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WHY A BOX OF
NUNNALLY'S CANDI ES'S?
First, because the outsiJle of the package has a stylish,
attractive apperaance. It is well wrapped, tied with suita
ble ribbon, and makes a good impression at first glance.
Secood, because upon opening the box the idea of dain
tiness is forced upon you by the neat appearance of the
candy. You are at once impressed that only expert pack
ers conld put up candy with such skill, and they alone
could give it the beauty of arrangement that is especially
noticeable in a box of Nunnally's candy.
And third, because the eating of these delicate confec
tions proves them to be most delicious and wholesome,
and uusurpassed in nutritive excellence.
Thus, with daintingss, wholesomeness, deliciousness and
sweet prority, a box of Nunnally's confections proves itself
SOLD IN WINNSBORO EXCLUSIVELY
JNO. H. McMASTETR & CO.,
Phone 39. DRUGGISTS.
CHESTER, S. C.
Dry Goods Clothing Notions
Our line of Gray Can show yon the We sell Governor
Dress Goods for early Best Knee Pants for and President Sus
spring is complete. boys at 50c. you have penders.
Ask to see our line
.er """ of White and Gilt
We are s e 1ll i n gBes
Table Linen, worth Young men, see our Belts.
75c., for 48c., 2 yards New Spring Suits be
ide. fore you b.: we will Just received, big
wide. inake it pay ou. lot of White Wash
Buttons for waists.
We will sell you 12 ,
yards for $1.00 of the Don't buy y o u r We sell the "Eclipse"
very best Bleaching. fancy Vests until you Shirt. Best shirt for
...... see our line. $1.00 on the market.
Don't buy your I _ _
White Waist Go ods We sell the Famous
until ynu see our line. See our line of New W. B. Corset.
Just received, case - Our line of Neck
yard wide Percales, Big liue <f Boys' weer for ladies i s
worth 12c.. for 1c. Suits just arrived. I complete.
CHESTER, S. C.
What You Need.
Bliss' Red Triumph Planting
Bliss' White Planting Potatoes.
Fine Eating Irish Potatoes.
Yellow and White Onion Sets.
Buist's Garden Seeds of all kinds.
~You can get them at
Geo. R.. Lauderdale's.
For Sale at Attractive Prices,
T. K. E~LLIOTT.
BANK OF FAIRFIELD
WINNSBORO, S. C,
SAVINGS DEPAR~T3ENT-Interest allowed at the rate of 4
per cent per annum, payame quarterly, January, Aipril, July and
V. R. Rabb, President. J1. M Jennings, Cashier.I
. W.'raylor, Vice-President. HuhS. Wylie, Teller.
WV. R. Rabb, F. r' McZeekin,
T. WV. Traylor, T. W. Ruff,
J. C. Butchann, J. R. Curlee,
D. V. Walker. * J J. Roberts.on,
.1 wV 1-.nl., I T. Ainm'amgh.
Wednesday, March Il, 1906.
-Mr. LeRoy Habenicht is at
houie from the Atlanta Medical
-Dr. J. 1). McMeekin spent
Sunday at his old home near
-Mr. Wylie Quattlebanm of
Columbia is here for short stay
-Miss Addie Boney of Blythe
wood is visiting the family of
Mr. W. A. Hood.
-Mrs. Annie Rosborough of
I Ridgeway is spending a few days
with the family of Mr. J. E. Mc
-Miss Lucy Quattliebaum has
returned to Columbia after a
stay of several days with rela
tiyes in town.
-Mrs. L. A. Bye's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Connell, of Phila
dilphia, and her sister, Miss An
nie, are with her for a short stay.
--The advertis.ing colunes of
The News and Herald contain
some mighty interesting announ
cements. Be sure to iead them
-Is there rot an ordinance
ag"inst the keeping of hogs in
tie incorporate limits of the
town? Surely, if it should apply
at all. it should be to places with
in two or three blocks of the
--Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Crawfoid,
who are now living at the Great
Falls, spent Monday in town.
i Mr. Crawford says things are
certainly doing about up in that
section and that all the work in
hand is being pushed rapidly for
-The library is being wel'
used. Have you joined yet? If
notwill you n3t do this much.
to help along so worthy a cause?
It on!v costs one dollar to 3010,.
and this amount you can just,
hand over to the librarian, Miss.
-By all means do not neglect
the garder. It is too important
a part of every well reaulated
home to be overlooked. The time,
and attention that you give to it
will abundantly repay you. And
what a satisfaction to have a
plenty of vegtables fresh from.
your own garden. There is real
happiness and prosperity in this
sort of living.
