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for Sumr
There is noth,
Hammock or
Come and see
ferings in the
Lounges, si
give comfort
Especially al
on these comf
Window Sh
Only 25c. com
Baby Carrih
dd to the ha
fellows. Get 1
Especial att,
line of Rocke
Suites. They 2
and we want
I have the be
that can be se
town.
Saddle I
Harness
Cotton .1
Heavy P
In fact can su
a horse or mule.
Examine my:
and I can do bu
D. A.C
If you want,
harness, get n
buggy on the
Hill. _ _ _
BUGGIES
I have in s
BUGGIES, v
tee in price
andgseelther
of all grade
please you
You can bi
time in the
QUARTERS
-FOR
alI Goods
> keep what the .
We carry Spald=
ch's goods. Give a
r and we will try
Master & Co.,
.ggists.
ner Gomfort
ing better than a
a Lawn Swing.
the attractive of=
se.
igle and double,
the year round.
:tractive bargains
ort=givers.
ades. Extra good.
pete~.
iges and Go=Carts
>piness of the little
them here.
ntion called to our
rs and Bed=room
ire most attractive
you to see them.
st selection of stock
en in any country
iorses
Horses
Villes
~ues for hauling.
it you in any kind of
stock. Get my prices
siness with you.
a buggy or a set of
iy prices. The best
market is the Rocl<
!BUGGIES!
tock a good line of
rhich I fully guaran
and quality. Call
r before you buy.
s for sale. I can
in price and terms.
ay a mule here any
year.
1 WV. DOTY.
LOCAL INTELLIGElCm
Wednesday, J 1U0 ].3, 1906.
--Mrs. M. E. Sitgreaves ha
returned from Rock Hill.
-Mrs. A. L. McCarley is visil
ing relatives in Lancaster.
-.r. W. C. Boyd leaves Thurs
day morning for Glenn Springs
-Mrs. Martin of Laurens i
visiting her sister, Mrs. Jno. W
Catcheart.
-Miss Dessie Davis of Kil
nans is visiting her grandmother
Mrs. A. D. Hanahan.
-Mrs. Ardrey of Pineville
N. C., is visiting the family o
Rev. C. E. McDonald.
-Misses May and Flo Marti:
and Sara Hall are spending a fev
davs at Catawba Falls.
-Miss Florrie Ruff of Ridge
way has beenl spending a few day.
with Miss Alice Walker.
-Miss Elizabth Macaulay o
Chester is visiting her cousin
Miss Elizabeth McMaster.
-Mr C. E. Saunders of Balti
m-)re visited his. niece, Mis!
Wilhelmina Yerby last week.
--Rev. J. L. Freeman, who ha:
been conducting a meeting a
Cowpens, has returned home.
-Mrs. Addie Willeford, who
has been spending a few weeks ii
Columbia, has returned home.
-Miss Ellen Ellison, who hai
been teaching at Varnville, is a
home 'or the summer holidays.
-Miss Eleanor DesPortes o
Ridgeway spent last week wit)
her aunt and took in the Kirmess
--Misses Hattie Ketchin, Gra:
Neil, Ella. Beaty and Eliza Lyle,
are home from Winthrop College
-Mrs. M. W. Doty and child
ren left Tuesday morning foi
their summer home at Stearns
N. C.
Misses Katharine' and Mar
garet Flenniken and Ammie Sit
greaves are howe from Erskin(
College.
-Mrs. R. S. Bollinger o
Columbia is spending this wee
with her mother, Mrs. W. Quat
liebaum.
-Misses Efie Rogers o
Marion and AgLes Law of Spartan
bnrg .re the guests of the Misse:
Efliott.
-Mis. J. L.Kennerly is spend
ing some time at the home o
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. N
McMaster.
-Miss Lucile Curlee of Green
brier spent the past wee k wit:
Mrs. J. M. Je.niings and took i
the Kirmess.
I-Messrs. Kitt McMaster an<
Ernest Gladden attended thi
commencement ball in Roc]
Hill Wednesday night.
I-There will be -a meeting c
the U. D. C. Chapter Frida;
afternoon at 6 o'clock at th<
residence of Mrs. F. Gerig.
-Mrs. Edward Anderson c
Florida and Mrs. Douglass Ru:
of Columbia have been on a shor
visit to Mrs. Geo. B. McMaster
-Mrs. Hattie McMaster, afte
a pleasant s ay of several week
with fi'ends and relatives re
tm ed to her home in Columbia
.Jonday.
