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Sale of Land.
State of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield.
By virtue of power contained
in a certain deed of trust, dated
9th, day of June 1916, executed
by James D. Drgwford and de
livered to mc, W. D. Douir.-s, in
pursuance to the power thereby
conferred. I will offer for sale at
public auction Lefore the Corrt
House door in Winnsboro on the
first Monday in December. 1916.
All that certain, tract of land
lying. being, nd situate in the
County of Fairfeld. State afore
said. containing 65 acres, ncre
or less. bound2d' on thr rth
and south by lands of 'iss F. G.
Feaster, on th east bv public
rcad leading from Monticello to
Chester and on the west by lands
of J. V. Browr.. the said tract of
land is the same identical tract
conveyed to the said James D.
Drawford by Viiliam Brooks the
2nd, December. 1912.
TERMS OF SALE: One-third of
the purchase money to be raid in
cash on the day of sale and the
balance on a credit of one and
two years, with interest thereon
from day of sale at 8 per cent
per annum, payable annually, to
be secured by the bond of the'
purchaser and a mortgage of the
premises sold, or all cash at the:
option of the purchaser. The,
purchaser to pay for all neces
sary papers.
W. D. DOUGLAS,
Trustee.
Land Sale.
State of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield.
In the Court of Common Pleas.
Marcus W. Doty, Plaintiff.
vs.
Isaiah Gill, individually. and
as Executor: etc., et al.,
Defendants.
Pursuant to order of sale made
in the above stated case, I will
offer for sale before the Court
House door, at Winnsboro, S. C.,
on the first Monday in December
next, within the legal hours of:
sale, at public outcry, to the high
est bidder, the following describ
ed premises to wit:
All that certain tract of land
lying, being and situate in the
County of Fairfield and State of;
Boiith 'Carolina, containing one
hundred and ten (110) acres,
more or less, and bounded on the
north by lands of the estate of
Dr. T. B. McKinstry, deceased;:
on the east by lands George W.
Smith; on the south by lands
now or formerly of T. K. Elliott;
and on the west by lands of the
estate of Uriah C. Trapp, deceas
ed, being the premises conveyed
to J, Monroe Gill, Sr., by Thomas
KW BI1ott.
AlsO, All that centairi Die
parcel or tract of land lying, be
ing and situate in the County of
Fairfield, and State aforesaid
containing two hundred and forty:
five (245) acres, more or less.
and bounded on the north by'
lands of Peter McGill and John
Clinton: on the east by lands of
W. R. Doty, I. S. Chappell and'
estate of John Holland: and on
the west by- estate of Archie'
Ann Powell and of Isaiah Gill,
being the premises conveyed to
J. Monroe Gli by WV. R.Da
and D. V. Waiker'.
TERMS OF SALE: One third~
of the purchase money payable
in cash on the day of sale, and
the balance in two equal annual-.
installmeuts from said date,
with interest thereon at the rate'
rate of seven per centum per
annum. payable annually, un
til paid, to be secured by the
Bond of the purchaser, and a
mortgage of the premises sold.
the purchaser to pay for all ne
cessary papers, and recording~
the same.
JOIN WV. LYLES,
C. C. C. P. F. C.
Citation.
State of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield.
By WV. L. Holley, Probate Judge:
Whereas, H. L. Hinnant made
suit to me, to grant him Letters
of Administration of the estate
and effects of W. Y. Hi.nnant.
These are therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the
kindred and Creditors of the said
WV. Y. Hinnant deceased, that
they be and appear before me,
in the Court of Probate. to be
held at Winnsboro, on 25th next,
after publication hereof, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if arty they have, why the
said Administration should not
be granted.
' Given under my hand this 10th
day of November A. D. 1916.
WV. L. HOLLEY,
Judge of Probate.
Asked and Answered.
"Give woman the credit she de
serves," howled the sufrragtte speak
er, "and where would man be?"
"If she was to get all the credit seio
desires." answered the man in the
gallery, who was evidently iarrle<i,
-.he would be in the poorhouse."
