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WINNSBORO, S. C.
J. FEL,ANK FOOSHE
Editf: -,ud Pro)rietor.
P CELLSHED SE.11- WEEKL Y
TERMS I-N AD)VANCF:
Nednesda. Au-gu.t 1~-191U
Mr. MeMaster's Views in Regard to
BENJAMIN PALMER MCMASTER.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Columbia. S. C.. Aug. 10. 1910.
The Fairfield News & Herald,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Mr. Editor:-One of the most
important matters affecting
Fairfield County arising in the
last Legislature was the effort
to compel the complietion of the:
Columbia canal for navigable
purposes. This was the intent
of the rEsolution introduced by
your Courty Representative in
the House, Mr. W:, W. Dixon,
relr1ng the Governor to report
to the following Sessions of the:
Legislature the advisability of.
reqairing the re.sent lessee of:
the canal, the Columbia Electric
Street Ralway. Light and Power
Company, to complete the canal
as a navigable water-way.
The State transferred its
right in the water power to the
city of Columbia. giving the city
the privilege of leasing same,
upon the condition that the lessee;
Would complete the Canal for
navigable purposes according
to specifications set out in the
Act, within "a reasonable time."
The canal was partly complet6d
as far as Gervais Street in the
City of Columbia. in March
1892, and no efforit has since
been made to require the present
lessee to fulfill its agreement,
with the State, and complete the
canal in accordance with the.
terms of its lease.
About the only interest the
State now has in the canal, is
the right to navigation, and to
thus allow one of its valuable
high-ways to be obstructed and
its development as an avenue
for commerce stopped, in order
to save .doH'ars for a few stock
holders oaf:a cor'poration, is un
just, and it4vas eninently proper
for the Legislature. to require
the 'Governor 'to report the
reason for the- 18 years delay in
;r e his immiediate constituents
aeinvolWed, itoue h
resolution -and fought it through
Sboth Houses. The Governor is
S coirnetted to the policy of the
d&delopinent of our water-ways,
and wilLundoubtedly recommend
tat. the State's right to the
coniyion of the canal, be en
forced. If this is done, Broad
River will again be in a position to
invoke federal aid to keep it in
It is to be hoped that Fair
field will retain Mr. Dixon at
his post of duty in the House.
B. P. McMaster.
Solicitor Henry Denies He Advocates
(Chester Lanb~ rn, Aug. 1:).
Winnsboro, S. C., Aug., 9, 1910
To the Editor of The Lantern:
Dear Sir:-I am informed that'
some friends of the other two
.candidates for congress have
been and are circulating a re-,
port to the effec~ that I advocate
bringing the negro into politics.
There is not a man, woman or
sti. That is a game of politics
Sto injure my cause. No man
believs that I have lived fifty
v-ears to turn traitor to my race
and to white civilization, or that
I am fool enough to advocate
.such before white democrats.
Mv oosition is to secure a re
peal' of that portion of the'
nationa.l constitution which con
ferred the right to vote on tlhe
negro, anc to leave the whole
matter to the southern states to
settle. Will the white people
with the reins in their hands,
drive the negro to the political
Every representative from the
S th willi vote for this repeal.
TEyare one third of the vote:
then my plan undertakes to se
cure the vote for this repeal of
the other two thirds, or one half,
ofi.Can any sensible manI
see how. that could bring the,
s i rd v to a letter
end ting that I
~ ~er--4ami no time
a trimmer. I
- njo. -* . Tfriendsi
apers that have undertaken to
tate my position and interpret
t. will do Me the justice to cop
:his and sec"re the attendance the
>f the pei-e on the congressiona! exis
'reezings. I have confidence in Beal
he good sense and sense of
ustice of the people of this fifth nrm
istrict. and all I want is a hear- pan:
Yours truly. Bea
J. K. Henry. tne
-.. - men
FOR SALE-At a bargain, small cont
ginning outfit consisting of acco
engine, gin. condenser and 1910
press w i t h all necessary
belting. Complete outfit re
cently overhauled. Reason i
for selling, am using larger
outfit. Will trade for live
stock. Apply quickly to. W. L.
Kirkpatrick. R. F. D. 3.
Final Discharge. ne
Notice is h.reby given that M.rgaret and
Fraser Bennett, Adminiistratrix of the
statte of Hesse Fraser, deceased. haS
this diV Imafldt' al)lication unto me the
or a tinal diseharze as such adminis- law.
.tratrix, and that the30th day of July. chai
N10. at 10 o'clock A. M., at my oftee. a
ias been appointed for the hearing oi
W. L. HfOLLEY,
Ju.d,e of Probate, Fairfield Co., S. C.
Jul 5, 19 10. 7-4t
FOR CONRESS. re
I am a endidate for re-eiietion te ; %
Congress from the Fifth District. sub- Ctar
ject to the action of the Democratic .
primaries. D. E. FINLEY.
