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OUR STOCK OF
now complete in all lines
beautiful stock in every
We ask special attent
!ine of Black Dress Good
5oc., 75c., and $i.oo per y
of Wash Silks for waists;
not split for skirts, 75c. ai
Our White Goods stocl
greatest variety we have e
cheap and the quality
Printed Organdies and
and handsome. We can
trimmings, and in numbe
ask your special attention
Fans at 25c., 4oc. and 5CC
This department is full
and we can sell you the n
prices. We receive new
week, and in this way ar
styles. We can please yt
We want you to rem,
largest and best stock
When you want shoes of
you in GOOD shoes in the
We ask you to call on i
pleased with our goods
Wednisday, April 23 . - kO2
WThe News and ler
aid office is fully equipped
for doing your job print
ing. The increase in the
- amount of the work it has
done so far this year as
compared with last year
is full evidence of the
satisfactory work done.
_Tre-Bemocretic clubs meet
-This is great weather for
--Mrs. HI. A. Gaillard is visit
/ing relatives in Charleston.
A Mr. D. G. Ellison of Colum
bia spent Sunday at homne.
-Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Aiken of
Chester spent Sunday in town.
-Attendi the meeting or your
Democratic club Saturday.
-The rains of last week were
very favorable to the small grain
-Miss Ellen Ellison's school
at Hop has closed, and she is
again at home.
a -Miss Helen McMaster-of Co
lumbia attended the Kennerly
-That West Point vacancy
should surely be competed for b?y
some Fairfield boy.
-Mr. Chairman of - Demo
cratic club: see that your club is
called to meet Saturday.
-A little negro child was
burned to death on Mr. J. D.
Harden's place last week.
-Mr. J. E. Pressly returned to
Erskine Co-lege Monday after a
stay of a few days; in town.
-Better never 'o have set your
hens than to let the little chicks
die for the want of attention.
-Hon. Jno. J. McMahan is to
make an address at the clos'r.g of
the Green brier graded school.
-Col. S. M. Rice andhi
daughter, Mrs. Perry, are spend
ing awvhile in town with relatives.
* -Mr. George McCants of the
South Caroliua College spent
several days at home last week.
-Niiss PRachlI McMaster of
-- Libxity Hill came home to at tend
'the Kenner!y-McMaster wedding.
-Winnsboro now has only one
barber shop which is at the shop
heretofore occupied by Monta
-Mis. W. RI. Dcoty visited her'
daughter, Miss Annie, at the
resbvte-ian College for Women
a-r.J. E. R.-id has returned
tRokHill. Her mother, Mrs
J. B. Campbell, went with her for
a short visit.
-Samiuel Lindsay, M. D., at
tended the mueeting of the State
Med cal Association in Spaita: -
burg last week.
valuable to be neglected for your
c ottoni, for your corn, or for any
thing else on thbe farm.
-The pastor.of Wayman A. M.
~. Church requests the an:;ounce
+1mttht 8ne-ial services are
SPRING GOODS IS
We can show you a
department. Goods new
ion to a very. handsome
s in new weaves-prices,
trd. Also very pretty line
Black Taffeta that will
id $i.oo per yard.
:is the prettiest, and the
ver shown, then they are
good. Beautiful line of
Lace Stripe effects, new
ple, se you in all the new
riess little notions. We
to a beautiful lot of Silk
of all the newest things.
'ost stylish goods at low
millinery by express every
constantly adding new
nmber that we carry the
of Shoes in the county.
any kind we can please
is, and know you will be
and the attention given
>ry Goods Co.
being conducted this week by
Rev. A. McIver of Spartanburg;
services 8 p. m.
-This is a fine time for the
planting of sorghum and other,
forage crops, if you have not
already attended to it.
-Mr. Will Aiken of the South
Carolina College, accompanied
by his college mate Mr. Reuhr, t
spent Sunday at home.
-Mr. J. E. Coan returned last
week from Welford, where he 1
went to attend the funeral of hisI
mother who died quite suddenly. t
-Mrs. Hayward and Miss i
Hester Styles, who have been!
spending a few dats at Mr. J. Q.
Davis', have returned to Wash-V
-Last year the dry goods.
merchants began their early clos
ing of the stores May 1st. Of
course, they will do the same
again this year.
-Sheriff R. E. Ellison and
Mrs. M. A. Elliott left Sunday to(
attend the reunion at Dallas, E
Texas. Airs. Elliott will visit her
son in Mississippi on the return
-Capt. Fitz Hugh McMaster
of Charleston was one of the
representatives from this State
at the Conclave of the Sons of
the Revol ation in Washington
-Next Saturday, the last in
April, is the f.ime for the meeting
of all the Democratic clubs of E
the county. The following Satur
day, the first in May, is the day
for the Catawba Falls picnic.
