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UNTIL YOU S
F9i May EsSj, - -- 1901
-Mt. Zion eloses two weeks from
-Mr. N E Sease is spending this
week in Columbia with her son.
-Hon. J. B Morrison has been
spending several days in town this
-Miss Bessie Tay'or will return
tome to-day from the Columbia Fe
ma e College.
-Solicit>r Henry will be a candi
~ate for Congress from the fifth ein
-Misi Lii Dwsight w i return hu>s
to-day, after an extended v'sit to
Uuuion and Celaumbi'.
--,Mr. Mood, ef Columbia, Isespend
n a this week with hi. siter while
Mr. White is taki:tg in the reunal".
-Dr. D. E Jordan attended t' e
ctummencement exercises at D .vidson
tais wee-k. Ue is a treatee of ih t
-Thie editor of The Ne ws and Eeratd
7-~~rs~te ne fitner head of cabbage this
spring than one r c n lv sent him from
the garden of Mr. F. W. Clarke.
r -Aliss Evelyn H. Hall, of Mitfood.
1 an 6 en elected annual musician of
the alumni associaties wbieh meets at
Leesville college Monday, Jon- Sr.i,
-Cap', C. S D swithh'od
arnig comrades this woe k in the Mem
pbis reunior. B-at few, I( any more
gal~nt soldiers, are in ti at great
-Mr. G. H. McMaster, Cat H. A.
Gail'ard, Mr. and Mrs. J Q ISv's
and Mi's Annie Davis went dowu to
Ridgeuay )esterdtay to attend the
funeral of Dr. Pa'ner.
-Tne edit.'r of The News and
H~erald is indebted for the folinwing
inaitation: to Winttirop from Prami
dent D. B Jobnson, to Sou-h Caeoliii
Co-educational listi'ae fion Pres:
dent F. N. K. Bailey, to Leebville
Colege from Mr. E. P. Mubley, and
to Welsh N.eck ighj School frona
Mej~r J W. Gaines.
-Oar count of he lect are of Prot.
Juro. G. ClItuk ca~es at ehe Methodi t
church Sonday eveting at 8.30, there
Swill be no night services in any of the
other churches. '1lhe other pastors
have called in their see vices ter that
hour so that a fula attet~dasce n~ight
greet this hlec grer wh:19 is sure to enter
psain altartiogo to hear hitm.
-he leading ho~els (.4 avery city
a using W. S. Foroes & Co'". ce e
ye Five Pieces
at we Will se]
if ?0R CA4
3tlae tirme, to-rn
papj be too lates
COATS AND VES
EE OURS. WE HAVE T]
whereAoud do *01l1l their
grocers for these barns. Thel Men
tebello Laid is the leadig bras-q
the market. Every package of iti
guaranteed to bq str:ctly pare and to
contain nothing but hog fat.
-There wI 1 be no :oorning service
at the Metbodiet Church Sunda) Marn
ing as the pastor will be with his
congregation at Greenbrier, which will
be addresud at that hear by' Prof.
Joe. G.,Clinkscales, who will also de
liver an address that evening at the
Methodit, ach in Winmmbor" to
which sea vice sit imyitation has been
extended and coepted by the other
congregations of;the town.
-Mr. M. L. Saveason, of Steven
son, left Thursday moruiing for an
extended trip, lie will first go to
several paints in North Carolina and
from there he will centiene his trip to
beyond the Mississippi. His many
friends here in the cony hope thst
he will not be so infatuated wi-h the
Tran-Missi'sippi cinntry as to make
his home in tanat far-au ay country, fur
e is one of a be mes* '.accessfial farmuers
A rietedng cailed.
A meeting of the young ladies of
the A. R. P. Church is called for
this evening at 6 o'clock at the Thes
pan Hall. A full attendance is de
MA IL COLLCiED AT 5:3OPFM
On accoust of change of schedule in
evening train, (he mail collection frem
steet boxes gill be at 5.30 p. mn..
instead of 8 p.'g. Preston Rion,
* Post master.
Pay B. and L. To-day.
According to a resolution of the
board of directors of the Merchants'
Building and Loan Association the
onthly payments are due the last
business day of each month. To
day, therefore, the second instalment
will be'payable to Captain Jordan at
The Winnaboro Bank.
A Sunday Night Lecture.
