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Price 25 cents if they cure===
Not one cent if they don't.
This is the way we sell our 0. K.
They have been tried and found
0. K. for a cold.
Jno. H. McMaster & Co.,
IF YOU WANT
A SUIT OF CLOTHES OR AN OVERCOAT
IT WILL PAY YOU TO GO TO CHESTER,
S. C.. AND SEE HAFNER BROS. THEY
WILL COMMENCE TO-DAY TO SELL AT
THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
$18.00 SUITS FOR............$13.50
$16.50 " . -.. ...... 12.00
$15.50 " -.......... 9.85
$10.00 "." . .. 5.75
Chester. S. C.
BANK OF FAIRFIELD
WINNSBORO, S. C.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT-Interest allowed at the rate of 4
~per cent per annum, payable quarterly, January, April, July and
W. R. IRabb, President. J- M Jennings, Cashier.
T. W. Traylor, Vice-President. Hugh S. WXlie, Teller.
W. R. Rabb, F .M~em
T. W. Traylor,T.W f,
J. C. Buchanan, J .Cr~
D. V. Walker, J .Rbrsn
J. W. Hanahan,J.LMiagh
R. Y. Turner, LrySrns
S. C Caheat. R. Jenin,
* A.eJl Subertson
- Bringing Happiness to All Who Use It
in 5 lb. tin cans
3 For only $1.00.
S.'C. O H N ST ON.
Got tolBuy aMule?
-=Then wait on me
Am expecting another car
load daily. There will be no
room for kicking on prices.
NiL W. DOTY.
Wednesday, Jan. 31, 1906.
-Mr. Strthii Ford of Ciester
pent Sunday in town.
-Mr. Harrry Davis of Colum
bia spent Sunday in town.
-Rev. and Mrs. M. M. Ross
are visiting relatives at Sharon.
-Rev. T. W. Scruggs is spen
ling a few days with relstives in
-Miss Bessie McMaster will
antertain the Round Dozen Club
-Mrs. Jude Robinson -f
owseville, S. C., is visiting re
[atives in town.
-Mrs. C. S. Dwight of Coln.m
bia, after visiting relatives in to wn
has returned home.
-Mr. Palmer Chalmers of
Charlotte has been spending a
few days in town.
-Mr. John Crawford, who hae
recently been in Chattanooga, is
on a visit to his father.
-Mrs. J. E. McDonald leaves
to-day for Pineville to visit herl
sister, Mrs. J. R. McAlpine.
-Miss Lilla and Jennie Beaty
spent a few days last week with
Mrs. T. G. Patrick at White Oak.
-Miss Rafilia Kerr, who has.
been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Clara
Herron, has returned to Green
-Miss Sara Hall, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Joseph
Sprott of Jordan, has returned
-Mrs. Gerig and daughter,
Miss Laura have returned from
an extended stay with relatives
-Mrs. Kate Woodrow, who
has been visiting relatives. her.
o the past week, has returned
-Mr. F. M. Gasden is hav
ing a cottage erected on his lot
at the corner of Garden and
-Mrs. F. H. McMaster has re
turned to her home in Columbia
after spending several days with
relatives in town.
-Misses Grey Neil. Ella Beaty
and Elise Lyles, who have been
spending a few days at home re
turned to Winthrop College
-Mr. W. W. Dixon has gone
to assist in having the new Fed
eral Courthouse located in Ches
er in the event a new district is
provided for by Congress.
-Fed Steele, one of the town's
oldest negrees, died Saturday at
an advanced age. He was a
splendid cook and his services
were freqnenty in demand on spe
-In the list of Fairfield vete
rans published in the last issue
the name of I. R. Harvey should
have appeared as a member of
Washington Artillery of Newv Or
leans, one of the oldest military
organizatins in the whole coun
-Paid your taxes yet ? Well,
if you don't get a move on you
that 2 per cent. penalty will be
on. Treasurer Seruggs is not
slow about turning over his books
to te auditor to make you pay
for your tardiness.
-Cards have been received
here announcing the marriage
January 2.5 of Miss Maggie
Thompson of New York to Mr.
Chas. W. Alling. The bride was
a trained nurse in the metropolis
and has many friends here at her
old home. They will make their
new home at New Haven, Conn.
The News and Herald office is
now better prepared than ever
before to do your job work in
first lass order and in quick
time. The addition of a new
press run by power greatly in
creaes the facilities of supplying
your needs in this line. Just
gt the priees of the News and
Herald on all job wsoJ before
having the same done; that's all
that is asked. We will do the
rest and that too satisfactorily
or no pay.
A meeting of the Directors and
Policy Holders of the Farmers'
Mutual Fire Insrranoe Company
of Fairfield County will be held
at the Courthouse on Saturday,
the 10th day of February, 1906.
Officers for the ensuing year will
be elected, and a full meeting is
Thos. L. Johnston,
President F. M. F. Ins. Co.
