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JNO. H. McM
We take pleasure in ann
general public that we will
AN EXPERT OPTICIA.N, rei
A. K. HAWTES CO., Ati
favorably known optical esi
He Ci Tost Eyi
The Docter is a gradnate
Colleges in the United Stat
all modern methods in refra
copy, Ophthalmology, etc.,
that we have arranged this<
vices of a man of ability an,
sonally, guarantee his work.
All examinations are free
charged for glasses.
and obtain the highest clas.
line by taking aduantage of
Bear in mind the dat
Couches and I
high grade ha,
prettier in the c
Some extra nic(
Extra good in q
THAT latest shipi
ers about gone.
brought to Wit
H. E. I<
Will be sold
A full stOl
at close pric<
of the very finest <
The very thing foi
for spring cleaning.
S. C. JO I
and get 3
here. A f
LASTER & CO.'S
mncing to our patrons and the
have with us for the follow ing
May 1, 2, 3,
resenting the celebrated firm of
Inta, Ga., the largest and most
ablishment in the South.
si9t ad Fit aos.
of one of the leading Ophthalmic
s, is thoroughly conversant with
tive science, including Retinos
nd has had long experience in
mngagernent and secured the ser
I reputation, and that we, per
and only regular prices will be
of professional service in this
es, April 30, May 1, 2, 3.
cial shipment of
0olding Lounges of
; just arrived. No
S and GO=CARTS
ones just in.
SES==The best for
ilth and comfort.
nent of fine Rock=
The finest lot ever
insboro now com=
ts extra good
ess just in.
k of Bridles
for all your
luality. A shipment
red. Try it.
making ice cream.
The finest thing out.
I N ST ON.
tour base ball goods
ull stock of Reach's
lits and Gloves.
Raker and Confectioner.
Wednesday, May 2, 1906.
-A delightful rain fell yestei
-Mr. J. P. Caldwell spei
yesterday in Columbia.
-Misses Louise and Mary 3
Ellison spent Tuesday in Colum
-Miss Frances Creight ha
returned from a short visit t
-Dr. J. D. McMeekin ha
been on a short visit to his hom
-Misses Mary Poole and Ma
mie Taylor are visiting relative
-Mrs. U. G. DesPortes ha
returned from a visit to he
daughter at Trenton.
-Mrs. J. W. Hood of Black
stock is spending a few dayi
with Mrs. W. S. Weir.
-Miss Caroline Rosborougl
of Atlanta, Ga., is on a visit tc
Miss Kathleen Caldwell.
-The Clemson annual ha
just been published. Mr. A. G
Elliaan was one of its editors.
-Help the public library b3
attending the entertainment at
the Thespian hall Friday even
-Miss Kathleen Caldwell ha
returned home, her school al
Shady Grove having closed Fri
-Dr. C. A. Green of Atlanta
is at Jno. H. MeMaster & Co.'s
to-day and to-morrow. See their
-Rev. C. E. McDonald and
Mayor T. H. Ketchin left yester.
day for Statesville, where the
First presbytery is in session.
-There should be a fine atten
dance at the entertainment at
the Theepian hall Friday evening
in behalf of the public library.
-At a meAting of Camp Raines
Thursday Miss Mamie Jordan
was elected sponsor for the re
union to be held in Columbia
-You will be sure to enjoy
the entertainment at the Thespi
an hall Friday evening and at the
same time you will be helping a
good cause, the public library.
-Local train 27, southbond,
now arrives at Winnsboro at 8:34
a. m. instead of 8:52 and 34,
northbound, at 8:11 p. m. instead
of 8:10. These changes went
into effect Sunday.
-Jessie, the little three-year
old. daughter of Mr. J. C. Stewart
of Longtown died Friday night
and its remains were brought to
Winnsboro Saturday afternoon
and interred in the Presbyterian
-The News and Herald ac
knowedgea with thanks an invi
tation to the commencement of
the Southern Dental College of
Atlanta, Ga., from which Dr.
A. G. Quattlebaum of Winnsboro
was graduated yesterday.
-The general assembly of the
Southern Presbyterian church
will be held at Greenville May
17. Mr. J. W. Bankhead of
Stover was elected by Bethel
presbytery at its session last
week a lav commissioner.
-Rev. J. L. Freeman has just
ended his seventh year as pastor
of the Winnusboro Baptist church
and his congregation took note
of this anniversary occasion in a
very happy way by presenting
him with a beautiful office desk.