-Mr. Geo. H. McMaster is in
Columbia in attendance upon the
meeting of the a tate pension.
board, which will finish its work
this week-and in a few weeks
the pensioners will get their t
-Principal Gettys' of the I
Blacks tock school spent Saturday ~
in town. The school has closed e
on account of the shortness of I
funds. This is not a good show- I
ing for a town that boasts so
much of its past record as an
giarThat combination of best E
in quality and lowest in price ~
is still keeping everything in our d
millinery department in a rush. I
Mrs. A. L. McCarley.
The Best Prescription for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of GnOVE'S I
TASTELESS CHILL TONIC. It is simply g
iron and guinine in a tasteless forn.e
No Cure, N o Pay. Price 50c.
For School Trustee.
We hereby nominate J. F.
McMaster for re-election as
scool trustee for District 14. ~
2-t Many Voters.
MiA full supply of blank
books and all legal blanks at
The News and Herald office.
Neglect Means Danger.
Don't neglect biliousness and consti-(
pition. Your health will suffer per
manently if you (do. DeW~itt's Little
Early Risers eure such cases. M. 13. t
Smith, Butternut, Mich., says: "De
Witt's Little Early Risers are the nwist
satisfactory pills I ever took. Never
m.;pe or ca'ne nnuse" McMaster (o.ii
The Associate Reformed Pres
byterian church was the scene of
I very pretty wedding on Satur
day morning at nine o'clock,
a hen Miss Rachel Buchanan Me
Master, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
R. N. McMaster, was united in
marriage to Mr. James La'
Kennerly, of Newberry.
The church was beautifully
decoratQd tith geraniums, ferns
and palms. The masses of green
banked up against a background
>f white made a pretty and pleas
ing effect. .4
When the strainsit Mendels
ohn's wedding mam, skillfully
played by Mrs. Da id Walker,
pealed forth, the ushers advanced
ip the aisles. They were Messrs.
E. A. Carlisle and I. H. Hunt, of
Newberry, and C. A. Stevenson
nd G. B. McMaster, of Winns
boro. Next came the bride styl
ishly attired in a traveling suit of
:stor, carrying a graceful bunch
>f yellow jessamine with long
lrooping ends. With her was
ier maid of hono&, Miss Alice
VicMaster, in a suit of white
pique. She carried Alihfge bunch
>f lilacs, which contrasted pret
ily with the pthcr colors.
At the chancel they were met
>y the groom with his best man,
fr. F. N. Martin, of Newberry,
who entered from the vestry.
Rev. C. E. McDonald. in a very
pressive and appropriate ma
ser, made them wan and wife.
The bride has for several years
>een a successful teacher in the
vewberry graded school, and the
room travels for the Carolina
ifanufacturing Company of the
Friday evening, at the bride's
iome, the bridal party and a few
ntimate friends of the family
vero entertained at an informal
Lnd delightful reception.
The many friends of the bride
and groom testified their appre.
iation of them by the number of
seful and elegant presents given
Mr. and Mrs. Kennerly, -amid a
bower of rice and good wishes,
eft immediately after the cere
aony for Savannah and Charles
on, thence to Newberry their
Lumber-50,v00 feet of un
Iressed lumber for sale at close
rices. J. 0. Boag.
FIs.-A big shipment of fish
acluding fine shad to arrive
Jno. W. Russell.
WA most appropriate book
t this time is Hampton and his
avalry. McMaster Co. have it;
lo Paris green for potato bugs.
You Know What You Are Taking
hen you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
'onic because the formula is plainl,y
~rintd on every bottle showing that it
simply Iron and Quinine in a taste
Bs$ form. No Cure, No Pay. 50c.
Off for Charleston.
This is Mt. Zion week at the
harleston exposition and Winns
moro is we:1 represented. Forty
ight tickets were sold yesterday
r the special coach on which
be party left. In the party were
veral from Albion and Flint
lill. Several others were to join
A Coming Marriage.
In the PresTyterian churelan
e ai'ening of A pril the thirtieth,
't 8.30 o'clock, Miss Clara Louise
erron iAll be, iarried to Mr.
Lrihur 'Maynard Oweing. N
ards will l1e issued in Winns
'oro, but the presence of all
iends and relatives is desired.
The Horeb Democratic club
-i meet at Haws' old store
~aturday, 26th inst., at 8 o'clock
.m. to reorganize and send,
elegates 'to' county convention.
ull attendance requested.
