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JNO. H. M
A visit t
to come ar
That my stock
ceries is kept fl
can supply all
IMeats in great
S. C. J
Will be s(
at close p1
:MASTER & CO.
o the New Furniture
prove a real treat to
s and all others, A
vitation extended all
id see that this is so.
H. E. KETCHIN.
R IN MIND
of Fancy and Heavy Gro
ull and fresh and that I
your grocery wants.
offee is a leader.
kles the best of all.
Fruits, Vegetables a n d
) HN ST ON.
sets extra good
arness just in.
tock of Bridles
tere for all your
all == =
et your base ball good
A full stock of Rleach'
on hand==Bats, Ballb
s, Mits and Gloves.
. A. W HITE,
Raetre anr1 Confectioner.
Wednesday, May 9, 1906.
-Train 29 now stops at way
stations as heretofore.
-Postmaster Rion is spending
a while at Stearns, N. C.
-Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Quattle
baum have returned from Atlanta.
-Mr. J. M. Lucus- of Dupont,
Ga., is on a visit to Mr. W. A.
-Mrs. Jno. S. Cathcart is on
a visit to relatives in Spartanburg
-Miss Lizzie Harlee of Flor
ence is visiting at Mrs. Lou Mc
-Mrs. Addie Williford is spen
ding several days in Columbia
-Rev. J. R. McAlpine and
family of Pineville, N. C. are
with relatives iu town.
-Mr. Louis Bye has accepted
a position with Pletcher & Mc-'
Cormick of Columbia.
-Messrs C. W. McCants and
Jesse Doty attended the ball in
Rock Hill Thursday evening.
-Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Melli
champ are spending a while with
his daughter, Mrs. Jno. H. Me
-Mrs. D. D. Gaillard has re
turned to her home in Washing
ton after a short visit to relatives
-The pension money is now
in the hands of Clerk of Court
Lyles and parties interested are
requested to call.
Messrs A. G. Fewell of Black
stock and J. E. Fulp of Fort Mill
spent Saturday in town with Mr.
J. H. Thornwell, Jr.
-Mrs. W. 0. Brice has re
turned from Summerville, where
she went to see Dr. Brice, who
is now greatly improved.
-At the election hold Monday
J. Frank Fooshe was reelected
trustee of school district 14 to
serve for a term of three years.
-Miss Lil Dwight left Monday
for Columbia, from which point
she will leave to-morrow for an
extended visit to relatives in
-There will be two vacancies
in Winthrop College from Fair
field. Prospective applicants are
requested to read advertisement
-Dr. Jas. H. Carlisle, the
venershlo ex-president of Wof
ford, e-lebrated his 81st birthday
Friday May 4. The day was
observed as a holiday on the Wof
-Winn Lodge was well repre
sented yesterday at the district
convention Knights of Pythias
at Fort Mill. The Mt. Zion nine
also went up and crossed bats
with the school team of that
-Mr. J. H. Thornwell, Jr. will
go to Ebenezer Thursday to de
liver the Memorial address. Mr.
Tb orn well has also been selected
as the alumni orator for the
Presbyterian College of South
Carolina at its coming commence
ment at Clinton in June.
-At the annual meeting of
,the stockholders of the Young
Men's Saving ar d Loan Associa.
tion held a few evenings ago all
the eld officers were re-elected.
T. H. Ketchin and Dr. S. Lind
say were elected directors in
place of J. P. Caldwell and D. A.
Marriage at Blythewood.
Mir. C. D. Wilson and Miss
Kate McLane were .married at
the home of Mr. E. B. Price in
Blythewood Sunday evening,
A pril 29 by Rev. G. P. White.
A Successful Entertainment.p
*The entertainment at the Thes
pain Ball Friday evening for the l
benefit of the Winnsboro Public
Library proved asuccess in every~
way. The interesting program,
as printed last week, was carried
out to the delight of all. A nice
sum, $37.00 net, was realized.
This will at once be invested in
books for the library. This ad
dition will greatly stimulate the
interest in the library and should
result in the addition of still
Found Dead in Bed.
Dr. Brum Reeves, son of Mr.
