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NEWS AND HERALDi
WINNSBORO), S. C.
J. FRANK FOOSE
Editor and Pr~prietor.
TERMS. IN ADVANCR.
Six Months..................... . 5
Wednesday, March 28. 1906.
The death of Attorney General
Gunter which occurred at his
home at Batesburg Sunday after
a long illness removes from pub
lic life a young man who had a
remarkably successful career for
one of his years and one who
had won the confidence of his
fellow citizens in a very large
The pistol-toing habit is still
in vogue and tuere are still daily
chroniclings of murders and at
tempts to murder. TLere is not
likely to be any decrease in the
number of these crimes till there
is less toting of pistols. Let
there 'be less carrying of this
ever ready hip pocket weapon and
there will be fewer killings and
murders to record.
The town council will be
deserving of great praise, if they
will take the necessary steps
for insuring better sanitation
for the town in keeping with the
suggestion made in these
columns last week. In order
that this reform may result in
greater healthiness to the town
this summer, this reform should
be instituted at once.
The many friends of Mr. Jen
nings throughout the county
will read with much pleasure his
letter published in the News and
Herald to- day. The indications
now are that Mr. Jennings is
going to be allowed to have his
office again without opposition.
If he is, it will be a high honor
to a devoted son of Fairfield who
has filled every public trust in
the most satisfactory manner.
He is wholly worthy of this high
Champ Clark, nor the editor of
the State, nor any one else would
ever be able to pan off the word
"jowering" as something new in
this state, where it is as old
almost as the hills, at least there
is no one old enough to remem
ber when it was not used. If it
is now to be used as a good
English word, it will only be
another~ illustration of what so
oftenthappens: that a word serves
a good place colloquially long
before being used by the littera
The "Suggestion to the Daugh
ters" that they provide hearth
stone entertainment f:>r the
veterans, when they come here1
in M av, is a very happy one and1
one that we feel sure that they
will be glad to comply with.
They will esteen it a privilege to
accord these "heroes in the hearts
of thieir children and children's
chiiliren" this ware welcome and
assure thie- in this way that their
bes'-Le desde are not merely a
thibg of the past, but stilla livin'
As previously suggested the
Daughters of the Confederacy
are very anxious to award a cross
of honor to every old veteran in
Fairfield . county on Memorial
Day. But this they can not do
till the veterans themselves do
their part by filling out the neces
sary blanks that have been sent
to them. About 200 of these
blanks have been sent out and so
far only 110 have been returned.
All veterans, who have received
these blanks, are urged to send(
them, properly filled out, back
to the committee at once. If auv
veteran has not been supplied
with the necessary blank, the
committee will be pleased to
supply the same at once. Let
it be that every veteran is here
and leave with his well won cross
of honor; and it will be thus,' if
the veterans will give the Daugh
ters their assistance in getting all
the records straight.
Real Estate Deals.
Some days ago our attention
was called to the fact that there
had been no mention in these
columns of the real estate dea 's
that had been made in the couu
ty within the past six months.
A list of these deals is published
in another column and it is very
clear that there has been consid
erable trading in real estate.
The total sales, exclusie of town
lots and buildings, aggregates
25,957 acres, the amont paid for
the same was '147,395.00 or
*5.88 per acre.
It is noticeable tha~t while
there have~ been sev-rai Iarg
deals there have been more small
ones. In the majority of in
stances these smaller deals reore
sent the puchs of hads for
homes. It is also very noticeabh
that in these purchases of real
mportant part. It i- a matter
f fact that the 2igrous abe:dy
>wn a righnt 1ica little per eent
if t.e laa Is in this co-:ty and
hat they ose u, oprtuity t
i1CreL-t~~~~ Th I II 1S
-, n bica tIv m:I:t
)e an object lesson t e te yoIng
whi;te mef tb,- rnunty.
It As vry eC in tht there
in the history of the country
witinu the pa es ears, when
there hav:- ben as many deX(Tals
in ditt a inl cd i
Cnses e re to has
been vry muc abov* ti" a1re
prico ot th.-- past e ye rs.
this s t sh utir L 1 '1 1
is sam ihteoarem i
in the proseritvy thtt 'S com"
as tLe result of 11-nt c7tt,'
anid tht thIn co'idnc of tb
peops in real estate asa go L
investme'nt has been grea.ty
strengt h ened.
