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Wednesda.N. J:nuary 21 - .1:03 f<
-Mr. J. H. Cummings spent s(
Sunday in towna. I
-Mr. G. B. McCants spent 1'
Sunday at home.
-If convenient see the biditor
when on his rounds.
-Every thing mas very .much S
frozeti up yesterday.
-The Folks Up Willow Creek
*at Thespian Tuesday, Ja-nuary 27.
-Ms. Robt. Mackorell spen
Monday in t<,wn on his way to
-Lee's birthday the 19th was e
observed as a holiday by the p
--The time foe the sowing of
small grain is at hand. Grain
sown at tlf season often does e
-Miss Eloise Propst enter
tained a number of her friends i
Friday afternoon with a flinch A
-Mr. W. A. eaty, Mr. W. C. 2
Beatv, and Mis i1iilla Be at
tended the funeral of Mr. J. M.
-Mrs. D. J. Macaulay has re
turned to Chester after a short I
visit to the family of her brother, w
Mr. J. F. McMaster. c
-Don't neglect the making of e
your tax returns to the 20th of ri
Febrnary, after which date a 1.
penalty will be added. g
-Alex. Stark, better known as
,:Peg Leg" on. acsount of his f
wooden leg, was run over by a 9
train and 3illed in Columbia 9
-Dr. J. J. Robertson of Mal
v en, Ark., is on a visit to relatives
in thLIS county. It is very pro
bable that he will remove to this b
-Mrs. T. W. Brice, who has
been visiting her son, Dr. Brice, u:
fortsome time, r-turned to her
home at WooiwardAWednesday.
-Cheste- Lantern. . 11
-Rev. H. 0. Judd spent Mon
day in towi'. His ministry as
rector of St. John's will begin
next Smiudb when he will con
duct -erxices r t 11 o'clock.
Mr. W. S. McDonald, who
made many friends ]ast fall while
with D. V. Walker & 'Co., is now T<
-Mr. W. L. Derrick spent
Sunday at home. He was great
Jy pleased with the high favor ol
with which the Caldwell Cotton' o1
Planter is being received. He is m
away from home again this week G
in the inteiest of the same.
-The location of the new A. R.
week. The members have been
called upon to express their pre
ference of two lots--the Lumpkin
lot on Congress street and the
-Ruff lot at tire corner of Wash
iugtonz and Zion~streets.
The State Bar Association did L
itself great, credit in electing J.a
E. McDonald, Esg., of the.Wnais
boro bar presidetit for thie coming.
-year. He will wear thisghigh.
honor gracefullyK th ^Asso
ciation will go for ar er his
Kodol does for the t~ia
which it is unable d If, eveg ]
Nvheni bueeleb ly or % -
loaded.' - Idol sn niatuit :
juices of digestiohi aind9 -die Ivr~ W
.of the stomadh, - ip evu
- tension, wile4i - in id
that organ.:are allogc~~2tbysl ea1
Kodol digestsvwhat you a enski
thc stomlach and digis e o ilts t
trar sfonn all food into -rivb, red bloodw -
- Mec Ister Co. . .
. Limited CostS~ .Sfi
The Durham eMe uitile Corns cc
Spmni, of 'Rllackstoc imnounce a
imited. cost sale. t heirs is -a
~ell filled store thbat would do
credit to a largertpwn, al those
who take adgyautage 'o .hs offer.
of theirs are stfiretolget some F
good bargaitrr; . . tl r
A meeting of the . F'airfieldil
* Agricultural Society will be held D
t the courrt house..Saturtlay .Jaun. m
jA full attendance is dgaired ei
V 'W.'he ofiEers for the present a
~year will'be er'ected t~ that time. T
S Thd ed he:ds ev'eryvnaIon,
Thle' nen, poorK men and isers
All in pay'ing trbu)lte to
Dc t's Litt le Eairly Risers. o
Little EaTrly' Riser JPills aLre tihe best I
ever used ini my famtily. I unhesitd-I
tingly recoiunenid themi to everybody.
