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WE hAVE JUS.
1.50 Lbs. of T
We want to furnish you
Early Red or Purple Top
White Flat Dutch
Mammoth Red Top White
Wood's Improved Red Top
Extra Early Purple Top
Southern Snow White Globe
The man that won the pr(
ConNty Fair bonghi
Jno. H. McMi
Is sure enough doing the Big
Why? Because he has up=t
sell. He is hustling all the t
the trade. A call will convii
is marked down to suit the t
You will have to see t
how we can sell them at
ures. We will not be ur
A new lot of Men's ar
suits or single piece at b4
Summer Dress Goods
rest of our immense stot
Ladies', Men's. Boys'
and Slippers in endless -
Qur Notion Departmer
Call and examine thos
Waist Patterns and Jz
Mantle Scarfs and Table 1
Overalls a specialty.
See our line of Ladies'
Men's and Boys' Shirts
Yours for busine:
Pour Schools: A
SYSTEM OF WID
GiRASS BLADES and GR
own the grass and weeds at
CALE BEAMS FOR WEI4
Be sure to see our bea
J. W. SFE
with what you need.
arly Strapleaf White Globe
>omerarian W hite Globe
arge White Norfolk Globe
arge White Cowhorn
Purple Top Yellow Aber
7olden Ball or Orange Jelly
Purple Top Yellow Ruta
miurn on turnips at our
his seed from
ster & Co.,
Business of Winnsboro. t
o=date goods that will h
ime to get goods to suit
ice you that everything u
imes and your pocket. 11
hem to understand :
such very low fig= 0
d Boys' Clothing in I
in proportion to the
and Misses' Shoes
'ariety. Prices right.
it is full and com
e silk=worked Shirt
.panese Drawn Silk
overs, at a bargain.
of all grades.
ts, Laws, Sciences and
BERl 27, 1905.
lumbia, S. C.
ASS HOOKS for cutting j
out the place. Handles a
iiHNG COTTON. GET
it Iiful assortment of s
Wednesday, Aug. 9, 1o05
-August wedding. Guess who?
-Mrs. W. C. Boyd is visiting
-Mr. H. B. Refo spent yes
erday in Chester.
-Mr. H. Langley spent several
ays in Columbia the past week.
--Mr. Chas Elliott left vesber
ay for a short stay at Wayies
ille, N. C.
-Mr. Jno. S. Catheart has been
n a short visit to relatives in,
--Mrs. U. G. DesPortes is with
er daughter, Mrs.. I. C. Miillr,
-Mr. Jno. B. Stevenson has
oved into his new cottage on
-Misses Leila and Kathleen
leaty of Charlotte are in town
-Rev. J. L. Freeman conduct
d soecial services at Lebanon
chooll house the past w eek.
-Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Harby
ava returned from an extended
isit to relatives in Florida.
-Messrs Preston Rion and
Iugh S. Wylie left yesterday for
3ack Mountain, N. C.
-Misses Madeline and Annie
lay Pryor of Chester are visit
ag Miss Rebecca Walker.
-Mr. W. R. Elliott lef t Mon
.ay for the state farmers' insti
ute at Clemson College.
-Mr. John L. Hinnant has re
urned from Blythewood, where
e spent the past week.
-Miss Carrie Stewart left Sat
rdav for Columbia where she
ill visit friends and relatives.
-Master Joe Elliott of Colum
*ia is on a short visit to his
rand mother, Mrs. M. A. E'Liott.
-Miss Lavelette DaPre of
)avidson, N. C. is the guest of
le Misses McMaster this week.
--Miss mary Pagan goes out to
er home in the country to-day
spend her vacation of about
-Misses LuTelle Sherrill and
lester Steele of Mooresville,
Z. C., are the guests of Miss
-Mr. Harold Kellam is stop
>ig over here for a few days on
tis way from Edgefield to his
tome in Virginia.
