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JNO. H. McA
C. B. FRI
1509 Main Street.
To Get Your Tab
A most complete line of C:
Heinz Pickles, Catsups ani
Pinnacle Coffee, a fine mixt
cans. Only One Dollar. A
Swift's Premium Hams anc
For Cakes and Crackers thi
*'ihone 23 for your Grocerie
That my stock of I
&ceries is kept full
can supply all you:
Meats in great var
~s. c.. JO]1
here. A I
t thave in stc
tee in price
of all grades
please you in
You can buy
time in the ye
IASTER & CO.,
TDED TO THE
IBSON SHOE CO.
ile Wants Supplied
nned Goods, Fruits, 3ieats an~d
Sauces. Heinz to best of all.
ure of Java and M'cha, in 5-lb.
plendid Coffee barg ain.
.s is the place.
~ancy and Heavy Gro
and fresh and tt.at I
r grocery wants.
ie is a leader.
s the best of all.
ts, Vegetables a n d
your base ball goods
ull stock of Rteach's
Iits and Gloves.
Baker and Confectioner.
ck a good line of
ich I fully guaran
and quality. Call
before you buy.
for sale. I can
price and terms.
a mule here any
Wednesday. May 16. ;. '.
-Now fur th. baziar.
-Postmaster Rioni is back
from North Carolina.
--Mrs. S. C. Johinton i, with
her parents at Rossville.
-The State Cmvention me e'ts
in Columbia to-day at noon.
-Mrs. F. A. Ward is report.d
critically ill at Ler home jn
-Mr. B. G. Pratt of Ne'
Jersey spent the past week with.
Mr. S. D. Dunn.
-Mrs. W. W. Dixon and. chil
dren left vesterday for a visit to
relatives at Yorkville.
-Mr. John Hinant hais re
turned from Lykeslaud, whore
he has been teaching.
-Mrs. C. M. Chandler of
Savainnah is visiting the family
of Mr. C. M. Chandler.
-Miss Bessie Smith of Aiken
is coming to-day for a shc-rt s:ay
with the Misses Ellic-tt.
-Dr. W. W. Daniel of Colunm
bia will preach at the Mthodist
church Sunday morn'.ng.
-The bazaar for the benelit
of the Comercial Club will be
held the first week in Ju ae.
-Mrs. Eunice Bacot h as gone
to Greenville to spend a time
with her daughter, Mrs. .tai.
-Mrs. D. D. Traywick of
Charlotte is on a short visit to
her sister, Mrs. T. J. Cureton.
-Miss Lizzie Clinck of
Charleston was the guest the
past week of Mrs. Dora Ra.bb.
-Mrs. Willielmina Quat.tle
baum and her daugater, Miss 3.
E., are visiting relatives in Co
Miss Daysie Brockington
has retiirned home from Blairs,
where she has been teaching the
-Mrs. S. B. Crawford of
Great Falls is spending this
week with her sister, Mrs. Juo.
--Mrs. Belle DesPortes has
returned to her home in R1iege
way after a stay of several weeks
with relatives here.
-Mr. E. G. Scruggs has ae
cepted a position to work indas
trial life insurance in Columbia
and will move his :.amily there i
-Winnsboro is going. to be~
well represented at Columbia
during the reunion there for the
next three days. Round trip
;icket only 75 cents.
-Mrs. N. I. Madden of Cc
lumbia spent several days in tonn
ast week on her way to Catawbaj
alls, where she goes to visit her
SOn, Mr. S. B. Crawford.
-Monoday evening at the Meth
odist parsonage, Mr. Nixon Jeni-'
ins of Columbia and Miss Ida
Medlin of Winnsboro were mar
red by Rev'. Henry Stokes.
-The attention of notary pub
lis and magistrates is called to
the fact that they ar required
.o h ave -:heir a'ppointments
~registered in the clerk's o'dice.