I am a candidate for Congress, from
he Fifth District, and will abide the
reults of the Democratie Primary arrl.
Election. THOS. B. BUTLER.
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF
I hereby announce mnyself a candi
date for electiou to the ohice of Count
superintendent of Education, subject I Pa
to the action of the Democratic pri- for 1
-nary. C. H. DOUGLASS. may
I herebyv announce myself a cardi- mela
(late for* re-electioij to the office of 1ogs
County Superintendent of Education, ness,
subject to the action of the Democrati diizzi
priary. T. M. JORDAN. the I
I am a candidate for election to the fema
c4lice of Superintendent of Education back
of Fairfield, subject to the action of the thn-I
Deniocrmtie primary. Try
- %. HOKE. ur
I hereby annlounice myd.5 f ain a e:tn
i te for renoin'ationi to thle ffice of
out~ y Teaurer su bi* to the act :0on
the Democratie prt:nar. V
A. L E SCR UGGS.
JI-DGELOF P ROBATE.
go n rMt for re-elcit!in t o
'h.- ollee of Judge of Prob(ate for Fair
W. L. HOL LEY.
OUSE OF REPRE.SENTATsY ES.
I hereby announce myiself ai eandi- 1
late for 're-eetionl to the House of
Representatives, subjet to the act ion
f the Democratic prima5ries.
W. W. DIXON.
The friends of Dr. E. C. Jl.: :n hier
yannounce him a candidate for ee
:ion to the House of Representatives,
ubject to the decision of the D)emio- E3
I am a candidate for election to t h
Rouse of Representatives, subject to 2
he action of the Democratic primari esU
T. H. KETCHIN.
I am a candidate for election to the
Iouse of Representatives, subject. to
he action of the Democratic prinmary.
R. A. MEARES.
I hereby announce myself a candi
late for-re-election to the House of
tepreseotatir:es, subject to the action
iI the Demoi~cratic primarnes. I
-F. H. McEACHERN.
I iereb.v annlounie myiself a eandi- i
[ate for . re-election to the ottice of
~uitor for Faiirfield Coui.t.y, subject
othe rules of tihe Deniocratic primary.
.J. B. BUR LEY.
N.ie N. hi-reby. given that .h:is \W.
oi k, adiist rator of tile estaite
trs NIsedie J. Bolick deces.,ed, hos
fnal disyhargec as such whnnoiilstrator
id hat athe 5thI day of Setemb-i er
010 at 10'clok a. mn.. at myv oflie-.
a nlppo(I ited for the hearing of
WV. L. HjOLLEY, '
.Jugeof Pr.>hate, F'airtield Co. 5. C .
- bit io.
/ A Reguiar Tom Boy.-,y.
-as sie-el imb t111 ~Z1rees and fenc-. tric P
npip .Z dit':hes, wvhitli.ng, alwcays get- t"uriti
iig srat'hes-. euts. sprains, ormiSe-. Liver
umnp. burns- :>r sealdis. But iw-:ov
r nother inist :ppliedl Bucklenl * e'.ed
es I verytini. hieiable- ik . - :after
r s. z':zia. Olt 'ore-. (orn or I r
OCENT 0 SALE-OP1 -
rawford horn room direi
mgnews- palitedt and th \Ve
frcou ntr- property. Ae
onelo rft frontb 15: clas
epbetween A. M. O\ven'
-<m and Mr. Buwae ls ai
.ice Of Dissolution.
,tice is hereby given tnat
ing between Wil'iam C.
v and Charles A. Stevenson.
inrnsboro. S. C.. under the
name of W. C. Beaty Com
has been this day dissolved
nutual consent. William C.
v will take charge of alr
irm assets, assume the pay
: of all liabilities of the firm.
inue the business on his own
ant. This 4th day of August
WV. '. Beatv.
C. A. Stevenson.
Notice to Overseers.
I overseers are hereby roti
to have their roads worked
to see to it that every per
lable to road duty performs:
days of labor required by
Ail roads worked by the!
ngang must be put in first
C. H. DOUGLASS.
Clerk of Board.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
A)CAL APPLICATION. a,
e the -. f the d;i- catar h , a
v u,t tae internal remn d:, 'a:
I Care i-, taken irterrallr. ani "e:..i: -
on the bi lo.,,i and mucttous 0urface,.Ha
S are ,not a qtack meadii
;d WIC , the ne-t , :n :
m,.d .,f th be.,* tenies kn-i,wn. eami
withte :Iest bloi)d puri*ier,. actinz di-.
.n the Mm.votu 1 -urtace-. T!e pI:neezI
t i th e tw. in-.t : w1hat
-e,,ue1h %-,rder-fa: result, incrn Ca
Sen for te-,tmn a 6.
