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The marriage of Miss Sara
Boulware and Mr. Jasper Gettys tb
was solemnized at the Presby- dE
tArian church at ten o'c ock last
'Wednesday morning. The church B
-as very tastefully decorated
-with evergreens and beP atiful sl
po' ted plants. The ceremony lj
was performed by Dr. S. C. Byrd
of Greenville, but formerly pas.- h:
tor of the bride. C
The bride was dressed in a(J
very becoming tan traveling, suit 1
with hat to mal ch. The maid ofra
honor, Miss Mary Alice Boulware,
sister of the bride, was dressed d:
in a beautiful white suit. The b.
best man was Mr. Nick Gettys:. a
cousin of the groom,... and the a
ushers w(re Messrs Riley Boul- e
ware and Lex Durham.
The party came in to the strains
of Lohengrin's March, played by j
Miss Eloise Elliott, and marched
out to Mendelssohn, played by
Mrs. D. V. Walker.
The popularity of the happy -
couple is attested by the number sl
of beautiful presents which they
Mr. and Mrs. Gettys ioft on the
southbound train immediately p
alter the ceremony for the groom's
home at Longtown, where after a B
brief stay they will spend their N
hnneymoon in Florida. 1
"That their brightest day in 1
the past nay be their darkest in r
the future" is the wish of their
King of All Cough Medicines. ir
Mr. E. G. Case, a mail carrier of
Canton Center, Conn., who has been lc
in the U. S. Service for about sixteen b,
-....- years, says: "Me have tried many tc
cough medicines for croup, but Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy is king of all el
and one to be relied upon every time.
We also find it the best remedy for n
coughs and colds, giving certain results
and leaving no bad after effects." For h
sale by Obear Drug Co. and all medi- a]
cine dealers. rE
To Celebrate iooth Anniversary of the ti
B:rth of R. E. Lee. 0
Columbia Record: Gen. Robert
E. Lee, the peerless Christian of
the Contederate armies, was born
January 19th, 1807, and next Jan
uary will see the one hundredth h
anniversary of his birth.
The suggestion has been made i1
that there should be a fitttng cel- a
ebration all over the South. The '
suggestion has been well received n
here and the local patriotic soci- p
eties will commence laying plans
to that end.
General Lee was the greatest
of all military leaders of his -
country, the general without a 3
peer, and by the strength of his
moral character proved himself a
leader no less in peace than in
war. The people of the North.
give him just praise now, as. well
as the people of his own section,
and his position in the annals of
history as one of the great men of 3
the world is unalterable fixed.
His is a figure that commands
universal admiration and his lif~e
has impressed all who knew of it
with its beauty.
It is hoped that here, as well as
in every other city and hamlet of
the South he loved, his anniver
sary will be fittingly celebrated o
A man with a sprained ankle will e
use a crutch, rest the ankle and let it
get well. A man or woman with an
overworked stomach can't use a crutch,
but the stomach must have rest just -
the same. It can be rested too without
starvation. Kodol will do it. Kodel
performs the digestive work of the tired
stomach and corrects the digestive ap
paratus. Kodol fully conforms to the
provisions of the National Pure Food a
and Drug Law. Recommended and s<
sold by all druggists.
Erskine's New Pr asident. 1
At the annual meeting of the Ii
Associate Reformed Presbyteiran 2a
synod held at Camden, Ala., last F
week by a nmanimous vote Rev.
James S. Moffatt D). D., of Chestee
was elected to the president of
Erskine College, which vacancy
was occasioned by the recent
resignation of Rev. F. G. Pressly, -
Dr. Moffatt is an Arkansan by
birth, his father bsing the late
R3ev. W. S. Moffatt who at the
time of Dr. Mofifatt's birth was
pastor of a church in Wheeling,5
Ark. He received his early eda
c:ation at the public schools of
'Uniontown and St. Clairsville,
Ohio. After spending two years
at Erskine College he went to
Muskingum Colkge in 0 h i o,
where he graduated.
