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NEWS AND HERALD.
WINNSBORO PRINTING CO. 0
J.FRANK FOOSH E, . . - EDITOR
TERMS, TN ADVANCE:
six Monts.................-..- .
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Tuesday, December 3 . - 1901
President Roosevelt performed
a double service yesterday in the
formal opening of Congress and
the Charleston Exposition.
It is an expensive sport that
costs bodily injuries, broken limbs,
and even death some time, yet in
the football games there is hardly
a one in vhich some of the above
accidents do not o,ccur. Where
the returns are for such heavy
investments is somewhat beyond
Rev. W. R. Richardson has
been elected editor of the South
eevn Christian Advocate to succeed
the Rev. Jno. 0. Wilson who has
filled the position for several
years, giving a better paper the
past year than at any time dur
ing his entire term. The new
editor will prove a most able one
if he is as 'able on the editorial
tripod as in the pulpit.
The newspapers of the State
are very active in exposing the
various easy-get-money schemes
that are being worked so vigor
ously all over this and neighbor
ing states. Some say that this is
bevond the bounds of the news
paper. Why, we do not see
Surely it is the -duty of a news
paper to serve the public. As foi
ourselves we firmly believe thal
the conditions of these scheme,
are such that somebody ius
necessarily lose. We, therefore
are "agin 'em."
Several times within the pas
few days we have heard variou
ones speaking of the value c
wheat as a forage food for stoc
in the early spring. In the fir
place it is said that wheat is on
of the surest crops to be raised i
this section, standing the wintt
better than .any ther . gra=
ThenfUther-it-i contended thl
t -- of th. succes
thtthey will so* much wheat to
Ibe used in )ilis way the next
~ring to make up the great de
'ciency in their corn~ crop. As
about all the farmers of Fairfield
* county will have to face this feed
problem of their stock next spring,
we advise that they cast around
now for the best methods of tid
ing over the trouble. From what
we can learn, we think it would be
expedient for them to try this
is lHogs are Fat.
.Afew weeks ago I was greatly
perplexed as to how I .was to
fat en my four hogs" said a pros
perous farmer just the other day.
"My corn was out, and the re
turns to be secured by -feeding on
corn bought at the present prices
offered nothing encouraging. For
tunately however 1 had raised a
goo'd crop of turnips and so I de
termined to try them. In order
to get the best returns 1 cut the
turnips up and boiled them well.
Then I mixed this cooked food
thorough ly with shee*ts." Then
he added with a great degree of
satisfaction: "You just ought to
see those hogs. I neverci 5:1W
hogs fatten imore rapidly." What
the above farmer hia- done should
be a stimulus~ to other farmners.
If turnips serve so well for fatt
tening when coru is scarce the.1
would serve eqia'ly as we l i'.
the time of plenity. Peruys
other farmers hnve the turnips
but are not using then wisely
Turnips are not much o a fo
if fed raw, but they are fine i
fed as above, and still better food
can be made by sourinig the above
mixture for a period of twenty
four to thirty-six hours.
But I haven't the turnips some'
will say. Perhaps not this time,
but let this be a warning to plant
an abundant tuinip crop next fall.
A. J. Snell wvantedab-attend a party,
but war, afraid to do so -on e ount. of
pains in his stomach, -whid heffeared
would grow worse. He s-iys,- "I was
telling miy tioubles to a lady friend,
who said: ChamberlaTn's Colie, Choflera
and Diarrhoea Remedy w-111 put you in
condition for the party., T bouight a
bottle and take pleasure hi stating that
two doses eured me and enabled me to
have a good time at the partyv." Mr.
Snell is a resibent of Summer Hill, N.
Y. This remedy is for sale by Mc
Ridgeway, S. C., Dec. 2.
lisses Clara and Daisy Sawyar, te
f Johnston, attended the Boyd- N
awyer wedding. w
Misses Bessie Lyles and Bessie at
uattlebaum were the guests of ir
irs. Team during the Boyd- m
awyer wedding. a
Supt. of Education John Mc- fc
dahan came up ou Saturday and
eld a teachers' institute. Prof. 1
iitherow and daughter, Miss R
dary, school commissioner, Mr.
Leon Rosboro, and Miss Bessie
dcMas:;er, of Winnsboro, were in c
Miss Ellen Bookhart, of Blythe
wood, has been visiting Mrs.
A party of young folks went up 1
to Winnsboro last Friday -night I
to attend the Mozart Symphony
Club. They report a very pleas
Mr. Hamp Mellichamp has been
called to Brrnwell, owing to the
illness of his wife.
