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practice "practical economy" s
Every man who has any r
and "good fitting" clothing shc
There is just as much diff
suit as there is in the making
watch you want to know "howi
"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"-Colla
sizes; Neckwear in abundance
Well, you will have to
enough about them.
Suspenders, Hosiery, Und
We don't hesitate to say
"the most complete" and 'up
1 ted,in this tow4.
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, May 10. - - - 1901
-Rev. J. L. Freeman is visit
ing in Lancaster.
-Fairfield County was well
S represented at the Reunion.
-Mr. R. N. McMaster has gone
on a visit to his son at Tampa,
-Miss Mamic McMeekin has
returned from her school at Ebe
-Mr. Josiah Obear took in
the musical festival at Columbia
-The store of Jno. H. Mc
Master & Co. is rapidly nearing
Mr. Chas. Elliott has returned
from a trip to Baltimore and
-The Sans Souci hols its
secon~d meeting this afternoon at
Miss Mary Matthews'.
-The soda fountain at McMas
ter & Co's., "The Fountain in a
Hole," is now in operation."
-Mrs. M. C. Rion left Wed
nesday evening for an extended
visit to her daughter at Reading,
-Mrs. J. D. Fooshie, of Coro
naca, S. C., is spending a few days
with the family of her son, J.
-From the large lot of tele
phone poles on the street one
would infer that the lines in town
are to.ge much extended.
-Mr. W. A. Beaty is at home.
The milliof which he was secre
tary and treasurer is now shut
down for an indefinite periodl.
-Mrs. J. Kellar, of Green
wood, is visiting friends and rela
tives in Fairfield County, where
she is remembered as Miss Mc
-Miss Ella Stitt, of Stevenson,
and Mr. Adams, of Columbia,
were married Wednesday, and
left on the train Thursday for the
home of the groom.
-All the people in Winnsboro
who did not stay at home Wed
nesday and Thursday with a few
possible exceptions went to the
reunion in Columbia. Many of
them will remain till the close.
-The y-oung men alround( town
HO HAS A REGARD FOR
is pocket-book ani wants tc
hould seeour line of SPRING
ogard for "well cut," well made
luld see our line of SPRING
erence in the "making" of a
f a watch. When you buy a
about the movements"-the
You want to know how about
Some clothing is "built" and
mnd consequently you get a
you the "choicest productions'
'nerica. COME AND SEE.
how you the other requisites
rs and Cuffs in all shapes and
and in all shapes.
ee them. We can't tell you
erwear and Handkerchiefs.
TO HA TS.
that we ,vill be able to show
,o date" stock of Hats ever
endless variety and
11 colors and shapes,
see and find out for yourself
a baseball team at an early day.
By calling at The News and Her
ald information can be had as to
the proper person to run the bases
as a substitute, if this good old
fashion is still in existence.
-When all of the old wooder
bridges on Congress street are
removed, it will present a much
better appearance than at the
present time. The removal of all
wooden awnings, gutter posts, etc.
at the same time, would be largely
-Thirty-three of Winnsboro's
citizens can now begin to make
the two-dollar membership sub
scribed to the Southern Educa
tional Association on the condi
tion that it come to Columbia.
To Columbia it comes, and it is
to the credit of Winnsboro thai
she has done more than any other
town in the State outside of the
one in which it is to be held tC
bring this distinguished body o:
educators to meet in South Caro
For Ovear Fifty Years.
Mas. Wmstow's Soo'rfmax STRUI
haq been used for over fifty years by
milins of mothers for their child rer
wile teething, with perfect success
It soothes the child, sottens the sums
allays all pain, cnres witad calie, anc
is the best remedy for diarrhoea 1
will relheve the poor little enfferei
immediately. Sold by druggists it
every part of the world. Twenty fivi
cents a bottle. Be sures and .ask foi
"Mrs. winslow'st Soothing~ Syrup,'
and take o otLher ind. .1-1-17
Variety Is the Spice of Life.
