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A large shipment of Irish
Potatoes for early plant
ing just in.
Special attention called
to our stock of Gents' and
Ladies' Shoes. Be sure to
see them. Prices right.
Staple and Fancy Groce
ries to please every one.
W. C. BEATY CO.
5 dnd 10=Cent Goods.
We are offering astonishing
bargains at five and ten
cents. We are proud of be=
ing able to give our custom=
ers such a bargain feast.
Too many bargains to name.
Come and see for yourself,
and don't put it off till to=
H. LANGLEY, THE BARGAIN
Victor Records and Needles
for sale here. . . . . . .
My stock has been re
plenished by the arrival
of a fine assortment of
CUT GLASS and
and there is still more
coming. You will find
this the place for Wed=
ding and Birthday Pres
C. M. Chandler.
FULL STOCK OF
Buist's Garden Seeds
Red Bliss Triumph Potatoes
On ion Sets
Best varieties for this country.
Cabbage Plants in season.
R V. TURNER.
On the farm. All preparations making for
the planting of the crop. The needed Ploughs
and Gears--in fact everything in the way of
farm supplies--to be had here. Supplying
your wants in this line a specialty with us.
Don't forget that I carry a big stock of
G roceries and can always save you
money on these necessities.
Plantation Shoes bought be
fore the rise and will be sold at a lower price
than they can now be boughtsw hesale.
A. B. Cathcart
> EWS AND HERALD
WINN RIRO, S. C.
J. FRANX FOOSHE h
Editor and. Pr1oprietor.
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Wednesday, Feb. 21. 1906.
Hub Evans' defeat as chairman
of the State board of control
came as a great surprise to the'
people not in touch with things;
in Columbia, but it is no less a
matter of congratulation to the I
who!e State he was snowed under!
by such an overwhelming vote.
Senator Tillman says that it
is up to the people to decide the
dispensary issue this summer.
And when the campaign is ended
it is moro than probable that the!
Senator will find that the people K
are tired of the Gi.M.I. in Col
unbia. if the dlispensary is to be
continued, it wilt be as a county
It is quite certain that every
arrangement will be perfected for
the reopening of the library
Th1ursday, 'March 1. It is a mat
ter of congratulation to the com
miunity that the library, which
has done such good work the
past two years, now has ever 500:1
books and in its new quarters
should be more largely used than
ever before. The membership
fee is only oue dollar a year and
every person in the town who
possibly can should encourage!,
the work of the library by joining1
The senate and the house
were wholly divided as to the
proper solution of the dispensa.ry
qaestion, the former standing for
the stato institution with purl
fication and the latter committed
to the policy of county dis
pensaries. As a result there was
no dispensary legislation after
all, though this was the one ab
sorbing problem before the
general assembly. It will now be
fought out in the campaign this
summer. Candidates f -r governor'
and for the senate and house of
representaties are going to haven
to make their position on this
vexing problem known. It will be
a campaign of measures versus
The legislature has adjourned.
A great many bills were passed
and some very good ones too.
Fairfield came in for her share of
local legislation. Two very im
portatnt acts relative to the affairs
of this county were passed. Both
the bills published in The News
and Herald several weeks ago
have now become law. One of
these provided for the appoint
meut of a commission to investi
gate the financial affairs of the
county for the especial purpose~
of ascertaining what is the coun
tv's indebtedness and how it was
nade. The other provides for
the submitting to the people of1
the county the proposition of
voting for the issuance of $40,000
in bonds for the payment of the
county's indebtedness and putting
the county on a cash basis. The
date set for this election 'will be
the s~ma~ asi that of the first pri
mary in Aug.ust, though it will be'
c~oliueCd as a general election,
havogu separate managers and
Fiot Hjill wa discontinued as
a vot ing place in general elections
s ther- ar not enough votes out
ere t.' justify the expense of
Spi ! it up.
TJi.I, dfe gtt:ion has recoin
iod o tha governor the ap
o~u Lt f h~'1i ht ollowing coin
mnissi') i .. dance with the
act Ii 'un i\'o V . D. Doug
..., R~ 5 ' a , T. S. Brice.
The le- t n ave b en recomn
a d i *dinpmtmu t as super
Hogau. Tibase were agreed upon
y th' d'4legation a year ago, and
dept Lhe <iforts of some of
their fiendI~s in behlf of the two
members left off, Capt. T. W.
Sizh and Mr. J. H. Neil, the
lelgion would not make any
chw.:e in its recommendation
ageed upou one year in advance.