-By the giving in of a plank
in the floor, Mrs. B. G. Tennant
received a fall Saturday. In
falling she knocked off the frying
pan and was right ba.dly burned
on the neck by the hot grease.
She also received several pain
-Communion services were
held at the, A. R. P. church Sab
bath morning. The pastor was
assisted in the preparatory
services by Rev. J. A. White of
Blackstock. Rev. Oliver John
son, who was to have assisted
him, was detained at home on
account of sickness.
At Bascomville on the evening
of April 26th, Mr. L. M. Ford
and Miss Attie Hicklin were
married by Rev. Joseph H. Wil.
son. - ~
At the residence of the bride's
uncle, Mr. Jas. Jones, near Black
stock, on the 18th inst., MisE
Sarah G. Erancis was married tc
Mr. Thos. LeRoy Loach o.
Columbia by Rev. Mr. Potter.
Card of Thanks.
We take this method of ex
pressing our deep feelings o
gratitude to our neighbors ani
the people of Mitford neighbor
hood for their kind aid and er
pressions of sympathy in th<
death of our beloved son, Simon
T. T. Lumpkin.
See that your druggist gives you ni
imitation when you ask for Kennedy
Laxative Honey and Tar, the origina
Laxative cough syrup. Sold by al
Annual rleeting Mt. Zion Society
The anual meeting of the Mt.
Zibn Society will be held in the
town hall Monday morning, May
17, at 10 o'clock. At this meeting
a trustee for school district 14
it will be elected to succeed J. C.
Caldwell, whose term expires,
to serve for a term of three years.
H. A. Gaillard, President.
T. H. Ketchin, Secetary
s WHammocks at T.M.Haynes'.
D Be Sure to Register.
s The supervisors of registration
are in their office the first Mon
day of each month, and as this is
- the year for election, unregistered
s citizens should remember thatf
they will not be permitted to
s vote unless they qualify by apply
r ing for and obtaining a registra
tion certificate. Remember that
. you must appear in person be
fore the board, so you had better
give this important matter your
attention in time.
Time to Buy Flour.
300 BARRLLS C an o p y,"4
"Crystal" and "Prince of Patents."
Best product of Cumberland,.
Liberty, Statesville and Mountain
City mills at $5.00 per barrel.
Guaranteed to be the best grade
of flour. By the barrel only.
H. B. Refo.
His Whiskey Recovered.
Wednesday there w a s a
hearing before Magistarte Cath
cart of the case of M. M. Mack
orell against State Constable
Boland for the recovery of twelve
quarts of whiskey, shipped to
the plaintiff and seized by the
defendant. The jury brought in
a verdict in favor of the plaintiff
for the return of the goods or
their equivalent in money.
;iiThe prettiest lot of rock
ers ever brought to Winnsboro
just received. It will do you
good to see them. Come right
along. H. E. Ketchin.
No May Picnic.
As the result of the great in
dustrial developments now going
on at Catawba Falls, the May
picnic which has been held there
the first Saturday in May for
more than a century, according
to the best information, will not
be held next Saturday. The
ant horities have requested that
the young people do not gather
there at this time, as there is a
great deal of blasting going on
and this would make it very dan
gerous. Within another twelvo
months the great improvements
that are now being made will be .,
comipleted and the young people
from the four adjoining counties
and from the four corners of the
earth can gather there and se e
what mighty developments ba- ge
been made. The transformatkon
will be wonderful.
Ice and Beef.
Having met the demani is for
ice during the winter and early
epring months for sicknes s and
other causes, I desire to er dl the
attention of all to the faot that I
am handling ice by the.e arload
and shall be pleased to has e your
patronage. My prices a re the
lowest aad all orders given prompt
and courteous attention..
Am still snpplying tI ie very
best beef and shall be pl eased to
have your or ders.
Send or phone here :fr your
ice and beef.
Jno. W.. Ru ssell.
The grocery stores yes terday
began to close their doore; at 6
o'clock and will continue to do
so until September 1 wit'h the
exception of Saturdays. If past,
precedent is to be followed., the
dry goods stores will not begin'
their early closing till June 1.
In this respect the dry gc-ods
stores here are from 1.5 to 30 d ays
behind those in the other tc-wn
of the State-. In many towns
the early closing of the dry goods
stores begins at the sam etime as
thatof the grocery stores and ianmo
instance have 'we seen where
the early closing is postponed to
begin so late as June 1. It is
to be hoped that the dry goods
stores will this season come to an
aggreement whereby they will
begin the early closing on May
15 instead of postponing it to
June 1. To get out early these
afternoons is a big consideration
to the clerks; .and, if all will
adhere to these hours, none can
lose by it.