M -iss Mary Burton of New
berry stopped over with he
friend, Mrs. J. L. Kennerly, o:
her way from the Win thro)
commencemeit.
IThe base ball game betwee:
Rock Hill and Winnsboro on thi
college green WV.dnesday after
nioen resulted in favor of th<
visitors by a score of 14 to 10.
-Mr. WV. L. Derrick leaves to
day for Johnston to attend thi
Sawyc~e-Smith marriage. Froi
Johnston Le goes to Glen
Sprirugs for a stay of two weeks
-Mr. H. WV. DesPortes c
Ridg'eway came up Thursda;
evenng and. enjoyed a few hour
ithe armory with his old friend
taking in the attractions of th
-Among the graduates of th
Baltimore Medical College th
post week was Chas. L. Jenning
who in a class of more than;
huidred conmes out fouxth. D:
Jennings is a son of State Treas
urer Jennings.
. Miss Mamie G. Jordan en
tertained most delightfully th
Riound Dozen Club Tuesda.
afternoon. After avery interestin
program a .eicious salad cours~
was served. At this meeting
Mrs. A. G. Quattlebaum wa
wecomed most heartily as a ne'
member.
Card of Thanks.
WXe desire to express an apprt
eiation of the sympathy man:
restd' and help rendered b
Lriend duiring the last illness<
Mr. . A. Stewart.
Mrs. J. A. Stewaiand Childre:
Machines Cheap.
We offer this week six ne
drop head automatic Paragt
'adad sewing machines;
faictory piie(s for the spot cas
d i's, this is your chance
get " ood maclinec cheap.
D V. Walker & Company.
Diath of Miss Elizabeth McMeckin.
Miss Elizabeth McMeekin died
at her hohie at Jenkinsville Satur
day mornin, June 9, and was
s buried Sunday morning at the
ufamily burying ground. She was
!confined to her bed only a short
while, but had not been able to
leave her home for about two
years on account of an injury to
her hip, caused by a fall. She
was 82 years of age. She is sur
vived by four brothers: Joel,
John, Joe and James McMeekin.
- She was a devout member.of Shi
loh Methodist church.
Court Proceedings.
The court of general sessions
convened on Monday morning, his
1 Honor Judge R. W. Memminger
presiding.
Frank Johnson received two
- years on a plea of guilty of house
a breaking and larceny.
Quay Walker received eight
f months for housebreaking.
J. A. McHenry given fine of $25
or two months for gambling, and
W. F. Runyan a like sentence for
same offense; Tom Johnson $25
or two months for same; John
Johnson $50 or eight months for
same crime; Charles Marti2 and
t Tom Hill $10 or two months; H.
A. Paris, J. F. Leitner, George
Brown and A. L. Howard all $10
1 or two months. All these plead
guilty and paid the fines.
5 Ike Mack was acquitted of mur
t der. He was represented by
Messrs Buchanan & Hanahan.
f At the conclusion of this case
I the jurors were all discharged for
the term.
LrViPMimnaugh is doing the
fruit jar business of Columbia.
Quarts at 60 cents per dozen, half
- gallons at 75 cents per dozen.
Winnsboro at Erskine.
- The following item from the
News and Courier's account of
the commencement at Erskine
College will be read with interesc
f by the many friends of Miss Kath
arine Flenniken:
"It was a lively race for first
honor in Erskine's senior class
this year. The result was a four
cornered affair, a tie between
- Messrs Paul McCain, Roddy
3 Devlin, Edgar Long and Miss
Katharine Flenniken. Each of
these members made 95 to 100
per cent in every study, except
psychology, and B was their
average in this."
- Miss Flenniken is the daughter
2 of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Flenniken,
2 and was born and raised in
Winnsboro,where she is universa'.
3 ly loved for her many beauties of
a person and character. She is one
of the products of Mt. Zion, and
her stand there was always high,
and it is no surprise to her friends
here that she stood at the top
Sduring her four years' service at
Erskine, and that she tied with
three of Erskine's brightest men
for first honor at her gradua.tion.
Mt. Zion and Winnsboro are
Sproud of her record.
r Mt. Zion Victorious.
. Friday afternoon the first teams
Sfrom Fort Mill and Ridgeway
went down in defeat to the Mt.