Thev~ eure Contstipat ion, Biliousness, g
Sick Headache. T1orpsid Liver, Jaun- t
dice,.:~ Malai ndal other liv'er trou
ble'.i; . M ate:C.
WANTED-T w o iundrend
>ung men and ladies to qalify
ir paying positions. If you are.
iterested, write us for our hand
me illustrated catal9g. The
anier Southern Byl
ge, Macon, Ga.
There w11 g at
ion chur ' ng at
L o'cloi s lock
c. At the close qf the
ornin ervice there will be a
ngre;, ional meeting for the
urposs e ecting a nas r. $
the ' se sionth..
ery ic nil be
Is displayed b many a mang
during pains of kidenyl Cuts,
ounds, Bruises, Burns,g'ealds,
or&- feet or' stiff joiits. I
ere's no need for it. B s
rnica Salve will kill the pain
ad cure the trouble. It's the
est Salve on earth for Piles, too.
5c, at McMaster Co.'s druggist.
The Raly Day exi. he
:aptist church Sunda-r. toa
ere largely attended, tL t, ge
iurch being wdl filled. ' he
cellent program was well car
ed out in every particular, great
to the delig t of the large con
egation present. The pastor,
ev. J L Freeman, is in great
,vor n only with his own con
egation, but 'th other congre
tions as wel. He is a grQwing
The Audito ods.
The auditor or his deputy will
) at the following places on the
Blythewood, Wedhesday, Jan
Horeb, FridsT-, Juary 23.
Jenkinsvill e S rday, Jan
ry 24. ' ''
Monticelloo Monday, Januaryi
Albion, Tuksday, January 27.
Buckhead, Wednesday, Jan
You Know What You Are Taking
hen you takA Grove'&asteless Chill
nic lbeeause the formula is plainly
inted on every bottle showing that it
Installation of Officers.
The folihiwing were installed as
leers of the Winnsboro Lodge
Kniights 6f Phythias at~ the
eeting January 13 bf Deputy
rand Chancellor Preston Ri n.
J. P. Quarles, 9 C.
R. W. Matthews, V. C. C.
J. H. McMastea, P.
L.-Landecker, M. of W.
J. L. Weathersby, K. R. & S.
C. K.'Douglass, M. E.
F. E. Propst, I. G.
J. H. Fields, 0. G.
Stops the Coggh
'and works off the Cold.
erBromno-Quinine Tablets core.
4d in olie day . -No Cure, No Pay.
.ie 5 cents4
1oy & Wethersby.
The alfvei s she. name of the
W'firmnihathas bought out 'the
oeery, bd a f Mrs. F. M.
abenidh W#' somposed of'
Sand Mr. Jas.
o Vpung men wrho
h~ V ceedingly well.
Scontmf with W.1
sbfissisted 'by .Mr. Gordon
nattlebanm will have the active
~nggent of the business.
ns. :Habenicht .had built up a
i~ trade, especiy for fancy
'oceries,'- which. secialty will
ntinue as a spesialtv. with the
U'p Willow CreeR..
Tuesay evening .Taxnuary 27
rak -3)avidson will appear at
e Thespian Hall in that roaring
flicking comedy, "The Folks up
illowv Creek" the ' mor. of
biich is said to be c1. harm
as, innocent and refre 'ing. Mr.
avidson hais been at Winnsboro
ore than once befpre, andi hisr
itertainments piave been of such
high order that the manager of
bespia -H all bespeaks a good
idienes for him, feeling fully~
sured tihat a rich ti-eat is in
ore for all who attend. .
The News and Herald
ifiCe has on a hand -a full
t of all the legal blanks,
iCuding note and m'ort
ages, ljens, bills of sale,
tites to real estate,~ mort
age of real estate, etc.
