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1=2 GAL. FRI
* PINT FRUIT
* JELLY TUM1
* JAR RUBBEI
* A large stoc
9 and we want t
*to see us. W
m prices right.
Jno. H. Mc
There is nothii
Come and see
ferings in thes
on these comfc
Only 25c. comj
add to the hap
fellows. Get t
line of Rockel
Suites. They a
and we want 3
I have the bes
that can be see
Inrfact can sui
a horse or mule.
Examine my s
and I can do bus
D. A. C
If you want a
harness, get m
buggy on the r
1 have in st
tee in price
of all grades
please you ii
You can bu:
time in the y
r JARS U
RS and JAR TOPS
k of these goods,
o sell them. Come m
e will make the
Master & Co.,0
[ig better than .a
a Lawn Swing.
the attractive of=
rigle and double,
the year round.
des. Extra good.
ges 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
ules for hauling.
t you in any kind of
tock. Get my prlces
iness with you.
buggy or a set o1
y prices, The besi
narket is the Rock~
ock a good line of
ich I fully guaran
and quality. Call
before you buy.
for sale. I can
a price and terms.
y a mule here any
L W. DOTY.
I Wednesday, June 20, 1906.
-Miss Janie Ketchin is a
home from Cornverse College.
-Mr. W. S. Gladden is spen<
ing a few days in town this week
-Mr. Edwin Brunson of Flor
ence is spending a few days ii
-Miss Ollie Cline of Concord
N. C., is the guest of Miss France
-Miss Annie Belle Stewart o
Tampa, Fla., is visiting relativei
-Mr. J. Bratton Davis of thi
University of South Carolina i
-Mrs. H. C. Miller of Trentoi
is visiting her mother, Mrs. U. G
-Mrs. John Temple Ligon o
Anderson is visiting her father
Mr. Jas. A. Brice.
-Miss Elizabeth Cureton ha
returned from a visit to relativei
in Raleigh and Rock Hill.
-Mrs. Robinson of Edgemoo:
is spending a few days with he:
daughter, Mrs. Addie Williford.
-Mrs. J. J. Creight and Misi
Annie McKeown have returnes
from a visit to relatives in Mont
--Bishop Capers held service
at St. John's church Thursdal
evening. A class of ten wa:
-The Misses Neil entertainei
yesterday afternoon in honor o
their friend, Miss Thomas, wh<
is visiting them.
-Mr. J. E. McDonald's friendi
will be pleased to know that he i
able to be out again after a sick,
ness of a few days.
-Mr. R. F. Gooding of Pitts.
burg, Pa., is spending his vaca.
tion with his parents, Mr. ani
Mrs. R. C. Gooding.
-Within the next few days the
value of thousands of acres o:
land in this county should b(
enhanced by sowing the same ir
-This is the season for prepar
ing for the fall garden. Set oul
cabbage and tomatoes and plani
corn and beans and other vege
-Masters Frederi& and Joe
and little Miss Martha McFadder
of Rock Hill are visiting thei
grandmother, Mrs. M. E. Sit
-Rev. E. A. McDowell is tc
begin July 1st to edit the "Nine
~ty-Sir Star," a weekly newspaper
to be devoted to the upbnilding
of that town.
-Rev. 3. A. Clif ton, D. D., one
of the most prominent menmbers
of the South Carolina Confer
ence, died suddenly at his home
in Marion Thursday.
-Messrs T. R. and Gaillard
Ellison, both of whom were mem
bers of the graduating class oj
Clemson College, and Mr. David
Bryson are at home.
-Mr. J. A. .Brice will leav4
Monday for New Mexico for
virjit t.o his son who is still thern
for up 1gg. Mrs. Brice ha:
been with bian for some months
-Mrs. Carrie !Crawforg lya
returned to lyer hpme at grea:
frtini, and two children, wh
hasve as keep~ at gra. J. 'W
Cathcart's, returned with her.
