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practice. "practical economy
Every man who has any
and "good fitting" clothing s:
There is just as much di
suit as there is in the makinc
watch you want to know "h<
"insides." So about clothes.
"insides." How is it built?
some just "thrown together."
Our Clothing is "Built"
"Good Fit" and "Permanent
We are prepared to shoi
of the best manufactures in .
- We are also prepared to
oto.a "well dressed man"-_ Co
sizes; Neckwear in abundanci
Well, you will have to
enough about them..
Suspenders, Hosiery, Ui
.We don't hesitate to s
"the most complete" and "u]
exhibited in this town.
FELT HATS in
from the cheapest t<
We ask you to come -an<
that we willsell yor
atprices th .-fl astonish yo
K I'CHIltM E
Fciday, May 3, . - - 1901
-Mr. W. 0. Brice, of Co
lumbia, is in town.
'-Mis~s Ada Gureton is visiting
relatives in Charlotte.
R1ev. A. McA. Pittman, of
Gieenwood, was in town yester
4-The body of Mrs. Preston
h~Qs is expected to reach Edge
~-he weather the last two
.dayswas quite in contrast with
.that of the past week.
-Quite a large number from
Wiinnsboro will doubtless go to
the reunion next week.
-This has been a week of re
planting. The farmers have been
compelled to replant much of
their corn and cotton.
-Capt. Jordan at the Bank is
ready~to receive your first install
int in the Merchants' Building
and Loan Association.
-That editorial of the State's
on'-tHli velvet bean had the desir.ed
effect..- A gentleman in town went
at once and bought i.1 the seed
to be had.
-While the new machinery at
thie Fairfield Cotton Mills is be
ing adjusted, the mill is closed.
It will be a week or ten days be
fore work is resumed.
- -The South Carolina College
defeated 'TWofford in a game .of
baseball May the 1st. 0. Davis
mnade a catch that was a special
feature of the game.
-R. A~McMaster will be at
'the tow hall to-day and to-mor
row p-- :red to register the voters
of sc'aool distr'ict No. 14. Your
-county certificate is necessary to
entitle you to registei.
-"While they are having these
intercollegiate contests between
the male coll'weswhy not have
something of tne same kind
among the female colleges," was
the suggestive remark of a genitle
.man on the streets yesterday.
-tur. S. I. Woodbridge, the re
neird mi,-siinary'-rni Chins, who
.we epected. to bold' wissioniary aer
!ie3s at the Preib) terian churcb,-be
ginaning to day, writea that he cannot
come at this time. le hopes to be
- t bl to hi here at a later d1ate.
WHO HAS A REGARD FOR
his pocket-book ani wants to
should seeoar line of SPRING
regard for "well cut," well made
ould see our line of SPRING
fference in the "making" of a
r of a watch. When you buy a
)w about the movements"-the
You want to know how about
Some clothing is "built" and
and consequently you get a
v you the "choicest productions"
kmerica. COME AND SEE.
show you the other requisites
lars and Cuffs in all shapes and
and in all shapes.
see them. We can't tell you
iderwear and Handkerchiefs.
TO HA TS.
ay that we svill be able to show
to date" stock of Hats ever
n endless variety and
all colors and shapes, t
: Stetson's Best. t
I see and find out for yourself
-Miss Lil Dwight has gone to
Spartanburg to attend the great .
Musical Festival at Converse.
She will remain for a few days ~
after the festival is over.
-Rev. W. E Bogg3, D D., ofJ ck
snyvide, F~L, will preach the baces
laureate sermcu at the Prdob terian
C, 1 ege for Women June 9'h. The
annual addresa will b. by Fa'eeidentc
Har'z g Jane 10th.F
-Mrs. Helen Bullock, an or- I
ganizer of the Woman's Temper- g
ance Union, will deliver a lecture
in the Methodist Church at some ~
hour Monday evenmg. The ~
hour is yet to be .fied but the g,
same will be announced in the ~
various churches Sunday. Mrs.
Bullock was booked for a lecture
at Bidgeway last- night and also
for another to-night.
