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Friday, Marchl15, - - - 1901
-Road bankrupt notice.
-Read.notice of town election.
-On Saturday Miss Bessie McMaster
paid a flying visit to Columbia.
-M. W. Dity has gone to Rock
Hill and Lancaster on a busess tiip.
-Mr. J. B. Tuer, of Stev.~mten,
has gone to Atlanita for medil treat
-Miss Claire E liott returned 1h0m3
on Tuesday with her father, Mr. II. L
-Mr. C. F Tillmar, of Lincaster, is
in town in the interests of tbc Southern
Pre. by terian.
--The rul~s governing the Damo
cratic primary for the town election
are pr nted in ibis issue.
-Mrs. John De-Portes spent Sundiy
and Monday with Le' daughter, Mrs
J. B. B yd, ii iRidgew'ay.
-Mr. T. WV. Ruff, of Rockton, has
been off on an exteuded tu iness visit
in the northern portion of ths State.
-Mr. Cla k McCants left oa Wed
nes~tay for a visit to his brother,
George, at the South Caro'ina Collage.
-The cacd:dates for nomination by
-the primary will please note that this
tis the last day for them to file their
-Several Matons irtm Coluza,ia
e my up to take part 12 the exercises
<f the Masonic L'ge at its Wednes
day evening mneeting.
-MrN. B. J Qa ' tieb uum and her
daughter, Miss ti. E , are expected to
return to Winnsboro on Friday, after
a two week's visit to the low country.
-Linde~dak & B-rson announ~c
an unusually a trac:ive stock of pftr
cules in their ad. today, and wanf you
to see them to sce th Lt thi4 is no joke.
-Mr. A. WV. Brown has returned
from bis trip to the N rthern markets
where be parcha~s d a very large steck
of up-to date goods t>r D. V. Walker
--The yonuz people of the town are
delighted at tbe prosp c' of tne inett
ing of the Cooking Club on Friday
eveniug at the residence of Mrs. W. G.
-Tuesday afterncon while the fice
company was p)racticing, Mr. Derrick
sustained a painful accident by having
a streamn of water to strike biuni in the
-Miss Louis: Si'greaves is now
:s .ting as li brarian of t be read ing room.
The hours at which the same is open
are from 4 to 6 p. mn., and all are cor
4lally invited to visit the same.
xt W3irptGP, VVG
in er of
Suseke-pers who wish pure
l at crack lIng lard, abou1d
call on their grocers for W. 8 Forber
& Co.'s "Montibello Lard." Every
package guaranteed absolutely pure
Trade mark-"Red Label."*
-Mr. J..P. Caldweli returned Wed
nesdiy morning from the Northere
markets where he purchased the~ spring
and summer stock of goods for the
Caldwell Dry Goods Co. who wil:
have e. full line of up-to date goods.
-Mr. Marvin Jennings, o1 Camden,
has g ne to Golumbia to accept a fine
position in the Trust and Loan Ex
c'>ange bank. H:. has moved hii
family with him and is comfortablj
quartered on Pickens street near hii
-Miss Kellam has returned to het
post as milliner for the Caldwell Dr1
Goods Co. This position she has helt
for the past two seasons, during whici
time she won many friends in Winns
boro. Her ability in her work is fulli
-The baseball team of the Sopho
more c-ass of the South Carolina Col
lege won a glorious victory on Tueg
day afternoon over the Senir clasi
teatn at the college park. Mr. C. F.
Davia, of Winnaboro, is t~he captain ol
the winning nine.
-Mr. T. M. Crawford, of Arkansas,
his mther and his son, are visiting
relatives and friends in town and
in the caunty. His mother is nOU
87 years old, and the has c~me t<
pend the few days left her in her olc
cunty. Her ioi, Mr. ft. T. Craw
ford, saw her get off the traina the othei
n ght, and not expectiag her, or recog
nziug her in the dark, remarked thai
sh-: w?.s too old to travel; but when he
wamked up borne, she was already
there, and be wss both surprised and
rjoiced to see his mnither after an
absence of many years.
Please an:aounca S. T. Dunun for re
election as the town trustee of Mt.
Z:.n Instit-ite. Cit'zens.
Bears as Thes Kind Yes Hats Ahtays Bogi
NOT A CANDiDATE,
IMr. Editor: Please permit ma space
in your valuable paper to say that]
will not be a candidate for warden at
the coming municipal ek ction.
I thank my friends very much for
their me? tion of me.
Very r espectfully,
T~iwanae G. DisPortes.
Encouraged by its success so far we
iave decided to continue our special
mabecription offer on page 2 to April
Lst. We trust that many others will
ake advantage of this special offer.
Very truly yours,
Winneboro Printing Co.
Tte first primary for the municipil
lection will be held Monday. The
polls will be opened at 9 o'clock a. m.,
and will close at 4 o'clock p. m. The
managers of the election will be Capt.