--Mrs. N. B. Alexander and
Misses Mary Fayssoux and Nor
ri Alexander,who have been vis
itig Mrs. J. Q. Davis, have re
turned to their home at Faypt
ville, N. C.
--Walter Taylor, colored, tried
his hatchet on his brother John
Taylor Friday night and opened
up his skull iu such a manner
that the latter will have a close
~shave for his life.
-Mrs. M. L. Con nor, who has
'been on an estended visit to rela
tives in Alabama and Text, and
her daughter, Mrs. J. N. Center,
who joined her in Alabama a few
days ago, have returned home.
-liss Marg'uer ite Douglass
of the Winthrop faculty spent
Surday at the home of Mr. CJhas.
Douglass. Immediately after the
close of her school work she will
Ienter upon her missionary work.
-IRev. D. E. Camnak. form erly
pastor of the Grecn street
church, this city, ::ow cf Jones
ville circuit was in attendance
upon the conference. lie is do
ing a great work in Jouesville
1ud th e other churches in his
e.iut He is a hard worker
an oung man of fine promnise.
---The new Loooks for il e
pubie library have been or dered
Iand t.ey should be here now in
a few day)s. Several additional
magaznes have also been
odered. The library is better
epipped than ever before. The1~
mebership fee is only one dol
lar Join; it will do you good.
-May so far hais been a pet
good month in the matter of
collecting subscr7 ptions to the
News and .Herald. But th&:
tnere are so sunny y et, whose
labels indiicat' LWi~g in the l'ag~
that there i- a Ihl. a;.pmi:
for increasirng the fiunda fi tis
source. The c1alee is wel Wi
pled with (.s and 7's and tbe
changing of the dates on labels is
(j. \'.~ T,'alkr Com pny
lj, 1 t
The c-losing~ ecies of0 the
Greenbrie r ha eol ie
held Thursda ad ia Mv
17-is. There wi ( h excises
by the pupils ech an
rJidav \+ve1ing an address by
AV. WV. Daniel ofCl( niawA
pr-'ch at the Grcnbrieiri chIurch1.
F riday evenng tO closing
exercises of the Llteood
school will be hld
A B3ad Acccident.
Saturday afternoon while run
ning~ one of te j'b pr ines i the
Stewart in picking up a sheet of
pape.r that haid fa!!'n untier the
ress got hi :iud cauIt between
bed and the ta e of the
press. I very bzally mashed,
the bone of th; little ilugr being,
brokacti in Z!e hand. lie will
Cecesariy be avway from his
work in tihe oico for soie tinun
I wl greatly issed, as
he has reatchcd the point wvhtere
he is good hdep.
Mt. Zion vs. Fort Mill.
The MIt. Zion boys got it put
onl to them in their two games at
Fort 3l111 uesday. T1hursdLa
the Fort Mill boys came down to
Wiunsboro. ThaI-t morning there
was a thirtren in.nIg game, the
sOra bcing G to 5 in fl o of the
vistors. That tC!rcou the
core was 3 to 1 in favor of the
Mt. Zion boys, the hnt eight n
nings bcing pla-%ed without a
score. Both ganI s were wel
played and there was an enthusi
- ,st ic i ntc:r eSt iuI both". Good
start this for some good ball this
H rave you )a ins inl the hnwk, intLnil
mationI of any kind. rlheu:natidon,
faitin sell, iulgesionorconstipa
1t<31, HlitrsRocky Monti Te
IakeS vOn we. keep,; you well. :5
cents- Jno. H. icMasiter & C-.
Resolutionis of Thanks.
The John Bratton Chapter of
the Daughters of the Confederacy
under vwhose auspices the Mem
orial day exercises were held, has
passed ~the followirg resolutics
of thanks to those who assisted
them in making the day one so
long to be remembered..
Whereas the Memorial Day
exercises passed off so pleasant
v to the veterans 0f Faiirield
county and to the citizeus of
W innsbcoro the Johln U1rattonj
Chpter of the Daughters of
the Confederacy desires to ex
press its appreciation of the
services of thiose inking it so
decdedi a success. Therefore,
.e it resolved.
