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O,l S. C.
Wednesday. April 23, - -19(
Tillman speaks at Mannii
Friday.. Watch and see.
There was one thing they did]
have in the good old times-ai
that was the potato bug.
Some papers are suggesti:
John Gary Evans as the logic
candidate to succeed McLauri
If he enters the race, all t1
logic will be knocked out of b
There is a general conmplai
about the lateness of field cror
which are, however, very much
advance of the crop of candi
dates. Perhaps this is due
increased acreage in the latter.
It has been so long since Ji
has been heard from that it mu
be that he has beaLten that swo:
into a plough-share and is nc
combining gardening with p)or
try-raising and one or more oth
There is rejoicing throu2l o
South Carolida that tl.e (Charle
ton expositioti is being~ so we
attended, and the pmsp~lects a
that the att.-nd,nce will co'ntim
good up to the clo-e, fuir ever.nu
who goes hats a 'you jat-''ngL
to-go" foir evry.one t.i Lt has.
The ceusus of l'JO0 show.a un
times as many paper pulp n.il
in the country as in 1890. IR
there is st.ill only one such mi
in South Carolina--the one
Hartsville, which is said to be
fine paying investment. WI.
shouldn't there be otheis? Ce
tainly with the present prices<
newspaper a paper mill ought
By the terms of Cecil IRhode
will, two young men from Soul
Carolina as well as from evei
other state and territory in ti
union will get a scholars.hip
Oxford. Thlese will be greatl
coveted scholarships, which wi
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,One of Abbeville's three candi
dates for congress from the third
district proposed to the other
mtwo that .i. primary be held in
=May to deJermine whie -one of
an absurd proposi
tion. Representation in congress
is not by counties, and there are
Salready enough primaries.
In the state oratorical contest
at Greenwood last week Furman's
*representative, C. W. Cunning
ham, came off first, and will
l' hence represent the colleges of
id this state in the southern oratori
cal contest to be held later. W. E.
Zeigler, of Clemson College, came
2g second. Wofford's representa
al tive, W. K. Greene, had scored
ci. highest on composition, but On
ie account of sickness was unaj
is to deliver his oration.
From the call issued elsewhere
ut it will-be seen that all the Demo
s,' cratic clubs are to meet at their
.regular meeting places Saturday,
Sthe 26th. The constitution pro
:o rides that the clubs at this meet
ing shall elect a president, one or
m more vice-presidents, a recording
st and corresponding secretary. It
dalso provides for the following
w committees of not less than three
-f members each. A committee on
.re..istration, an executive com
miLt tee, and such other commit tees
asnmay be deemed expedient.
ach cdub shall elect delegates to
l e county couvention-oLe dele
'1 ot for each t wenty five members
re.- .e for (ea: h miajority frac
e ti e'tsf. These club m4eet
s oulJ be well attended, so
t ' i e ; arty machinery may be
' t u>,d irning order.
Tee,rg' t to be a lbig crop
1 >f nees ]o:ltoes planted. There
a- f. ood healthier nor more
enrally I !z d, and this section
t roduce-s the liniest potatoes in
atie worldl. Persons who have
!tried it say there is mioney in
sweet p)otatoes.-New.xriy Ob
A Nearly Fatal Runaway
Started a horrible ulcer on the
5' legr of J. B. Orner, Franklin
bI Grove, Ill., which defied doctors
7and all remedies for four years.
I Then Bneklen's Arnicai Salve
I cured him. Just as good for
y Boils, Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Corns,
.l Scalds, Skin Eruptions and Piles.|
A WORD ABOUT THE GANG.
;upervisor Hood Explains the Present
System of Working-the Gang, and
Also Gives a Word of Admonition
to the Overseers.
i,'. Editor: I. hear there is
onsiderable complaint being
nade about th9 c gang stay
ng in the, prt of the
ounty so lois. . gt at many
>eople seem: toth that we are
uct working in one neighborhood
ill the tini. Tha is quite a
nibtake. While it is true we
iave been 1i the spp r part of
:he countvt for the last fifteen
nonths, stfl during that time
he gang has worked the roads in
Eeasterville, and from there down
the river to Blairs, across from
Blairs to Buckhead, then from
Buckhead through Albion and
:n to Woodward, covering in all
about thirty-five or forty miles.
I advocated sending the gang in
each township to work up the
bad hills and rock roads two
years ago while in the campaign,
and I am still pursuing that
course. The gang has not worked
a single road that it had ever
worked before since I have been
in office. I am taking the town
ships as we come to them, and it
will take some time to get around.
Rome was not built in a day, and
certainly the people can not ex
pect me to have all the roads
worked up in fifteen months. Mr.
Tennant was a good supervisor
and he was unable to have them
all worked up in six years and
surely the people don't expect me
to accomplish more, in fifteen
months than he did in six years.