Wedding at Blythewood.
One of the -prettiest marriages
ever w'itnessedl in this community
was solemnize~d Wednesday morn
ing at 12 o'clock, 'when Miss
Minnie Lock'lier and Mr. Geo. D.
Cooper were united in the holy
bonds of matrimony at the bride's
home. The ceremony was per
aformed by the Rev. Mr. Geo. P.
sWhite, pastor of the bride, in his
usual graceful anid imptressive
mannr-The State April 30.
These two are the points
chases. We claim to sell t
claim to sell at LOWEST F
can prove them by showino
ther fact that we have the
every line of Dry Goods in
tainly to your interest to t
stock of White Goods; ma
everything in Lawns, Mull
to fine Silk Mulls at 50c. t)
goods the greatest variety
patterns, and cheap; also
A special bargain in 27-i
colors--Soft Jap Silks, 36=i
value. Full line of China f
ities at lowest prices.
We have some spec
of Calico at 4c., in lig]
and dark colors, 9t 5c. 1
.of Fancy Cotton Fabr<
BIG BARGAINS in
'Get it soon before it is
to the $i.oo. Get it soi
We are making the grea
--everything new and upti
you want any style of hat
Ribbons of all kinds at che
5 inches wide, ioc, a yard.
There are no bette. shoes
'Ladies' we are showing the
Gibson Ties, Black and WI
Children's Black and Whit(
Cut and Oxfords in patent Ii
line, the "Just Wright," B
is the cheapest line of Well
style and workmanship, an
WE WANT YOUR TRAD
YOJJ IN VARIETY,.PRICE A
There will be an entertainment The
athe Thespian Hall Friday sent c
eening for the purpose of rais- circul
ng funds for the Winnsboro Pub- to gi
le Library. The exercises will from
bgin promptly at 8.30 o'clock. These
dmission will be 15, 25 and 35 and
cets. There is no better. pur- corre:
ose for which an entertainment often.
>uld be given than to help the withii
lbrary on, and with a good at- when
tedance on this occasion a nice to ha:
sm should be realized for the out it
prchase of new books, which bette2
re now very much needed. The befort
fllowing most interesting pro- we hic
ram will be carried out: will
Instrumental Solo-Miss Glad- demo:
Vocal Duet-Mrs. Jordan, Mr. The 2
Reading-Mr. Dunn. Isectio
Instrumental Duet-Miss Beaty, can d
[rs. Boyd. possil
Vocal Quartette-d isses Mc
aster, Ketchin, Elliott, Des- stomaa
Instrumental Solo - Miss C. nary
Reading-Mrs. Byrd. .M
Vocal Trio-Misses Beaty and
Instrume'al Duet-M i s s e s Se
Vocal Solo-Miss Gantt. had a
Instrumental Solo-Mrs. Jor- bai t
Reading-Mr. Baker. were
Vocal Solo-Mr. McCants. ment
Instrumental S o 10o - M r s. th ce
Sextette-Messrs. Beaty and' The
McCants, Misses Beaty, Good- thing
ig, Thompson, Gerig. fbeen
"Home, Sweet Home." thusi
gPRefrigerators, Ice Creamwhr
reezers, Screen Doors awli Win-asg
ows, all in stock now. Will be Te
leased to have you call before here
uying. T. M. Haynes- needE
I Killed by Lightning. mone
-- , witbe
Thomas J. Price was struck team
ad instantly killed yesterday Ihome
vening by lightning, also the drawi
ule he was driving. Mr. Price -
ad started home from his field'
o get out of the rain when struck
e was a member of Ridgeway Ex
odge of Knights of Pythiae and, little
mne of the progressive youngi tenti
farmers. He leaves a mother,( glass
rs. Bolton of Bennettsnille, and the p
is grandfther, Mr. Jas. Walker, l
f this place. He will be buried CIG)
o-morrow by the Knights of So:
Pthas-The State, April 28. pri
you want to consider in your
he BEST QUALITY in all lines o
'RICES. Let us prove these fact.
r you the goods. Add to these
largest stock and the greate
the county, and you will see th
rade here. We ask special atte
ny different patterns in Figurec
s, Swiss and Organdie, from t
ie yard. You will find to trim
of Laces and Embroideries, m
the wide Insertions and Band Tr
rich Serziene Silk, 39c. the yart
nch, 50c. up to 75c. the yard.
