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JNO. H. Mc.
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that can be s<
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a horse r mule
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andlIcan o bt
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harness, get r
buggy o the
That m stock
ceries is/kept fu
can sup ly all y
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Meats i great
S. C.\J C
MASTER & CO.,
es and Cots
ges and Go=Carts
/ Shades and
st selection of stock
~en in any country
'ues for hauling.
ut you in any kind of
stock. Get my prices
isiness with you.
a buggy or a set of
ny prices. The best
market is the Rock
1f Fancy and Heavy Gro-n
11 and fresh arnd that I
our grocery wants.
>ffee is a leader.
les the best of all.
ruits, Vegetables a ni d
~HN ST ON.
t your base ball goo~ds
i full stock of Reach's
a hand==Bats, Balls,
, Mits and Gloves.
i. A. W HITE,
Rnker and Confectioner.
Wednesday, May 23, 1906.
-Dr. T. L. Davis of Rock Hill
spent Sunday in town.
--Mr. Ernest Ellison of Char
lotte spent Sunday in town.
--Miss Lou Leavell is on a
visit to relatives in Sumter.
-Miss Annie Davis left Mon
day for a visit to Washington.
-Mrs. M. A. Elliott is spend
ing a fe-v days in Columbia with
-1r. and Mrs. H. E. Gooding
spent the past week here with his
-Mr. S. D. Dunn has returned
from a short business trip to
-Miss Anna McCants spent
several days the past week in
-Miss Miriam Jordan has re
turned home, her school at Bethel
having closed Friday.
-Mrs. U. G. DesPortes visited
her (laughter, Mrs. H. C. Miller,
at Trenton the past week.
-Five whites and two colored
stood the teacher's examination
at the court house Friday.
- Rev. and Mrs. S. C. Byrd are
in attendance upon the Chicora
commencement in Greenville.
-Mrs. George Boggs of
Washingtcn, Ky., is on a visit to
the family of Mr. R. E. Ellison.
--Mrs. M. 1R. McMaster and
two sons, Hugh and Creighton,
spent a day in Chester the past
-Mr. D. C. Stevenson was in
town the past week for the first
time in several years. His old
frie'nds were glad to see him.
--Miss Theo Rabb accompa
nied Miss Lizzie Klinck to
Charleston and will spend some
time in the "City by the Sea."
--The magistrates can now be
supplied with the acts of the
gene-al assembly by calling at
the office of the clerk of the court.
--Miss Ray Matthews has re
turned home from Columbia
where she has been on an exten
sive visit to the family of her
-Misses Marjorie and Julie
Heyward and Messrs Dozier Lee
and J. Q. Davis, Jr., of Columbia
spe:at Sunday at the home of Mr.
J. Q. Davis.
-The Grand Lodge of Knights
of Pythias meets in Sumter to
day. The delegates from~ Wino
Lodge are Lj. T. Baker, J. K. Mo
Dnland J. F. Davis.
street Sunday morning didn't in
dicate any Civic League or any
other organization interested in
keeping the streets clean.
--Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Ellison
Qf Jackson, Miss., are with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Elli
son. Mrs. Ellison's sister, little
Miss Georgie Bollin, is als'o with
-Rev. Mr. Warren of Berke
ley, Cal., preached at the Presby
terian church Sunday morning
and again at the union services
thap svening. He is in attend
ance upon 0; general assembly
-With one printer out on ac
count of an accident and another
confined to his home on account
of sickness this issue of The
Ne ws and Herald has been gotten
on.t by the foreman and ye editor
ander very gra dijcilties.
--Mrs. Prisoilla Ketobin, Missea
Susie Ketchin, Elizabeth Cure
ton, Lilla Beaty and Helen Mc
Donald are in Charlotte helping
the people of that beautiful little
city celebrate their myth, the
Mecklenburg Independence. J. E.
M'ionaldl, Esq., accompanied
--Dr. E. 0. Tayloyi began his
series of lectures Monday even
ing in the Baptist church. His
lectures deal with the scientific
phase of the temperance question
and are very entertaining and
instructive. His last lecture here
will be delivered this evening.
The public s crilyinvited.