Thel~ county levy was fixed at
.4 mill.-. Oni 'the present valua
tion ihis will mean about $1,000
mre for the county. Thle amount
asked for was 4A mills.
Thle bill of Senator Johnson to1
re ven t sn pet visoi s and commnis
itwrs from farnishing county
.up le . whl n fie was
amfllo the bills of a general f
uture that was ratified. I
Ini(!s 4tion is easilv overcome by the
use oft I\'de~l Dyvspepsia, because this
remeidy digests w.Vhat you eat and gives
the stomachi a rest-allows it to recu
~erate and grow strong again. Kodol
relieves I ndigest ion, Belebing of Gas,
sou Stozmach, 1Ileart-Burn, etc., and
naleste degestive organs to trans- 3
form all foods into thbe kind of rich red
bhlode that muake~ health and strength.
so1A by all dalcf5.
The court of gen ral sessions
mvened Monday morning with
is Honor Judge J. C. Klugh
residin'. Solicitor Henry and
tenographer McCaw were at,
1eir respective places. Seven
en grand jurors responded to
le roll call. L~ngstreet (iantt
'as chosen foreman.
The State vs. Daisy Coleman.
The State vs. Robert Murphy.
The State vs. Sharpe Wylie
The State vs. Andrew Graddick.
The State vs. Sam Brice.
The State vs. Ralph Davis,
tssault and battery with intent
The State vs. Ernest Feaster.
tssault and battery of a b:igh and
The State vs. Edward Raines;
Fohn Doe, alias William Hall.
Robbery and larceny.
The State vs. Bunyan Harris,
21rank Ross, Edward Harris,
gIarion Carman. Gambling.
The State vs. Henry Lamar.
The State vs. Jane Carman and
Bunyan Harris. Keeping a gam
The State vs. Jane Carman.
7iolation of dispensary law.
The State vs. Phillip Penn.
ssault and battery with intent;
The first case that came up for
;rial was that of Daisy Coleman,
vho killed Mamie Williams at
he carnival the week before
Jhristmas. The jury yesterday
Lfternoon found a verdict of gui
;y of manslaughter. Th-e attor
2ey's for the defense, Messrs
Buchanan and Hananan, at once
!ave notice of motion for new
Bunyan Harrison, Frank floss,
Edward Parrison and Marion
_arMan pleaded Guilty to gam
bling. The sentence of the court
was to pay a fine of $1.00 and
serve on poblic works 60 days,
>r pay a fine of $20.00 and serve
>n public works one day.
- Jane Carman pleaded guilty of
violation of the dispensary law.
rhe sentence of the court was to
pay a fine of $100 or be confined
in the county jail 3 months.
Jane Carman also pleaded guil
~y to keeping a gambling house
1.'he sentence of the court was to
pay a fine of $1.00 and be con
jined in the county jaii 30 days,
r pay a flue of S10.C0 and be
:onfind in jail one day.
rhe mase against Bunyan Harris
n the same count was nol pros -
At the time of going to press,
he jury in the case cof Andrew
liraddick for murder had j ust
een drawn. The court will be
ully occupied the whole of this
veek with criminal cases.
This ailment is usually caused by
heumatism of the muscles and may 1be
ured by app)lying Chamberlain's Pain
3almn two or three times a day andl
ubbing the p arts vigorcusly at each
pnplication. I f this does not atlord re
iet; bind on a piece of flannel slighily
lampened with Pain Balm, and a quick
elief is almost sure to follow.'- For sails
>y Obear Drug Co., and all medicine
A quiet marriage was solemnized
rn Wednesday evening, February
L4th, at the home of the bride's
arente, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
L'obinson, when Mr. Clifford
smith led to hymen's altar Miss
Lilla Robinson. Only the fami
ies and a few friends were pres
mnt. Rev. Geo. P. White was
he officiating minister. These
young people have many friends
whose bearty congratulations and
best wishes go with them.
A dwelling in ti-e southern
Limits of town, owned by Mrs.
Lula Wilson, and occupied by
M1r. Lawson Crumpton, was do
stroyed by fire on Friday. The
ire discovered about half-past
aine in the morning, but it had
nade such headway that it was
impossible to stop it. The most
>f the contents of the h~ use
were saved. The house was part
y covered by insurance. Mr.
Drumpton and his family have
noved back to his country home,
>ne and one-half miles south of
own. This is iha first dwelling
:hat has been burned in Ridge
vay for a number of years.
