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Big L ine
White Goods, Em
broideries and Laces.
We have just opened up case new sp ring Charu=1
brays, nice line of Dress Goods for early spring.
Still selling $1.25 black Taffeta Silk for 79c, yard
wide; send for samples.
Just received another big lot of those $5.00 Rugs
You Fairfield people come to see us; we will
make you prices that you are not accustomed to.
We sell the famous N. B. Corset.
CHESTER, S. C.
BANK OF FAIRFIELD
WINNSBORO, S. C.
-SAVINGS DEPARTMENT-Interest allowed at the rate of 4
yer cent per annum, payable quarterly, January, April, July and
W. R. Rabb, President. J. M Jennings, Cashier.
T. W. Traylor, Vice-President. Hugh S. Wylie, Teller.
W. R. Rabb, F. R. MMcekin,
T. W. Tray.lor, T. W. Ruff,
J. C. Buchanan, J. R. Curlee,
D. V. Walker, J. J. Robertson,
J. W. Hanahan, J. L. Mimnaugh,
R. Y. Turner, Leroy Springs,
C. Catheart, . J. M. Jennings.
A Real Sunbeam.
--Bringing Happiness to All Who Use It
In 5 lb. tin cans
For only $1.00.
S. C. J O H N S T O N.
Got to Buya Mule?
==Then wait on me==
*Am expecting another car=
load daily. There will be no
room for kicking- on prices.
Wednesday, Feb. 7, 1906.
-Mr. John R. Craig of Blacl
stock spent Tuesday in town.
-Mr. H. G. Muldrow of Sui
ter has been visiting relativE
-Mrs. W. G. Martin of Brev
ton, Ala., is vi siting relatives i
-Dr. Gregg McMaster <
Florence is spending a few dai
-Mr. and Mrs. John W. LylI
left Tuesday for a short stay i
-Miss Grace James has bee
spending a few days with Mr.
-Mr. Thomas Lyles of th
South Carolina College sper
Sunday at home.
-Miss Elizabeth McMaste
went to Columbia on Saturday t
attend Sousa's 3oncert.
-Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Gooc
ing of St. Louis are expecte
this week to visit relatives.
-Mr. Daniel Hall is in the we
ern markets, getting stock fc
Jno. W. Cathcart & Company.
-Misses Henrietta Lyle an
Edna Robinson of Edgemoor at
visiting Mrs. Addie Williford.
-Miss Francis Creght, who ha
been visiting friends in Nort]
Jarolina, is expected home to-day
-Mrs. S. A. Ward and he
laughter, Miss Sara, of Ridge
ay are visiting Mr. W. B
-Miss Alice Walker has re
urned to the College for Womei
ifter spending a few days a
iome on account of sickness.
-Miss Lila Brockington, wh<
3as been at home several week oi
.ccount of sickness, returned t<
ler work at Rion Monday morn
-Miss Helen Rion of Colum.
>ia is stopping a few days witl
aiss Florida Martin en route t<
irginia, where she will visit rel
-The ground hog went bacl
n his hole, thus saying tba
here will be more cold. weathe:
Lnd it begins to look like he wa
-Mr. R. L. Patrick of White Oal
was Erskine's representative a
he centennial eelebration of th<
iterary societies of the Soutl
arolina College this week.
-There will be a meeting of th<
ovening Board of the Job:
ratton Chapter U.. D. C. at thi
esidence of Mrs. T. H. Ketchi.
Phursday afternoon at 4:30 o'cloc
-Miss Lizzie Douglass, wh<
aas been visiting Mr. J. A. Mc
3rorev at Blackstock, has re
urnedl home, accompanied b2
tier little niece, Miss Eunice Car
-Mr. D. A. Crawford calls th4
ttention of his customers in hi
d to-day to the fact that hei
ow in the western markets an<
that he will return next weel
ith a load each of mules an<
--Monday was salesday, bn
there were no legal sales of land
. large number of mules wer
uctioned off, for the most par
>y parties, having old ortes
which they wanted to replac
iith young stock.