His theological education was
received at the United Theological
Semin"ry at Alleghany, Penn.
For one year he had charge oft
the A. R. P. church at Charlotte,1
N. C., and went from there, in
1887, to Chester, which charge he
has held until now.
The synod cast Dr. Pressly's
mantle on worthy shoulders and
it is needless to say that Dr. Mof
fatt will not only ma i nt ai n
Erskine's present standing, but
will upbuild the general welfare
of the college.
I have leased the hunting and trap
ping rights on the lands owned by Joe
D.avis and hereby give due notice that l
all nersons hunting or trapping on said
lanus will be dealt with to the full ex
tent of the law.
llu44 T M. 1:rAVNES.
In and A ound aso.
Mr. J. F. Coleman, the agent
e Southern at Woodvw ard, La
cided to remain there.
Work has begun on M. j. T. W
rice's new home.
Mrs. Dr. Eve of Br-ch Isla,l
'ent last week with her parents,
r. and Mrs. Watt Bxice.
Mrs. Sara Hall of Winusbo '
is been visiting at Mr. J. E
Mi. J. E. Craig's new store :'
)en for business. He will carry
i up-to-date line of groceries.
Dr. Durham has mov.-d Li,
-ug store into the now Sigm, iu
Mr. Laurens Hood has accept.
position with the Southern a :
:pressman. Mr. Dave Robins' n
kes Mr. Hood's place as carrier
mail on Route No. 2. Nr.
obinson has moved hia fam: y
to Miss Ford's cottage.
Miss Beatrice Mills, who 1-;s
any friends in this section, n;is
arried Tuesday at Lugoff, KI"r
iaw county, where she has be iti
aching, to a Mr. Kirkiand of
Miss Viola Lewis was marr,l
rednesday at her home a f,.w
iles west of town to Mr. Laurens
oyd of Charlotte. Rev. Mr.
oland perfo.med the ceremony.
We called on Rev. Mr. Sessions
the Baptist church one day
cently to see his Rhodo Island
ed fowls and his great sweet
)tato crop. He is a man of
imense energy and does most of
s work. He made on a small
t 150 bushels potatoes, 40
ishels corn and a bale of cot
n. He has large beds of young
bbage plants just up.
Now that the editor is settled
his new home, we expect the
in fever to regain a hold on him
id that he will do something to
vive the interest in "better
ultry and more of it." Can we
>t have a poultry club some
ing like the fruit club of a year
so ago? J. T. C.
Nov. 23, 1906.
For Over Sixty Years.
MRS. WINSLoW's SOOTHING SYRUP
i been used for over 60 years by mil
mns of mothers for their children
hile teething, with perfect success.
soothes the child, softens the gums,
lays all pain; cures wind colic, and
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It
ill relieve the poor little sufferer im
Lediately. Sold by druggists in every
rt of the world. Twenty-five cente~
bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs
Tinslow's Soothing Syrup," and tak(
[OTICE-We have addeda
hearse to our undertaking busi
ness. Call on us when in need
W. M. Patrick, Woodward,8S. C
VANTED-A good Milch Cow
J. Frank Fooshe.
ANTED-To sell car of Webe:
Wagons. Best wagon on the
market. All sizes and tires
Come and see them. W. M
Patrick, Woodward, S. C.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons indebted to the estate
f the late Dr. T. G. Douglass, wil
ake payment to the undersigned
all parties having ciaims against said
itate will present same duly attested
DR. J. E. DOUGLASS,
C. H. DOUGLASS,
By virtue of authority vested in ni
SS'heriff, I have levied on and wil:
1 before the Court House door ir
innsboro on the FIRST MON DATi
PECEMBER next, within tL4
gal hours of sale, the following tra ct
land under the Acts referring to de
School District No. 25-Sam Grier,
acres, bounded on the no.rth~ by Mis.
lorence Feaster, east b.0 J:e. M. Gill,
>uth by Mrs. H. S. Gladniey, we.st b
:iss Florence Feaster.
