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* We try to
m ing and Reac
us your order
* to please you,
Jno. H. Mcj
* Phone 39.
There is nothii
Come and see
ferings in thes
on these comfo
Only :25c. comi
- add to the hap
fellows. Get t!
line of Rockei
Suites. They a
and we want 3
I have the bes
that can be see
>n fact-can sui
a horse or mule.
Examine my s
and I can do bus
If you want a
harness, get m
buggy'on the r
Hill. _ _ _
I have in st
tee in price
of all grades
please you ir
You can bw'
time in the v
keep what the R
We carry Spald= 0
h's goGods. Give a
and we will try
"laster & Co.,
ig better than a
a Lawn Swing.
the attractive of=
igle and double,
the year round.
Ldes. Extra good.
es and Go=Carts
piness of the little
ntion called to our
-s and Bed=room
re most attractive
ou to see them.
t selection of stock~
n in any country
Eules for hauling.
t you in any kind of
tock. Get my prices
1iness with you.
buggy or a set ol
y prices. The bes1
narket is the Roch
ck a good line of
iich I fully guaran
and quality. Call
before you buy.
for sale. I can
i price and terms.
a mule here any
I -Meet me at the armory.
} -The Kirmess this evening.
I --Eden Mu.e at tlhe' armory
Lilliputian wedding at the
armory this evening.
Mr. Jesse Doty paid a flying I
visit to Charlestou tle past week. -v
-Court will convene next Mon- t
day with Judge Hydriek presid- t
i ng. 1:
--Miss Isabel Douglass at- I
tended the Davidson commence- d
-The country store at the
armory is going to be a bargain
-Miss Rosa Cooper of Mayes- 0
ville is visiting Miss Isabelle
-Mr. J. A. Stewart continues
seriously ill at his home on Con
gress street. t
-It's "Kirmess" and not "Ker
mis." It's mighty good to stick f
to the dictionary.
-Miss Louise McMaster is at
home from the Carnegie library
school of AtlantA.
-Mrs. D. V. Walker attended
the music recital of her daughter,
Miss Alice, at - the College for
-Miss Laura Douglass has re
turned home from Washington, S
where she has been attending ansi
-Messrs J. W. Hanahan, Hen
I ry Phillips and A. C. Timms left
Saturday night for Bull's Bay for
a week's fishing..
-Mrs. W. R.. Dotv and her
daughter, Miss Susie leave this fe
week for a stay of six weeks with fr
relatives in Kentucky. R
-Miss Sadie Curry will re- t
turn today to her home at Jenkins- f
ville after spending a week with 4
n I cc
Mrs. Mary I. McMaster,
-Miss Joe Ketchin is taking
in the Winthrop commencement,
her sister, Miss Hattie, being a
member of the graduating class. cc
-Mr. Lerov Habenicht, who
has been clerking in a drug store 1i2
in Columbus, Ga., came home re
last week on account of sickness. In
-June is the month for the a
sowing of peas as well as for June es
brides. Be sure to sow peas so i5
as to improve your laud and have
lyour own hay. a
-A 'oeautiful gold ring for the O
prettiest girl in Winnsboro will ~
be given away Friday evening to
the one gettiog the most votes.
Vote ealiy and often.d
I-Rev. Donald W. lichardson t
was in town Saturday. His work ai
for the rest of the sum~mer will t
be within the bonds of the b.
I-It is not too late for planting tI
sorghum and other forage crops li
so as to increase the homne sup- b:
plies and have more of the cotton
money for profit and pleasure.
-Bishop Capers will be at St d
John's church Thursday morning
for the purpose of holding a con
firmation service, at which several a:
younrg persons will be confirmed.g
-Th Ciildren's Day exercises
at the Meiihodist church Sun~day
afternoon proved a very delight
ful occasion. The progr'am was E
a mor~t interesting one and the
children e~il did their parts well.
--The express roota at the de- Z
pot -was broken into Sunday e.
night and three pairs cf shoes ii
taken therefrom. The stolen ti
~oods were found in the posses- g
sion of Frank Johnson and he is
~now in jail.
