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ly reduced pr
pose of gettii
Come to the I
I have a few
gallon Fruit J
give me a call.
GEO R. LA
It is Not Whiat
But What Yo
'When you trade her
for--and fully as much <
elsewhere for the same
always pay you to come
get. Our stock is compl
Notions, Millinery, Bugg
If you cannot get it
alast er 's
None Better. m
ES aud~ GO=CARTh
avs we wil sefl
::hines at great
ig themi. ntro=
).d ReiablIe for
n's Prit Jars,
s and halfgal
will be sold
~heap for cash
o close out
uarts andc' half=
TS?, WKicG : 8mI
or W7bn+ You Get,
, yu gt jst hatyoupa)
r more' thanU wha you ge
amo~Unt o- monev. I i
i.s, Wagonsj, Groceries, etc
.t Bo'a s. t is noct to be ha:
L CAL INTLLiG Ui h
-I IJan Pi 'ssy retu L'to
1\:.TJaI. ilion of Columbia
Siis Lizzie Bankhead i Is
visitmn in Longtowr.
7r S C. Johnston leaves to
daty for Glenn Spring.
-Mr. -M. W. Dotv left last
week for Stearns. N. C.
-As.s Alice MMaster is at
-iss Kitty Sewart has re
tulrned to her home in Rock Hill.
-Miss Lizzie Duglass went to
Stover Saturday to visit relatives.
Miss Mary Pagan is at home
from Columbia for a short vaca
Mrs. Ann Elliott s p c u t
severlal days in 3lackstock last
-Irs M. E. Wylie and daugh
ter, Miss Ma, is visiting relatives
-rs. Jno. F. Davis has re
turned from Saluda and Hender
-Miss May Ketchin visited
the Misses Durham at Flint Hill
-Messrs Jesse Doty, Clement
and Bratton Davis left last week
-Tis. W. S. Weir and Miss
Ida WXvlie are visiting relatives
- rs. 'E. P. Rosborough of
Atlanta is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J. N. Caldwell.
--Mrs. S. E. Prentiss of Barn
well 1is on a visit to her mother,
Mrs. E. A. Bacot.
-Capt. T. J. Cureton left last
ieel fur Lenoir, N. C., to spend
a couple of weeks.
r. J. W. Seigler is spend
ng this week with his family at
thesle of Palms.
--r G. A. White, Jr., of
Coiumbia has been spending a
few days in town.
1-- s. Robert Bollinger o f
Colunba is visiting her mother,
Irs. W. Quattlebaum.
-Mr T. A. Brice returned last
week from New Mexico after a
stay of several months.
-Misses Tirzah a n d Joe
Ketchin visited in the Wateree
neighborhood last week.
-Mr. Jas. Q. Davis is out again,
having been confined to his room
for some days by sickness.
-Messrs Tom McMaster, Riley
Boulware and W. R. Elliott left
Monday for Chick Springs.
-Mr Henry D)avis, son of
Ma j H. C. Davis, U. S. A., is vis
itl]ingratives in this county.
-Mr J. P. Gaidwell and Miss
Lizzie B~eaty left Tuesday after
noon for the northern markets.
-Miss Sara Boulware left Sat
u'rday morning for Lugoff, where
she wilave charge of a school.
-Niss Mary Kennedy, w hi o
has been visiting 1iss Sasie Hall,
returne d to Blackstock Saturday.
-Mc~ ~rs, Walter S. Till and cliil
cre of acksonville, Fla., arrived
yesterday on a visit to relatives
-Ouite a number from Ridge
wiay came up last Friday evening
to attenjd the play, "Damon and
--r E. P. Davis, cashier of
th bank at Duke, N. C ,is spend
ib'hs holidays with his parents
--Miss Annie F. Davis has re
turnedj home from a visit to
Washingtou, D. C., and Ocean
Ci, M d.
-Misses Bessie Grayson of
Jord.3.an and Minnie Dixon o f
Blacstocek are the guest of Miss
-Thereo will be agame of base
b*l thi afternoon on the college
enbtween Wijmsboro a n d
-Mr. R. B. Russell of Char
lotte has b~een spending a few
Oays with the family of Capt.
