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WAS A I
The low prices brough
receive a large stock of N]
Our Buyers a
buying our Spring stock.
of everything for Spring.
Our buyers will make
tion than ever. We appr(
efforts to please our custo
trade by Spring.
Wednesday, March 8, 905-.
-The fire company will meet
this evening at 8 o'clock.
-Mr. J. H. Thornwell, Jr.,
spent Sunday in Rock Hill.
-Mr. Conovera Hartin of Co
lumbia was in fown Sunday.
-Dr. Gregg McMaster of New
berry spent Sunday in town.
-Capt. S. H. Terris of Char
lotte spent Monday in town.
-To-day is Ash Wednesday,
the first day of the Lenten season.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mimnaugh
of Columbia spent Sunday in
-Miss Mamie Taylor of Colum
lbia'was in town several days last
--Mr. G. A. White is having a
br,ick backery erected on the lot
-~-to the rear of his store.
-Messrs. C, F. and Bsatton
Davis of Columbia were at home
Sa few days the past week.
-Mrs. 0. B. Weeks of Waldo,
Fla., is on a short visit to her
nother.\Mrs. Sallie Gladden.
-Mr. E. P. Davis of Duke,
N. C., is on a short visir to his
parents, Mr. anid Mrs, James Q
-Miss Nannie Jordan returned
Saturday from Pineville where
she has been visiting for several
--Mrs. J. Harry Foster has ro
tuned to her home in Lancaster
siter spending several weeks with
relatives in town.
-Mr. 3,. C. Weir, of Columbia,
is in town for the purpose of
inoring deep wella for Mr. Dixon
and Mr. Ragsdale.
-Mrs. R. E. Wylie of Laneas
ter cam~e over with Mayor Wylie
last week and spent several days
with former friends.
-The Etate summer school
will be held this year at Clemson
eollege. The date for the same
has not yet been fired.
-As tne time for planting
&isws near, let 'e farmers stand
p~at on their determination tc
jredee the cotton acreage.
-Mayor T. H. Ketchin left
Mfonday evening for the northern
smakets, where he goes to buy
hsis spring and summer goods.
..--Th garden is too importapt
Sa festare of the borne-life for it
to be neglected. The attention
:given to it will bring in good re
-Mrs. Wi11iam6 teele, of Nich
olaeville, Ky,, is on a visit to her
wihose she will remain for several
-Rev. B. E. Turnipseed o:
Lancaster spent Wednesday ii
town and conucuted prayer meet
sing at the Methodist church that
- ---.With the fine weather of the
past Law days the farmers hav4
had time opportunity to get theit
larma work, with which they have
been so far behind, in good run
-Misses Esther E. F'isher ani
JIane D. Keenan, of Philadelphia
wrho h,a.a been on a visit o
seceral .davs to Mr. and Mrs
J3. D. MLcCarly. leaive to-day fo:
an extended ,visit to Cuba.
-Mr. Mf. W. Doty left Monda:
0ight for Atlanta for the purposi
.of buying another lot of yoini
unules. HUe xequests that all wh<
A2ave not boinht will wait uinti
I great crowds, and our sto
EW SPRING GOODS.
re now in the Nor
In a very short time we ca
We have now ready for y
extra efforts to get better 1
ciate the liberal patronage
mers we expect to receive 2
11 Dry Go
he retuns, when he will have a
nice lot for them to select from.
-Until March 15th the treas
urer can collect your taxes with
only 7 per cent added thereto.
After that date he can not collect
them, as they will then have to
be put in the hands of the sheriff
-Mr. W. H. Crawford of John
son City, Tenn., spent several
days in town the past week at the
bedside of his brother, Mr. G. W.
Crawford, whose condition has
been very critical. He is now
thought to be slightly improved.
--Mr. J. C. Mackorell is haviag
the home he recently purchased
on College street painted, which
adds very much to its appear
ance. The work is being done
by Mr. Chas. F. Hod ges, of Blck
stock, who makes a specialty of
painting .ind hanging paper.
-Supt. L. T. Baker spent Sat
urday in Columbia, and while
there made an addrelisa'to the
Richand County Teachars' asso
ciation. By special request of
the teachers of iRichland he will
again conduct the summer school
for that county.
-Mr. J. J. Ward who has been
superintendent of the Fairtield
Cotton Mills for the past year
left Wednesday with his family
for Huntsville, Alabama. Mr.
E. C. Gwaltney of Lancaster has
been chosen as his successor and
il arrive in a few days to take
charge of the mill.
