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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
0 The kind that takes, because it is the 0
4 right kind. Catering to the wants of U
E particular correspondents a sp::c alty *
* with us.
Jno. H. McMaster & Co.,
0 Phone 39. Druggists. 0
Are the Best. Get them here.
S. C. JOHNSTON.
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 Furnitu re.
Will tell you a few things next'
R. W. Phillips.
Undertaking a Specialty.
We have just received a large 1
shipment of Buggy Harness.
Bought right and sold the same
Can interest you in Saddles
and Bridles also.
When it comes to a Buggy,
there is none better than the
Hackney. Many pleased cus
tomers our best advertisement.
K. .R. McMaster.
W. C. Beaty Co.'
CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
Tyson & Jones Buggies
All bought in large quantities and will be sold
~at close prices.
LOCAL IN NTLLGEN
Wednesday, October 3, 1906.
-Mrs. M. A. Elliott has rE
turned from Gastonia.
-MVr. John Pagan has gone t
Baltimore to study medicine.
-Mt. J. B. Davis 1has eutere
[he University of South Carolim
-Mrs. M. W. Doty retr'rne,
ruesday from her summer hom
-Miss Tallulah Gregg o
lorence is on a visit to her siE
:er, Mrs. Lou McMaster.
-Mr. J. C. Leavell has accept
)d a place in the depot at Cheste
mnd so will not go to Shelton.
-Mrs. M. H. Mobley and Mi
mnd Mrs. Hattie McMaster o
aolumbia spent Sunday in towr
-Messrs Morris Lyles an
W. J. Jackson left Monday fo
he Citadel Acamdemyin Charles
-Mrs. Addie Gaillard of Col
nbia will spend the month o
ctober with relatives in Winn
-Mrs. J. W. Seigler and child
-en have returned from Sullivan,
[sland after an absence of severa
-Mr. R. H. Hood will b
leased to see his friends a
W. R. Rabb & Co's where he nov
ias a position.
-Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Geri
eave to-day for their home ir
)cala after spending several days
t the home of his mother.
-Miss Leila Beaty leaves to
lay for her home in Charlott(
tter a week spent at the home
>f her uncle, Mr. W. A. Beaty.
-Miss Pauiline Gwaltney oJ
iickory, N. C., is, spending a few
lays with her brother, Supt. E.C.
Naltney, at Mrs. W. B. Creight's.
-Mr. Julian Arnette of Mon
icello has taken a place with
bear Drug Company, where be
rill be pleased to see his friends.
-The following young men left
r the Atlanta Medical College
aturday: Messrs Leroy Habe
icht, David Bryson, Frank
ordan and Sease Clark.
-Mrs. Edwin Wolfe, who spent
he month of September with her
other, left last week for Fort
Taocock, N. J., where Dr. Wolfe
s to be stationed the coming year.
-Miss Maggie Hamilton will
e assistant to Clerk of Court
Iyles, taking the place of Miss
i Dwight, who has filled it so
iiiently for the past four years.
-The union service w'.l be
eld at the Baptist church next
~unday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
pecial attention is called to this
hange of the hour from 8 to 7:30.
-There will be a meeting of
he John Bratton Chapter of the
)anghters of the Confediracy
'riday afternoon at the residence
f Miss Laura Gerig at 4:30
-Rev. L. Mellichamp of North
arolina preached at St. Johns
barch Sunday morning. The
ecessor to the late rector, Dr.
udd, who was so much beloved
y his congregation, has not yet
-Mr. 3. 3. Heeden, a Syrian,
as opened a shoe shop in the
fuller building and will b e
leased to have your work. He
; a good workman and is centrally
,ated. Give him a chance at
our nest work.
-The Woman's Foreign Mis
iunary Society of the Methodist
hurch will meet this afternoon
fter prayer meeting. The ladies
id Society will meet at the re
idenca of Mrs. Williforp to
3orrow (Thursday) afternoon at
-There will be no preaching
tthe Methodist church next
nday morning as the pastor,
ev. Henry Stokes, will go to
ethel that morning to deliver
he annual address before .the
airfield and Richland B-ble
--.Miss Vrgie Miller left yes.
erday for High Point, which
>ys much better than the office
iere. This is a promotion thai
ias been won by faithful worb
Lud is very deserved. She is
uceeded by Miss May Mar.
-Mr. W. S. Till retuined tc
Jksonville Friday after a stai
>f several weeks with relatives
Re was very much improved
sis. W. S. Till and her tw(
ehrming little girls, Misses Jessit
Frieda and Florence Woodwa- d
left the next day for Leeds wher<
they will spend a few days wit]
her sister before returning home
-Dr. W. T. Hall of the Column
bi Theological Seminary preach
ed at the Presbyterian churcl
Sabbath morning and at tb
cnclusion of the service, ther
was a meeting of the congrega
tin, at which a call was extend
ed to Rev. 3. M. Holladay c
Manning to become their pasto:
r. Hollday had p-eached he:
the preceding Sabbath and ib
coogregat'on was so much please
with him that the call was extenc
ed They are very enfot's IC
him to aept.
