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WHY A BOX OF
NUNNALLY'S CANDi ES'S?
First, because the outsile of the package has a stylish,
attractive apperaance. It is well wrapped, tied with suita
ble ribbon, and makes a go' 2 impression at first glance.
Secood, because upon op ,. , tle 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 conid put up candy with such skill, an, 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 coufej
tions proves them to be most delicious lud whoh-ome,
and unsurpassed in nutritive excellence.
Thus, with daintiness, w1ol:eso menes-, deliciou-noss and
sweet purity, a box of Nunnally's confections proves itself
SOLD IN WINNSBORO EXCLUSIVELY
JNO. H. McMASTER & CO.,
Phone 39. DRUGGISTS.
Hafner Broth rs,
CHESTER, S. C.
Dry Goods Clothing Notions
Our line of Gray Cin show you the We sell Govern oi
Dress'Goods for early Best Knee Pants for and President 61;
spring is*complete. 'boys at 50c. you hnve peUaers.
- Ask to see our lit
ofWhite and Gilt
We are sell itng - Belt
Table Linen, worth, Young men, see our -
75c., for 48c., 2 yards New Spring Suits be- =
wide. fore you buy; we willi Just received, big
make it pay you. 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 "Eciise"
very best Bleaching. fancy Vests until vou Shirt. Best shirt for
see our line. $1.00 on the market.
Don't buy y o u rW
White Waist Goods We Sell th- Famous
until yuu see our line. See our line of New W. B. Co rset.
Just received, case - Our line of Neck
yard wide Pereales, Big line of Boys' wear for ladies i s
worth 12t., for 10c. Suits just arrived. complete.
CH ESTER, S. C.
HORSES ND MUE
A few more good
Horses and Mules
at the right prices.
Call before buying.
FULL STOCK OF
Buist's Garden Seeds
Red Bliss Triurnph Potatoes
Best varieties for this country.
Cabbage Plants in season.
R Y. TURNER.
BANK OF FAIRFIELD
wisNSonoR, s. c.
SAVINGS~ DEPARTUMENT-Interest allowed at the rate of 4
per cent per annum, payvable quarterly, Januar' , ipril, July and~
T. XW. Traylor, Vice-Preside'nt. Hugh s. WVylie, Tele.
WV. R. Rabb, . F. R. Mc'Meekin,
J. . Buchanon, J. Rt. Curice,
T. V. XWalker. J- .J- liort-nn
J. W. Hannhan, J1. L. Mouinuh.
R. Y. Turner, Tere'y .rirz,
Wenedy, 31arcli 2I, 1966.
- rs L o c Ia\str is visit
-Th fru it er9op) is having a
pretty close call these days.
-Mr Ned '. Creight of Rock
Hill spet Sun. in town.
Mr. Conover Hartin of Co
lumbia sj)et S1undaV in towI.
-0iss Fiorence Powell of
Aiken is the guest of the Misses
-IH'eavy rains are reported all
over the Soutl witil the past
-isCutric Stavart is spend
ing a fe' days with rclativtes in
Ti, will be o.. great week
w th the adi(;',. The milnery
openings are on.
-Mr. William Eiiott of David
son College spent several days at
homeo tLe past wLek.
1-ave ou lost anything?
Fiud it )y advertising for it in
The News and HeralL.
-Mrs. S. A. Brocking-on is on
a vi-it to the faily of Mr. M. C.
Robeirtson in Columbia.
-Miss Ladybird Thornwell of
mt 11" spert a few days last
week witL Miss Nell Gouding.
-Mr. T. C. Stoke-, of Orange
burgL pid a v i s it t his bother,
Rev. Hiur Stohes, the past week.
-have you go' any corn or
cotit)u see or sy stock to sell?
Then advertise it i.a The News
M'-. 1, L. Bollinger of Col
iais sp ng a few days
wi.th her mother, Mrs. Wilhemina
- sr 'T. K. Elliott ar:d
E. C. jwainey atteuded the uan
( quC of tie C'Iester Commercial
b Friday eoing.
-. ttoruev-Getrai Gunter
'is .-epct(d as being in A very
rit itcl conditoio an: no hopes
for !is recoyery ar3 entertained.
