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We might say much
to buv Clothing, but: "sayi
you have tested a thing
If you haveboughtf
say. We are willing for
haver't, then this is tie t
We are prepared to
the best nianufacturers-in
Sonit clothing is made
is, well. half ma<
Clotnig sold by us
reputation is their capital
Improvements are be
suits." Our manufacture
and are ever on the alert.
Of course a well-dre
a nice suit all other thing:
lars, Shirts, Cuffs, Suspen
Friday, Decmber 13 - -
-Mrs. Oliver Johnson is v
-The next lyceum attracti
Eugene May, January 8th.
-Mass meeting to-muorro'
the court house at 12 o'clock
-W. D. Douglass, Esq.,
to Gaffniey this week on pr
-Meehan's Dog Show
Stwo highly enjoyed entertainnl
-Cotton has been bringi
fairly fair price all this
from 73 to 8 cents.
-Blind Tom, the musicial
eighth wonder of the world,
.be here December 18th.
-But few expressions of c
sition to the proposed bonds
to be heard on the strets.
-Mrs. Jno. M. Harden ha
-tuned from Lancaster whien
Jhas been visiting relatives.
-The Good Roads-Conve:
assembles in Greenville Mor
The railroads give one far
the rcoursd trip. Supervisor]I
* -A quarter a quarter is
amount that a committee r.
sentinig the reading room
ask each family for. Turn
deaf ear when they call.
-Miss Kathryn Kellam,
milliner for Cald well Dry G
* Company, was called home
days ago on account of an
dent that had befalien her bre.
-A small ('uthouse on
farm ol Mr. J. M. Stewart,
* town, w~as burned Wedn<
evening. It contained somec
cotton and farm implerr
-One condition of Blind 1
'coming to Winnsboro is the
in the Thespian Hall is 1
-4 tuned. It is to be hoped
this gr.-'at m'usician1 won t
away sc long the next time.
-Re-:. J. H. Yarborous
Blackstick, has neceptedl a<
the past orate of Fort Lawn,
mony and Hopewell church
take effect 1st of January,
The Blackstock and Woor
congregations iegret his rer
-Dr. R1. B3. IHanahan and
M1cDoahil Esq1, have be
- Charleston this week atte
in an effort to convince you wher<
ng" is easy. Talk 6 cheap. Afte
Iri of v.
-om us, we hav'6 nothing more t<
the goods to do the talking. If yot
ime to do it.
exhibit the> production of some'o
Some clothing is planned and Cu
by artists, some by "scrubs. "
is cut and planned by men whos(
and who study to keep their repn
ing made all the time in "building
s are progressive, pushing people
;sed man mnst have in addition to
; nice. Hat, Shoes, Cravats, Col
ders, Hose, Underwear, &c. We
CE the grand lodge. Other repre
sentatives in attendance from tis
01 county were: W. H. Ruff and
R. S.'Spence, Ridgeway; Jno. G.
ii-Wolling, Wolling; Jno. A. Stew
>nis WHennies, the photographer,
is now in Winnsboro for this
; at week only.
ent School Ibooks, pencils,
fes- tablets, etc., at The News
and Herald office.
iet For Rent---Iwo three-roomx
cottages. Apply to J. 0. Boag.
ug a Fire company.
There will be a meeting of the
and fire company this evening at 7:12
is to o'clock. Geo. B. McMaster,
PPI Another Store Robbed.
Mortday night the store o:
s re- R. T. Matthews & Son was broker
she into and goods amountitag t(
about $25 were stolen. No clut
ition to the robbery so far.
fo~r I 911Winter shoes now going
ood at a fraction over cost.
M. W. Doty & Co.
the. _ _
a e G' most complete line o
wirli Xmas. goods at G, A. White's.