For the sake of variation, sup
Ipose Saturday night all the mer
chants sweep the trash out some
other way than their front dooi
and remove all goods, carts, etc.
from the front of their stores
Such a variation, it seems to us ir
all candor, would add to the en
joyment of the Sabbath serv'ces
on the part of those who have t<
see these week day sights on th<
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Alway Bough
inattm-e of Ca~/74'
This is to notify the people c
Winnsboro that my carload of tb
famous Sumter ice has arrivec
Please remember that I will dis
pense it from my white people'
restaurant where all can com
with propriety. I want to sel
you your ice and should be please
to have you call on me.
J. W. Russell, the Ice Man.
Beas the The Kind You Haie Always Beug
Try W. S. Fo:bea & Co's Monti
bello llama. They are mild cuted am
with every care and attention, and ar
pronounc(d to be t.e finest hams oi
the maiket Ask for W. S Forbes A
Co's Montebello Lar.l. It is he lead
ing brai.d. Every package gnarantte<
to be s-rictly pure and to contain noth
iog but hor fat.
THE TOWN'S BEEF MARRET.
I % i,h t-> annouce to the people o
Winnsboro and the surrounding coun
try that I have rented the town marke
for this year. I will keep on hani all
the while the best fresh meats whick
the country will afford. Dnring the
sprirg and summer months all meatl
kept on ice and kept fresb. I solici
your oiders and wil; eo my bect t<
please on. J. M. GARR[SON.
MAr THE 15th
Thi, day will not be memorla
day, but it may be a day that som<
would do well to re member, for i
'hey forget t they may get into trouble
On or before that day al! town taxei
for Winnsboro must be paid. Thos
who fail to pay by that time will hav
txecutionb iRssed against their prop
i rty. Judge Neil i ould be greatl1
pleased to have all those wh, have DOI
up to thia time heeded tis notice t(
call upon him. Thns3 who fail tocaI
upon bim witl be called upon.
C A TOR~.I A.
Bears the The Kind You He Aays SWt
Instead of a drop in a buckei
among the ten thousand homelesE
Jacksonville sufferers, some friend
by a judicious concentration o:
relief made the Williams girls the
recipients of a well-filled box o:
clothing ready to wear.
Five prominent merchants re
made clothing; several ladies sen
nice undergarments, and with te]
dollars collected by Mrs. Mar'
C. Rion the needed articles were
purchased and a large box was
acked and shipped to Miss Alms
illiams and her sister on Wed
nesday by express.
Mrs. Rion wishes to thank a]
those who responded so cheer
fully to her appeal, but especiall:
is indebted to Mi. Walker Brow]
and the entire establishment o
D. V. Walker for their valuabli
assistance in not only giving eaci
individually, but also in giving
her great advantage in using he:
purchase money she had.
IIEBO, THlE FORTUNE-TELLER.
The above is the name Haynes
Adams assumed for comm ritting
various robberies in the Steven
son neighborhood. He seems t
have been able to put in som
very successful work-so mud
so that the citizens of that corn
munity have found it necessary t
pray the Governor for relief. No
has their prayer been unheard
for his Excellency could not af
ford to see a part of his realm s<
disturbed, and he has therefor'
offered a reward for the appre
hension of this so-called fortune
teller whose real business, as we]
as name, seems to have been
misnomer. The whereabouts c
this wholesale robber are no
known at the present time, bu
any one who is so fortunate as t<
spot him will receive one hundre<
dollars in clean spot cash from
the State treasury. Keep on the
watchout for this fortune-telle
and general all-round up-to-dat
A SERIES OF LECTURES.