Land Sale.
State o- South Cail- in.
County of Fairfi1d.
Tn the Cou't of Commoi Pleas.
Thomas G. TPatr'k. Plait.
Cora A. Patric k,-Thonas West
Patrick and other. Defendant.
PUrsuaIt to an Ider Of sale
made in the above sttd ca:e,
[ will ofYer for s ale efore th
Cout House loor, i Winnorbor,,
S. C., on the first Monday in
December nex:,t, within the lega.
hours of sale, at public- :tcr,.
to the Ihies bidder th fllow
Int_: describhed, "mises to wit:
All that tract of 1and ituate
F Fairiel Ccunty ani State
aforesaid, on Vatnrs of WaT_tPr,:,e
Creek, containi- four hundred
twenty two and 2-10 (422.2)acres,
said land beinr conveyed to John
B. Patrick. by deed of R. A.
Patrick, bearing date August 2,
'87S, bounded by lands of R. A.
Patrick on the north:on the east
by lands of late E. P. Mobley: on
the south by lands of T. G. Pat
rick and S. R. Patrick; on the
west by lands of McDowell
and Boulware, W. M. Patrick
and others."
TERMS OF SALE: One-third
of the purchase money payable
in cash on the day of sale; and
the balance in two equal annua'
installments from said date, with
interest thereon at the rate of
seven prr centum per annum,
payable annually, until paid, to
be secured by the Bond of
the purchaser, and a mortgage
of the premises sold. the pur
chaser to pay for all necessary
papers and recording the same.
JOHN W. LYLES,
C. C. C. P. F. C.
Clerk's Sale.
Pursuant to the decree of the Court
of Common Pleas made in the case of
John C. McMeekin against Maggie A.
bomasson, et al.. I will sell before
the Cour't House door in Winnsboro, S.
C., on the first Monday in December
next, within the legal hours of sale,
the following described premises to:
First: All that certain piece, parcel
or tract of land lying and situate in
Fairfield County in the State aforesaid,
~ontaining three hundred and thirty1
eight acres more or less known as the
Stanton and McMeekin tracts, bounded
on the north by lands of Richard Holley,
and the Thomasson-Qk tract, en the:
st by lands of Yarborough and Doug
lass, on the south by the Southerh Rail
ay and on the west by lands of S. S.
curry, being the same tract conveyed*
y Maggie A. Thomasson to W. B.
Wilson, Jr., and by WV. B. Wilson, Jr.,
o Riverside Farms, by deed dated
March 2nd, 1914, and recorded in the
oflice of the Clerk of Court for Fairfield
2ounty in Deed Book "BD" p 513.
Second. All that certain piece parcel
or tract of land lying being and situate
n the County of Fairfield in the State
toresid. known as the "Cook tract"
'tinng one hundr'ed and sixteen
ieres :nar' or less and bounded on the
aorth by lands of 13. HI. Yarborough,
on the east by lands of C. 1B. D)ouglass,
Jr.. on the South by the McMeekin
tract and on the west by the Chappell
The tract of 33s acres to be sold first,
and in case it shall bring a sum suffi
ient to satisfy the amount now'~ due to
the plaintiff for debt and costs, etc.,
then no further sale to be mad .i this
TERMS OF SA LE: (One third of the
purchase money to be paid in cash.
the balance in two equrl annual in
stallments from the day of sale, with
interest from the day of sale at eight
per cent per sunum. to be secured by
the bond of the purchaser and a mort
gege of the premises sold, or for all
cash at the option of the purchaser, the
urchaser to pay for all necessary
apers, stamnps and recording.
.JOglN WV. LYLES,
C. C. C. P. F. C.
Citation Notice.
y W. L. Holley, Probate Judge..
Whereas. J. E Douglass made suit
o mae to grant him Letters of Admmn
istration of the estate and eaYects of
M iss Jamie B. Doud ass.
