Newspaper Page Text
practice "practical economy" S
Every man who has any r
and "good fitting" clothing sh<
There is just as much diff
suit as there is in the making
watch you want to know "hov
"insides." So about clothes.
"insides." How is it built?
some just "thrown together."
Our Clothing is "Built"
"Good Fit" and "Permanent S
We are prepared to show
of the best manufactures in A
We are also prepared to S
of a "well dressed man"-Coll'
sizes; Neckwear in abundance
Well, you will have to
enough about them.
Suspenders, Hosiery, Un
We don't hesitate to sa
"the most complete" and "up
exhibited in this town.
STRAW HATS in
FELT HATS in a
from the cheapest to
We ask you to come and
that we will sell you
-at prices that will astonish you
Friday, A pril 26, - - - 1901
-Miss Sallie Buff is visiting in
town this week.
-Mrs. Jno. A. DesPortes has
been visiting in Ridgeway this
-Miss Alice McMaster has re
4turned from her school at Rocky
-Mr. W. Zach McGhee, of Co
- lambia, was in town Tuesday
-Those interested should not
fgtthe club cetnalled for
. . H. W. RufT of Ridge
'wry, visited the fauanly of her
-Special services will be held
in the :A. B. P. and Methodist
-churches. See notices.
-Married, April 14th, 1901,
C. B. Metheson, to Miss Rebecca
*Jones, by Rev. E. P. Taylor.
-Mr. M. B. Gilbert, who has
been visiting his brother, has re
turned to his home at Welford.
-Mrs. S. G. Martin and family
have gone to their country home
near Mitford for an extended visit.
-Mrs. D. D. Gaillard and her
son, Pierre, left Wednesday morn
ing~ for Duluth, Iowa, their future
-Miss Janie Hollingsworth,
who has been teaching at Wal
laceille, has returned to her home
-Dr. Robt. S. Beckham, of
*Xershaw, has returned home after
a visit to his daughter, Mrs. J.
-Capt. Sligh and Mr. W. L.
Holley have returned from Green
'rille where they attended the
United States court.
-Catcher Quattlebaum proved
to be a veritable Gibraltar to the
whizzing bails from Carolina's
famous pitcher-Edgefield Chron
-A meeting of the subscribers
totecapital stock of the Mer
chants' Building and Loan Asso
ciation is called for this evening.
-Mr. David A. Coleman, of
.Feastersille, has returned from
7HO HAS A REGARD FOR
his pocket-book ani wants to
hould seeour line of SPRING
egard for "well cut," well made
)uld see our line of SPRING
"erence in the "making" of a
of a watch. When you buy a
v about the movements"-the
You want to know how about
Some clothing is "built" and
and consequently you get a
you the "choicest productions"
merica. COME AND SEE.
how you the other requisites
ars and Cuffs in all shapes and
and in all shapes.
see them. We can't tell you
lerwear and Handkerchiefs.
TO HA TS.
that we vill be able to show
to date" stock of Hats ever
endless variety and
1l1 colors and shapes,
see and find out for yourself
been attending lectures at the
medical department of the Uni
versity of Kentucky.
-Mr. Geo. H. McMaster has
returned from Columbia where he
attended the meeting of the State
pension board. Fairfield has no
pe nsioners in Class A, 8 in Class
Band 103 in Class C.
-Mrs. Katie Patton Flenniken,
of Winnsboro, came over Satur
day on a visit. Mrs. Kate Ken
nedy and Mrs. A. S. Kennedy
have been sick for several weeks.
They are in the clutches of the
grippe. Mrs. Flenniken ran over
to see them and to freshen memo
ries of the past in "Dear old Pue
West." Mrs. Flenniken is entitled
to the best Due West has, "Her
very stones are dear," to her.
A. R. Presbyterian.
FoR SALE.-Russell's Big Bolled
Prolific Cotton Seed; 50 cents per
bushel, f. o. b. cars, Ridgeway,
S. C. Address N. W. Palmer.
Says He Was Tortured
"I safered such paini from co nn I
ceuld1 hardly walk," writes il Robi"
-on, Hdilsborongh, Ills., but Bncken;-.
