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Local and Personal
Miss Dimple Elliott is in Ne%
Mr. A. E. Davis spent yester
day in Columbia
Mr. Gaston Mear.s of Ridge
way spent Monday in town.
Mr. S. E. Lyles was a businesc
visitor in Columbia yesterday.
Mrs. Samuel Lindsay w .s a
visitor in Coldnibia on Monday.
Ye Olde Time songs at the con
cert Friday night at 8:30 o'clodk.
.Dont't miss it. What? Th<
Old Time Concert Friday night.
Mrs. Mollie Ladd of DawkinE
spent last week end with Mrs.
j. 0. Boag.
Miss Gertrude Harby is visit
ing her parents at Winston
Salem, N. C.
Dr. Theodore Quattlebaum o:
Columbia spent Sunday here with
Mrs. K. R. MeMaster went t<
- Charleston yesterday for a stay
of several days.
Mrs. H. E. Gooding and child
ren of Columbia are the guests
of Mrs. R. C. Gooding.
Messrs. W. D. Douglas and J.
P. Caldwell went to Greenville
Miss Sara Ruff of Ridgeway
was the guest of Miss Helen Mc
Donald one day iast week.
Miss Katharine Ellison whc
goes to Winthrop college, iz
spending this week at home.
Mr. S. W. Heath~of Winnsboro
was a visitor in Lancaster or
Wednesday. -Lancaster News.
Mrs. K. R. McMaster left
yesterday afternoon for a visit
of a couple weeks to Washington
and New York.
'Miss Lilla Skinner returned tc
her home in Ridgeway on Tues
day after spending a week with
Miss Julia Gantt.
*isses Irene Smith and Hazel
Harden of Chicora College spent
-st week end in town with their
Unibnie.vices will be held in
A. R. P. churehon Sinday night.
Rev. G. C. Mayes will pieach the
We are glad. to see Mrs. A. Lee
S'druggs back in her usual place
in the Treasurer's off.e, after
her recent illness.
ItWilliam Elliott, Esq., attorney
~f~ orthe Parr Shoals Power Comn
hOparny, spent last night veith his
e y o t ees
South Cai-olina.wi visit.St.
JQhmgeliahrch on'iext Sdinday
anldainister the confirmatiodt
Dr. Charles Jennmngs of Jack
sonville is ~spending today it
town with his mother, Mrs. Nora
Jennings, who is in very feeble
Mrs. Charles 1}uff returned last
week to her home in Newberry.
She was accompanied by her
mnother, Mr~s' Aiva .Stevenson,
who spent several days with her.
Miss Nellie M. Pearson has
been confined to her room this
week with a light attack of pneu
monia. Her sister, Miss Lena
Pearson, of Columbia, is with
iMrs. W. L. steele and Miss
Elizabeth Taylor returned this
mnorning to their home in Ken
tucky aafter spending severa
weeks with Mrs. W. R. Doty.
Mr. John H. Gibson is mail
man on Route 3 while the regular
carrier, Mr. Louie Bye is having
his vacation, which he is spend
ing with his par-ents at Wallace
Mr. Jack Patterson of Ken
tucky, who was here with the
Cooley Auction Co.. spent th(
week~end with Dr. W. R. Doty,
- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Robinson
Miss Maude Robinson and Mist
Kate Traywick composed
motoring party who spent lasl
Monday in Columbia.
.Miss Rachel Bigham of Chestei
died at the Woman's college a:
Due West. where she had been i
student, on last Saturday. She
-- was-19 years old. Her death was
due to blood poison.
The regular March meeting C:
the John Bratton Chapter, U. D).
C. will be held Friday afternoon,
at 4:30 o'clock, at the residenec
of Mrs. WV. H. Willinghamn. The
ladies are requested to come pre
pared to pay the semi-annua
Mr. WV. J. Johnson came uI
from Ridgeway yesterday to takE
Judge Bownan home with hin
for the night. .Judge Bowmai
returned this- morning and re
sumed his duties in the cour
room after having spent a pleas
ant night with this congenia
There will be a box supper a
Centerville graded s:hool onriTues
day night, March 14. Beside:
the boxes, there will be other at
tractions such as fortune telling
fantastic neckties for sale, guess
ing and beauty contests, a cak<
walk, and refreshment booths.