---:ir T. H. Ketchin is now
oam- from the northern markets,
wheref he went for the purchase
.70 :is gaig and summaner stock
-r.and Mrs. S. P. Gooding
after spenimdAi.g seeral weeks with
r.ltives4 an Soutlb Carolina have
. eureci to iLeir home in St.
. eSepi, -io.
Mr A. W. Brown is back
'kom the northern markets, where
he went to purch3ae the spring
andi su'mer stock for D. V.
Wa~ lker &r Co.
-Misses Carrie and Eloise
Elott, Nell Gooding, and helen
.McDonald attended the grand
pera "11 T1rovatore"~ in Col
uimbia Friday evening.
-Mrs. .John Harris, who is re
turing from a trip to Florida, is
spendiug a few days with rela
tives hero before her return to
her Lome at Pineville, N. C.
-Needing any job printing?
Then come to The News and
Herald office, where y ou can gaL
it in quick order and doue3 it)
irst-ciss style (ou good material
at re~asonabl nrices.
--Mr. .5. EL. Douglass cam?re in
Wenesday afteruson i:o meet
his. daiuihters, Misses Bessie and
clmiwho have been attending
the Due West Female College,
th latter having been quite sick.
-Mi. Daisy Deal has re
turned from a trip to A ugusta,
\ isere sheC atto ndd the c losinug
eecise of the the city hospital,
her site being th~e first, honor
rra 1aate, as mntioned last week.
--'r and Mrs. E. S. Douglass,
woahawe been spewnin sereral~
motha his ho~me u 1r Albion,
toule~d in town Tiburrday , having
cons here to take~ tihe train for
Washington. Mr. Douglas~
elth is very niueh improved.
-- Spt. L. T. Baker went to
Coumabia Saturday to attend a
metng of the eine;utive comumit
te or tke State Teacher."' Asso
caion, of whichi comtntj;ee lie
s the chairmnan. It was decided
to hold the newt meeting at Win
--Miss Nettie Sitgreasies haas
retrr ed fromt t he northemn mar
es whLere sie went for the pur
chiato th e .pr iLg stock of mnil
'iev f'or D. . Walker & Co.
S is now r..ady for their open-f
ing to be he ld im week and w~ill
be peaudto haeLher frie nds
call ai ' thethslay of mahil
ile MesrI WVilliamn Doty
Die~ ie, JYr , were out
drivin Sunday aftiernoon, their
team bocan frightLened and ran
*w; with tlos The line broke
sa bter v.ee un.ble to control
te'm.1 'Th i* ugv was dashed
*aiis the pavx ment near the
-tore, (f Mr . C. Theaty and
:Lev we.re bt thrown out with
ti r~ Init thtte formier receiv
I.d panfu i:0 1)' uries and the buggy
e ii e'oy, who
La acc u' ud*'' th at~u i mil
weex. e C' Ii-: iCCoL
mended for hcr new postion.
She is ;sst ed in tis 10.1r 1t
eilejIncv is lko;n. They
Services at St John's.
IThec nii be seru cs at t.
J1ohns8 church Fri ntl Satur
daT afterN3oou 1 5 eck and
agdin SuLu!ay, n:')infl 8K t IIA
by the rector, Rtv. H. 0. Judd.
Waikzer's AIDInery oning.
WVe invite your' attt uto our
display of ,te taa
an Fl y o tI wek. March
eXte ta t4 e s t1at
teu~d Our onn
D.). WValker ComIany
j.:42Xzatch for t1:e n 5 and
10 cents store, LlD nulrer for
ba.rgains. Eimbruiiies at cost.
Dea:1of Tr. Ly Is
home of hir son, J. Frak I 'es
in the Glrnbrier seti .ionay
DnigIt Ie was about 75 yers
old. Her funeral serice wil be
coliductedD ,t Betu eIre 'o
day at 11 o'cock by hir imstior,
.ev. Henry Stoke,. Two s
J. F. aid J. 1). Lyc, aIndi two
daughters, Mrs. V. G. S;-ith a d
AMrs. Elkin, suvoiv her.
G W-Xaiker's Millinery Op. n
ing March 2-243, ThurIday and
Friday of this wek. All the
ladies iuvited to atted this di.
play of Patttern Hat and Mi',
The B;Z;d o! Ez-milzat'on.