Some weeks ago it was an
nounced that Prof. Davis woul<
Iat an early day deliver a lectur
-in Winnsboro. This lecture ha
been postponed on account of no
having the necessary gas to b<
used with the stereopticon. Afte
investigating the matter, the comn
mittee found that the gas fo
three lectures would cost but lit
tle more than that for one, and s<
three lectures, instead of one
were arranged for. The first c
these will be given Tuesday nigh
by Dr. E. L. Green of the Sout1
Carolina College. His subjec
will be the "Siege of Troy," whic:
ol oil sinor will have mor
cures Hacking Coughs,
Sore Lungs, Grippe Pneu
s mona and Bronch'tis in a
0 few days. Why then risk
I 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. BuI's.
Sulvation Ol curs Rheuatism,
Aches am Pains. 15& A 2cts.
meaning by the use of the stere
opticon. This same lecture was
recently given by Dr. Green at
the South Carolina College and it
was highly enjoyed.
The committee in charge of this
series of lectures has decided to
give them free, so that all might
have the privilege of hearing them.
They will certainly be a rich treat
that none should miss. The money
necessary to defray the expenses
in connection with these lectures
will be raised by private subscrip
The other lectures of this course
will be announced as rapidly as
4he cylinders in which the gas is
shipped have to be returned in a
Ode huidied good lab, rars for work
on mill building. wages 75c per d iy.
Apply at the Ndw Mill, Lancaster,
T. C. 1iiO'IPtOON & BRO.
By virtue of authority visted in me,
I have levied on and witI iell to the .
highest cash bidder before the Court
Houwe door in Winnuboro, S. C., on
the firrt Monday In June next, the
following described tracts of land, to
be sold under the Acts referring to
dtlir quent taxes:
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 11.
W. f. Lyles. 560 acres; bound d
north and east by land-a of A. T. Mc
Cants; south by Broad Rfver; west by
lands of J. B. Tarkett.
J. A. Me z, 1 acre; bounded by lands
of A. M. Wallace on the north, east (
and sou-h; on te West by 8 &. G.
R R R. F. ELLk ON,
5-10td 8. F. C.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
EXECUTVlE ( HAMBER.
Wheres information has been re
in sd at this depaitmetnt that atro
e u robereswere ceinmitted in the
I n n ry oca
r 'sons by Rlavnes Adams, alias "Hebo,
V the Fortune Teller," and-that the said
11.3a nes Adams, cais "Hebn, the Fur
tune Tel-er," bais fi 'd from jnstlee.
Now, theretore,l, M. B. Mc~weeney,
Governar of the State of South Caro
a fina, iu order that justice miav be d ,ne
L and the maj..sty o1 the law vindicated,
-do hereby fi'er a reward of Omse Bun
<tred D 'llars for the appre-h nsion,
delivery and cory cti un ot the said
Haynes Adam. alias "Hiebo, the-Fur
- tur~e Teller." Cot b'ack, medium
r height; mustash', with patch ot white
Shairs in left coruar of mouth, mole
between eye and lip; professes to be a
SI testimony whereof, I have here
unto set my hand anad can-ed
th e gri-at of the State to be
raffired, at Co'ambia. this
[sEAI.] sixth day of May, A. I).
1901, and ini the one hunadred
and t wenzty fi th sear of thr
Independence of the Unite d
States of Am. tics.
U . B. h'CS WEENEY.
,By she Governoi:
M. RI COOPER,
) ~ Secretary of Sta'e.
;W IHSBORO CREAMRY CO,
offers delivered at your door morn
ings and afternoons every day,
> Pasteurized bottled milk, - 5c qt.
3 a - 2 1-2c pt.
-" cream, - 20c qt.
. " - - 10cept.
S"" " 5chdifpt
SButtermilk, - - 5e gallon.
f Our milk and cream are held at
t 155 degrees Farenheit for twenty
t five minutes and then chilled quickly
> on Reid cooler and packed in ice.
iThis process kills typhoid, dipth
2 theria, tuberculous (consumption)
e and other dangerous germs that are
r killed by sterilizing, but leaves no
a boiled taste in the product as steril
Pasteurized goods will keep sweet
a great deal longer than the normal.