F. 1 CII ENFY & CO.- 1':
ir ~ ~ ~ .,cL ...Q. I*.a~ca
An Ideal Husband.
ient evg lggi-g Wife,
e know1 help. :She
be so eri 11 down inl
b thatt er If ohe is
licoly, Uhled wih
of appe e, e, Sleeniew
spells. she needs Jeetri Bier
ost wandrful eedy Ar l
eu. Thousands of suticr- o
!e t rouble., 1 ev u tr .
lehe lald weak kidney.- h,aV u!-t
:lid Ieol;- healthy an:d hay
theml. OnlyV 50o. a-aen
-"I kn hTat is good
or young andi old peo
>e," writes Mrs. Clara ~
Jykstra, a trained nurse
i South Bellingham, -
~Vash., "a2nd will say that
consider Cardui the best '
edicine for girls and
vomen. It makes them E
el iike new persons, re- ..
eves their pain and reg
ates womanly troubles.
"Both my daughter and I
eceived great benefit"
he Woman's Tonic
As a medicine for fe
ale trouble, no medi
ie you can get h'as the
)ld establish~ed reputation,
at Cardui has.
Fifty (50) years of suc
ess prove. that it has
tood the greatest of all
sts-the test of TIME.
As a tonic for weak wo
en, Cardui is the best, be
ause it is a woman's tonic.
Pure, gentle, safe, re
able. Try Cardui. .
The Demon of The Air
e.rmi of Lazrippe. th;at breathed
ni.s sulferinz- to) thousand. Its
efet a r~e wekniie-s, n erv"ou
lack of:appetit-. ener:.. y and am-i
. ithl disotreed liver and' kid
The grete.s4?t need the is Elee
it ters, t lhe splendi id ion t- bor-d'
-r. a regulator oif 'xtomaY1h.
1 that they wonlderfuliy = trength
le ner1ves. bildi upi t be =\y-tem
-~stre health anloi .-nirits ao
do up-to-'date, first
s Job WVork. Give us
r.ial order. We know
5 and 6 Feet
A Mowing Machine to be a success must
light draft and ease of management. The
correctly designed and substantially constru
to w Lithstan,d any stress or strain to which it
over a rough meadow surface. The cutti!g
justable coil spring, is carried on the wheels,
ground. and utilizing for power all the weig]
to keep the cutter bar down to its work.
In fact. the Dain Mower was built to w,
conditions of the ground will permit a mow(
John Deere Rake
Is the very best rake on the market." It is :
A full stock of Mower Repairs always on ha
We want to figure with you on your mov
1716 Main St.
eek-End And Sunday Excursion: D
Rates to Charleston And Isle
of Palms. S. C.. Via I
Effective Sunday. May 29th.
and continuing during the sum- sm
mer season. Southern Railway
will have on sale regular summer
xecursion tickets to Charleston
nd Isle of Palms, S. C., with Aca
fial limit Octobert 31st, 1910.
aso week-end tickets to be sold
n Saturday and for Sunday + ,
morning trains, beginning .Sat-: Ut L
rday, May 28th, final limit tc:
lave destination before mid
ig the following Tuesday. m k
Also cheap Sunday excursion.
tikets sold only for Sunday
morning trains, good returning wh -1
on last train leaving Charleston W m it~
815 p. m. Sunday night.
For further information, rates,
ec. apply to Southern Railway
tiket agents or address. J. L.be
Meek, assistant general passen
gr agent. Atlanta, Ga.. W. E.:
ree, division passenger agent,
Charleston. S. C. .AIi
Let Us Ship You a Sackon.hu
of Ice. on Southern E
f ield County,.
We make the best 1250 acres Bro:
obtainable, by the ~ on foot to dev
m o s t improved hundred acres
hygeic mthod, ~cottage, large
hygenc metods'tenIant flouses
f r o mi distilled X\Will sell i
water. .p urchaser.
lmetto Ice Co.| JOH
combine great strength wLh
Dain Vertical Lift Mower is
ted. It is sufficiently strong
may be subjected when cutting
apparatus, by means of an ad
avoiding all friction on the
t of the machine not required
rk successfully, wherever the
r to be operated.
nost popular where most used.
id. Mail orders given prompt
ers and rakes and all farm
Columbia, S. C.
load to close
t .prices that
it worth your
Sto call here
>r Sale. 4
sand and Twenty Acres finest'
only 20 miles from Columbia,
~ai~v, at Wallaceville, Fair
S. C., known as Wallace Place.
atered and adapted to all crops.
d iiver bottoms, including fine
and pasture lands. Movement
slop splendid water power. Few
god timber, New five-roOm
barn, very finte well water; ninee
al in good~ repair.
one tract or sub--divide to smut
d particulars address.
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