The cownty boird of eial.
tioLn wHil LIts reguilbr meeting'
next Tuesday,- M teh : t which
time all p S rtie, wLos property
has been .
cau appea'r before the' .ar and
show e o wylv s'aid Cincase
should nut be paid. The cu.nty
board is coinposed, o- te &bair
I men of each of the town.ip
boards, which are rt qurired to
pass on all retarus befor.: te
meeting Cf the county bpoad.
The towuship borlds that PL6vc
Iot Tet met WilI hold tlir meet
inrgs before the moi e'ng o the
county board next Tue-day.
Our Millinery will this season
be in charge of Miss Yerby of~
Baltimore and Miss Johuston of
Winnsboro. Both these ladies
are egerienced milliners and can
furnish vou 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 displaty of~
Caldwell Dry Goods Comnpanv.
Sheriff Hood has been giving a
little of his time the past week to
the blind tiger business and the
result is that there are now in the
sneriff's ofliee several gallons of
whiskey. He got at the exprer~
office a five gallon keg consigned
to J. H. Gldney, a. five gallion
keg to F. Haririson andl 8 three
gallon ja to W. L. Orr. In
addition to thzese seizures Con
stable Bolar.d. who has been
past few rays, got a five gallon
keg, nt Rockttn, consigued to
Jake Huul and~ at the express
ofiee h' ro a two gallon jug to
-Phillips at thle Fairfield Cot
*The above seieres are a fine
beginning of She rif Hood's de'ter
mination to bienk up the blind
tig .r bnminess He s-ays he is~
la eping~ his eyes (Teu and tha
he is uoing to maike it het for ali
Clears the Ccmnplexion.
(Ori no La xart ive Frijt Svrup sumuil
it a V'74~ 'ivef r iin l end chibren' as it
icr to pills, a rint wate-, 1~u all
t ale the':>tmre anad bowe l. M1? Ina
GLASS AND' iITNWR E-Afull
awortmen at spcCial prices.
frau fine .i1: Coreb White
anid Brown C sornsJ~. 1 00)
for 1:1 W rs R . l."Xenniken,
FOR SATE- frd .uaue
all fre:- in ml. Ay t
S. C.. R. 1. D. No. 1.
LOST-Ou G i ' i'ng wit
large ramethy' t tin 18 d the
lost in- tw' een Meho8: rl.urc
and4( Hi '1 .-t .' Snit:; e
war i retI r a CoTeNw
TOI LET S (Y1' of Uie ;ry b
qliyat era clos.? eis
1. . l3haan.n
We can help you to
take an eax-v !ook a
We are now rea
Thousands of ya
ever looked an. See
New style Gingi
We are offering
prices. Come to see
.Winnsboro for Mdiilinery.
By reference to our advertise
ment columns it will be seen that
there are two mliniry openings
in winnsboro this week. Wins
boro Las all the while enjoyed a
very enviable repuation for its
display of milinery and there is
perh-aps. no other respect in
which there is a !arger propor
tionate busincss done here than
in this supplying the demands
for up-to-date stylish millinery
at reasonable prices. It is a
matt:r of very common comment
on the part of the ladies of near
by tows tfitt they always find
tI o their interest to come to
Wiunsboro for their millinery.
It is noticeable that nail orders
for millinery core in from all
parts of the county and in a good
many instances fr >mn the cities
both on the pairt of ladies who
formerly lived here and their
friends who have f ound outJ
through themi that Winushoro is
strictiv in it when it comies to
The best safeguard against Lieadache,
constipation and liver troubles is De
Wit t's Little Early Risers. Keep a
vial of thtese famous little pills in the
hlouse and( take a dlose at bed time
when vou feel that the stomach and
bowels~ need cleansing. They don't
g.ripe. Sold by all druggists.
Some Fine horses.
By an oversight in the make-up
of the paper last week the adver
tisement of D. A. Crawford was
left out. Special attention is
called to llis advertisement ap
pearing to-day. Mr. Crawford
has just received within the past
few clay another carload of mules
and horses. The mules are
extra good ones and he has some
aspecially nice horses. A pair
of sorrel mares are just beauties,.