These are therefore, to cite and ad
nnionsh all and singular the kindred and
reditorsof the said Miss Jamie B. Dou
gass. deceased, that they be and ap
pear before me. in the Court of Probate.
to be held at'innsboro on the 22nd of
Nov. next, after publication hereof
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to showy
cause, if any they have, why the said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 7th day
of November A. D. 1916.
WV. L. Hlolley.
Fairfield Agricultural Fair.
(Continued from first page.)
. E. Ellison. 2nd Mrs Jim
Cathat .
best, annecl nears: Ist Mrs
I Cathcart. 2nd Mrs. R
Doty.
best c'nned peacs: 1st Mrs
E L Steverson. 2nd Mrs Jim
i:eCst cann~ed bla:-k arries: 1st
Mrs W L Holley. 2nid Mrs E L
Stmxnson.
hcbt canr.ed cherries: Mrs E
L Stevecnson.
best canned. gumbo: 1st Mrs
E E Ellison. 2nd Mrs Henry
Elliott.
be st canned ok1ra: Mrs L ee
bt enaned boans: Irs E L
St-, enson. Mrs. J K Stevenson.
best canned to;matoes: 1st
Ml L Stevenson. 2nd Mrs
G:ady T1 uner.
Dest canned corn: 1st Mrs Jim
Catheart. 2nd Mrs Jim Catheart.
Best rt blackberry wine: 1st
Mrs John Catheart. 2nd Mrs C
M Chandler.
Best qt grape wine: 1st Mrs H1
B Refo. 2nd Mrs F A Neil.
Best qt scuppernong wine: 1st
Mrs R E Ellison. 2nd Mrs John
Douglas.
FINE ARTS AND FANCY WORK
DEPARTMENT.
Best 6 varieties of pot plants:
1st Mrs A G Quattlebaum. 2nd
Mrs R E Ellison.
Best collection of cut flowers:
Mrs Hinnant.
Best specimen in drawn work:
1st Mrs B A Parnell. 2nd Miss
Belle Bolick.
Best specimens hemstitching:
1st Mrs F A DesPortes. 2nd Mrs
J K Stevenson.
Best half dozen button holes:
1st Mrs R E Ellison. 2nd Mrs B
A Parnel.
Crochet spread: 1st Mrs E
Stewart. 2nd Mrs T S Peay.
Best specimen in tatting: 1st
Miss Maggie B Turner. 2nd Miss
Belle Bolick.
Best embroidery in colors: 1st
Mrs J N Center. 2nd Mrs R E
Ellison.
Best embriodery on linen: 1st
Mrs Henry Elliott. 2nd Miss
Belle Bolick.
Best Eyelet Embroidey on
Linen: 1st Miss Belle Bolick. 2nd
Mrs J K Stevenson.
Best lunoh cloth or table cover:'
1st Mrs Henry Elliott. 2nd Miss~
May Martin.
Best centerpiece: 1st Miss Lu
cule Gladden. 2nd Miss May Mar
tin.
Best monogram on household
linen: 1st Mrs J. K. Stevenson,
Best embroidered shirtwaist:'
1.st Mrs R .E Ellisop. 2nd Mrs B
A Parnell.
Bes piece of embroidered un
erwear: 1st Miss Belle Bolick.
2nd Miss Lucile Gladden..
Best plain crochet: 1st Miss
Eunice Brice. 2nd Mrs J E Bruce.'
Best crochet in filet: 1st Mrs:
H B Refo. 2nd Mrs M WV Doty.
Best crochet venetian or arab
ian: 1st Mrs J N Center. 2nd'
Miss Eunice Brice.
Best irish crochet: 1st Miss
Maggie B Spence. 2nd Mrs D L
Stevenson.
Best crochet baby cap in cot
ton: 1st Miss Maggie Spence. 2nd
Mr.J N Center.
Best crochet baby cap in silk:
Mrs D L Stevenson.
Best embroidered or drawn
work cap: 1st Mrs E L Steven
son. 2nd Mrs J J 0Obear.