-Miss Mattie Martin of Green
-ille came in Saturday to spendl
er two weeks' vacatiorn with her
nother, Mrs. S. G.~Martin.
-Mr. Joe Cummings, who is
onected with the Laurens Cot
on Mills, is spending his vaca
ion with relatives in town.
-Mr. L. W. Dick, who is
'epresenting the college of
lomen of Columbia, spent a
hort while in town Friday.
-Mr. T. K. Elliott had the
risfort'ne to lose his fine saddled
Lorse last week from lock-jaw,!
aused from a nail in the fo:t.
-Winnsboro's second nine
laed a team from Rtidgeway
lo~nday afternoon, the score be
:ag 11. to 4. in faLvor of the home
-The first open boll of cotton
"as reported to this ofice by Mr.
. B. Mason August 1; the first
ne brought in was by Mr. Geo.
. Rion August 2.
-Miss Lizzie Cureton entar
ined very charmingly Friday
ternoon a large circle of friends
honor of Mrs. H. E. Gooding,j
ho is spending some time in
-Mr. E. M. Quattlebaumn, who'
olds a responsible position with!]
wift & Company at Pensacola,
spending his vacation here w;ith
is paents, Dr. and Mrs. 13. J.
-Mr. J. A. Hinnant's family isI
ow occupying the home of Mr.
rarrison near Mt. Zion, while
>me improvement are being
Lade on their hom~e on Co!lege
-There will be no preaching
t the Methodist church next
unay, as the pastor, Rev. J. 13.
ampelL wOT be. at Wards as
sting in e sei 6 s2neci l
rvices at that plae,
--MISS Jeaniette B3ighami wen
Winsboro yesterday to visit
er frind, Miss Annie Keichin.
he will also spend a e day
-th her c:>usin, Mrs. T. P. Bry
>.-Chster Lantern, Aug 4.
-The remains of John Cook,
on of Homner Cook, colore~d, were
rogh ho Monday. John
-as killed in ia di1iegity~ at Salis
ury lFriday right. AudLLe
'ailtield negro, Ela~ke, was killed
t the same tiamo.
-Supt. L. T. Baker spent a
chile in town WVeduesday. d1e
; ow conducting the summer
chool for teachers for itichland
ounty. Mr. M. W. Peurifov,
rho formerly taught in this.
ounty, is one of his assistants.;
--Hon. C. S. Ford, of Mitford,
as purchased a lot on Yo'rk
ret, at the baseball ground,
.d has let the conitract for the
ection of a handlsome buliding.
Vhtn comiplet-d the family will
ccupy l.-Chester Lanten~
-Mi: Lce .uatle~ws. whc
has been wnEh friends in Aiken for
sever-l weeks, rhtoned home
Cooding li;ive returned from Sa
uda, where they have been for
several weeks past.
--Miss Davsie Brockington, as
sisted by Miss Mit Martin, will
open a dianCing School at the
Armory, beginning this Wednes
iay night, August the !)ti, from
8:'0 eight to 10:*0. All who
wish to joini this class should
apply to o0ne of the above yo'ung
h~ohies as s(oni as poiOSh').
-1r-v. .. WV. Dou:.dass of
i;limore prtached1 at the 1unijon
services tat the A. 1. P. church
SIuda ev enhig, much to the de
light of his many friends in this
his home county. Accompanied
bv hi, sister, Miss Eugeni: Doug
liss. and his cousin, Miss Isabel
Dougiass, he left Monday even
ing for an extended trip to various
points in the north and Canada.
They will be absent about a
Winnsbcro will cross bats with
Columbia again this afternooon
at 5:30 o -lock sharp and also
to-morrow at the same hour.
The Colun:rbia team is said to be
mnch strengthened and gool ball
is promised. Admission 15 and
VMasons' Fruit Jars in all
sizes at closest prices. M. W.
frr ashpots, All Sizes from
1 to 15 gallons at T. M. Haynes.
