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The New Year
With some changes in our
business that will be to the
great interest of all the peo=
pie of this section. See our
notice elsewhere. With
many thanks for past pat=
ronage, and soliciting a con=
tinuance of the same, We
are, Yours for Groceries,: : :
J. D. McCARLEY & CO
The First Carload
Of stock to reach the Winnsboro
matket this seoson same to our
stable. That is an index of how we
lead and that is why so many know
to come here always for their - -
HORSES AND MULES
They know a good thing too in the
way of the Rock,Hill Buggy.
Boys, we thank you and wish you
the best of the season.
D. A. Crawford.
That our business has made such a steady
0Igrowth during the year now ending. The i
* .same rule of keeping the right ::
tR 1.G H T G OOD os
adtreating all customers right will apply
during 1907. Your past trade appreciated.
We bespeak a continuance, - - - -
+S. C. JO HNSTON.1
New Year Announcemenlt
We are right ready for your
Horse and Mule trade in 1907.
A carload just in. Come in and
see them. We will treat you
right and be glad of the privil='
ege as we have been heretofore.
OWENS LIVE STOCK .CO
Now is the time to buy you
Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, etc
If you needi anything in m1;
line give me a call.
uuO. R. LAUDERDALE.
Wednesday, December 26, 1906
-Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Thorn are
baCk from their wedding trg.
-Miss Bessie :McMster is in
Philadelphia wi*.her sister.
-When Mt. Zion opens Jan..2,
1907, let every pupil be on hand.
-The Mt. Zion honor roll is
crowded out this week. It will
appear next week.
-Miss Lilla Beaty left Satur
day for Charlotte, where she will
spend the holidays.
-Mrs. Wm. Muldrow is spend
ing the holidays with her friend,
Miss Rebecca Lyles.
-Mrs. I. D. Bett of Miller
burg, Ky., is with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Flenniken,
for the holidays.
-The remarkably good heath
record for Winnsboro the past I
year should be the occasion for i
profound gratefulness. t
-Of course you are going to
make many new year resolutions.
It is all right to make tLem and 9
still better to keep them.
-The college students and
teachers are now at home. Their d
return is always a great pleasure c
to the whole community, as there d
are so many of them.
-For a lovely walk, if the
weafher permits, go to Fortune
Park Height<. To see the wonder- E
ful improvements that have been
made there will do you good.
-There are still some, who in
siit hat there are never any e
changes in Winnsboro. A visit ta
to Fortune Park Heights will
call for a revision of your state- 0
ments about the development of w
the old town.
-There are enough drawbacks t(
in school work after the Christ- t
mas hoildays with out those that r
come from the failure of pupils to -
be back oq.the opening day. So
be sure that your children are at
school the day it reopens.
- Again the suggestion is made t
that 'Ihe News and Herald will d
prove a most desirable gift.for a r
friend at home and more especially p
for those who -have moved away a
from their old iome county, which a
they it-ut still lke with filial p
d6otion. Keep them in touch ij
with the county of their birth by C
sending . them the. old county x
i PCSAll the I al blanks and
legal printing at The News and
. - a
All parties indebted to us on r
account for 1905 and 1906 must y
come forward and arrange same i
by Jan. 1, 1907. as we 'will -make e
a change in our busines at that t
tie3. D. McCARLIEY & CO.
One .5ale to the Acre.
If you want to make. a bale to
the acre and who is it that does
not, plant.. Peterkin's.. Improved i
SCotton-seea. -If you ,do not care e
to take the trouble to order of i
the originator, J. A. -Peterhin,-at i
$1.00 per bushel, you can get .,
them from D. L. cStevenson, ']
I tevenson, selected with care 'and t
sacked at fifty cents per bushiel. t
800 bushels for sale - r
On the Move.t
There -is certainly some moving c
Mr. Chas. Douglass has jnst
moved into his new home on X an
derhorst street. Mr. S. C. John
ston will move in to the cottage
from which they moved.
Mrs. Johnston and Miss Lizzie
Johnston will occupy a part of
the Cathcart house on Congress t
Mr. Chas. Timms will make his
home in the Timms house on Col
Mrs. Boulware is going into
the McMaster hotel and Mrs.