Zion boys. The first game,
~ which was with Fort MXill, was
rvery close and exciting until the
2ninth inning, which the home
team batted out five runs, making
the final score 10 to 4.
2 The star play of the game was
Sa double by Baker, Ellio'. and
~ Brown. The batteries were
a Keizer and Fergu~son for Fort
Mill and DesPortes and Douglass
- for Mt. Zion.
sECOND GAME
2 The game with Ridgeway was a
Swalkover for the school boys,
the score being '7 to 1. The
I features of the game was a beauti
fu running catch by DesPortes,
s a one-hand catch by McCants of a
s seemingly safe hit, and the
e twirling by Quattlebaum, who
had the visitors at his mercy,
e letting them down with only two
hits. The batteries were Smith
and Ferguson for Ridgeway;
and Quattlebaum and Elliott for
Mt. Zion.
GAME CALLED2
The game between the Fair
field Cotton Mills team and the
Grandy Mill team, was called off
on Saturday on account of rain.
g Letter to J. 0. Boag.
e Winnsboro, S. C.
SDear Sir: Carrie Hardware Co,
~.Atlantic City, N J, had been deal
ing in paint for more than twenty
years; and last year found-out
Devoe. This is how they did it.
Bought two cans, took-off the
- labels, sent to chemist for analy
t- sS.
y The chemist found it pure; and
f they took our agency.
That~ is the way to find-out a
i paint; but not every dealer can
do it. Thbere ought to be public
provision for making good things
known without cost. It's a pity
w Amerilcan citizens haven't got it.
m The people want it, even more
at than the trade.
h. Yours truly
to 91 F W DEvoE & Co
Jno. H. McMaster & Co. sell
our paint.
Get ready for h
have just what y
our White Goods
to soc. the yard;
Linon and many
Fine colored La
a yard; a speciall
We can trim al
Laces and Embro
but the prices are
In light Silks w
.39c.; fine soft Jap
values in silk.
AV
Our April busin
we have the styl(
and then the pric
goods by express
SHO
Up-to-date in s
in Oxfords, Gibsor
prices as low as t1
Oxfords at 5oc. a
er, Gun Metal Cal
the best.
Some Prints at 44
14 yards Androsco
Sixteen dozen fi
and $1.25, special
There is a reaso
it will pay you.
Caldw<
Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years
of Torture.
For more than twenty years Mr'
J. 3. Massey, of 3321 Clinton St.
Minneapolis. Minn., was tortured by
scia.ca. The pain and suffering
whih he endured during this time i
beyond comprehension. 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
effetuted a permanent cure. If troubled
with sciatica or rheumatism why not
try a: 25-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.
OIL STOVES - Blue-flame Oil
Stoves and Lamp Stoves, the
very things for summer use.
Try one. T. M. Haynes.
HA RNESS REPAIRING-Have
your harness repaired al
Pinckney's shop opposite the
power house. All work guaran
teed.
CAN DIDATES' CARDS.
HOUISE OF REPRESENTATIVES
I am a candidate for re-election tc
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,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primary. WV. WV. DIXON.
I amrf a candidate for re-election tc
the House of Reprerentatives, sub
ject to the action of the Damocratic
prima.ry. JAS. G. McCANTS.
COUNTY TREASURER.
I hereby annonnee myself a candi
date for re-election to the office o:
Treasurer of Fairfield County, subject
to tiie action of the Democratic pri
mary. A. LEE SCRUGGS.
AUDITOR,
I smr a candidate for re-election to
the office of Auditor of Fairfield
County, subject to the action of the
Demnocratie primary. E .PGN
PROBATE JUDGE.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the office of Judge
of P-:obate of Fairfield County, subject
to t:;e action of the Democratic pri.
mary. D. A. BROOM.
COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I hereby announce myself a candi'
date for re-election to the office 01
Supervisor of Fairfield County, sub
ject to the action of the Demlocratic
primary. J. B. BUiJ.LEY.
COUNT Y SUPT. OF E DU( ATION
I hereby announce myself a cand:
date for the office of County Super
inte:ident of Education of Fairfielt
Cou>ty, subject to the action of th
Demcraic riILO B. MA RTIN.
mtLTHE COUCH
AND CURE THE LUNGS
Dr inig's
New Discovery
- ONSUMPTION Price
FIR. OUGHS and 50c & $1.00
OLDS Free Trial.