New Rural Routes,
Mr. J. C. Stewart has been ap
pointed carrier of the free rural
route going out from Wood
wards, defeating his conpetitior
by one- ourth poiut. There
were about ten applicants hero
Saturday, standing the examina
tion for the position of carrier on
the two new routes that are to go
out from Ridgeway. The first of
the*e will go north east for a few
miles and fhen go sornth, crossing
the Longtown road and making
an inner circle within route num
ber one. The other will go west
from Ridgeway. With these
three routes there will be but few
families in the vicinity of Ridge
way that will not have the ad
vanatges of a daily mail service
at their doors.
f r.mublers, Tumblers- 21
Dozen more of those bargain
tumblers at 2 for 5 cents at
T. M. Havnes.
JUST RFCEIVED-BIG LOT
Window Shadies. Bargains at
25 and 50 cents.-L. Landeck
The W. C. Beaty Comp-my
have ent' >d our advertising
columns and their first annouce
mnt is that old standard wagon
they have been selling so long -
the~Mitchell. See ad.
K. R. McMaster is also to be
numbered for the next twelve
months with the advertisers in
The News and H-erald. See his
advertisement of Mowers, Wagons,
The L. S. Morrow Company at
ion are in for thie trade in their
wtion with prices that speak
or themselves as, their ad will
J. E lgarx Po :g, who is known
dover South Carolinai and very
argely thoughout the whole
South1 as the imaLn "who cuts the
~arb to suit yrrtaste" maikes
ui offering~ of somie very desirable
airufeld pjroperty, in this issue.
')va ireally mean business, then
oig is vour unn. But he hasn't
at the timeo uor the inclination
oecrry on a correspondence
ast for the fun of the thing.
Jr. Poag is a man of business
md a firma believer:in printers ink.
These new advertisements con
;iderabl'v swell the amount of ad
er tisne now carried in the News
Lud H-erald, wh-ich is being more
ld)ye precatedl as the ad
ertsig teaumi for reaching~
he people of Fairilld.
19Z H ere s a~ g'oo 1 one-cer'
in:tioI dipper, funuel and strain
-r, t-heap. R~oas~ters. at bargain
riees Other use.fal household
r.& ticle at specil pices. lR. A.
.sMc~aster Conripany a-e
ii vy e-pe-ting their shipmen~lt of
uran md.See them before
GfTSEWOLSiON won't make a
' hk-o back stra~ght. neither will it make
Sashor 'kg Iong, but it feeds soft bone
-a-d heais diseased bone end~ is among
the~ few nine means of recovery in
rickets ard bone censumptioni.
'Send fo r fre-e smple.
UcT xC'owNE, Chetas,
..-45 Pearl stree:, .New York.
It will help you to kee
a supply of Light
in all sorts of
Cal special attention to
stylos. Also beautiful Pa
To go with these light Nv
Embroideries in match pal
Fine stock of other Sun
-Stitch Hosiery, in pretty p
Corsets in the new shapes
Pretty styles in Oxfords,
We have them in the corre
* Splendid line of fancy V
* We can help you solve i
quality of the goods you n
The Winnsboro team fully sus
tained its record last week of win
ning all the games played on its
hone diamond, defeating Ridge
Spring in two successive games,
Wednesday and Thursday after
noons as shown in the official score
below. There was general regret
that the first game was called,
while the visitors were still at
the bat, though it was wholly in
accordance witn the terms agreed
upon and there would have been
but little possibility of the visi
tors catching up.
