol after meals will soon
restore the stomach and digestive or
kegans to a full performance of their~
functions naturally. Sold by all drug
A berious Accident.
Thursday morning, while
her way to school, Miss Eti
Coleman, one of the teachers
the Lebanon school, met with
very serious accident. She w
in a buggy and with her we
Frank Pope and a little gi
The mule became frighten
ind made a quick dart in t
woods and ran against aboa:
pile, upsetting the buggy. A
were thrown out, but Miss Col
man was the only one injure
3he had her left leg brok
ust above the ankle, the lE
orefinger broken in the han
nd her left arm severely spraine
The is now being cared for
he home of Mr. D. L. Stevens<
with Mrs. Alice Harden as b
rained nurse. Her many frien
Lre hoping that she will so<
ecover from these injuries
This is the season of listlessne
aeadaches and spring disorders. H<
ister's Rocky Mountain Tea is a situ
reventative. Makes you strong ai
igorous. 35 cents, Tea or Table
[no. H. McMaster & Co.
Knights of Pythias.
It is only a few weeks till t]
meeting of the Grand Lodge <
nights of Pythas in Sumte
rhis order throughout Soui
arolina is in an exceeding:
prosperous condition. The men
bership is now almost to the t(
thousand mark and this numb<
will probably be reached befoi
'he meeting of the grand lodg
rhe local lodges will mako evei
affort to get in all available mi
terial hefore that ti:ae, so th
.hey may make the best possib
howing at their annual gathe:
In this connection it is a mai
er of interest that at the annu
neeting of the Grand Lodge lai
rear Winn Lodge, 108, made t]
)est report of any lodge in i
hole domain. A feature <
pecial interest in this report we
he fact that the lodge had espo
ially emphasized the social an
iterary feature by establishing
well equipped reading room fc
he use of its members. Thi
0om, as has been noted befor
s quite nicely fixed up and is
vorite meeting place for th
Inights, who find here a mof
>easant place to spend the eveI
ng with their fellow memberi
Phe courtesies of the room az
lso extended to the ladies of th
own and~to 'visiting Knights.
Winn Lodge has taken the leal
a this matter and other lodge
,r watching with interest th
esult of the experiment that ha
John Diwfins, collored, haviri
ontracted to work for me on m
rm until August 30, 1906, nc
ice is hereby given that the la,
rill be enforced against any per
on or persons employing or har
onug him in any manner whai
vr. T. M. Stewart,
Alston, S. C.
TH MEllIBORO BAR
at close of business Mar. 31, 1906.'j
ur plus ..................... 50,000 0
rndivide pronts, net.... 13,781 8
ills payable................ 173,475 0
ividends unpaid..... ......... 78 C
lue other banks............ 2,657 2
Total,........,.................. $84,875 2
oa8......,...,.................... $474,560 4
verdafts secured and ulnse
cured........................... .. 5,624 0
eal estate....................... 17,503 5
onds..................,,........... 30,114 2
ash in vault and other
banks......................... 37,073 C
Total..............-........ $584,875 2
TATE OF 80UTH CAROLINA,1 g s
County of Fairfield. f
Before me personally comes Jame
.Davis, Cashier of The Winnsbor,
ank, and makes oath that the abov
:atement is correct to the best c
is knowledge and belief.
JAMES Q. DAVIs,
Sworn to before me this 3rd day o
W. G. JORDAN, Notary Public.
Attest correct :
W. C. BUATY,
Jis.' L. BRYSON.
Notice is hereby given that the un
ersig.ed will apply to the Judge
robate for Fairfied County, on tb
h day of May, A. D., 1906, for a fina
ischarg as Guardian of the estatec
Wain cuE. K. TURNER,
Final Discharg e,
Notice is hereby given that the ui
ersiged will a pply to the Judge
3robate for Fairfield County, on 11
th day of May, A. D. 1906, for a fin:
lischage as Administrator of the e
ate of Mrs. Sallie C. Hoffman, d
eased. B. P. HOFFMAN,
Notice is persby given that the u
deregned will apply to the Judge
Probate for Fairfield Couniy, ont
8th day of May, A. D. 1908, for a fir
discharge as Guardian of the estate
Marsh J Coleman and D. B. Colemna
E. WV. COLEMAN,
ei These two are the point;
i chases. We claim to sell i
e- claim to sell at LOWEST PI
,' n can prove them by showing
d, ther fact that we have the
at every line of Dry Goods in 1
tainly to your interest to tr,
Is stock of White Goods; mar
everything in Lawns, Mulls
to fine Silk Mulls at 50c. ti
goods the greatest variety <
patterns, and cheap; also t
A special bargain in 27-in
colors--Soft Jap Silks, 36-ir
r. value. Full line of China Si:
I ities at lowest prices.
e. We have some speci
of Calico at 4c., in ligh
and dark colors, at 5c. ti
of Fancy Cotton Fabricc
BIG BARGAINS in
Get it soon before it is a
to the $i.oo. Get it soo
We are making the greatc
, - -everything new and up-to
t you want any style of hat v
. Ribbons of all kinds at chea
5 inches wide, ,oc, a yard.
8 There are no bette.: shoes1
Ladies' we are showing the
Gibson Ties, Black and Whi
Children's Black and White
Cut and Oxfords in patent les
- line, the "Just Wright," Ba
Is the cheapest line of Well
style and workmanship, and
WE WANT YOUR TRADE
IYOU IN VARIETY, PRICE A!
you want to consider in your Spring pur
ie BEST QUALITY in all lines of goods. We
ICES. Let us prove these facts to you. We
you the goods. Add to these facts the fur
argest stock and the greatest variety of
he county, and you will see that it is cer
ade here. We ask special attention to our
y different patterns in Figured Goods; and
, Swiss and Organdie, from the 5c. quality
e yard. You will find to trim these white
If Laces and Embroideries, most beautiful
he wide Inserticns and Band Trimmings.
ch Serziene Silk, 39c. the yard--variety of
ch, 50c. up to 75c. the yard. This is great
Iks, Taffeta and Peau de Soie Silk--all qualm
al bargains in Domestics--a.fair quality
t and dark colors; Good Prints, light
S in Percales, Ginghams, and a variety
at lowest prices.
LJnbleached Homespun at 4c. a yard.
11 sold. Androscoggan Bleach, 14 yards
i if you want it.
st showing in this room we have ever made
-date and prices the lowest in the State, If,
re can please you at a price to please you.
p prices. Ask to see the Special Ribbon,
nade in the United States than we s~elyn
newcst and brettiest styles--Oxfords agi4
te Kid; also the White Canvas,, Misses'. aed
Oxfords, all styles and -prices. MnsHig
ither, vici and gun metal; Selz Royal Bhie
y State and Geo. Snow
n Brand Clothing;i
made Clothing to be found, Up-to-date in
the price wvill please you. Come and see.
AND WE ARE PREPARED TO SERVE
W QUALITY OF MERCHANDISE TO YOUR
Dry Goods Co.