Bankhead will go to the Stevenson
home on Sion street.
Mr. Jno. W. Cathcart is to take
the house.- vacated by the Bank
h6adsa and Mr. J. M. Jennings
will occupy his father's home. .1
Mr. G. W. Abbott is to occupy
the hiouse formerly accupied by
-Mr. Elder on Washington street
aid Mr. R. E. Richardson
will occupy the house vacated by
Mr. W. R. Rabb will soon be
*in the Rion house, which he
recently bought. It willbe only
a few days now till Judge Broom
and Mr. J. H. Gibson are each in
their respective homes now build
ing on Garden-street.
And if there were only more
homes there would still be addi
tional moving.- So the thing~ to
do is to get a inove on abd build
the new homes.
Por Over SIxty Years.
Mia. Wistow's sooTHING~ SYRUF
has been used for over 60 years mil
lion-i of - mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain; cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for Diarrho2a. It
will relieve the poor little sufferer im
mediately. Sold by druggiats in every
part of the world. Twenty-five cents
a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take
no other kind.
- A Second Explanation.
After the forms for the fr
page containing an explation f<
the early issue of The News an
Herald were on the press, we ha
a disappointment in not receivin
the ready print sheets. The
were put in the office at Cha:
lotte on time and were sent ot
on the right train, as reveale4
:hrough a long distance message
But as 29 was several hours late
)n Friday night it did not get t
Dolumbia till after 30 had left oi
3aturday morning. This is thi
econd time that this thing hai
iappened within the past foui
nonths. It is happening witi
>thers more often and ther
ught to be something done t<
iave the express on 29 put ol
tere. The delays on this occas,
on are very considerable. Let
he Commercial Club take th(
aatter up and see if they canno
et it adjusted.
W Have your Job Printinf
lone at The News and Heralc
ffice. First-class work. Prompi
elivery. Reasonable prices.
THE RAT DIDN'T DROP.
ut a tore -Suitable Public Hall is to Be
Had None the Less.
The need for a public hall in
Vinnsboro has been several timeE
rpressed in the wish that a rat
ould drop through the ceiling
f the present hall so that efforts
ould be made to have a hall
iat was partially in keeping with
2e.dignity and the size of the
>wn. Despite the fact t h a t
2ere were holes in abundance no
it ever made himself the occa
ion of securing the.. desired im
rovement. And as rats can not
e counted on except to make a
,oman run when they make
beir appearance, it has been
ecided not to wait longer on the
ats and go ahead for the im
rovements that are so much
esired. That this is to be done
t once will be received as a very
leasing announcement; in fact it
i almost good enough for a
hristmas present to the com
A lease for the present hall for
term of three years was signed
'riday by Messrs 7. . Des
ortes, S. D. Dunn and J. Frank
'ooshe. The hall is to be ceiled,
be walls are to be calcimined,
nd all the wood work is to be
ainted. Some changes will be
ade in the stage, so as to make
some larger than it. is at pres
nt. All the old .seats are to be
ken out and tlle hall will be
eated through oat with opera
hairs. A new piano will b e
ought. The room now used for
tailor shop will be used for a
icket and cloak room. The photc
allery will still be used for that
urpose, though it is to be over
aled. The building will have
lectric lights throughout. With~
bese improvements the hall will
e much more in keeping with
hat Winnsboro really needs.
'he gentlemen who have signed
is lease have not done so with
he hopes of any great financia]
ward. They will congratulate
hemselves if they are so fortunate
s not to lose anything in this
ffort to help meet the demands
f the town for a place for public
ntertainments. What they most
ope is that this small effort or
heir part will result in some
teps being taken at an early day
or a hall that will be altogether
reditable to the town, and while
i8 true that they.have this pro.
ierty leased they will gladly lena
heir best efforts to this muel
The work of making these im*
rovements will be pushed and
t is very much hoped that they
ill all be made by Feb. 1, the
ime Maro, the great magician, is
o be here.
Outwits The Surgeon.
A complication of female tr ou.
