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WINWS AND HEaAD
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3 NEWS AND HERALD CO.
TEmS, IN ADI ':
One Year, - so
SiC hleaths. - - - - .io
WTNNSBORO, . C.
Saturday, December 1 1900
EXPIEIlMENT WITH WHEAT
We are in receipt of a balletin from
Clemson College which contains some
practical suggestions in the growing
of wheat. As all farmers do not get
these bulletins, it is perhaps a service
for the newspapers to disseminate the
result of experiments as much as pos
sible, and we shall make a brief sum
mary of this one. A compact soil
should be selected, and while thorough
drainage isinecessary, most of the soil
In Fairfield Is naturally sufficiently
drained. Clay loam is found to be
the best for wheat. Sandy loam under
laid with clay subsoil will give good
results. Increased production, it has
been found, invariably follows thor
ough pulverization of the surtace and
deep and thorough preparation. Your
success twill depend largely upon the
time that you sow. You must not
sow before frost, for if sown early
enough for the seed to vegetate before
frost, the plants are liable to the at
tack of the Hessian Ay. This fiy de
posits its eggs upon the leaves, and as
soon as hatched the larval crawl down
towards the bud and live upon the
juices of the plant. Therefore, to
avoid this sow your wheat so that it
will not appear above the ground be
fore the first frost. Do not sow deeper
than three inches, for "the vitality of
the plant is weakened and sometimes
destros ed by its struggle in overcom
ing the resistance of such thickness of
soil." Plants from deeply planted
seed are more injured by the freezing
of the sirrface than those from shallow
planted seed. This statement was a
surprise to us, and it mar be to others.
The reason given Is this: "The wheat
plant has two distinct sets of roots,
viz.: The coronal and semind-system.
Our soil seldom freezes deeper than
three inches. If the seminal roots are
below the fro-t line and the cronal
are above, the la'ter ire liflted by the
-expansive force of the ice, while the
- seminai, being below, are beldl in po
sition, and the connection~ between the
.two severed. If the seed are covered
very shallow, both sets of roots will be
1n the frozen part of the soil and will
ti her." This strikes
g w nter lv one of t
o the wheat crop, this
ht to prove of great
tarme not now know
Now is the time when croup and
.ung troubles prove rapidly fatal. The
only harmless remedy that produces
immediate resulhs is One Minute Cough h
Cure. It is very pleasant to take and 11
can be relied upon to quickly cureB
coughs, colds and all lung diseases.
It will prevent consu mption. McMas
50 asres one Cedar C'o. k, bounded
by lands of Colemnan, ite'ork:e anid
205 'tcre,. k (ewn aq f4 *Fe.sli
Place'," hounded by I-tid. "r Rich'd
Match.,t, Tlmb, Singlet'.n, ,,sa
L A. Davis.
194 ser.e', kttownet I lhe "(O)iv.'r
SPnane Pb-," buded by la o Wi-liod
Rw."a'e, Macfie a'ndI others.
140 acre- knownVI .t 'he "Ro.lick
Bolick amed F. 0 &k F C.
543 acres. known a- - - .1
Place." bonnded by l' e sti~ ~ a
Ref'. Patrick, Gerig and on, r.
342 acres on Jackson Creek, bounided
by land' of W M. Hardia, Rtagsdaie
and D. Y. Timm.
115 acres in Longtown section, now E
occupied by W. T. Stewart.
House and lot in town of Winnsboro, N
now occupied by Mrs. M. E. Sit
1,166 acres, known as "Middlesi:
and Wolfe Places," 2i miles from
2.000 acres, known as "Borsebranch Ft
288 act es, known as "Ford Place," B
bounded by lands of P. Rion, U. G. Re
DesPe'rtes and other,. kii
327 acree, known as "Bones Place," pu'
bounded by lands of W. H. Flenni
ken, W. R. Doty, Wes Young and Ity
968 acres in Township No. 4,2 nailes wa
from Winniboro bounded by fands of
H. G. Wylie, "Middlesix," and "Bones
Unless disposed of at private sale
by Mr. T. K. Elliott, theme lands will*
be offered at public sale before the
Court' House in Winnsboro the first
Monday in December, 1900.