-Whatever else may be lacking 61
in Winnsbcro this summer soda w~
water and other refreshing drinks ti
will not be on the list. To the ti
fountain now running there will w
be added two others. Both Mc- T
Master Co. and Jno. H. McMaster i
& Co. are now preparing to put
in fountains. With three soda ti
fouains. in towh and two ice C
houses in'town it does look as if fe
this little town-metropolis for ti
editorial purposes-could keep ei
For School Trustees. t
Please announce the following ti
names for school trustees; y
W. G. JoRDAN, lc
R. Y. TURNER
Mt. Zion Societyh
There will be a meeting of Mt.W
Zion Society at 10 a. m. Monday, y
May 6th. A school trustee will ,
be elected at the meeting.
G. H. McMaster, Secretary.
H. A. Gaillard, President.
New Advertisements. it
Election of Dispenser-The in
county board of control of Fair
field county announces the elec
tion of the dispenser and his clerk
for June the 14th. See notice. b:
Spring Cleaning-McMaster & 2
Co. announce all the necessities it
for a general spring cleaning- a~
B. B. Poison, paints, etc.
O.A.BTO7 .zA.. -i
Resn~a hu~mdYu~a~ws* Bea
To-day and to-morrow are the
last days for registering for the
election of school trustees to be
had Monday. Mr. R. N. McMas
ter has been appointed to register
the voters for this election, and
he will be at the town hall ready
to register you. Only those who
have county registration certifi
cates can register. All qualified
electors for school district No. 14
are entitled to registration.
Catawba Falls Plcnc.
The regular annual picnic at
Catawba Falls will be held to
morrow, the first Saturday in
gfay, in accordance with a custom
>f long standing. Quite a good
number of the young people of
own will go. It is said that all
he members of the Cooking Club
will go. If so, they would do
well to carry their coffee and tea
pots along and show what pro
ress they have been making in
eir chosen art.
Where and To Whom.
In calling attention to the be
ining of the payment of the
ntalhments of the Merchants'
Building and Loan Association,
he place where the money was to
>e paid and the party to whom to
)e paid were omitted. Capt. Jor
Ian at the Winnsboro Bank is
he secretary and treasurer, and
s now ready to collect the first
nstallment. Already several hun
tred shares have' been taken, and
arties who have not attended to
he same are requested to call at
he bank and pay the same.
Election of School Trustees.
Monday, May the 6th, has been
,ppointed by the trustees of Dis
rict No. 14 as the day for the
lection of two trustees. One of
hese will be elected to succeed
dr. J. M. Stewart, whose term
rill expire, and the other will be
lected to succeed Mr. T. H.
Eetchin, who resigned. The one
,etting the highest number of
otes will get the full term, and
he one getting the second highest
umber will get the unexpired
erm. The same day the Mt.
ion Society will elect a succes
or to Mr. T. K. Elliott whose
HoTE Duvn.-C. S. Quinn,'
'irinia; C. W. Kingman, New
'ork; W. E. Smith, Newberry;
hn C. Dixon, South Carolina;
. M. Brown, South Carolina;
'.A. Gilbert, Philadelphia, Pa.;
D. Ben, Columbia; B. 0. Jones,
vannah; G. W. Mullens, Atlanta;
6. Jarvis, Atlanta; F. W. Mc
ollum, Baltimore; F. H. Mc
chern, Ridgeway; G. B. Phil
ps, North Carolina; J. H. Ha
od, Savannah; R. H. Gray, Ten
~ssee; A. P. Brown, Columbia;
. E. Smith, Savannah; C. A.
irke, Georgia; D. L. Stevenson,
~evenson, S. C.; J. B. Anderson,
Monday and Tuesday, May the
,h and 7th, the Southern Rail
y Company will sell return
kets to Columbia on account of
e May festival for one fare
hich is $1.06 from Winnsboro.
hese tickets will be good till,
Wednesday and Thursday, May
e 8th and 9th, return tickets to
lumbia on account of the Con
derate ieunion will be sold at
te low rate of one cent a mile
ch way which will make the
)st of the tickets from Winns
ro seventy cenis. The limit of
Lese tickets will be the 13th.
For both of these occasions
ekets will be sold from all other
ints in the county at the same
w rates as quoted above.
Jst received new line of ready-to
ear ats at Mrs. A. L2. McCsrley'a.
Try W. S. Fo:bea & Co's Monti
llo Hlams. They are mild e-ned and
ib every care and a'tention. ai~d ar e
'noucd to be the finest hams on
e mat ket As for W.8S Forbes &
,s Motebello Lar.J. It is .he leadi
gbrad. Every package guatranteed
he strictly pure and to c->ntin noth
gbut bog fat.
for OvAr F~fty Yeea.
