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WINNSBORO, S. C. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1906. ESTABLISHED 844
PUBLISHED WEEKLY -
School Books. *
We have been appointed $
County Depository for A
Books sold at list or ex=
SAbsolutely No Books Charged 1%
The OBEARDRUG CO.
BANK OF FAIRFIELD
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Organized and Began Business. February ist, 19o6.
Young, but very healthy and growing rapidly; bring your business
here and grow with us.
If you have money to deposit, we will be pleased to take proper
care of it for you. If you want to borrow money, we will be equally
as well pleased to ta!' the matter over with you and always hold
ourselves in readincb eo extend every accommodation and courtesy
consistent with sound banking principles. t
We pay Interest on deposits in our Savings Department at 4 Per
Cent per Annum.
W. R. RABB, 3. M. JENNINGS,
T. W. TRAYLOR, HUGH S. WYLIE,
Open Buggies = = = = = - $35,00
Top Buggies = = = = =-=-=$4100
We have a carload of them at these prices,
but going fast.
OREGORY=CONDElI~ MULE CO.,
m17 Plain Street. COLUMBIA, S. C.
*in plain or fancy styles of values absolutely the highest
*possible at their price. Always ahead of our competitors,
0 we are showing many exclusive designs in Button Shoes,
* College Cut Boots, Court; Ties, Auto Ties, Sailor Ties, *
*Ribbon Ties, Ties That Button.
* While we are showing all the new novelties at $3.50
*and $4.00, we have not neglected the plainer styles for
those who prefer them.
STHE GALLAHAN-DOBSON SHOE 60.
*1509nfainl St., COLUMBIA, S. C. I5o9Inain St
0 We prepay expres cates wen rmoney accompanies order.U
C. B. FRlPP, Manager.
Down to Date.
WOOD MOWERS AND RAKES.
WOODRUFF HAY PRESSES.
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LIME, CEMENT.
BUILDING MATERIAL, all kinds.
Can fill your bills, la.rge or small.
5 BUCKEYE MOWEP(S $36.50 to close out.
. Secure at one before tney go.
Chester Machine & Lumber Co.
MR. DWIGHT RESIGNS.
The Rectorship of Porter Military
Academy to Accept Important
Business Position in Charleston.
Mr. ). G. 1)wight has resigned
the rectorship of Porter Military
Academy, which he has held for
several years, in order to accept
E tempting business offer that has
been made him in Charleston.
MIr. Dwight's resignation h a s
been accepted, though he will I
ontinue as treasurer of t h i s
rtcademy till January 1. Mr.
Dwight had been in the Academy
for 12 years and at no time has
this historic school been more
prosperous than at the present.
[n accepting Mr. Dwights resigna
ion the board of trustes, passed
ne following resolution of ap
reciation of his services.
"Resolved, That in taking this
ition the executive committee,
in its own behalf and speaking
or the trustees of the institution,
would express its high apprecia
ion of the faithful, efficient and
evoted services of Capt Dwight,
both as rector and as a subor
linate officer of the Porter Acad
,my. They extend to him their
:est wishes for his future and
;rust that his success in business
nay be as complete as the work
which he has done for the Acad
The Breath of Life.
It's a significant fact that the
trongest animal of its size, the
orilla, also has the largest lungs.
owerful lungs means powerful
reatures. How to keep the
>reathing organs right should be
aan's ahiefest study. Like thous
,nds of others, Mrs. Ora A.
tephens, of Port Williams, 0.,
as learned how to do this. She
rites: "Three bottles of Dr.
Eing's New Discovery stopped
ay cough of two years and cured
ae of what my friends thought
onsumption. 0, it's grand for
broat and lung troubles." Guar
nteed by Jno. H. McMaster &
.o4 druggists. Price 50c and
1.00. Trial bottle free,
A Good Word for The News and
Editor The News and Herald:
Llow me to congratulate you on
our fine achievement in getting
4t the election returns. Your
iaper reached me at 9.30 o'clock
Vednesday morning. 29th ult.,
ight hours ahead of any -th.er
>aper containing the results of
he election-and I take three
aily and eight weekly papers.