Best embroidered dress: 1st,
Mrs R E Ellison. 2nd Mrs J1 J'
Obear.
Best straw raffia or willow bas-'
ket: 1st Miss Nancy Wylie. 2nd:
Mrs R E Ellison.
FINE ARTS.
Best still life in Oil: Miss E WV
Timms. 2nd Miss Laura Douglas.
Best water color from nature,
1st Miss E W Timms. 2n 1 Miss
E WV Timms.
Best original conventional de-,
sign: 1st and 2nd Miss Laura~
Douglas.
Best pen and ink sketches: 1st
and 2nd Miss Laura Douglas.
Best crayon drawniing: 1st and
2nd Miss Laura Douglas.
Best original sketch:' 1st and
2nd Miss Laura Douglas.
Best cnarcoal drawing: 1st and
2nd Miss Laura Rouglas.
Best conventional design on
china: 1st and 2nd Miss J R
Turner.
Best floral design on china: 1st
and 2nd Miss J R Turner.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons holding claims against
the estate of .J. P. Caldwell, deceased,
are hereby notified to present them to
'the undersigned, duly verified, and all
'persons indebted to the said estate are
'requested to make immediate payment.
H. E. Caldwefl.
Administrator.
Final Discharge.
Notice is hereby given that B.
H. Heyward. Administrator, of
the estate of B. H.Heyward. Jr.,
has this day made application
unto me for a final discharre as
such administrator: and that the
14th day of November, 1916 at
10 o'clock a. m. at my oflice, has
been appointed for the hearing
of said petition.
W L. Holley,
J ude ot Probate. Fairfield Co.
Sals of Lands by Execu=
tors.
B- virtu,. oi a Dccree of the Court
of Ccnmon Pleas for Fairfield County.
in the State of South Carolina. made n
the case of J. E. McDonal a d John
E. Matthws. as Fxecutors of the wilI
of John P'. Mntthews, deceased. etc..
plaintilis, a;ainst Laura E. Matthews.
and others. dIendantQ. dated the 7th
day of October. 191G. we will offer for
sale lefore the Court House door. at
Winnsboro, S. C.. on the first Monday
in December next, within the lepal
hours of sa!e. nt puhlic c;utcry, to the
highe3t bidder, the foliowng d-escrib d
tracts or parcels of land. to wit:
(a) All that certain piece. parcel
or tract of land lyin:. beiing and stuate
in the County of Fairfield, in the State
of South Carolina, known as the Ros
borough Place, c,ntainiug 376 acres,
more or less, and bounded by lands
formerly of James Johnson, -ow of
C. W. McCants, estate of H. L. Elliott.
W. R. Doty, C. D. Ford and
others, a n d heinz the premises
conveyed to John P. -atthev, by R.
H1. Jenmngs, Clerk of Court. by deed
dated the 5th day of November. 1894.
and recorded in the office of the Clerk
of Court for Fairfield County, in Book
"AO". page 630.
(b) All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land lying, being and situate
in the County of Fairfield, in the State
of South Carolina, known as the Crump
ton Place. containing 108 acres, more
less, and bounded by lands formerly
of D. B. Kirkland, lands of J. Murry
Kirkland, George Shedd, estate of
Amos E. Davis and others, and being
the premises conveyed to John P.
Matthews by John J. Neil, by deed
dated the 26th day of November, 1904,
and recorded in the office of the Clerk
of Court for Fairfield County. in Book
"AU", page 460.
(c) All that certain piece, parcel or
track of land lying, being and situate
in the County of Fairfield, in the State
Anloun
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of South Carolina. known as the Single
ton Place, containing 281.3 acres, more
or less, and bounded by lands now or
formerly of the estate of H. L. Elliott.
deceased, R..ichard Matchett and others,
and being tract D on a plat of survey
oF the Bavlis Elkin tract of land that
formerly belonged to the estate nf H.
