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NOW IS THE TIME
Plant Turnips. I
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Get Your Seed at
Jno. H. McMaster & Co.'s0
* Phone 39. Druggists.
All Fresh Stock
All parts and fixtures for these
machines always in stock. No
better machines on the market.
See me before buying.
M. W. DOTY.
We Sell Ihem for Less
Try us on your next pair or bill of Shoes
and be convjmced that we do just what we
~-----sy~-we'carry in stock all the new Toes and
Leathers. Just now we have some extra
bargains to offer you in Footwear.
When in the city call in and inspect our
stock. We v/ill take pleasure in showing
you our line.
Farmers' Work Shoes a specialty.
HARMAN'S SHOE STORE.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
1725 Main Street. Postoff ice Block.
For Summer Comfort
There is nothiing better than a
Hammock or a Lawn Swing.
Come and see the attractive of=
ferings in these.
Lounges, si ngle - and double,
give comfort the year round.
Especially attractive bargains
on these comfort=givers.
Window Shades. Extra good,
Only 25c. complete.
Baby Carriages and Go-Carts
add to the happiness of the little
fellows. Get them here.
Especial attention called to our
line of Rockers and Bed=room
Suites. They are most attractive
and we want you to see them.
H. E. KETCH IN.
I can show you the jprettiest line
of FIGURED ORGANDIES and
LAWNS in town. A look will con
vince you that they are the best and
cheapest you can get anywhere for
F,-2,EO n R LAUIMDRDALE.
Wednesday, July 25. 1906.
-Mr. Tom Jordan is visiting
relatives in Samter.
-Mrs. Oliver Johnson has re
turned to her home at Leslie's.
--Mr. R. E. Caldwell is spend
ing his vacation in Atlanta.
-Miss Maria Brunson of Flor
ence is visiting relatives in town.
-J. E. McDonald, Esq., is ia
Virginia on professional business.
-Miss May Ketehin is at home
for the summer from Lumberton,
-Miss Hattie Vernon of Well
ford is the guest of Mrs. J. E.
-Mrs. Jno. Oneal and children
of Rock Hill are visiting relatives
-Mr. C. H. Gaskey of Laurens
spent Sunday with Rev. Henry
-Miss Mary Love of Rock
Hill is the guest of Miss Annie
-Miss Alice Walker has re
turned from Orangeburg where
she has been visiting for several
-Miss Eller. Ellison has re
turned from the State summer
school at Rock Hill.
-Rev. Henry Stokes attended
the Rock district conference at,
Yorkville the past week.
-Mrs. Belle DesPortes of
Ridgeway is spending a few days
-Prof. L. C. Galloway of Due
West was in town last week in the
interest of Erskine College.
-Mr. J. H. Gibson has gone to.
Jackson, Ga., to spend some time
with an uncle living near there.
-Misses Isabel and Christine
Gooding are visiting their aunt,
Mrs. Oliver Johnson, at Leslie's.
-Miss Annie Ketchin left last
week for a stay of several weeks
at Zirconia, N. C.
-Miss Eunice Propst of Hop
is spending this week with her
aunt, Mrs. Mary Landecker.
-Mrs. E. D. Rou has returned
to Columbia after a visit to her
brother, Mr. J. M. Jennings.
-Miss Kate Jennings of Co
lumbia spent last week with Mrs.
J. M. Jennings.
-Misses Ruby Sparkman and
Ethel Jolly of Florida are visit
ing Miss Lucile Gladden.
-...Mr. S. J. Gladden who lives
near Gaydens had a. mule killed
by lightining Sunday afternoon.
-Miss Lettie Maree of Cordes
ville, S. C., is the guest of Miss
Theo Rabb at her suburban
-Mrs. Addie Williford and
children left Saturday for Edge
moor, where they will spend the
-Messrs 3. H. McMaster,
if. S. Wylie and A. M. Owens are
enjoying a short stay at Black
Mountain, N. C.
-J. F Fooshe spent Sunday in
Spartanburg, en route to his home
in Winnsboro, from Charleston.
Spar tanburg Jounal.
-The Misses Chandler of Au
gusta, after a short visit to their
uncle, Mr. C. M. Cha.ndler, left
Monday for their home.
-The farmers' institute at the
court house next Monday, July a0.
Be sure to see the Clemson ex
hibition car. It-will interest you.
-Miss Helen Reed, teacher of
elocution in Converse College, is
spending a few days in town as
the guest of Miss Janie Ketchin.
I-The Winnsboro nine did not
fare so well in their game of ball
at Chester Thursday afternoon as
the score was 4 to 1 against them.
- -Miss A4nnie Belle Stewart
of Tampa, Pla., and Bese Bar
ron of Rock Hill were here to
attend the Miller-Jordan wedding.
-Mr. J. C. Caldwell and grand
son, M'r. Joe Caldwell, left Friday
morning for Stearns, N. C, to
spend a few weeks with Mrs.
M. W. Doty.
-Mrs. J. I. McFadden and
children, after spending several
weeks with her mother, Mrs.
M. E. Eitgreaves, have returned
to their home near .Rock Hill.