-The house occupied by Sarah ti
Wight, on College street, was s
destroy ed by fire Wednesday
n;t. The house was owned by t
J.' O. Maioreli and was insured
bad $100 insurance on her farnm
-Mr. J. M. Madia, who hasd
conducted the bucket-shop in
Winnsboro the past season, left
. last week for Cinicinnati. His
license expires with this month
and. as the result of the recent
ordialua gthe town council .
agaiinst buckeJ-Amcp;; .i could
not be renewei
-Miss Bessie MeMaster wl1
go to Saluda Saturdlay wheresh
and her fiend, Miss Matrgaret
Dp~rpjei. 0f Caa wiul conduct f:
a bouraW ho:.Z2 fr the summerQ
?zouths they? h~a Ieased the g
Whaley cottage. Tkildield folks
'n planning their summer outings
will d'o well to remember them, S
- seh~ i hyg to Salida
-Mr and Mrs. W. HI. Flernni
kon :re taking in the commence
ments at Due West this week.
Thirdughers, Misses Kathe- (
rine and Margaret, are members
of tihe graduaiting class of Ers- -
kine. Their daughter, Mrs. I. D.
'Best, of 2iillersburg, Ky., wh I
hais come to spend a few weeks
at' her~ old home, is also withl
by tceopy of the mortgage given K
hvteSouthern railway to the
Standar d Trust Company of Newi
York, for .20,000'.000, ha been
tiled ini the office of the clerk of
cmi of ommon neas for Fair
field county. The mortgage wi.
be filed in every county in tb
State through which the roa,
pases. The documaeut is ver;
oluwinous, contains 49,500 word
mnd covers equipments owned b:
:he Southern railway.
-While at Ridgewav for :
Iort while Thursday morning wE
iad the pleasure of enjoyingsomt
ine peaches from the orchard of
Jr. J. N. Lemaster, who has been
upplying his friends with some
erv fine ones. These were of
he~Snede variety. We were told
hat Hon. Jno. D. Harrison had
een having some very fine
eaches for several days. As
elicious as a ripe peach is at this
arly season, it is possible for all
) have them. Remember the
ariety and plan to have some
arly fruit by planting out some
f this variety the coming fall.
Ball at Wocdward.
There will be a game of ball at
Toodward Friday afternoon be
veen Blackstock and Woodward.
he ladies will serve refreshments
r the benefit of the school.
Ep'Mimnaugh is doing the
uit jar business of Columbia.
uarts at 60 cents per dozen, half
illons at 75 cents per dozen.
1liss Leavell tlarried.
[he friends of Miss Lou Leavell,
ho was visiting relatives in
amter county, were very much
irprised to learn Thursday morn
g that she had been married
e day before to Mr. Muldrow of
For San Francisco Sufferers.
There will be an ice cream
stival Friday evening, June 8,
om 4 to 10 o'clock at the home of
ev. J. Earle Freeman, given by
e ladies of Little River church
r the benefit of the San Fran
sco sufferers. The public is
Gooding's Orphan Band.
Gooding's Orphan Band gave a
incert at the Thespian Hall
onday evening and greatly de
hted their audience with their
nditions. On account of the
clement weather there Were only
few present to enjoy this inter
ting entertainment. This band
composcd of eighteen boys
om the GeorgiaIndustrial Home
Macon, Ga., and is in charge
Prof. H. Gooding. This in
itution was founded only seven
ar3' ago and now has 150 boys
id girls in it. It is non-denomi
tional and non-sectional. It is
spendent wholly upon its'volun
ry contributions for support
id such sums as it raises through
0e entertainments given by the
Ld. In the afternoon a team
om the band crossed bats with
te Mt. Zion team. Our boys
erally played ball to beat the
mnd, and they did it.
~When you go to Columbia,
>'t fail to see Mimnaugh's
agnificont crockery department
ithe cellar, one of the largest
2d bezt in the whole south. The
rowth of this business is the
k of Columbia.
~MT. ZION CLOSES FRIDAY.
ercises by Pupils.-Address by
The faal ezaminations at Mt.
ion Institute will come to a
ose Thursday of this week. On
riday the session ends and cer
fcates of graduation will be
canted to a class of seven boys.