Married, March 8, 1906, by
Rev. E. D. Wells, at the home of
the bride, Dr. WV. M. Meador and
Mrs, M. E. Crosby, both of Fair
Won First h-onor.
The city hospital of Augusta
has just graduated a class of six
trained nurses. The first honiors
were won by Miss Lily Heyward
Hoffman, a Fairfield girl, a for
'er student of Mt. Zion and a
s~ister of Mrs. Preston Rion. She
is to le congratulated upon
having meade such a fine stand.
Dr, NicKinstry Paralyzed.
The many friends throughout
the county of Dr. T. B. McKinstry
of the Mossy Dale section will be
sorry to knbow that he was paraly
zed ~at his home a few nights ago,
the whole right side being affected.
They will be glad, ho wever, to
know that he is now gradually
improing and that there are
hopes of his partial recovery.
Death at Wpodwad.
Mr. J. Enry Brice died at his
home near Wood ward Friday
morning and was buried at New
Hope Saturday morning. He
was about 75 years old and had
b~en in failing health for more
tau a year. He leaves a wife,
two son E. D. and R. H. Brice
of Woo(raad, ;: two daughters,
Mrs. Mat tie Harden of Qhester
and Miss Lois Brice. Ho'is also
survived by a brother, W. Watt
Brice, of Blackstock and two
sisters, Mrs. J. M. Blain and Miss
Ther meeting of the county
Iboard of etpi.4tion, called for
yesterday, has ben postponed or
two weeks. Auditor Pagan has
found that he had called the
meeting for an earlier time than
that prescribed by the tax laws.
The~ township assessors have un
til the fourth Monday in March
1to complete their work and the
time presc2ribed~ for the meeting
of the coniny Loard of equaiiza
tion is the fourth Tuesday in
March The meeting of the
board of equalization is a very
important one this time, as this
is the year for the return of real
Oe woukl tink the Laxative idea
in (coughi syrup should have been
a ~d nmi, lom before it was. It seems
tio ,nly~ rapan:u rg:uiedy for Coughs
Sand Cofds would bei to muive thc baigL
Sand cleau the m~uieous memibranes of
Sthe throat and lungs at the gamie time.
Keney' Laxative Honey and TPar
do. ts.It ik he Oitiginal Laxative
ouh i-y:up, the best kno~wn remedy
fr ( oughs, Colds Croup, WVhooinig
C (ouh, e . Tastes gooJd and harndless.
ISold by all druggists.
Our Millinery will this season
be in charge of Miss Yerby of
I Baltimore and Miss Johnston of
Winnsboro. Both these ladies
are experienced milliners and can
furnish you all the new ideas as
to up-to-date styles.
Our opening will be held
March 22, 23 and 24. Be sure
you see this fine display of
Caldwell Dry Goods Company.
Civic League Meeting.
The Civic League will hold its
seeond monthly meeting next
Tuesday afternoon at the resi
dence of ""Mrs. W. A. Beaty at
4:30. A full attendance of all
members is desired. So far only
about forty of the ladies of the
-town have connected themselves
with this organization, that has
for its object the beautifying of
the town. Suaely more of their
number are interested in this
very important matter and will
lend their best effort to help it
-on. So let them come in and
join and help push things forward.
Dr. Poteat at rit. Zion.
Supt. Baker is again very for
tanate in his choice of a speaker
for the closing exercises of Mt.
2ion. He has just received a
;eAter from Dr. Poteat, president
df Furman University, accepting
l tke invitation extended him some
days ago to address the school at
its closing. Dr. Poteat has only
been in South Carolina a few
years, but in that time he has
won a very enviable reputation as
an educator and as a scholarly
speaker. Furman has enjoyed
great prosperity under his presi
dency. Winnsboro will be glad
of this opportunity of hearing one
of the foremost men in the develo
pment of edr.cational work in the
Carolinas. He will be warmly
received, when he comes here. *
ii Gamblers Scooped In.