-The auditor of Fairfield was
not one of the 14 auditors who
failed to have their abstracts with
the comptroller gerneral at the
time required by law.
-Misses Sara Beaty, Louise
Sitgr.aves and Rebecca Hanahan,
after a two weeks' visit to Mrs.
M. W, Doty a.t Stearns, N. C.,
have returned home.
-Mis. J. W. Mayo is on a
visit to her parents, Capt. and
Mrs. T. J. Cureton. Mr. Mayo
is now at Canton, Ohio, being
connected with the government
-Mr. and Mrs. Orlander Weeks
have retaraad to Waldo, Fla.,
after spending sev'eral months
with the latter's mother, Mrs.
-Begin at once your turnil
planting with ruta bagas. Thbe
stock varieties may also be plant
pd now. Prepare the patch fo:
the planting of your table varie
-Come to the farmers' insti
tute at the court house nex
Monday, you will enjoy looking
through the Clemson exhibition
car. And it will be instuctive
-Mr. H. Langly will mov(
Monday into the front of the
store room now occupied by Mr
Jno. M. Smith, who will move
his shop into the rear of the same
-Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Reic
are enjoying the delightful seE
breeze of Wrightsville Beacl
this week. This is a popular
resort with them, as they usually
take their summer vacation there.
-Miss Theo Rabb and hei
friend, Miss Lettie Maree, whc
has been with her for two weeks
past, are spending a few days this
week in Ridgeway with Miss
-Mr. Farmer, you will miss a
pleasant and profitable day if
you fail to come in Monday, July
S0th, to the farmers' iDstitute to
see the Clemson exhibition car.
Don't stand in your own light,
but be on hand.
-Rev. J. R. Millard and family,
of Fairfield county, came Friday
and Mrs. M. E. Elliott and daugh
ter, Miss Mamie, arrived Satur
day afternoon to spend several
weeks at the old Elliott home on
West End street.
-The Commercial Club will
have the formal opening of its
rooms on the evening of the 31st,
when they will tender a reception
to their lady friends. The rooms
of the club are open every Thurs
day afternoon for all lady visitors.
-Friends here have received
invitations to the marriage of Gen.
Thomas Ross Robertson of Char
lotte to Miss Gene Clarkson,
which happy event will take place
at the bride's home at Hay Mar.
ket, Va., August 7.
-The farmers' institute nexi
Monday should be largely at
tended. It will be worth youi
while to ride miles to see the
Clemson exhibition car which
will add so much to the interest
o these exercises.
-Mr. K. R. McMaster lefi
Thursday for Charleston where
he was to spend a few days with
friends before taking the boat for
New York. He will spend seve
ral weeks at Atlantic City. Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Chapman and
Misses Marjorie and Laura Chap.
man of Spartanburg went on this
-The Fairfield Baptist Sun.
day 'School Convention meets
with the Winnsboro Baptist
church this week. The full pro
gram will be found on the firsi
page. In addition to the interest
ing numbers contained in the
same, Dr. Lee Davis Lodge,
president of the Limeston<
Female College, has been securei
for an address Friday evening.
Dr. Lodge is a very active workei
in educational work and is a mosi
attractive speaker. It will be a
treat to hear him.
Civic League fleeting.
The members of the Civi<
League are requested to meet at
Mrs. W. A. Beaty's on Friday
afternoon, July 27th, at 6 o'clock
A full meetinig is desired.
OPuShoe Bargains at Walker's
~-100 pairs of Ladies' Shoes
formaerly $2.00 and $2.50, at onl3
One Dollar to close out. ComE
The following invitation an
nounces the approaching marriage
of one of Winnsboro's daughters
who for the past few years haE
made her home in Columbia:
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henry Jennings
request the pleasure of your company
wedding reception of their daughter
Mr. Benjainin Arthuv Tolbert
on the evening of Tuesday, the seventh~
from nine until eleven-thirty o'clock
one thousand and two Lumber Street
Columbia, South Carolina.
Mr. Martin Withdraws.
Mr. Editor: On account of be
ing unable to make a thorough
panvass of the county~ I have de
ided to withdraw from the race
for the office of county superin
tendent of education. With
many thanks to my friends for
their repeated assurances of sup
port, I am
Milo B. Martin.
Parties Wishing Wheat Gr~ound
will note that our mill is operat
ing and turning out a good sample
of flour on good clean wheat.
Flour samples forwarded on ap.
plication. Railroad rates afford
a cheap method to send to mill
from a distance, and return shin
ments are carefully made witl>
The flidgeway lholler Nills.
]|aD V. Walker & Companj
have the most attractive bargainm
in Ladies' Shoes ever offered ir
Winnsboro-100 pairs, former13
2.00 and $2.50, only One Dollo
to close out,
Get ready for hot weather by get
have just what you want, and espi
our White Goods, the finest and si
to 5oc. the yard; fine Wash Orga
Linon and many styles of lace effe
Fine colored Lawns, Mulls, Orga:
a yard; a specially pretty line at ic
We can trim all these for you wi
Laces and Embroideries ever showi
but the prices are cheap.