Sauday evening at 8 se o'eiock
there i.i be a lectn~e at the Metho
diet church by Prof. Jne. G. Ulink
scales of Weff',ri..Colleg'. By an ar
rang. mint of th7'aster. of the o h'r
cu cuaes this wg'be the only service
in to. n for Maiday evening, .they
having balled isl ir set vices fur that
hour. Prof. Cthacale. is an exceed
ingly interestin s~eaker and all who
go to. hear hha : be fully repaid for
MondsaY eveniog at 8 300:
R. Mesas Davis will doliv
tare on the French Revela
court hou'e. Prof. Davis
known in Winusboro for
ments to be made. He
greeted by a large sindiencl
ture will be the last in the
lastrated lectures for this I
After several weeks of a
might have been svoded
loney has at last arriv4
f clerk of court is acady to
sme. All claimasts abc
onee on Mr. Li lea at his of
their long delaved m*nel
gets $96, class I gets $19.6
C $14 70
Tennant r Co.
(,all& the aitention o
to their staple and fanc
cabbage, beans, potatoes
Co.'s picnic hams, the b
Ice.-They promise t<
prices, with prompt delive
hours, 7.30 to 8.30 a.
1.30 p. m., 6 to 7 p. m.
Meals at their restat
We are sorry to :orOse
Roberts from our midst;
happy face will be missed
our loas wi I be Mr. B. S
Tnev were.United in happ3
)?"W on last Theriday morning,
Were married at her home
relatives were present
Mrs. Riley Neil (Miss Ba
ford) with husband, is
mother. Atter a ahor Its
return to ibeir home) Col
Attend the 1e
Prof. Davis Mond
ning at 8:30 o'clo
Mr. Jno. B. Stevens
before Mayor Ketchin
TS morning on the charge
on the street, disorder]
and assault. To the
counts he plead guilty
4EM. fined $15. The third
dismissed as it did
within the jurisdicti<
Lizzie Barber, colo
CO. gilty to fighting and
outh Carolina College delivered
lis lecture on Pollination. By
means of the stereopticon he sim
Aand clearly showed his
audience the manner in which
plants reproduce themselves. All
the various methods of fertiliza
tion were discussed and the pecu
liar'construction of a large num
ber of plants was shown. Throngh
ut, the speaker in a simple and
easy manner, held the close at
ention of his hearers who mani
fested the deepest interest in the
interesting subject he was dis
ussing. It was a great pity that
more were prevented by the un
avorableness of the weather from
spending an hour in this study of
plants. The stereopticon was
perated by Mr. Osborne of the
South Carolina College.
NeTEL DCvar.. -Wa 11 Walsh,
assaeasetts; Aler Arnold, Ma-sa
hets; Wiliism Grant, Taunton,
ass.; C. 8 Steele, Ric1 mtond, Va;
hiss Kat tie R bertson, B sekgsockc,
2. C; R 6.Milercity ; S. Ash,
North Carolina; W. H. Walsh, T.e
ten, Mass.; hi. M. McBride, Teunton,
Mass ; Jas. FI.urn, Taunton, Mass.;
. L .Sevenson, Stevenson, S C;
W. I. Smith, Savannah, Ga ; J. T.
MeKewn, cit y; W. H. G , Columbisa;
. H. McE' cherun, Ridgeway; S . 8
wdn, New York; H. J. L-.zin
ekey, Kentuck5; F. E. E dman,
.harleston, S U ; Rad Jents, Charles
ton; J. D. Bun, Columbia; G W.
Lshop, Columbis ; J. Y. Turner, S o
eneon ; Jo.. Welling, Rion ; Jee Jeein,
ton; E. C. Morrison, Rion: F. C'.
Pharr, Charlotte; A. L. Mull, Ricb
od, Va.; Jas. H. Craig, Char'ot te;
John Haurpback, Nlew York; Samuel
. Pdy dek, Beaten, Maar.; W. E,.
Smith, savannah; J. W. Mactin, Son h~
arolina; G. 3. Phillipe, North Caro
ia; Mi. F. Trotter, Charlotte.
We welceme Miss Cora McDowell
among us again after a long visit to
her aunt's, Mrs. Sam Jabncon, of
Mr. Dave Timm,*' mule ran off and
threw him out of the buggy on his
way from tows on last Saturday. lie
put ovr a very piiunl nighit, is .tif
and ore frem ths tall yet, hut no
M r. Jas. Macfide sas suddeal, aw,.ke
from his slumbers one night last week
by feling intense pain in one ear.