Iurrah for The News and Hera'd
.nd dear old Fairfield, generally!
Chesterfield had no "dispensary
icket" and nay election is in no
ense attributable to the views I
old fav'orabl~e to that method of
tandling liquor. Personally 1
,m a prohibitionist, in principle
.nd practice; yet if we must, as
state, grapple the whiskey ques
ion and be held in a measure
esponsible for its management
,nd control,, then the strictest
ossible enforcement of state laws
o that end is the most practical,
sinesslike solution I know.
I congratulate friends Hogan
af Arkansas and Sawyer of
ieorgetown on their success in
heir new homes. May the hith
rto proud record of Fairfield's
ons be faithfully upheld and the
llustrious examples of genera
ions never grow less.
T. W. Scruggs.
Ruby, S. C., Sept. 7, 1906.
lain from a Burn Promptly Relieved
by Chamberlain's Pain Balmn.
A. little child of Michael Strauss. of
vernon, Conn.. wa recently in great
>ain from a bui- on the hand, and as
old applications only increased the
nflammation, Mr. Strauss came to Mr.
'ames N. Nichiols, a local merchant,
or something to stop the pain. Mr.
ichols says: "I advise d himt to use
haiblerlin's Pain Balm, and the
irst application 'drewv out the inflami
nation and gave innnel~diaLte relief. I1
1a used this liniment myvself and~
ecomend it very often for euts, burns,
trains and lame back, andl have never
mown it to disappoint.'' - For sale by
)bear Drug Co. and a!! medicine dea!
There is hardly any surer w-.y
live to be very old than to b.e
~ichl and have a lot of p n o r
eatives waiting for y ou to die.
When two siroug mnen (-ome to
jlou~ s, ev.en if they are well m itched,
t is not a l leasingsigbt, but if the man
who gets the worst of it will use De
Witt's Witch H-izel Salve, he will look
)etter andl feel better in short order. Be.
sure you get DeWit t's. Good for every
hing a salve is used for. including
[iles. Sold by all dru-sm22
B% sure you're right; then con
suit your wife; then go ahead.
When you have a col it is well m)
be very careful about usinig aniythinig
that vill cause constipation. Be par
ticularly careful about preparations
containing opiates. Use Kennedy's
Lmixative Honey and Tar, wvhich stop)s
the cough and moves the bowels. Sold
y a ll rggisots.
The Road to Prosperity.
From the way ioods are dail:
arriving it would seem that tl
merchants of Wiunsboro hav<
bought more largely this seasoi
than heretofore. It is a mattet
of fact that they are not only buy
ing more largely each year, but
that they are buying a more
varied and a higher grade of goods
The result is that the peopis of
this section are having less and
less excuse to go elsewhere f o r
their goods, and that this im,
proved condition is being ap
preciated is being shown by the
constant increase in the business
of Winnsboro. With this i n
creased trade has come a larger
measure of competition with the
good 'results that always come
from this life of trade, which fact
is very much emphasized by the
la'rger use of printers ink oa the
part of the Winnsboro merchants.
Adveitisements in The News and
Herald pay the merchants in an
increase of their business and
they pay the customers in help
ing them to know most readily
the best place to buy their goods
at the least cost. Read t h e
advertisements in The News and
Herald, trade in Winnsboro and
In these days of rush and hurry
corrte3, is often forgotten. In the
mad, p ll mell rush of our life little
things are (lone to offend that we rath
er remained undone. A hastily eaten
meal and its resultant headache may
cause us social or financial loss. The
wise man or woman is the one who re
lieves little ills of this sort by a little
dose of Kodol For Dyspepsia. It d!
gests what you eat and puts your stom
%ch back into shape. Sold by all drug
Gunner-n surgery they can
restore a person's skin by grafting.
