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Fridaty, March 22, - -- 901
-Tne rain Wcdoeaday i.igtzt wa'
-Mr. M. W. Doty has gone te
Orangeburg on a business trip.
--Mr. John Des~ortese, a knight 0]
the grip, was in town Tuesday.
-Miss Racbel McMaster returned to
i ~lg duties at Winthrop Tues
-E ectric lights and water woiks
al e frequently talked about on the
-Mrs. J. L. Mirnnaugh returned to
Columbia Tuesday, after a abort v sit
-Dr. Theod~ore Qutattlebaum, of
Batesbuig, spent Thursday in town
with his parents.
* -Te~ wind Thursday was enough
-ere to be no doubt as to the
.of the vcar.
4' - *Y. P. C. C. wgFbe~eater
tained th ernoon at tbt iece
of Mr. J. Q.
-The printers 1 and
He(rald cffice have pnt c ss
aigg on the door entering e.
-Mrs. J. M. Stewart7
for a visit fo her broth . C.
Rbersoie~whiins very . - otae
-Miss Bessic McMaster eutertlined
her y oung iady frierds Teesdar with
an aftern'>on tea, wt~ich was a most
-Mr. J. W. McRey, the Winnsboro
representative of the Mallard Lumber
Company, is (fl on a short visit to his
family and for busincss.
-Hon. Jno. G. Mobley returned
Wcdireiday from an (xtended visit to
the b!ne grass country, wher e be went
in the capacity of a director of the
penitentiary to Day some steck for that
-Shieriff Ellison has gone toL xing
ton te bring H nry Franklini, who is
nfw lo dged in th3 Lexir gron ji's, to
the Winsboro j iiL Frankllin, as will
be noted 1n anothier cralumnr, i~ he d for
the murder of Jas. Glc.aiug at Mussy
Dale last Novemiber.
-On account of work 'hat is being
done on the A. R P. 1. hurch ,o ser
vices caiu b.e held ther e Sab* a-b; but
the Biptist ctmn:ch has been~ secured
for that dsy, and Rev. M r. McDonald
witi prer ch at 11 in the mnorni..g and
at 7.45 in the ev.nirg.
-Two renawa s h-ive taken p'ace
in the heart of thse town with n the
past three days. Fortunratevy ini both
instances no one was ir jamred. Both of
these r-nnaways were due to the leav
Democratic Club met Tuesday an
declared the results of 'the primarl
There was no chavge made in the vot
as given in by the. msnagers; so th
nominees given in Taesday's pape(
will be the nominees for the comin
town elec ion.
-All houseke'pers who wish pur
leaf all hog fat crackling lard, shoul<
call on their grocers for W. S. Forbe
& Co.'s "Montibello Lard." Ever;
package gnaranteed absolutely pure
Trade mar k-"Red Label."*
Bears the. hKid Yeus aAlwgys
COMMITTED TO JAIL,
Thursday morning Henry Hopkins,
from the Feasterville section, was
lodged in j-t. Hopkins is chargec
with burglary and larceny. The tims4
of the act was last Novembr.
Services will be held in the follow
ng churches on Sunday:
Presbyterian-l1 a. w,, by the pan
t l. Sunday School at 4 p. m. Prayer
mneeting~ Wednesday at 4 p. mn.
Methodistall a. mn., by the pestor.
Snnday - Echn1t 4-:. -~aa.
meeting Wednesda~y at A p. mn.
St. John's Church.-Rev Harold
Tnomnas rector. Morning servce and
sermon at 11 o'cleck. Sunday school
and Bible Class at 4.30 p. mn. Eve
nin'g service at 5 30 o'clock.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONTENTION
According to the usage of the Bip
tist Church, every fifth Sunday is set
aside for a nion meeting. For this
purpose the county associations are
divided into two div;sions: The fifth
Sonday in March tbe lit division of
the F airfield Association will hold its
meeting with Harmony Church, and
the 2nd division with the FairIeld
(horch; but the second fifth Sunday
of th3 year the whdle association come.
toget her in a union meeting or rather
a S-nday school canvention. This
year this convention will be held with
the Winnsboro church the fifth San
day in Jute. Between now and that
tiune the Winnsboro Baptis's will make
some decidt d improvements upon their
property. The parsonage wilt be re
painted, some work will be dons upon
the church, ar~d other work will be
done. In all several hundred dotlars
*i1l be spent in the way of these im
-Miss Nettie Sitgreaves k
returned from New York ar
northern markets, where she a
all the great spring openings.
north she purchased a most <
line of millinery novelties f
A. L. McCarley. Toe Easter
at this headquarters of fashion
held in a few days. Full an
ments will be made later.
Last November, Henry : I
killed Jas. Gooding, another ni
Fairfield county, at Mossy Dale
week, E A. Larick called on t
ernor and informed him that
i3 was in Lexington county, m
at a saw mill; that 1?e was a ver
ulent character, and that h) I
he would never submit to arres
governor told Mr. Lorick be
pay $25 for the delivery of F
to the Lexington jail. The
has been earned, for Franklin
in the jail in Lexington
The sheriff of Esirafild coni
been notified of the capture as
to send for his prisoner.--The E
[['be murder referred to al
we are informed took place ear
November on the plantation <
Howell Trapp near Bethel Chi
For Over Fifty Years.
