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WE HAVE A BI
White Goods in lace stri
and have them priced ve
" them. Also Plain Lawn!
Organdies, price ioc to
Full line of Swiss ar
,and Insertion to match t
" and Insertion, very pret
Colored Lawns, Org
variety of patterhs, price
A handsome lot of Bl;
in new weaves, prices
sm,; a ll lot of Silks 1n
We still have a fine st
please you both in the g<
To plege every one.
ly fine line of Ladies'
leather; also Strap Sand
all shap'es, hfgh and low
the best value that can f
.and our prices are right.
We want 3 our trade, a
to your interest to trade
business. We get goo
we give good value wer
'goods. Polite attention
Al AL INT'. LIGENC}
Wednesday, June 11 - - 100!
aThe News and Her
ald:office i$ fully equippe(
for doing your job print
ing.. The increase in th4
amount of the work it ha:
done so far this year a,
compared with last yeai
is full evidence of the
satisfactory work done.
-Miss Laila Aiken is visitin,
friends in Chester.
-Miss Alice Neal of Davidsoi
is visiting the Misses MeMaster
-There- was a delight ful ger
ma at~ t ar~m-nory Friday night
~s Shi3Ketchin is on
visit toahr sister at Newark. N. J
-fiss Riachel McMaster is a1
home froin her school at Libert'
-Mr. E. P. Davis, of Durham
X. C., is at home on a weeks v'a
-Rev. R. F. Kirkpatriel
preached at Scion church Sunda'
-Mrs. J. B. Campbell has re
turned4from au -eended visit t<
-The Columbia District Con
feren ce. will convene with th.
Winnsboroeimurch July 9-13.
-Miss Louise Dwight has ac
cepted a position as stenographe:
in the attorney-general's office.
-Miss Mamie Huey who ha:
'heen feaching in the Lancaste:
graded schools has returned home
-The shouts of the childrei
on the streets Friday told tha
Mt. Zion had ended another ses
-Miss Annie Davis has gon<
to Philadelphia where she wil
rem ain for several weeks wit]
-J-lTe Union Charity Society is
requested to me'et to morrov
(Thursday) afternoon at Mrs
W. A. Beaty's at 6 o'cleck.
-Mr. J. E. Brakefield o
Osangehurg spent y esterday wit]
his friend Mr. T. M. Lyles. The;
taught in the same school lasa
It has been definitely decidei
that the state leunion of Con
federato veterans will be held th
7th and 8th of August at Green
-Hon. W. B. Wilson and Dr
T. J. Strait have been in towr
for several day s looking afLe1
their candidacy to represent this
-The kind of farmers neede<
at this season of the year are
pea farmers-farmers who plan
peas in their corn and on thei:
-Mrs. J. A. and Miss Mami<
Brice and Mrs. W. H. Fleunikel
are-attending the commencemen
of their alna mater, Due Wes
-The trustees of the Cheste
graded schools have decided t<
erect another school building t
accommiiod..te the large attend
.AUTIFUL LINE OF
ped and open-work effect,
ry cheap. You should see
;, at 5c to 25c; finest White
5oc per yard.
d Nainsook Embroideries
hese. Also fine Val Laces
tv and dainty patterns.
andies and Swiss in great
s to suit your pocket-book.
ack Dress Goo.s for skirts
5oc to $i.oo per yard. A
waist pa.tterns, pretty and
ock in this room, and can
)ods and the prices.
We are showing a special
Dxfords, in kid and patent
als, Gents' Fine Vici Shoes,
cut Our Shoes represent
>e obtained for the prices,
Lnd believe you will find it
with us. We study our
I value when we buy and
i we sell.. Call and see our
given to all.
Dry Goods Co.
-The workxof the competent
and diligent teachers, Mr. and
a Mrs. J. R. Dye, is highly appre
ciated by the people of Lowry
. ville.-Cbester Reporter.
j -Mr. E. H. Hall went to his
father's home, at Mitford, Tues
day afternoon to spend several
days. He will shortly join Mrs.
5 Hall at Spartanburg.-Chesttr
r -Mr. and Mrs. J. R Dye, since
the close of school at Lowryville,
are in town, and will spend most
of the summer at their residence
on Columbia street.-Chester
-As high as is the price of
peas every farmer should plant
as many as possible and give
them such cultivation as- -will
enable him to have peas for
-Mr. Clement F. Davis has
our thanks for an invitation to
the commencement of the South
Carolina College. Mr. Davis en
joys the coveted honor of being
the chief marshal.
-Mrs. Ella Gooding and her
Sdaughter Miss Isabel went to
Colubia yesterday to witness
the graduatin.g exercises of the
South Carolina College. Mr.