That, the thanks of the Chap
tr be extended to Mr. WV. C.I
Beaty for his invaluable assist
ane in perfecting the roll of
etr aus: to Mao Kete!nin and
his couunitte .> twelve for their
part in arranging for the enter
taimen~ft of the veteraus, special
thaks being extended Mr. Conn
for his untiring ef'orts in this
direction: to Mr. DesPortes for
the free usec of h is building; to
the Citiznrs Corneot Band for
thir <h-l ihtful cojntribution to
tlC p.easule of the~ day; to the
t2A-Cher and pupil of Mt. Zion
ftr thir~l patritic song.-; and to
the business ''men of Winnsboro
fo tineir 'enerusFIi rcS])onse in
making ile these pleasant
Mrs. W. H. Flenniken.
Miss Laura E. Gerig.
Mary Y. Ellison.
Ths Manir Wont Use Any Other.
essrs. Hirshberg, Hioliander &
Gets--o the man who) want's
painingdon, Ialwayvs tell himi
lo get .tag dBrad, which is the
best, andt Lothi the painter and
hmslf are satisfied that the y
wl get a je b.
St uPit works easier than
au other raint i ever saw.
.j. C. .I'y( r,
Shelb N. C.
Have your next jo) tiloe wXithi
th1es :ii.L, the0 best in) paint
alwaYS means Stag emi-Pst
'The Two for One i.
For sale by Jio. H. Me 'ladcr
& Co., Winnsboro, S. C.
it s Dagrou to Neglc aCod
gIwope do weia t enr
Ir ari na- the m n i' 'a
h : " in- (* v (ha
~rm (o. a .al all medin: dealers.
Get ready for hi
have just what y<
our White Goods,
to Soc. the yard;
Linon and many.:
Fine colored La
a yard; a speciall3
We can trim all
Laces and Embro
but the prices are
In light Silks wi
39c.; fine soft Jap
values in silk.
Our April busin
we have the style
and then the pric(
goods by express i
Up=to=date in si
in Oxfords, Gibson
prices as low as til
Oxfords at 50c. a I
er, Gun Metal Cali
Some Prints at 4c
14 yards Androsco
Sixteen dozen fi
and $1.25, special
There is a reaso
it will pay you.
Mrs. Smith and Miss Smith of
Greenville are the guests of Mrs.
J. E. Freeman, who is Mrs.
Rev. J. E. Freeman went to
Chattanooga last Wednesday to
attend the Southern Baptist Con
Mr. and M;s. B. H. James of
3nekheadl recently visited at the
home of Mrs. E. ;J. Yarborough.
Rev. J1. H. Yarborough and his
ittle girls of Fort Lawn visited
is mother and other relatives
Mrs.5 F. J. Yarborough has
een quite unwell for the last
May 12, 1006.
For Over Sixty Years.
3ins. WINSso'.vs Soo-rmsa SYRUP
as; ben sed for over GO0 years by mil
onsof m1nothers for their children
hile teething, with perfect succes~s.
t soothes the child, softens the gums,
liys all pain: eures winmd colic, and
the best remiedy for Diaurhoa. It
till relieve the poor little suffermer im
1ediately. Sold by drugvists in every
ar fthe world. T wenty-five cenits
abottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs
inslow's Sootbing Syr up," and take
o other kindl.
[OUSE* OF RtEPR~EsENTATIVES.
T am1 a candidiate for re-election to
ie H ous~e of Representatives, subject
the act ion1 of the Demlocratic pri
mir'e. A. HOMIER BRICE.
I hereby an nounce myselfh a candi
dte for the H-ouse of Representatives,
Sthject to the actioni of the Demlocratic
rinarY. WV. W. D)IXON.
