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WINNSBORO), S. C
J. FRANK FOOSHE
Editor and Proprietor.
P UBLISIIED W YESKLY
TERMS, IN ADVANCE:
Wednesday, May 1(. 1906.
The committee on street pas
ing is getting things in shape t
let the contract at an eriy datc
By all meaus let this gret
nleledd Public imlpr*ovement t li
made this summer.
1otten to the very core is th
systein of buying Wtsern m1u1"
)it exoibitant prices and fe ht
them on rotten corn from f
.away grauarvies.. Th'e ;7ouiI cOnl
M.nse1se teing is to i-o I
the mules and he coin licre
home, where the (co Lltious f
raising both hove been ma(
more favorable by nature than i
the section from which these e:
pensive necessities comzie.
The only way for WiLeSbo2
to show that it waz gooi to has
the veterans here Memorial Da
is to be sure to have thei he
another year and do inst as sL
did this time. And this she w
do. Watch and see.
There was no one feature th
added more to the pleasure of ti
day than the music by the Cit
zens' Cornet Band. There w.
praise for their part on eve1
hand. They certainly play wel
For -eeks they had been practi
ing with a special view to Mi
morial Dav. Dressed iti the
new uniforms, which had bee
contributed by the citizens, thE
made a splenaid show. The bar
has been under the direction <
Messrs. Seigler and Chandle
who deserve great praise f(
having trained the members ,
well. Three cheers for ti
Citizens Cornet Band.
There were more than a doze
veterans present who had n
filled out the necessary blanil
for getting their crosses. The
names were taken and the
crosses will be had at an eadl
day. But one of these got h
anyway. He was under the mn
pression that his application ha
been filled out all right and
was greatly disappointed whe
he was told that he would have I
wait. But he took the matter
much to heart that his blank we
properly filled out and :he cros
of another pinned upon hir
awaiting the arrival of his ow:
And after that JudgelWilson we
as happy as could be.
Geozterv'ille is a good little di:
taucei from Winnsboro and or
would hardly th:nk of anybod
footing it here from there i
these days of rapid transit. An
yet that is just what Jacob an
James Freeman, two of the olde:
and happiest looking of all tl
veterans, did. The one got hi
cross and the other will have hi
Am~ong the Fairfield veterar
there are four doctors, and thre
of this number were detained
borne on account of sicknes:
D)rs. McKinstry, Douglass an
Arnett. There were many ar
xious inquiries about each an
all of these.
Another reteran who could n<
get here was Mr. Jno. C. Feaste:
But they say that the woodsc
Buckhead are still reverberatin
"Hurrah for Hampt-n".
The veterans were not unmninc
ful of the News and Herald duo
ing their stay in town. Severs
of them planked over the cas]
One of them, who was behind fc
three years, got even by payin
up his arrears and for two year
in advance, a mighty good es
ample to any others in arrea1
for a long or a short time. The
there were many kind express ion
also, a feature which was ver
much appreciated, especially a
these words of approval cam
from our oldest readers.
Commercial Club Bazaar.
The bazaar for the Commercih
Club will be held the first wee
in June. The funds raised wil
be for the equipping of the clu
rooms. The ladies of the tow:
will all be asked to f'urnish somn
article to be disposed of at th
bazaar. The business men wil
likewise be asked to make con
tributions for this purpose. Fror
those sources it is hoped to real
ize a good sum. It is very im
portant that the club rooms b
properly fixed up, as the havin;
of suitable quartors wvill con
for no little in mnakingz the worl
of tihe club a success. Wienisbort
needs the work of just such at
organization and it sh]ould be
started oir' right by providing.
suitable and attractive quarters
Let every one give it their yen
White Oak Notcs.
Ilhe olI veterans aul their
farilies fro;n tliis p)lace can't find
suflicient words of )raise to the
Daughtels of the Confederacy
ard the old town of Winslboro
for the kindnesses bestowed on
them on Memiorial day.
Communion services were held
here at the A. IL P. Church yes
terday morning, Rev. J. A. White
5 Mrs. Amanda Raiues of Mit
ford is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
J. E. Nico[s
Messrs. Robert and Wylit
Buechel have been - isiting their
Dsister, Mrs. J. B. Patriek.
The10 White Oak school closed
Mr. Lx Patrh-k is houe for a
while from th61.- a d rit -
Mr..au ion S -.nit :md sistt
.1 i,; Ad:t I. L . of St-v.' v rt
dr. WltrT;.uer of Un
. 1) . Turner, .:gent at. I s e.!
The few ('ldw-~s:'an
bere wvi.:h uv of t!xr iImnd
expect to a't1 n'dIL th1e IU111ion III
C(olulbia thi. v itk.