L. Eliott. deceased. made by J. C.
Caldwell. Surveyor, on the day of
Decemnr, !1.
ti) All ti.at certain piece, pared or
tract of lan" !ving. being and situate in
the County of Fairfield, in the State. (,f
Scuth Carolina. containing 90 acres.
nort, or le-;. and bounded by lands
n 7 efo erlv of John S. Tidwoll;
etate (r . L. Elliott. deceased. and
others, * an being known as Tract F on
t Y;at of surve; of the Bavlis Elkin
an .The above tract of land being
one of w tracts mentioned and des
crib.-~in the deed of Catherine Sin-le
ton and others. to John P. Matthew-,
(iated't 31st day of January, 1910.
an r,f orid in the office of the Clerk
(q Court for Fairfield County,, in Book
--B B" p age 50.
e) All that certain piece. parcel or
trat of land. lyino, being and situate
t;int t o Fairfield, in the Stat
-of South Carolina. conta ning214 acres,
more or le-ss, beilng composed of tracts
. 1, 2'. 4 and > of the Jordan tract,
bounded -on the North by lands
of John and Jim Lemmor.; on the East
and South by the Monticello and Winns
boro road, and on the West by lands
of James Aiken and Bun Gladney, and
being the'premises mentioned and des
cribed in the deed of Wyatt Smith to
John P. Matthews, dated the 7th day
of February, 1911, and recorded in the
o-ee of the Clerk of Court for Fair
field County, in Book "BC", page 249.
(f) Also all that piece, parcel or
tract of land lying, being and situite in
County of Fairfield, in the State afore
said, known as Tract No. 6 of the Jor
dan Tract, containing 50 acres, more or
less, and bounded on the North by the
Monticello and Winnsboro road; on the
East by the road Ileading ; from Mrs.
Emma Kirkland's place to the Winns
boro road; on the South by lands of
John P. Matthews and lands of K. -R.
MeMaster, and on the West by lands
of K. R. McMaster, the said premises
having been also .conveyed to John P.
Matthews, by the above mentioned deed
of Wyatt Smith.
(g) All that piece, parcel or tract
of land lying, being and situated in the
County of Fairfield. in the State afore
said, containing 88 acres, more or less,
and known as Lots 8 and 9 of the Jor
cing New Arri
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dan Tract. and bounded by lands of
James Aiken. Gus McMeekin ~and lands
of the State of South Carolina, being
the premises conveyed to John P Mat
thews, deceased, by the Commissioners
of the Sinking Fund, by deed reCorded
in the office of the Clerk of Cdurt for
Fairfield County. in Book "AO", page 1_
493.
TERMS OF SALE: One third of
purchase money to be paid in cash on
day of sale. and the balance on a credit
of one and two years from date of !
sale. to be secured by the Bond of the
purchaser or purchasers, and a mort
gage of the lands so sold, with interest
en the credit portion from day of sale,
at the rate of eight per centum per
annum. payable annually, the pur
chaser to ):-y for all nucessary papers,
and for the recording thereof.
J. E. McDONALD,
J. E. MATTHEWS,
Executors Will J.P.Matthews. deceased
Winnsboro. S. C., Novemler 8th, 1916.
Farms For Sale.
I own and offer for sale on
easy terms the following tracts
of land in Fairfield county,
located on Broad river and
'the Southern Railway.
1. The Stanton tract, con
sisting of 197 acres of river
bottom lands at Alston, S. C...
2. The Arnette tract, con
sisting of 140 acres of river
bottom lands between Alston
and Watlaceville.
3. The Freshly tract, con
sisting of 462 acres, with re
sidence and tenant, houses
and outbuildings, high and
healthy. A very fine tract of
land, including some river
bottoms.
4. The McConnell tract,
consisting of 750 acres, with
residence, several tena n t
houses, outbuildings, etc.
This is.also a very fine tract
of land, having about-50 acres
of bottom lands.
I also offer three tracts of
the old Alston place, on the
Southern Railway, just below
Dawkins, consisting of about
15o acres acres, each.
Wm. H. LYLES.
912 Palmetto Bldg., Colum
bia, S. C.
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