Attest: Jno. J. Neil,
1-31 2t See. and Treas.
Perfection can only be attained in the
physical by allcwinlg Nature to appro
priate and not dissipate her own re
ources. C1artba~rties gripe, weaken
dissipate, while DeWitts Little Early
Eiers simply expel all putrid matter
and ile., tbus allowing the liver to as
ume norwng activity. Good for the
complexion. &sr b all dealers.
'OR SALE-A number of younig
bronze gobblers. At seven
months old weigh 18 to .20
pounds. Grown ones weigh
i 5 to 40 pounds. Apply to
.R R. Ellison, Winnaboro, S. C.
A meeting of the Library A
sociation is called for th
(Wednesday) evening at the Con
House at 7:30 o'clock. TI
meeting called for Friday evi
ning was completely rained ou
Mr. Jennings at Hospital.
The friends of State Treasurt
Jennings in Fairfield- and the
are indeed many- regret to leai
.that it has been found necessai
for him to be taken to a hospiti
in Baltimore for treatment. R<
some months his health has nt
been good and he has bee
gradually declining. All wi
wish for him a sure and speed
Mrs. Leonora Hoffman a
companied him on this trip ar
his son, Charles, who is a stude
in a medical college in Baltimo
will also be with him.
One Veteran Less.
The News and Herald of la
week, which contained a list
the surviving veterans in Fairfie
-county, had hardly reached all
the postoffices in this county b
fore one of this band of Confei
erate heroes, so rapidly growiu
less, had passed over the rive
Wednesday evening Mr. Cha
Dickey, who was a member <
Company P., Seventh Battallic
(Rion's) S. C. Volunteers, Hi
good's Brigade, breathed his laE
He had a record for gallantry thi
he end his survivors had no rei
son io be ashamed of, for he wi
r true soldier. A widow, thr<
sons and two daughters survii
I him and in their affliction ha'
the sympathy of many frien<
throughout the county. His r
mains were interred in the A. ]
P. cemetery Thursday afternoo
the sertices being conducted I
Rev. C. B. McDonald.
To-morrow, Thursday, mor
ing the Bank of Fairleld wi
throw open its doors, ready f<
usiness. The same day tI
stockholders will'meet for tI
purpose of increasing the capit
stock from $30,000 to $50,00
and so certain is it that this wi
be done that the officers in the6
advertisement pat the capiti
stock at the latter amount.
The new bank starts off unde
most favorable conditions an
will be of great help to the tow
and country in increasing tb
present banking facilities. It
oficers are men of business it
tegrity and amon its directo3
are to be found he names<
several of-the county's most su<
cessful business men and rep
resentative business men froi
Mr. J. M. Jennings, the cashie:
has arrived in town and hi
family will come in in a day c
so. They will occupy the Garr
son cottage in the rear of M
Zion. They will be galdly we
comed into the community.
Jmpgrtanit to flousekeepera,
I wish to say to the public the
I now have a car of ice and as
able to supply you with the same
and also to keep yo r meats e
ice for you, I am now supplyin
my ctistomers with the finest beE
ever put on the market here, sta]
fe Tennessee steers.
Jno, W. Russell.
The Yellow Fever Germ
has recently been discovered. I
bears a close resemblance to th
malaia germ. To free the sys
tem from disease germs, the mon
effective remedy is Dr. King:
New Life Pills. Quaranteed t
cure all diseases due to malari
poison and constipation. 25c a
McMaster Co.'s, and Jno. H. Mc
Master A Qo.'s, drug stores.
Lost! I am lost to understan'
why you don't follow your leadin
men by signing your names wit]
their's on the register of Winns
bom' monthly Pressing club. Fe
$1.00 per moath for each membei
Trousers pressing a specialty
Satisfaction and prompt servic
guaranteed. S. I. Benson, pro
prietor. Boom in Thespian Hlall
A reasonable amiount of food thorougi
ly digested and properly assimilate
will always increase the strength.
or sto-nach is a "little off' Kod(
ybpepsa Cure will digest what yo
eat and enable the digestive organs t
assimilate and transform all foods int
tssuebuildinlg blood. Kodol reliev4
Sour Stomach, Belching, Heart-Burz
and all forms of Indigestion. Palati
ble and strengthienin~g. Sold by a
WANTEDWhite help, maid
and cooks. Good reference
required. Apply to "X," Ne~
and Herald. It
The soothing and~ comforting effeets
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, when a
Iplied to Piles, iores, cuts, b oils, et
sude pain almost, instantly. Tb
Salve draws out the infiammation, r
duces swelling an d acts as a rubefacien
Ithus circulating the blood through ti
diseased parts, permittmng or aidit
INature to permanently remove ti
il1 entirely. Sold by all dealers.