Mus. WINsLOW's SOOTHING
has been used for over fifty yea
milliias of mothers for their cL
while teething, with perfect at
It soothes the child, softens the
allays all pain, cres wind calic
is the best remedy for diarrhoe
will relieve the poor little st
immediately. Sold by druggil
every part of the world. Twen1
cents a bottle. Be sure and as
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Sy
and take e ther kind. 1
On account of the above occas
Augusta, Go., April 22-27, 1901
Southern Railway announces ret
rates from Asheville, (harlotte
Intermediate points-in North Carc
Tennille and Sivannah and inte
diate points in Georgia and fre:
points in South Carolins to Aug
Ga., and return of one first class
for the round trip for indiydnals
gle tickets), and for military co
nies and brass bands in unife
twenty or more on one ticket,
Tickets will be sold April 20.
26tb inc'usive and for trains sch, d
to arriv- at Auguta prior to noo
Apt il 27th, good to return until A
29t h. 1901.
For detailed information a;
.This season there is a large de
erate among children ft om croup a
lung troubles. Prompt action i
e save the little ones from these terri
r diseases. We know of nothing
g certain to give instant relief as C
Minute Congh ure. It can also
relied upon in grippe and all thri
B and lung tronales of adults. Pleasa
I to take. McMaster Co.
As our correspondent is absent
will venture in a feeble manner to:
Mrs. E. J. McMeekii has return
to Columbia, after a fortnight's vi
at her sister's, Mrs. E'la Wallace.
Mr. T, P. Stearns, formerlyvof Son
Carolina, now a rssident of Spokar
Wash., arrived here Wednesday, t
6th , after aj jurney of three thousai
miles across the continent. Mr. Stear
will be entertained at the home of 1
sister, Mrs. William El. Ruff.
SMrs, E. A, Glenn has re urned fro
Charleston, where she has ben spen
ing the winter.
Mrs. Wicker, of Newberry, is i
euest of her daughter, Mrs. J.
Miss Kittie G:enn entertained a fe
friends in a delightful manner Frida
We are sorry to report the illness <
our esteemed friend, Mr. T. I
Miss Stella Mal Rluff, who baa bee
quite sick, is spending a few days
March 20, 1901.
Prevented a Tragedy.
Timely information 2iven1 Mrs. G~ei
Long, of New Straitsville, Ohio, pr
vented a dreadful tragedy and save
two lives. A faight ful cough bad lot
kept her awake every night. She ha
tried many remedies land doctors, hl
steadily grew worse natil urged to ta
Dr. King's New Discovery. One 6o
tie wholl.y cured her, and she writi
this marvelous medicine also curt
Mr. Long of a severe attack of Pnei
monia. Snch cnres are positive proc
of the match:esa merit of this gras
remedy for cur ingt all throat, chest an
lung troubles. Odly 50c and $1 &
Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bo
tIes free at McMaster Cto.'s drug stor,
JUMPED IN A WELL
Yoikvil'e, March 19.-Our con
inanity was greatly shocked this mori
itng at the anuzourc:mE nt of the deal
last night of Col. John RI. Ashe, pres
dent of the Yorkville cotton mill
Col. Ashe has been overworking bin
self recently in the interests of his ml
and the strain haa been great on hin
During the n'ght his wife missed hil
fromn the room and lbeing a!armed calle
the neighbors and search was made fc
'mplete COU H SYRU
CLWe Had"i Coug
or Mrs. gHa~ g o
Mr. Sore Lungs. Grlpqepn(
opening rponia an roncits h
will be fewdays. Why then r
nounce- ColsuiMptio336 A s1oW, gt
ouc- death? Get Dr. BuII
C*Wh Syrup. Price, 2
be't imposed Wp
Refise the dealers subetite
is nOt as good as Dr. ull's.
ranklin AldW Ot PabW 15AU2gUI
he goy- him. His body was found in a
Frank- the yard.
rorking At a meeting of the stockhold
y turb diractorsof the mill t-s eveni
>oasted P. M. Giime, the popular ?
