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* TIME IS HERE.
So are the necessary school supplies for
* the scholars now in--PENCILS, TAB
LETS, PENS, INK, CRAYON, Etc. Spe
cial attention given the needs of the
1g The kind that takes, because it is the
( right kind. Catering to the wants of U
N particular correspondents a specialty *
Jno. H. McMaster & Co.,
N Phone 39. Druggists.
BIG SHIPMENTS OF
Come and see our big stock of
Furniture. There is no other
place in Fairfield county where
you can do better; none where
you can do quite so well. The
"Old Reliable" is still the stand=
by in Furniture.
Will tell you a few things next
R. W. Phillips.
Udertaking a Specialty.
We have just received a large
shipment of Buggy Harness.
Bought right and sold the same
Can .interest you in Saddles
and Bridles also.
When it comes to a Buggy,
threis none better than the
Hackney. Many pleased cus=
-tomers our best: advertisement.
K. R. McMaster.
W. C. EBeaty Co.
CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
Tyson & Jones Buggies
All bought in large quantities and will be sold
at close prices.
A Rare Find.
Good Mixed Candies at only 20 cents
a pound is something not found every,
day. But they are here, and the best
* evidence that we have struck candy bar
* gains is our increasing trade in these
candies. Remember us when it comes to
candy and everything in the grocery line.
SC. J OH N S TO N.
focAL ITEL EN
Wedr-naday, Sept. 26, 1906.
--Mr. Jack Leavell has accept
1 the- agen cy at Shelton.
Miss Frances Creight -isited
relatives at Ridgeway Friday.
-Mr. W. Hop James of Eutaw,
Miss., is visiting relatives in the
-Dr. J. G. McMaster of Flor
ence has been on a short visit to
--Mr. Sam Rabb of Due West
is on a visit to his aunt, Mrs. W.
-Mrs. Sara DesPortes left
yesterday for extended visit to
relatives in New York and Chi
- -Mrs. H. C. Miller returned
Friday to her home in Trenton
after a stay of several weeks with
-Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Mackorell
left Saturday for Colorado.
Springs, where he will probably
-Miss Leonora Williford wbo
has been the guest of Miss Mollie
Smith for several weeks past left
Monday for her home at Sumter.
-Mr. W. A. Beaty, Jr., of
Hartsville came home Monday in.
response to a telegram, notifying
him of the serious illness of his
sister, Miss Sara Beaty.
-There will be a meeting of
the John Bratton Chapter of the
Daughters of the Confederacy
next Monday afternoon at 5
o'clock at the residence of Mrs.
-The library hours have been
changed so that the library is now
open from 4 to 6 each afternoon
except Saturday when it is open
from 11 to 1. Are you a member?
If not, this is a good time to join.
-Mr. John J. Watt died in
Columbia last Tuesday and his
remains were brought to Bethel
church for interment, his old
home being in the Horeb section.
He leaves a widow and eight
-Rev. Dr. W. T. Hall will
preach in the Presbyterian church
on next .Sunday, and after the
morning service a meeting of the
congregation will be held for the
purpose, if the way be clear, of
calling a pastor.
-Mrs. J. Frank Fooshe left
Monday afternoon for spartan
burg in response to a telegram
notifying her of the death of her
cousin, Robert Daniel, who had
made his home with her family
for several years past.
-Misses Anna Beaty and alice
Walker left Thursday for Green
ville, where they will ~each be
members of the Chicora faculty,.
the former having the department
of history and the latter being
connected with the music depart
--Miss Mollie Smith left Mon
day for Hartsville, where she has
accepted a position with J. L.
Coker & Company. Winnsboro
has been making a number o f
contribuions to Hartsville in the
past few years and none bet
ter than this last.
--Mr. W. M. Quattlebaurm, who
has been with Swift & Co. for
several years past, the last few
months having been stationed at
Vicksburg, Miss., is taking a few
days' rest at his old home. In a
few days he will go to Columbia,
where be will conduct a brokerage
business . His fine work for the
firm he has so well represented
bespeaks for him success in start-|
ing business for himself.