---The Old Romestead Male
Quartette which was advertised
to appear in ti e Thespian Hall
Thursday evening, March the 9th,
will not be able to come on
account of the sickness of one of
their number. They will, how
ever, bhe here at an early date,
which will be announced later.
-The witnesses from the cot
toj pill here who attenned the
Skipper trial in Winnsboro this
week request as to~ return their
thanks to the citizens of Wirare
boro generally for their kind hos
pitality during their stay there
and especially to the following
ge~tlemen of that town: Messrs
Wilii and Riley Stewart, W. S.
Weir, R~obert Crawford, B. G.
Tenant, Jamaae OLgdden, J. L.
Hawes, Dr. D. Aikon, Cief of
Police Bob Kirkpatrick, Probate
Judge D. A. Broom, and Sheriff
tiiiBe sure to remember that
D, V. Walker & Co''s cost sale
closes this week. They have
bargains for yoiu.
K. of P. convention.
The Knights of Pythias con
iention of this district will be
held with Winnsboro Lodge No.
108 April the 5th, This district
embraces the lodges oC Chaeser,
Lancaster, Kershaw, Rock Hili,
Fort Mill, Ridgeway and Winns
boro. A most interesting program
is being arranged for this meet
ig of the convention.
girP~arties desiring typewrit
ing can have the same done in
short order at iThe iew/s and
Herald office by Miss Mary 1'gau.
who will be pleased to have your
*D. V. Walker & Co. will
positively ,close their cost sale
rthis week. Do not fail to take
advantage of the great bargains
*they are offering.
~ ~ The Kind YOU Have Always Bought
re is now in condition to
i show you a comple stock
our inspection many new
bargains and a finer selec
given us, and by extra
still larger share of your
flunicipal club Meeting.
The Winnsboro Municipal Dem
I ocratic club is hereby called to
meet at the court house Frictay
evening at 8 o'clock for the pur
pose of electing officers and ar
ranging for the primary to be
held the third Monday in March,
the 19th, to nominate the candi
dates to be voted on at the regu
lar election in April.
W. C. Beaty, President.
J. E. Coan, Secretary.
WANTED-Thirty-five h e a d
small cattle for pasture. Ap
ply to T. W. Ruff, Rockton,
Elsewhere in this issue is
printed in full the act passed at
the recent session of the general
assembly relating to compulsory
vaccination. In this connection
Mayor Ketchin has requested us
to announce that the new law
will be strictly enforced and that
all parties in town who have not
hitherto been vaccinated will
have to be at an early data. IHe
has just ordered for the town a
large number of points, which
will be furnished free to all desir
ing them. Arrangements will be
perfected for the vaccination of
all who are not able to pay for
the same. Those who have not
been vaccinated should have the
matter attended to at once.
Foley's Kidney Cure makes the kid
neys and bladder right. Contains
pting injurious. Sold by McMaster
A Coming Marriage,
The following invitation has
been received by friends in Winns
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Willingham
arequest your presence
athe marriage of their daughter,
Mr. 1Iobert L. Haliford,
Wenesday #teynp.gn1 Mrph
nineteen hundred and five,
at two thirty o'clock,
Winnsboro, South Carolina.
t oyle after March twentieth,
Timmcasvill, S G,
No close Carriage Paint flade
will tear as long as Devoe's.
No others are as heavy bodied,
because Devoe's weigh 3 to 8
ounces more to the pint. Sold
by John H. McMaster & Co.
The farmers of Wolling met
March 1 and organized a Cotton
Growers' ass3ociation. The fol
lowing were elected officers:
M. D. C. Colvin, P.tesident.
T. Ji. Dye, Vice-Fraien
J. W. Jeffares, Siecretary,
E W. Coleman, Treasurer.
The following delegates were
elected to the county convention:
W. ?. Coleman, W. B3 Wright,
X. D. C. Colvin, T. E. Dye, E. WV.
Coleman, W, J. Woods.
J& y. ~Jffres. Secretary.
LOST-A Crescent set with 2d
pearls. Finder will be liberally
rewarded ou return of the
same to the News and Herald
FOR~ BiLE-Fotgr shares ir
field Cotton Mills stoeg ai
sixt-ive cents on the dollar.
Adress Postoflice Drawer "K,'
Cheter, S. C. 3-1-4t
If you could see our mother play
On the floor.
You'd never think she was as old
On Sunday, when she goes to
It mignt be;
But Tuesday she is just the age
Of Joe and me.