J. W. Clark, President.
The Oakland club will meet at
urham's on the 26th, Saturday,
t 12 o'clock to reorganize and
let delegates to county (onven
ion. John Hollis,
A Doctor's Bad Plight.
"Two years ago, as a result of
severe~ cold, I lost my voice,"
rites Dr. M. L. Scarbrough, of
lebron, Ohio, "then began an
betinate cough. Every remedy
nown to me as a practicing phyv
ican for 35 years, failed, and I
aily grew worse. Being urged
o try Dr. King's New Discovery
r Consumption, Coughs and
)lds, I found quick relief, and
or last ten days hava left better
han for two years." Positively
-uaranteed for Throat and Lung
roubles by McMaster Co. 50c
nd $1.00. Trial bottles free.
Cash In Advance.
Believing that it will ptove
mutually advantageous to the
publi4hers and subscribers of
The Aws and Herald, we have
decid to adopt the cash-in-ad
vance stem for all subscrip
tions, sd we shall partially begin
this system June 1.
All subscribers who are still
due anftihing foi 1101 are hereby
notified that they must pay up
the amount due by June 1, or
make satisfactory arrangements
for the payment of the same. All
who fail to comply with this
notice are hereby notified that
their paper will be stopped June
1, and their accounts placed in
the hands of a collection agency.
All subscribers whose sub
scription is paid up to Jan. I,
1902, and not up to the* present
date, are asked to come forward
and pay their subscription for
this year at least in part and in
full if possible.
An Ice and fleat Talk.
We have received our first car
of ice to-day and will be pleased
to fill orders promptly from a
penny's worth to a ton. We have
alsopurchased an elegant meat
refrigerator with an ice capacity
of two thousand pounds, where
we will keep our fresh meats for
ouricustomers during the summer
season. Having gone to this
extra expense for the care of our
meat we speak for your patronage
both for ice and meat and guar
4t W. D. Tennant & Co.
Saved Many a Time.
Don't neglect coughs and coulds even
if it is spring. Such cases often result
seriously at this season just because
people are careless. A dose of One
Minute Cough Cure will remove all
danger. Absolutely safe. Acts at once.
Sure cure for coughs, colds, croup, grip,
bronchitis, and other throat and lung1
troubles. "I have used One Minute
Cough Cure several years," says Post
master C. 0. Dawson, Barr, Ill. "It is
the very best cough medicine on the
market. It has saved me many a
severe spell of sickness and I warmly
recommend it." The children's favor
ite. MMaster Co.
Last Thursday evening Mfr.
Joe Poteet and Miss Rebec-a
Withers- were married at the
Mfethodist parsonagea by Rev. J. B.
ampbell. The next morning on
dvices from Morgauton, N. C.,
the groom was held by the police.
hat night an officer came for
him, and the next morning he
and his bride went to Morgantoii,
where he will answer the charges
against him which are not
thought to be of a very serious
Sunday Mr. RI. L. Beacham of
Rion and Miss Maggie Stewart
were married by Rev. J. B.
gfAll the May magazines for
sale at T1he News and Herald
3iirThe refrigerator mentioned
n the advertisement of W. D.
ennant & Co. has arrived and
as been put in place. It is a
most complete and up-to-date ar
angement for preserving 2neat
and such other things as have to
e kept on ice. It is so divided
hat the meat is kept in an apart
ent to itself. It is massive in
size, being 10 feet high, 5 feet
wide, and 'it feet long. It is a
redit to the progress of the firm.
Democratic Club Meeting.
The Democratic elubs of this I
ounty will assemble at their
laces of meeting on Saturday,
pril 26th, for the purpose of j
eorganizing and electing dele- ]
ates to the county convention to
e held in Winnsboro on May"
th. The convention will be
alled to order at 12 o'clock mn.
m ad will proceed to elect dele
ates to the State convention to
eet in Columbia 'n May 2Ist,
902, also to elect a county
hairman and a member of the
State Democratic texecutive com
3t - County Chairman.
For Over SIxty Years.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
beci) used for over sixty years by ii
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with prfect success.
t soothes the child, soft.ns the gums,
l avs all pain, cures wind colic, and 1
is thie best remedy for dliarrhoca. -ItI
will relieve the poor little suff'ererI
immrediately. Soldib all dIruggists in 1
every part of the wor ,d.- Twenty-five 4
ents i, bottle. Be s-ire and ask for
"Mrs. Winslow's Sc othing Syrup,"
man take no other kind. 1-1-17
WE HAVE A SURE CUR
TROUBLES. WE INC
'I he relief is instantant
nent so lang as QUEEN
Every good shoeman kno
fec ly comfortable QUJ
make the shoe fashions.
why you should adopt Q1
We have also the fam
msnufactured for us by S:
ladies, misses and childrer
in all the latest styles, ma<
and Selz, Schwart & Co.
to give perfect satisfaction
Yours for Shoes,
D. V. WALJ
of all kinds.
