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We take plea ure inia
enerai liblic that We wi
A- Exini:ir Or rwA, r<
A. K. IIAWTES CO., A
favorably known optical e
Hog will Test E,
The Docter is a graduiat
Colleges in !de United St:
all modern methods in ref;
copy, Ophthalmology, etc.
that we have arranged thi:
vices of a man of ability a
sonally, guarantee his wor
All examinations are fr<
charged for glasses.
and obtain the highest chi
line by taking aduantage<
Bear in mind the da
high grade ha
prettier in the
Some extra nic
Extra good in <
THAT latest ship
ers about gone,
brought to Wi
Will be sold
A full stc
at close pric
of the very finest
The very thing i
ASTER & CO.'S
1m01mnlitig to (>ur 1 atrons dand the,
I have wvith us for the follow ing
May 1, 2, 3,
1presentm11g the celebrated firm of
laita, Ga, the largest and most
tablishment in the South.
c of one of the leading Ophthalmie
tes, is thoroughly conversant with
,active science, including Retinos
and has had long experience in
engagement and secured the ser
ad reputation, and that we, per
e, and only regular prices will be
S of professional service in this
f this opportunity.
tes, April 30, May i, 2, 3
>ecial shipment of
Folding Lounges of'
s just arrived. No
ES and GO=CARTS
e ones just in.
SSES==The best for
alth and comfort.
ment of fine Rock=
The finest lot ever
nnsboro now com
~ts extra good
ness just in.
ck of Bridles
e for all your
quality. A shipment
ived. Try it.
or making ice cream.
.The finest thing out.
H N S TO N.
your base ball goods
full stock gf Reach's
i hand==Bats, Balls,
Mits and Gloves.
. A. WHITE,
Rnker and Confectiner.
Wednesday, April 25, 1906.
-Mr. T. K. Elliott is North
this week on a business trip.
-Mrs. G. B. McMaster has
been on a short visit to relatives
I-Miss Frances Creight has
been on a short visit to the
-Miss Ray Matthews leaves
for Columbia to-morrow to spend
a few days.
-Miss Jimmie Crawford left
Monday for Macon to attend a
-Mrs. JAs. M. Smith and little
son, James, are. spending a few
days in Columbia.
-Mr. Claude Ragsdale of Blairs
has been visiting the family of
Mr. G. W. Ragsdale.
-Miss Hattie Sitgreaves who
has been teaching school in York
County has returned home.
-Mrs. Rosa Gettys and son,
Master Frank, of Longtown have
been visiting relatives here.
-Mr. Jas. M. Smith attended
he meeting of the Knights of
Honor in Columbia last week.
-Mrs. J. M. Jennings and
bhildren have returned from a
hort visit to relatives in Colum
-The picnic season has open
d. There were three among
he young people Saturday and
%U were much enjoyed.
-Mr. J. B. Davis has been
lected sophomore editor of the
rthcomming annual of the Uni
ersity of South Carolina.
-Col. S. M. Rice of Union is
ere for a short stay with his
laughters, Mrs. Mary R. McMas
er aed Mrs. W. R. Elliott.
-Mr. K. R. and Miss Elizabeth
UcMaster left yesterday for
partanburg to take in the great
usic festival being held there
-Rev. S. C. Byrd and Mr.
. C. Caldwell went to Blackstock
esterday afternoon to attend
3ettel Presbytery, which is now
-Mr. W. F. Wallace of York
'ille and his little grandson,
Villiam F. Marshall, s p e n t
;everal days the past week with
he family of Mr. W. W. Dixon.
-Mrs. I. R. Harby left yester
ay for New Orleans where she
rill take in the reunion and visit
elatives. This is her first visit
o the home af her girlhood in
iore than twenty yeats.
--The Crosses of Honor which
re to be awarded the old vet
rans on Memorial Day have
oma. it is hoped that they will
11 be able to be here that day to
ake part in the interesting exer
-Rev. S. C. Byrd spent last
rek in attendancne upon the2
~outh Carolina and Enoree
resbyteries in the interest of
e movement for the associating
)f the schools and colleges of
e Presbyterian church in South
Just received several lots of
illinery. It will pay~ you to 1
ome and see the same b efore
uying. J1. 0. Boag.