A SUGESTION TO THE DAU
For Open Homes t: th.: "Hrs e: 1
th- Hearts of Then- ildreu :and
Their Childrn's Chliren" ,Memo
Ilea, reualsh ine fohowm
your iss-ue of inc 21 t.:
'Ani old vi ru. the nionb1,
ern 1 part of ihe cun11 \* h-: n1
t wellty ve"'uxt ir~s a n :: b iine;
niute iL.711 lie Is. ('erta i 'tj; to 1r1
her' oni WmtirIi Day when' b.* oh
lirno Chpeis m l:uheso
l ouliit . l ) a ( v. : "Iwn tti*; vt'i'? u
t)hti merorable~ thne, : *nd~ itt w n i li'.4
the old veter;" o, to fe1 in advi- i I.v
oi:i ke ,;ie d* n of ;rrent pleaur la
themn. It bi be a gowl til for th!
old vetteran l ovro:' :nil s I he i .ol
town vlid to I1zio-t allin 1:a11 *id
friendi whomii lie hiiIas prablynt
ill .1 gooi illilv davs.
Mv pirpose in mkiig th'
above request is to cill attention
to the sugestiveiiess 4 ti-e ocal
that we mnake the old Ioldiiers
feel welcome among as by asking
tuei to spenu Wtau us, inl our
home, the night preceding the
memorial ceremonies. Aud I ask
vou to exteud to the "old vete
ran" referred to in the local an
invitation from me to comoe to im'
house and stav with us. I .dil
lso be glad to enoterbiu flv
ther., on that occasion.
Of thle more t ~tn a thousa~ i
vho, from Fairihl, went to the
var I am informed that probably
ess than two hundred aireno
ivinl(. To entettrin thtosei of the
mrvvors who wish to be here oi
Xiiemorjil D~ay is easil v within
:he convenience o: \i innsbro,
those hospitable hiou"s have si
ftn bian opened to 'hose who
imye attended mneetiny here.
Whnat body of visito)rs shiould b<
relo-ne as th cl sol)diers of
he Lost Cau'e; the.e living ex
onents of these sont mIents for
e maijntenuce. of \ :ien~ Cl:
athers, and mnothrs t oo, stru:.
~led with such noble comfort~
mad devotion! Let us have the"
>ldI s'ldiers withi as once mior
L ma ~ o yim thema a 2-arthistone4
:be~ '. u~ql strugi.e by 'wern
>hsicaL? force thbe' 're til
'hroes in the Le&anst of thecir
Iren." Will the Daughters aec o
Letter to R. T. M' .
Deair >Lir ou
see: anui 1a, r
I 1le was .e
'n't by~ ha.,t~
naue o soa- (Ii
meti tinting byi
mr his tim i
lone b)y machi n
horseshoes a. n
Mistake isu -
He is wastn2r
word. 'i herer'i
to do busines b., ~
hor',oshoes :u u
better work. tlu: : * It
Good horsesbo w o: It .
the putting 'em o: nn0k
vou a black~smithi: ii->........who.
WXho wants i .to I ad
Betwveen us two. thd p~d
don t know ho~w wo :-: ls
ru awxay fromi hi.
F W i)avo: & CJo
John HI. Mellas er' CX(o. sells
ne De\\ duit . \\ihI7 ar.Sl
TRANsFRS 07 PEAL ESTATE
J V r all -*--f
J: J H, it nb, M - Dbr
A1 .'1e ;it1, - n ii to aud
il A,1n- : ars8:7
L> W Dl S, C C) . o J p
om Ban to SE
0:i to R H YF-rd
T7 IA Tf, I N, Bhiir, Frazier
. t er.i to Jas s
. : rmor to L i lee :
H, r, to C W Tid
J Janr to M C Team 210
St o.Iin I r iir :iAlhine Co
to z~Eit Ii 100 aLcre :20.~
11 A 41I e C
H)!fl to .J I h.:tior 11
.4 J. 1.l .
C P 1mv to D Wl Robertien
%* ace $5)0.
JI) W Les C C P; to C P
I T 24.
GA IL Kenn dy to WE Rai"es
1-0 cre .91500
son~~1 i are 0.>
M G' Mi jt a to Jas H -
nett LO aT-res . - .
l fie~ l a nd Trust Co to
-j L. bvmu 1.5 azcies ..
Mrs 3l E .Nlson to School
Tru'e''s 1 :nere 1(&.
.U:s ME s to J A R.ieb
:1so 1 acre .3.
A Mco t ohni' t '\V B Dixon,
IDIsTI:I 'v 28.
JTo W' Lvles, C C P, to Wade
Robertson 172.1 acres $725.
Martha A BAick to Wmn D
i3:ed1ite u 07 acres So;>.
beth Wilson to Brooks B
loneri ere., ;150.