Mr. C. P. Wray is improving
and able to be out again.
H. T. McIntyre, St.. Paul, Minn.,
who has been troubled with a disor
dered stonich, says, "Chamberlain 'S
Stomach and Liver Tablets do me
more good than anything I have ever
taken." For sale by McMaster Co.
rIarriage at Ridgeway.
Ridgeway, S. C., Nov. 29.-On
Wednesday last at 9:30 a. m. in
the Baptist church, Miss Lulie
Boyd and Dr. Olin Sawyer were
married, Mr. Freeman officiating.
The church was well filled with
friends and acquaintances, and
gracefully festooned with garlands
of evergreens. In the pulpit re
cess and around the organ, a mass
of palms raised their stately
heads, grace, added to stateliness,
by the drooping fronds of Boston
Under the -killful fingers of
Miss Bessie Lyles, of Winnsboro.
the full notes of Mendelssohn's
wedding march fell upon the ear,
the ushers entered, followed by
t the groom and his best man,
s Capt. Claude Sawyer, of Aiken,
If up one aisle, thg bride on the
k arm of her broher, Mr. EdwardE
it Boyd, up the other.
e Immediately after the cere
11 mony, the, young couple, ami
r showers of rice, and good wishes
lefton esoun ibounmd train fo
The. bide wore a
green broad-cloth gown,- tri
with velvet and stitched bands of
afeta silk, and a beepming hat ofj
green and grey.
Dr. Sawyer is a rising young
physician, filling a position with'
the Atlantic Lumber Co., George
The bride is the youngest|
daughter of the late Dr. John
The young couple have many
friends who wish them a happy
and prosperous journey together
through life. -
"I had long suffered from indiges
tion," writes G. A. LeDeis, Cedar City,
Mo. . "Like others I tried many pre
~aratiols but never found anything
that did me good until I took Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure. One bottle cured mue.
A friend who had suffered similarly I
put on the use of Kodol Dvspepsia Cure.I
He is gaining fast and wihl soon be able
to work. Before he used Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure indigestion had made him
a total wreck. McMaster Co.
Bennettsville, Nov. 26.-Court
adjourned to-day. The case
against Dr. J. C. Moore for prac
ticing medicine without a license.
was continued because derfendant's
attorneys intended. to attack the.
jury law. All 'civil cases were
continued for the. same reason.
Special to The State.
(ureq Vez.-ma and Itrhlng Humeri
Tuirougha the~ Jlood.-tgts ta hing to Try.
1. . B. (Botanic Blood Balm) is a
criniai andl sure cure for eczema,
ahing skin, haumors, seabs, scales,
water id isr, pimp'le~s, aching bones
or joit, Iboils, ca rbuneleks, prickling
ni in the~ s;-in, old eaiting sores, uleers,
.te. Botanie Blood Balm cures the
wo ):st anid mo~st det.l pseated. cases ly en
i -hiig, purifying and vitalizing the
loo . ther,-by giving a healthy blood
ppvto the skiun. Other remedies
m:jJj ysv, but B. B. B. actually cures,
iials every sore, and gives the rich glow
f iehi to thme skin, iakingr the blood
ed uourishing. Especially advised for
011, obstinate eases. D)ruggists, $1.
Trial treatment free anid prepaLid by
writing Dr. Gillanm 213 Mitchell St.,
Allanta, Ga. Descriie :ouleand free
medical advice given.
It is said that George Mc
Cravy, late sheriff of Laurens
ounty, now deputy marshal, has
his ee on the Laurens postoffice.
The term of Pcstmaster Robert
o expires in January.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers never
disappoint. They are safe, p~romplt,
gnti, effective in removing all impu
rities fronm the liver and bowels. Small
and easy to take, never gripe or distres.
There will be a meeting of the
3chers of Fairfield County at
t. Zion Saturday. Mr. McGhee
11 be present, and the course of
adv announced at the last meet
will be the program. These
eetings are being well attended,
id a good attendance is hoped
)UGHS AND COLDS IN CHILDREN.
ecommendation of a Well Known
I use and prescribc Chamberlain's
ough Renedy for aiinst all ol)Suinat,
nstrieted eoughs, wih direct results.
prescribe it to ehillren of all ae.
mn glad to reconmnienkt it toall in need
id seeking relief tom colds and
ugis and bronchial fflictions. It i
on-narcotic and safein the hands of
le most unprofesisiomi. A universal
anacea for all nankin1.-.MRS. MA ax
Ms nM. D., Ih. D.. Chiesa,
11. This remedy is 'or sale b; M:
The folloving tacts of land
vvere sold yesterdayby the clerk:
Wessinger vs. Nessinger, 50
cres, $25. Bought by plaiutiff.