A Shooting Scrape.1
S. A. Wrigh, colored, who runs
he bottling plant in town, was
eriously shot by his brother-in
w, Tom McGriff, at the latter's
ome Nionday night. He was
~arried to Chester hospital yes
Mr, Lumpkin Suicides. ]
Last Wednesday at the home'1
f his father at Asa Mr. Simon
umpkin comm'tted suicide byj
hooting himself throngh the
eart. He was about 25 years
)ld and for several years
iad been in wretched health.
his accounts for his ending his
There will be a special meeting
f Camp Raines Thursday at
oon in the town hall for the
urpose of electing a sponsor
for the reunion in Columbia and
the transaction of any other
W. C. Beaty,
Helping San Francisco.
A collection for the San Fran
cisco sufferers was taken at the
uni:n services Sunday evening.
Mayor Ketchin has al'so received
several subscriptions for the
same p ui r p o s e. Winnsboro's
colletun for the sufferers is now
more than S 50 e.nd this will be
added to. Mayor @chip will
be glad to receive any contri
butions for this worthy cause.
5 and io Cent Store.
Extra bargains here in many
little odds and ends. Special at
tention called; to my stock of
glass ware. You will find this
the plae to buyv. L. Langley.
Entertanment For the Library.
There will be an entertainment
Friday evening, May 4, for the
benefit of the public library. It
will conssst of music and reci
tations and refreshments will
Died in Clarendofi.
Mrs. Margaret Clowney, widow
of W. J. Clowney, who died about
a year ago died in Clarendon at
the home of her daughter Thurs
day and her remains were brought
to Strother and interred at Salem.
The deceased was about 65 years
old and leaves a son and two
daughters, all of whom live in
Cultus Club Officers.
The Cultus Club at its annual
meeting a few evenings ago at
the home of Miss Laura Gerig
elected the following officers for
another year: Miss Carrie Elliott,
president; Miss Lila Beaty,
vice-president; Miss Marie Mc
Cants, secretary and treasurer;)
Misses Mary Witherow and
Isabe! Douglass, program com
Several days ago Sheriff Hood
came upon several of the young
men of town who were having a
cock fight. Three of these were
brought up before Mayor Ketchin
and fined a total of $20.00. Such
syort is not only a very cruel
one, but is wholly against the
law. The names of those taking
part in the same as principals or
merely as lookers-on are not
given this time. The same con
sideration is not promised for a
similar occurrence at another
To Walker's for rililnery.
We are daily receiving ship
ments of the latest and most
stylish millinery and can supply
all your wants in this line. We
ask you to call and see what a
eomplete line of millinery and
millinery novelties we carry and
how well we can please you.
D. V. Walker & Company.
I take pleasure in announcing
;o my friends in the town and in
he country that I have opened a
ull line of millinery in the rooms
armerly occupied by Mrs. A. L.
icCarley, and that I shall be
leased to have them give me a
al before buying their spring
Mrs. J. Li. Richomond.
For a City Beautitul.
The Civic League is going ga
ight ahead with its work of im- ci'
,ioving the appearance of the ts
wn. Thyhave just had placed de
Lt central and convenient places th
n Congress street receptacles C<
or old papers and other trash or
hnd they hope these will be used a~c
ind that freely. They have also C<
ssued an urgent appeal to the ed
nerchants and proyerty-owners th
o lend their co-operation in this
novement by cleaning up back mi
)f their stores. This is an im- mi
)rovement, that would mean eli
mch for the appearance of ti<
hings, and one that every one
nterested ought to give the very a
)est attention. pc
CLUB lE ETING 5ATURDAY 0
and Rules Governing Same- A List se
of Officers-Time and Place of nleet- mi
Saturday, April 28, is the time pl
ror the meeting of the various.
rcinct clubs of the county for h:
he purpose of reorganizing and
ie election of delegates to the hc
~ounty convention, which will
neet in Winnsboro the first Si
.fonday in May, the 7th. On
~ccount of the importance of1 Si
:hese meetings every voter is
rged to be present. The consti- de
ution of the Demo'cratic party
nakes the foll- .ing provisions st
n regard to the Clubs and con
rentions to be held. ut
1. Each club shall elect a p::esi
lent, one or more vice-presidents, un
a recording and a corresponding
secretary and a treasu:ter, de
and shall have the folloiring
orking committees of not less 4
than three members each, 'yij:
acommittee on registration, an d
moutive committee, rad such
other committees as to each club d4
may seem expedient.