Mr. Bankhead, the present super
intendent is doing splendid work
now, and the people can rest as
sured that the prig rs are eat
ing no idle bread. - gang was
laid up about three-weeks with
smallpox, which delayed work a
great deal, but I am glad to say
that they all have gone to work
again: All I ask the people is
to be patient. I am going to see
that each section gets- its share.
I have no pets and don't expect
to have any.
Now, a word or two to th.e
overseers and I am through
Sometime ago I notified all the
road overseers that they were re
quired to order out the road
hands and put at least two days
work on their roads. I am very
sorry to say that a great mtny
have not complied with that re
quest yet, and now to those thai
have failed tqdo so I am going
to ake tha same r ~ aain
o b fe. I an
rnoI 'alking to bear mysel:
talk. I mean.exactly what I say
it is your duty to work the roa<l
and I am going to see that it is
done. w'hen the overseer fail:
to do his duty, he- lets all the
hands go free, thus robbing the
county of its rights. There is nc
reason why any road should nol
be worked up well this year. The
new law allqws eight days, pro.
'ided so m'ich be necesry tc
put the roa in good condition
It also pr ides that thg over
seers are required to keep al1
bridges ten feet and less repaired
by the road hands, the county tc
furnish the lumber and nails, and
I expect this to be carried out.
We will not let any of the small
brid;.ges out by contract this year
I trust that I will have no furthei
trouble in getting the overseern
to do their duty, for it is not at
all pleasant to be censured for
A. D. Hood,
Good for Rheumatism.
Last fall I was taken with a very
severe attack of muscular rheumatismi
which caused me great pain and an
noyance. After trying several pre.
scritions and rheumatic cures, I de
cided to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
which I had seen advertised in the
South Jerseyman. A fter two applica
tions of this Remedy I was much bet
ter, and after using one bottle, was
completely cured.-SALLIE HABRIS,
Salem, N. J. For sale by McMaster Co.
-Miss Mary Moblev of
Winnsboro has come to Newberry
as stenographer and typewriter
in the office of Messrs. Johnstone
& Welch, attorneys.-Newberry
A VALUABLE MEDICINE
For Coughs and Colds in Children.
"I have not. the slightest hiesitancy
in recomimending Chamberlain's Cough
Bemedy to all who are suffering fromi
coughs and colds," says Chas. M.
(rmer, Esq., a wvell known wvatch
maker, of Colombo, Ceylon. "It has
ecen some t wo years since tihe City Dis
penary~ first called my attention t
thi valuab,le medicine anid I have '
peatedly used it and it has always e
beneficialI.. It has cured me quickly
ll chest ~oldls. It is especially eff'ective
fru children and seldom takes more
than onlot tle to cure them of hoarsa
nes I have persuaded many to try
this va:luaible miedicine, and they are
ill as well >leased as myself over the
Bryant a:: Lonctown Items.
Farmwork h:::s been s m. what
retarded b' the recent rains. If
the weather is favorab'e, n' arly
all the cotton crop will be planted
ere the last of the week.
A great de:d of corn is being
planted this year. Our farmers A
now seem d; teriniued to raise ;I
their own supp'ihs at home. This 8
is right an-l propcir.
Small grain has improved COn- -
siderably 0uring the patt week,
especially the o:et crop. Trust
it will yield loun:tifulvy, as it
would keep us f.om having to buy
so much corn.
Gai-dens are looking m:e!y now.
Lettuce, radishes, turnip salad, N
etc., are ready for table use.
The fruit crop has been injared
somewhat. We think, however,
there will be an abundance left.
The Bryant and Longtown a
schools closed soime time since
the former on the 15th and the
1.-ter on the 11th inst.
Miss Easterling left for her c
home at Tatum Station last week.
Miss Fannie Ford will attend i
the Charleston expo-ition.
Miss Jennie Gladden is visiting
relatives in Winnsboro.
Miss Janie Spence, of Ridge- t
way, is visiting Miss Mary Simp
Miss Stella Rosborough, of
Augusta, Ga., visited Mrs. E. P.
Scott, of Longtown recently.
Rev. J. E. Jones and daughters, a
Misses Irene and Pauline, have a
returned from a very pleasant f
visit to the Charleston exposition.
Mr. Brum Reeves came up
from Columbia last week to see
Mr. Jno. 0. Jones and children
attended the exposition recently
Rev. Mr. Mills preached a most
excellent sermon at the Presby
terian church yesterday.
Mr. S. WcCormick, of Colum
bia, came up to see his father,
Mr. S. McCormick, Sr., some time
It was with feelings of sincere
sorrow that-we heard of General
Hampton's death, who, in our
estimation, was Carolina's great
est son. He has left an example
well worthy of our emulation, and
a memory which time cannot
efface. E. H. D.