C . .oro to .Brooks Brown
50i acres ;0
E: a Hgof7od to Ur J J
llobe tson253 nres 1200.
. J aLbertsou to 0 I A:loore
- acr-s A..KR.
M~nrtha' S Abell to K R Mc
M .s r-1'aer's-20
ZMcCre'ry Lan '14n d Inve'stmnent
o to0 B jkw'ver; :w7nes 81000.
A E oner et alI to Mary E
I 'ne i3 acres 8100.
N Miles to J Hi McGraw GS
2ar .. mues to John Trapp
J M Jines to J7 H Raines 98
W A Brown et al to Brooks
Urown 108&1 acres 8500.
Jr L Trapp) to C P Wray &'
:-; ner's 817 d.45.
Me Cree ry L and and Investment
Co to J G Cook 170 acres 81100.
\ G~ Blum to P? F Blum 50
Wy 13 Lowrance et al to H L
P arr 1&.> a cres $575>.
W 1I Eleaz'er to J H Derrick
54 acs $500.
Andrew Crawford to W H
L Is one-half interest in 352
J H Derrick to W H Lyles 54
W T Glienn, Jr, to D L Glenn,
Jr, 50 a cres 8275.
-Tuo C Mc~eekin to W H Lyles
192 acres 81970.
Doctors Are Puzzled.
Th remi~narkeile recovery of
i. Jn, th M\ljvor, -of Vacceboro,
0 '4the subjiect of mcc'1 in
e- othe medical fraternity
ecircl of friends. He
&'i~ ') :;ijn of the throat
t : lo the Lungs,
.18 1it me up to die.
S -soot, I was in
S r D N King's New Dis
ud i m bppy to say, it
vu .s the worst
u - L~vgs Hoarse
-. Un iaranteed
aind Jrio. H.
* C - drug stores.
'?. an v . Triai bottle free
On1 a obed(i ece and faith
tstu sun sulnes ou
a unof crtl, sending its
eilie e: . throug tho willing' and
m 1 hi idi into its inmost
G'. B. D3uhas iestifies after four
h: as,~ of ( arlisc C'enter,
N Y - : bun rears g
n-..zdit t rou
n 'co bottles, of
(ue It enitirely
- 3' ol to -'ay thaot I
- h eIIr ofunv13 of thos~e
I)"e or bladdr trouble'."
'4 4ro U:: V.L Han
dre "3 Bu?hl: of Pe:as.-M. W.
Fat is of great accotint
to a baby; that is why
babies are fat. If yourl
baby is scrawny, Scott's
Emu1sion is what he
wants. The healtiy baby
stores as fat what it does
not need immediately for
bone and muscle. Fat
babies are happy ; they do
not cry; they are rish ;
their fat is l a i d up for
time of need. They are
happy because they are
comfortable. The fat sur
rounds their little nerves
and cushions them. When
they are scrawny t h cs e
nerves are hurt at every
ungentle t o u c h. They
delight in Scott's Emul
sion. It is as sweet as
wholesome to them.
Send for free sample.
E su-e tall tl-ls pictujre In
the for:m of a Ilbe is on the
wappr c' every bottle of
raulioon you buy
Scott 4- Bcwne
- C henZstS
409,4.: Pecr! Street
5'--. L~nd _'1.G -G
Whipping the Devil Around the
"Well' said the big shipper,
"1what are von going to do about
the rebate?" "Oh!" replied the
traffic managzer, 'we can't give
von anything in ihat line, but I'll
tell you what. w'll do; we'll make
your son or anyone else you may
nirme third vice president of our
company and give him a salary
of $50,000 a year. We are fully
etermined to obey the law."
FOR RENT--My pasture of 500
acres, situated on Wateree
caeek; will keer 200 head of
cattle; fine land. Address,
F. P. Mobley, Jr., 48 Haskell
Ave., Columbia, S. C,
MONEY TO LEND-on real
estate. A. S & 'V. D. Douglas,
INE FARM FOR SALE-974
acres in Fai rfield county, suita
ble for farming or stock raising.
Very cheap. The Carolina
Land Agency, Greenville, S. C.
O R S AL E-.--100 bu s h els
Florodora Upland Long Staple
Cotton Seed at $1.00 per bu;;hel
F. 0. B. Ridegeway, S. C. Plant
the cotton that there is money in,
Got1i53cents for my 19035crops,
and sold it on a falling market.
Send cash with your order.
J. J. McEacherxn, Longtowu,
Sale of Eersonal Property.
At the late residence of Miss L. Rl.