> Henry Gooding is a member of
the graduating class.
- -The editogv of the News and
i Herald is indebte'd to President
D. B. Johnson of Winthrop Col
-lege for an invitation to the comn
r mencement-exercises June 15-18.
Miss Daysie -Brockington is a
Smember of the graduating class.
r -The music"for th'e candidates
.on their visit here should be fur
1nished by the new Bavarian Harp
IBand which has just been organ
ized with forty-seven instruments,
all right new. The members -are
in daily practice.
j-Mr. W. C. Zeigler, of Black
vilule, spent two days in town last
week in reorganizing a lyceum
course. The lyceum was reor
rganized. A good list of attrac
tions is promised for the coming
season, which will begin about
-A party from Ridgeway, con
sisting of. Mr. Charlton Thomas,
Misses May and Jennuie Thomas,
and Mr. WV. H. Ruff, came up last
Thursday and engaged in a tennis
I tournam'nt. A.'ter the rackets
- were laid aside a most pleasant
Sreception was tendered the visit
-ors by Miss Bessie McMaster.
.-The salary of the postmaster
.at Winnsboro has been reduced
from $1,500 to $1,400. As the
salary is based on the sale of
stam~ps, this would indicate that
the sale of stamps for the last
Spostoffice year was less than of
the previous year, though had the
sale been only a little more theme
would have been no decrease.
-Mr. J. P. Quarles left Satur
(lay for his home in Abbeville.
3 For two years lbe has been as
Ssistant principal of Mt. Zion and
Sitia matter of general regret
ton the part of patrons and pupils
that he has decided to leave the
r school reom for other business.
Mr. Quairles has won many friends
> in Winnsbor'o who extend to him
- their best wishes in whatever
-Mr. J. L. Mimnaugh, of Co
lumbia, spent yesterday in town
-Miss Lula Hinnant, who hac
been teaching at Stevenson, re
turned to her home at Ridgewai
-The entire last year's cottoz
crop, consisting of 26 bales, pro
duced on the county farm, waa
sold a few days ago. S. M. Jone:
& Co. purchased it, and paid 9j
cents per pound for 25 bales anc
9 for 1. The total weight of the
26 bales amounted to 11,13(
pounds, and $1,055.76 was turnec
into the county treasury as a re
sult of the sale. These 26 balei
were raised from 30 acres of lanc
planted. Mr. Alex Carter is the
efficient manager of the farm.
-Our college boys and girh
are ziew returning home and wo
gladly welcome them back. Th(
following are already in: Mis:
Mamie Brice, the Woman's Col
lege, Baltimore; Miss Jani(
Ketchin from Converse; Misse:
Marie McCants, Anna Beaty
Annie Dotv, Gussio DesPortes
and Alice Walker from Presby
terian College, Columbia; Messrs
T. K. Elliott, Jr., and O. R
Brown, from Clemson College
Within the next two weeks abou
all the others will come in.
'@rThe Southern Rail w a
wishes to mail you their Summei
Resort Folder, which contain:
much valuable intormation foi
pleasure and health-seekers. Ad
dress R. W. Hunt, Charleston
An effort is on foot to est%b
'lish a free rural delivery rout(
from Ridgeway. The proposed
route will include Longtown
Biyant, Centreville, Myrtle and
Smallwood. It is to be hoped
that the route will be established
County Summer School.
The attention of all the leach
era of the county and all those
expecting to teach next year iF
called to the summer school that
meets Monday, June 17. A corn
petent corps of teachers will be
in charge. Prof. Johnson will
teach English grammar and Eng.
lish literature and Miss Habe.
nidht mathematics and maga
traiining. Rome' very interestine
work will be done, and every
teacher should try to be on hand
Attendance upon the summel
school will greatly facilitate the
securing of a teacher's certificatE
and, is made a condition for the
renewal of certificates.
W. B. .Jackson Killed.
The people here were greatly
shocked last Thursday afternoot
when the news came that Mr
W. B. Jackson had been killed
that morning at Batesburg. Mr.
Jackson mets his death while
sharpening a tool on a grind.
stone, which was fixed to a pul.
ley and whicTfflew to pieces, one
pic PTkn him in the face and
causing death in about an hour.
His remains were brought thai
aftenoon to Winnsboro and in
terred in the cemetery of the
Methodist church Friday morn*
ifig. Revs. J. L. Freeman and
J. B. Campbell officiating.
Mr. Jackson was a contractoi
and for several months had beet
at, work at Batesburg, where his
wife, who was Miss Mamie Hin
nant, and two little children weni
to join him only a short while
ago. His mother and brothers
salsliv here, and all have the
sympthyof the entire commu
nity in the bereavement that has
Etract of Vanilla
PRICE, 10 CTS. TH EOTI'IJ
W. C. Beaty.
J. 0. Boag.
DesPortes Mercantile Co.