J. A. Hinnant, E. G. Scruggs and
S. C. McDowell, who will be sworn in
tacfore J E. McDonald, chaih man of
the executive cammittce. All members
of the Municipal D mocratic Club will
be entitled to vote at this election. All
cardidates to be voted upon will file
their pledges with the execut've com
mittee today (Fi iday) as it ii the last
day. The names of all who are filed
will be printed on a ticket and ac
cording to the rules ad)pted, no vote
will be counted unless the ticket con
tains the name of one intendant, four
wardens, and one school trustee.
For Over Fifty Years.
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
has been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind calic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea It
will relieve the poor little sufferer
immediately. Sold by druggists in
every part of the world. Twenty five
cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,"
and take ns other kind. 1-1-17
A LIVELY CHASE.
Yesterday afternoon Policeman Gil
bert was notified that a negro had just
gone from Mr. Ref's store, taking a
ham without making any arrange
ments for paying for the same. The
chief went at once to see about the
matter and met him on the railroad
just at the reur of the store. lb re
sponse to Mr. Gilbert's reqest to ac
company him to warm quarters ur
street, he replied that he would not ga
nor was he going to come. In his ef
forts to get away frcm the policeman'"
frm grasp, felt the weight of the clut
several times. He succeeded in get
ting away and gave leg bail In th
direction of Mr. Flenniken's. Afte
wearivg out several of his pursuers
he was overtaken and brought t
headquarter-. He gives his natne a
Will Brown, from Atlanta, and say
Eenne Te Kind YOU Has Ali&i
Uncle Sam has lately determined t
increase the cost of postoffice con
veniences by raising the rent on al
lock boxes. The large drawers whici
have heretofore rented for 50 cents
quarter, will cost 75 cents after Apri
the 1st. The rent of the other oel
boxes has been increased from 57
cents a quarter to 50 cent.. The rez
of the call boxes remains at 25 cents
quarter. The above announcement
will not be received with much pleas
re. There is no reason why thern
sho-ild have been any increase in th
rent of any of the boxes. The boxes
as is generally known, do not belong
to Uncle Sam, but to the post maste
in other than first-class offices. Th
boxes are of conrse a great convenienc
and there are many who would not di
without t~hem at any cost, but they ari
not going to b3 pleased with the ex
or bitant charge that is to be made.
The merited reputation for cogrii
piles, sores and skin diseases acquirei
~y DeWint's Witch Hizel Save, ha
led to the making of wortbless counter
feis. Be snreto get only DaWitt'
Save. McMaster Co.
The Municipal Democratic Club me
i the Court House at 8 o'clock, Marcl
the 11'h, and was called to order b:
President G. H. McMaster wbo re
quested J. E Coan to act as secretary
0- m-,tion, J. E Coin was electe<
pet mainent secretary one year.
The secretary read the minutes 0
the last meetiing, which were correcte<
The secre'ary read the roll as pre
pared wnich was adopted by a vote o
The c >rr m tee on rules governinj
the primaries then made their repor
through its chairman, Mr. J. E. Mc
Donald, who read ti~e rules.
It was moved by Mr. J. A. Brici
and seconded by Mr. J. E. McDonal<
that they be received ; read and adoptet
by sections which was done, dates lel
blank for holding first and seconc
primaries beir-g filled in.
The first primary is to be held 01
the 18.h of March, 1901, and the second
ne a week later.
Ech primary tbe:eafter to be held
First one, two weeks before the gen
eral town election; and second, on
week after the first.
cures Hackln Coughs,
monia and Bronchitis a
few days. Why then risk
Consumption, a slow, sure
death? Get Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. Price, 25c.
Don't be imposed upon.
Refuse the dealer's substitute ; it
is not as good as Dr. BUll's.
s.vato Oi cum Rhaatiss,
Aches ad Pasw. JS 2 a ets.
fray expenses of the primaries was
then di.cnssed at some length, after
which it was decided by vote of the
club to assess each candidate for in
tendant $5.00 to pay such expenses.
The c'ub then went into the elcetion
of officari for another year, the follow
ing gentlemen being elected:
Execative Committeemen.-J. E.
McDanald, J. F. Fooshe, 3. J. Quat
tiebaum, J. A. Brice, L E Owens.
Vice Presidents.-W. C. Beaty and
W. G. Jordan.
President G. H McMaster being
elected one year ego for life, there was
no president to be elected. There being
no further business, the club then ad
journed sine die. J. E. Coan,
Please announce the following for
Jas. M. Smith,
A. B. Cathcart,
W. D Douglass,
Joo. H. McMaster.
The following ticket is put In nomi
nation for the combisg town election t(
be held April the lit.
T. H. KETCM .
JNo. F. DivIs.