THE OLD RIJABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
A meetin<. of all the school
s trustees of Fairfield county will
be held at the court house Sat
e uiday January 24 at 12 o'clock.
6 It is very important that there
be a full attendance. -
D. L. STEVENSON.
_fuperintendent of Education.
a 'Books of Subscription.
THE ROBINSON-ELLIOTT CO.
. In accordance with Authority
T from the Secretary of State, books
it of subscription to the capital
i stock of The Robinson-Elliott
e Company will be opened at The
1 Winnsboro Bank during 'business
hours Wednesday, January 21st,
19,03. Capital stock $30,006,
4 divided into shares of $160 each -
payable in cash or its equivalent. "
J. L. ROBINSON,
T. K. ELlIOTT.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Fairfield.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Thomas Lyles ana William H.
Lyles, as Executors of the Will
of, Thomas M. Lyles, deceased,
3 against .
areL Poellnitz, Idie Meador,
Ma L Poellnitz, Mary.Lo
- ,2Be~k 'omas M- a
.M. Dumas, Claud1a Clyde D
:mas, John W. Lyles, W. Boy
kin Lvles, S. Bessie Boyd,
Thoma's M. Lyles, J. Morris
Lyles, Stoney English Lyles,
'Eliza P. Lvles, Mattie L. Davis,
SJohn F. 'Davis. Thomas *L.
SDavis, Amos E. Davis, 'Jr.,
- Belton E. Lyles, Estelle C.
dl Lyles, Annie R. Lyles, Austin
*P. Lyles, Carrie E. Mobley,
ai Gussie Lyles, Woodward Lyles,
SRebecca V. Lyles, James..
SLyles, Cora Lee Lyles, Rebey
V. Woodward, Carrie Lyles, __
Mary Woodward Lyles, Henry
J. Lyles, Isabel Lyles, Jennie
P. C. Lyles, Nicholas P. Lyles,
fFlorence F. Lyles and Edith E. TI
- Lyles, Defendants.Fa
Su&mmons. For Relief. (Com- Bis
*plaint not Ser~edl.) in t
~,To the Defendants above-named: boro,
SYour are hereby summoned Bi
and required to answer the corn- audii
~plaint in this action which is filed tress
in the office of the Clark of the T1
Court gjsCommnon~ Pleas, for-the 1
said Consty, and@> serve a 'copy -
of your answer to the said comn
plait on the subscribers at their01
~office, B3ank Range, Winnsboro,
South Carolhia, within twenty A
days after the service hereof, ex- Fairf
clasive of the day of such servi&e for F
and if you fail to answer the corn-Ba
plaint within the .time aforesaid, A. i
the plaintiffs in this actioni will Right
apply to the Court for the reliei fer
demanded in the complaint. I2.
SJanuary 12, 1903.
A. S. & W. TD. DOUGL AS4,
A ttprneys for Flaintiffs.
To the Defendants 5'lie L. Poell- All
nitz, Lidie Meador, Mary L. SamY
Poellnitz, Mary Lo eck;
Thomas M. Lyles, Marion M. estat4
Dumas, Claudia Clyde Dumas same
-W. Boykin Lyles. and Estelle
.C. Lyb ;
Take noc that the for'egoing
-is a copy of the sumnion s in this
action. and that the complaint
herein was filed in the office of
the Clerk of Coprt of Commrnn
Pleas of Fairfieh,\69nty, in the~
State of South Carogna,' onethe Th
12th daiy of January. A. D. 1 ~hereb
A. S. & W. D. DOUGLAS i DaF
1-14-6t A ttorneys for Plaintiffs. convi~
e ** any I
NfONEY TO LEND.
Seenred by first mortgage on i- Jidde
prve farms.Borowr pays actual .State
FOR SALE-wo Blff PI
moWith 11ock Cockerels at $1.
each; eggs in season 75c per 1
F M. Clarke.
A leid Enoi Collision.