--:Mr. A. C. Brid" agI who was
fbrifietly secretary of th Y. M.
. A. for North and South Caro
..na; spent Monday in to*n in the
iiterest of this work. There are
-quite A number here who always
contribute for carrying on the
> work of the association ih the
towns and colleges, and so he
3 received quite a good contribu
Stion for this purpose. Winnsboro
I is one of the best supporters
among the smaller towns of the
State of this great work. Mr.
f Bridgman is giving only a part
of his time to this work, as he is
now- a student at the Theological
-Seminary in Columbia.
r -The funeral services of Miss
Sarah Beaty were held. at the
Presbyterian church Wedaesday
- morning at 10 o'clock and the
interment was immediately after
in the charch yard. The pall
bearers were: H. W. Hanaban,
' Thos. Jordan, E. P. Matthews,
R. E. Caldwell, R. S. Ketchin,
and Dr. D. Aiken. The floral
- I tribute was most beautiful.
f Among the relatives and friends
- who attended these last sad rites
were: J. L. and Thorne Beaty of
- Charlotte, F. H. MeMaster and
s wife and Miss Jennie Lee M.-j
I Master of Columbia, Robt. Beai)
of Lancaster, J. Means Beaty of
Greenville, Mrs. M. H. Mobley,
t Miss May Ketchin, and E. M.
Andrews of Colambia.
To Walker's for Millinery.
We have now on exhibition one
of the largest and most complete
stocks of millinery .we have ever
shown, including all that is new
est and most desirable. Oar
opening was very successful, and'
we have received new goods
almost daily since that time. Oar
line of.trimmed goods the best
and largest assortment ever shown
before. All tbe newest effects in I
veilings, etc., and everything per
taing to an uf -to-date stock.
D. V. Walker & Co.
Dezth of Capt. R. Ii. Geza.
I The sad news of the death of
Capt. it. H. Goza of Norway has
just been received here by a
friel. Capt. Goza was koocked
off his lever car a few days ago.
He was brought to the hospital
in Columbia, wbeie he died, and
was buried at Irm o, in Lexingtoa
county, the home of his wife's
parents. He leaves a wife and
several children. He was section
master at White Oak for several
years and was loved and esteemed
by all whbo knew him.
Ofr J. L. Wer.rn, represent
ing the Globe Tailoring Company
'of Cincinnati, will be at the store
Iof D. V. Walker & C~ipaiy, to
day and to-morrow, Oct. 3-4, and
will be pleased to take your
measurement for a suit or for an
overcoat. He has been here cn
several preceding occasions and
has been remarkably successful I
in pleasing his customers. Be
sure to see him on this trip and
get just what you need.
Death of Mr. A. R. Pettigrew. e
Sunday's State contained a
dispatch from Bristol, Tenn,
announcing the death there on
the day before of Mr. A. R. Petti
rew, was a native of Fairfield
county and who lived here till (
some years ago, when he- moved s
to Tennessee. Two brothers I
survive him, W. T. Pettigrew of
Chanie and G. B. Pettigrew of
Columbia. His wife died about
one year ago.
MilMiss Itaslha Newman has
arrived and will take charge of
the m'llinery department of Mrs.
J. L. Richmond. She is an ex
perienced milliner.' Mrs. Rich
mod has a very attractive dis
play of nmillinery and will be
pleased to have her friends call
to see her before buying. She is in
the cozy little rcom next to G. A.
A Beloved Pastor Passes Away.
AL his home in Spartanburg
Saturday after months of suffer
ing Rev. W. A. Rogers breathed 1
his last. On account of failing
health he had not been in the
active ministry for several years
past, though in that time he has
done good service for his church
as financial agent of his alma
mater, Wofford College, and as
assistant editor of the Southern
Christian Advocate.. Mr. Rogers
was 57 vears old, and one of his
first charges was the Winnsbor o
Methodist charch. He was a
most useful man to his church
and one of the best beloved pas
tors in the whole connection. A
ngood true man has gone to his
reward and the number, who are
-sorely bereaved by the departure
of this close friend, are legion
-throughout this state, not only in
Shis own church, but in other
Schrches a.s well.
OIL! OIL!-Get your Machine
m d Cylinder Oil here. T. M.
OYSTERS AND FJ.SF-I will
e have f esh fish and oy'sters
Saturday and will be glad to
-fill your orders for the same.
r Best beef at all times. Jno. W.
Every lady in the county should see our R
variety, the NEWEST WEAVES and the MOST
goods you see at 25c a yard are pure cotton. IV
hunt over two cities to find them.
Fifty cents a yard is a price that we can sh
Skirtings, 54 inches wide; then you will find all th<
You get the best possible value in these goods.
We offer a fine line of fancy weaves at 75c.