Terms of Sale: CaTh.
A. D. ITOC D,
1-4tf S. 1'. (C.
E ARE POURING INTO
RESULT A MOUNTA]
Men's Suits and Pa
and Boys' Clothing in
at the very'lowest pric
Ladies' Dress Good:
in many various styli
Shoes in abundanca
Winnsboro to buy youl
Hats are a specialt:
Bargains all the wa'
see for yourself how r
save by buying here.
L a n
Lot, in to-vn of Winnsboro,
I situated on Liberty street, 1 acre,
l good community.
Lot, in the town of Winnsboro,
corner of Liberty and Fraser
streets, size 105x510 feet.
House and lot in the town of
Blackstock, 3 rooms, 2 porches,
good well, barn, 'shade trees, 4
acres in lot, beautiful location,
easily improved, rents for ,35.00
Farm, 176 acres, 120 in cultiva
tion, 56 second growth timber,
subsoll, orchard very fine; en
closed with woven wire, dwelling
in good condition, 5 . rooms, 3
porches, well, 2 barns, 5 tenant
l'ouses, 3 branches, 2 springs, 1t
miles from the corporate limits of
I the town of Wfnnsboro, rents for
8 bales cotton.
Farm, 1,365 acres, 11 miles
BlacL tock, known as the "Hog
Fo_-k" plantation, 350 in cultiva
tion, 25 original pine, 300 second
growtb, 200 pasture, land lies
well, sandy, grey and black jack,
several orch-.rds, 2-story dwelling,
6 rooms, 4 wells, 2-story barn, 4
stalls and loft, 13 tenant houses,
good repair, re-its for 30 bales
cotton. This property is 5 miles
of Great Falls. Railroad now
being bailt; will have station 4
Farm, 100 acres, 4-L miles of
Blythewood, known as the "An
drew Perry" farm, 15 acres in
cultivation, all can be cultivated,
1 tenant house, Twenty-five Mile
creek runs through place.
Farm, 175 acres, 7 miles White
Oak, Fairfield county. 50 acres
cultivation, 20 acres timber, 20
acres fiue bottom land, grey, red
clay and black jack, Wateree
creek runs through place, 1
branches, 3 tenant houses, all
under fence and cross wire, unex
celled pasture, rents for 6 bales
Farm, 105 acres, 8 miles Black
stock, Faiafleld county, 60 acres
in cultivation, grey soil, rolling,
easily improved, well watered, 3
springs, 3 and 4 room dwelling,
good small barns. Now being
worked on shares.
Farm, 340 acres, 4 miles Black
stock, Fairfield county, 50 acres
in cultivation, 20 acres rich'bot
toms, balance in broken land and
t:mber, 7-room dwelling, barn,
well, 3 springs, 2 branches, rents
for 1,500 lbs. cotton.
Farm, 816 acres, postofficee Flint
Hill, 10 miles Winnsboro, 150
acres in caltivation, 500 acres
large secondA growth timber, 50
acres enclosed, 25 acres bottoms,
subsoil, 2 springs, 2 brarches,
2 2-room and 3 1-room houses.
Fine grazing lands and a'good in
vestment for one wanting timber.
C. W. McCANTS, Manager,
Winnsboro, S. (3.
The Little Store
,On the Corner
Is the place to get your
Because you can get
them cheap. Other things
beside.s novelties to be had
at the same place. Cali
and see; it costs nothing
O. L:e Corr.er.
HIGH .PRICES AND THE
N OF BARUAINS TO
3RS IN EVERY
nts, Men's Overcoats
great assortment and
s,. Cloaks, Skirts, etc.,
es and e'at attractive
e. No belter place in
y here. Hat bargains
rthrough. Come and
nuch moniey you can
STATE OF TI- A RL INA.