MONEY TO LEND.-4 ha'
some money to lend on re
estate security. G. W. Rag
dale. 1-31 2t
week, we N
here last N
portion of I
It is the gr
in plain fil
in the next
in my larg
of Jno. I
1I take this method of letting
the people of Fairfield know thai
I have opened a restaurant in the
DesPortes' building next to Craw
ford's stable. New room, every
thing clean and neat, and service
only for white people. 1Rates
reasonable. Shall be pleased to
hate you give me a call and you
will get a irst class meal.
Pirating Foley'a Honey and Tar.
Foley or Co., Chicao orig nat
mey ad on account of the geat
1and Tar many imitations are offered
-for the genuine. These worthless imi
tatons have similar sounding names.
Beware of them. The genuine Foley's
e oo and Tr is ina yello pakae
IIt is the best remedy for coughs and
S'colds: Sold by McMaster Co.
FOR SALE-One good buggy
-horse. Reasons for selling, no
further need for same. Apply
to L. A. Bye, Winnsboro, S. 0.
The man who Insures his life I1
wise for his family.
The man who Insures his heat
Is wiseboth for his family an<
You may Insure health by guard
0 Ing it. It is worth guardinlg.
At the first attack of diseast
iw h I c h generally approache
through the LIVER and mani
fests Itself In Innumerable way
__And save your health.
of the very bad we
vill extend our COS1
give all who coul
reek an opportunit3
he GREAT BARGA
A Miss This C
at opportunity of tI
rures. Be sure yot
11 Dry Go
opened a furn
,e new building
F. McMaster A
put in a very
rted stock. I
have you calli
H. [E. KE1
It Can't Be Done.
The stand taken by the busi
ness inter'ests of this country a
gainst employment or entrusting
with their airs men who drink
whiskey to an excess is doing as
rch, if not mote, than any other
agency to discourage the habit.
In this dqyand time we hear it
expressed in the vernacla-, alnost
every day, "A man can't booze and
hold his job." Now this is true
as censain as the sun s'iines. A
man who drinks cannot be de
pended upo2a at all times. And
we know not the hour nor the
dy when the call will come to
prove equal to an emergency; it
is necessary that a man be clothed
and in his r'>ght mind at all times.
When a man is drunk or even
"half lo :ded" he is not in his
right mind. Whiskey--jast a little
of it in some brains--kills all
sense in the victim of responsi
bility. With about three drinks
on, he regards the most impo~tant
duty a matter of no consequense
and let it go unatended to, as if it
were nothing at all. This is one
of the many reasons why "a man
can't drink and hold his job."
MONEY TO LEND-on real
estate. A. S & W. D. Douglas,
Common Colds are thle (Gause of Many
Physicians who have gained a na
tional reputation as analysist of the.
cause of various diseases, claim that if,
catching cold could be avoided a long
list of dangerous ailments would never:;
be heard of. Eve-y one knows that,
m'peumo uia and consumption originate
.i from a cold, and chronic catarrh, bron
. chitis, and all throat and lung trouble
are aggrevated and reudered more se
rious by each fresh attack. Do not
risk your life or take chances when you
have a cold. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will cure it before these dis
eases develop. This remedy contains
n o opium, morphine or other harmful
drug and has thirty years of reputation
back~ of it, gined byits cures under
every c onimdi Fosae by Obear
:d not get
rto get a
le year to
i get here
: Co., and
md see me
peaker:"I defy any one in this
audience to . moetiin a uimgle
atien that I can perform with
right hand that Icannot do equally
well with my left." Voice from-the
Gallery: "Put your left hand in
your right-hand trousers pocket.'*
- .ame Back.
This ailment is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles and may be
cured by applying Chamberlain's Pain
Balm two or three times a day and
rubbing the prts vgoroul ay ec
e, bind on a piece of flannelslgu
dampened with Pain Bairn, and aque
relief is almost sure to follow. Frsale
by Obear Drug Co., and all medicine
On a tombstone in Indinais the
Eollowig inscription. "This mon
Liment was erected to the memorf
of John Jenkins, accidentully shot
as a mark of- affection -by his
FOR SALBg-One good milck
cow ; grade Guernsey, with ex'
tra fine heifer call. Also ~
beautifully marked Pointer
pups, six weeks old, entitled to
registration. B. C. Stevenson,
Steenson, S. C.
Teacher: "Now, Patsy, would it
be prper to say: 'You can learn
e nothing?," Patsy: "Yis'm.'
Teacher: "Why?" Patsy: "Cause
The secret of suecessfully ridding the'
system of a cold is a thorough evacu
ation of the bowels. Kennedy's Lax
ative Honey and Tar does this-Liquid
Cold Cure, drives all cold out of the
system. Best for Coughs, Croup, etcy
Sold by all dealers,
FOR BENT-Mrs. H. W. Mc
Master's place of 536 acres, 2g
miles from Whit. Oak. Bented
last year for ten bales of cotton.
Apply to E. P. Mobley, Jr., No.
48 Haskell avenue, Columbia,