All the Xmas magazines
the at The News and lierak
acci- Hot supper~
the IThere will be a he~ suppe
near December 20th at the residence o
sdayt Mr. C. S. Smith, the proceeds a
seed which will be used for the pur
ents. chase of a library fo-r the Moss;
,,Dale schooL. TIhere should be;
o bet A Few nloves. -
sta Mrs. M. R. Gladden has move;
.into a portion of Mrs. Ilessi
McCarley's house. The hous
a ovacated by Mrs. Gladden will b
allto ccuie agin y Ms.Mar
e~owill move into the house ofiirLiekr r ~s Mouga
1902a Richmond which Mrs. Landecke
na.has beeni occupying.
:'"Now is the time to hu
J. E. vou a goodl cook stove while J. (.
en n ila isslig them at greatl
uding reduced prices.
t54Fresh jersey butter at 20
cents a 'poudalways on ,band at
WANTED.-Cowpeas, any variety
any quantity. Advance price paid
foryrompt-delivery. R. . efor
-We. still have somezfooring,
ceiling; siding laths and moulding
M. W. Dotv & Co.
The third meeting of the teach
ers' association was held Satur
day. Both Mr. McMahan and
Mr. McGhee were present, adding
greatly to the success of the
meeting. The following is a list
of-the faithful teachers in attend
ance despite the cold:
Misses Genie Anderson, Eunice
Bacot, Hattie Buechel, Miss Cody,
Ell-n Ellison, Nauuieu Plhinney,
Anna Lou Martin, Alice McMas
ter, Bessie McMaster, Emily
Obear, Lottie Gray Rabb, Mattie
Sitgreaves,. Susie Yarborough,
Mr. Henry, Mr.. J. P. Quarles,
Prof. W..H. Witherow.
The next meeting will be at.
Winnsboro the second Saturday
Have your .photos made
for Xinas by U&nanies,. now in
Winnsboro. 6 nice photos for
75c. This W''ek onlv.
- Z J. WSe iei has -abeauti
'ful line of China ware, cut glass,
Iarips, etc fron which yoUscan
select a. beautiful Christfinas pres
SMy stock of Xmas goods is the
l.rgest I have a've crried. I
am prepared to supply all of
Santa Claus' wants. I ivant you
to call and see me beLfore bu% ing
your Xmas goods.'
The Reading Roowi
The meeting of those interested
in the continuance qf..the reading
room . called" for - Tuesdy. after
noon was. well attended,And much
interest was shown... After the
reading of the tFea.sure'; repoit,
which showed the.. entagrise. to
be in a favorable conditil p, it was.
decided. to coetinim. jo.om
pleasedI with the work sp far ac
e.clilished. An Txeciti e com
mitte of. six was, appoin ., and
held 'a'meeting that after~ .on, at
whlih it: was decided to rgise the
funds for carrying on ths' r'oom
nother year' by calling upon each
family using it for a quar'era quar
ter. Tlhis is a very small'sum that
every family =can' well sfford to
pay iuconsideration of the'bene
fits .to accrue. This &,mmittee
also decided to change the room
to an apairtment in the building
occu:ied as The News and Herald
ofice, which will be partitioned
ff for that purpose. This' move
will enable the room to be run
cheaper, and will give the addi
tional advantages of being 'open
at all horrs of the day and fbeng
on the ground floor. It is-jo be
hoped 'that' 'it will be made a far
greater success another year than
ever bfore, aid can easily bei
with a good liberal .support on
the part'of the whole commupity.
.WThis is the sausage season,
and McMaster Co. have anything
to say to you in this issue iii re
gard to sausage seasoning.
WYAll persons' are' hereby
warned from hunting or other
wise ., trespassing ou my Robert
M. W. Doty.
Ey In every department of his
store J. 0. Boag has great bar
ginIs for you. Be sure to give
him a call.
A. beautiful line of sta-n
tionery' at The News and
0j7J.*0 ' No: ag offers a big
lot of brick, at' 'the, very' lowest
-pries for the cash.
'Saved at'Grave's Brink..