(cmNr OF. VA i:.
COURT OF COMMoN PLEA S.
South Caroli: a Lo:ain & Trust (o11 pany
Winnshoro (Granite (onlpany.
Py virtue of a de(-retal order mnade
in the above entit led ('ase, cdatcd t;th
day of Octob r, 1t0), a nd tiled on the
6th day of October, 101;, I shall of'er
for sale for cash, at public auction, to
the highest bidder, on Monday. the3rd
day of December, 19fP, at eleven o'clock
A. M., in the city of Winnsboro, be
fore the Court House for the C unty of
F.iirfieid, in the State of South Caro
lina, as an entirety and not in separaT'
parcels, all and singular ihe foilowin
property of \W'innshoro Granite Con
Tract of land in Fairfield Count:
contining eighty (s0) acres, more c
less, 4nd conveyed to the Winnsbor
Granite Company by Win. R. Dot
and others, by deed dated March 2f
1900, and recorded in Book AP, at pag
30, in the office of the Clerk cf Cour
of Fairfield County.
Tract in Fairfield County containinf
twelve hundred and sixty-six and one
half (12i>6.) acres, more or less, con
veyed to the Winnshoro Granite Cm
laiy by J.aues F. Redding and otl e
by deed dated April 11, 1893, am
recorded in Book AP, page 83.
Tract in Fairfleid County containing
one hundred and ninety (190) acres.
moreor less, conveyed to the Winns
boro Granite Company by T. K. Eiliott.
by-deed dated Nov. 29th, 1899, al(
recorded in Book AO, page 99.
Tract in Fairfield County containin.
four hundred and twenty (420) acres.
more or less, conveyed to the said th
Winnsboro Granite Company by A- G
Bookman, Trustee, by deed dated
Sept. 30, 1887, and recorded in Book
A M, page 235.
Tract in Fairfield County containing
fifteen (15) acres, conveyed to thi
Winnsboro Granite Company b
Sarah A. Crawford, by deed dated
April 14, ISSS," and recorded in Book
AQ, page 84.
Tract in Fairfield County containing
ninety-four (94) acres, more or less.
called the Delleney place.
Tract in Fairfield County composcd
of the Heath tract, the Arledge traec
the Smith tracts and the Mahom
tract and the Triangular tract, and the
right of way from tne tract of Charlotti.
Columbia & Augusta Railroad. to the
Rock City quarry and the Railroad
roadbed and superstructure thereon
Tract in Faifield County containing'
fifty-seven 4-10 (574-10) acres, and
represented on a plat by J. Feaster
Lyles, dated March, 1896.
Strip of land in Fairfield County
conveyed to R. G. Rhett, Trustee or
Winnsboro Granite Company, b y
Rebecca V. Woodward, by deed dated
Jul,y 1S, 1906, and recorded in Book
AX, page, 253.
~Strip of land in Fairfield County
conveyed by John D. DelIeney and
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 Comn
p any, also the granite and other valtua
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
Company, 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
tract of land in2 Fairlield Coun ty con
taining ninety-eight (98) acres, more
or less, k. ~wn as the J. B. Glenn land
together with all the rights, powers and
privileges enumerated in a deed to the
said the Winnsboro Granite Company
from J. W. Heath. dated May- 9, 185~3,
and recorded in Book AG,. page 38;
also the granite and other valuable
minerals now being within and upon
the tract of land in Fairtield Count y
containing one hundred aud sevenmyv
seven (177) aere.s, more or Ies. t ogeth er
with all the rights, powers and pivi
leges enumerated ini the deed, fron
J. D). and Elizabeth Lyles to the sed
the Win nshoro Gran ite Comnpa.
dated Nov. 5th, 1S87, :and recorded in
Book AM, page 287: also the quarr.
