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WITH THE NEC
Call and give u:
New lot of PRESEla
Raisins and Cii
Dates and Figs
When you step into ou
now have a complete line o
fall styles, and they are ver
saving to you on every pair
:kinds an pric.'Des.
A trial order will conv
Farmers' Heavy Work
Remember our motto:
as7~ Main Street.
iat the cotton crop is
didn't know it when
t the largest line that
ought to Winnsboro;
> be sold. Don't buy
>ur line and get our
mrnmence opening this
cMaster & Co.,
1, a car of AMERI=
FENCING of all
is the best and
on the market.
rH OFF, BUT WE ARE
Syour order now for a
LI Fruit Cake.
ES and JELLIES just in.
the Turkey; Currants,
ron for kthe Fruit Cake.
lso. Fruit Cakes made
W HI TE,
-r Shoe store to buy your shoes. I
alll the new shapesp and leathers in t
yoou buy from us. We carry all grad'
Sho ~ ~ Shes-------..$1 .00 up to $6.00
Sh ~ ~Soes.$1--- 3 .U0 up to $4.00
ShSAe sOeS tFOR LESS MONI
s Shoe Store
..UMMBIA, S. C
Postoff ice Block
Wednesday, NoYember 21, 1906
-Mrs. M.. W. Doty spent Sat
urday in Columbia.
-Messrs John and Charlit
Neil of Columbia spent Sunda
with their parents, Judge and
Mrs. J. J. Neil.
-Mr. J. B. Scroggie of Rion
leads on the largest potato sc
far. The one be brought to this
office weighed only eight pounds.
-Miss Marion Sanders after a
stay of several weeks with hEr
sister, Mrs. J. Frank Fooshe, has
returned to her home in Spartan
-The Cultus club was very
pleasantly entertained by Mrs.
, W. R. Elliott on Friday after
noon. An oyster course was
-Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Elliott
and daughters, Misses Carrie and
Eloise Elliott, returned home
Friday night after an extended
S stay at Hot Springs, Ark.
-Bear in mind the lecture of
Dr. McCain on the evening of the
30th for the public library. A
treat is in store for the people of
Winnsboro on this occasion.
-The "Round Dozen" book
club was delightfully entertaned
by Miss Helen McDonald on
Tuesday afternoon. A s a 1 a d
course and hot chocalate were
-Rev. C. E. McDonald at
-tended the A. R. P. Synod in
Camden, Ala., the past week. At
this synod Dr. J. S. Moffatt of
Chester was elected president of
-Rev. Henry Stokes will
preach at the Methodist church
Sunday morning. This will be his
last sermon before the annual
conference which meets in Colum
bia next Wednesday.
-Dr. T. L. Davis of Rock
Hill, who has been seriously ill
at the home of his aunt, Mrs.
Rebecca Woodward, is greatly
improved and will be soon able
to return to his work.
-The friends of Miss Annie
Bye will be glad to learn that she
has accepted a position as nurse
i n the Magdalene Hospital,
Chester. Miss Bye will leave for
her new work about November
-Miss Eva Chalmers of Char
lotte, N. C., spent Saturday with
Miss Helen McDonald. Miss
Chalmers is a daughter of the
late *Dr. John T. Chalmers, a
former pastor of the~ A. R. P.
-The report of Judge McDon
ald, acting as attorney for the
State board of control, has been
filed, but has not yet been given
to the public. It is said that it
will contain some things of rather
a sensational nature.
-The many friends of Mr.
Paul M. Brice, editor of t h e
Columbia Record, will regret to
learn that he is very ill at the
the home of his father, Mr. 3. A.
Brice. He i s suffering from
cancer of the tongue.
-A few of the supplements
that go out with this issue are
printed on yellow paper, but this
is not to be takeni as any attempt
at yellow journalism, for it was
simply due to a shortage of white
paper in the office.
-Winnsboro sent a large dele
ation to Columbia yesterday to
the unveiling exercises of Hamp
ton's monument. It is, well to
note the patriotism existing in
the hearts of 'the citizens of this
old town and this, if ever, was a
proper time to manifest it.
-The Rhodes-BrattonI Com
pany will be at the Thespian Hall
Nov. 22-24. Prices: Reserved
seats 35 cents; general admission
25 cents, children 15 cents. The
Macon (Ga.,) Telegrsph says:
These people are giving the best
shows of tne season and t h e
Casino people are lucky in secur
Sing their services.
