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has the price 4
Profits no I
goods must g(
Am not mi.
account of pri
how much fui
will buy here.
H. E. I
And it will come
anything. My ei
duced. Now is y
at bargain prices
vince you that I I
the prices I am si
your interest to t
A large qua
next best to genu:
A full stock o
Hardware and Cr<
any of your want
J. W. SIJ
Everything for Th
rants, Macaroni, etc.
Best Cream Cheese
None better to be had.
Try a can of Beech]I
All the Breakfast F
Cream of Wheat, Force,
Grape Nuts, etc. All fra
No bet-er place for
White House can't be be
This is the place for
Sugar for the cakes.
Fresh shipments of
week. We keep only thi
Heinz Pickles, Chov
bulk. Best catsups and
Kalamzoo Celery an<
to arrive this week. Se
Finest Fruits and P
Phone us your groce
prompt and most carefu
J. D. McCA
The Shoes si
cause they are
Shoes that wil
est wear come
dress shoe corn
SA. B. CA
You will come her,
Fresh Canned Gi
Best Patent Flo1
Blue Ribbon Ext
~~- Fine Cigars and
-The Best Fruits
S. C. J OI
rone down, and so
k of FurnitureI
onger count. The
regardlessof price. i
ssing any sales on E
ce. Come and see i
-niture your money r
too if prices count for
itire stock must be re
our opportunity to buy b
A call here. will con- t
Lm overstocked and that
ling"at will make it to a
uy here now.
tion called to my Air- p
ntity of Englishware,
f Glassware and Agate- k
carry everything in
)ckery and can supply
s for these goods.
anksgiving-Cranberries, Cur- fr
and Finest Fresh Mackerel ~
Nut Sliced Beef. It. is the
oods and Cereals-Oatmeal, si
Egg-o-see, Shredded Wheat, w
offee. Barrignton Hall and h
Cut Loaf and Pulverized T
Cakes and Crackers every Of
e best and keep them fresh. "n
r Chows in bottles and- inB
olives to be had here.
I Fine New Orleans Molesses t
nd in your orders now.
uts always is stock. Try
ry wants. All orders given .
1RLEY & CO.
>ld here last, be=
made right. For
I stand the rough=
here. For a good i
ie here too. t
T HCA RT.
a for all your grocery d
>ods, both Meats and he
ir at lowest price.
ll the time.
-iN ST ON.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
J. FRANK FOOSHE3
Editor and Proprietor.
TZRXS IN ADVANCE:
re Year,......................... .50
x Months................. .75
Wednesday, November 7, 1906.
Good. The managers of the
lection yesterday conformed
trictly to the law by requiring
he prodnetion of registration
ertificates and tax receipts.
The death of Mrs. Virginia D.
oung, which occurred at her
ome at Fairfax Friday, mneans
he loss to the State Press Asso
'iation one of its most active and
rathusiastic members. M r s.
oUtng was first and last for wo
aan's rights and tLis cause has
:st its most ardent supporter in
his State, in her death.
The successful placing of the
alf thousand immigrants who
ame over on the Wittekind last
reek is the oromise of more im
igrants of the better class at an
arly date. Commissioner Wat
on has scored a distinct triumph
a this his first attempt to secure
.esirable immigrants. M o r e
;hite people are needed in South
/arolina and the way to get them
i to go after them and bring in
he kind that will make perma
ent citizens. Let the immi
rants come and let every effort
e made to make their coming a
lessing to them and to the coun
cy to which they come.
The present price of cotton is
nything else than satisfactory.
'he condition is such as to cause
trmers to thing seriously and to
t soberly. Too often in the
ast they have been swept off
1eir feet by the rise in the price
E their staple product and the
.sult has invariably been that in
ne or two years they were killing
1e goose that laid the golden
g. There is only one way of
aeping the price up and that is
y keeping the supply down.
he best way to do this is to
[ant largely of food crops and
Lise all supplies at home. The
rmer that does this is always
2 the sure road to prosperity.
If the movement for the paving
the street is to end in mere
dk and no permanent improve
ents are to be undertaken, then
the interests of the taxpayers
this commnnity let the town.