Terms: One-fourth cash, balance in
five equal annual installments at 7 per gai
cent annual interest. No charge for tel
H. L. ELLIOTT, Admr. of
Admir istrator's Notice. for
All perrons indebted to the estate of boi
Eev. . D. Perry, deceased, (are here- hi~
by notified that payment must be made of
to the undersigned, and persons hold- Blt
ing claims against said deceased must sist
present them duly attested to the un- i5,
dersigned for payment. we:
11-20-4t Administrator, the
WXANTED, for cash, Dogwood and i
,V Persimmon Loge. Southern'
Hardwood Company, P. 0. Box 529.1 AgI
Charleston, S. C. ~1:
HALF RATES TO RICHMOND, VA., AND
Annual Convention, Southern Educational
Ausoclation, RIchmnnd, Va,, December
On account of the above occasion, the
Southern Railway will sell round trip
tickets to Richmond, Ya., and return,
from all stations on its lines at the rate
of one first-class fare fpr the rounud
trip, plus $2 00 membership fee.
Tickets will be sold from Washing
ington, D. C., and points in Virginia
and North Carolina, December 26th
and 27th, with final limit December
31st, 1900, inclusive; from points in
other Southern States, December 25th
and 26th, with final limit January 2nd,
1901. The Southern Railway offers
the best service ever afforded to Rich
niond. Va. Fast time and convenient
schedules. Through sleeping car be
tween Birmingham, Atlanta, Green
ville, Spartanburg,Charlotte and Rich
mond. Hotel dining cars on all
For detailed information as to rates,
reservations, etc., call on or write any
agent of the Southern Railway or its
S. H. Hardwick, A. G. P. A.,
A Life and Death"Flght.
Mr. W. A. Hines, of Manchester,
Ta., writing of his almost miraculous
escape from death, says: "Exposure
after measles induced serious lung
troub'e, which ended in Consump
tion. I had frequent hemorrhages and
coughed nisrat and day. All my doc
tors said I must soon die. Then I
began to use Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, which complete
ly cured me. I would not be without
it even if it costs $5.00 a bottle. Han
dreds have used it on my recomm:nda
tion and all say it never fails to care
rhroat, Chest and Lung troubles."
Regular size 50c and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at McMaster Co.'s drag
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. Itis the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Fiatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick HeadacheGastralgiaCramps and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Price 50e. and $1. Large sIze contains2% times
sansize. Bookaallaboutdyspepsiaaled free
Prepared by E. C. DeWITT a CO.. Chicego.
McMASTER CO.; Winnsboro, S C
Just Received Direct fromi
England a complete
An edtra supply of GLAS
ts also been added to this art
ent, together with a nice selection of
lue and White Enameled Ware. I
We cordially extend an inspection '
these goods to every one. No
omblc to show them or quote prices.
I. W. SE IGLER in
6 - F
For the Thanksgiving feast J ag
a be found in our large stock of
GROCE RIES. 1
Ve can supply the staple goods, such as
ur, Bacon, flams, Molasses, RiceI
ars and Coffe~es; or the fancy things.'
h as Mince Meat, Cheese, Macaroni,
kwheat. Rolled Oats, Citron. Prunes.