Macou, deceased, niear Strother, S. C..
t 11 o'clock A. M., on Saturday,
March 31, 1906, 1 will dispose of and
ell t o the highest bidder, for cash, all
le personal propetty beionging to the
'state of said "deceased, Miss L. R.
Nacon. D. C. JAMES,
3-14-2t ' Execut.or.
All parties 'having claims against
he estate of .~Miss L. RZ. Macoin, de
-swilpresent the same duly at
sd;and all -parties indebted to the
saidl estate wil-l make payment to the
~DAVID C. .JA ilES,
C S. PDILEY, Mvi D.
WINNSBOR o, S. c.
Offices: 4 Law Range.
Hours: 10 to 3.
1302 Wain St., Richjmond, Va.
naeise a new and interesting
XGa'alogno :eling all about the best
T ime. Labor and
~It gives i esciions and prices of
R Corn and Cotton Planters,
WhVe d & Disk Cultivators.,
Farm Wagons, FEngines,
Eugg: es, Surries,
SV. Crm & other Roofing,1
SBarb Wire, Fencing, etc.
Frer will get the best Farm
ipkmeInts on the market and
save mnoney by sending us their
orers. Write for our Catalogue.
LMailed free on request.
Notice to Creditors.
A\Ill prsons havinig r!laims e-:-ainlst
.1hc estate of George 3iob h . .:al,
will pre:. ut the saI- to tL e munder
-igntIed, and olprIsons n, o to
-aid estaIe will make ;anwnt to thu.
JORDAN 3M1CI IL)U(;H,
-2-4t Woodward, . C.
Notice is hereb% giVen la I meet
ing of the Town Council w'.ii! 1e held
ol \lon hy, the :':: x y A)rli.
1N0', at 5 'clok, P'. f1.L
Applications in writing for the oliee
of Clerk of Couniil auId :I so "Or poi
tions on the police force w ill be re
eelved nly to 12 o'clock 'M lf I 1 :.t da V.
the election t) take place at sa i mit
By order of the 1avo-r:
Clerk of( o;uincil.
Letters of Administration
State of Sout h Carolina, 1
County of Fairlield. f
By D. A. Broom, Esq., ProbateJudge:
Whereas, Juo. 1). Harrison hath
made suit to me to grant hina leters
of adn il strat iol of the C.,tate and
elf'ects of Eli If. Harrison. deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
iioiish all and sing-ular the kindred
and creditors of the said Eli H. Har
rison, deceased, that they be and
appear before mte, hi the Court of Pro
hate, to ie held at 1-airfieid Court
House, South Carolina, on the 20th
day of March hext, after publica
tio hereof, at 11 o'clock in t lie fore
noon, to show CaIse, if an1y they have,
why the said administration should
Given und14er my hand, this 16th1 day
of MKarch, A. D. 1906.
D. A. BROOM,
3-21-2t Judgeof Probate.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIEI).
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Andrew J. -Mobley and Others, Plain
The Winnsboro Bank, Defendant.
In pursunnee ot an order of the
Court of Common Pleas mnade in the
above strted ease, I will olur for sale
before the Court House door in Winns
boro, S. C., on the
FlIRST MONDAY IN APJIL
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outery, to the hiest bidder
the following described property, to
"All that certain pies. arce or
tract of land lying and beitig bituate
in the County of Fairfield and State of
South Carolina, containing :3~0 acres,
more or less, known as the 'Peters
Place,' on waters of Little River, and
bounded on the north ,y lands of J. S.
McKeown: on the cut by lands of
Calvin Brice and lIands forierlv owned
by Misses M. and L. Woodward on
the south by Iland of Lewis Gireer; and
on the west bay lands of Nathaniel F.
TERIMs OF SA.E.
One-third of the purchase money to
be paid ih cash and the balance on a
credit of one and tw:> yeaus, in two
equal instalments, with interest, pay:I
ble antnually, until the whole debt~ and
initerest be p~aid. to be secured by the
bond of the purchaser and a mertgyge
of the premises sold1: or all cash at the
option of the purchaser, and the pair
chaser to pay for all necessary papers
and for recordi ng the umoartgeuLe.
.;OHN WV. L YL ES,
March 10, 190f3. C. C. P.
If you want to In
Your Dwelling and Furni=
Your Barn and Stock,
Your Store Building,
Prompt attention as well as promipt
From the Best Tested Seeds.