We sell on afternoon trip (except
I Ice cream made of Pas
ateurized cream, - - :30e quart.
s Ice cream madle of Pas
Steurized cream, -.- 20e pint.
3 Ice cream made of whole.
r milk custard, - - - 25e quart.
-Ice cream made of whole
r milk custard, - - - 15e pint.
Our fancy creamery butter
m a d ~e of Pasteurized
cream, - - - 25c lb.
jTerms'cash on delivery of goods.
t Discount on $1.00 tickets.
'Phone us for information, extra
I T HE WINNSBORO CREAMERY
Wo~ lieep ,\ewv I
all theo tim E
stoel5 full e
This week we ask your s
Matting. New patterns in
Prices, 15c, 2(c, and 25c, whic1
ou see the quality. ,
Another item we want yc
iave them with fancy handles
uit your purse. Two styles of
it $i.oo and $1.25.
Just opened, a large lot of
traw Hats, all shapes and styl
or these, but sell the.m cheap.
Something new in Ladie
retty. We have a bargain it
,vhich are worth much more
shoes, stylish and comfortable.
C<s) iI i r
We have been doing a ri
;elling more hats than ever b<
We have replenibhed our stock
tyle you want. The styles ar
ive us a call.
SThe Caldweli, Dry
Specli Si 0!
WE CAN SHOW YOU
>f SUMMER GOODS for tI
innsboro. Come and see the
ess for you to get what you wa
Grape Nut, Postum Cereal;
Ralston Food, Flaked Oats,
Cream of Wheat, Rolled Oats,
hredded Whole Wheat Bis
For a breakfast relish ti-y a
>air of Norway Mackerel.
rhey are extra fine.
Heinz's Vinegar and Pickles
n bulk and glass.
Smoked Beef and Ham
:hipped to order.
W e give trading stamps.
F. M. HABENICHT,
All goods delivered.
I HAVE A FEW
that I will sell cheap or will
exchange them for thin mules.
Also have a few
I will sell them very close
rather than kedp them over
this summer, Come to see
me if you want to buy a good
I have 6 or 8
some good saddlers and driv
rs. Come and see for your
Let me see your cattle be
ore you sell.
Winnsboro. S. C.
Lrd lieip ouP
pecial attention to our line of
extra fine and heavy goods.
i 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
s' 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 seaso
and you can be suited in a
e up-to-date and prices low.
THE PRETTIEST LINE
ie least money ever sold in
m. No trouble to show and
Le ors of A diastdation. e~
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
as8 . .JoHXSTON,34.,JigePreMaU.
and effects of Mrs. tiatah J. Davis, de
These are, therefore, to ewl admom
lath all and singular tie. II - and
creditors of the said Mrs. Saaa J. Dlavis,
deceased, that they be and apq~ before
me,ln the Court of Probate to hold at
Fairfield Court House, 8. C.i, on the 11th
heref, at 1i o'clock in the foroot
Given under'nay hand, this iehday of
April, A. D. 1901. -
S . JOHNSTON.
4-1 -5 Judge of Probate.
follow the use of good
Stock tat ten up. Cows giY.! a larger
yield of nilk and butter. llara hae.
-wre spi jt aged m-oocl. tam do and
lk to do the wr.,rk demande I of them:.
Bujing interior grades of feed to
~aVe a ( w cents ulill spol; all .tIiig.
Better boy her.-. We sell the best, but
not at the high est prie a.
Patcifl Fire Lasurance Company of
Glen: Ftli Ienurance Cumpany or
New Yo)r k.
*Rochester German ineurance Com
pny oft I ceh.-ster, Y. Y.
Solicitsa share of pub ic pat ronagi.
T HE 3 A NAGE vEN r tb aTui
q:s-able Life Assu-ance S clty of
We U..j:ed 8ttew de,.ir--s Ii)e agwc
he appeontmment of Mr J s. E i st
a. Ue-identu Agenm fu- Winnaburo an.l