-Captain and Mrs. Jno. SW
arige of Spartanburg celebrate<
their golden wedding Monda;
Captain Carlisle is a native
Fairfield and has many friend
here who congratulate him o
this happy occasion.
-The reports from Stata
Treasurer Jennings, who under
went an operation Saturday s
the hospital in Baltimore, are t
the effect that he he is no
getting along well. This will 1
glad news to his many friendsi
ths country, who wish for him
JKi~ed In 4~ LGoIIsiQs.
In a headon collision on tb
Seaboari near Blaney last Thur
day forr were killed and sever
others severly injured. Amor
the killed were Jacob White,
colored fireman, who was fro
this place. His remains wei
brought here the next day f
pJoppIye, tlr. Axeman.
To those who have been botl
ered any during the past fe
months with the pioblem
getting their wood cut-and whe
is there one that has not been
tortured, for axemen are prac
eally of a past age-it w~ll
gratifying news that an ev
reany axeman is about to mal
his appearance in town. jo.
Rusself has ordered him a pc
table outfit for salwing wood ai
will call at your homes and se
your wood for you. The saw
~perated by a gasoline engi
and will do its work ever
much quicker than the axemt
He expecte to be ready for tl
work this week.
WANTED-White help, mai
and cooks. Good referen<
required. Apply to "X,"Ne
a Head 11
'E Jenkins -Jones.
Married, in Greenwood, S. C.,
on Tuesday, January 30th, by the
Rev. Robt. H. N.all, D. D., Mr.
- Geo. W. Jenkins aud Miss Net
s To Organize Civ;'c League.
A meeting of the ladies of
"Winnsboro interested in the or
ganization of a ci vic league is
f hereby called to meet at Mrs.
3fJ W. A. Beaty's Friday afternoon
s at 4:30 o'clock for the purpose of
(forming such an organization.
)s The needs of this organization are
11 greatly felt and tliose who make
the call are anxious there be a
i full attendance.
How They Voted.
e The two great qu'vstions that i
t have come up before the house
have been the compulsory educa
r tion bill and the Morgan bill for
0 local self cov-rnrmnt. The vote
of Fairfield's delega:ion on both
- of these bills is of icterest.
dI Mr. Biice voted for the compul
sory edu-ation bill and Messrs.
Fo and McCants against it.
r Mr. Brice voted for the Morgan
bill, Mr. Ford again;t it, and Mr.
McCants was paired against it.
e r" Farmers' rIutuel.
t A meeting of the Directors and
Policy Holders of tie Farmers'
-.Mutual Fire Tusurance Company
r 'of Fairfield County will be held
- i:at the Courrhouse (>n Saturday,
the 10th day of February, 1906.
[;Officers for the ensuing year will
be elected, and a full meeting is
t , Thos. L. Johnston,
President F. M. F. Ins. Co.
Attest: Jno. J. NeiL,
1-.31 )t Sec. and Treas.
Bank of Fairfidd.
The Bank of Fairf*eld opened
its doors for- busines.; Thuesday
morning, and from the deposits
> that it has been receiving shows
- that this young financial institu
tion enjoys the confidence that
will make it a success. Its capi
tal stock has been increased to
$50,000. The bank building has!
been put in good shape. The
large brick vanlt makes it proof
I against fire and its improved
buralar proof safe insures protec
tion against any, robbery.' The
fixtures, which have been delayed
in transit, are now being put in
place. When everything is comn
pleted the bank 'will have very
attractive quarters. A referene
to the bank's advertiseinent,whichI
contains a list gi the directors
and officers, shows that this ne w
bank is in good hands.
-Reduced Rates te ColumbIa.
-We are authorized by Mr. Jno.