Clemson College is now ready
to receive applications from resi
dents of this county for :farmers'
institutes to be held during the
coming summer. The applica
ions must state the place at
whicb thae meeting is (desired and
ba signed by fiffeen farmers of
the localitv.' It is necessgry that
all applications be handed in by
June 8th, as the schedul~e for the
meetings must be piepared at
Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years
1 or miore than twenty years Mr'
. 2.Iassey, of 3322 Clinton St.
Munnlihe 1I10%; was tortured by
el-atica. 'The pami E4 394eiing
w hich lhe endured during thl time tp
beyond comonprehenson. Nothing gave
hui any permanent relief until he used
Chamiberlaini's PainI Balm. One
applicion of that limiment relieved
the~ paiin and made sleep) and rest
aible and less than one bottle haM
etleetedl a permanent cure. If troubled
with -eiatica or rheumatism why not
t rva25cn bottle of Pain Balm and
e' for yourself bow quickly it relieves
iae p.. FoYr sale by Obear D~rug Co.
and all medjeptie .dldyg
Old Soldiers fleet.
Saturday's State contained the
following mention of the meeting
of two old veterans at the re
'union in Columbia last week.
An affecting meeting was that
between G. A. White, Sr., of
Winnsboro and Mr. Levi Brown
of Newberry. For 17 months
they lay in the same prison and
they had not met sinco that
time till yesterday. Neither has
the appearance of having suf
fered much from the hardships
of prison life, for Mr. .Brown is
71 years old and does not look a
day over 50.
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 I
am handling ice by the earload
and shall be pleased to have your
patronage. My prices are the
lowest aad all orders given prompt
and courteous attention.
Am still supplying the very
best beef and shall be pleased to
have your oiders.
Send or phone here for your
ice and beef.
Jno. W. Russell.
New Books for the Library.
The new books for the public
library have come and have been
placed therein. The list consists
wholly of up-to-date publications
and makes quite a nice addition
to the library. Every one who is
not a member should join so as
to get full advantage of the ex
cellent opportunities offered. The
membership fee is only $1.00.
The new books just added are:
A Singular Life.
Essays in Application.
A Diplomatic Adventure.
The Chateau of Montplaiser.
The Conquest of Canaan.
The Dawn of a To-morrow.
A Belle of the Fifties.
Play3 Pleasant and Unpleasant.
Erskine will have an unusually
large graduating class this com
mencement, 30. Only eight of
these will speak. Two of them
are from Fairfield, Mr. R. L.
Patrick of White Oak and Miss
Katherine Fleaniken of Winus
boro, the latter being the only
co-ed. But then the "co-eds"
wont loose out. That's certain.
The College of Charleston is
the last of the colleges of the
state to get in the South Carolina
Oratorica! Association. Mr. C.
S. Brice of Winnsboro is given
much credit for this forward
move. Mr. Brice is also one of
the four debaters at the public
debate to be held May 26.
Mr. Thos. M. ~pyles, who grad
uates in law at the U~niversity of
South Carolina, will be one of
the attorney's in the coming
moot court. Mr. J. B. Davis has
been chosen one of the marshals
at the commencement of the
mito of 'apy kind. Nheumatlon,
fainting spells, indigestion or consti pa
tion, Hollister's 'Rocky Mountain Tea
makes you well, keeps you well. 35
cents- Jno. H. MIcMaster & Co.
Mt. Zion Easily Wins.
Mt, gion pig.yed two games of
ball last week and came out vic
torious in each. Friday the
Y. M. C. A. team came up from
Columbia and demonstrated that
they will have to go and come
again before they can do the boys
at this end of the line as the
score was 20 to 2. Saturday
afterpoon a team from Rock Hill,
made gp of pupils of the Catawba
Military Institute and the Rock
Hill graded school, came down
and met with a similar fate, the
score being 13 to 4.
In the first game DesPortes
pitched, in the second Center;
Douglass was behind the bat in
both games. Both pitchers did
nogd work; and Douglass is doing
ll right behind the bat. Ketchin
at first base and McCants at
short stop are also showing up
well. The boys are playing well
together and with a little more
practice they will be quite a
strong team. The attendanace at
the games is not yet what it
should be. Good home support
goes a long way towards making
the e suOccesswl.