M. WINsLOw's SOoTHING STRUP
- been used for over fifty years by
ili~is of mothers for tbeir children
bile teething, with perfect success.1
soothes tbhe child, sottens the gums.
lays al pain, cures wind calic, and
the best remedy for diarrhoea l'
ill relieve the poor little frufferer
rimediitely. Sold by druggists In
rery part of the world. Twenty five
ots a bottle. Be sure and ask for
Mra. Wioslow's Soothing Syrop,"
ake. a. other kind. 1-1-17
cures waelkng Coughs,
Sore Lungs, GripPneu
monia and Bron'is in a
few days. Why then risk
Consumption, a slow, sure
death? Get Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. Price, 25m.
Don't be imposed upon.
Refuse the dealer's substitn te ; it
is not as good as Dr. Bull's.
Sd - asI Oi09 cures Rbmumaimo,
Ackes OW Palm. Sa & 1 Cs.
SHOT BY A POLICErIAN.
Wednesday's Record Among the Evil
The town treasury had another
good day of it Wednesday as the
result of some evil-doing in town.
Press Hall became engaged in a
difficulty with another negro, and
in his too great desire to do him
bodily injury, displayed the weap
ons lhe had concealed in his
poek".. This brought him with
in lutches of the law, and
wheW got ready to leave town,
he minus a ten dollar bill and
also' the- weapons which he had
brought with him against the
peace -and dignity of this com
monwealth. A little later a
brother of Hall's got in a diffi
culty with a white man, and
though his antagonist was doing
nothing more than pounding him
a few blows on the head with a
sledge-hammer, Hall took to his
feet, and while making good his
escape as he thought, he was sud
denly called to a halt by a ball
from the pistol of Police Ketchin
who had been called upon to stop
him. Fortunately, the ball had
spent its force, having struck the
grounil before striking him. The
wound inflicted was a very slight
one. The officer of the law evi
dently did not intend to hit him
at all, but as the case in so many
similar instances, he missed hu
Hall was allowed to go without
any fine, as it was thought that
he had enough in him to be a
gentle reminder to him hereafter
when he came to town. His white
antagonist contributed $2.50 to
the to* treasury for the sanguine
pleasure he had" in dealing a few
blows on Hall's head.
BRVANT AND LONGTOWN.
Mi? Nannie Edmds, of
Ei yand M. . J.Wilds
if wwere united in mar
iagen the 24th. The marriage
ook 1cat the residence of Mr.
. P. Wray, at Ridgway, Rev.
. L. Freeman officiatn.
The bridal party left immed
ately after the ceremony for the
ome of the groom in Longtown.
Miss Edmnunds was one of
idgeway's most charming daugh
Mr. Wilds is one of Longtown's
most progressive and energetic
~armers. Mr. Wild's many friends
ake pleasure in welcoming his
ride in their midst.
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Wilds, of
'olumbia, attended the Edmunds
~Vilds' marriae. They also spent
ome time in Lngtown.
Miss Mary Simipson has e
urned home, after visiting rela
ives at Ridgeway and Simpsons.
Miss Jenmie Gladden returi.d
ome from Winnsboro on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Tidwell, of
idgeway, visited Mr. D. W. Tid
ell and family this week.
Mr. Win. Sanders has returned
rom Richmond, Va., where he
as been attending a medical
Mrs. W. D. Tidwell has gone to
blumbia to see her mother who
Mr. R. A. Stewart, of Winns
oro, is in Longtown.
Our senators seem to have lost
heir *natorial dignity.
Mq1, 1901. D. E. H.
James C. Reed, ex-depot corn
issary at.Manilla, is being tried
r receiving commissions on con
The center of population has
ove(' fourteen miles westward
d two miles southward in the
Notice to Stocioeli.
A meeting of the stockholderd of
e Fui field Cotton Milla is heureby
ailed for Monday, June 3:d, 1901, at
1 o'cloek A. M , in the Pre-idleiat's
om of The Wirnnsb'ro Bank, Winne
ioro, S. C., for the purpoe of consid
izing the quo-ti'.n of increasing the
sapital stock of vaid campamny to
~25 0t0, the increased stock to be of
a class knoWn as ' prefe rredt."
Seen tai y.
F.K. ELI(OTT, P'residenut.