Monday morning the ear
~gssenger train which was o
time ran into. the. engine of
freight train that was at the tan
ge .water. Both the enginei
and thV freman orn- the passeng<
train jumped -with 'the result the
the former sustained . sever
painful bruises abo'nt the hea<
His wounds were promptly dres
d by the resident physician, Di
Buchanan. :No one on the freigi
train was hurt as the crew a
left the train as soon as they sa
the' coming train. Tle passez
gers while considerably shake
up sustainet no injuiies. Bot
engines were badly damaged an
two freight boxes derailed. .
wrecking crew was soon on han
and - nbout sil hours the trac
was 1leared * that all train
were running Nlual.
The accident was due 4th
fact that the conductor of th
freight train in readingthe ordei
that the.second section of nun
her 30 would be an hour and
half late overlooked the fact thd
the first section would be o
Dislocated Her Shoulder.
Mrs. Johanna Soderholm, of Fergt
Falls, Minn., fell and dislocated l8
shoulder. She had a surgeon get
back in place as soon 'as possible, but
was 'quite soreland pained her ver
much. Her son mentioned that i
had seen Chamberlain's Pain Bali
idvertised for sprains and sorenes
and she asked him to buy her a botti
of it, 'which he did. It 'quickly 'r
lieved Jher and enabled her to sleel
which she had not done far seven
days. The sop. was so much please
with the relief it gave his mother tha
he has since recommended. it to man,
others. For sale by McMaster Co
ANY CHURCH or parsonag
or institution supported' by vQl
untary contribution will be give:
a lioeral quantity of the Long
man & Martinez Pure Paint
whenever they paint.
NOTE: Hat e done so for tweint)
seveuvears. Sales: Ten million
of gallons; tainted nearly tw
million- houses undr guayante
to repaint if not satfisfctory
Tlie' paint wears for :periods. i4
to, 'ighteen -years. Liaseed O
~u t be added to th e pin~d.
th about $1.25 a gallon. Saa
pes free. Sold by our Agentk
'One Hundred Dollars a Box
is the value H. A. Tisdale, Sunmmertor
S. C., placs on DeWitt's Witch Haz4
Salve. He says: "LI had the piles fc
20 years. I tried mlany doctors an
medicines, but all failed except -D4
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It cure
mfe." It is a combination of the hea
ing properties of.Witch Hazel wit
anticeptics and emollients: relieves an
permanently cures blind, bleedin
itching and protruding piles, sore
cuts, bruises, e-zema, .sal~t rheum an
all skin diseases. McMaster Co..
To The People of Wirmsboro.
I wish to -express 'to you :mi
sincere appreciation of your' gen
erous patronage as well as friend
ship to me and mine during m:
eight years of business. I:-giv
up business with 'many i-egrets
for in many respects I bave foun'
it pleasant. Mainly because yo'
have miade it pleasant foi- me, ani
I 'hall eyer remember you kindly
In transferrijpg the'business t
Messrs. Boyd & Weathersby
trust you will show them 'as man
favors :a you have shown mef~'
Very Truly Yours,
.3. Ml. Beaty.
' Mr. W'. A. Beaty received
telegramp' San-dav; smornin 'an
iounefng 'the- suedaen death th
~venig before .of 'his brother,. '2
1. Beatf of ~irlote. Mr. Beat,
lived;. in, Wih - up to 'tw<
years ago whferemoved t<
Oharlotte to. a t the positioi
of secretary ' treasurer of tih
D. A. .Tomp~ sCo.,ar~hjch posi
tion .he held "to his. edth. Mr
Beaty was 51 years ol and wai
long ai member of 'the Presby
terian church. He lea'ws a wif4
:ind six bhildren;. al T' threi
brothers W. A.peaty ofu' Winns
boro, J. L... Bea 4D.of Chkarlotte
J. H. Means B of Clemiso:
College, and two siste'rs Mis
L~illa B'eaty of 'Wihnsboro, ai<
Up McKlin of' .nderson. Tg
bereaved ones have the sympath:
of many friends in town.'