For Over Sixt~y Years.
MRs. WI NSLow'S SooTHI NO Syitiji
has been used for over 00 years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, sotens the gums,.
allays all pain; cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for Diarrhwea. It
will relieve the poor little sufferer im
isediately. Sold by d uggists in every
prt of the world. TVweny~fve cenas
-a bottle. lie sure and ask for "Mrs
.Winslow's Soothbing Syrup," and take
110 other kind.
GP'Fine job printingat the
News and Herald ofice. New
type, new presses, best material,
first class work. Prices reason -
Get ready for h
have just what y
our White Goods
to 5oc. the yard;
Linon and many
Fine colored La
a yard; a speciall:
We can trim al
Laces and Embro
but the prices arc
In light Silks 'w
39C.; fine soft Jap
values in silk.
Our April busin
we have the styl
and then the pric<
goods by express -
Up-to=date in s1
in Oxfords, Gibsor
prices as low as ti
Oxfords at .5oc. a
er, Gun Metal Cal
Some Prints at 4(
14 yards Androsco
Sixteen dozen fi
and $1.25, special
There is a reaso
it will pay you.
Death of Mrs. connor.
Mrs. Miriam Lumpkin Connor,
widow of the late Rev. J. S. Con
nor, died very suddenly at her
home on Congress street Monday
afternoon. While she had been
up and about all the while, her
health for several months had
not been so good. Monday morn
ing she seemed as well as usual,
but at noon when her grand
daughter, Miss Miriam Jordan,
returned from a morning's call
she found her sitting unconscious
in her chair and she could not be
aroused. She lived until four
o'clock in the afternoon.
Mrs. Connor is survived by the
following children: Mrs. J. N.
Center and Mrs., T. M. Jordan,
Winnsboro; Mrs. D. A. Pressley,
Cogebia; C. IK. Connor, Gads
den, Ala.; J. 5. Connor, Atlanta,
Ga., A. B. Connor, Sycamore,
The following brothers also
survive her: T. T. Lumnpkin, Asa,
S. 0., RI. P. Lumpkin, Orange
Heights, Fla.; Judge S. H. Lump
kin and Dr. J. JT. nmpkin, Me
rliapi J. 4R. Lun~pkiin, Okto
homna; L. 0. Lumpkin, Wichita
Falls, Kan.; R. T. Lumpkin, San
Her remains were interred in
the Methodist cemetery yester
day afternoon at 6 o'clock, tlie
services beip conducted by her
pastor, Rev. 4enry Stokes.
Mrs. Connor has long been a
devoted member of the Methodist
church. She was a most estima
ble woman. It was our good
privilege to enjoy many kindnesses
at her hands while living in the
Wqaking for. the Kermis.
The first week in June, G-8,
has been tiecided upon as the
time for the holding of the Ker
mis (this will be its name and
not bazaar) for the benefit of the
Commercial Club. The commit
tee cf ladies, uder whose direc
tions the Kiermis will be given,
had a preliminary meeting Mon
day afternoon and mapped out
the general plans. To-morrow
(Thursday) afternoon at 6 o'clock
this committee will hold another
meeting and all ladies who are
willing'to assist in ma'rng the
Kermis a success are rege~sted
to be present so as to lend a
helping hand. A committee of
ladies will make a canvass of the
ladies for contributions of various
articles for the Kermis and a
committee of men will see the
business men for contributions.
Both committees should be well
received, as the making of the
Kermis a success will be no smal
itm in makig tha Commercial
Club a success, as the having of
suitable quarters is very essential.