"I'know I would long ago hayve
been in my grave," writes Mrs.
S. H. Newsom, of Decatur, Ala..
1"if it had not been for Electric
Bittrs. Fors three years I suf
efered untol'd ngony from the worst
eforms of Indigestion, Waterbra~sh,
rStomach and Bowel Dyspepsia.
sBut thiis excellent medicine did
me a world of good. Since using~
r.it I can eat heartily and have
gained 35 pounds." ~For Indiges
on,Loss of Appetite, Stomach,
Liver and Kidlney troubles Elec
..tri. Bitters nre a positive, guatr
ated cure. Only 50c at McMas
t'n ('' drug store.
The Firemens' Banquet.
-The snow that began to fall
Thursday evening just after dark
did not Prevent any of the fire
men from gathering at tie town
hall at the appointed hour of 8 Gc
o'clock. Soon the pleasing an- we
nouncement was made that all sp
things were ready over at the 5c
Duval Hotel, to which the' fire- go,
men and their guests at once re- 81
tired. There ;theyfound that stc
elaborate preparations had been
made for them. Flie menu was
all that coul.l be desired.
After All had partakeni heartily, om
Toa:tmaster Jornbi ainouniced
as the first toast of the evening,
"Our Town." This was responded
to by Mayor 'Ket chin in a very fea
happy and appropriate manner. thl
He not only emphasized some of as
the characteristics that had made
Winnsboro the peculiar town she sty
is, but also spoke of some of the
improveme nts that should be ef- co.
fected for hei further advance- fin
The next toas', "Taxes," was tht
responded to by Treasurer Wylie,
who in a few happy remarks
added much pleasure to the oc
With these two the regnla'r m
toasts were endied. But others at
were called upon, and there were ea:
several good responses. The toast g<
of Prof. Witherow on "Our ha
Schools" was geatly eioyed.
When the speechmaking was
ended, the following resolution
Resolved, that the members of
tha fire company extend their
thanks to the generous citizens
of Winnsboro who contributed to
the baiquet fund.
Resolvel, that these resolu
tions be printed in The News and
While no r( solut ion was passedl,
each and every one had a kind
word of appreciation for the way
in which Mis. Duval had per
foruied her part.
At an early hour all left fieling
that it was good to have been
there. It was a most delightful
f The Carolina lrdware
Company have five more stoves
and five more wagons left that
they are offering at net cost. They
WSanta Claus has estab
ished his headquarters at G. A.
27Abig quantity of matting
t regular bargain prices at J. 0.I
WOur entire stock of mil
inery at greatly reduced prices.
Come and take advantage of the
reat bargains v e are now offer
ng. 1Urs. A. L. McCarley.
WJ. 0. Boag is offer'ng his
ntire stock of furniture at such
prices that you should not fail to
by your furniture now.
Six-room dwelling, store, barn,
attle shed on i aere lot at Nel
3o0l's postoifice (Simpson's sta
tion). Telephone connections
with any part of county or State,
S. C. Apply to
C. B. RICHARDSON,
St Nelson, S. C.
The Time Extended.
The public is hereby notified c
that several of the publishing y,
horses have extended the time
for the e::change of second band C
books for those of the new adap- s
tion to Jan. 1st, 1902.
W. L. Roshorough,
Co. Supt. Education. I
I he~reby give ti~ce C a l ate
holing e'laims4 against4 the C ounty will y
send them in for olpproval on or before
the 23rd of this month.
A. D. HOOD, h
12-13-3t - u pervisor F. C.
T hierehr giv noti c t hat all over
sers who~ have nit put in their full
time on the ro:ol.a ar' nmost carniestly
And I would su;.g~set the soonear the
b)ettr, since the hyndsl: have alreadyv
begun to chanmge ipla''*,
A. D). HlOOD,
12-1-StSupervi"or IF. C.