sins, Apples, and Canned Goods of allB
ds at prices which will enable the leau
~se to be just as thank-ful as the fat one. offe
resh goods arriving dlaily, and the qual- doo
of ali that we offer is of the hundred- o
~all to see us or 'phone for what you Fl
t. All ;;oods delivered. nex
J. D. McQARLEY & CO, ing
h'lone No. 49. lA
Mortgagee's Sale. .morj
:s agent for M. M. Frazter, mort- the i
ee, and by virtue of a certain chat. on ti
mortgage dated 28th day ct June, of Ji
D 1900, and recorded in Book T soutl
Lhattle Mortgages in the office of of I
Clerk of the Court for Fairfield 4pany
nty, executed by L. M. Blair and B. F
vered to M. M. Frezier, I will ofi'er Le
sale on the first Monday i. De. Jamt
ber next, before the Court House -D. &
r in Winnsboro, within the legal Thor
rs of sale. at public outcry to thbe Pick<
at bidder: So much of the stock Te
~oods of L. M. Blair situated at
ir's, 8. C., and Strother, S. C., con- 11.
ing of dry goods, notions, grocer- --
hardware, boots, shoes, &c., as rps
e in the possession of tbe said L.
M. Blair on the 28th June, 1908, Life
date of the eymution and delivery and
aid m'Jrtme-!P good
rms of sale-Cash. ble ci
R E. ELLISON, S. F. C., be gi
nt for M. M. Frazier, Mortgagee. W.
A ~egetablePreparaion~ ~v
Ii similating iheFoI.d aIn;
ting the Stomiachtsand4Bo"
OpiumMorphine nor Mineral
Jka .ld -Sull/El.?tit'I?
R&e*II Sz& -
Aperfect Remedy for Constipa
lion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
E NEW YORK.
XCT COPY OF WRAPPER.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Bolomon W. Fleishman, Lewi, Y.
Morris and Seymour S. Strauss, co
partners, under tbe firm name of
Fleishman, Morris & Co., Plaintiffs,
L. M. Blair, individualv, L. .1. Blair
& Co. and L. M-. BIi' , doing busi
ness as L. M. Blair & Co., Defen
State of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield.
olomon W. fleishman, Lewis Y.
Morris and Seymour S. Siranss, co
partners, under the firm name of
Fleishman, Morris & Co,, Plaintifft.
. M. Blair, individualiv, L. M. Blair
& Cc. and La M Blair, doing busi
ness as L. M. Blair & Co. Defen
State of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield.
Solomon W. Fleishma~ Lewis Y.
Morris sud Seymoux .SresSgco
partucq, turder thee- flrm- am
Fleishmatn, Morris & Co., Plaintiffs,
. MI. Blair, individually, L. M. Blair
k Co. and La. M. Blair, doing busi
ness as L.- M. Blair & Co., Defen
hman, Lewis Y.
iseymour S. Strauss, co- c
artners, under the firm name of v
leisbaan, Morrjs & Co., Plaintiffs, -
M. Blair, individually, L. M. Blair O
b Co. and L. M. Blair, doing busi- a
ess as L. M. Blair & Co., Defen- C
ursuant to executions issued to m~e i
the four asbove entitled actions, I
r levied upon and will offer for sO
Sbefore the Court House door in -
nusboro, S. C , on thet'
[RST MONDAY IN DECEMBER ta
0, ithin tbe legal hours of sale, at
:ie outer-., to) the highest bidder, tr
ftl',wzing dle-erib~ed proper ty, to
.l the .stek of? good, aiud merchan
i'*De *re e~ keyp inl e storle
e- .r I e ar)ve namned defendaznt 4
a ir's, S. t.. AIho -il thte mrock of
da and merchandise heretofore
r in, the '.tore-house *'f the :nbove
,te fenrdart :.t S. MuLer, .a C. -
he goods and merchandise levied '9
rm bv me in the above entitled ac
ia consists of a general stock of
-chandise, dry goods and groceries.
dr y goods consists of such things
>oots, hats, cloth, clothing, etc.
aid prouerty levied upon at the
of the above niamed plointiff
iust the above named defendant. cot
ernms of Sale-Cash.