Estate of Richal Matchett,
two tracts, bought by T. H.
Ketchin, $100 each.
Winnsboro Bank vs. Gco. H.
McMaster, 1,500 ares, $1,375,
J. E. McDonald, Att.
BY THE SHEWE.
Douglass vs. Powd, 153 acres,
$810, H. P. Green, a-orney.
G. H. McMaster. house and
lot, $1,000, J. E. M)onald, at
The following traG were sold
by R. C. Gooding, tritee:
Red field, 120 acis, $1,7705
W. R. Doty.
Frazier field, 17Q aes, $1,810
W. R. Doty.
Armstrong place,135 acres
$470, W. R. Doty.
Town lot, $95, D. Walker.
Guignard Place, 45cres, $115,
W. R Doty.
Weston place, 850 ces, $1,600
J. P Caldwell.
Garrick place, 316 ses, $1,505
D. V. Walker.
Wyr'ck place, C, 80 acres
$1,005, D. V. Walker.
Wyrick place, D, 10 ScreE
$720, W. R. Doty.
Wyrick place, A10 acreE
$1,255, D. V. Walker.
Wyrick place, G, 2 aere
$410, W. B. Doty.
V. B. Doty.
Flarity place, 45ae,$0
. R. Doty.
Douglass place, 85 a~cres, $5O
. B. Doty.
A Startling Surprise.
Very few could believe in look
ng at A. T. Hoadley, a. healthy
obust blacksmith of Tilden,.Ind
hat for ten years he suffered suc!
ortures from Rheumatism as fev'
ould endure and live. But>
'onderful change followed hi,
aking Electric Bitters. "Tw<
ottes wholly cured me," h<
writes, "and ~1 have riot felt:
winge in over a year." The'
*ogulate the Kidneys. purify the
lood and cure Rheumatism
feurlgia, Nervousness, improv<
ligestion and give perfect health
'ry them. Only 25c. at McMaste:
o.'s drug store.
The governor has appointet
3eo. P. Bryan probate judge fo
larleston to succeed Judge Bol
;er, deceased. The appointmnen
vas recommended by the Charles
:on delegation in 1he general as
A Glood Cough fledicine.
Vrom Gazette, Too'woomnba, Australio
I find Chamberlain's Cough Reined,
Ls an excellent medicine. I have bee:
uuffering from a severe eough for th
Last wo months, anb it has effected
!ure. I have great pleasure in recon:
nendng it.-\ . C. Wockner. Thisi
:he opinion of one of our oldest an
nost respected :esidents, and.-has bee
roluntarily given in good faith thia
thers may try the remedy and h
enefited as was Mr. Wockner. Thi
enedy is sold by McMaster Co.
ing of ConscienceCost Owner S$d
Washigon, Nov. 25.-Secre
tary Gage has received from a:
mknon person through collee
r of customs at New York
oonscience contribution of 816
There will be a meeting of th? negr
achers of Ithe county at the negr
raded school in Winnsboro on nex
aturday for the purpose of organ izinl
County Teachers' Institute. Al
egro teachers are requeswed to attend
.. A. Tillnm will be in charge.
W. T. ROimOR(ilfI74 JR.
'Iblie y.a:r' 11 is so nr goue
th~t te:rK ar.' to, tfiy days
remainig. '*o* the ir 102
there are soxn~ thi.7s you should I
attend to. Aug tlas: are the
paying of your suoscriptiou ac
conuIU, if y a have not already
attendoI to it, :>t to my any
thing of ohEr s devolvin
upon vo. No loubt you ave
)Lit off this smaA account to look
after some 1:;uCr ones. If you
were the onV one that had (lone
so with us. then it would not be a
mnatt(r os eme l c usequence;
I but you are ono of severIl hun
dreS. Now tia:.t we h ore w-aited
so ptic-Itly on you, we as that
You give this iatter yonr prorpt
Wi usboro .'rinting Compmy.
Ci m . i n's
Stomach And Liver Tablets.
\WhIe on youel . u, l after cating.
WIin you ha . nz qppute.
When you h.ae a ba: i tadte in the
I 'ouf i I.
WhV our1 O i ver iS torpid.
Whvn .our iowel= are constil-ated.
Whin yu have a iwadache.
When vou f:el 1bii:us.
T eIyI( x-ili im ove yuu.r appetite,
cle mse anid inigoraite yourL st~omach
aw1 rg11d te youi Iiver anid bowels.
For sale Iby -I: Isteir Co.