>uncil make some improvements
a the streets. We are heartily
.for permanent improvements,
it, if these are not to be had,
e favor at least enough being
mne on the streets to keep them
om being in a worse conditon
an they have heretofore. Take
r instance the post office block
id the small stones on it make
about asuncomfortstb~e walking
or.e ever finds. It is safe to
y~ that the wear and tear on the
oes of the people, who have to
aik this block frequently, will
nount to several hundred dol
rs during the present winfr,
less something is done to bet
r the present condition of t hings.
bere is need for some work be
g done on the streets and a'part
the taxes that have been paid
should be used in this way.
atter streets are absolutely
cessary to the progress of the
We haven't yet reached thet
jnt of knowing what the price
cotton is going to be. With
e present low prices and the
ports that have been nmade it
>uld seem that the farmers are
rtinly justified in holding a
,r of ticeir crop. .But if they
e ging to ho'd a, they should
-all means .store it in ware
tuses Fo that it may be the bet
r protected a..dl so that it may
awed as a cetfiate of credit.
en a farmer hw.ks his juidg- 2
et and store- bi., cotton away,
should at le i-t hocri ow enough ~
)Dov on this ec!bteral to pay
s inldehtness~ ai far as piractica- o
3. His cotton is his mioney and S
s creditors are dependent upon
s converting it into money for
e payment of what is due thern. f
he neither sells nor borrows, ~
eir money is tied up and he :s
eatly handicapping them i ns
ir financial arrangements. It ~
all right for farmers to store U
ir cotton for better prices, but
is all wrong for them to put U
'their creditors, when theya
ald pay whazt is due them. s
,ir play and common h<nesty a
mands that the farmer injure e
b his creditors while trying to t
[p himself. e
Nothing to Fear.
lothers need have nlo hesitancy in fil
tinuing to give Chamberlain's
igh Remedy to their little ones, as
ontains absolutely nioth ing inIju ri
.This remedy is not only perfectly~
to give small children, but is a
licine of great worth anxd merit. It
a world wide rep'utatian for i:s: wl
e of coughs, colds and eroup and jL
always be relied1 up)on. For sule b
Obear Drug Co. and all medicine Isyi
STATE OF SOUTH CAI)ROLINA,
COUNrY OF FAIRFILI).
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
South Carolina Loan & Trust Company
Winnsboro Granite Company.
By virtue of a decretal ordzr made
in the above entitled ease, dated Gth
day of October, 1906. and filed on the
0th day of October, 190', T shall offer
for sale for eash,. at public auction, to
the highest bidder, on Mondav, the3rd
day of Deeeniber, V.', at eleven o'clocok
A. M., in the city of Winnsboro, be
flore the Court House for the County o:
Fairfield, in the State of South Caro
lina, as an entirety and not in seprratt
parcels, all and singular the followin.
property of Winnusboro Graiite Coni
Tract of land in Fairfield Count.
containing eighty (80) acres, more oi
less, and conveyed to the Winnsbort
Granite Comp.any by Vn. I. Doty
and others, by deed dated March 29
1900, and recorded in Book AP, at pagt
30, in the offlee of the Clerk of Courl
of Fairfield County.
Tiact in Fairfield County containin;
twelve hundred and sixty-six and one
half (12%;.*) acres, more or less. con
vey ed to the Win nsboro Granite Coni
pany by James F. Redding and other
by deed dated April 11, 1893, an(
recorded in Book AP, page 83.
Tract in Fairfield County containin
one hundred and ninety (190) acres
more or less, conveyed to the Winns
boro Granite Company by T. K. Eiliott
by deed dated Nov. 29th, 1899, and
recorded in Book AO, page 99.
Tract in Fairfield County containinm
four hundred and twenty (420) acres
more or less, conveyed to the said thf
Win nsboro Granite Company by A- G
Bookman. Trustee, by deed dated
Sept. 30, 1887, and recorded in Bool
AM, page 235.
Tract in Fairfield County containinc
fifteen (15) acres, conveyed to th
Winnsboro Granite Company b 3
Sarah A.- Crawford, by deed dated
April 14, 18S, and recorded in Bool
AQ, page 84.
Tract in Fairfield County containing
ninety-four (94) acres, more or less
called the Delleney place.
Tract in Fairfield County composec
of the Heath tract, the Arledge traci
the Smith tracts and the Mahon
tract and the Triangular tract, and thi
right of way from tne tract of Charlotte,
Columbia & Augusta Railroad to the
Rock City quarry and the Railroad
roadbed and superstructure thereor
Tract in Faifield County containing
fifty-seven 4-10 (574-10) acres. anc
represented on a plat by J. Feastei
Lyles, dated March, 1896.