T. J. Cureton.
-Mrs. Cattie M'obley le~t Sat
or~v for Columbia, from there
..* wil go to Tryon, N. C, .to
.ped seeral weeks.
- iss :ettie Sitgreave's left
Tunsday for the noitheru mar
tn.Sh v~ as ae:-om)panied b
..ls Carrie [Rosborough of
At laua who has beeni visitiug
M s Kathleen~ Ca'dwell, left
Tueda for Blackstock.
-Misses Joe Ketchin of Winns
boro0 and ..nnie Coleman of Feas
terv ii Lave beenl awarded the
- Win''thr'op schiolarshps
-Mrs Wilihebuina Quattle
baum.l wio has been visiting rela
ies in Gn envile, lDatesburg and
-.-Miss May Ketchin left Tuies
ay for Colulnbia, where she hat
acee a poito a's s t e i
1n .!e o . ' ~iUbbe, & Cc
1eA) (1eligialI nlwu p~ a r t2'
Wedesdayi~ eening in honor o:
Mis ata lie Dwght of Columbit
..d .i 'Taiu- Kennedk of Black.
Miss Mamie Burley a n
hLr guest, Miss Janio Gibson, ha
returned irom 1orb where the
Thursday eveui!Jg M i s
Lucile Gladden was hostess to
number of her friends in honor c
guests, Misses Ruby Sparkma
and Ethel Jolly of Waldo, Fla.
-Misses Ethel Jolly and Rub:
Sparkman, who have been thi
guests of Miss Lucile Gladde
the past month, left Mouda)
night for their homne in Florida.
-Prof. and Mrs. J. L. Pressli
of Due West spent a few day.
with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Flen.
niken last week on their way tc
Woodward where they will visil
their daughter, Mrs. B. G. Pressly
-Capt. and Mrs. Edwin P
Wolfe, who have just returnec
from the Philippine Islands, arc
visiting Mrs. W olfe's mother, Mrs.
Mary S. Gerig, before proceeding
to their next station, at Fort
Hancock, New Jersey.
2I will serve barbecued hasL
during the speaking to-morrow
(Thursday) at my place on East
Washington :treot. Jno. B. Stev
Services in St. John's Epis
copal church on Sunday afternoor
at 6 o'clock by Rt. Rev. Ellisor
The boxes for the primary, in
cluding boxes for the special elec
tion, and tickets can be procured
by the managers from the office oj
the clerk of court.
Don't drig along with a dull, bilious,
heavy feeling. You need a pill. Us(
DeWitt's Little Early Risers. th<
faiouzs little pills. I)o not sicken or
-ripe, but results are sure. Sold by al'
Damon and Pythias.
"Damon and Pythias," giver
under the auspices of Winn Lodge
108, Knights of Pythias, Friday
evening, in the Thespian Hall, was
a grand success and was enjoyed
by a large crowd. The followinc
was the cast in the play: Mr
Edonard - D'Oize as Damon, Mr
Z. V. Davidson of Chester a.
Pythias, J. R. Dye of Chester ac
Dionysius, Mrs. D'Oize as Calan.
the, and Mrs. W. H. Phillips o:
Ridgewr y as Hermion.
Flint 11il1 Notes.
Mr. and Mrs Curley of Colum
bia and sister, Miss Viola Milli
champ, of Piedmont, are the guesi
this week of Mr. and Mrs. Dur
ham and daughter.
Miss Hettie Ezell of .Jonesvillk
has returned home after a verj
pleasant visit to friends here.
Miss. Ida Wylie of Winnsbort
has returned after a pleasani
visit to the Misses Durham.
Miss Maud Willingham is visit.
ing friends at Jonesville, S. C.
Mrs. Jno. M. Smith and son
Mr. Otis Smith .of Winnsbor<
was with Mr. and Mrs. J. C
Willingham last week.