T iI TAX HOTIU21.
I A'M NOW RICEIVING TOWN
taxns at No. 4 Lw Rtinge.
Otiiee Iours from 9 o'cloek A. M. till
2 o'clock P). MT.. andt from 3 o'clock
P. M. to 5 o'cloc. P. M.
PenIal*y will attach after the 31st
.iNO. J. NEIL,
12-3 Clerk of Coundil.
s0 more\ he b1 o
~ ~ ~buy very
thing peeded for a good'
a a .1e of the strin
gency of the hard times,
then be up and doing.
rDon't be grieving over
solt milk and saying if I
had only done "so and
so," then---. The thing
to do is to face around to
the future, and shun the
paths that have led you
to your present position.
Be the wise builder that
counteth the cost. See
that each cent and dollar
that you spend are spent
economically, Make your
t money go as far as possi
ble. A ipply this principle,
and better times will come
, your way,--and you will
surely trade with us.
Our stores are fiiled with
bargains for you, and we
want you to come and see
what great assistance we
can give you in tiding over
the present situation. A
visit to us will convince
you of this fact, and noth
ing short of this will. So
start at once to save your
moey-=that is, let your
next purchases be from
.1n OC EBOAG.
STOP! LOOK J
Tlere's a "Big Racket" in tow
buy your winter goods from ot
in the habit of buying from tI
will positively cave you from I
See our line of Wash Silks at
Waist Flnnels atdim per yar;
Ii-t Plaids from .5c per yard
10c Fl.;n-tuletts at 7c per yard
7e Outings at 5c per yard.
Oil Calicos at 5e 1er va".
Yard wide Bleaching at 5c up
Yard Sea Is al e.
Canton FIanrnel from c to 10c
Best shoes for t!.e least nrone;
Big hue of the latest styks of
rivcd; going at rock botton
If you lave never bought fron
Your hard time frieu
C. B. GLADI
WANTFD, Hickory, Dogwod and
Persinunon Logs. 'outhern Hard
wood Co., Charleston, S. C. 11-264n1
CHAS. S DWIGHT,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor.
Railroad, land, and water power sur
reys iade. Plans and estimates fur
ha te Garden Sot of Fai ld
In one of the.inost healthful and
favored sections (with good neighbors)
half mile from fine church and a goot
graded school, is a fann of 160 acres
known as the Gladney Place, which ]
will sell in lots, or as a whole, at $(
per acre. Rents for $300.
Also 150 acres, known as the Hop
kins Place, of fine river lands, goo
farming and pasture land, at $10 pe
acre. Rnts for $250.
Alsor78 acres, known as. tJ .no. B
Stevenson tract of the DouiltanO
good fa'rms and the best rier
in. the contf. - T0
All of .the bo
twvo agid ro4
Horse ta i rse
com havse me and I real lec
you have one that will giv
I have four very fine Milcd
Cows that I will sell or trad<
them for dry dattle,
One Barrel Saratoga Chips.
- One Barrel Malaga Grapes.
Cape Cod Cranberries.
Stuffed Persian Dates.
Heinz's Mince Meat.
Heinz's Preserves and Pickles.
Prunes, Nuts and FIgs.
New erop New Orleans Molasses, 0
Genuine Maple Syrup in cans.
Large fat No. 1 Mackerel.
Full line Heavry Groceries always or
F. M. HABENICH.
g~rAsk for trading stamps.
All parties are hereby notifiel
not to hunt or otherwise trespass
on our lands. Violators of thih
notice will be prosocuted.
Mrs. S. J. Hall and children,
ND IS TEN
a! Don't rush headlong and
hers simply because you are
enM, but first visit us for we
5 to 35 per cent.
25c per yard.
Men's and Boys' bats just ar
us before, give us a trial and
ro Racket Co.
My Stok i COniltm
New and large variety;
best assortment we have
ever had, and prices to
Best English and Amer
can granite, plain and
decorated. In this line
we make extfa etoi'an4
offer special barg n.
A 0 1.4
up a' cO1p1e
suit both younga
IPrices to suit the hard .tims
Our goods are bought t
- sell and sell they must.
Call early and take: your pick
before the assortment is
Ibroker. Prices to suit you.
JMt. HI. MESTR & CO.
Phone No. 9.
MONEY TO LOAN.
I will make loans in reasonable
amounts on first mortgages of farming
lands at seven per cent. straight inter
est Payments in instalmenits in not
less than five-years, and no brokerage
or comisisions charged. Apl to
J. E. McDON ,
Winnsboro, C, 0
or . E. DAVIS.