At $1.00 the yard we offer a great variety o
Our 50-inch Broadcloth at this price is the qualit3
We give special attention to Black Dress G<
patterns at whatever price you wish to pay.
SILKS OF EV
A special bargain in 26-inch Black Taffeta
and -1.25; Fancy Silk for waists and suits, in new
the colors will please you, but the quality and pric
When you buy a nice dress you want a hat I
the newest goods; we give the best work and most
we sell you the best quality at low prices.
We want your trade and we offer inducemeni
ta trade with us. Try it,
&WE GIVE PREMIUMS.
We absolutely Guarantee every piece
We pay freight on all "Casi
Covered in Silkaloid. Bac
This Beautiful Solid Oak
~ae-Seat Rocker, just like
Cash or Credit.
Beautiful Green, Red and
when open. A Be
- - Cash
~eautiful Iron Bed
ith Brass Rings, Brass
nobs, Brass spindles be
ween Brass Riugs. Comn- -
lete with Slats and Roll
Cash or Credit.O LU
Fresh Beef For Sale..
Every Saturday, b eg in ni n A
)ctober 6th, fat and tender beei
old in any quantities desired, at
)awkins station. Will ship on
nidday trains, if ordered. Prices
to 10 cents at Dawkins. GOOD
Montgomery Place, Dawkins,
. . W e ha'
For ale.the prices
The fine plantation of Alexander
Villiford, deceased,on'e thousand acres,an so t
miles west of Winnsboro.
For terms ai-ply to
(. W. RAGSDA LE, pe
Notice to Contractors. DRY
Bids will be received at this office
intill Oct. 15th at 11 o'clock to build a
)ridge over Little R s er on the county
e between Richly ud and Fairfield asB
e- plans and specifications in the
mupervisor's office at Columbia, S. C.
rhe Commissioners reserve the right
o0 reject any or all bids.
W. D. STARLING,
9-2-3tSupervisor. W e w i
One Black Mare Mule, medium size.
Broke out of pasture on September 19th.
[las a light yoke on. Last trace of
nue was near Mr. Watt Simonton's,
n the Albion neighborhood, going in
the direction of Woodward or White
Oak. Anyone taking U u i a lI
ill be liberally rewarded by not ifymng WOOD
B. E. LYLES,
9-2-t .Blair's, S. C. WOOD
.. . GASOL
Final Discharge. LUMB
otice is hereby given that the un- Can f ii
dersigned will :lpiy to ID. A. Broom.~ 5 BUCKI
Judge of Prohntle for Fairfield County,i Secure a
on the 2t'th day of October, A. D.
1906. ait 11 o'clock A. Mi., for a tinal
dica~eas Administratrx of the Cet
estte f M B.Rains, deceased.
MRS AMANDA F. RAINS, --_
926-4t Administratrix- Estate
S.th pert:>ns inetd
.........- .i -.. e cplease make pa.
--, -t". signed. BE3
.11 stock of DRESS GOODS. We offer the greatest
FASHIONABLE COLORS. Nearly all the dress
e have 25c goods tiat are PART WOOL, and had to
ow you a wonderful variety at. We have heavy
3 nicer goods in either plain patterns or mixtures.
also some heavy goods and suiting at this price.
specially fine goods in plain and fancy patterns.
usually sold at-$1.25.
lods, and in this line you will find the very best
it 75c a yard; very fine and heavy Taffeta at $1.00
colors and plaids, at 50c, 75c and $1.00. Not only
o match. Our Millinery stock is large. We have
stylish trimming, and a very important part is that
s to get it. You will find it pleasant and profitable
of our Furniture to be as represented.
i Orders" of $ro.oo or more.
-lor Suit=-3 Pieces
k Maiogany Veneer. Per Suit
Solid Oak Chair, Cane
Seat. Nester looking
than cut. Each
Cash or Credit.
3rown Velour. . 48 inches wide
tuty. Our specialprice ..
Solid Quartered Oak
24x24, like cut..6.50
for the asking." .. Our 'special prices
BA.C.Cash o redit.
S AND PRICES COUNT.
ye the goods and we have
;. Our goods must be moved
ie prices have. been put to
ee us before buying your4
G ROGERI ES,
AGGING and TIES,
iGIES and HARNESS.
I save you money.
M. W. DOTY.
MOWERS AND RAKES.
RUFF HAY PRESSES.
ER, SHINGLES, LIME, CEMENT.
ING MATERIA L, all kinds.
I your bills, large or small.
WYE MOWERS $36.50 to close out.
t one before they go.
er MaChine & Lumber Co.
Notice. WANTED-Your inliuiries for
einte claims against Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mould
Falm(ie *) ings, Balusters, Columns,Brack
27 to n ,d ets, etc. .Get our estimates
to said estate will, before placirg yonr order.
-menit to the under- I Hansville Wood Mfg- Co
TJ 31 ('ATtr. Ha-rrsi_-e S. C. Q -12