- an d Mrs. R. C. Reeves of Long
town, wad found dead in his bed
at his father's horne yesterday
morning. He was 24 years old
and about a year ago completed
his course in pharmacy at the
Atlanta College of Pharmacy. He
, had held aposition in Union a~
Sshort while after gradua~tion, but
had to give up the same on ac
8 coopt of his health. He had
been a sutierer .from heart trou
a, ble for some timge and this was
the cause of his death
Haevou pains in the back, inflamn
mto~of any kind, rheumiation,
faintin spells, indigestion or constip a
tion, H ollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
miakes you well, keeps you well. 35
We offer this week six ne
drop head automatic Paragt
Standard sewing machines
factory prices for the spot cas1
Ladies, this is your chance i
get a good machine cheap.
D. V. Walker & Company.
A Sure Shoe Store.
Attention is called to the ad
vertisement of the Callahan-Dol
son. Shoe Company. This i
Columbia's new shoe store, nex
door to J. L. Mimnaugh's, and i
is one of the most attractive store;
in the city. They will be please<
to have you call, when in Colum
bia, and they want you to reat
their weekly invitations in Th<
News and Herald.
3 Annual Meeting Fit. Zion Society.
The annual meeting of the Mt.
Zion Society was held in the
town hall Monday morning. ThE
following officers were re-elected
for the ensuing year: H. A. Gail
lard, president; A. S. Douglass
senior warden; J. Q. Davis, juniol
warden; T. H. Ketchin, secretary
and treasurer. J. C. Caldwell
was elected as the Society's re
presentative on the board o.
trustees of school district no. 14
to succeed himself for a term o
Ice and Beef.
Having met the demands for
ice during the winter and early
spring months for sickness and
other causes, I desire to call the
attention of all to the fact that ]
am handling ice by the earload
and shall be pleased to have youi
patronage. My prices are the
lowest aad all orders given prompi
and courteous attention.
Am still supplying the verj
best beef and shall be pleased tc
have your orders.
Send or phone here for youm
ice and beef.
Jno. W. Russell.
Dry Goods Stores Close Early.
Acting upon the suggestiot
made in these columns last week
the following dry goods storE
will begin their early closing al
6 o'clock with the exception oj
Saturday next Monday May 14
Caldwell Dry Goods Company
Ketchin Mercantile Company
D. V. Walker & Company, and
F. M. Clark. This puts the
early closing two weeks earliei
than it has been heretofore, a
feature that will be greatly ap
preciated by the clerks and that
will work to the advantage of the
miarchants tr. if all the ladies
will act in accordance with these
hours and-that they should
The grocery stores have al
ready begun their early closing
Dr. Quattlebaum in Winnsboro.
-Dr. A. G. Quattlebaum, who
graduated at the Southern Denta)
College in Atlanta, last week has
just returnetd home and will at
once enter upon the practice of
his profession here in his home
town. His office will be the
same as that occupied by his
father, the late Dr. B. J Quattle
baum, who practiced dentistry
in Winnsboro for nearly a quar
ter of a century with marked
success. Dr. Quattlebaum re
mained in Atlanta several days
after his graduation in order to
stand the examination before the
Georgia board of examiners, sc
that he might have a license in
that state also. Dr. Quattlebaum's
many friends are greatly pleased
to know that he is to remain here
in Winnsboro for the practice o:
his profession and from the fine
rocord that he has made at college
they expect him to meet with
W. S. flcDonald Resigns.
Mr. W. S. McDonald, who has
been a valuable clerk in the dry
goods department of S. M. Jones
& Co's store for about 3 years,
has resigned to accept a more
lucrative position with the New
York Ljife Insurance Co., the
resignation to go into effect the
first of June. His territory will
be Chester and Fairfield counties
with headquarters in Chester.
Mr. McDonald is an exemplary
young man and we bespeak for
him abundant success in his new
The closing exercises of the
Cool Branch school will be held
Friday May 11, at 8 o'clock p. r,
with an up-to-date and appro
priate entertainment by the
pupils. A small addmittance
fee will be charged at the door
for the benefit of the schoo]
library. Tihis school is undei
the ef~cient management of the.l
highly accomplished i a1'pains
taking teacher, Miss Bertie Dur
ham of this county.