--Wild rumors have gone out
"as to typhoid feiver at the Uni
versity of South Carolina. There
have been in all 11 cases, most of
these among the students of the
mess hall. An official statement
from President Sloan contains
the gratifying news that the cause
has been located and that there
is now every assurance that the
trouble is now at an end.
Mr. F. E Finley of the Cedai
Creek section died on Nov. 1.7
aged 31 years. He had been it
buinessif Columbia for severa
yvears, but a few months ago h
returned to his home, where hi
Vedied. He was a deacon in th
he Bffalo Baptist church. His re
bemains were interred in the Sand
Sa Level cemetery.
s, Mr. P. F. Blum died at hi
home near Blythewood a few day
ago. While he has been in hn
health for some time, his deal
came very sudden. He was
propserous farmer. He leaves
-wife and several children.
NOTICE-W~e have added
hearse to our undertaking bu!
ness. Call on us when in nee
W. 31 Patrick, Woodward, S.
Tribute to a Worthy Womau.
The Chester Lantern pays the
following beautiful tribute to the
memory of a noble woman whose
occasional visits to Winnsboro
were the occasion of much de
3 light to many friends here:
r A woman worth of fame was
I taken out of the world when Mrs.
Kate Patton Kennedy, of Due
West, died a few days ago.
Reared among people of culture,
uncompromising integrity and
sincere piety, she developed and
exhibited all these qualities in her
life, and in a sphere of wide iu
fluence, by precept and example,
she did -a work which eternity a
lone can estimate in moulding
hundreds of useful lives. She
taught a private school with her
brother, Dr. E. L. Patton, West
Female college. She gave up
teaching some years ago, but her
life was an illustrated lesson, her
usefulness continued until the
day of her death, and being dead
she yet speaketh.
The following card announces
a marriage this morning at the
Presbyterian church, which will
be of general interest here:
Mrs. Mary Hill Boulware
requests the honour of your presence
at the marriage of her daughter
Mr. Jasper McClair Gettys,
on the morning of Wednesday, the
twenty-first of November;
at ten o'clock.
at the Presbyterian Church,
Winnsboro, South Carolina.
Winnsboro Charge at Greenbrier
Church November 23-25.
The fourth quarterly confer
ence of the Winnsboro charge
will be held at Greenbrier church
Nov. 23-25. The following inter
eating program has been pre
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22.
9'30--Address on Church Exten
sion by Rev. J. W. Daniel, D. D.
10:30-Business of the Confer
1:30-Song and Praise Service.
2:00-The Sunday School Cause:
(a) The Pastor and the School
-Rev. Henry Stokes.
(b) The Parent and the Sunday
School-Mr. S. R. Rutlartd.
(c) The Big Boy Problem-Mr.
T. E. Delleney.
(d) The EpwortgLeagne-Mr.
'7:30-Sermon by Dr. J. W. Daniel.
SATULRDAY, NOVEMBER 24.
9:30-Methodism and Education
Mr. J. F. Fooshe.
10:00-Woman's Foreign Mission
Work-Miss Mabel Cutlee.
10:30--Woman's Home Mission
Work-Miss Beaufort Lyles.
11:00-Sermon by Rev. R. E.
Stackhouse, P. E.
:SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25.
11:00-Sermon, followed by Com
munon, Rev. R. E. Stackhouse, P. E.
WANTED-A good Milch Cow.
J. Frank Fooshe.
WANTED-To sell car of Weber
Wagons. Best wagon on the
market. All sizes and tires.
Come and see them. W. M.
Patrick, Woodward, 8. C.
"Ihooks of Subscription.
By virtue of a commission to the
undersigned issued by Honorable J. T.
Gantt, Secretary of State, books of
subscription . to the capital stock of
Fairfield Land -Company will be
opened on Wednesday, 21st November,
1906, at the store of Jno. H. McMas
ter, Wmnnsboro, S. C.. at 10 o'clock
A. M. L. E. OWENS,
J. F. FOOSHE,
J. H. McMASTER,
Notice to Creditors.
All persons indebted to the estate
of the late Dr. T. G. Douglass, will
make payment to the undersigned.
4.11 parties having ciaims against said
estate will present same duly attested.
DR. J. E. DOUGLASS,
C. H. DOUGLASS,
I have leased the hunting and trap
ping rights on the lands owned by Joe
Davis and hereby give dlue notice that
all persons hunting or trapping on said
lands will be dealt with to the full ex
tent of the law.