A Winnsboro Woman Asks
"have you a floor paint that lasts
two weeks?" Yes we have De
voe's; it has a beautiful gloss and
will wear two years if properly
applied. John H. McMaster &
Walker's Cost Sale Closes.
The cost sale inaugurated by
D. V. Walker & Co. a few days
ago comes to a close this week.
Be sure to see them before they
discontinue the great bargains
they are now offering. The large
patronage that they have had
during this sale is the best in
dication of the bargains they have
been offering and no one should
fail to take the best advantage of
the bargains that are still being
offered for this week, and this
week only. Their buyer, Mr.
A. W. Brown, leaves in a few
days for New York to purchase
their Spring Goods and when he
returns he will have some in
teresting announcements to make
to the people of Fairfield county,
as he is going to make an extra
offort to bring to this market the
best stock of Spring and Summer
Goods ever seen here.
Letter to' Dr. David Aiken.
Winnsboro, S. C.
Dear Sir: A man said: Send
me 25 gallons. Generally I use
24; don't think it'll be enough.
Had 7 left.
Ordered 9 more for another
job; 16 for the job:
Had 6 left.
This comes from Messrs W A
& F Bower, Methuen, Mass. They
add: This has been our experi
ence all this year.
New agents always have to go
through it. After a little, they
learn to guess better.
29 F W DEVoE & Co
John H. McMaster & Co. sell
Seed potatoes and cebbage
plants at McMaster Co.'s.
Murray'% Threiound4, Mullein and
Tar will cure your cough. La,ge bot,
LOST-Friday evening, on the
road between Winnsboro and
Blair's,. a purse containing a.
lady's gold watch and a locket.1
Liberal reward for its return
to The News and Herald office.
IIsabella, daughter of Mr. and s1
Mrs. W. W. Bi-ooks, was born
February 2, 1901, and died Feb
ruary 5, 1905. While she was
past four years of age, God saw
fit to keep her in a helpless con
dition. Never was she able to
put .her little feet forward and
make one step or look upon
father or mother or to enjoy the
pleasures allotted to little chil
While 1sabella was lov'ed and
cherished by loved ones, God has
spared her to fulfill His purpose1
here. Her mission has been ful
filled. He has called her hence
to His happy bomne in heaven,
to take her soul from its afflicted
d welling place here to Him, where
there~ will be no more pains.
May her loved ones feel that
she is far better off with God than
here to suffer as she did, and mayr
t he a pleasgre to loo'k forward
to the time when they will behold
her in all her beauty.
But why should we weep,
Since death claims all for its
For soon we will join lost ones
4nd we tQo in paradies shall
Always Liberal to Ch urches.
Every church will be given a
liberal quantity of L. & M. paint.
Call for it.
4 gallons Longman & Martinez
4. 4j M. !Pairt% wized with three
gallons linsped qil, will paint a
W. B. Barr, Charleston, W. Va ,
writes, "Painted Frankenberg
block with L. & M, stands out
as though varnished."
W7pgra an1 povera like gold.
Don't pay $1.50 a gallon for
linseed oil, which you do in
Buy oil freeh from the barrel
at 60 cents per gallon and mix it
with L. & M.
I makes paint cost about $120Q
Sc2d by MIcMaster Uo,, WVinns
boro; C. P. Wray '& Co., Ridge
way; Kennedy Mer. and Banking
FOR SALE.--High Grade Seeds,
Field Seeds, Fertilzers, Farm
Implewpents, Seed Ihtatoes,
Onion Sets, Vegetable Seeds;
Grass, Clover and Lawn Seeds.
Write for prices.--Lorick &
Lowrance, inc., Columbia, S. C.
FOR SALE-100 bushels of Flor
odora Cotton Seed at 50 cents
per bushel. Also 100 bushels
of Albemarle Prolific Corn, at
$1.50 per bushel, an abundant
yielder, producing two to five
ears to the stalk; stands thick
planting and is the very best
variety for shredding. Prices
for each f, o. b. cars, Coronaca.
Apply at The News and Herald
office or write to J. D. Fooshe,
Coronaca, S. C. 2-22tf
Notice to Magistrates.
All Magistrates in Fairfield County
ire hereby notified that they must
have their books with proper vouchers
for approval at the County Board of
C'omniissioners at the quarterly meet
ing the first Monday in April.
J. B. BURLEY,
3-8-4t County Supervisor.
Notice to claim Holders.
All parties holding claims against
F[airfield County, issued at any time
3revious to April 1, 1905, must have
he same for approval at the meeting
)f the County Board of Commissioners
he first Monday in Apr:.