Will sell, exchange, or ac
hat will make me a dollar.
Cattle wanted, fat or poor.
TAF TOR1W'S F10E8.
CouNciL CHAMBER, }
WVINz'snono, 8. C., A pril 15, 1902.
The following statement by the
lerk of the Council of the receipts
nid expenditures of the town of
Vinnsboro for the municipal year
ommencing A pril 9, 1901, and ending
spril 15th, 1902, is presented to the
ouncil, approved, and ordered to be
pread upon the minutes and published
the XX innsboro News and Herald.
on J. Neil, VCerk of Council, in A<
cournt with the Town of WVinneboro.
pril 9. To cash in bank...... $1,739 64
-Anmt. rec'd dispensary
profits.................. 1,604 44
Anmt. rec'd licenses.... 436 33
" " from fines.. 371 55
" " " miscel
laneous sources..... 284 85
Amt. rec'd takes 1901. 1,458 44
" " " 1900. 1,338 36
4 " "1899.. 286 86
" " "1898.. 57 27
" " " 1897.. 24 79
"L "' " 1896.. 8 21
" " " 1895.. 1 50
" " " 1894.. 52
y amount paid Intendant's
salary .......... ............$ 200 00
y amount paid clerk%~ salar 195 84
y amount paid counsel's sa
ary.............. ........... 30 00
y amount paid keeper of
clock....................... 50 00
y amount paid police....... 1,015 30
y amount paid fire depart
maent..................... 22 85
y amQunt paid engineers ....175 00
y amount paid Mt. Zion Col
lege ..........................-- 90 0
y amount p)aid interest on
bonds ......................... 490 00
y amount paid printing con
tract................................ 4 00
y amount paid pest house,etc 576 69
y amount paid street work.... 2,257 -51
y amount paid lamps........ 393 77
y amount paid town election 31 00
y amount p,aid miscellaneous 141 16
y balance mn bank............1,0883(64
. Total............. $7,607 76'
The annual meeting of the .stock
tolders of the Merchants' Building
id Loan Association will bp held at
ourt Houce on TUESDAY, APRIL
DTH, at 5 o'clock P. M.
WV. G. JORDAN,
4-23-1 Secretary and Treasurer.'
CouNc1 L (CHAMnER,
Wisiiono, S. C., A pril 16, 1902.
Saled bids for furnishing street
mps, globes, pots, hnup wicks per!
lozen, matches per dozen boxes; and'
vritten applications for posltions (.n
e police force of the town and for
unplighter at a salary of twelve dol
ars per month, payable monthly, will
e received by the Council up to 12
~'clock M., the 1st of May, 1902.
By order of the Council.
.1NO. J. NEIL,
E FOR WOMAN'S FOOT
ASE THE AFFLICTED
hoe for Women.
ous. The cure is perma
QUALITY is continued.
is that besides being per
ZEN QUALITY Shoes
No end to good reasons
JEEN QUALITY. Fast
ous Shoes and Slippers
naltz, Goodwin & Co. for
le by Lewis A. Crossett
Every pair guaranteed
KER & CO.
:s for Sale.
:ommodate you in any way
Forbes' Montebello Hams, Sugar-cured
Shoulders, Pure Leaf Lard and
Compound Lard, Bologna Sau
se. Maekerel in barrels,
White Fish and Roe
Canned Tripe, Codfish Balls, Baker's
Cocoa, Pearl Tapioca, French Sar
dines, Canned Goods of all
kinds, loose Buckwheat,
'and in packages.
Best Flour in town, guaranteed, Sugars
of all grades, and finest Coffee,
roasted and green.
New Orleans Molasses, Georgia Ribbon
Cane Syrup, and Porto Rico
Dried A ppies and Peaches, loose Oat
Flake Meal, Quaker Oats in
Finest Chewing Tobacco in town; also
as fine a Cigar as there is
on the market.
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
In DISH PANS,
FR YING PANS,
Also OiL STOVES.
1 Burner, 75c.
2 Burnei s, $1.50.
3 Burners, $2.25.
PASTRY BOARDS, 20x30,
SJ. 'W. SE!GLER.
Westchester Fire Insumance Company
of New York.
.Glen Falls Insurance Company of
Rochester German Insurance Comn
p my of Rochester, N. Y.
Cotton risks a specialty.
Solit share of publicnatronage.