The public is invited. A treal
is in store for those who will be
so fortunate as to attend.
Shelton, S. C. May 5,190. K.
Get ready for hol
have just what yot
our White Goods, 1
to,5oc. the yard; fi
s Linon and many st
t Fine colored Law
t a yard; a specially
We can trim all 1
Laces and Embroid
but the prices are c
In light Silks we
39c.; fine soft Jap z
values in silk.
Our April busines
we have the styles
and then the prices
goods by express ar
.Up-to=date in sty
'in Oxfords, Gibson1I
ptices as low as the
Oxfords at soc. a pg
er, 'Gun Metal Calf;
:Some Prints at 4c.
14 yards Androscog,
Sixteen dozen fin
and $1.25, special p
There is a reason
it will pay you.
COUNTY CONVENTION rIET MON
Reorganized and Elected Delegates
to the State Convention in Columbia
The county convention met
in the - court house Monday at 12
o'clock and was called to order
by Chairman Brice. A temporary,
-organization was effected by the
'election of J. E. McDonald as
.chairman. The conventi' a was
Teorganized by the election of T.
8. Bcice as president, Dr. J. J.
*Robertson, vice-president and J.
ZR. Curlee secretary.
On motion Holly Grove's or
ganization (a new club in the'
-Cedar Creek section) was recog
nized by the convention, and the
-delegates therefrom'given a place
in the convention.
T. S. Brice was reelected county
chairman. T. H. Ketchin was re
elected member of the state ex
T. S. Brice was elected by
acclamation as chairman of the
delgation to the state convention.
The other delegates elected were:
A. Lee Scruggs, W. W. Dixon,
D. L. Stevenson, J. B. Burley,
J. R. Curlee, Dr. M. Langford,
Jno. G. Mobley. The four defeat-I
edII'candidates were elected d
alternates: A. H. Brice, Dr. J. J1. I
Robertson, S. R. Rutland, R. D.
The following resolution, in
troduced by W. W. Dixon, was e
freely discussed and then passed: o
Whereas, the registration cer
tificates and poll tax receipt-i .
were conceived and designed with e
other devices in our election ti
laws to insure white supremacyg
in the elections in our state and !
'were not intended to be vexatious|
on the voter when the contest
was entirely between the white
race, therefore be it.
Resolved, that this convention
put itself on record as opposed
to any restrictions of the voters
in the primary election of the
Democratic party other than now
in vogue and expressed in the F
c'onstitution of the Democratic
"When I was a drugaist at
Lironia, Mo.," writes T. J. Dwyer,
now of Graysville, Mo., "three of
my customers were permauently
cured of consumption by Dr.:
King's New Discovery, and are I
well and strong to-day. One
was trying to sell his property
and move to Arizona, but after .
using New Discovery a short Sii
time be found it unnecessary to T1
do so. I regard .Dr. King's New \\
Discovery as the most wonderful k
medicine in existence." Surest eoc
Cough anti Cold cnre and Throat mn
and Lung healer. Guaranteed by I
McMaster Co. and Jno. H. Mc
Master & Co., druggists. 50c and
$1.. Trial bottle free. b
It pours the oil of life into your sys
Stemn. It warms you up anid starts the t*
life blood circulating. That's whv~at
Hollister's Rocky MIountain does. .,5
cents, Tea or Tablet. Jno. HI. 31c3as- P
weather by getting light weight:
i want, and especially invite you
,he finest and sherest Organdies,
ne Wash Organdie, Persian Lav
yles of lace effect.
ns, Mulls, Organdie. Lawns as ci
pretty line at ioc. and 12 i=2c. a y
:hese for you with the prettiest po
eries ever shown here. We sell I
are showing in black and white S
Lnd China at 5oc. and 75c. These
;s the best we ever had. The reas<
the quality and variety to please
are low. We are constantly ge1
id can please you in the newest st]
le and quality the best; just what
'ies, Vici, Patent Leather and Whi1
y have ever been. A job lot Ladii
Lir. Gents' low shoes in Vici, Pate
all the new shapes; prices the lowe
the yard; 36-inch Unbleach 4c.