The ladies are very much inter
ested in this movement and they
are going to do their full part in
making it a success-and that's
what it will be with every one
doing his and her part. Let there
be a full attendace of ladies at
he town hs11 Thersaav afternoon.
ot weather by getting light wt
ou want, and especially invite
the finest and sherest Organ
fine Wash Organdie, Persiar
styles of lace effect.
wns, Mulls, Organdie. Lawns
y pretty line at roc. and 12 1=2C
I these for you with the pretti
ideries ever shown here. We
e are showing in black and wi
and China at soc. and 75c. 1
ess the best we ever had. The
.s, the quality and variety to p]
as are low. We are constanti
md can please you in the newe
yle and qualitv the best; justv
i Ties, Vici, Patent Leather and
iey have ever been. A job lot
pair. Gents' low shoes in Vici,
f; all the new shapes; prices the
:. the yard; 36-inch Unbleach
gan Bleach $r.oo.
ne Negligee Shirts just receivei
price 5oc. and 75c. Get some
n for spending your money wi
:ll Dry Goo
I have in stock a
I BUGGlES, which I1
tee in price and<
of all grades for
I please you in price
I You can buy a mi
time in the year.
Greenbrier school Closing.
It was our good pleasure to be
at the Greenbrier school closing T
Friday evening. It wvas a most the I
delightful occasion. The class, a
'which finished the course this y
year, consisted of five girls: (date
IMisses Blair, Rutland, Camak, subje
Curlee and McFetridge. The prin
class prophecy was read by Miss.
Blair and the valedictoiy was de- je
livered by Miss McFetridge. prim
Both did their parts well. Cr
tificates of completion of the
course of study were delivered. r
rThe address of the evening was dlate
r~ad3 by Supt. L. T. Baker of Trea
Winnsboro. It was a plainmr
practical talk upon the subject:
of education, delivered in a force
ful manner. All were delighted I a
with it. Ithe
The echo, of the exercises of OI
the previous irening were to the ci
effect that the pupils all did wel! -
in their various parts,
The school the past year has i Li
had for its principal Mr. F. A. date
Magruder of Virg~n ia, and it is tIr
a matrof general regret to thlemr
whole community that be will __
not return another year, as he
has already accepted a very
desirable position in a college in b
Kentucky. Mr. Magruder is a
'young man of more than ordinary jeet1
ability and the school under his prim:
management has been a decided
success. His assistants have
been Misscs Phillips and Curlee,
who have filled their places with
satisfaction to patrons and pupils.
Greenbrier has every reason
to be proud of her school. it
would be a great thing for the BAI
county, if there were more
country schools of the same high
A to rpi4i niactive liver ennW produce
mlore boi ly ills than almiost any~th'ing
else. I t is god to clean ihe ytluou
occsioally. Stir t he liver up. ami Fiv
results ar~e deriverf Tom the use of Ih.
Witt% I? e l.:arly 1ist r-. Rltdiale.
etyeuw, plIeasalt pills with areua
di.Never gripe. Sold by all uiruig
,ight goods. We
you to look at
dies, price ioc.
i Lawns, India
as cheap as 5c.
:. a yard.
est patterns of
sell fine laces,
ite Suziene at
hese are great
reason for it is
lease every one,
y getting new
vhat you want
4c. the yard;
:, worth $i.oo
th us, because
good line of
sale. I can
ule here any
:SE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
in a candidate for re-election to
-louse of Representatives, subject
e action of the Democratic pri
rA. HOMER B3RICE.
ereby announce myself a candi
for the House of Representatives,
et to the action of the Democratic
arv. WV. WV. DIXON.
mn a candidate for re-election to
House of Reprerentatives, sub-7
to the action of the Demiocratic
a.1y. JAS. G. McCANTS.
tereby annonnee myself a candi
for ~re-election to ~the office of
surer of Fairfield County, subject
ic action of the Democratic pri
.A. LEE SCRUGGS.
in a candidate for re-election to,
offiee of Auditor of Fairfield~
ty, subject to the action of the
E. F. PAGAN.
ereby announce myself a candi
ror re-election to the office of.Judge
ibate of Fairfield County, subject
e action of the Democratie pri
. D. A. BROOM.
e~reby announce myself a candi
for re-election to the otlice of
rvisor of Fairtield County, sub
:o the action of the Democratic
*iry. J. B. BURLEY.
(GAINS in Cigars and To
b)acco. See if it isn't so.
WARE at speciel prices. 5
and 10-cent articles as got d
as sold higher elsewhere.
0-cent box of Toilet Soap
that is a real leader. Trv it.
and Ten-Gent articles. Many
bargains in these. A call
will convince von.