Ainica Salve camp'eteh~ enired them "
Acts like magic on sprainQ, bruise",
ens, aores, scaldia, burns, boils, ulcer'.
Prfec~t healer f .k'n disea-es and
pies. Cure guaranteed by McMa'ter
CL UB I1EETING TO-NIGHIT.
The meeting of the subscribers
to the club announced for Tues
day evening was postponed till
this evening at 8.30 o'clock. A
full. meeting is desired as the
organization will be completed.
FOR RAILROAD COrIMISSIONER.
Representative John G. Woll
ing, of Fairfield county, was in
the city recently and announced
that he will be a candidate for
railroad commissioner in the cam
paign next year.-Chester Re
Off to Europe.
Quite a large party of the young
ladies of Winnsboro leaeve this
afternoon for a trip to Europe.
The party will leave from "Fair
view Hall" at 5.30. They are ex
pected to go by the quickest pos
sible routes, doing a dozen or
more cities in only a few hours.
A Cuban delegation of five del
egates is on its way to Washing
Easter Elections--St. Johns Church
Wardens-C. S. Dwight, Johr
Vestrymen-H. A. Gaillard
Dr. R. B. Hanahan, Longstreel
Secretary and treasurer-Ern
The second quarterly conferencE
of the Winnsboro circuit, M. E.
Church, South, will be held at the
Winnsboro Church Saturday by
the presiding elder, Rev. E. T.
Hodges. Mr. Hodges will preach
Saturday morning at 11 o'clock,
2nd again Sunday morning at the
Black Death-Jno. H. McMas
ter & Co. call your attention to
Black Death as a sure destruction
to those potato bugs.
Clothing-). V. Walker & Co.
advatise clothing to please the
eye, to satisfy the mind, made to
wear, and sold on merit.
Organdies-Lauderdale & Bry
son call your attention to their
sacrifice sale of organdies.
For Infants and Children.
The Kid You Hare Always Bought
HOTEL DUvAL.-J. M. Beaure
guard, Atlanta; A. P. Gilbert,
Charlotte, N. C.; G. J. Nauss,
Atlanta, Ga.; F. C. Jones, New
York; R. N. Smith, city; J. F. L.
Habenicht, Columbia; Hal Dick,
South Carolina; Jas. H. Hart and
wife, Reading, Mich.; Mrs. H. B.
Capman, Reading, Mich.; W. H.
Pearson, North Carolina; T. L.
Haydon, Philadelphia; Chas.
Lyle, -; W. S. Bowman, -;
W. E. Smith, Savannah, Ga.; Jas.
W. Stokes, New York; J. E. Hig
gins, Morgantown, S. C.; M. A.
Edmunds, Louisville, Ky.
rleeting at the A. R. R. Church.
The sacrament of the Lord's
apper will be observed at the
L. R. P. Church on next Sabbath.
Rev A.S. ogesof Rock Hill
will be present to do the preach
ing on the occasion. He is a
young man of pleasing address,
and an earnest and popular
The pastor urges all the mem
bers and adherents of the church
to attend these services, and a
ordial invitation is extended to
all others to join with us in our
Preaching will commence to
ay (Friday) andi continue through
the Sabbath, two services each
ay, at 11 a. m. and 8.15 p. m.
C. E. McDonald.
At about eleven o'clock Thurs
ay it was learned in town that
the night before at about the same
hour Mr. E. D. Mobley of Black
stock had been found in his well.
he report at first was that he
was dead, but a later investiga
ion disclosed the fact that,
though badly bruised by the fall,
e was still alive, conscious, and
that hopes of his recovery were
being entertained. We have no
information as to the occurrence.
We join the many friends of Mr.
Mobley in sympathy for him and
the hopes for his speedy recovery.
Mr. Moblev is one of the
ounty's best citizens, and a
reat interest in him has been
anifested by a large number.
Mr. D. A. Crawford and his wife,
a daughter of Mr. Mobley's, went
t once to Lackstock.
NOTES ABOUT THE COLORED
Master Frank Gladney has re
urned to school to resume his
studies after a week's illness from
Mr. C. F. Ford is taking a course
The rally at Zion- church and
the "cross"-unveiling" will take
place Sunday, April 28, at which
time the pastor and members,
with help from the public, hope to
The windows of St. James' have
been painted red, white and blue,
with religious mottoes on them.