-Dr. W. L. Pressly, presiden
of the Theological Seminary a
Due West died last week after
pj g glness. He was one of th
ab - si midsfr of the A. R. F
church and grpably dployp~4 hj
-Mrs. W. F. Muldrow of Sum
ter is on a visit to her grand
mother, Mrs. M. E. Creight. Hel
husband will join her Friday ani
they Will go on to New Mexico
where they m pg their future
-Mrs. Eliza Stokes of Early
Branch is with her sister, Mrs
R. N. McMaster. Dr. J.RI. Stoke:
f Rock Hill came down and
spantAndayhere. Miss Alic<
Stokes, h 0 p 90m wht~ le:
mother, returned with hbim.
---.Mr. T. M. Lyles, who was
member of the graduating clasi
of the law dep .rtment of the
LUuiversity of South Carolina las
week, will spend the summer hers
with his parents. He will proba
bag.N ad i8 Sn hingle in Spar
-Mr. W. S. McDonald died 4
his home at Stover Friday morn
ing from a second stroke of paraly
sis. Mr. McDonald was paralyze<
about three years ago and eve
since has been confined to hi
howe. He leaves a widow an<
-Almost anybody can arrasgg
to have a good garden for a shoi
season. Tihe test of a goo
gardener is having a garden a
the year round. However goo
the spring garden has been, don
f.iQt make preparations no
for a tall gardaz.
-The power house is now rat
ning till 3 o'clock each night, an
it is hoped soon to have it ru
till at least 4. This is a distin<
aane, one that will contribu:
Ito the better protection against
crime and to the greater conve
nience of patrons.
-Mr. J. Frank Foocbe returned
Monday from Coronaca, where he
bispent the past weekl with his
parents. His two boys, J. Frank,
Jr., and Stafford, are with him for
a stay of several days, after
which they will go to on to Ker
shaw to visit their grandparents. i
Meeting of Democratic: Executive
T h e Democratic Executive
f Committee will meet in Winns
boro on Saturday, June 30, at
11 o'clock a. m. A ful. represen
tation is desired. .
T. S. Brice,
The following invitation has
I been received here:
Mr. and Mrs. John Lowry Pressly
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Rev. Bonner Grier Pressly,
on Wednesday evening, June the
at half after eight o'ctlock,
Due West, South Carolina.
Death of 11r. J. J. Jackson.
Mr. J. J. Jackson died at his,
home in this city yesterday mori
ing, in the 60th year of his age.
He was the father of Mr. J. W.
Jackson*, one of the night yard
masters of the Southern railway
in this city, and is also survived
by two daughters, both of whom
reside in Columbia. The funeral
will be held to-day and the re
; mains will be taken to Crooked
; Run church for intermont.-The
State, June 17.
A Fine Opportunity for a Young rlan.
The University of South Caro
lina offers scholarship. in the
Normal Department to two young
men from each county. Each
scholarship is worth $40 in money
besides remission of $40 tuition
and $18 matriculation or "term"
fee. The money is paid at the -
rate of $5 a month for eight CA
months, to assist in meeting the -
necessary living expense:3. Hol
Examination will be held Fri
day, July 6th, before the County the
Board of Education. Applicants to ti
should be at least 19 years of age, mar
and preferably teachers. Write TI
President Benjamin Sloan, South him
Carolipa University, Columbia, subj
S. C., for blapk op which to apply Pr"
before July 6th.
Thpmas Stewart Dead. prin
Mr. TomaBankhead Stewartth
died at 2 o'clock Sabbath morn- ject
inig, June [0, I906, after ani ill- pr
ness of sit seeks with metsoles and
other complications following.
He was 38 years old lastb March
and was the sixth son of the late 1:
John and Katie Reid Stewart, of date
the Stover neighborho(od. On Tre
the 12th of Dec. 1890 he was toar
married to Miss Rebeces Reid of _
the Elliance neighborhood, who
with two sons. aged 13 and 6
years; are left to mourn the loss th
of a kind and loving husband and the
father. Besides these he leaves Den
th igligin 4eyoted brothers
ad sisters: ]bran it egs, .