JXo. H. MCMASTER.
A. W. Brown.
THE MANAGEMENr OF THI
Equitable Life A-surance Society 0
the United States desires to announ
the. appointment of Mr. J. M. Ellie
.s Resident Agent for Winnsboro an
'tate Boa selt
pduted prices s oE cash. Secon
hand books in god condition will b
taken in exchange by Mr. S evensor
Other stcmnd haud books will have t
be carried to the County Superlntet
dent of Education (with backs and a]
IW. L EOSBOROUG F!, Jr.,
S3-15-2 Co. Supt EducatIon.
AN ELECTION FOR INTE3
dant and four Wardens for the tow
of Winnsboro, S. C.. fir tie ensnin
I year, witl be held in the Town Hall, a
a Winnsb~ro, on Monday, the 1st da
of April, 1901, from 9.A. M. to 4 P.&
Als, in conformity to an Act of th
General Assembly entitled "An A<
r to provide for the election of schoc
trustees, the management of the pul
e l schools And the disbursement of th~
school funds in Spr eial-School Distric
SNo. 14. at Winnsboro, in Fairfiel<
s County," an election at the same tium
-and pla-se will be held for one truste
to represent the town of Winnabor
on the boar d ot trustees for said scho<
SThe following nam-d persons at
a appointed to manage the election, viz.
. . C. McDowell, J. A. Ilinnant, E. C
By order of Council.
JOHN J. NEIL,
In the District Court of the United States
For the Destrict of Southa Caroline
In the Matter John W. Ly les, Bani
To the creditors of John W. Lyles, (
Winnsboro, in the County of Fair
field, and District aforesaid, a bani
f Notice is hereby given that on th
13th day of March, A. D. 1901. th
said John W. Lyles was duly adjudi
stt-d bankrnp ; ani that the fire
t meeting of his cr'ti or' will be hel
-at my offi e, int Winneboro, 8. C., o
the 28h day of March. A. D. 1901, a
. 11 o'clock in the forenaoon, at whici
ime the said creditors may atterid
prove their c'aims, appoint a trustee
examine the hankrupt and transac
t such other business as may properl
come before said mneetir g.
J. E. McDONA LD,
3-15-3 Referee in Bankruptcy.
Seven Per Cent Money.
WE CAN LEND MONEY ON IM
-proved farms at seven per cent. N
'A. S. & W. D. DOUGL ASS,
Attorneys, Winnsboro, U. C.
EARLY L'PRING ARRnIVAL3z
To Give You. a Start on
We are offering new white goods in Checked Muslin, Nain
sook, Lawns, Dimities, Corduroys and Piques. In colored
goods, we are showing some pretty styles in Piques, Cordu
roy, Fancy Gingham, Chambrays and Percals. These are
just the thing for early spring waists.
A very fine line of new Embroideries in match patterns,
both Swiss and Hamburg. A good bargain in short lengths
of Embroidery and Insertion at 5c to 8 1-3c per yard. Some
thing new in Ladies' Belts, with ribbor streamers and spike
ends; also new gilt and silver belting, with tassels to match.
Our Mr. Caldwell is now in the northern markets buying
our spring stock.
Miss "ellam will have charge of our millinery again
this season. She is now in Baltimore buying our spring
We ask that you see our New Goods; it will. pay you.
WE BUY GOODS CHEAP
and we are satisfied with a small profit, so we sell cheap.
"The best goods for the least money", is our motto.
The Caldwell Dry Goods Gompany.
NEW STOCK R. & G. CORSETS. ALL SHAPES,
THE PUBLIC ARE INVITED TO LOOK AT OUR
t -STOCK OF
TKEEPING A FULL LINE OF FAMILY-GROCE.
REI A LSO CARR.Y THE BEST LINE OF
. Sloes in~ Wirgsboo6.
THE BEST HAM ON THE MARKET AT THE
J. DMcCarley & Co.'s.
AS TILE TIME FOR PLANTING IS
I wish to atnnounce that I have a fine assortment of both
SMULES AND HORSES, ready for work. A .few aecli
mated Horses and Mules, for rough arnd heavy service.
THE HIGH GRADE ROCK HILL BUGGIES
always in stock. Rock Hill Onie-Horse 'Wagons. Try one.
Saddles, Bridles, Harness of all kinds and of the best make.
Thanking my friends and the public generally for their
liberal patronage to me, I very respectfully solicit a continu
ance of the same,
a .. .z 134. es D. A r wod
WIN~NSBORO, 5. 0.
f OXFORD SLIPPERS,.FROM $1.oo to $2-50.
VICI KIDS, FROM $1.r~o to $8.50.
ALL KINDS OF STYLES AT BAR
SHOES at from twenty-five to fifty cents a pair
WAinnsboro Racket Co.
C". B. G"2l naAde. Muge