Notice to Creditors. v
All parties having any claims against
the estate of Grace A. H-agood, de
cesedl are hereby niotithid to prevent
the samie within thirty (;w) days. and1
all parties in1deb1ted to thle sid~ estate
are herehy no~tiiled1 to comec forward .~
mrid wieth wvih mme unidrigned. j E
[he people are crying hard times, b
ods are cheap. If you will give us a
will prove this to you. Take an item
In, goods that were 6td last fall, now
for, now 4c. This is the cheap line; it
ds. Fine French Flannels that were
00 now; aLd so on all through the lisi
ck is complete and we make the prices
Shoes. Dress Goods,
e can suit every Our stock in this
in Shoes. inually being
Iadies' Shoes in all
new shapes, clical) Ilease ou in all
des, and fine )ateit new style oods-Bro
thers. We h a v e cloths, French Flann
m to ft your purse Venetians P o ) 1 i
well as voir feet. Granite Cloths,"and
hb ' Shoes, all greatest line of HI
les nid any quality. Goods and Silks
U!en':; Shoes, from ain this to
.re irogan at 9;3c to We have the Tr
IPatent Vici at niings to match in
G0. We sell the kind style, Applique, Br;
t xwca r. and any color Ve1-el
'or mien of all a~ces We have been sell'
I tshap-es; made to fit, a grreat many goods'
'ic 'Lo wear, andl made this line, Lut get r)
cheap lpli(pes. We gods every week. e
i suit lpe boys in will find what you w
Ads that w stand in this room, you
I1 tim fiand it in stlish i
goods and iget g
work with low prices
We give premiums with every $10.00 c
; have to spend that much at one time,
restigate this. The premiums are goc
ir attention. We want your trade, ae
buy froin us.
The aldell Dry Go
A ilan to a T oet
cheporie.W god every wucaek 3
frsuit jar. boys inewilrindht oue we
htrillstands toit m eoury
ims alfindsi of tylisho go
Collr ad Cffgoes, nd ogetg
worl wdit aow pS
havetpnd tad muc lot one tmer,
restigatoe toh seinm orer go
r attenTio . Mewntyurtae n
1i Barry fr o a s. s
CoBrrA m elg G a n
F:lunor every2 et prhs
toiz' aPress an thesmero.gan
fruits and ThF narsggessgt
eo bie Mncyue DECEMBEs25
*Lampse all Gkciesd ys Clo
Coll r0ndCuffY does G1ove
Pea radndle.nives, Crin S
Ca Pcs, adW lot, of oterbe
Ciou must ce tod sureeor er A
11. T. 1Mat Tbile
rnes ts andF FgRs. 3T
enu, int Maleta Syrp in cans.
ull ine Nav Groeries~1 lways on
It if times are hard Dry
few minutes sf your time
like Unbleached Home
5c. The quality you paid
is the same in higher class
$1.25 a yard last fall are
you have to buy. Our
to suit hard times.
ine All the little now
re- things in this line that
a n you do not find-in the
the ordinary store. Ask
al- you specially to ae our
els, new Belts and Belting.
n s, The variety in Gloves,
the Hosiery and Corset.
- to suit every one
m- men, women and chil
all dren-both in cotton
i and wool. The quality
the best, the priee low.
"!9 in wool and .cotton;
in prices lower than last
season. Flannels i,n
" in the aifferent colors
h spent with ns. You do
but just as it iuits you.
d, useful articles, ,.orth
i will save you .6'gRif
>u will be entitled
of corn in a pinit
the case. Corn
taste. Fine China,
ods, Toilet Cases,
~ts, Nut Crackers
.utiful goods that
o appreciate their
s 8& Sorj
[A, ITh DPERTh!EN1'8,
frill stock of CskEt, Burial
d Coffins, constantly on band,
oif hearse when rtquested.
. for past patronagre and solleit
r a share in the fatore, in to
ttended to at aV hours. 7'
E ELLIOTT (r1i MIOP,
sto whae en ash