The closing exercises will be
ry simple, the program being
iat usually followed by high
hiools of the~ Mt. Zion class.
The annual address will be
>ade by Dr. E. M. Poteat of
urman University. Dr. Poteat
a prominent leader in educa
on and. is greatly in demand on
acasions of this kind. A cor.
ial invitation is extended to the
ublic to attend the exercises
tich begin at 11 o'clock Friday
orning in the Mt. Zion school
The following are graduates of
0OG: James Douglass, Spencer1
cCants, Benjamin Heyward,
~w Ketchin. Jameg Krgn
WrMimnaugh is doing the
uit jar business of Columbia.
~uarts at G0 cents per dozen, half
allns at '75 cents per dezen.
WMoney to lend on real ese
ate. G. W. Ragsdale,
There was only one public sale
londay. That was the tract of
70 acres near Smallwood in re
le Union Mortgage, Banking and
rust Company vs. Joseph Mc
abe et al., which was bought in
>y J. Q. Davis for $5,000.
We offer this week six newi
rop head automatic ParagoI
tadard- sewing machines at
actory prices for the spot cash
ladies, this is your chance t<
et a good machine cheap.
D. V. Walker & Company.
Get ready for h,
have just what yi
our White Goods,
to 5oc. the yard;
Linon and many :
Fine colored La
a yard; a special:
We can trim all
"Laces and Embro'
but the prices are
In light Silks w
39c.; fine soft Jap
values in silk.
Our April busine
we have the style
and *ien the price
goods by express a
Up=to=date in st
in Oxfords, Gibson
prices as low as th
Oxfords at .5oc. a r
er, Gun Metal Calf
Some Prints at 4c,
14 yards And roscos
Sixteen dozen fii
and $1.25, special I
There is a reasor
it will pay you.
Most of us count up every
thing else but our blessings.
Right there our adding machine
atops. It isn't right, though.
Scittica Cured After Twenty Years
For more than twenty years Mr'
J. 3. Massey, of 3322 Clinton St.
Mirneapolis, Minn., was tortured by
sciazica. The pain and suffering.
whic~h he endured during this time is
beyond comiprehension. Nothing gave
him any permanent relief until he used
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. One
application of that limiment relieved
the pain and made sleep and rest
possible, and less than one bottle has
effected a permanent cure. If troubled
with sciatica or rheumatism why not
try -i W-cent bottle of Pain Balm and
see :for yourself how quickly it relieves
the pain. For sale by Obear Drug Co.
and all medicine dealers.
LOST--One white and black
Setter Dog. Reward if re
tuirned to F. H. Beall, Ridge
way, S. C.
OIL STOVES - Blue-flame Oil
Stoves and Lamp Stoves, the
very things for summer use.
Try one. T. M. Haynes.
STR.AYED-On last Saturday
night, from Miss Mv.argare t
Aiken's farm, one small Bay
Mare Mule, about 4 years old.
ljeward for return to mce or Pat
Peak, at Miss Aikeu's.
WANTED-For two or three
mronths a very gentle work horse
that will drive well to bugy or
wagon. Will pay small rental
and horse will be well taken
care of. Apply to Caldwell
Dry Goods Co.
your harness repaired at:
Pinckney's shop opposite the
power house. All work gtiavan=
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.1
I e~m a candidate for re-election to
the House of Representatives, subject
to the action of the Democratic pri
mary. A. HOMER BRICE.
I hereby announce myself a candi,
date for the House of Representatives,
subect to the ac~ign of~ the D~emocratic
pygigy.W. W. RIXO.
4 r~ aeandidate for re-election to
the House of Reprerentatives, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
prima.1y. JAS. G. McCANTS.
I :1ereby annonnee myself a ad
date: fpr re-electki~n to the olige of
T.re-suret; of g'airfield ('ounty, suoject
fo the a'tion cdf the Democratie pri
mary. A. LEE SCRUGGS.
I am a candidate for re-election to
the ottice of Auditor of Fairfield
Cotunty. subject to the actioni of the
Democratic primary. E. F. PAGAN.