-The millinery openings were
all held last week and despite
the earliness of the season and
the warmth of the weather there
were many ladies on hand to see
the many beautiful and stylish
hats for the coming season.
When it comes to millinery,
Winnsboro leads for a town of its
size and this fact is much ap
preciated and so. these openings
are always looked 'forward to with
-The Epworthi League held its
social meeting Fridav evening at
the home of Mrs. Mary R. Mc
Master. In addition to the regu
lar program there were several
recitations and songs by the little
Till sisters, who just carried their
hearers away with their wonder
ful performances for girls of such
tender years, Jessie Frieda being
only 9 and Florence Woodward
not quite 7. Mrs. Till also made
a happy hit with her songs. Ice
crem was served. 1t was a most
Married at Sandy Level Bap
tist church, Sunday e v enin g
September 16, 1906, 3cr. Clifford
Hood of Augusta, Ga., and Miss
Nora McLean of Columbia, S. C.,
Rev. Geo. P. White oficiating.
Fresh Beef For Sale.
Ev-ery Saturday, b e g i n n i n p
October 6th, fat and tender hee:
sold in any quantities desired, ai
Dawkins station. Will ship or
midday trains, if ordered. Pricei
8 to 10 cents at Dawkins.
Montgomery Place, Dawkins
Th4 ania mueiung orf
Fairfielda and itichland laxiliar'
Biblo Society will be he!d a1
Bethel chur&h Sunday, Octobei
7, at 11 a. m. instead of Horeb
the change being made at thc
request of the vice-presidents
The annual address will be by
Rev. Henry Stokes of Winnsboro.
Death of Miss Sara Beaty.
When it was learned Sabbath
afternoon that the condition of
Miss Sara Beaty was such that
serious fears of her recovery were
being entertained by those watch..
ing lovingly at her bedside, there
was cast a gloom over the com
munity and this sadness w a s
greatly intensified when yester
day morning it was learned that
just before the dawning of the
day her spirit had taken its flight
to a fairer and better laud.
Some months ago it was seen
that she was not in good health
and a needed rest of several weeks
was taken with the hope that she
would regain her accustomed
strength. However, in a few days
after her return from the moun
tains, she was taken to her bed
with that treacherous disease,
typhoid fever, and despite t h e
heroic fight she made against it
had at last to yield.
Her 27th birthday was spent
only a few davs ago upon her bed
of sickness. Short life this, but
one full of sunshine and happi
ness, for this lovely young woman
possessed these characteristics of
adding happiness to others and
being happy in so doing in an
unusual degree. This it was
that made her a friend to all and
so much admired and loved in the
home and in the social and busi
ness relations. As a mark of
esteem in which she was held by
her employers, the Caldwell Dry
Goods Company closed their doors
yesterday and they will re'main
closed till after her interment this
morning at 10 o'clock in the
The father and the mother and
the brother and the sisters in this
sad bereavement have the deepest
sympathy of many friends.
The court of general sessions
adjourned Thursday afternoon,
the criminal docket being about
Verdicts of not guiity were
found in the following cases:
Lilla Jackson, assault and battery;
Sarah and Anna Lou Moore,
hose-reaking; W. W. Byars et
al, assault and battery with in
tent to kill; Spencer Aiston car
breaking; Sim . Crosby, rape;
Walter Cook, assault.
Robt. Gaither was found guilty
of assault, sentence: pay a fine of
$25.00 or 3 months at h a r d
labr; George Sawyer of house
breaking, sentence: 1 year at hard
labor; Joe Williams of assault
and battery of a high and ag
gravated nature; sentence: 1 year
at hard labor.
The court of common pleas was
opened Monday morning and the
first case called was that of Edgar
Trapp vs. Southern Railway for
punitive damages in taking him
beyond the station to which he
had bought his ticket. This case
was tried at a former term of
court, the verdict being in favor
of the plaintiff, and is remanded
to the circuit court for trial. At
the time of going to press yester
day the jury had not rendered its
verdict. Buchanan & Hanahan
for plaintiff, J. E. McDonald for
There are many cases on the
calendar and the court 'will likely
be in session the whole of this
and next week and then the cal
endar will hardly be cleared.