>les, with catarrh of the stomaci
od bowels, had reduced Mrs
[hos.8S. Austin, of Leavenworth
ud., to such a deplorable condi
ion, that her doctor advised ai
peration; but her husband fear
g fatal result, postponed this t<
:ry Electric Bitters; and to th<
~mazement of all who knew her
bhis medicine completely enre<
er.. Guaranteed cure for torpi<
liver, kidney disease, biliousness
jaundice, chills and fever, genera
debility, nervousness and bloo<
poisoning. Best tonic made
Price 50e at Jno. H. McMaste
& Co.'s drug store. Try it.
Persons wanting first clas
Carpenter WonK done, contrac
work by the day, address.
RBion, S. C.
A I work will receive promt
Pine Salve Carbolized, acts like~
poultice; highly anltisep)tie, extens$ivel
used for eezema. Sold by McMasti
, py C
1 We F
* , sellir
SiFThe News a n d Herald
Office has about 10 thousand
small colored statements that
will be printed at the low rate of
$1.75 per thousand while they
last. 2 thousand for only $3.00.
Get them right away.
It Is noticeable a cold seldom comes
on when the bowels are freely open.
Neither can it stay if they are open.
Kennedy's Laxative (containing)
Honey and Tar is the original Laxative I
Couzh Syrup. Tastes as pleasant as
maple sugar. Free from all opiates.
Conforms to the National Pure Food
and Drug Law. Sold by all druggists
E. C. DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, at
whose laboratory Kodol is prepared,
assure us that this remarkable diges
tant and corrective for the stomach
conforms fully to all provisions of the i
National Pure Food and Drug Law. I
The Kodol laboratory is a very large I
one, but if all the sufferers from. iidi-:
gestion and stomach troubles could
know the virtiesof Kodol it would be
impossible fo, the manufacturers to, I
keep up with the demand. Kodol is 1
sold here by all druggists.
ManZain Pile Remedy put up ini
convenient, collapsible tubes with noz
zle attachment so that the remedy may
be at once applied atj
the very seat of the trouble, thus re
lieving almost instantly bleeding, itch
ing or protruding piles. Satisfaction
guarant*ed or money refunded. Mc
Master Co's drug store.
King of All Cough Medicines.
Mr. E. G. Case, a mail carrier of
Canton Center. Conn., who has been
in the U. S. Service for about sixteen.
years, says: "Me have tried many
cough medicines for croup, but Chamn
berlain's Cough Remedy is king of all.
and one to be relied upon ever y time.
We also find it the best remedy for
coughs and colds, giving certain results.1
and leaving no bad after efi'ects." For
sale by Obear Drug Co. and all medi
"Pineules" (non-alcholie) mande
from resin from our Pine Forests, used :
for hundred of years for Bladder and.
Kidney diseases. Medicine for thirty
days, $1. Guaranteed to give satisfac
tion or money refunded. Get our I
guarantee coupon from the McMaster
Co's drug store.
Two days treatment free- Ring's.
Dyspepsia Table for impaired digestion,
impure breats, perfect assimunlation of
food, increased appetite. Do not fail to
avail yourself of the above offer.
Sold by McMaster Drug Co.
Of course you pay your money.,
Blut you get your money's woth
For whait does money mean to you
When Rocky Mountain Tea's on
Jno. H. McMaster & Co.
A man with a sprained ankle will
use a crutch, rest the ankle and let it
get well. A man or woman with an
overworked stomach can't nee a crutch,
but the stomach must h-m- r~t just
the same. It can bes r- -ted too w a bout
performs the digest ive wm~ k or i h ti ied
stomach n nd corrects th-- aIijce-I ige , -
p'-. Kodol filly roofLr).. to he
ol-l by all druggistM.
I1. o.ls t lhe body u ith wa:rmz. elo
again. lhiI, b - oc~k.v Mou .mz
Tea. 3-> cents. .ii:o 11. McMaster &
Long Tennessee Fight.
For twenty years W. L. Rawls,
of Bells, Tenn., fought nesu1l
-catarrb. He writes: "The .swel
ling and soreness inside my nose
was fearful, till I began applying
-Bucklen's Arnica Salve to the
sore surface; this caused it h e
soreness and swelling ty disap
pear, never to return." Best
savei exstence. 25c at Jno. H.