We i5ep JNevv
all tle tiMe a
This week we ask your
Matting. New patterns in
Prices, 1 5C, 2< c, and 25c, whi<
you see the quality.
Another item we want y
have them with fancy handles
suit your purse. Two styles of
at $i.oo and $1.25
Just opened, a large lot of
Straw Hats, all shapes and sty
for these, but sell them cheap.
Something new in Ladi
pretty. We have a bargain i
which are worth much mor
Shoes, stylish and comfortable
<jXff il ii
We have been doing a r
selling more hats than ever l
We have replenished our stocl
style you want. The styles ai
Give us a call.
The MIell lr
HAVE YOU SE]
They are going at a sac
A combination of several of the
ransatlantic Steamship lines is
An election for Trust~e e for School
istric No. 14 will be beld on Mon
sya, the 6 h day ol May next. Oae
rstee will be..el. c'ed for three years.
and one for two ear . Rooks of
reistration will be opened in the
own Hall ofs the 2:ad, 3:d and 4th
dy. of Mby. A S ate registration
crt fi:ate wilt be n.ec.ssary go entitle
ny one to register The candidate
eeiving the big best nnumber <f votes
ill be er:titled to the three y ear tea m,
nd the next highest to the two year
trm. P.l's will be opened in the
'ourt House at 8 A. M. and close at
P. 1M. The managers will count the
otes and cer ifyv the result ** the
ord of Trustees of Sc'ool Erist
R. N. McMa'ter is appointed to
cndoct the registration. and Lone
treet Gantt, J. A. Hlinnant and R N.
?clater are appointed managers of
Byv order of the Beau d of Trustees
ft School District No. 14
J. C. CA LDW ELL,
Winn,r a, S. C., April 29 h, 1901
1 30 2
Eva po ratecd
This is the season for
these fruits. We have
them in all grades and
Prunes and Apricots.
MAPLE SYRUP to
close out at cost before
the weather gets warm.
W e give trading staups,
. M. HABENICHT,
All goods delivered.
.Up-to-date Bed-room Suits.
~ideboardu., Hall 1R eks. Chair', Rock
re Etrension' Talee, Wardrobeu,
~ateq, an~d a full stock of everythlr'g
the finitnre line'.
O) gaine, Baby i:arri gPP, S wing
lachie, "'ouk Stevei. Dry Good.,
stee rie , Shoes, etc., alway son hand.
anrd 1eop ouP
anl d fpesh.
;pecial attention to our line of
extra fine and heavy goods.
:h you will think cheap when
:u to see is Umbrellas. We
and plain loops. Prices to
special va!ue is a good Gloria
Men's, Boys' and Children's
les We don't ask long prices
es' Patent Kid Oxfords, very
'i Oxfords at 75c and $itoo,
. Men's Low-cut Vici Kid
ushing. business in this room,
etore so early in the season
and you can be suited in any
-e up-to-date and prices low.
.N OUR STOCK OF
rifice. We are in the ring for
JLe & Bryson.
Winnsboro, 6. C., May 1, 19)1
Notice is hereby give~n that a meet
ing of ' be B-sard of Control for the
Donntvy of Fairfield will be held isathe
Supe ryisor's ofie om F'riday,Jane the
14thb, at which meetine applicante for
the position of Dispen er and D.en
:er's Clerk at Winnib ro, S. C., will
A pplicants for Dipenser's Clerk
nasr, be prepa-ed to give bond In thbe
uom of Ii--e hundred dellars before
ippoiintmnent will be made.
All applications f wr said po-1-os
most be on lie w-th the County Siper
riser at least twenty days previous to
W. ML. CUR LEE, Chairwait.
.J F BROWN.
ULYSSE 0. DESPORFES,
Board of Control for Fa*irfd d o.
We again call attention to
B. B. Poison. "A stitch in
:ine saves nine."
PAINTS in a variety 9f
shades. We guarantee our
Paints to last as long, to cover
IS well, and to be as cheap as
my good paint.
PAINT BRUSHES from
CALCIMO in all colors.
A cold water preparation,
~qual to kalsomine and cheap
WALL PAPER. Peat'
PR ESTON RION,
PacineFir Iuburance Company of
Gleni Fall Insurance Company or
R~oebeister German Insburasce Corn.
say <.f Rochester, NJ. Y.
Slcits share of pub ic patromage.
Cute Cold In Nead.
Kermo. C boeotates Laate Quuea