Mr. Frank Caison, of White
ak, died after a brief illness.
He was a good man, and left a
large family to mourn his loss.
He died a righteous death.
The colored people are trying
to merit the kindly feeling of the
best class of white people.
cures Hacking Coughs,
Sore Lungs, Grippe,Pneu
monia and Bronchitis in 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.
Salvation Oil cures Rheuatse ,
Aches and Pains. 5&25 cts.
Services will be held in the follow
ng churches on Sunday:
Presbyterian-1I s. w., by the pae
tor. Sunday School at 5 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 5 p. m.
Methodist-11 a. m., by Rev. E. T.
Hodg-s. Sunday School at 5 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 5 p. m.
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Rev. A. S Ro-g.-r s. Service at 11
a. m. and 8 15 p. In. Sunday School
at 5 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednes
day at 7.30 p. In.
SI. John's Churh.-Mor.ig se; v'ce
and serinon at 11 o'cleck. Sunday s-hnc.l
and Bible Class at 5 p. m. Eve
ning service at 6 o'clock.
Ja4 ree-ived new line o' ready-to
wear haits at Mrs. A. L. Mearle3 '1.
We take oralera for Tailor-Made
Clothing. Snilp, $13 00, $15.00, $17.50,
and $20 00. Fit guo anteed. L trge
line of sampleo.
3 26 1m CALDE.L DRT GOODs Co.
Try W. S. Fo:bes & Co's Monti
bello llams. They are mild cuied and
with every care and attention, and are
pronounced to be the finest hams on
the market. Ask for W. S Forbes &
Co's Moatebe!!o Lar.l. It is ,he lead
in~g brai.d. Every package gnarantced
to be srictly pure and to contain noth
ing but hog fat.
Rev. J. K. Hall will assist Rev.
Kirkpatrick with his meeting,
opening May the 3rd, continuing
Mr. John Brown, who has been
real sick, is improving.
All grain around here is grow
ing well, especially Mr. Lee
Scruggs' and Mills Lemmon's.
The young people enjoyed a
sociable given by Miss Lottie G.
Rabb on last Tuesday night.
SWork~ng 24 Hours a Day
The -e's no rest for th ise tireless
little workers-Dr. King's New Life
Pills. .Millions are alway s busy, cur
ingr Torpid Liver, Jandic -, Bilious
ness. Fever and Ague. The' banmish
Sick fleadache, drive out Malaria.
Never grion or wea'.en. Emall, taste
'.ice, work wonders. Try them. 25c
at McMaster Co.'s.
ITENlS FROM RABB.
A wild duck was found dead in
Miss Belle Lemmon's chicken
yard, supposed to have knocked
against the house in trying to
Mr. Jas. Maefie is fortunate in
securing a good job in Columbia,
where he is now engaged in work.
His family are still at their home.
Miss Jano Harvey improves
very slowly, not able to walk
around any yet.
Farmers were getting on fine
with cotton planting when the
wet spell stopped them. Mr. W.
J. Lemmon is the only one who is
about through planting.
Grain is growing fine, notwith
standing the cool, disagreeable
Miss Simonton's scholars did
credit to themselves on Friday
evening, in the way of speaking,
reciting p..stry and reading com
positions. I will make special
mention of Mary Park'4 and Jen
nie Milling's composition, the
Gardens and spring chickens
are backward iu this neighbor
hood. X. Y.Z.
N ot ice
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing of the subacribera to the espinla!
atock of the Ntii ants' Building and
Loan Asseeiation ii hereby called to
meet in the (o inty Court lIouse, at
.ix o'c&ock P. M , on Friday afternoon.
April 26 h, 1901, for the unpase et
organ'zirg said Associa'ion by the
e eerti.an of a B*,a'd of Dirc ore, and
tor ,uch orher bu-iten as may come
T K ELLIO'IT,
J 1V. McnlSI'ER,
W. RI. R'B4,
JOHN -. CA HCART,
J. E MCjosNu.D.
. 426 1
Urto-date Ba~d-room Si'ts
Sideboairds, flil R e'k-, (Chaira. Rock
trF, Extension, Tlablei, Wardr.,bes,
Safes, anid a full steek of every tbir g
in t he turieitet e linre.