R. E. ELLISON, S. W. C. "
Sheriff's Sale. -
Y virtue of executions directed to
me, I have levied upon and will
for sale before the Court House -
rin Winnaboro, within the legal urir
s of sale, on the rea(
IST MONDAY IN DECEMBER be
to the highest bidder, the follow- the
tract or parcel of land, to wit: step
1 that certain tract or parcel of theu
TWO HUNDRED ACRES, kidi
or less, lying, being and situated ~
te County of Fairfield, in the State eral
outh Carolina, and bounded on and
orthi by lands of T. T. Lumpkin ; The
e ea't by lands belonging to estate Swa
bn R. Pickett, deceased; on the by<
Sby lands belonging to the estate cen
otwire or Scottish Loan Coin- sizei
, and on the west by lands of sam:
vied upon as tbe property of ing:
~s C. Pickett at the suit et John thou:
cCarley vs. James C. Pickett and from
as K. Elliott vs. James C. & C<
rms of Sale-Cash.
10dII. E. E LLISON, S. F. C. M
E POSITION OF RESIDENT brok
Special Agent of the Equitable loan
Assurance Society for Winnsboro farn
vicinity is opened to a man of insta
character and ability. A valna- cent
)tract, carrying renewals, will age
ren to the right man. Address, tion
r. RODDEY, Mgr., Rock Hill,
a 1el i la
no grea ham -o a~osl
a '** docto;to ti
-r, C9Ane.Nw Z4KCITY.
is all right, if 3ou are too fat;
and all wrong, F to thin already.
Fat, enoughfor your habit, is
healthy; a little more, or less, is
no great harm. Too fat,'consult
adoctor; too tin, persistently
ur dno matterwhat cause take
msrt E sof iity. Lve
isdprcthee ton hedster
St op oher.fy
ed i, whendfo
&e smce isnCo
hereiss , hwvr
Somen's mul n ie
Are isae Maistrae byo.
doinen wrkou can'
ragewl and sabtron;gea, ihout
thatuitav s not ucmo
r~ia edfor hl o ebr
neye t s . i th hidurn
hes an ae ie itO shouldrbe ale t
tolten pas, Wti etl aflicen it
reiMder Mpnit.rabhe byseo
dfiutskidney Trouble. h is
shne oubl e pwrys upthe ramn, dif
e impotant lorgns. mbits uneato
ble i dueto adispeawco ndiino theid
eys an blad e and n out o f orderi as
omen as w rel aseaede. is
le with k idney bade troubleha
both eedtecame grea revaey. tC
thaRo t isooreizIt is odon
an -n or a""l o ebr
il about j t e oofn, incuig mn f thc
escads ftstimoif, ete rcied
sufees ned wIn itingul Dr. almert
>.,ttinghdeedpn. t. e caure andf
:iffcn t t is kap e r oule ndth i
3mtntY gns ThisnleAN.tF
hae ade toarrianged ntio ofithe
eys ind bNerYorkCity to akebia
t popl fisupmoste. o mpoe
Swith fiey as' blaer truble
ildts ad the immediate eofe7tper
intert peronu hebrokr- its n
nd chare olabsrac n npch
are reoable. mApilyt dw
Jigh.m* . cON, sr adG
e4 inteworneiy ato LakeM
atral Time at Jacksonville and Sav=-na
Eastern Time at Other Points.
Schedule in Effcct June 10th. 1900.
LY. Jaksonvil ...( . .....
savannah (So. Ry. ...... ...... 1220V2i
" Barnwell ................ 4 06p 418a
Blackvinle . 421 42a
" Springi-eld . . 4 *512
Sally ...................... ...... 45' 469
A Columbia ........... . _ p 610a
Charleston, (So. Ry...... ...... 7 oa
Summerville......... ...... 7 41a
Branchvillo............... 855a 155A
Orangeburg .............. ...... 9 23a 2501s
SrIngvolle................l.. 1015a 43a
Ar. Columbia ................ ..... 1100a 555a
Lv.Augusta, (so. Ry.) . *00a 2 P
.Graniteville ........ _2_45a 826P10l5p
t. Edgelold ............ ...... 110 ......