~. The fendent, was elected temporary
dent. Upon examination of the
would afairs it was found to be entire
anklin vent and able to meet every obli
reward There wif4 be no stopping of th
is now and nnder the management of
dent Grimes success is assured
d told The Outasts: A Tae of the Nort]
ove as Fraser, auth
ly last Moosw th6rs, has just
f Mr. ten for publication in
rch. Satur ening Post a i
stirrin , entitled The
The utoasts are an old bi
3YRuP and a aif-dog, and the gr
jidren part Ihe :story is aboui
ccess. strang comrfadeship and saf
rums, advent s of these compe
and and th' ilgrimage, in ey
rer'to the tant plans
its in grass, of ich the wolf-do
y five There xe action, and stre
k for nf word id phrase in the s
and the 'nch of the soil and
music a charm and sombre
x of the f est. The rush of
frenzied uffalo herd to dea
on at told ,.y splendid drau
, the power. e plan of the bo(
Inced a uni conception, and i
and work ut on novel and ex
olina, ta' es.,
a M BY TO LENI
fare IIVE RED DOLLARE
(sin. real esta Apply at The News
Herald ce. $22-:
rme, TON RIO..4A
still AmaT FR
1 NeP Insurance Compaa
Glen Insuranos Company
I of No
.prl Gef-an 1
so tiig gat,
gang tonic. N~o other preparatia
an rachit in effciency. It It
I ctanll IndigesioBesrbu
1 Sour Stmc, hansel
he:atrlg armpS an
Sick resultsof lmerecdigestli
Bd .an soudysppgI m k
ut sanked by E. C. DeWflT a CO, Chieqgo
s iELECTION FOR INTE3
js A nd tour Wardens for the tow
da innsboro, S. C.. for the ensuin
of V will be held in the Town Hall,.a
m ye ab iro. on Monday, the 1st da
1Wie ri, 1901, from 9 A. M. to 4 P.M
of' , in conformity to an Act of th
al Assembly entitled "An Ac
'- Ge. vide for the election of schoc
to .s, the management of the put
' tr o1. and the d isbursement of th
i' lic~ funds in Spr sial School Distric
sC 4. at Winnsbore, in Fairfieli
Ni ," an electiot at the same tim
-o 00e will be h'd far one truste
an sent the town of Winnsbor,
0 to board oftrustees for said echo.
d" following named persons ar
ted to manage the election, viz.
aY McDowell, J. A. Hinnant, E. G
o erdler of Council.
d JOHN J. NEIL,
S 5 d Clerk.
SAe invited to call and see m:'
* full line of
- including Plows, Hoes, Tract
and Stretcher Chains. I
.also carry everything
Sneeded for the
II Bellows, Anvils, Tongs, ani
-Hand and Sledge
rd \f Wi
EARLY. -LR1KG ARR1YAL81S
To Give You a Start on
-.... We are offering new white goods in Checked Muslin, Nain.
well in sook, Lawns, Dimities, Corduroys and Piques. In colored
goods, we are showing some pretty styles in Piques, Cordu
re ad roy, Fancy Gingham, Chambrays and Percals. These are
g Mr. just the thing for early spring waists.
p s,1,- A veiy fine line of new Embroideries in match patterns,
ly'",il. both Swiss and Hamburg. A good bargain in short lengths
ration. of Embroidery and Insertion at 5C to 8 I-3c per yard. Some
miii thing new in Ladies' Belts, with ribbon streamers and spike
--The ends; also new gilt and silver belting, with tassels to match.
Our Mr. Caldwell is now in the northern markets buying
,wt. our spring stock.
Miss Kellam will have charge of our aillinery again
or of this season. She is now in Baltimore buying our spring
Th We ask that you see our New Goods; it will pay you.
eater WE BUY GOODS CHEAP
'44, and we are satisfied with a small profit, so we sell cheap.
, "The best goods for the least money", is our motto.
the The Caldwell Dry Goods Company,
'h NEW STOCK R. & G. CORSETS. ALL SHAPES,
4 , Attention !
1. THE PUBLIC ARE INVIAlD TO LOOk AT OUR
ON -STOCK OF
P E R C A L. E-S.
They are the prettiest ever brought to this market.
THAT'S NO JOKE.
soCALL AND SEE THEM.
Lauderdale & EBrysor.
RIES,-I ALSO CARRY THE
Sh~oos in WirgsboPo.
THE BEST HAM ON THE MARKET AT TH
J. D. McCarley & Co.'s.,
AS TILE TIME FOR PLANTING IS
I wish to atnnounce that I have a fine assortment of bsoth
MULES AND HORSES, ready for work. A few aecli
mated Horses and Mules, for rough and heavy service' .
.THE. HIGH GRADE ROCK HILL BUGGIES
always in stock. Rock Hill One-Horse 'Wagons. Try one.
r Saddles, Bridles, Harness of all kinds and of the best make.
Thanking my friends and the public generally for thieir
.liberal patronage to me, I very respectfully solicit a contmu
ance of the same,
* 17 h*e. R e..hne - O8 . A. C rawvford,
WINNSBORO, 5. 0.
MON EY SAVED
IS MONEY MADE.
YOU CAN MAKE MONEY BY TRAD
ING WITI- US, FOR WE SAVE YOU
MONEY ON EVERY ARTICLE YOU
BUY FROM US.
rThe following prices tell the tale as to the bargains we
have in stock for you:
12 1-2c. Percales for 8 i-sc.
French Ginghams, worth 12ic., for only 8 1 -3c.
ioo Men's Dress Shirts to go at wholesale cost.
We have a nice new lot of Spring Clothing that has
just arrived, and that is to be sold at bargain prices. We
want you to call and examine it.
Yours for prices,
VWinsboro Racket Co.
C. B. Gladden, Mgr