O gan', Baby ::arri gea, Sawlng
Machine', ('ook Etc've4. Dry Goodar.
Groc- i5e-, Shioes, et c., alwas an hand.
J. 0. BO AG.
We 1eiop Ne-x
all tlao tim o
This week we ask your s
Matting. New patterns in
Prices, 15C, 2< c, and 25c, whic
you see the quality.
Another item we want y<
have them with fancy handles
suit your purse. Two styles of
at $i.oo and $1.25.
Just opened, a large lot of
Straw Hats, all shapes and sty]
for these, but sell them cheap.
Something new in Ladic
pretty. We have a bargain it
which are worth much more
Shoes, stylish and comfortable.
We have been doing a ri
selling more hats than ever bi
We have replenished our stock
style you want. The styles ar
Give us a call.
SThe CaldweII Dry
What a Commotion
will cause in that little family
that visits your potato gatch.
Perfectly harmless to man,
but death to bugs, parasites
and insect life of all kinds.!
Wage war on these pests with
Black Death I
It is sure death. We will
supply you at roc a pound or
3 pounds for 25e-.
Yours for death to bugs,
INO. H. McMASTER & CO
This is the season for
these fruits. We have
them in all grades and
Prunes and Apricots.
MAPLE SYRUP to
close out at cost before
the weather gets warm.
W e give trading stamps.
F. M. HABENICHT,
All goods delivered.
B. B. POISON.
PAINTS in i variety of
PAINT BRUSHES from
CA LCIMO in all colors.
WALL PAPER by sam
uad l-eep ouP
an d fpOs).
pecial attention to our line of
extra fine and heavy goods.
h you will think cheap when
)u to see is Umbrellas. We
and plain' loops. Prices to
special value is a good Gloria
Men's, Boys' and Children's
es. We don't ask long prices
Is' Patent Kid Oxfords, very
Oxfords at 75c and $i.oo,
. Men's Low-cut Vici Kid
ishing.business in this room,
!fore so early in the season
and you can be suited in any
e up-to-date and prices low.
WE still bave a good stock on hand
-the latest design., best workman
ship. Prices bave adva -ced, but we
will give you the bnefitof the old
prices for a short iime.
FURNI URE NEATLY
REPAIRED AND UP.
We have ibe Twentieth Centory, the
litest invention; caps the climax and
;ariled t ff the gold medal at the Paris
Exposition and other expositieni. Call
rsn me and I will tell you how to save
money in puchaaing high grade ma
deale aare the best. When y ou send
money to a diatant ei y In anawer to a
uloulnge advertisemnent expecting to
get a big bargain probably you will
get left. Dous't be taken In bv sharp
er.; buy from thise who have a reps- -
tatlon to sustain.
MA' RfINEA REPAIRED AT
:: stoves. :
Air-Tight Heat. rs, a'so Box and
Coal St< yes at and below c )at, rather
than carry r.ver until another season.
SrOVEi REPAIRED AND
bO'ME IMADE -AS 600D
The Uddertaker's Denartuent is
complete. Al. cells promptly attend
R. W. Phillips.
Letters of Administration.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
cour or IR1iaZL.D.
By 8. R. JOHHSTON,hq., JudgePr~idbe.
W HI5ES John W. Lyles, U1e'rk of
grant him letters adminisrtowith
Will annexed, de bla non. of teett
and effects of Mrr. Sarah J. Davis, de-'
These are, therefore, to cite and admom.
ibh all anli singular the kidred. and
creditors of the said Mrs. Sarah J. Davis,
deseased, that they be and appear before'
me, in the Court of Probate, to be held at
Fairfield Court House, S.- U., on the 11th
day of May next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if anyte have, why the
said adndinistration shudnot be grne.
Given under my hand, this .thday of
April, A. D. 1901. .RJONT .
4-1 -5 Judge of :Probate.
THlE M ANAGE 'ENr' OF THE
Equitable Life Assucance S cihty of
the U,.ited States desires to, anno~unce
the app4'intment of Mr J M. E i .tt
se IHeaident Agent for Winnsboro am4