Mrs. Jane LowC , fateree iS
Visitiny in) 011. to-An. -
Miss Florenco Patrick has re
o turned home from L'1nc.ster,
e whpre she has been teaching.
y Mr. Joli Lucas of Duponi ,
e Ga , was with friends h 2ro la-t
1I Mr. J. Clareaco Tra ir is
howe this week.
it May 14, 1006.
' A small daughter of Mr. and ]
- Mrs. Robt. Stewart died on tl.e j
Gth inst. and was buried the fo!
lowing.day at the Presbyterian
n A little son of Mr. and Mrs' J.
' H. Benson diEd on Satunilay atd t
d ws buried at the Presbyteri.n t
f church vesterday.
r, Hon. J. D.. Rarrison left re
r cently for a trip to Hot Springs,
e Misses Annie Reeves of Wia
throp and Fearl Reeves of Chico.
ra came home to atteud the fun.
eral of their brother.
Mrs. Jane Weir, of Winnb )r(, f
visited her daughter, Mrs. Jas. C
Stewart some time since.
SMrs. Jno. T. Stewart visitedI
Sfriends and relatives in Winns
boro during the past week.
Mr. S. L. Tidwell of Hopkinsi
is visiting relatives in Loagtown.
Miss Robinson of Smnaliwood
visited her sister, Mrs. Clifford ;j
Smith, last week. t. *
Mr. T. M. Hassnes of Wiuns-e
.s boro was in Longtown veste rday. 1
2Quite a crowd fronm here at
tended the reunion in Win nsboro.
~The old veterans were charmedi
sby the hospitable reception ac
corded them by the citizens of<
;Winnsboro. All speak in terms
e of highest praise of the people of
d May 14, 1900.
A A Veteran's Thanks.
e . -
S Mr. Editor:-Pease allow me a
s small space in your valuable
columns to thank the citizens of
Winnsboro for the kind and hos
~pitable manner in whlidh they
treated the old soldiers on
~Memorial Day. Words fatil to ~
express the many, many thanks 1
and especill to the g >od ladies
ItP is a day of the past, but one
that will never be forgotten as
long as any of the solier.
t survive. I could hear it from
.nearly every on -, echioirg arun
f that they had never sp)ent a more I
gpleasant day. I s.upi 'se the he
dies felt that th--v owedl thW
soldiers that muILch an'i we niw
-feel that we owe th g: od ladi2o
~Johnston, May 8 --Th~c entire
community wvh s ir'~ iz* th~i
afternoon hb the~ uI: lomiUme
of the marLinge (f Mliss 1'
Brice. of UIach;nek, t. I)
Philip H. Eve of Ueach I le i
at (3:30 p.m iss Urice 1. a
been in charg of0 tie Iouie di'
y artmient of the grmht d sehool (
or nine mouths~ anl i u e is (
deep rege act her1 sudden d- L
p arture.-Special to The State. t
tlarriage Near Blythewood.
SOne of prettiest muarriag~es ever t
witnes-Ced in this :omuit wa s tl
solemzed WXednerday evening U
- May 2, at the home of the bi ide' ti
t mother, when Mr. John J. Taten d
-and Miss Leslie Powell were p
- uted in mnarriage by ReV. H.
J . Mills.
SThe bride. one of our best andI
the out2est (1 L8!hter of Mrs
beautiful ,!rrid 1rg-up54, t r -
nTh-dC with iace: Ie .cgo rng-as*ay
Mr. Tuten,~a graduate of the
CitadeJ, is a popular youugte
DR. T AYLOR
n Winnsboro May
of the Great Bostc
Re. E. 0. Taylor. D. D., f Bost
le evenings of May 21st to 2:-d. .
cturers in America and W~innsbor(
[c has recently lectured in several
11 he has been well receiVed. iis
[e0 Baptist church.
Below is given a biographical ske
Rev. tibert 0. Taylor, D. D., was
lushford, Alleghany County, N. Y.
.t Rushford and Belfast Academies
3hic'; go, graduating from the latter
nion Theological Semiiary of
tudent pastor of the B ptist churci
0 years of age, awl was ordined i
he First Baptist Church of Kenos
he First Church of Topeka, Kau.,
.nd the Belden Ave. Baptist Ciat
hurch being founded by hini, his 1
)eriod of nine years in the heart ol
jincoln Paik district, and under th
Presb.) Theological Seminary. Ti
me of the largest and most influent
ng his Topeka pastorate he was ch
s the chaplain of the House thi
ounded and edited the K-ansas E
)aper, and was president both of
school Convention and of the Inter
le reccived the degree of A. Mf. fa
Ind of P. D. froma Ewing College, 1
he close of a cou~rse of five lectur
lelivered in connection with convc
>f his Chicago pastorate in 1836, so
-ule in Chicago, that he wr's nom
egislature of Illinois by the Prohib
nen of the Republican party, and p
ver cast in that district up to that
>aign and continuing to the present
ecturer in almost every state andi
nostly with the scientific phase of
s recognized as an authority touchi
>n the nature and physiological effi
fa textbook entitled, "Short Stu
vhich has passed through its third
upplementary to the teaching of I
>blic schiools. He has been speci
nee to the University of Chicago
eges and universities in the 'Unit,
>ears the honor of having been ti
~ddress a distinctive Mormon audi<
alt Latke City, the invitation con
vhen he spoke c n the subject of ter
>ering 10,000 people. He was chos
Y. C. T. Unions of Canada to open
>rohibition camp3aign of 1897, spea
11th-A great cities of that etbuntry.