Now ready for shipment, large,
strong, healthy. th~se plants are
grown in the open air andl wil
stand severe freeze without in-i
jury. Early J~rsey Wakefield,
Large Type or Charleston WVak3
field, which are the best known
varieties of early cabbages, also
Henderson's Succession, the best
large, late and sure header, Au
usta Early Trucker, also a fine
type of late variety-. Neatly
packed in light baskets. $1.50
per thousand; for five thousand
r over,$1.25 per thousand, f. o. b.
Special prices made on large
ots. CHAS. M. GIBSON,
Toaungs Island. S. C.
s nowv the best eqluipped bunsiness col!
ege in the South. Strongly enadorsead.
Our graduates are in deaucnid.
Terms the most reasonuabblt
All litera sted wYi! do well to write
THE MACFEAT IUSINESS
10-18 Columbia. S. C.
DO YOU KNOW
'hat a argain Is?
Then come this way and you will see at
once some real bargains, some that Nill
be sure to catch your eye.
All Lounges, a nice lot of them too,
at greatly reduced prices.
Some tempting offerings in Rockers
of all grades.
Cots at piices that imnake it so you
can have one of these lux-ies.
Baby Car-riages and G o -Carts at
Ironi Bcd, a ',g lot of them, and
Sideboards, Bedroon Suites, Hall
Racks. Ail in great quantity and at
prices that are right.
For Furniture Bargains come to
R. W. PHILLIPS.
Fourteen of the most approved varieties of
Bunch and Pole Beans. Fresh and well selected
stock. Plant our Beans and have beans in abun
dance throughout the year.
We have hand lcd Land reth's Garden Seed for the
last 15'years and have a fully supply suitable for this
Landreth's Onion Sets.
Seed Irish Potatoes from a reliable seed house.
Golden Dent Corn.
Amber and Orange Sorghum Seed.
Now is the time to plant Tomatoes in hot beds.
Try Landreth's Earliest.
Phone No. 9. Under Winnsboro Hotel.
To keep your table supplied, if you will only buy
Canned Meats, Fruits and Vegetables of the
best brands. All fresh stock.
Pickles, Catsups and Sauces. You can cer
tainly get here what you want of these.
Cakes and Crackers. Stock of these full and
assorted. The very best to be had. Don't for
get that you can have your cakes made here to
Walter Baker & Co.'s Best Breakfast Cocoa.
FOR THE BOYS-=Have just received, a ship
ment of Reach's Bails, Bats, Masks, Mits,
G. A. WHITE,
Baker and Confectioner.
Is made esp cil for S.outhern elimnate. Unrivalled
in rillianicy. Honest.t ini Measure, Per:uanemt in
. 'r.or. Best Covering Quality. Thej Best and Most
Econoilecad paLints to use. Pure Creosote, Shingle
staiN, Oil and1 Varnish Stainls. send forColor Cards. A
P A LM ETTo PA IN r MFG. co., columbia, S. c.
If you are looking for; We have opened up
a Wedding Present, just Granite Works at Rion
come to our store and let 'and can fill all orders for
us show you one of the monumental and ceme
most select stocks in this tery work.
State. We have just Best material, high grade
opened a new lot of Cut work, prices reasonable.
Glass, which cannot be Your orders solicited.
surpassed in quality and Works at Rion, S. C,
price. Ice cream sets,
pitchers, bowls, and many' Powell Bros. &t Co.
smaller pieces. We are
quite sure we can please 22-mRion, S. C.
you in this line. 2.28-3m ____________
Also a handsome line of
Silver Goods in cases. Jglso Thbes8
From the smallest sait
spoons to chests of silver. TYPEWXRITER HEADQUARTERS
Patterns and designs are; m41 Main s., Colimabia, s. C.
the latest out. Prices are~ __
We have, as usual, a south carolina Agent
rnost select line of Hand fDENSMORE TYPEWRITER-The
ainted China. You should best writinig mxachine at any price.
iot fail to see it before CIICo TYPEWRITF~R-T h] e
muying elsewhere. Anyj best for the pic'-3s and eso.
3ride would be satisfied ^L' MA MES-Ren&e, Exchanged,
vith one of our hand='aGri~t.acarso h rmssb
;omely decorated pieces. RUBE STAMP FACToRY -
Mie wan t you to come in Stamaps made every day on the prem
mnd see our stock. RZe= ""-~- . i*" l.tes Daters, Numiber
nember our name on the kds.'(ckPnhsoal
~ox is the sign of goodness. IOFFICE SuPPLI E~S AND FUR
NITERE-E verything. fron: a Pen
LAJIJIOTI~i dj IOxe. 'stt>ay,1018
424 Main St. Columbia. S. c. hare for tL?se. R. A. Buckhnau;