John, of DeWitt, S. C., Samell
f Rishburg, Rq qsyo White
Qak, Jaxmes and Wilim and date
Misses Jane Nannie and Rosa or p
Stewart at the old houestead, to t
near Stover, Mrs. John Isenhower, mar
of Gayden, in Fairfield county. -
Mr. Stewart always farmed
until the first of this year', when
he moved here from Bascomville I'
ai4 jgebil hia was atyick!en with
measles, worked in the Springs- jest
tein. mill. The funeral services prin
were at 'the home Sabbath even- 0,
ing at six o'clock conducted by pro~
Rev. James Russel and the burial and
was in Evergreen cemetery- eort
We offer this week si x new dat
drop head automatic Paragon Cou
Standard sewing machines at Den
' jpry prices for the sept pgh
Iget a good machine cheap. .Ti
D. Y. Walker & Company. U
S ~Fine job printing at the
News and Herald office. New ,T
type, new presses, best material, CA
-i gl~ lass work. Friges reason4 - i
i Mother's Ear sa
IdIJSnG ANa INFNT, AND IN THU
Y HE HEAL.TH OF Bcu OTH P N
3CHILD. Send for frae sample.
IISCOT & 1 OW NE, Chenists r.
Soc. and $z.oo; al drugists.
70Q1 SALE-Pointer bitch1 6
months old, wiate and liver
d colored; no bad habits; in pros
n pects for good hunter. R. C.
t Stevenson, Winnsboro, S. C. z
; June 20.
Get ready for ho
have just what yo
our White Goods,
to Soc. the yard; f
Linon and many s1
Fine colored LawN
a yard; a specially
We can trim all
Laces and Embroic
but the prices are <
In light Silks we
-9c.; fine soft Jap i
values in silk.
Our April busine:
we have the styles
and then the pricei
goods by express ai
Up-to-date in stj
in Oxfords, Gibson
prices as low as the
Oxfords at 5oc. a p;
er, Gun Metal Calf;
Some Prints at 4c.
14 yards Androscog
Sixteen dozen fir
and $1.25, special V
There is a reason
it will pay you.
-SE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
m a candidate for re-election to
[ouse of Representatives, subject
e action of the Democratic pri
A. HOMER BRICE.
ie friends of T. S. BRICE nominate
&or the House of Representatives,
et to the action of the Denmocratic'
ereby announce myself a candi
for the House of Representatives,
ect to the action of the Democratic
ary. W. WV. DIXON.
~m a candidate for re-election to
House of Reprerentatives, sub
to the action of the Democratic
i.1y. JAS. G. McQANTS.
ereby annonnce myself a candi
for re-election to the office of
urer of Fairfield County, subject
he action of the Democratic pri
.A. LEE SCRUGGS.
m a candidate for re-election to
office of Auditor of Fairfield
~ty, subject to the action of the
ereby announce myself a candi
for re-election to the office of Judge
obate of Fairfield County, subject
e action of the Democratic pri-.
. D. A. BROOM.
~ereby announge gpi a-ad
ph.lerpiection tei the oltie of
F1Vi5or of i.airfield County, sub
to the action of the Democratic
ary. J. B. BURLEY.
ithe platform of prominent im
menents, better roads, good bridges,
ow to get them, I make the race
ipervisor of Fairfield County, spr
to the atimn of the DanoN
NTY S1UPT. OF EDU(.ATION.
ereby announce myself a candi
for the office of County Super
dent of Education of Fairfield I
ty, subject to the actio~n of the
iE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH
OLINA off'ers Scholarsipg u the
~pgl peimtlent to (a wo ymog meni
'rth $40 in money and $18 ni:trieu
n or "torm" fee.
amination will be held at C'ounty
FRIDAY, JULY 6th. Examiina
for admission to the I'niversity
be held at the same time.
rite for information to
~ENJAMIN SLOAN. Presidenit.