11-14 4t T. M. HtAYNES.
By virtue of autifority vested in me
as heriff, I have levied on and will
B all before the Court House door in
e Winnsbor() on the FIRST MONDAY
- I DECEMBER next, within the
legl hours of sale, the following tract
Sof land under the Acts referring to de
linquent ta; es:
s School Dis~rict No. 253-Sam Grier,
2.5 acres, bounded on the north by Miss
sFloren ce Feaster, east by Jas. McGill,
(isouth by Mrs. H. S. Gladney, west by
h Miss Florence Feaster.
Terms of Sale: Cash.
A. D. HOOD,
a 11-14tf S. F. C.
e C. S. PIXLEY, M.D~
i, - WINNSBORO, S. C,
d. Offices: 4 Law Pange.
. . Hrs:a. 10 to .
We Wish to Let You Know t
We ask you specially to look at our I
ant to impress on you the fact that
-nade right, will fit right, and
ices right; we don't ask to double our n
k SMALL PROFIT and give you full valu
:o $20.00 to fit regular made, stout and
ve are furnishing in worsteds and cassin
Jo you good. There are lots of cotton woi
..et us sell you a Real Wool Suit.'
In SHIRTS, COL]
we have just what will suit any man of
:otton or wool.
- = - = HA
ve have in the good, solid shapes and in
rour eye and price to please your pocket.
tats made in the United States.
WE LIKE TO TALK SHO
hat shoe value is, and furnish the be
vant. We can please you also in all sha
n price, but we have cut off our profit s(
We take it that you want to save yot
iad for the price you pay. Try us on thi
ide of it. CALL ON US.
wrALSO FULL LINE BOYS' AND CHILI
Part cash, balance o
This Week WelCall Special Attention
Our stock ci Re'dy-to-Wear Hats
most ccfm->lete ir. t:wnr.-Money sa
hayving your Milir'ary here. Comn
too for your Dress Goods and Notic
You will come here for all, your
*Fresh Canned Goods, both Mea
Best Patent Flour at lowest pri<
Blue Ribbon Extracts.
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos.
The Best Fruits all the time.
S. C. J O HN ST
hat We Have a First=Class
ire of CLOTH ING, and we
our Clothing is the RIGHT KIND
wear right. Then we have the
toney on Clothing, we PUT ON ONLY
e. We have Suits in price from $3.50
lim men. At $io.oo, $12.50 and $i5.o0
ieres goods that ARE WOOL, and will
steds on the market that pass as wool.
LARS and TIES
good taste. Also Underwear, either
rs - - - -
new shapes--soft and hard--to please
From $1-150 to $3.00 we sell the best
ES BECAUSE WE KNOW
st value whatever grade of shoe you
es. It is true leather has gone high
as to give you full value.
r money and get the best that can be
s proposition and we will prove our
I Goods Co.
)REN'S CLOTHING, ANY GRADE.
veekly or monthly.
NERY Trespass Notice.
All persons are warned not to
hunt, fish, cut timber, or permit
i to Our their live stock to come on any
part of the land owned or con
troled by the undersigned, or
V trespass in any -way: All tres
passers will be prosecuted.
MRS. REBECCA M. STEEE
is the n-.21-4t
ved by Executors' Sale.
e here on wednesday, November 2sth, at
~ns. the residence of the late Jno. M. Lem
nS. mon, there will be sold all the personal
property of the deceased, consisting of
farmr implements. corn and roughness,
\G mare, mules, wagon, etc. Sale will at
. 1ocok W. J. LEMMON,
'F. M. CLARKE,
l i-14-2t Executorz.
- FOR SALE.
On Novembei 27, 1906, beginnirg at
in 10 o'clock A. M., I will offer for sale to
g the highest bidder for cash at my resi
dence in this county, near Horeb
church, my personal property, con
rocery sisting of the following:
Hogs, Horses, Mules, Cattleaon,
Harrows,B Plw-aes, rren, Fodder,
ts and Hay, Peas. Cotton Seed. Lumber,
Household Furniture and other articles.
Some of the foregoing articles can be
:e. bought at private sale on or before that
One four-horse farm: land level and
in good state of cultivation; a good
7-room' dwellinlg, good water, go
barn, and all necessary outhouses. Wl
Frtentr bparticulars, apply to
NO C. A. ROBIN SoN,
0 .N m10-l-2t Winnsboro, S. C.