Lost! I am lost to understand
wrhy you don't follow your leading
nen by signing your names with
heir's on the register of Winns
oro's monthly Pressing club. Fee
11.00 per month for Each member.'
lrousers pressing a specialty.
satisfaction and prompt service
;uaranteed. S. I. Benson, pro
>rietor. Room in Thespian Hall.
VAN'IED--To make a few de
sirable loans on real estate at1
7 per cent. J. E. McDonald,
Winnsboro, S. C.
[ONEY TO LEND-on real
estate. A. S & W. D. Douglas,
Read This. I1
TelI the worm 01VAu,'r feeli . i11 I4
iv ou want to hn<
Your DweHiing and Furni=
Your Barr and Stock.
Your Store Building,
WI H. J ENIKN
Prompt ateinas vla.-, pfromlpt
Letters of Administration
State of Sout h ('ar)iia,
County ,If Fairfiel-d. i
By 1). A. rooumn, 1-q., P~robate Judge-:
WINheren-4, J. .3'. Wilson hath made
suit to mC to Lrant her letters of ad
ministration of the estate and effects
of R. ). Wilson. dieeei-Ve:
These are, tiwre..Or, to cite :mld ad
Imtoidna and nin ular the kindred
and14 creditors of the sa id iR. D.
Wilson, der4-1, Ohat tey Ie and
appear h'-fore Im(, in the ( oiurt of Pro
bate, to) Ie hel at 1 airlield Conrt
House, Soth C(arolina, 'on the 2Gth
d-ay of Febrary next. afTer publica
tion hreof, at 11 t'vibwk in the fore
0011, to Shlw c\ aui.e, If an1y they have,
why the said administration should
noth le granted.
Given u I ly 1ad11,1, this ')th day
of February, A. ). 19Y.
). A. BROOM,
2-14-2' Judgeof Probate.
Letters of Administration
State of South Ca-rofli,1
County of Fairtield.
By ) A. Broom. KAil., aJudge:
Wherteas, Jo~hn W. Ly!"-, C. C. P..
hath IIade , to 1:' [to raa -im
letters o)f adnf ist:aion of the estatc
and eliesof .fom ollin-Z.dee e :
Ti lav re, therfore, to che and ad
111011ish a1ll and singular thi kindred
1:md4 editors o th Id John
Hoi-lls, decea.sed that they be and
appear before , nw. inl the Coirt of Pro
bate, to be held at Fairilihi Court
House, Soulth Ca-rolina, c.n the- '8th
day of -March n xt, a-f\I r -pulica
tiol hereof, t 11 o'clok in hl the fore
noon, to show cause. if any they have,
why the said adminuistration should
not be grantedl.
GAie under myi hand, this 2:3rd day
of January, A. D). 1906Y.
D). A. BROOM,
1-24-Bt .Judge of Pro~bate.
To the head of every family who is
ambitious for thle futuire and education
of his chilrea, we have a Special
Proposition to make.
No article in the house shows the
evidence of culture that (does a Piano
ir orer~n. No *-o' pii-:nt !2ives
as miuch pleasure or is o4f as great value
in after life as the knowvledge of musje
and the ability to play well.
Our Small Paymeint' Plad makes the
Ownership of a High (rade Piano or
Just a few dollars down and a smtail
laymlent eac.h mointh or quarterly or
semi-annually and the Iustrument is
Write us to-day for catalogue and
ouir Special Prop)ositionI of Easy Pay
Columbia, S. C.
Tli Mac Balsimfs fcola
Is now the lest equipped business col
lege inl the Soth. tronlgly endorsed.
Our graoinates are in demand.
Terms the most reasonable.
All interested will do well to write
THE MACF EAT lBUSINESS
10-18 Columbia, S. C.
C. S. PI LE , J D.
Ofliees: 4 Law~ Range.
Hotur-: 10 to 3
J. D. McMEEKIN,
W1NNSi;.Oo, S. c.
Omlee over M. WV. Doty's store.
When ini nrod of wire fencing
such as vard, cemetery, poultry,
and field fer-i::L, also mionumfent:
and tombli)toni supplies, call on i
or' wri R.L L. Routree, agent,
Ridgeway, S. 0., before buying.
WANTED)-To huv old United1
Sta[,- :nd Coiceaerate stamps; H
also old foign (4 stamnps. Ad- t
dress5 us wit pa rtienlars. Ban
nister Stampi Co. Georgetowvn.