The public is cordially invited V
come and brino- boxe
KILLED BY LICKNIG. P
I One Colored Man Dead and
Another in Serious Con
miles west of White Oak, during
the storm ef Tuesday evening
one colored man was killed by
lightning and another was ren- 0
dered unconscious for several fi
hours and is still in a critical con- a
dition, but Dr. J. E. Douglas, m
who is attending him thikks that a
he will recover. The two men1b
were driving a mule and had M
been to see Mr. T. W. TravlorI f(
about some business proposition.
They had started home when the ti
storm came up and had reached t1
a tenant house and just gotten t(
on the porch when a flash of T
lightning killed one of them ind Iw
Edmund Brown, the other man,4
.was rendered unconscious for b
Subscription Reduced One ir
More Month. bi
As we failed to mail out state- u
ments during the reduction period s<
we are going to extend the time bi
by which you can get The News B
and Herald for $1.00 for one J(
more month. The proposition is b:
a simple one-those who pay F
what they are due the paper up J(
to January 1st, 1916, at the old I B
rate can get The News and Her- 01
ald during 1916 for $1.00. During
this month we will mail state- In
ments to all on our list and we tf
hope that they will respond di
promptly. Those who do not b;
will.be cut.off from the list., We h
pay spot cash for everything that o
goes into making the paper,and w
have not the means to do this on
time. We would dislike to part V
with a single name.on our list
but-we have n't the- means el
to do'a time business 'and adopt cl
this rule as a necessity. K
We are also sending out hun
dreds of sample copies to those
who are not subscribers to The
News and Herald with the hope L
that they. will take advantage of
the dollar rate and become --a
.member of the News and- Herald
JYrymen Visi ParShoals.s
Three sets of jurymen tryiig -
as many cases of damage suits
against the Parr Shoals Comoany
have visited the surrounding ter
ritory of this plant this dourtin'
order that theys might arrive at
an intelligent decision as -to
amount, if any,\damages to as
sess against the eorqpany as a re
suit-6f an. overflow of :water on
tw liAmen whoie o'ton' at
Tuesday had 'a rough trip of it -m
Two of' the automobiles stuck in f'
the mud 'and 'others had. to be C
sent out from town to brinig themi as
in, arriving here in the night Pi
Another set has gone to that si
point today. All-other jurvymen at
have been discharged as no' other a
cases will be taken. ur this court. of
We understand that there are H
still about ten of those already at
instituted yet to be tried. b
District Meeting Caled. ..
Central Division W. M. U. in- E
stitute is to be held in the Cam- vi
den Baptist church March 28-29, Ri
1916. The Central D)ivision in- L
ludes Fairfield, Orangeburg, vi
Kershaw and Moriah associa
tions. Each organization in these
associations should- be represent
ed. Please appoint delegates at
once and send names to Mrs. W.'
R. Watkins, 1508 Littleton St., ce
Caden, S. C-.i
William J. Orr and Miss Pluma vs
Workman both of the cotton mill oc
village, were married by the 'w
Judge of Probate last Tuesday. d~
Palmer Brice Wins Quick L
Palmer Brice, who last year
went into the United States navy p
and entered the traning school att
Norfolk, has won quick promo
1tion. As a result of his gradu- 01
ating from the training scolin
the first section, he was assigned,
on the first of the year to ther
Signal Corps, where he made r
Ksuch progress that, on the first a
of March he was sent to the navy1
electrical school in New York.
It is safe to predict that Mr.
Brice will reach the topmost
round in his chosen profession.:
The negro Matry who escapedI
from jail here,and who is charged P
with the murder of a colaborer Y
at Parr Shoals, has been landed
behind the bars here again by c
Sheriff Macfie. He was captured
i;by Augusta offieials.
T $25 Reward.
T'No,trustees of school district a
No12 the Woodward School, will
pay a reward of $25.00 for suf
ficient proof to convict the party
or parties who entered the build-!
ing, destroyed the black board'
'and otherwise mutilated the fur
* W. W. Turner,
I, Supt. of Education.
P.y that Subscription during~
th Dollar Bargain Period.
'OBERT --lo H RIGE
HAS PASSED AWAY
Former Winnsboro Man
Dies in Columbia.
(-State the 8th.)