Fn Bleach $i.oo.
e Negligee Shirts just received, w
rice 5oc. and 75c. Get some of til
for spending your money with us
11 Dry Uood4
Every square foot ol
ing is guaranteed goc
fire=proof. Strong an
READY= ROOF I
Cheaper and better 1
gles. Try it.
K. R. McM
WRefrigerators, Ice Cream CAN DI
~reezers, Screen Docrs and Win-_____
ows, all in stock now. Will be HOUSE 01
leased to have you call before Ir am a c
nying. T. M. Haynes. the House<
--- to the actio:
A torpid, inactive liver can produce fmary.
sore bodily ills than almost anythiug I hby
se. It is good to clean the system out daefrebyhe
>casionally. Stir the liver up. and daubt ote
at into shape generally. The bestsujctob
~sults are derived from the use of De- primary.
itt's Little Early Risers. Reliable CO U)
feetive, pleasant pills with a reputa-I
rm. Never gripe. Sold by all drug- I hereby- n
sts. date for re
OST1-On Saturday, May 5 a to the actio:
five dollar gold piece. Person mary.
finding such will be rewarded;
for same at the News and I am a ca
Herald office. Ithe office
:OUJSE TO RENT--Four room Ceoty, sub
cottage on 2loultrie street inDeocai
Winsboo. ppl toF.M.
Gadsden, Rockton, S. C. PRC
OR SALE-One good milch I hereby ai
cow fresh in milk. Apply' to A. of Probate of
S. Douglass. to the actio:
['RAYED OR STOLEN-Two mnarv.
yearlings; one a grade Jersey'
heifer with points of horns COUN'
sawed off; the other small I hereby at
brindle steer. Reward f o r (latee forre
information as to whereabouts. ject to the a
R. C. Stevenaon, Winnsboro, primary.
[OARS A N D TOBACCO- Wintn
Some good brands at close The examni
prices. R. A. Buchanan. vacant schon
lege and fc
For a painful burn thera is nothing students wi]
e DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Court House
iere are a host of imitations of De- Ia. nm. Appli
'itt's Witch Hazel Salva on the mar- than fifteen:
t-see that you get the genuine. Ask Iarships are v:
r DeWitt's. Good, too, for sunburn, will be awar<
ts, bruises, and especially recomi- highest, avel
ended for piles. The name E. C. provided th<
eWitt & Co.. Chicago, is on every governing th
x. Sold by all d ruggists. ' eholarship s)
- ----- Johnson bel
W~That last year's suit can *Iga s ho~si >
3 made to look as bright an d fre tuition.
esh as new, if you will bring it open Septet
Isaiah Bens m, the merchant fuirther info
ilor at the Thespian ball. If Hil [. c.r
u are not a member of the ' -
cessing club, join now, so that TOILET
u may have your suit kept trim jprices.
to look at
teap as 5c.
)n for it is
d in any
indidate for re-election to
>f Representatives, subject
a of the Democratic pri
A. HOMER BRICE.
innounce myself a candi
E~ouse of Representatives, -
e action of the Democratie
W. WV. DIXON.
nnonnce myself a candi
Alection to the office of
Fairfield County, subject
a of the Democratic pri
A. LEE SCRUGGS.
adidate for re-election to
of Auditor of Fairfield
lect to the action of the
E. F. PAGAN.
mnounce myself a candi
~ction to the office of Judge
Fairfield County, subject
1 of the Democratic pri
D. A. BROOM..
mnounce myself a candi
election to the office of
f Fairfield County, sub
etion of the Democratic
J. B. BURLEY.
ollege Scqolarship and
aation for the .award of
Lrship in Winthrop Col
r the admission of new
1 be held at the County
on Friday, July 6th, at 9
eants moust not be less
rears ofage. When schol
icated after July 6, they
led to those making the
age at this examination
ay meet the conditions
e award. Applicauts for
71ould write to President
'ore the examination for
)s are worth $100 and
The next season will
a ber 19th, 1906. F o r
-mationi and cataloguP,
s. D. B. Johnson, Rock
R~ A. TBnchanan.