For Over Sixty Years.
Mi'c. WINsLow'S SOOTHING SYRUP
has been used for over 60 years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain; cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for Diarrhma. .It
will relieve the poor little sufferer im
mediately. Sold by druggists in every
part of the world. Trwenty-five cents
a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take
no other kind.
OEarly Fall Outing a n d
Ready-to-Wear Hats, Tailored
and Suit Hats,high grade trimmed
models for the trade. School
Hats and Caps ir' great variety.
D. V. Walker & Co.
A BICYCLE BARGAIN-One
1906 Model Rambler. Regular
price $45.00. Only $40.00 to
close out. Two other wheels
at bargain prices. T. M.
SEED 0OATS- 500 bushels of Re&
Rust-Proof Appler Oats,sackedl
and delivered in Winnsboro
Also 70 bushels Seed Wheat
Apply to S. C. Cathcart. 4t
WANTED-Your inqluirins fo:
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mould
ings Balusters, Columnns,Brack
ets, etc. Get our estimate
before placing your ordet
Hartsville Wood Mfg. Co.
mltvimle S. C. 9-12-4t
Every lady in the county should see our I
variety, the NEWEST WEAVES and the MOS'
goods you see at 25c a yard are pure cotton. i
1 hunt ovir two cities to find them.
Fifty cents a yard is a price that *e can
Skirtings, 54 incLs wide; then you will find all t
You get the best possible value in these goods.
We offer a fine line of fancy weaves at 75<
At 81.00 the yard we offer a great variety
Our 50-inch Broadcloth at tbis price is the quali
We give special attention to Black Dress
p atterLs at whatever price you wish to pay.
SILKS OF E
A special bargain in 36-inch Black Taffet;
and 8 1.25; Fancy Silk for waists and suits, in ne
the colors will please you, but the quality and pr
Wien you buy a nice dress you want a La
the newest goods; we give the best work and mos
-ve sell you the best quality at low prices.
We want your trade and we offer inducem
ta trade with us. Try it.
AW E GIVE PREMIUMS.
We absolutely Guarantee every piec,
We pay freight on all "Ca
Covered in Silkaloid. I
This .Beautiful Solid Oak
Cane-Seat Rocker, just like
Cash or Credit.
with Brass Rings, Brass
Knobs, Brass Spindles be
tween Brass Rings. Com
plete with Slats and Roll
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9.Final Dih ae.
'all stock of DRESS GOODS. We offer the greatest
FASHIONABLE COLORS. Nearly all the dress
Ve have 25c goods that are PART WOOL, and had to
how you a wonderful variety at. We have heavy
he nicer goods in either plain patterns or mixtures.
,-also some heavy goods and suiting at this price.
of specially fine goods in plain and fancy patterns.
ty usually sold at $1.25.
xoods, and in this line you will find the very best
i at 75c a yard; very fine and heavy Taffeta at $1.00
w colors and plaids, at 50c, 75c and $1.00. Not only
t to match. Our Millinery stock is large. We have
t stylish trimming, and a very important part is that
nts to get it. You will find it pleasant and profitable
ry Goods Co.
I T. U I CREDIT
3 of our Furniture to be as represented.
sh Orders" of $1o.oo or more.
arlor Suit==3 Pieces
acks Mahogany Veneer. Per Suit
Lsh or Credit.
Solid Oak Chair, Cane
Seat. Neater looking
than cut. Each
Cash or Credit.
ud Brown Velour. 48 inches wide
Beauty. Our special price
ish or Credit.
iSolid Quartered Oak
24x24, like cut..6.50
ue for the asking." Our special prices
TMBI A. 8. C. Cash rdin .
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y devoted to other parts of
usiness, it must not be for=
i that we can certainly,
athing, Dry Goods,
and see our offerings in
M. W. DOTY.
)ING TO BUILD?
come here for your building material.
ing in the way of Building Material,
O. B 0A G.