Miss Lilla Mobley has re
turned after an extended visit tc
her aunt, Mrs. Eb. Tennant, ii
Mr. W. F. Raines of Longtowi
has returned home after a week':
stay with his uncle, Mr, W. A
Mr. Jno. H. Neil of White Oal
and son, Mr. C. A. Neil, of Ala
chua, Fla., are visiting relatives
Messrs Willingham, N e i 1
Robertson, Darham, and others
spent a day last week on tb<
W~ateree fishing. They caugh
Inearly as many as they coulc
eat and it was a good day for fis]
LAUdN DRY-I am agent for th4
Laurens Steam Laundry, th4
best laundry in the State. Col
lars, cuffs, shirts, etc., will re
ceive prompt attention. Leavi
packages at DesPortes' store
Henry McDowell, Winnsboro
GLASSWARE ===A largi
variety at bargain price
TINWARE == A specialty
Can supply all y ou:
wants in this line.
CIGARS AN D TOBACCQ=
Give me a call and se
what I can do for you ir
TOILET S0AP4 boxes a
only 15 cents, easil;
worth 25 cents.
CAN DY=Good Mixed Can
dies at to and 20 cent
R. A. Buchanan
FOR RENT - T w o five-rooi
d wellings; one four-room dwel
ing Apply to .. B owg
f_ - -
Get ready for hot weather by get
have just what you want, and esp<
our White Goods, the finest and si
to 5oc. the yard; fine Wash Orgai
Linon and many styles of lace effe,
Fine colored Lawns, Mulls, Orgai
a yard; a specially pretty line at io
We can trim all these for you wil
Laces and Embroideries ever showr
but the prices are cheap.
In light Silks we are showing in 1
39c.; fine soft Jap and China at 5oc
values in silk.
Our April business the best we e
-we have the styles, the quality an<
and then the prices are low. We z
goods by express and can please yoi
lp=to=date in style and quality tf
in Oxfords, Gibson Ties, Vici, Paten
prices as low as they have ever beer
Oxfords at 5oc. a paiR. Gents' low
er, Gun Metal Calf; all the new shal
Some Prints at 4c. the yard; -36=in
14 yards Androscogan Bleach $i.oo.
Sixteen dozen fine Negligee Shirt
and $1.25, special price soc. and 75(
There is a reason for spending yo
it will pay you.
itThis is a picture of Ellwo
4 _____________________than of all other makes
strands of plainl barbcd 's
~ Intely pig-tight and
A carload of EL LWOOD field fencing,"and<
the different styles of fence.
Buying in this quantity, we are able to n
will almost bring it within reach of every <
We will be glad to figure with any one wi
Notice to Creditors. Clerk's S&
Alpersons indebted to the STATE OF SOUTH
estate of Robert. Branhama, de- coUNTY OL FAIRl
ceased, are hereby notified to COURT OF COMM(
make payment to the undersigned, Lambert W. Henry
and all persons holding claims against
against said estate are notified to Nan cy C. Stevenson
present their claims duly verified' Stevenson, Defe
to the, undersigned. I usac fa
SAMUBL BRANHAM, Co ur n of mnP
8-153w xecuor.the above stated case
All'persons indebted to the estate offisModynSe
Malinda Legg, deceased, are herebywihnteealoi
notified to maoke paymoent to the uinder
signed, and all persons holding claimispu icotroth
Sagainst said estate are notitied to pre- Idr h olwn e
sent their elaims duly verified to theertow :