AB R H PO A E
Daivis, B. ss.......... 5 1 1 2 3 0
Q uattlebaumn ri...4 0 2 0 0 0
Ellison, T 86.......5 0 o :; 0 :
Dbavis, .............. 4 0 2 2 0 0
McDonaldd 2b.....4 1 1 2 1 0
Bye,]1b..l ........... ... 4 2 1 S 1 0
Center 9..............4 2 2 2 0
JTordan..lf........... 4 1 :3 2 1 1
Elliott. ..c.............. 4 1 0 3 0 0
Totals................ 28 8 13 24 8 4
AB Rt H PO A E
Out z s.... ........ .... 4 1 2 0 0 0
Cooner W. 11).....4 0) ( 5 0 0
Cornier JTim. 2b.......4 1 2 G 0 2
P'errv:b ................ 1 2 1
E:d erds P. c ......... 0 0 S 2 0
(Car wile ef..... ....... . 0 0 1 0 0
("oiner .Jule. If........ 0 2 0 0 0
Wantsoni rf............ 3 0 0 3 0 0
EdAwardsB1. p..........0 0 0 1 0
Totals....... ..30 5 24 5 4
Earned runs Ridge Spr-ing, 3 Winns
boro 3. Twvo base hits Bye, Center
liirst on halls Center 0; Edwards 1.
Struck out by Center 2; by Edwards
n.Lett on bases Winnsboro 7; Ridge
Sprin g 2. Double plays Jordan to Bye,
Center to Bye. Passed balls Elliott 1;
l-:dwards 0.~ First l~ase on errors Ridge
Spring 2; Winnsboro :3 Time 1.30.
UnIuire Gi M-ing.
The game wa called inl the 8th in
Win nsboro ... 12 4 20 230-17 1310~
Ridge Spring..0 0 0 1 11 1 4 0-s 10 151
Batteries Win nsboro, Ellison, Elliott;
lsidge Spring, Perry an~d Edwar(is,
For Qver Sixty Years
Mis. Wm~iow's SOOTmIxo SYnRP
has been used for over 60 years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect se'c(e5s s
I t soothes the child, softens the gui.,
allays all pain; cures wind colie, and is
the best remedy for Diarrhoma. It will
re-lieve t he poor little suffrer imnmedi
ately. Sold by druggists ini every part
ofI the world. Twenty-five cents a
botle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Winslow's Sooth ing Syrup," and take
no other kind.
ifT veray grecblnized as
wesom, ad i
ey agreeabl dou
Phove t25a' exq i
p cool and add much to your comfort if you have
Weight Clothing. We can supply your wants
Light Weight Goods for Summer wear.
pretty and sheier material iii White Goods-great variety of
terns in colored Org:ies and Muslins at reduced prices to U
eight goods, we have an extra flue lot of Tal Laces and Swiss
terns-all very cheap.
mer necessities, such as thin Lisle-Thread Hosiery, Drop
attern, Gauze Underwear, pretty and cheap; Summer styles in
-vest makes, Invisible, Lacing and W. B.
S H OES.
Sandals and Southern Ties for men, ladies and children.
At shapes. Prices low and quality the best.
Ehite and Colored Shirts. Prices low.
he hot weather problem to your satisfaction, both in the
eed and in the lo-prices you pay.
MiE TO SEE US.
1 Dry Goods Company. =.=
Preserve Your Fruit,
Have Fruit and Vegetables
in the Winter Time.
PINTS, QUARTS AND ONE-HALF GALLONS.
Jelly Glasses in two sizes.
Call on us and we will treat- you as well as
Under Winnsboro Hotel.
Mowers and Rakes.
I have just accepted the agency for the CELE
BRATED McCORMICK MOWERS and RAKES, and
can supply you wvith these deservedly popular ma
chines and repairs for them.
I am still handling the DEERING MOWER and
RAKES, which never fail to give satisfaction. All
Deering repairs in stock.
Both these popular machines at prices Guaranteed
as low as those of inferior makes. DON'T BUY till
you see these BEST OF ALL Mowers and Rakes.
M. W. DOTY.
=~THE BEST. MADE.==
Many satisfied customers
in Fairfield County testify
to their superiority.
~Be sure to call here if in
need of a wagon.
Xnr C. BCiATY CO..