;ilks, Taffeta and Peau de Soie Si
r FOR APRIL
ial bargains in Domestics--a fall
it and dark colors; Good Prin
ES in Percales, Ginghams, and
:s at lowest prices.
Unbleached Homespun at 4c.
all sold. Androscoggan Bleach,
)n if you want it.
test showing in this room we ha'
)-date and prices the lowest in t
we can please you at a price to
ap prices. Ask to see the Spei
made in the United States than
newcst and brettiest styles=-'
tite Kid; also the White Canvas,
Oxfords, all styles and prices.
mather, vici and gun metal; Sel,
ay State and Geo. Snow
)m Brand Clothin
-made Clothing to be found, U
d the price will please you. Con
E AND WE ARE PREPARED
ND QUALITY OF MERCHANDIS
County corr-espondence. 11ow Al
News and Herald has just If they ar
ut~ to its correspondents a Iis a mighty
ar letter, calling upon them'them fixed u
e more frequent letters of the well Jk
theih respective sections. Hawkes &
letters are always enjoyed an experienc
ve would be -glad if our at our stor
~pondents would write more your eyes fre
There have been times will be fitted
i the past few months, need them a
it was well nigh impossible fit. Dr. Gri
adle these letters, but with to-day and
2proved service we are in this veryi
-position now than ever caring for yo
Sto get these letters in and dirte attenti<
pe that our correspondents tunity will
gve us the opportunity of soon.
strating how well we can Jno. H.
andle their corresponndence
iews and Herald wants to WFine
all the news from every News and]
n and its correspondents type, new pi
>much toward making this first class we
e you weakness of any kind- Ris
ih, back, or any organs of the
Don't dope yourself with ordi-.
medicine. ilollister's Rocky The frient
ain Tea is the supreme curative McMaster
3.5 cents, Tea or Tablets. Jno- read with
Master & Co., pleasing me:
Why Not Again? Tennille Tril
-- Dr. D.E.
eral years ago Winnsboro' tendency sir
ne of the very best base his home in
sams in this whole section.' something2
ames on the home diamond Inot been bt
he source of much enjoy- ITennille ere
to the home people and most prom
am was followed to other few months
a with the greatest interest, him the prop
past two or three years the Tennill
3 have not been quite so While time i
sble. The games have not has; not be
productive of much en- vice-presider
sm here at home or else- the Tennille
. But there is no reason seems to ha
~Vinnsboro could not have: but little eff<
>d team now as ever before. jconsequence
is some excellent materiail We would:
it this time and all that is find him filli
d is to get the boys to the gift of I
They may need a little body in Te.
y, but that should not be Master.
d from them. A good Dah
that is winning games at Dah
and abroad will be a good decrease in
ng card for the town. , the use of]
5and io Cent Store. from danger
ra bargains here in many tion and th
odds and ends. Special at- it. Strengtl
on called to my stock of follow their
ware. You will find this McMaster C
lace to buy. H. Langley. Master & (
S - -- them.
LRS A ND TOBACCO-I
ne good brands at close TOILET E
-s I A. Bunan. prices. I
f goods. We
5 to you. We
facts the fur
;t variety of
at it is cer
ntion to our
I Goods; and
te 5c. quality
This is great
re ever made
he State, If
we sell. In
r Royal Blue
;E TO YOUR
rot Your Eyes?
e not all right, now
good time to have
p. Dr. Chas. A.Green
DOWD firm of A. K.
Co. of Atlanta and
ed optician is now
e and will examine
e of charge. Glasses
.only to eyes that
nd those fitted will
een will be here only
tomorrow; so give
mportant matter of
ur eyes your ime
)f. Such an oppor
not be yours again
McMaster & Co.
job printing at the
derald office. New
esses, best material,
rk. Prices reason -
Is of Dr. David E.
n Winnsboro will
much interest this
ation of him in the
ice he camne to make
our midst has been
-emarkable. He had
Lt a short while in
he was one of our
inent physicia: s; a
more and we lind
rietor and owner of
e Drug Company.
passing the doctor
en idle, and from
it" to president of
e been made with
>rt and as a natural
to his past career.
not be surprised to
ng any position, in
he people, for every
nille loves Dr. Mc
the sr me ratio that
)r. King's New Life
es. They save you
and brirng quick and
ease from constipa
e ills growing out of
. and vigor always
use. Guaranteed by
o. and Jno. H. Mc
so,, druggists. Try
L A. Tnchnan.