G. Mobley to state that reduced
rates on the certificate plan-*
similar to the arrangeament had
last year-have been. arranged
I with the railroads. If the rail
road agent at any point, selling
i tickets, has no cortifica':es, receipt
should be taken for the purchase
t money of t.he ticket, stating that
.the ticket is sold for the purpose
of attending the Agricaltural So
t ciety meeting and the [ive Stock
~Association. This will insure the
reduced rates on return trip. The
Agricultural Society meeting will
ta.ke place Wednesday, Feb. 7th.
The meeting of the South Caro
. lina Live Stock Association will
f be held on February 8th and 9th,
n White Men Hield Up.
SWhile on their way home la a
-buggy Saturday evening Mr. W.
t R.IRabb and Mr. J. H. Gibson
were greatly annoyed after leav
ing their store by a negro, Abe
e Lumpkin, continually riding back
. and forth by them. Just below
~,the depot the former told him
this thing must stop, whereupon
the negro began to curse them
vehemently and even went so far
as to threaten to shoot them and
fdid go through the motion of
sshooting, though it was after
al wards found he had no weapon.
g Both white men were unarmed
a and they got out of the buggny an d
n got hold of him and brought him
- up town and delivered him to the
>town authorities. Mor day morn
ing Abe was brought nop before
Mayor Ketchin and was fined
$75.00 on three different counts.
is fine was promptly paidi.
While the fine is a pretty good
one, though none too heavy, the
e (negro ought to count himis elf for
o tun ate in getting off so light ; for,
- but for the coolness of these
ewhite men, his foolish drunken
er actions would have cost him his
kelife. Abe has borne a good rep
ga1tion and his action in this in
r- tauoe was a oomplet3 surprise
dto all who knew him.
is mportant to Hiousekeepers.
so I wish to say to the jublic that
I now have a car of ice~ and am
able to supply you with the same.
and also to keep vo r meats on
ie for you, I am now supplying
Ids my customers with the finest beef
es ever put on the market here, stall
ws fed Tennessee steers.
Jno W. 1sTlH
Our Big I
our store is na
big stock of
A part of this
way, and our
ern markets i
price, but our
us to give our
We are i
to make a si
Watch for ou:
in my largi
of Jno. H
have just I
If you are looking for
i Wedding Present, just
:ome to our store and let
s show you one of the'
most select stocks in this
State. We have just
>pened a new lot of Cut
3ass, which cannot be
surpassed in quality and
price, Ice cream sets,
pitchers, bowls, and many
smaller pieces. We are
:uite sure we can please
you in this line.
Also a handsome line of
Silver Goods in cases.
From the smnallest salt
spoons to chests of silver.
Patterns and designs are
the latest out. Prices are
We have. as usual, a
most select line of Hand
Painted China. You shouldl
not fail to see it before
buying elsewhere. Any
Bride would be satisfied
with one of our hand=
somely decorated pieces.
We want you to ccome in
and see our stock. Re=
member our name on the
box is the sign of goodness.
1424 Maiin St. Columi~bia, S. C.
FORi' SALE-35 liea nice grae
Shertborn Cattle. WVill weigh
400 to 800 pounds. In goo
condition and all young. J1. C.
annon, TRlacksock. S. C. 2t
sale was a great success and
Dw in condition to receive the
spring stock is now on the
buyers will be in the north=
n a week hunting up Spring
me goods are advancing in
early purchases will enable
patrons last seasou's prices.
ratdful to the public for the
Ne given us. To show our
ve are determined this spring
pecial effor on low prices.
r price lists, they will save
011 Dry Goods Co.
)pened a furniture. store
e new building just south
McMaster & Co., and'
yut in a very large and
ted stock. I shall be
have you call and see me
pplying your furniture
LI. H. KEiTCH IN.
A Complete Assortment of Canned Goods,
Meats, Vegetables and Fraits
A Full Assortment of
Pickles 'and Catsups.
A Variety of
Cakes and Crackers, Prunes
and other Fruits.
U. A. WHITE,
Baker and Confectioner.
To fill all your
g'rocery wants. Send
in your orders or ring
W. C. BOYD.