Guyer-What a difference be
tween surgery and politics.
Gunner-What is the difference?
Guyer-Why, in. politics they
skin people by grafting.-Chicage
No one would .huy* a sailboat with
ails that could rot be reefed. There
s alwaya that possibility of a little too
much wind that makes a cautious man
frald to go unprovided. The thinking
man, whose stomach sometimes goes
back on him, provides for his stomach
by keeping a bottle of Kodol For Dys
pepsia within reach. Kodol digests
what you eat and restores the stomach
:o the condition to properly perform
its functions. Sold by all druggists.
If a man absent-mindedly calls
his wife by somebody else's name
he'd better get a high fever to ac
-ount for it right on the spot.
A bath cleanses the skin and rids the
pores of refuse. A bath makes for bet
ter fellowship and citizenship. Not
only should the outside of the bocty be
leansed, but occasional use .of a laxa
tive or cathartic openfs the bowels and
clears the system of effete matter. Best
for this are DeWitt's Little Early
Risers. Pleasant little pills that do not
lripe or sicken. Soid by all druggists,
GLASS WARE--=A large
variety at bargain prices
TINWARE -= A specialty.
Can supply all y ou r
w~ants in this line.
CIGARS AN D TOBACCO~
Give me a call and see
what I cani do for you in
TOILET SOAP-=4 boxes at
only. :15 g cents, easily
worth 25 cents.
CAN DY-Good Mixed Can
dies at iogand 420 cents
R. A. Buchanan.
are headquarters for
V Crimp and other
Galvanized or Painted.
Cider Pills, etc.
Write for prices and our full
Descriptive Catalogue of all
ale FreeA 'ohn Requnest.
Barbed Wire a'
Full lot now in stock a:
lowest price. Buy now,
advantage of low prices.
None better than Osbol
test. All parts always it
and A. B4,CAT
The Most PhopuI
There is real enjoyment in chewing t
SCHNAPPS tobacco. That's why it r
has won millions of chewer every a
year, until now more is sold than.at
SCHNAPPS,the most popular prod-.
uct of the Reynolds factories, is man- I
The Clear, IF
ismanufacturedbythe cleanestandmost IE
healthful processes ever devised, under
the direction of men who have made theo
chewing tobacco~business a life study, E
and who have managed the R. J. Rey- c
nokda Tobacco Company sinc2 1875. tl
Only choice selections of thoroughly
cured leaf are used in SCHNAPPS, and g
expert tests prove that this class of
tobacco requires and takes a smaller
amount of swreetening than any other
kind of tobacco grown-and that it has
a wholesome, stimulating and satisfying
effect on chewers, besides being the n
There are a great many imitations
claiming to be " just as good " as 'v
R. ARYNOLS TOEACCO
We are Distributiri
and Records at Iowe
Call and mnake
nd'W ire Nails
nd will be sold at the
while you can get the
me s. They stand the
HCA T Rakes.
r CHw -Wd
factured in the veryheart of the-Pied-.
Eont tobacco belt, known to the world
s producing tobacco witha a-aromn
o delightfil- zd 'appetzing that it
troduced and popularized the chew
3g of tobacco.
re' C how
CHAPS~.but thereiseOnlyone gent
~ie SCHNAPPS. Be sure the letters
n the tag, and under thetag,
fSCHNAPPSchewed every year thani
be total1 amount of all similar kinds.
Internal revenue statistics show that
CHNAPPS and others cf the Rey
olds brands wori enough chewers in
ne fiscal ye::r to ma~ke a net gain of -
x and a quarter million pounds, or one
i the United States on chewing and
SCHNAPPS is made and sold every
ihere in5c.eutsand 10 and 15c lugs
30. Winsan-alms N. C.
g'Agents for the
I line of Machines
As onl hand.