kw. Aiken ....... ... 315p ......
y. Trenton .................. 500d 335P100
Johnston................. 520a 41 11 Wp
. Columbia, . D.)...... .. 210
v. Col (dg ...L9;30a 6-p6 6205
Winnsboro ............ ...... 70 - 725a
Chester ............... ...... 751P 818a
" in . B ............ ...... 8 8 55a
Blob= .. ........ .. 85
" ' e ................ ...... 9 1 g
ur .... ...... ....8 950
........ ... I
w .. ............. ....1. 3 p
......... ...... ...... 7 5 101lo
" h str . ......... ..... 9 29
5OUTHW3UND 0 al ?
". ................ ...... 1
. .. . .... . _ 1
i ,( ... ........ .. ..1 45 4
son ... ...........10 18 6855
"m e ton .,.......8 945
....... . ..
.A.. en............... .....
E g fed ............ . . .....,. 0
"Chester ............ .I. tI
*olumbla, (Bld ...... 68sop U20a 1Ia
r. Alumb a . O.............. 1 ta
Shingvillo ................. 4 82
Oran urg ................. 3P 8 45a
Bran ville......... ......615 4258
"Summerville .............. 72. . 52a
Ar. harlsto . ...... 2 7 0a
Li. Columbia (Sd..By.)~~.~~" 2
Ar.Sally ..8D.............. . . 1 2 8
"6r. iug ld............. ..124 5 240a
"L B o l .. ....... ...... 4 800a
Barnwe .............. ....J...... 4 815
_ savanna .h . .. ....... 8 5
raJackshvle (F.. )...... ...... 7 925a
trainsfl 48 :and '4 (mixed except Sunday)
ar v.~ de'ox rom Hamburg.
Sleeping Car Service.
So. nger service between
ow York andFlr -
Ar. resn u ars between Charlotte and
Rlo Ng oars between Charltte
ofnd 8-U. S. Mail. Thr 92
W ve d New Yoran
glMaydlnx buff day. n
l ears between a and
. f rs serve anl m
akto d. bee
I have a nice selection just
ened for inspection from which
select your Christmas Presents,
SLEEVE and COLLAR
and FANCY GOODS. ~coi
Also, nice presents in China ch:
d Rogers & Bros'. Celebrated ma
ated Wares, as cheap and rdlia- iti
as they can be bought any- kei
Call soon and make your selec
:. M C handle r
K IALLR~I IMBER CO.,M
EELEYYTLLE andGREENVILLE, S. C..
nishes Lumber, Building Materials
t all kinds, and are contractors
for brick or wood bouses.
Their representative, O
MR. J. M. McROY, sm
>vw in Winnsboro doi'g work for ual
cotton mills and erecting several
hlings in town.
formation will be given by Mr or
oy at- Winnamr. 11.13.Rm iN*
D. .A.. Cr
-"FEED5 SALE AND
EADQUARTERS for HORSES, !,
DLE , BRIDLES, ROBES, and
I have FORTY HORSES and MUI
2essee). Good Saddlers, Fine Roadster
Ixtra large Lumber Mules, and plenty r
I sell the noted
'A little higher in price-, tint ,;e BEST
Barncsi and Sadd;e (of a,: dtscription.
I als:> have a fine supp;y of horse i
paration for hea iag Obi S1ra . Thrus
)repared b t e be r - ame n
urchasing., an:d I gua:ane szat sfacioi
city phonle 5,9. ii(S.tidei' Phone CS.
'-office .1o' 1.34.
$1.25 per Bushel.
M.W.Doty & Co
-An Elegant Line of
BULD AND PACKAGE
Obear Drug CO.
OUR STOCK OF HEAVY GRO
ries is now complete.
We cater specially for the farmers'
ide. We know what they need, and
3 prepared to serve them and1 at bot
We also carry a nice line of shelf.
d everything usually fonnd in a
:rGoods delivered to ourcity tr:.de d
me and see us.