FRESH PORK SAUSAG
SMade from the best Tennessee
hogs. Another shipment ex
. pected to day. Best stall-fed.
a beef. For sausage, beef or:
y fresh fish phone or send to'
all! Our ClIstollic
i wish to extend our thank!
the large patronage given
ig 1906. To wish them a ;
bristmas and a hopefui
erous New Year. -
iromise our best efforts to I
3 the New Year prosperous
ig the best merchandise
Lble at low prices. Our air
to improve by seiling the 1
s at a close margin of pr<
nder the best possible ser
i honest, fair way and thu
ve your patronage. =
r our .bnutary L> rgain Li and
to N6 .. (... ::
xell Dry Goods
looe *l ee
All persons are warned not to hunt
Ish, cut timber, or permit their live
;tock to come on any )art of the land
Dwned or controlled by the undernign
ed, or trespass in any way. All tres
passers will be proseuted.
JNO. H. (ATHCA1RT.
All persons holding clams':
igainst Fairfield County for the
year 1906, will present them at
the County Commissio!ers of
ace for approval by Thursday,
3rd. day of January, 1906.
J. B. bURLEY,
Notice to Magistrates.
The attention of all Magi.,trates
is ca;'ed to the law requiring
them to present their books fo:
er%ination by th County C!.m
wi.ssoners and they will there fore
have their books ready for en
ination at the meeting of Board
o be held Thursday. Jan. 3rd,
J. B. BUL EY,
All p)ersonls are warned not to brt,
fish, cut. timber, or pernmit the'ir live
stock to come Oil any palrt of thme lanid
owned cr con1troledL by thme unoke sir?ne.
or trespass ill any way. .\!-i tresiu.: r
will be presecuted.F.. U.
Letters of Adrninistration!
State of South Carolina, 1
County of Fairfield.
By D A. Eroom, EDq., Prolste Judge:
Whereas, Josie S. Wilkes ha:th mamde I
suit to mie to grant her letters c.f 'ad
ninistration of the estate and effcts !
of Richard L. Wilkes, deemed: d:
These are, therefore, to chte andli :ld- i
monish all and singular the kindredI
and creditors of thme said Richa:rd ..
WiI,dceansed, that thley be and
hate, to be held at Fairfield (Court
House, South Cairolinia, en the 27th
lay of Decenliber next, aner ii ublica
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock ini tihe fore
nloon, to show eause. if anyv they h:avo,
why the said admIlinistralton .l1i)ul
L!ot beC grantedl.
Ghiven unmder iy hand,s this 1 :th day
of Decemnber, A. D. 190in.
D). A. JUR(OM,
12-19-2t, Judge of P'rob~ate.
STATEM ENT OF TH E CON DIT [ON
BANK OF FAIRFIELD,
Located at WVinnisboro. S. ( ., at thle
close of business D)ee. 20, 100
Loans and: discounts ..... .. 7 ,18 5
Deman d Loans ... . ... ...... 4,0 00~
Dverd rafts............4,7 -~'O
Furniture and fixtures...... ,G2
Other real estate .. 4. 47 4
Due from banks andi bankers 2 *'.50jw 62
(old...................... 1. 00
Silver, niekels and pennimes ... *7 02
Cheeks and cash items........ 1,1 il 1
Tot al ......... . ... ,22 51
SI A 1: E L TI I E
I pit al stockt p id in... ...f 04000 00
Und1(1ivided proflit 5,105s curle 4.lt
ex pennses and taxes p*. id .. Th 10
Due to Bainks and Banker ..... )9 90O
Individual deposits subject )
chell ...................... .... 47, V' 5
Savings depJosits 17i 79
Timle crti!i.ate ...... 1, 0
ahier's e}1eek- 3S E
Toti'i. ............ 12;.54.C.l 1
State of S.,uithi ( ar';hi a,
(Co..:nty of Firfinield.
I efore m:ie (:ame .1. il. .Jeinn in'.Z, 1
Cshier of~ lHamnk of F'air4deld.t wh be.
ing duly sworn, say thait the ab~ove
an d foregoin i st -atemen : is a ~ tru l' n
ditiomn of said bank, as shown by the
books of le in s:ad bank.
Sworn to andl sub(ncri' d'iCa Wr.
this 22nid dayv of Decemb.-.~ '.