of rock, stone and other mine1r,
machinery, and other plants. used :n
and upon the prmie hereinbefore
described, rail!ways, ways, rights of
way, fixtures, water and fuel statior s,
viaducts, culverts, fences and other
struetmres, station hmouses, engin
houses, car houses, frejght houses, wo
houses, . warehouses, machine shols
work shops, structures, superstructurcs
and erections, locomotives, engines,
tenders, cars, hand or push ears,
machinery, tools. imaplemients, fuelA
supplies and materials; contracls,
privileges of transit and mining, debts,
books, maps, surveys and invenrtori< ,
noi'niments of title, letters patent, arnd
other ,>uaments of thre said Win
boro Granite Company,. and also !
other property and franchises of the
said Compauy of every kind and de
scription now owned hy the said Com7
No bid will be received at said sale
from any bidder who shall nrot tirat
deposit with the undersigned a
pledge that suchr hidder will make
good his bid in cseO hie becomies t be
successful bidder, the s.um of ten tous
and dollars (810,000.) iin money or i.
certifiedl ech, to the ordler ofth
undersigned, onl -(ome responsi ble ban r
The deposit so' re'rlve:i from n.
unsuccessful bidder to, be retuirred
him when the propi.rty is struck dow,\
and the deposit so rmccived fr(m rir
successful bidde to be alplied o
account of the p)ur'ch::e p)riee; or lin h
event that s.ueh bidder shall fail t
comrply with his bid according to the
terms of the Deeree. to such loss<r
expense as may be occasionecd by suc
For further part ienlars reference ma
ie had to the said Decree of sale on
file in my oiie.
JOHN W . 1 E.
owels and dirivs the cold out oif tihe s
ystem in younrg or old. Sold by all
sold the same w
where than the
These are the
1iaction they give
the store=roorn b
and the Bank of
our stock must l
on our entire st(
Notions, Hats, Ca
and to our full 2
women and chik4
and closes Dec. ~3
Notice is hereby given that T. W.
md G. R. Lauderdale, Executors of
the estate of Mrs. Jane Lauderdale,
(eceased, has this day miade application
m1to) me for a inal disebairge as such
13'xcutor.-: and that the 24th dlay of~
ovember, A. D). 300i, at 10 o'cloch
A. 31i., at my ofliec,. has been appointed
for the hearling of said pitit io Th
Judge of Probate, Fairfield Co. 8. C.
Oct. 2rd, 1000. 10-2-4t.f
Notice by Executors.
Not ice is hereby given to all persons
aving (eiai;I ms ginist the estate ofl
ohn M. Lemmion, deceased, to present
be same; duly verified, to the under
~:ned, and all persons indebted to said
state to make paymlfent.
F. M. CLARKE.
W. J.L EM\DON, F
Winnisboro, S. C.
A . $S. & W. D. Douglas, A ttorneys.
- Money to Loan. W
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T have madeC arrangemients Po nego
sae in hi <:(iunty in] -s8I of not
IIthe .Ay 'U n j parbh Inl not4 les Exa
um P z . :r.-. TheI ra:: 0f itrs
nd .v~e' ar -::I n u s of that
nounlt or over. No conouisbons ar
aiged. The un0rrower payS for ab-e
ract and expense.MDOA,
<-3. Gm Attorney.
aght' right a
ay. No bette
great shoe lea
)opular of thi
that are Styl<
that are Che
1 of Goot
1, 1907, we
etween W. R~
1ps and Trun
to our Youtl
stock of Sho
1. Come early
W. A. H(
eabove letters represeni
and most up-to-date
represents the firm thai
prices, comfort, style a
on the mar
have in stock a Hunti
~ed to stand the roughe.
able, and as tough as
mine our Shoes and ge
V. C. Bei
nd wil be
r shoes ny
iders hat are:
. Rabb & Co.
es for mens
day, Nov. 24,
r, come often.
)OD & CO.
t one of the largest
shoe houses .
: sell their shoes.
id durability we pit
ne of Shoes
ng Shee, guaran
t usage; comfprt
t our prices before