.T R. RABB & Co
BROKEN CHINA e
giving the Powers much n
cern just now. Broken tI
na might cause sorrow to by
ny housekeepers, too, only g
s so well known that bro- t o
1 articles can be replaced'
h goods from our stock of an
CH INA, .du
GLASSW ARE. Ch
o~astr Co~ inte
(ONEY TO LOAN get
:Improved Farms secur~ed bv first
gages. Interest 8 per cent. tn
not less than $500, 3 to 8 years.
ommissions. Borrower pays ac- -
A S. & W. D. DOUGLASS,
Winnsboro, S. C.
JGHN B. P'ALMEffR & SgtN. k
25Coluria, 3.'C. -/
LULES, BUGGIES, HARNESS, SAD
everythiug that belongs to a horse.
,ES direct from the fiorse State (T*
s, and good farm Brood Mares; some
iedium-sized Cotton Mules.
Y CO.'S BUGGIES.
BUGGY in the State for the money."
a1 "eines, much as "Colic Cure," pre
,dition Powders, Pargatives, &c.,
When in need, Pee me before
D. A. Crawford,
WINNSBORO, 8. 0.
To IAIS. SUPPLIES FOR THE MUNICI
PAL YEAR ('OMMENCING APRIL 1,
1900, AND ENDING APRIL
Be it enacted and ordained by the
Intendant and Wardens of the town of
Winnsboro in council, that for the
purpose of raising supplies for the
year commetcing April 1, 1900, and
ending April 1, 1901, a tax for the
sums and in the manner hereinafter
mentioned shall be raised and paid
into the treasury of said town for the
use and service thereof. That is to
Five mills ad ralorem upon eve*
dollar of the value of all real and per
sonal property within the corporate
limits of the town of Winnsboro.
Two dollars to be paid by every
male inhabitant of the town of Winns
bore between the ages of eighteen (18)
and fifty (50) years in lien of working
on ' .- streets af said town.
A I t'xes assessed and payable under
(- Odnance shall be paid in the
fow. mig named kinds of funds and
. er: Gold and silver coin, Uni
ttt States currency and ational bank
All taxes herein assessed shall be
due and payable between the 1st day
of November, 1900, and the 1st day of
January, 1901, and all taxes remaining
unpaid on the 1st day of January,
1901, shall be collected by distress or
otherwise now provided by law, to
gether with all legal costs.
Done in Council this the 18th day of
Octoter. Anna Domini one
thousand nine hundred, an
[L, s.] der the corporate seal of the
said Town Council.
JAS. E. COAN.
JXO. J. NEIL, Clerk of Council.
The Easy Running
The most modem Sewing
vlachine of the age, embrac
nig all the latest improve
rients. Unequaled for Dura
ility, Range of Work and
Dealers wanted in unoccu
ied territory. Correspon
ence solicited. Address,
.H. BE RBY8HIRBE.
Char~lltt Conmercial Coelge,
mariotte, N. C., established in 1891
Ronme, Ga., (-stabhshed in 1886.
w tunder one wantge ment, offers
ceptional advantages to any one
siring a thoroughly practical basi
as edncation int the shortest possible
rhe wide rarge of territory covered
our emnplovnment agency affords
sepfuonal chanc'. for securing posi
is We wil! guarantee vou a posi
n if 'ou take our guarantee course.
The rooms in the schools are large
I convenient and well lighted.
(aunz meni or young women may
'oil in either school any week day
-ing tre year.
f you are a stenographer, book
per ocr teacher and desire a posi
, wre the Piedmnott Agency,.
zrlotre, N. C. If you are not a
mograp'her or r200k-keeper, spend a
months in one of these schools
get 'oton self in shepe earning
hould ycu desire to be an expsrt in -
r2 et cs trade discountt, etc..
I 5cnsin stampe or silver and
our Pocket Calculator-inst what
,r circulars and fairthmer informa
D. M. McI VE R