Sheriff Hood scooped in another
crowd of gamblers Mc/ndAy after
noon.. The party consisted of
only 11 and in this instance as in
the former was made up of whites
and negroes. "They were carry
ing on their gaming in the woods
in the rear of the Methodist
church. It seems that Sheriff
Hood. had caught on to their way
of doing and so he went out on a
real search for game. He ran
right up on the crowd and with?
out the assistance of any one held
up all eleven till his deputy could
come to his assistance and help
him bring them to town. They
were all lodged in jail. The
whites were all mill operatives:
J. S. McKinney, H. A. Paris,
John F. Lethco, George Brown,
W. F. Runyon, N. L. Howard.
The negroes were: Mabrin Irby,
Tom Hill, Charlie Martin, John
Johnson, George Baxter. The
remarkable thing about this group
was that there was not a single
pistol to be found.
Sheriff Hood is determined to
make it hot for gamblers and will
spare no pains to break up any
gambling den in the county, it
matters not where it is. He is to
be congrat;ulated upon his remark
able success in this direction so
For Over Sixty Years.
Mas. WIsow's SOOTHEsG SYRUP
h as been used'for over 60 years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect suecess.
It soothes the child, softens~ the gums,
allays aH pain; cures wind colic, and
i the best remedy for Diarrhoa. It
tyglrelive e .oor little gufferer im
meily, ive 1l by irqgggte an every
part ofteworl . T wenty-flye cents
a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs
WInslow's Soothing Syrup," and take
no other kind.
The court of common pleas.
adjourned Friday afternoon after
a two weeks session in which
th hsavy dophet was fairly
well cleared, thoiqgh a good many
ases were continued. Judge
Kugh left that afternoo for his
home at Abbev'lle for a stay of
a day or so before going on to
Lancaster to hold court there
The case in which there was
the most interest, tried during
the last weke, was that of Hollis
vs :vhe town of Riidgeway. This
was a suit for damages as the
result of injuries to the plaintiff
caused by his falli:2g in a tele
phane pole hole, which had been
left open near the sidewalk, lead
ing to the depot. The amount
asked was SI0,000, but the jury
only gave $100. J. E McDonald
for til plaintyf, A. S. & W. D.
Douglass for the defendant. The
motion of the plaintiff's attorney
for a new trial on the grounds of
inadequate allowance was refused.
In the case of Martin vs
Southern Railway Company,
which was being tried at the
time of going to press last week,
the jury found in favor of the
plniffin th.e siqal of (19Q00.
The case of the Germania and
Royal Insurance compaifes and
Millett & Co., cotton buyers,
against the Southern Railway for
the recovery of insurance paid to
the above cotton buyesab the b
On Your Spring Purchases
We can help you to get this early start, for we are receiving almost
every day ioads of SPRING GOODS. Our buyers are now in the
Northern markets,land shipping out many bargains. You should
take an early look at these.
We are new ready to show a full line of White Goods of every
deecription-=beaufiful styles--and prices as low as they have ever
Thousands of yards of the most beautiful Embroidery your eyes
ever looked an. See them now and get choice patterns.
Large assortment Spring Calicoes, 4c, Sc, and 64c a yard.
New style Ginghams, 5c, 8'/3c, ioc. Just as cheap as you ever
We are offering and expect to offer special inducements in low
prices. Come to see us and you will see.that prices are low.
Caldwell Dry Goods Co.
said insurance companies for cot- n
ton burned at the Southern depot D s a
about two years ago to the value I' ollar 3=lb. Can of
of $1,640 was decided in favor of *
the defendant. J. E. McDonald
for the plaintiff, A. S. & W. D.1 R G N C F 1
Douglass for the defendant. TheA E
court instructe.i a verdict in favor
of the plaintiff in the case of
Walker vs Doty for the recovery,
of certain costs paid by plain
tiff on a certain piece of land W C BO T9S'
bought by the defendant against
which there was a judgment in
th nmeofth paiitf.Th or a .5-lb. can of Pinnacle Coffee. The best
the name of the plainitff. The cfe agluo h akt
amount was $210.60 and interest
from date of payment. Ragsdale Phone 25 for your grocery wants.
& Dixon for plaintiff, J. E. Mc
Donald for defendant.
WANTED-To make a few de- N ew est
sirable loans on real estate atAa
7 per cent. J. E. McDonald,
Winnsboro, S. 0.
FOR SALE-Several Mules .and Another shipment of those bau-g
Horses at extra close prices.
Call and see them. J.O. Boag tiful Iron Beds, both double and sin
TOILET SOAP of the very best gle; also of Spring Mattresses. For
quality at extra close prices,.n ohiguL
R~. A. Buchanan. durability ndcomfort ntigbt
GLASS AND TIN WARE-A fuill ter,
assortment at special prices. m kn tc
R. A. Buchanan.ivoe oc rsou
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