J. B. BURLEY,
3-S-4t County Supervisor.
Parties are hereby notified that I
vill most positively enforce the law
Lgaiist allowing cattle and other stock
o trespass on my lands.
3-1-4t E. T. GAYDEN.
All persons are warned not to walk,
'ide, drive, hunt, fish, cut timber,
Llow stock to run at large, or other
,vise trespass upon the lands of the
indersigned, or lands controlled by
hem. All violating this notice will
)e dealt with according to the law.
A. M. OWINGS,
3-14t MRS. L. Y. OWINGS.
EVERY PERSON OWNING A
log or 4 hog is hereby duly notified
Lud given fair warning, by order of
he Mayor, that the ordinance levying
tax of one dollar on each dog, and
;he 9rdiuance requiring that no hog
,hall be kept within the corporate
imits, will be rigidly enforced after
his date, February 28th, 1905.
JNO. J. NEIL,
3-1 Clerk of (quol,
As Agents for the Navassa Guano
,ompany branch of the Virginia
,arolina Chemfeal Company, we offer
'or cash sale a full line of High Grade
k.mmonisted and Plain Acid Fertill
ers; also Kainit, at prioes that will
ay you to nse these reliable grades.
PIRE Il1DGEWAY MILI ING AND
3-1-2t R. A. MEARES, Prop.
Notice is hereby* given that
ooks of municipal registration
or the town of Winnsboro are
ow open at my ofiie for the
egistration of alE persons in said
own who are entitled by law to
H. E. KETCHIN,
Supervisor of Registration.
Notice of Municipal Elec
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
hat pursuant to provisions of Article
'Chapter 49, Volume 1, of tl e Unde
~f Laws of the year 1904, an ection
or Mayor and si Aldermen for the
qwp of Winnsboro will be held in
ile town of Wixnnsbozo, in the Town,
jall, on the FIRST M%ONDAY, (the
bird day) OF APRIL. 1905.
The polls wIll he open from 8 o'clock
.. M. till 4 o'clock P. M.
The following gentlemen are ap
ointed managers to conduct the said
~lection: John A. Hinnant, Longstreet
)antt and Robert Bankhead.
T. H. KETCHIN,
L.etters~ of Marinistration
state of South Carolina,1
County of Fairfield. ?
By .D. A. Broom, Esq., Probate Judge:
Whereas, M. V. Horne hath mxade
uit to me to grant him letters of ad
niinistration of the estate and e#ecta
>f P. P. IHorne, deceasedl
Those iare, th~erefre1 o cite and ad
jiingig all na shlg ai the kindred
mii creditors of the said P. P.
Florne, deceased, that they be and
rppear before me, in the Court of Pro
.,ato, to bie held at Fairfield Court
Ejouse, South Carolina, on the 9th
lay of March next, after publica
Ion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
ioon, to show cause, if any they have,
wvhy the said administration shltid
iot be granted.
Given undev y lhand, th~is 2Mth day
* I. A. BROOM,
Call on me. I ean supply you
at prices that are right.
Bring me all your repair work.
It will be done promptly and at
I want your Furs and Skins,
T. M_ HAYNEES.
We dispose of all not
son. This year we sta
ALL NEW SEL
What are you going 1
Jno. H. McM
Is the sarne
old way of
goods at the
Therefore, we are not
cost. But we will sell 3
at prices that it will be
have bettered in this coi
is a great specialty wi
your old Furniture and
R. W. P H I
pine, good heart) and DRESSE
Also SASH, DOORS, MC
A full supply of good HE2
Call on me for your wantsi
We Have Received
"Landreth's Garden See
so our customers say. The:
them and be convInced,
Under Winnsboro hotel.
We are gi id to announce tha1
than ever before for doing all k
R EPAI R
and that 'ye shall be glad to be
may have. When needing any
or phone us in regard to same.
All business entrusted to us
R. T. Matth
S E Ei DS
sold at end of sea
rt as usual with
to need? Let us fur
S.-Wnnsboro, S. C.
3s the goOd
having to sell out at
impossible for you to 1
unty or elseware.
th us. Bring along
have it made as good
OF ROUGH (long leaf
~ULDING, LATHS, Etc.
n building materials.
i Fresh Supply of
-den Seed -
1's Onion Sets
id and Onion Sets grow,"
r are truelto name. Try
b we are now better prepared
favored with any work you
thing repaired bring it to us
will be promptly attended
ews & Son.