Ae r..nk'ng wit h it for an hour and
a half he snucif - -- g i
ieck rrof. hard, black Pug out of ht
orocksProf. says the paid was greatel
ar his lec- that be had e er suffered b
tien at the Mr. John C appel is on I
is too well to his visteri, Mre. W. J.
any coO- He had to al ost mu im eve
sheuld be to reach here.
. His lo, o- rechee
series of il DEAT Or 1)1R VALI
1ason. us Dies Sudd y at Bis 0OM
r Rdgewa , . C., May
delay that We were al surprised I
the pension this morning to learn of
4 and thb death of one of our mo
Oay out the fellog-town. en, Dr. Joh,
uld call at Dr. Palmer as been s*
bfe and get old home pla , som ti
r. Cats A hundred ) ards distate frc
0, and c'ass Meares, his so -in-law, wl
his meals. H did not co!
fast this mort lug as usa
Meares, his da giter, sent
the public children to'aro se him, 11
y groceries, to get anay r spouse fr
Armour & raps at Lis d r and ret
est of beef, and Mr. Mea a went anc
door to iho roo in wbict
meet any s,.pt and found him cold
ry. Sunday The Doctor was evide
a., 12 m. to when death e me, as t]
opn medic.l -urnal, 11
irant at all che-t ad a lIr p %ias bu
D . Palmer was at I
iCs Carrie Campbell's yes orday as
ier Crih, tended his usu I routine
by all, gut during the da. Late in t
teee's gain. however, he cc. plalsed
matrimonv nasa" in sit he and c
May 23rd. passi. g through Ridgewi
; only near his friends vit his u-t
rbary Craw manner and n ne suspi
visiting her voon would hav b:comeo
y they will that land from whose
ture of He will be buri d to m
da)) afterneon at 4 o'cloc
lay eve- tery at S:. Stephe 'a Chu
ck. Dr. Palme-r di ,heldi
-~ dence, estLom an I respec
knew him, botb a a I
yn was up c'aize. To kno Dr.
Thursday pleasure ant a pr Vilse
of cursing [E" addition ts the ab
y conduct, by our Ridgews corrl
first two add the followit: I
and was d'eaea'd who as so
count was ihr.aghout- the unty.
not come received . 9 earl 'u
)n of the Zi n, an t was a ws"
are for h a to sp k ab
red, plead day e at aunde the
was fined Ends a. His p feesi
was eelved at t 0 C~
- Col' e- ft ra
~-nsay E3is P 0
sympat wm er characteri T
him as th. tiue physician..
De. Pain pr mart isd Miss Harriet
Woodward,,4 daughter of Congress
man Woodward. Sixchilllren survive
him. In the strife bet ween the states
he went out as assistant surg.on to the
Sixth regia en".
As a man Dr. Palmer was estes med
by-all for his personal integsity. In
conversationa he w as exceedingly inter
eting, espesiatly in the field of remni
niens, In which he t..k such a
g eat intesest. This characteristle be
maintaIned ta the day of his death
Monday evening at 8:30
Prof. Davis will deliver his
lecture on the French Rev
olution in the court house.
DEYANT AND LONGTOWN.
lep ,rts from the river farmers are
very dissoursging lideed. The river
has eeti wed again, and a great deal
of damage ham b-en dot e, especially
to grain, which in iome inetances wi I
be a total lose.
Mr. Batta Harrison and titres of
her sons, Eli, Wade and John, of Tex
arkas, Texas, are visiting relaiv s in
this section. Mrs. Harrison is Mrs.
E B Harrison'. mo'her. They are
now at D . E. H Harrison's.
Mis Jeunnie Gladden is vi i i- g re'a
tives at Moigtntown.
Mrp. Saraha Stewart is visiting re!a
tives in Columbi-.
Mr. Jno. A. Tid well, of Hopkisa i
vi.iring his father, Mr D. W. Tidwelt,
at d family.
Mr. (C. P. Wray is extending his
telephone line from hors throughout
the Longtown section. Now for the
railroad to c~mp'ete the city.
Mss Sa'lie Stewart has returned
after a visit to relativas at Wiuns
M. D.vid Smith, of Ab~ev lIe, vis
ited hie father, Mr. P. G Smith, and
family recmntly. D. E. H.
May 27, 1901.