S, C. 2-7-Gt
lJOEY To LEND.-IJ have
some mo:;r to lend :n real
estate securi ty. U. W. Rags
dale. 1-31 e
(EUE S LAX(AT!VE HONEYmiTAB
T . L. E? L E.
S The got d ld Quaker once said t:
" Nalhan. it inot whai
i hee Sm1ar:: a a not u b:z
I iee fat: -I'r wiat thte
rie1, GUt LWha-t t h 4ee V~
w This saigha-w.yb
use of a S vi A fuit iLu C
Pays 4 per cent on deposits in
2 per cent on deposits in
I 'have I
to get ho
suit the pi
THERE IS 1'
When you have a store
So, eat and drink-but y
less you trade with
e ifferent ki
Notice of Application for
Charter of Railway
Notice is hereby given that on Mon
day, the ~>th day of March, 193J6, at ten
'clock a. mn., or as soon thereafter as
they can be heard, the undersigned
will apply to Hon. Jesse T. Gantt, See
retary of State, at his offiee in the State
apitol. in Columbia, South Carolina,
for a chatter for Catawoa Valler Rail
way;'the purpose of said corporation
being to build, construct, equip, main
ta and operate a railway in the State
of South Carolina, located in, and run
ning through Wateree township in
Kershiaw cou nty, t hrough townships
numbered Twenty-two, Twventy-five,
ndl Twenty-six, in Fairfield county;
Rossvi lle andI Lan dford townships in
C hester coun ty; Catawhba, Ebenezer,
'and Bth~lel townships in York county;
the line oif said proposedl railway run
ning through the townships afe resaid
in a general northerly direction from
some point on Seaboard Air Line Rail
way, in Wateree township, Kershaw
county, necar Lugoff, a station on said
railway, to a point on the linec between
York counity, ini the State of South Car
alna, and Gaston county, in the State
of North Carolina.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, among other things, will ask
or the right to condemn lands and
property for any and all railroad pur
p)oses, as provided by law.
-(Signed) J. L. GLENN,
E. BE RKEL EY,
J. A. PR IDE,
From the Best Tested S eeds.
Now reqdv for shipment, iarge,
strong, healthy, th-se plauts are
~rowni inu the openf air und will
stand severe freeze witbout in
ury. Early Jersey Wakefield,
arge Type or Chairleston Wake
ield, which are the best known
m;rieties of early cabbages, also.
Eenderson's Succession, the best
arge, latte and sure header, Au
;usta Early Truc'her, also a fine
ype of late variety. Neatly
>acked in light baskets. .$150
er thousaud: for five thousand
r over,SJ .i5 pier thou sand, f. o. b.
Special prices madOe on large
ts. CHiAS. M. GIBSON,
Toungs Island; S. C.
T COST--Ali heavy shirts dan.
undervests at cost to close out.
R. A. Buchanan.
J-A.ES Q. DA iner.
J Cash icr.
DRO, S. C.
t ihm icads that makes
t thce ats that makes
car!:s tiat makes thee
ieuired trcugh the steady
the Savings Department.~ - .
the Commercial Department.
Id of - this
TO T ROUBLE
like ours to select fro n.
rou cannot be merry un
:les, Fruits, Cakes, Meats,.
atinec, Chocolates, Cheese,
med Fruits, Coffee, several
nds, at from 12'Ac. to 4oc.
If you are looking for7'
a Wedding Present, just
come to our store and let/
us show you one oft, tg1
most select stocks in tiiis
State. We , have just
opened a new lot of Cut
Glass, which cannot be
surpassed in quality and
price. Ice cream sets,
pitchers, bowls, and many
smaller pieces. We are
quite sure we can please
you in this line.
Also a handsome line of
Silver Goods - in cases.
From the smallest salt
spoons to chests of silver.
Patterns and designs are
the latest out. Prices are
We have, as usual, a
most select line of Hand
Painted China. You should
not fail to see it before
buying elsewhere. Any
Bride would be satisfied
with one of our hand
somely decorated pieces.
We want you to come in
and see our stock. Re
member our name on the:
box is the sign of goodness..
P. II. IAdllICOTT & CO
1424 Main St. Columbia, S. C.
Notice to Pensioners.
The last n'eeting of the county
Dension board will be held the
first Monday in March. All appli
~ations will be acted upon and
:e roll comr~eted for the Stat A
oat l. Interested parties will
ease take notic.