Robert: Edwin Brice, member
I a, wellknown Fairfield county
imily and for the last 16 years
resident of Columbia, died this
orning shortly after midnight,
the result of an illness which
egan several years ago and
bhich he had borne with gallant
Funeral services will be held
lis afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at
ie Associate, Reformed Presby
,rian church on Laurel street.
he interment will be in Elm"
Mr. Brice was born at Winns
3ro. July 3, 1868, the son of the
te James A. Brice. He was
iucated at Mount Zion academy
the village. He came about
)00 to Columbia and engqged in
asiness. Two well known Col
mbians, both of whom died
>me years before him, were his
rothers, these being Oscar E.
ricq, druggist, and Paul Brice,
>urrialist. Mr. Brice is survived
7 his wife, formerly Miss Carrie
lenniken, and by three children,
>hn F. Brice, Robert Edwin
rice and -Mrs. C. W. Brown, all
Mr. Brice possessed in a large
easure the kindly virtues' and
te social graces for which his
stinguished family has long
en known and in his quiet way
attracted and held the regard
many people whose esteem is
eteran Presiding Elder Dead
Rev. H. B. Browne, presiding
der of the Methodist Episcopal
iurch, died at .his home in
ingstree on Tuesday. He was
mcaster Girl Struck by
During. the storm Tuesday
ternoon Miss Inez Hough, a
>ung girl of Lancaster was.
ruck by lightning while she was
andingby theftre place inher
me.Thetolt struck her on
le heL.. Some kof her teeth
ere ltuocked out and her hair
as badly singe.A She is in a
G Go to West Point and An-.
an Finley '.has,nominatedtheI
llowingyoung men of the Fifth
ingressonal district as eandi
ites for a cadetship at West
)int and two vacancies as mid
ipmen at the :Ijaval academy
West Point-W. W. Dixon; Jr.,
Winnsboro, principal; James
enry Yarboiough of Lowryville
ud W Harris Thomas' of Cataw
i, alternates.' Eor the Naval
:adm-John Ra.iney ~Saye of
iaron and Herbert Richardson
nith of Lowryville, principals;
rnest T. Anderson of Lowry
le, Frank C. Crawford of
:ek Hill, Erwin Atkinson and
wrene Atkinson of Lowry
ourt Of Commion Pleas 'Still
The court of common pleas
nvened again Monday morn
g, after adjourning late Satur
The case of J. W. Stuck et al
;. Parr Shoals Power Co., which
cupied the greater part of last
eek, was completed on Satur
iy, when the jury rendered a
~rdict of $1500 for the plaintiff.
onday morning the case of
add vs. Parr Shoals Power Co.,
as begun. It was not completed
itil Wednesday afternoon as a
y was spent by the jury at
arr Shoals. The verdict gave
ie plaintiff $800. The case now
i docket is that of Free vs.
arr Shoals Power Co., and the
embers of the jury are at Parr
oals today. The case will be
~smed when they return this
FREE FLOWER SEEDS
astigs Catalogue Tells You All
No matter whether you farm or only
lant vegetables or flowers in a small lot
ou need Hastings 1916 Catalogue.
It is filled (100) pages) from cover to
aver with useful farm and garden infor
It tells of seeds of kind and quality that
ou can't buy from your merchant or
ruggist, seeds that cost no more but
ive you real satisfaction and a real gar
It tells how every customer can get ab
olutely free five packets of easily grown,
'et showy and beautiful flowers.
Hastings is both the best and largest
eed .rm in the South, the only firm that
'on should buy seeds from.
When you plant Hastings Seeds, you
neet "Good Garden Luck" more than
alf way. Write today for their big 1916
hatalogue. It is free. A postal card re
[uest will bring it. I.G. HASTINGS CO.,
I! IVE IRS UVERY
Mrs. Fannie Heron Says Rheu
matism Kept Her in Bed,
SYSTEM RUN DOWN.
She Took Seven Bottles of
Tanlac and Obtained Won- .
derful Relief. Weight
FOR FIVE MONRS.
"I .think Tanlac has been
blessed, it has done me and so
many others so much good," is!
'te praise eiven the Master Med
ici e by Mrs. ' Fannie Heron,
of 10 Taylor St., Columbia,
wife *bf an employee of the Col-'
umbia Street, Car Company. in
her storir-of the almost wonder
ful relief Nlac brought her.
Mrs. Heron must know what
it is to suffer e keenest pain,
for she was conMed to her bed
for five months witrheumatism.
She could not turn iherself, and
every move meant the keenest
pain. She began ta4ing Tanlac,
and now she can *alk several
blocks without suffeifing pain or
'feeling tired. She \has taken
seven bottles of Tanlac and now
weighs more tian .'she ever
weighed before, she sa.ts.