Biliousn as is a cotndidecn chartcter.
ized by a d storbatnce of the digestive
orgate. The stomach is rebilitated,
the liver torip'd, the Dawels constipt
ed. There is a loathing of food, ptiss
in the nowels, dizziness, costed tongue
aad vomiting, first of the undig-sted
or partly digcested food and tuin if
hile. ( hamberlaina' Stomach and
iiver T.blets alay the diaturbances
of the stomach and create a healthy
appeie. Tney also tone up the liver
to a Leal-hy se ion atnd reg laute the
bowel. Try them at.d you are cer
tai to be much pleased with the re
'ear He Please Iemomonber
r the creeksWe lep New Gooods eorraing
all t1h@ tini ard 1eep oup
e at Ridge
29,1901. stoelj full arld frosla.
,D Palmer This week we ask your special attention to our lme of
ping at his Matting. New patterns in extra fine and heavy goods.
o or three Prices, 15C, 2(c, and 25c, which you will think cheap when
m Mr.IR A
ere he took you see the quality.
r to break Another item we want you to see is Umbrellas. We
i, and Mrr. have them with fancy handles and plain loops. Prices to
sme et the suit your purse. Two styles of special value is a good Gloria
, they fai!ed at $i.oo and $1.25.
m repeated Just opened, a largze lot of Men's, Boys' and Children's
rned home Straw Hats, all shapes and styles. We don't ask long prices
Sforced the a
Dr. Palmer for these, but sell them cheap.
iu dearh. Something new in Ladies' Patent Kid Oxfords, very
ly reading pretty. We have a bargain in Oxfords at 75c and $1.00,
iere wa an which are worth much more. Men's Low-cut Vici Kid
ing on Iis Shoes, stylish and comfortable.
ruing in the
is fce at U illifoP Js
of business We have been doing a rushing business in this room,
he afternoon, selling more hats than ever before so early in the season
.f a "fall- We have replenished our stock and you can be suited in any
est, but on style you want. The styles are up-to-date and prices low.
y he greeted Give us a call.
icted thit so fi
a traveler t
boin nn The Caldwell Dr Goods0Company
crow (Tharn- e
kIn the coe- f lh~
ICeS90ig Sal r Gw.s
ig the confi
t o'all who
0^11rer was a
WE CAN SHOW YOU THE PRETTIEST LINE
spod dt the of SUMMER GOODS for the least money ever sold in
Dc. Palmer Winnsbo'ro. Come and see tkem. No trouble to show and
ation at Mt.
a great pleat- less for you to get what you want.
-ut his school
ud--dale & Br SO
arleston gadt- L u e
i atiot be re
POk THIE N1EXT 10 DAY5
WE ARE GOING TO SELL OUR LINE OF
LADIES' WHITE PIQUE
AND DUCK SKIRTS
Also our line of LADIES' AND MEN'S STRAW
HATS AT COST.
fhe Winnsboro Racket Co.,
C. B. GLA DDEN, Manager.
Cereals. ANOT HER
IN TOWN. -
Grape Nut, Postum Cereal,1
Ralston Food, Flaked Oats,
Cream of Wheat, Rolled Oats,, Whaededasafun
Shredded Whole Wheat Bis-' a oorbsns.W
For a breakfast relish try a'
pai ofNorayMacere -drinks; also Ice Cream, and
They are extra fine.
shall endeavor to please you
Heinz's Vinegar and Pcesin every way. Would be glad
in bulk and glass.
to serve you.
Smoked Beef and Ham
chipped to order. I Respectfully,
W e give trading stamps. MoCMaster Co.
F. M. HABE NICHT, At "Fountain in a Hole."
SAll goods delivered. |THE LADIES
PRESTON RIO N, of wnnsboro and rair
AGENTFOE feld c >uity are meet respectfnuly in.
AGENT FORvite I t' come and see our di-play of
Pacific Fire iusurance Company of up-t'-d ite Pattern flats, Unt immii
New York I Hats it.r ladlieo, mi-sea and children,
Glen Fall Insurance Company or , and other goods. Having a fir. t-class
New Yor k. I milliner, Mises Wit i tme, of Baltimore, -
Rochester German lusuranee Corn- we are prepared to serve you Many
prny of Rouchester, N. Y. -thanks for past patronage, and sotlicit
SolicIts share of pubic patronage- inlg a conti-unee of the same,