April 21, 1902.
"A neighbor ran in with a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- I
rhoa Remedy when my son was suffer
ing with severe cramps and was given]
uas beyond hope by my regular phy
s[ln, who stands high in hrofes-4
sin. After a4in- - j~gh-oses 1
of kt, -my hon ~eined& nse usness
and recovered entirely within twenty
four hours," says Mrs. Mary Hailer, of
Mt. Crawford, Va. This Remiedy is
for sale by McMaste~r Co.
We bad a fine rain on yester
day which will be very beneficial
to seed just coming up; our farm-1
ers are well up with work con
sidering the late spring, through
planting corn and a few have
planted some cotton..
Our school under the manage
ment of Miss Ellison closed a
few weeks ago, hence the cliil
dren wvill have a long va-ation
until next fall again.
Gardens are doing nicely for
the cold weather.
I hear the cry of young chick
ens and if "hawks" will just hold
up we may have some to fry later
From the prospect now I thinkt
there will be an abundance of
fruit from the old field plum up.
April 18, 1902. X. 1
Wants to Help Others.
"I hadI stonmach trouble all my life,"
says Edw. Hehler, p)ropriete~r of the
Union Bottling Works, Erie, Pa., "and
tried all kinds of remiedies, went to
several doctors ii nd spent considerable
money trying to get a moment's peace.
Finally I read of Kodol D)yspepsia Cure
end have ben taking it to my great
satisfaction. I never found( its equaIll
for stomach trouble andi gladly recomn
mend it ini ho(pe that I mayv help other
sufferers." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure bures
all stonmach troubles. X ou don't have
to diet. Kodol Dyvspepsia Cure digests I
what you cat. McMaster Co.
Cotton is still on a rise, but it
is to be hoped that the farmers
of South Carolina will not allow
themselves to be fooled into a
planting a big crop of cotton at a
te expe~nse of a provision crop.
The way to keep prices up is to
plant an average crop of cotton
only and make plentyv of hog and
hominy.-Itock IIill IIerald.
Wields a Sharp Axe.
Millions marvel at the muli
tude of maladies cut off by Dr.
King's New Life Pills--the most
distressing t. o, Stomach, Liver a1
and Bowel troubles- Dyspepsia, C
L >ss of A ppet;te, Jan :dice, Bil
iousness, Fever, 3Iabu-ia, all fall s
before these wonder workers. 25c s
at McMaster Co.'s drug st ore.
One Minute Cough Cure
For Coughs, Colds and Croenp.
'ures Cholera.infantum. Diarrhoea, Dysen
way Age. Aids Digestion, Regulates the B
.ETHING EASY. Cures Eruptions and !
d prevents Worms. TEETHINA Counte
mmer's heat upon Teething Children, a
iii 25 cents to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.
On the Public Square.
One of the first act- of the i(w
n\: cous.ii which was sw-r' in
.st Tues Iy cveiiIg was to p: ss
ordin:a;:ee 4rantin1 th. t.a I i'
e uorial A<;sooiatiO 1 t;.e pri' i
,e of plLJ.:u f- u L:.e pa ic
p-te at tbt i it" r.e, ti u of
ashlingtmi am l Con;iess str. ts
icir m-n"):iumeut to th.) Con'-er
e dea.1 of the county. Thhi
fonumvnt is now receiving it
uishing touches at the Leiper
>avis Gaunite Company. The
)lor of. the granite is almost
leut'eally the Confederate grey,
ud it is nee:dless to add that the
-ok is of a very superior order.
'be probabilities are that the
ionument will be in place within
ie next sixty days. The m. m
ers of the association are to be
onratulated upon the success
f their faithful efforts.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
ak e Laxative Bronio Quinine Tablets
Al druggists refund the money if it
ils to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
on each box. 25c.
t Pretty Wedding at Teale, Alken
County., With Pretty Maids.
>pecial to The State:
Toale 'P. 0., Aiken county,
Lpril 17.-Mr. S. M. Brice and
diss . Eliz-tbeth Dougherity,
laughter of Mr. R. T. Dougherity,
if Toale, were married yester
lay at 12 o'clock, at the beautiful
iome of the bride's mother. The
eremony was performed by the
1ev. Borts of Blackville, in the
>resence of a large number of
elatives, friends and well wishers
>f the happy couple.
Miss Wardlaw Durham of
"hester was maid of honor, and
vore pale blue mousseline. Mr.
3rice, brother of the groom, was
est man. The following were in
Mr. Durham of Chester, and
fiss Catherine X. Toale, in
~anary, chiffon, with .violets End
Mr. Kurt Schoenburg, with
liss Annie Sawyer, in white silk
ud yellow roses.