I am a candidate for re-election to
the J-o'u e of Reprerentat ives, subU
.et to t he ai on of the~ D,ooeraltic
rinuY. .JAS.. ( . MIUCANTS
I hereby anonneeU1C mysVelf a eandi
ate for re-eleetion to the ollice of
rasrer of Fairtield County, subject
to the action of the Democrat ie pri
ary. A. LE E SCRCGGS.
I am1 a canidiiate for re-electioni to
w i otlice of Auditor of Fairfieldl
oilnty, subjeet to the action of the
E. F. PAG;A N.
I herby annlounle nmyself a candi
It f.>r re-elect ion to the olliee of.J u dger
P lrobate of Fairtiehl County. subject
toh le actijon of the Demcrotic pri1
-OF NTY SUPE RVISOR.
I here"h1 announce my1self a candi
I:t for 're-ob'et iin t o t he oilice ot
pervi.,r of hairtield Countyv, sui -
t to thle action011 the DemRocra tIe
imallry. .J. H. BUR LEY.
Dr. A. G. Quattlebauum,
wVinn'~oorO, S. C.
mi.i- same as o~Cupied byv theL late
rF *. anlebcaumi.
of Iitoburn thera i- nothing
ewiu a: Co , ieno isnevr
,o .o s b y e ll dru'gists.
>t weather by getting light v
)u want, and especially invito
the finest and sherest Orga
fine Wash Organdie, Persih
styles of lace effect.
kvns, Mulls, Organdie. Lawr
r pretty line at ioc. and 12 1=:
these for you with the preti
ideries ever shown here. Wt
n are showing in black and w
and China at soc. and 75c.
.ss the best we ever had. T1
s, the quality and variety to ]
.s are low. We are constan1
nd can please you in the new
yle and quality the best; just
Ties, Vici, Patent Leather an
ey have ever been. A job lot
)air. Gents' low shoes in Vic
;all the new shapes; prices th
. the yard; 36-inch Unbleacl
gan Bleach $1.00.
ne Negligee Shirts just receiv
price 5oc. and 75c. Get som,
n for spending your money m
.11 Dry Go
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION S'
BANK OF FAIRFIELD, T
Located at Winnsboro. S. C., at the 1o<
close of business May 4, 1906.
Loans and discounts................. $62,099 45 L<
Demand Loans...........,531 24 D
Overdrafts.................. 230 69 o
Furniture and fixtures.......1,569 66 B<
Due from banks and bankers 8,777 25
Currency............................2,989 00 B.
Gold................................... 40 00 O0
Silver, nickels and pennies. 2,0.58 92 Di
Checks and cash items....... 617 78 Ci
Total...............$81,913 99 Si
. .IA BI LITI ES CI
Capital stock paid in.........$50,000 00
Undivided profits,less current
exoense.s and taxes paid.... 1,872 62
Individual deposits subject to Ce
check...........................29,460 08 Su~
Time certificates:............-... 581 29 U:
State of South Carolina,)1 Di
County of Fairfield. ./ Di
Before me came J. 3I. Jennings, In
Cashier of Bank of Fairfield, who be
ing duly sworn, says that the above, Ti
and foregoing statement is a true con- C
dition of said bank, as shown by the Ci
books of file in said bank. N<
J. 3L JENNINGS, Bi
Sworn to and subscribed before me.
this 10th day of Mlay, 1906.
Joux H. GIBsos,
Notary Publie- St
IR. Y. TURNER,
I). V. WA LKER, Directors. Ct
T 6'.xW. RUFF, be
STATEMIENT OF THE CONDITION di
Kennedy Mercantile and
located at Blackstock, S. C., at the
close of business Mlay 4, 1006. I
Loans and discounts........... $15,601 08
Banking house ..............4,000 00 --
Furniture and fixtures....... 300 00,
Due from banks and bankers 6,450 50
Currency, gold1, silver, nickels
and pennies, checks and
cash item?s..................... 256 7.5
Cotton and cottonl seed.......4,534 68
Inventory of merchandise...12,573 24
Captal LiA BI LITI ES.