Strip of land in Fairfield County
conveyed to R. G. Rhett, Trustee oj
W -innsboro Granite Company, b y
Rebecca V. Woodward, by deed dated
July 18, 1906. and recorded in Book
AX, page, 2.53.
Strip of land in Fairfield County
conveyed by John D. Delleney anc
others to Winnsboro Granite Company
by deed dated Sept. 13, 1906..
All and singular the rights of way of
every kind and description and where
ever situated now owned or controlled
by the said Winnsboro Granite Coin
pany, also the granite and other valua
ble minerals now being within and
upon the tract of land in Fairfield
County containing seventy (70) acres
more or less, together with all the
other rights, powers and privileges
enumerated in a deed from Ralph
Turner, et al to the Winnsboro Granite
C~ompany, dated Nov. 26, 1892, and
recorded in Book AN, page 266, also
the granite and other valuable min
erals now being within and upon the
trt of land in Fairfield County eon
taning ninety-eight (98) acres, more
>r less, known as the J. B. Glenn land
ogether with all the rights, powers and
privileges enumerated in a deed to the
said the Winnsboro Granite Company
rrom J. W. Heat h. dated May 9, 1893,
md recorded in Book AG, page .386;
lso the eranite and other valuable
ninerals .ow being within and upon?
bhe tract of land in Fairfield County
xmtaining one hundred aud seventy
~even (177) acrese, more or less, together
with all the rights, powers and privi
eges enumerated in the deed, from
I. D. and Elizabeth Lyles to the said
he Winnsboro Granite Company,
lated Nov. 5th, 1887, and recorded in
ook AM, page 237; also the quarries
>f rock, stone and other minerals,
nachinery, and other plants used in
and upon the premises hereinhefore
lesribed, railways, ways, rights of
ay, fixtures, water and fuel stations,.
iaducts, cul' :rts, fences and-other
tructures, station houses, engine
iouses, car hiouses, freight houses, wvood
ioues, .warehouses, mach ine shops,
rork shops, structures, superstructures
nd erections, locomotives, engines,
enders, cars, hand or push cars,
ach inery, tools, implements, fuel
upplies and materials, contracts,
rvilegs of transit and mining, debts,
ooks, maps, surveys and inventories,
'unizments of title, letters patent, and
ther douniments of the said Winty:
ro Granite Company, and also aill
ther property anti .franchises of te
id Company of every kind and (de
ription now owned by the said Comn
N'o bid will be received at said seec
*om any bidder who shall not first
eosit 'with the undersigned as a
ledge that such bidder will make
ood his bid in case he becomes the
accessful bidder, the sum of ten thous
nd dollars (81,000O.) in money or by
ertitied cheek, to the order of the
n dersigned, on some responisible bank.
The deposit so received from any
n1ucessful bidder to be returned to
im when i Ihe property is stru(-k dlown,
od the deposit so received from the
iecssful b'iddler to be :applied on
acount of the purchrse price; or inm the
vent that such bidder shall fail to
)'iply with~ his bid ac'ording to the
rms of the Decree, to such loss or
spense as may be occasioned by such
For further particuilars refe rence may
had to the said Decree of sale on
e in my offie.
JOHN W. LYLES,
C. C. C. P.F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C , Oct. 5), 1906G.
A cold is imuchi imore easiy ev ure.l
ien thme bowevl- are open. K-ue~mdy's
ixative oney mi Tar open.s t: e
wels and drins the cold ouit of thes
tenm in young or old. Sold by all -
are veryidifferent from tho.
well as all other goods we c
quality. We do not handkt
class beds with
This Splendid All
Very heavy continuous
posts and filling. Tall and
graceful design. Made in
either double or single
sizes. Would be a bargain
elsewhere at $9.00, but we
sell it for
E. M. AND]
We Call S
Big stock of
that make it
money on ther
No prettier a
For Crooked Run Church Yard.
The will be a box party at the'
residence of Mr. J. P. Brooks,
Thursday Nov. 8. Proceeds will
be used in painting fence around a
Crooked Run ch'irch yard. The
public is cordially invited to
Mr. U. G. Robinson and Miss
Sallie Bertha Blair were marriedh
Monday afternoon Oct. 22, by t1
Rev. W. W. Williams, at t h e s3
36|Spectacles and Eyeglasses
General assortment of spectacles
and eyeglasses just in. Come in
and have your eyes fitted. T. M.