In light Silks we are showing in'
39c.; fine soft Jap.and China at 5oi
values in silk.
Our April business the best we ei
we have the styles, the quality an,
and then the prices are low. We ;
goods by express and can please yoi
Up=to-date in style and quality t]
in Oxfords, Gibson Ties, Vici, Paten
prices as low as they have ever bee
Oxfords at 5oc. a pair. Gents' low
er, Gun Metal Calf; all the new shal
Some Prints at 4c. the yard; 36=11
14 yards Androscogan Bleach $1.oo
Sixteen dozen fine Negligee Shirt
and $1.25, special price soc. and 75
There is a reason for spending yc
it will pay you.
Farmers' Institute j .
The farmers, institute will be VV * r
held at Winnsboro Monday, July
30, and every farmer and every
farmer's wife in this -section
should be on hand to hear the -
instructive addresses that will be
made that day and to see the I
Clemson exhibition car, in which j have
there will be many things of in
terest to all. Remember the1 .
date and be on hand. Remnem- I Will Lra
ber also that ani institute will be
held at Blackstock the following
day, July 31.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. w l u
I am a candidate for re-election to yOU WVill
the House of Representatives, subject
to the action of the Democraticpri
mary. A. HOMER BRICE. fC .
The friends of T. S. BRICE nominate
him for the House of Representatives,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primary. B a sa.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the House of Representatives,
subject to the action of the Democratic
Thrimary. of w. DIXON.
Th fiedsofCHARLES H. LEITNER
hereby announce him as a candidate
for the House of Representatives, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
I anm a candidate for re-election to T H
the House of Reprerentatives, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
prima.iy. JAS. G. McCANTS.
I hereby annonnce myself a eandi
date for re-election to the office of M O2
Treasurer of Fairfield County, subject,
to the action of the Democratic pri-j ALL
mary. A. .LEE SCRUGGS.
Couty, AUDTTOR, 1R
I macandidate for re-election to
the office of Auditor of Fairfield
Cutsubject to the action of the Before buying a
Democratic~ primary. E .PGN
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Auditor of Fairm
the Conyujc Aoteacino
fiel Conty sujCt toTEaction.o
I hereby an'nounce myself~ a candi
date for re-election to the office of Judge
of Probate of Fairfield County, subject
to the action of the Democratic pri
mary. D. A. BROOM.
COUNTY SUPERVISOR. BAN
I hereby announce myself a "nndi
date for re-election to the ot1ee oi
Supervisor of Fairfield Coi.nty, iub.
ject to the action of tlae Dentocratic C
primary J. B. BURLEY.
S We want your aic
tun the platform of permanent im- in ayndpea
provements, better roads, good bridgs,~ ge~ailpes
and how to get them, I niake the race1 aLcount with us,. cc
for Supervisor of Fairfield County, sub-~ see us anyhow.
ject to the action of the Democratic In our Savings D
primary. T. C. LEITNER. rate of 4 per cent]i
COUNTY SUPT. OF EDU(.ATION. JlanIOtb.
I hereby announce myself a cand W. R. R4abb, Pre
date for the office of Superdutenident of T. WV. Traylor, V
uea4~ction of Vpir~leld C.ounty, subject
to the action 'of the Democratic >ri- I ~
mary. T. M. JOR DA . W .R
The many triends of C. A. Ronissox1.W.T
hereby announce him a can didate fort J. C. But(
County Superintendent of Education, D. V. WV:
subject to the action of the Democrati. J. . H
primary-R. Y. Tu
Kodol Oypapsia aro S. C. Cat
ting light weight goods. We
.ciady invite you to look at
ierest Organdies, price ioc.
ndie, Persian Lawns, India
ndie. Lawns as cheap as 5c.
c. and 12 1=2C. a yard.
th the prettiest patterns of
ii here. We sell fine laces,
black and white Suziene at
:. and 75c. These are great
ier had. The reason for it is
d variety to please every one,
ire constantly getting new
Li in the newest styles.
.e best; just what you want
t Leather and White Canvas;
i. A job lot Ladies' White
shoes in Vici, Patent Leath
pes; prices the lowest, quality
ch Unbleach 4c. the yard;
:s just received, worth'$i.oo
Get some of these.
ur money with us,gbecause
it to Trade?
a few New Buggies that
de for horses or mules.
7 your mule or horse, if
sell at summer time
hfBest Liniment Used
)f Myrrh GUARANTEED.
RS AND RAKES.
PARTS KEPT IN STOCK.
MOWER or a WAGON, it will pay
you to see
K OF FAIRFIELD
WINNSBORO, S. C.
ount and will appreciate it and make your bank
nt for you. If you have not already opened your
me and tell us why; if you have, then come and
epartment interest is cheerfully allowed at the
er annum, payable qjuarterly, January, April,
ident. J. M Jennings, Cashier.
ice-President. Hugh S. Wylie, Teller.
Lbb, F. R. McMeekin,
aylor, T. WV. Ruff,
banun, JT. R. Curlee,
uaban, J. L. Mimaugh,
rner, .Leroy Springs,
heart, J. M. Jennings.