M. W. Doty & Co.
Mrs. F. M. Hiabenicht.
W. R.Rabb & Co.
Jno. M. Smith.
IW. D. Tennant & Co.
0. A. White.
Th'e Obear Dru Cc
The Work of the Firmamets.
Saturday and Sunday after
noons there were good raiw
throughout the county. In seve
ral sections there was considera
ble bai, wind, and lightning
The greatest damage was in the
Stevensoff section, and Mr. Jno
Turner suffered most. His gir
house was blown down and hit
residence 'was also considerably
damaged. His crops and those
adjoining him were very mucl
damaged by the hail.
In the Greenbrier section the
negro Methodist church was badly
damaged'by a stroke of lightning
In tawn the A. R. P. manse
was struck by lightning, but little
damage was done.
c Jno. H. McMaster & Co.
want vou' to read their new ad,
and then call and see them.
The court of General Sessions
met Monday morning with his
Honor Judge Buchanan on the
bench. Solicitor Henry and
Stenographer McCaw were in
their respective places.
The following jurors were ex
cused: R. C. Dove, T. W. Shedd,
and L. L. Langford.!
The court was occupied all ol
Monday *ith the trial of Jane
Adger for the stealing of live
stock. The jury-found not guilty.
Tuesday morning . the case
against Chas. Paulding for burg
lary and larceny was taken up
and the jury brought in a verdict
of not guilty,
Jack Nelson was found guilty
of housebeeaking and sentenced
to five years in the penitentiary,
In the case of the State vs.
Thos. Crawford for housebreak
ing and larceny; the jury found
him guilty on the second count
and the sentence of the court was
thirty days on the public works.
John Young and Chas. Haigler
plead guilty to housebreaking
and larceny. Each was given a
year in the penitentiary or on the
On account of the indisposi
tion of Solicitor Henry yesterday,
Mr. McDbnald rt!presented the
The court of General Sessions
adjourned 'yesterd; afternoon.
The court'bf Common Pleas will
be in sessiii to-day.
-tne 55;6- eetsi~ eg
dressed lqmber for sale at close
prices. 3J0. Boag.
Presentment of Gesnd Jury.
To His 'Honor Judge 0. W.
We, the grand jury of Fa;irfield
County, ask~ leave to submit this
our report: and presentment. We
have notling to present Ufficially.
We have acted on all the bills
submitted to us and returned the
same to the court.
We recomm end that two good
mules be furnished by the proper
authorities to the chain gang, te
be used instead of the bnes now
We the grand jury heartily en
dorse the. action had at the late
Democrhtic'eounty convention in
reference to the enlargement and
improemnent of the gourt' house.
We have appointed the usual
committees to examiine' pub)lic
offices, books and records of pub
lic officers, etc., and inbtructed
them to repor t at the next term
of this court. With thanks to
your Honor for your kindness
M. D. C. Colvin,
Letter to Mr. MW. Doty,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Dear Sir: We have on file tes
timonials from men who have had
L. & M. Pain t wear 14 years on
their houses without epainting.
Most people get tired of a color
before that time. TIhe extreme
durabily of L. & M. coupled
with its gre'at economy due to the
fact that you add much oil to each
gallon of. paint basenabled us to
keep up our enormous sales. No
thinking house-owner will buy a
thin paint when he can get his
paint and oil separately at proper
price for each and then mix them
together. Kindly obte.in our color
cards and prices from McMAS
TER CO. Very truly,
LONOMAN & MARTINEZ,
After' a length'y session the
Virginia constitutional conven
tion has adopted its constitution
by a vote of 90 to 10. A recess
ill be taken till June 25th so
that the work of engrossing may
One Minute Gough Cure
Next Tuaday the political ba 1
ball will be set in motion in ear
nest. The senatorial cand'dates
will begin at Columbia, and the
State candidates at Sumter. The
candidates for the senate will be
Geo. Johnstone of Newberry,Wm.
E!liott of Beaufort, D. S. Hender
son of Aiken, A. C. Latimer of
Anderson, and Jno. J. Hemphill
of Chester. For governor there
will be W. H. Timmerman of
Edgefield, M. F. Ansel of Green
ville, W. J. Talbert of Edg'tield,
D. C. Heyward of Colleton, James
H. Tillman of Elgefield.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY (;IVEN
that a special election will be held in
the town of Winnsboro on the SECOND
TUESI)AY IN JULY, 1902, to deter
mine whet er the said twn shall issue
Ten Thoiisa id Dollars of bonds for the
purpose of establishing an Electric
Light Plant by said town.