eading chamapicni of scientific temp
chools, and is often called upon to
pon that subject. He resides in
State of South Carolina,
:n the Court of Common Pleas.
Planters N\atioL~al Bank of Rich
modl Virgin'a. vs. WV. Herbeit
Ru1 f. Juniior, tud F. E. Patrick
Yo a g Comn payi vs. WV. Herbert
Rau Y. J unior.
Pursu wit to an order of the
iAos I , f-n T H SDAY,
t t-n o'' .. offer for salt
11 of th - f cre rie~s aiAd'
erlbt't i al defendant.
V. H1ir t *, .Jui.or, which
aid groce] U s, conisi sting of meat,
our, lhay, ginger ale, et-c.i
O, the daiv following, to wit:
)n FIDJAY, THEL 18TH- DAY
)F MAY, 190;, at the same
our I will offer for sale all of
be groceries and merchandise of
I said defendlant in the ware
ouse at Rtidgeway, consisting of
teat, floutr, g in ger ale, etc.; sales"
be m~ade at putblic auction at (
i said warehouses, r:espectively,a
:the tirues above stated, and con- P'
nued, if ecessary, from day too
iy, uutil said sales are comn
Terms of sale: Cash.
A. D. HOOD,
Sheriff of Fairfield County.
~t in ratiluale:- are! ill ehlamI .
Latil lI t i l s OtrgellitI 'ull of
ek. Enter at once. Write for
C'LTUMTIA, S. C.
)u will lecture in Winnsboro o
)r. Taylor is one of the greates
is fortunate in securing bin
South Carolina towns and i
lectures will be delivered i
tch of Dr. Taylor.
bora September lth, 1842.
He received his literary educatic
, N. Y.. and at the University
in 1S8, and from the Bapti
iicag-o iIn 1871. He became
in Richmond, Ill, in 1863,
1 18 6. He has served as past(
Ia, Wis., at two different period
hie First Church of Ionia, Mieb
ch of Chicago, Ill., the latt
pastorate continuing through
the re3idence portion of tl
o shadow of thegreat McCormi<
is church has since grown to 1
;ial churches of Chicago. Du
osen by the legislature to ser'
ough three consecutive term
vangel, a state denomination
the Kansas Baptist Sundt
denominational S. S. Conventio:
com the University of Chica;
11., the latter being conferred;
-es on "Christian Citizenship
cation exercises. At the cli.'
effectively had he fought ru
.ated as a candidate for tl
ition party, endorsed by leadin
oled the largest temperance vo
time. Growing out of that can
,he has been in demand as
:erritory in the Union, dealir
the temperance question. I
ng the settled facts of scien:
ets of alcohol, and is the auth,
dies in Scientific Temperance
editio,-a work designed to i
hysiology and Hygiene in ti
al lecturer on "Scientific Tempe
and several other leading cc
ed States and in Canada, at
Le first Gentile ever invited
nce in the <great Tabernacle
ing from President Woodru
aerance to an audience nun
en by each of the five provinci
for them the great plebisci
~kig to immense audiences
He is also recognized as
erance instruction in the publ
address conventions of teache
The Unlitedl States of America,
Ditrict of South Carolina,
a the Circuit Court. Fourth Circui'
e Union 3Iortgange, Banking ai
Trust Comnzy, Limited. C'om
Oeh McCab~e, in his own right ar
s Ahiistrator ot the estate
May3eabe, deceased, et al., D
Pursuanmt to a decree of this Coum
onein the ab ove entitled cauis
atedc 1.3th A\pril, 1 '06, I will offer fi
a, at pulic aulctionl, before' ti
'or t House5 doorI at Winn1 sboro,i
he Counmty of i:irfie1l, and Distric
frcaid, on MOND)AY, THE 4T:
)\v OF tUNiE, 19'6, withini ti
'a! h'ours- of sale, "'All that tract<
arvl ;;un, lying and becingt situal
i FairiichiCouty, in thme State<
i~w Croina. icnt:aininig -ix huii
red and I -ventyv-tive :n~-. more<
Ie n iboude Is follows: onl ti'
ennet '\ Iknown as the 1'orter P'lace
the 'i-a t by landcs of Fr'ian et
[i hes 11nd :land of. Fr'eet.mn onl thl
,iih by lands of re Dunni anc
X. W aicpbl, anid on the wes.'t b'
mcs of .J. WV. ( :tncjpbell.
ic ini two( ins-tahnencmts, payabcle
?e and ti w o years, with IinItertt foci
,y\ of sale, unpal~id puiri'ha-e mioney I
reured. by bondl of thme putrchase~
di nortge.bmie of thle pcre'mies 'ohl
Iiucher to have opt 'in of paying al
-mmore thlian one-thin i cash. Par
iser to pay Master fo papers.