Cptlstock paid in..........20,000 00 T
Surplus fund .................... 5,000 00
Undivided profits, less current
expenses and taxes paid.. 2,264 S9
Individual deposits subject toA
check -.................. 5,861 48
C:ashier's checks..................... 53 7
Bills payable, including time.
certifieates representing Fi
borrowedl money.........1,800 00
Owving for merchandise (not
due)............................. 7,386 14:
Reserad4 for expenses and
taxes .. ... ......... .... 950 00 '
Total ............N3,716 25 -
State of South Carolina, 1
County of Fairfield.
Before me en:nec Ed. M1. Kennedy,
Treasurer of Kennedy 3Mercantile and
Baniiking Company,'who being duly v
sworn, says that the above and fore- sp
going statement is a true condition of' otl
~aidanik, as shiowni by the books of 1ati
tile in said bank.
ED.3M. KENNEDY, an
Sworn to and~ subscribed bef'ore mp
this 12th day of Mlay, 1905,.
Ai Lcx. 3MA(I)OxA .1>, J1
Notary Public S. C. an
<;~o L. K:EN NEDV. >- Directors. be
.J. I). MIonLEY.
Medal Bysp~epsia Cure Iic<
d, to ds;
,eight goods. We
you to look at
ndies, price ioc.
Lm Lawns, India
is as cheap as 5c.
)c. a yard.
tiest patterns of
sell fine laces,
'hite Suziene at
These are great
e reason-for it is
please every one,
tly getting new
what you want
d White Canvas;
i, Patent Leath
e lowest, quality
I 4c. the yard;
ed, worth $i.oo
e of these.
ith us, because
[PATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
HE WINNSBORO BANK,
oated at Winnsboro, S. C., at the
close of business May 4, 190.
>ans and discounts.. .......$4.5,64 55
mand loans..... ..... A4132 33
rer drafts........................ 14109 00
ynds and stocks owned by
the bank................ 20,643 92
k ing house. ............... 8,00 00
her real estate............ 9,003650
2e from banks and bankers 13,225 29
irr ency........................... 3,168 00
[ver, nickels and pennies 5,044 59
iecks and cash items........ 860094
-Total~............... $678,175 62
tpital stock paid in.........$100,000 00
rplus fund.... ....50,000 00
divided profits, less cur
rent expenses and taxes
ie to banks and bankers.... 10,41411
2e unpaid dividends....... 78 00
.dividual deposits subject to
check....................... 202,218 00
me certificates.............. 23,603 81
rified checks................. 884 00
Lshier's checks............... 59 13
tes and bills rediscounted 72,500 00
I1s payable, including time
borrowed money......102,000 00
ate of South Carolina,1
County of Fairfield. I
Befores me came James. Q. Davis,
shier of The Winnsboro Bank, who
ing duly sworn, says that the above
d foregoing statement is a true con
:ion of said bank, as shown by the
oks of ille in said bank.
JAMES Q. DAVIS,
sworn to and subscribed before me,
is 14th day of May, 1906.
W. G. JORDAX, [L. S.]
W. C. BEATY,
A. S. DouGL Ass, Directors.
JAs. L. BRYsoN,j
GJGAINS in Cigars and To
bacco. See if it isn't so.
NWARE at speciel prices. 5
and 10.-cent articles as good
as sold higher elsewhere.
10-cent box of Toilet Soap
that is a real leader. Try it.
ve and Ten-Cent articles. Many
bargains in these. A call
will convince you.
. A. Buchanan.
Ice and Beef.
Having met the demands for
during the winter and early
ring months for sickness and
er causes, I desire to call the
:ention of all to the fact that I
Shandling ice by the earload
d shall be pleased to have your
tronage. My prices are the
west aad all orders given prompt
d courteous attention.
Am still supplying the very
t beef and shall be pleased to
e your orders.
Send or phone here for your
a and beef.
JTn. W. RusselL.