BEEF, BEEF-I beg to advise
the people of Winnsboro ,that
I will be at the ice house nextt
to Rhoda Coker's restaurant eto
next Saturday with a fin.e st all <
fed] beef, which will be sold at in
prices that will make it pay m
them to come to see me that
day. S. Simpson.
Money to Loan.
I have made arrangements to negc
.iate leans on first mortgage of real l
estate in this county in) sums of not pa
ess thatn $300 and payable in not less .to
han five years. The rate of interest|
s eight per cent on sums under $1 ,000 ac
mnd seven per cent on sums of that Gi
.mount or over. No commissions are p
harged. The borrower pays for ab.
tract and expesE.McOAD
;e you find at most stor
arry are carefully selecte
beds with cast or gray ir<
.ABLE IRON LO(
Your mail orders will be
filled at just the same
prices you will have to
pay if you visit our store
to buy. We do not deviate
from our prices under any
i Street, COL.UM
RE THAT SAVES YOU
ets and IR
Large stock c
so that we<
100 acres of land, one mile from!
Vinnsboro. Dwellin~g, barn, out-]
nuses, well and spring.-. -20 acres un
er wire. Also a parcel of 40 acres
bout one-half mile fromr Winnsborc.
.pply to W. D. DOUGL AS,
11-7tf Winnsboro, S. C.
Notice by Executors.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
aving claims against the estate ofl
Thn M. Lemmon, deceased, to present a
ie same, duly verified, to the under-It
gned, and all persons indebted to said d
state to make payment. u
WV. J. LEMMON,
Winnsboro, S. C. f<
A. S. & W. D. Douglas, A ttorneys.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons holding ciaims against
e late Dr. T. G. Douglass, are hereby
quiired and warned to present them
the undersigned, duly attested, as re
ired by law. If not presented with-!sc
the time required by law they wilfa
~t be paId. ei
DR. J. E. DOUGLASS, ,3
C. H. DOUGLASS, I
11-7-3t Executors. vI
Ladies' and Gents' Garments
ianed, pressed, dyed and te
ired on short notice and made
look as good as new. Charges F
cording to condition of work.
ye me a trial and you will be
At Cathcart's Stable,
es. All the metal beds as
d with an eye single to
n locks, buft sell you first
Extra heavy posts and
filling. Brass rail across
top of head and foot.
Heavy Brass Vases. As
strong as any $8.50 bed.
BIA, S. C.
fn to Our
if Matting too.
ght at prices
:an save you
Fairfield Cotton Mills.
The annual meetin~g of the Stock
ioldtras of the Fairfield Cotton Mills
vill 1 e held in the President's room of'
'he Winn sboro Ban k, Wi nnsboro,
. C., on- the 8th day cf November,
906, at 11 ''ock. A. M1.
J. WV. CA THCART,
10-24 Secretary iind Treas~urer.
Notice is hereby given that T. W.
ud G. R. Lauderdale, Executors of
de estate of Mrs. Jane Lauderdale,
eceased, has this day made application
nto me for a final discharge as such
~xecutors; and that the 24th day of
~ovember, A. D. 190~6, at 10 o'cloeh
-. M., at my office, has been appointed
>r the hearling of said pitition.
D. A. BROOM,
Judge of Probate, Fairfield Co. S. C.'
Oct. 22rd, 1906. - 10-24-4t.
We want 6,7.00 bushels of grao,
aind Cotton Seed. and would ask all
rmers to see us before selling. Spe
a.1 prices offered on lots of 5300 to
000 bushels delivered at Adgers,
'innsboro or Rockton. Good cu
nien ces for unlon ding at freight depot
Winnsboro. We will- wait on you *
t days in every week. Thankinr
u for your three yeairs' patronage
d asking you to continue.
E. T. MIL LING,
)R SALE-1,500 busbels cot
ton seed. 100 ponuds~ in ceed
prodluces from 41 to 45 oud
of lint. Geneiali ;.vera~g of 5
locks to bol. P~rices on appli
eation to T E. Deileneyv. Rion,
. n. 10-17-2mn