Books of Registration are miw open
at the store of Jno. M. Smith, in said
town, and wili remain open until Sat
urday, the 28' h day of June, 1902. All
electors d(siring to vote at said election
A. B. ('ATHCART,
Intendant, pro tei.
JNO. J. NEIL, Clerk.
STATE OF SOUTH'CAROLINA,
TOWN OF WINNSBORO.
Whereas. a petition has been duly
submitted to the Town Council of the
town of Winnsboro praying that a
special election be ordered to determine
whether the said town shall issue ten
thousand dollars of bonds for the pur
pose of establishing an electric light
plant by the said town; and whereas,
it appealing to the said Council that
the said petition has been duly signed
by a majority of the freeholders of the
said town as shown by the tax books
of the said town. Therefore,
Be it enacted by the Intendant and
Wardens of the said town of WinnEr
boro, in Council met and by the au
thority of the same:
SEIrloN 1. That a special election )e
and is hereby ordered to be held in the
said town on the second Tuesday in
July next to the end that it may be
determined whether the said town of
Winnsboro shall issue ten thousand
dollars of bonds to establish an electric
light plant for said town.
SEc. 2. That notice of such election
be published in the Winnsboro News
and Herald for the period of three
SEC. 3. That books of registration be
at once opened by the Supervisor of
Registration for said town, and kept
open by him until Saturday, the 28th
day of June, 1902, that full opportunsty
may be given to the electors of the said
town to register and become qualified
to vote at said election.
Done in Council this the 9th day of
Junme, 1902, and with the cor
A. B. (ATHCART,
Att-sat: Intendant, pro temn.
-JNO .J. NE IL, Clerk.
I am a candidate for the Legislature,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primlary. C. S. FOR D.
I am a candidate for re-election to
the House of Representatives, subject
to the action of the pimary.
I am a candidate for re election to
the office of Probate Judge, subject to
the action of thme Democratic primary.
S. R. JOHNSTON.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the oilice of Judge of Probate
for Fairtield County, subject to the
action of the Democratic primary.
D. A. BROOM.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the office of
County Supervis ir for Fairfield County,
subject to t:.e action of the Democratic
primary. A. D. HOOD.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for re election to the'~ office of
Treasurer for Fairfild County, subject
to the action of the Damocratic pri
mary. H CGH S. W Y LIE.
I am a candlidate for re-election as
Auditor of Fairfield County) subgect to
the action of the Democratic prinary.
J. L. RICH MOND.
SUPERINTEND NT, OF EDUCA
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the office of
County Superintendent of Education,
subject to thle action of the Democratic
W, L. ROSBOROUGH, JR.
I hereby announce myself a cand'
date for the offie of SuperLntenldent of
Education for Fairtield County, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic pri
mary. THOMAS M. JORDAN.
All personms holding claims against
the estate of Jaimes S. Lyles, deceased,
will present the same duly verified to
to the undersignied, and all persons in
debted to saidl estate will imake p)ay
menlt to the unmdersignmed.
June 4, 1902. A . P. IRBY,
Notice is hereby given that I will
apply to the Probate Judge for Fair
tield County for am finmal discharge as
Administrator of the estate of James
Turner, deceased, on the 27th day of
June, 1902. I. HI. JF.NNINGS,
Now is the Time t'iant
LATE CABBAGE S ,
RUTA LAGA TURNIY*D
CREASEBACK and other
CORN and SORGHUM.
AND MOSQUITOES IN
the room where our Wire
Screen Doors and Windows
are used. They contribute
richly to the pleasure of life
during the long, hot, summer
days. They are no longer a
mere l'xury, but an actual
necessity withinge ieach of
complete with spring hinges
and porcelain knobs, at $1.00,
$1.50, and $2.00.
at 50c., GOc., and 65c. each.
Buy now and get rid of the
flies and insects.
J. W. SE IGLER.
Shoulders, Pure Lea1Larim1l~
Conm~ound Lard, Bologna Sau
sage. Mackerel lx 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 Apples 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!
I have io or 12 real nice
Hoi-ses that I will sell cheap
or will trade them for in
mutes. If youi need a r'se
come to see me and I will let
you have one that will give
I have four very fine Milch
Cows that I will sell or trade
them for dry ca4tle,
The old Board of Supervisors of. Reg
istrtioni, consistin.g of T1. W. Sligh,
J. H. Neil, and( W. W. Crosby, has
been reappointed. The Board holds
its regular monthly meetings the first
Monday in every mionth'in their office
in the Court House.
T. WV. SLIGH,
Chum. lna Sun-i.nrs 1enrtion.