Her remar*abl6 endorsement
of Tanlac follows; \
"I suffered awful agofiV from
rheumatism of the nere and
muscles, I was' forced to r6qain
in bed allthe time for five mop ths
and the pain was so intense that
it seemed at times I could2iot
endure it. During those five
months every move Ineant e
keenest piin. 1 could not ev
turn o.er in bed so much did m4
muscles pain me.
"Indigestion, with which I'
also suffered,' caused me great
pain(, It was eful. My system
was run down, andI lost weight.
"I' heard of the great relief
Tanlac had br6ught to others in
Columbia taking it.
I have ta I can
now walk se W blocks without
feeling pain, or becoming tired.
I am much stronger now and -am
in. good spirits.-My relief is
sinpl wonde4ful- anil know it'
is aell due t anlIe- for I took
no other medinneg along with it.
"I setdalg,weigh more now
than I uge ever weighed before. i
I intenidYo continue tkn Tan-.
.ae until I .~.opltl re
besssd, it jIa dorie (me'and sol
many Dthers so muh rood.
"A 2arge niember of my frends
are taking Tanlae' upon mny e
coimiendation. 'I can lihttily
recomimend it, arid tell almost
every visitor what- great relief it
Then Mrs Heron named sev
eral of her1 ds who she saidi
had receive tbeneifit from1
Tanlae, the mnasterinedicine,
is sold by Obear Drug Drug Co.,
Winnsboro; Ridgeway Drug Coy,
Ridgeway; T. A. Ladd,. Dawkins;
W. H. H. Suber, :Pekk; S. F.
Castles, Rockton. Price $1.00
per bottle straight. .Advt.
Bring your j>rinting to The
News and Herald officea It will
be done promnptly.
~ N account c
the Insurers of Fe
if your property is in
YOU NEED H2
The recent bill passet
causing a majority od
ICompanies to withdra
IAll policies now in fo
turbed until expirati<
of your policies I a
your business in one
Iline companies that
intention to stillreta
S. R. McMA
AUherttobacco I The Fatented
proess protects that! se
And smoked in a mak
refrfshig -and deightf
cigarette happfines An
wifl win you quick as a f
R. J.IREYNOLDS TOI
ANTED-Young man, age
dwork m a general mer
.ahdise .re- as clerk; best-of
cigeretnes on est; have had
perience! WriteT. E. Wilkes,
N -air, S. C.
?OR SALE-40 tons of coun
hay;' 7 tons. of fodder; 150
bushels of peas, different
varieties. Joe Davis, Winns
boro Route 3.
USY BEE CAFE
"Mels t all Hours'
aies and Gentlemen
long been in need of
N UP-TO-DATE CAFE
ur Place Will Always Be
Fund Neat and Attractive
IA. SHAJP, Proprietor.
ext door to D. V. Walker & Co.
fthe confusion that
I wish to state to
efield County that
sred with the
VE NO FEAR'
by the legislature is
the Fire Insurance
yw from the State.
:e will not be dis
if and at expiration
rn prepared to place
f three strong old
~have declared their
~me as their agent.
P-J. Reynods Tab&=c Ca.
al over t
Prince Albert .
or rolled into.
versal! It sa,
which also re
parch, is contr<
other tobacco c
. the national joy smoke
en who haye stowed away gent
cyears; have brought them bac
ince Albert! Get yours out, fi
ver will be abused! We tell you
t pipe free the tenderest tongue!
n's cigarette, Prince Albert is so
that it gives you a new idea of
r wayyou'fire-up Prince Albert, it
ash-it's so good end so friendly!
1ACCO CO., Winstn&MeM, N. C.
ns of Ni
If so we are prepared t<
have had 15 years praet
guarantee all work.
need and we will submi
-OF ALL KI]
Groceries, Shoes, H
Hardware, Farm Su
I Wagons, Lime, Cenm
Agent for Genuine 0:
Planters and Distribi
mick farm Machinery
Your trade will be apprec
every effort to pfaase you.
Y6 s for E
M. W I
ice A . elt:
,o good in pipe
i cigarette that
r. IS noW uu
disfies all smoke
moves bite and'
an be like
e old 6imy i
k to tQe tone ef
)r Yo4 -ir
Prnce Alter wa
in tipw' an4ot -
ta e of A
do it for yu
bing Co. :
iver Plows, Cole
itors and McCor- '
jated and I wilnk.'