0 Colmuhla, ,s. C.
a CURE THE LUNCS
WITH Dr. King's
IT0OMM ft*o Price
si~nd uicestOure for all
EROAT and LUNG TROUB
ES or MONEY BACLE.e
t weather by getting light weigh
u want, and especially invite yo
the finest and sherest OrgandieE
ine Wash Organdie, Persian L
Lyles of lace effect.
'ns, Mulls, Organdie. La.wns as
pretty line at ioc. and 12 j=2c. a
these for you with the pr 'ettiest
leries ever shown here. \ Ve sell
are showing in black and white
md China at Soc. and 75c. The:
ss the best we ever had. Yhe rez
, the quality and variety to pleas
are low. We are constamtly g
id can please you in the newest s
'le and quality the best; just wha
'ies, Vici, Patent Leather and Wh
,y have ever been. A job lot Lac
air. Gents' low shoes in Vici, Pa
all the new shapes; prices the low
the yard; 36-inch Unbleach 4c.
an Bleach $i.oo.
e Negligee Shirts just received, v
'rice 5oc. and 75c. Get some of t
for spending your money with L
11 Dry Good.
- We hav
( giving ft
- been abi
F. m. I-z .l.n
SPost Office Block, Colun
For a Good .
TIHlE PURIPLS PRINCE, a1
SABOROSO, as popular as <
OPIA, a great favorite.
COUNTRT GENTLEMAN, I
For Cigars and Tobacco, call I
SS. C. JOH N !
To Get Your Table Wai
A most complete line of Canned Good
Heinz Pickles, Catsups and Sauces.
Pinnacle Coffe~e, a fine mixture of Java
cans. Only One Dollar. A splendid Co:
Swift's Premium Hams and Breakfast
For Cakes and Crackers this is tha pia
Phone 25 for your Groceries.
Letters of Administration
S~tte of Sou th Carolina, I C
County of Fairfield. f
By D. A. Broom, Esq., Probate Judge:
Whereas, J. 8. Center hiath made bac(
suit to mie to grant him letters of
administration of the estate and effects TINWA
of Mrs. Miriam L. Connor. dlecea-ed:
These are, theref'ore, to cite and ad
mionish all and singula r the kindred as s
:\nd editors of thesaid 3lrs. 31iriam
L. Connor, deceasedl, that they be aind A 1O-ce
atppear before me, in the Court of Pro- that
bate, to be held at 1-airlield Courz
House, South Carolina, on the Mt Five am~
day of .June next, after nublica- bar
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock in ;he fore
noon1, to show eause, if ay they have will
why'the said adm trationl should
not be granted. L A
Givenx under my hand, this 4thb day' eX
of Ju.ne, A. 1), 190'J. -
D). A. BROOMT
o-ri-St Judlge of Probate- be mad
Why take a dozen things to( ue.toIsi
that ~eough'? Kennedy If.axativ i lor
Honey and Tair allavs the iuongestin, YOU ar(
stops that tiekingiZ 'drives the~ cold out 'pressing
throug i your bowels. Sod by, allyom;
t goods. We
u to look at
;, price ioc.
cheap as 5c.
;e are great
Lson for it is
e every one,
t you want
stores is ours for newest
)eliest Oxfords for Ladies
tlemen. We have the
st styles, and the mate
ude the choicest leathers.
e always been noted for
11 value for money, but
ve we have better shoe
-particularly in Oxfords
sexes-than we have ever
a to offer before.
ibia, S. C.
tard to beat.
s, Fruits, Meats and
Eeinz 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.
Lit box of Toilet Soap
is a real leader. Try it.
[Ten-Cent articles. Many
ains in these. A call
hat last year's suit can
a to look as bright and
new, if you will bring it
1 Bens mn, tI~e merchant
t the Thespian hall. If
not a rmemrber of the
club, join n2ow, 5o that
ame yonr suit kept trim