undersigned. Alta eti i
M. A. DICKERsoN. Executor.
- S 2t Shelton, S. C. trc ofln siu e
Couy sal eoete of
Sheriff' Saler in innsbe~ofo I
______etaiMndyin 5 Sces,
Stat of outhCaroinawandhin elgal suhom
By virte of athoritpubste o utcry thopso
in m as herif, Ihaveleider, dte Aprllom es,0
will sll beore th Cour th othaty ceran pie
andteast by lands fitut
Hous doo inWinnbor on heCouty and sate of
-ls Mondayiff' Spemer naonwteto
thefolowig tact oflan uncona Xini w ces
teatseferring taolinue n aingi such toi
- utax ofeaified. nownte as te sC
ByWi.u ofkbs. authrteste 1 teArio10
ine hrfI alve on the north by wB Oehlad of.teu
aKn wcll, est byefobethe o eaid in ash ofE
Houheb d o m nbro nh, the soth by lands oftR
firs Jo lndaymS.eptember ... nextmenf
Anhefolwm trctsfland lacer saleunl Weir; and t
hacs referring bondedliqeteir wna the otC
nth by . Huhb. M arsin nM. Oane-al wr: eF ( .t
GHoneln on the easth by \\ A. t epi ncs n
Kenned, oneasth by . ranam.i sode lith iniot
sotn tws by Rob. B. wetdfes d paymeint fi
by JBone. Frs ans- sahe purn ai; mand
Attiew Mcilll an 25 ace, in 0 o f h r t pri
acesm o.3, bounded on the nothbe urehv~prc bon oft
Howel, on the east by J.uA. cser v.aic mor
R!A ans, on the south by W. J. tain' ao prodingf
t Wot, on the est by . Bi. fes n as ofWor
Mal tie GilF.m,.25inresbonoo..nCr
24, oundd onthenrb. A. - Clser tioo pay fo~r 1
ting light weight goods. We
,cially invite you to look at
terest Organdies, price ioc.
idie; Persian Lawns, India
idie. Lawns as cheap as S;I
c. and 12 1=2C. a yard.
.h the prettiest patterns of
i here. We sell fine laces,
>lack and white Suziene at
and 75c. These are great
'er had. The reason for it is
I variety to please every one,
re constantly getting new
i in the newest styles.
ie best; just what you want
t Leather and White Canvas;
i. A job lot Ladies' White
shoes in Vici, Patent Leath
ies; prices the lowest, quality
ch Unbleach 4c. the yard;
s just received, worth .$I.o
Get some of these.;
ir money with us, because
-f r.' ,- - 01~ ' C t 0 ;C
i1-fence. More of this style is j
rie it puts up a fence that is abso
will also turn large stock. -
:an supply your wants in most all
iake some very low prices, which i
io is thinking of doing some fencing.
W. C. EBEATY CO.
lie. - Final Discharge.
JAROLINA Notice is hersby given that the un
Fm'aD dersigned will apply to D. A. Broom,
Judge of Probate for Fairfield Count.v,
)N PLEAS. on the 4th day of September, A. D).
Plaintiff 1906, at 11 o'clock A. M., for a final
'discharge as Administrator of the -
estate of Lawrence Feaster, deceased.
and Robert A. C. FEASTER,
ndants. IS-S4t Administnr.
order of the'
eas made in Notice to Overseers.
I will offer _____
Jourt House I
S. C., on the. All overseers are urged to work
tember next their roads at the earliest possi
's of sale, ai ble time. This is an important
higestbi- matter and the prompt attention
3ribed po-of the overseers to this notice
will result in great good to the -
ee, parcel or county. The time required for
in Fairfield work on th'e roads of all -able
ShCr-bodied men between the ages of
ditle River, 18 and 50 is 4 days of 10 hours
more or less, each. J. B. BUR LEY,
ms, bounds 8-S 3t Supervisor.
own by plat!
"V iot>SHOE BARGAINS
C. Dove and________
by lands ofl
it of David All the following at great
abeen place ly reduced prices: .
reiase price ii pairs Women's Ox
the balance fords, plain toe. ' Just the
irest on the thing for comfort.
mday of 28 pairs Don. Bluchers.
he payment 28 pairs Cho. Bluchers
n sall be and Bals.
2:3 pairs Men's Patent
sb:en con Leather Blucl rs.
attorney's 22 pairs Men's Vic i
%osure, but Bluchers.
Ial of the Some remnants in Mus
I: e pur liun at bargain prices.
ial necessary Do't fail to come and
th~e same. Do
YIs. see for youselr. Bound to
2. P. F. C. selL.
W.A. Hood & Co.
HPMEYA4Afl IKode Dyspepsa Cure
Q Evnew Ran.' Di2Ste what youota.