Mr. Crawford, since the opening
of his new stable last fall, has
sold quite a large quantity of!
stock and he savs the secret of it q
that he has thbe right kind of stoeg:
and the righ kindl of pr i ce.
He has just rezently put him up
a new sule at Ridgeway, Mr.
T. C. Uoozer, being in charge of~
his bush.ess at that end of the
line, andi he has been having a
busir.u ss at the sable there also.
If you are in need of any thing
in the w,;y of horse flesh at this
time, be sure to give Mr. Craw
ford acall and yo will be pretty
ikely to get what you are looking'
Do Not Be Imposed Upon.
Foley & Co., Chiceago, originated
Ib;ney an Tair as a thrcaat and lung
evmdy, and oni account of the great
neritfl :nd i oplarity of Foley's Hontey
od Tar mauny imiutations are offered
fur the gen uinv. These worthless hii
tationa. have similar sounding names.
Bea. of t he. Tihe genunine F1oley' s
..ny ad T'ar i.s in a yelhow nackage.
1 y~ u~ bet endy for couigA andl
: ids: .'d~ ul.,er Co.
MON EY TO LEND-on real
estate. A. S & 'Y. D. Douglas,
:am es ni Fairfiel county, suita
ble ?d frmingcr 1'tock raising.
?~ chea.. The Carolina
3.n gny Gre enville, S. C.
E ul UA LE.-10 bushels,
re.* ra t.pland Long Staple
Ce S.Oid at $1 00 per bushel
.. . RidegewyS. C. Plant
ht e t t'M b at there is n:onev in,
52eu for my 11905 crops,
n it on a falling ui~arket.
ea V wi uri order.
J.J McEaebern, Lonstowu,
get this early start, for we are receiving almost
?RING GOODS. Our buyers are now in the
md shipping out many bargains. You should
ly to show a full line of White Goods of every
ul styles--and prices as low as they have ever
. ds of the most beautiful Embroidery your eyes
them now and get choice patterns.
it Spring Calicoes, 4c, 5c, and 6%4c a yard.
iams, 5c, 8'/3c, ioc. Just as cheap as you ever
and expect to offer special inducements in loW
us and you will see that prices are low.
lI Dry Goods Co.
Is made especially for Southern elimate. Unrivalled
in Brilliancy, Honest in Measure, Permanent in
S Col!or., Best Covering Quality. The Best and Most
Economical paints to use. Pure Creosote, Shingle
Stains, Oil and Varnish Stains. Send for Color Cards.
PALMETTO PAINT MFG. CO., Columbia, S. C.
To keep your table supplied, if you will only buy
Canned Meats, Fruits and Vegetables of the
best brands. All fresh stock.
Pickles, Catsups and Sauces. You can cer
tainly get here what you want of these.
Cakes and Crackers. Stock of these full and
assorted. The very best to be had. Don't for
get that you can have your cakes made here to
Walter Baker & Co.'s Best Breakfast Cocoa.
FOR ~lEBOY--iavejust received, a ship
men ofReah'sBalsBats, Masks, Mits,
G. A. WHITE,
Baker and Confectioner.
One Dollar 3=" anaof
- AT w
W. C. BOYD'S,
or a 5-lb. can of Pinnacle Coffee. The best
coffee bargains on the market.
Phone 25 for your grocery wants.
Another shipment of those beau
tiful Iron Beds, both double and sin
gle; also of Spring Mattresses. For
durabiity and comfort nothing bet=
More Rockers, making our stock
of these very large and select. Mor
ris Chairs too.
Cots for spring and summer com
Big lot of Lounges. Go at greatly
Sideboards, some beauties, and
everything in the Furniture line.
Shipment of Baby Carriages anid
Go=Carts daily expected.
Exeuto's. PH IL LIPS.
Exeuto'sNotice. Sale of Personal Property.
At the late residence~ of Miss ~L..R.
At l 1t i haIvi .1 eli ngit Macon, deceased, near Strothetu sa ,.
1 4 :iull rte n t b e tho t-e sar t tc ihest ider, for cash, all
said estate: will miake ipayment to the the personal prop~erty beionging to the
unesge.DAVID C. JAM E8. Macn.f ad. C.e JAMES,
3-7-4t Executor. I 3-14-at Executor.