Dr. A. D. Morgan and Miss
~ancy Brice, in pink chiffon and
Mr. Simpson of Chester, and
iss Beulahi Harley, in pale
~ren silk, and peach blossoms.
The bride wore crepe de chine,
nd carried natural orange blos
The decoratiGns for the occa
~ion were beautiful. After the
a remony was over an. elegant
iner wvas served to all present
La tile guests lin:gered ntil the
appy couple left for the train
or Charleston and other cities.
Mrs. Brice was one of the most
harming young ladies of our
eighborhood, and Mr. Brice is a
ery pro4perous merch:tnt of
oodward, S. C., where will be
heir future home. The presents
rere beautiful, and lots and lots
>f them. At the station they
vere met by a large crowd of
-oang folks, who sent them off in
shower of rice.
Try Chanmberlin's Stomach & Liver
~alets, the best physie. For sale by
G*-All the April magazines at
ble News and Herald.
stops the Cough
and works off the Cold.
axativye Bromo-Quininie Tablets cure
cold- in one day. No Cure, No Pay.
ric 25 cents.
W. A. W.
The services of the registered harness
ud saddle stallion W. A. W. arc
gain offered breeders of horses. Tie is
son of the celebrated Betsy Baker by
e renowned Red Wilkes. Fee, fifteen
olI:ars, eolt insured. For extended
JOHN 0. MOBLEY,
Winnsto :o, S. C.
Notice to Creditors.
TATE~ OF SOUTH CAR~oLINA, )
Notice is herebiy given that the un
ersigied have q ualified as Executors
f the Will of Trhomas. M. Lyles, de
eae. All per~sons having claims
aint the estate aire requested to prc
nt the same to either of the under
gned, properly proven; and all per
ms indebted to said estate will pleaise
make paynmenit to either of thec under
gnedo. THOMAS M. LYLES,
Bla ir's, 8. C.
W M. HI. LY LES,
teryand the Bowel Troubles of Children
owels, Strengthens the Child and MA
ores. Colic. Iv es and Thrush. Removes
racts and Overcomes the Effects of the
nd costs onfy 25 cents at Druggists, or
St. Louis. Mo.
Ju I' Dchanan h:.as issued a
rt+iU; orary i"j uictioa against the
xp;iSiolists of Brookiand, a
.uburb of Columbia, who wished
he man cip dl limits extended.
In every town
may be had,
Msu that makes your
LIFE OFT. DEWITT TAIFlAGE, by
his son, REV. FRANK DEWITT
TALMAGE and associate editors of
Christian Herald. Only book endorsed
by Talmage family. Enormous proAt
for agents who act quickly. Outfit ten
cents. Write immediately CLARK &
CO., 222 S. 4th St., Phila., Pa. Men
tion this paper. 4-23
An election for one Ti-ustee for School
District No. 14, will be held on MON
DAY, THE 5TH DAY OF MAY
NEXT. Books of Registration will
be opened on Thursday, Friday and
Saturday preceding the day of election.
All persons residing in the school dis
trict who hold State registration cer
tificates are entitled to registration.
.'3. N. McMaster is appointed to con
duct the registration.
J. A. Hinnaift, S. C. McDowel
R. N. Mc-Master are appoifited mana
gers of elect ion.
Polls will be opened at 8 A. M. and
clos-rd a. 4 P. M.
By order of the Board of Trustees of
School District No. 14.
J. C. CALDWELL,
WVinnsboro, S. C., April 23, 1902. ji
A FEW COPIES OF ,
HAM PTO N
for your hen nests.
for potato bugs.
ST.\TEMENT OF CONDITION OF
at close of business March 31, 19020
LIA BI LIT[I 3.
Ce pital............. ..........$120,7f00 0
Surplus...................... 34,000 0i0
Undivided pre.fits ..........14,206 52
Dividends unpaid........... 48 00
Bills paya ble............... 8,920 09b
Bills rediscounted..........20,560 98
Dc o is...... ............... 169,007 10
Ceri ificate.of.depoit........... 1,000 00
Tota!........ ...................$375,048 60
Overdrafts secured and unse
cured............................ 11,879 00
Real estate... ................. 16,521 50
Furniture and fixtures......1,757 89
Ex'penses pa id........... .... 2,33 25
Cash in vault and otherbanks 31,214 17
Total... .................5375,048 00
STATEn OF SoUTHI CAl oLINA,)~
County of F:iir field. f ss
Pesnlyconi(s James Q. Davi
(Cashier of Tihe Winn.-boro Bank, aml .
makes oath that the ::bove statement;
of the condition of The Winnsbord'
Bank at close of busincss March 21lst
1902, is correct to the best- ef Ji
knowledge nd belief.
Swbornl to anId subeeribedl lefore me
A pril 22. 190l2.
W. G. .!on!Ns, Notary Public.
B. J. Qr rEBant, -