D. 13. G; L LI1A ND,
The In!x r'Lfnlar teacher' (xamf~ i
W\ain-bor'' on tihe thcir-i F.rilay I
xs her ' i:lie Circle ctnrm.i Th c
p .rs are texamhineld by> ]mmber,
the State Boi ard of E~ihieation
D. L. STE VENSON.
-tuperintenidenit of Edumcation.
For Clothing and
for their Dres
Full stock of John
stylish men. S
Men and bo3
Men's Oxfords ano
that count for
e Abeautiful assortm
e Lawns, Nainsooks, Be
e and other Colored Lay
a The Nearest Point to
s~ from '-ee
We obtain it fresh every ten days,
and have it in 1, 2, 3 and 5-lb. boxes.
It's80ec. a pound.
Mail us your orders.
Watch cur advertisement for some
thing unew. We want your business
for miail orders. Tryv us one tinme.
Big Bargains _
SIn 5 and 10=Cent~
SCome and see them. nig
3 yards of'21/-inch Em=,
'broidery for roc while it wh]
> lasts. Other things in ing
eI Toilet Soap roc a box. pail
A good line of Tobacco.
Ladies', Men's and Chil=
-Lamp Chimneys and
Come and hear the band --
play. C. S.
If you buy or not, you
are welcome. m
-Another lot of goods on
Yours to please, HOU~SI
A t 1od 1notv ivr ca 'pouce
more b'odily ills t h:mu alinodt anyithing' year d
resltsI are dlerived fromi th. use of DI- In n
Witt's Litle Early IUisrs. Reliable iuforni
effective, ptleasatnt pil11s with a reputa- R. .
tion. Never gripe. Sold by all drug-'
is come to the s
;s Goods and N
enIs every Dep
B. Stetson Hats, ti
traw Hats in great '
rs can't do better
for their straw hat
I Ladies' Slippers,
style and comfort.
; in Men's Tans.
to the Lac
ent of Persian Line
ttistes, etc.; also o1
vns. Be sure to see
BANK OF FAIR
WINNSBORO, s. C.
Ve~ want your account r~nd will upiereciate
- asy aind pleasant for you. If you have r
ount with us, come and tell us why; if y<
ni our Savings Department interest is che
e of 4 per cent per annum, payable qua!
V. R. Rabb, President. J.
. W. Talr, Vice-President. Hi
WV. R. Rabb, F. ]
T. WV. Traylor, T. X
J. C. Buchanan, J. B
D. V. Walker, J. J
J. WV. Hanahan, J. I
R. Y. Turner, Ler
S. C. Cathcart, J. N1
Try Liquid Veneer for furni
i Ami for silver and glasswai
Try L. & M. Floor Paint
We have a fresh supply of L
te and different colors, Varni
Colors and Domestic Paints.
Call on us for brightening ie
iting your house. Paint gw
Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
ne No.g9. Under V
PJXLEY, M.D. Wnho
WINNSo~o, . C.Ent
WINN~3ORO,5 C*The exan
2: 4 Law Range. vacant sch<
Hours: 10 to 3. g d
TO RENT-Four room a. n.Ap
ou Moutrie street in arships are
;boro. A pply to F. M. will be awa
en, Rlockton, S. C. highest, av
DM 0OR STOLEN-TM o governing
one a radc Jersey l1)ait
of;; the other smiall Scholairsh
a steer. Re vrard f o r ~r~tui n
~atiou as to wIIeeabouts. fuirther infn
Ste vensou, Winnsb~oro, address Prc
e ones for
ni and French
it and make your bank
ot already opened your
u have, then come and
erfully allowed at the
terly, January, April,
if Jennings, Cashier.
igh S. Wylie, Teller.
~ure of all kinds,
-dries hard over.
& M. Paint in
sh Stains, Grain
p your room or
College Scqolarship and'
tination for the award of
larship in Winthrop Col
ror the admission of new
1ll te held at the County
e on Friday, July 6th, at 9
licants must not be less
years of age. When schol
vacated after July 6, they
rded to those making the
Frage at this examination
icy meet the conditions.
he awad. Applicants for -
should write to President.
>fore the examination for
pare worth $100 anci
The next season will
mrber 19th, 1906. F o r
irnatior ad catalogue