I hereby announce myself a candi
dat e for re-election to the oflice of Judge
of Probate of Fairfield County, subject
t'o ::he action of the Democratic >ri
ma::-y. D. A. BROO(.M.
C OUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I hereby announce myself a cand i
date for re-election to the ottlee c1
Supervisor of Fairfield County, sub*
ject to the action of the Denmocratic
pri nary. J. B. BURLEY.
t weather by getting light weigi
)u want, and especially invite yc
the finest and sherest Organdie
fine Wash Organdie, Persian L
styles of lace effect.
wns, Mulls, Organdie. Lawns as
r pretty line at ioc. and 12 l=2c. a
these for you with the prettiest
deries ever shown here. We sel
. are showing in black and white
and China at Soc. and 75c. The
,ss the best we ever had. The re
s, the quality and variety to pleas
s are low. We are constantly g
nd can please you in the newest s
yle and -iual ity the best; just wha
Ties, Vici, Patent Leather and W1
ey have ever been. A job lot Lat
air. Gents' low shoes in Vici, Pa
; all the new shapes; prices the lovi
the yard; 36-inch Unbleach 4c.
an Bleach $1.oo.
ie Negligee Shirts just received, a
)rice soc. and 75c. Get some of 1
i for spending your money with i
1i Dry Good
/ rials inc
- - We hav
I been ab)
S~Post Office Block, Colui
For a Good
THE PURPLE PRINCE, a:
SABOROSO, as popular as <
OPIA, a gree t favorite.
COUNTRT JENTLEMAN, I
For Cigars and Tobacco, call I
SS. C. J O HN
TQ (Jet Your Table We
A most complete line of Canned Good
Heinz Pickles, Catsups and Sauces.
Pinnacie Coffee, a fine mixture of Java
cans. Only One' Dollar. A splendid Co.
Swift's Premium Hams and Breakfne
For Cakes and Crackers this is the pla
Phone 25 for your Groceries.
Letters of Administration B
State of South Carolina, 1C
County of Fairfield. ?
By D, A. Broom, Esq,, Probate Judge: BAR GA
Whereas, J. S. Center hath made bac
suit to me to grant him letters of
administration of the estate and effects TNW
of Mrs. Miriam L. Connor, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and ad- n
mionish all and singular the kindred as e
and creditors of thesaid Mirs. Aliriami
L. C'onnor, dleceased, that they be and IA 10-cg
appear before me, in the Court of Pro- tha
bate, to be held at kairticid Court.
House, South Carolina, on the 14th; iea
day of June next, after publica- Fv n
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the i'ore bar
noon, to show cause, if any they have, will
why the said adnministration should
not be granted.
Given undler miy hand, this 4th day .xR
of ,June., A. D). 1906S.-. ...
D. A. BROOM, ]
a-t:ltJudge of Probate. be ma
-- fresh as
Whyi take a dozen things to cure to Isaka
ta cough': Kennedy's Laxatietio
Honey and Tar aillayvs the congestio~u, you ar
stops that tickling, drives the cold out
thr'ough your bowels. Sold by all pressin
adruggist you ma
it goods. We
u to look at
s, price ioc.
cheap as 5c.
I fine laces,
se are great
ison for it is
.e every one,
t you want
stores is ours for newest
eliest Oxfords for Ladies
ntlemen. We have the
!st styles, and the mate
lude the choicest leathers.
e always been noted for
L11 value for money, but
~ve we have better shoe
sexes-thsan we have ever
e to offer before.
N/.E 2?. ]IJ.
ibia, S. C.
iard to beat.
5 T ON.
s, Fruits, Meats and
Heinz to best of all.
and Mocha, in 5-lb.
INS in Cigars and To
~o. See if it isn't so.
RE at speciel prices. 5
10-cent articles as good
old higher elsewhere.
nt box of Toilet Soap
Sis a real leader. Try it.
1 Ten-Cent articles. Many.
aisin these. A call
~hat last year's suit can
e to look as bright and
new, if you will bring it
hi Bens m, the merchant
~t the Thespian hall. If
anot a member. of the
club, join now, so that
y have your suit kept trim