T',ROAT and LUNG TROUB
v~S, or MONEY BACE.
Lu 0
ot weather by getting light
ou want, and especially invi
,the finest and sherest Org
fine Wash Organdie, Pers
styles of lace effect.
wns, Mulls, Organdie. Law
y pretty line at ioc. and 12 1i
I these for you with the pre
ideries ever shown here. NN
cheap.
e are showing in black and
and China at soc. and 75c.
ILLINER
ess the best we ever had. '
is, the quality and variety t<
es are low. We are consta
md can please you in the ne
ES. SH
tyle and quality the best; jus
i Ties, Vici, Patent Leather a
iey have ever been. A job R<
pair. Gents' low shoes in V
f; all the new shapes; prices I
rILL OFFERIh
the yard; 36=inch Unblea
gan Bleach $i.oo.
Ine Negligee Shirts just rece
price 5oc. and 75c. Get sor,
n for spending your money
:li Dry Go
HuGrH
Post Office Block
~For a Go<
TF
THlE PURPLE PRINI
5c. Cigar.
ISABOROSO, as popu
OPIA, a great favoril
I COUNTRT GENTLEJ
For Cigars and Tobacc<
S. C. JO H
I NO TR(
To Get Your Table
He:
A most complete line of Cann
Vegetables.
Heinz Pickles, Catsups and St
Pinnacle~ Coffee, a fine mixture
cans. Only One Dollar. A splE
I Swift's Premium Hams and B:
For Cakes and Crackers this i~
Phone 25 for your Groceries.
Letters of Administration'
Saeof South Carolina,
By D. A. Broom, Esq., Probate Judge:!
Whereas, J. S. Center hath miade
suit to me to grant him letters of
adiitation of the estate and effects.
-of Mrs. Miriam L. Connor, deceased:
- These are, therefore, to cite and ad
l monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of thesaid Mrs. Miriam
L. Connordcaeta hyb n
appear beforenmein thet Court bf Pro
bate, to be held at 1'airfield Court
HIouse, South Carolina, on the 14th
day of June next, after publica
tion hereof, at H1 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said admlinistration shouid
not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 4th day
of June, A. D. 1906d.
D). A. BROOM,
(i-6-2t Jud3geof Probate.
Why take a dozen thing t eure
that cough? Kenedy's Laxative
Honey andl Tair allays the congestiou,
stops that tickling, dIrives the cold out
through your b~owels. Sold by all
drumrists
weight goods. We
te you to look at
andies, price ioc.
ian Lawns, India
,ns as cheap as Sc.
=2c. a yard.
ttiest patterns of
re sell fine laces,
white Suziene at
These are great
he reason for it is
> please every one,
itly getting new
west styles.
OES.
;t what you want
nd White Canvas;
)t Ladies' White
ci, Patent Leath
he lowest, quality
ch 4c. the yard;
ived, worth $i.oo
ne of these.
with us, because
ods Co.
UBOVE.
all other stores is ours for newest
and shapeliest Oxfords for Ladies
and Gentlemen. We have the
very latest styles, and the mate
rials include the choicest !eathers.
We have always been noted for
giving full value for money,'but
we believe we heve better shoe
bargains -par ticularly in Oxfords
for both sexes-than we have ever -
been able to offer before.
,Columbia, S. C.
)d Smoke
SE, a most popular
lar as ever.
:e.
VIAN, hard to beat.
,call here.
N ST ON.
)UBL E
Wants Supplied
re.
ad Goods, Fruits, Meats anid
.uces. Heinz to best of all.
of Java and Mocha, in 5-lb.
ndid Coffee bargain.
-eakfast Bacon.
~the place.
C. BOYD.
Buchanan's
SpeCials.
BARGAINS in Cigars and To
bacco. See if it isn't so.
TIN WARE at speciel prices. 5
and 10-cent articles as good
as sold higher elsewhere.
A 10-cent box of Toilet Soap
that is a real leader. Try it.
Five and Ten-Cent articles. Many
bargains in these. A call
will convince 3 ou.
R. A. Buchanan.
gTha t last year's suit can
be mar!o to look as bright and
fresh as my, if you will bring it
to Isaiah Bens mf, the merchant
tailor at the Thespian bail. If
rou are niot a rember of the
pressing club, join 'now, so that
om, may have your suit kept trim

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