W. H. FL N'a-:, [ L .
Rt. Y. TrnNEnt. )
D.V.WA-2(, - ir:ti
s to 2
.1fATEMENT OF THIE CONDITIO)N
SH E WINNSBORO BANK,
oeated at Winnsboro, S. C., at the
(lo.;e of business Dec. 20, 190i.
r.oans and discounts ...... ... $344.0-1 79
De-mand loans................... ....... 15,922 W
Iverdrafts ................................ 11,514 00
Bonds and st-cks owned by
the bank ............................ 15,370 O
:l! m. k.ing.ho.m .............. .,500 o0
ther real estate.... ....... ........... ' .50
D)ue froml banks .nd bankers 5."27., 1(;
:urrency....... 1.1 ,8 00
iold... ..................... ............. 32 0
Zilver, nikkeis and pennies.. 4.4!:v '12
heeks and (ash items ........... 3si 47
Total..............*... $4S1,524 7!
LrA BI1LITI i:s.
Z1pital stock paid in.............$100,000 00
;urpLL- fund ....... .... .... ......... 50,000 00
,;lndivided profits. eur
rent expenses and taxes
paid ........... ........................ ... 15,95 fo-) 2 4
Due to bjanks and bankers. 7I 36
Due unpaid dividends ...... 98 00
[ndivid!ual deposits subject to
cheek........... ....... ......'( 10,52 09
.avinlgs d eposits...............9. 921; 637
F ime certificates ................ 19,167 00
(ertit1ed checks......... .... 6 - 00
~ash ier's ch ecks............... 1,3
Kotes and bills rediscoun,tedi 12,500 00 -
B~ills payable.................22,500 00
State of South Carolina)
.Jefore me came James Q. Davis,
:.sher of Theb WXinnsboro Bank, who
bingr d uly sworn, says that the above
m.1 foregoin, s~ tatemient is a true con
lition of said b)ank, at shown by the
Jooks of tile in said bank.
JAM ES'Q. DAff,
Swvorn to and subscribed before mte,
his 22nd da.v of December, 19065.
W\. Gi. JORn)A N, [ L. S.]
Notary Public S. C.
A. S. D)oraLAss,
JTa~s. L. BaYsoN, D)irectors.
12-2>-1 -- -- -
TE ET OFTHE CO)NDITION
BANK OF RIDGE WAY,
'aeated at Ridgeway, S. (., at the
close of business Dec. 20t h.,, 19;0t.
ILoans an d discoUnts........... G4,1-il 66
)verdrafao...... ......1 20
Bonds d Stoek;s........ . ... 11,075 00
Biaiik House................. ... 1.742 91
%'rniture and F ixtu:re.... 1,7.~; 19
)ue from Ibanks and bankers 24,0% 78
*a;rrecy .............. .... 2,A:-: 00
i!ver, N ickles and Penies - 2,S2-> 11
L A 1;i I TI :8.
aital &Stock............5$,f60 00
.nd ivide~d Profits ............1:3,6;42 96
ndividuali De.po.its G0,0i3 99
Mtate of :auth' Carolina,
(Counity of Fairfield. i
Betore mceacam N. WV. Plmier,Cabhier
>Bank of Ridgeway, who being duly
worn, sayvs that the above :and f ore
eigsstmn is a t ruec cond it i' n of
:iid bar::k, as shiown by the bo(.ks. of
in sal bank.
N. WV. PATL EI,
.wor to nd siscribedI befor me,
i:i 20th. day ( of December, 1 PKA.
J1. B. Boy!), [ L. S.]
Notary Public S. C.
Correc(t At test:
W. 11. RCry,
I. ( . TI m,.M . s, Directors.
('!.V. P. \\'nav.
Notice to Greditors.
All 1 person.s having ch.:'m agt
I 'st''i, to the' u::dersained at Jrkn
'ille, S. (C.
B. If. YA!imOROUG Hi,
A. G. Quattlebaum,
wAinnrsboro, S. C.
Oilices;imic'as occuie.d i.yv the: late
D)r. B .J. Q:n!Xieaum.
F A LF-A good 'clung
ijitThi.cow fiesh in mniik. . ect
Wi~nndiero No. 1.