2. TIhe time fixed for meeting 8:
of the precinct clubs is the four
Saturday in April and for the
County Convention the first Mon
day in May. Each county shall
be entitled to as many delegates st
in the State Convention as Jo:
double the number of its mem- e
bers in the General Assembly. f
. The clubs in each county p
shall be held togethaer and oper- P
ate together under the control t'
of a County Executive Committee, d
which shall consist of one miem- C
ber from each club, to be elected C
by the respective clubs. hi
4. The State Convention shall I
meet the third Wednesday in p
5. County Democratic Conven- s
These two are the points you war
chases. We claim to sell the BEST
claim to sell at LOWEST PRICES.
can prove them by showing you the
ther fact that we have the largest .
every line of Dry Goods in the coun1
tainly to your interest to trade here.
stock of White Goods; many differe
everything in Lawns, Mulls, Swiss a
to fine Silk Mulls at 50c. the yard.
goods the greatest variety of Laces
patterns, and cheap; also the wide I
A special bargain in 27-inch Serzie
colors--Soft Jap Silks, 36-inch, 50c.
value. Full line of China Silks, Taff
ities at lowest prices,
We have some special bargaii
of Calico at 4c., in light and dl
and dark colors, at 5c. the yard,
BEAUTIFUL STYLES in Per
of Fancy Cotton Fabrics at IoweE
BIG BARGAINS in Unbleach
Get it soon before it is all sold.
to the $1.oo. Get it soon if you i
We are making the greatest showi
--everything new and up-to-date anc
you want any style of hat we can plc
Ribbons of all kinds at cheap prices.
5 inches wide,, ioc, a yard.
There are no betted shoes made in t
Ladies' we are showing the newcst a
Gibson Ties, Black and White Kid; a
Children's Black and White Oxfords,
Cut and Oxfords in patent leather, vic
line, the "Just Wright," Bay State a
Our Griffon Br
is the cheapest line of Well-made Clo
style and workmanship, and the price
WE WANT YOUR TRADE AND WX
YOU IN VARIETY, PRICE AND QUAL
ms shall be composed of dele
tes elected by the several local PA
is, one delegate for every
nty-five members. and one Is made esi
lgate for a majority fraction inlorillian
reof, with the right for each - **g
inty Convention to enlarge stains, Ol
diminish the representation PALME
crding to circumstances. The _________
inty Convention shall be call
together by the chairman of
executive committee aro i
. The State Executive Comn
tee shall be composed of one
uber from each county, to be
ted by the County Conren
) on the first Monday in May.
. Each county delegation to O
State Convention shall have HA
er to fill any vacancy there
Office in Farri
elow is given a list of the _________
is for which calls have been;
ut in and the time and place of
sting. The other clubs will W .MNGM
t at their regular meeting 'J*M TG ]
te Saturday afternoon. IP. S. COOPER. ...
lbion, New Hope school H. C. GRA HAM..
se, Saturday 3 p. m- CHAS. A. SMITH
ear Creek, Cooper's school jW. H. CROSS....
se, Saturday 3 p. in.,RCADI A
easterville, Faucette's store, -I~R .M
urday 3p. mn. J. C. MACE..
reenbrier, Arledge gin house, R. B. SCARBORC
otrday 3 P. mn. W. STACKHOUS:
loreb, Hawes' store, Satur
-y 3 p. mn. INSURE YOUl
akson Creek, Stevenson's we. insure your T<
~re, Saturday 4 p. mn. T
onticello, school house, Sat
ay 3p.im. ae
ossydale, school house, Sat- S e
ay 3 p. m-. The cost of this in
idgeway, Ridgeway, Satur- you have at risk.