MMaster Co., druggists, guaran t'
every bottle of Chamberlain's Coug
REnedy and will refund' the moneyt
anyone who is not satisfied. after usia
two-thirds of the~contents. This is %fi
best remedv in the world for -la griy~pt
coughs, 'colds, -eou~p .and whoolvmi
ough and is pleasant and 4o ttki
't prevents.ang~ tendencyt~. cold t
V. C. BOYD.
BOYD & WD
(SUCCESSoRS TO F.
Solicit Yo*r Ps
IPf H'AND PAl
Lne Cigars an
Spectacles. are intended
eyes as well as to improve
to begin using them is the
weakness appears. If the
ache, or if the vision beco1
you shou!d be fitted at onc
There is one lens make
lenses are generally ackno
to all others, aWd we h
Spectacle Leo aire as F
;nade, andyou want theb
matter of saving your si
higher than for the Inferic
Jno. H. McMi
e anrnual meeti' of the
iets Mutual Fire Inurance
Sn illbeheld on tij
ondayin Fer war , 3
e Court House, in Winna
,at 12 o'clock.
sines, election- of officers,
ing report of Secretary and
HOS. L JOHNSTQNE e
21-2t. President. c
meeting of the stockholders ofi the L6
ied Cotton Mills is hereby called i
bruarv 3, 1903, to be held in the
sent's room of The Winnsboro et
Winsboro, 8. C., at 11 o'clock C
.to vote on a modification ofc
a and Preferences of the Pre
T. K. ELLIOTT'
Ntice to Creditors. y
parties indebted to the estate of
Center, decese,;are hey
hih lhas . th 'sald
a*I.reb notli to
duly attese, to the uP
W. C. McMI t
Win boro, S. C., Dec. 28, 19020
rownu CgmeuiI of Winnsboro
ofer~a reward OK OE HUN
DOLLARS for evidence to
Ct, at -theb court of final resort,
~erson whop slnl fn~awfaniy sell ~
s place of .lUsine, within the ~
rate limits.'ef Wi4Vr any in
iting iqu or pthp-liquors for.
n to be sa1by the laws of the
of South Carolina.
T. H. KETCHIN,
3 a Specialty.
to rest and save the
the sight. The time
moment any sign of
eyes smart, blur or
nes at all imperfect,
e with suitable glasses
r in America *hose
wledged to be superior
ave them. Uiwkes'
erfect as they can be -
Ot when it comes to'a
t, The prices are no
kster & Co.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
~Lbriek iss a ~yes, Mi
aa diffnce ibm. Goodd
y.good machineiy, up-to-dae
etho~, in fact a thousn
~tails, are a necessity to produce~
e best b~c~ehave our,
ant fully. '~ui for a aec
of .15,000, not only t t
it have a'y of' the fimest
rr elay-ever located in this
utri.. Our plant is on the
tawhi-river near Fort Mill, S.
,and ship( ftation, Grattan,
"A man is a' for a' that,"
it-what .dierence in 'em.
u.rqiae the best lonajbet for
r &iuse; thybest coal. for
ur ebgine; the best flour for'
tbie. - One does not bujy.a -
mo oirse when. he can .get,
och b'ter'fori- ear.the, ame~~
rice. : is is true ibo'ut every-.'
ing one n.eeds.
In a builigng -nething is more
~setial-than god nateril,. It
ds to the safety and wear, ,be *
des 'twill .sellyfor. more. Who -
yuIdg pay ui'orefor~ a ,build
g p up o>uf O. BratL'quality
ate thkyforgne thrown~~
Let us correspond with-tyou.
mt service inuaipments.
1ARLOTTE BRICK CO.,
OFFICE WITH *
S. 1MINCI-I & CO
N4itARL.OTTR, N. C,