3 p. mn. The premium to b~
hite Oak, hail, Saturday, oent. of the amount c
,. in. more risk, the premiu>
ateree, school house, Satur- The losses will not
y 3 p. m. proof of loss has been
oodward, Woodward, Satur- ,the loss is adjusted in
Winnsbro, town hall, Friday
Winsboro Savings Institution. IF
he Winnsboro Savings In-1 WA I
ution was organized at the
ce of A. B. Cathcart Monday IT
ming by the election of the lina O n
llowing ogicers: TI. H Ketchin,
sident; J. W. Cathcart, vice
sident; A. B Cathcart, secrc- Money to Lo
y, and the following board of to Jas. P. Cald
rectors: T. H. Kietchin, J. W.
thcart, A. B. Cathcart, E. C. urer The Ho
valtney, L. E. Owens, C. W. Association.
adden, J. H. McMaster, J. L.
>binson. There are 400 shares
yable in monthly installment LABS WARE Al
$1.00 each and all have been' Special bargamn
a-sabe for. Call an see. I
it to consider in your Spring pur
QUALITY in all lines of goods. We
Let us prove these facts to you. We
goods. Add to these facts the fur
;tock and the greatest variety of
ty, and you will see that it is cer
We ask special attention to our
nt patterns in Figured Goods; and
nd Organdie, from the 5c. quality
You will find to trim these white
and Embroideries, most beautiful
nsertions and Band Trimmings.
ne Silk, 39c. the yard--variety of
up to 75c. the yard. This is great
sta and Peau de Soie Silk-=all qual=
is in Domestics--a fair quality
irk colors; Good Prints, light
:ales, Ginghams, and a variety
ed Homespun at 4c. a yard.
Androscoggan Bleach, 14 yards
ng in this room we have ever made
I prices the lowest in the State, If
ase you at a price to please you.
Ask to see the Special Ribbon,
he United States than we sell. In
nd brettiest styles--Oxfords and
[so the White Canvas, Misses' and
all styles and prices. Men's High
i and gun metal; Selz Royal Blue
nd Geo. Snow
thing to be found,' Up-to-date in
will please you. Come and see.
E ARE PREPARED TO SERVE
ITY OF MERCHANDISE TO YOUR
>ecally for Southern elimate. Unrivalled
cy, Honest in Measure, Permanent inl
:Covering Quality. The Best and Most
I paints to use. Pure Creosote, Shin Ie
and Varnish Stains. Send for Color Car s.
TTO PAINT MFU. CO., columbia, S. .
allall Insurance Co
tal Stock $25,000.00.
~E OFFICE: MARION, S. C.
riers and Mercharnts Baqk Building.
3RY.....................Mgijon, S. C.
................... .......Muliins, S.C.
.... ... ... ... ... ... ......M arion, S: C.
.... ..................Timmonsville, & C.
NING.......... ...........Sumnier, S3. .
...........................Marion. S. C.
)UGH.....................Conway, S. 0.
E....... ........... ........Marion, S. C.
R CROPS AGAINST DESTRUCTION,
>bacco for..... .........................$100 Per Acre
-ck for. ........................................100 "
:raw berries for....................... 100 "
>tton for............ .............................:... 30 "
nall grain for.............:........................ 8- "
surance is small in comparison with the investment that
e charged on all crops, except tobacco, is two (2) per
f insurance. On tobacco, where there is considerably
n is only three (3) per cent. d
be pro rated but paid in full within sixty daiys, after
filed at the home office, or may be paid soorfer; ini cake
a shorter time.
-ocal Agents Wanted by
EN.NINGS, Gerr. Act,
)R FAIRFIELD COUNTY.
NNSBORO, S. C.
an. Apply TOILET SOAP--At bargain
well, Treas- prices. R. A. Buchanan..
C. S. PIXLEY, M.D.
CD TIN WA RE wINNsBORO, s. c.
in both lines. olflees: 4 Law Range.
L A. BncImnm. Hours: 10 to S.