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Price 25 cents if they cure===
Not one cent if they don't. C
This is the way we sell our 0. K.
They have been tried and found
O. K. for a cold. IV
Jno. H. McMaster & Co.,
More mules to ar-ive thisi
week, to be sold for less';
money than you can buyc
D. A. CRAWFORD.
Lanrels Uaae Sed
Poultry Netting. i
Big shipment just in.
J. W. SEIGLER.
The Best Load of Mules
that have hit Winns=
boro dirt this season.
Right frorn the blue=
grass fields of Kentucky.
Come to see themr and
you will be pleased.
Pleasing prices too.
.A. M. OWEFNS.
Wednesday, Jan. 24, 1906.
-Miss Grey Neil is spending a
w days at home.
-Mr J. M. Hammer of Colum
a spent Sunday in town.
-Mr. John Boag of Washing
)n is visiting his brother, Mr. J.
-Miss Chanie Coleman of
easterville is visiting relatives
-Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mayo
ive returned to their home in
-Miss Francis will leave today,
7ednesday, to visit relatives in
-Miss Anna McCanta has gone
Shelby, N. C., for an extended
sit to relatives.
-Mrs. S. M. Gladden and two
.ugliters, Misses Lucile and Ia
,, have returned from .i visit to
r daughter in Florida.
-The young ladies of the town
t a spirit of selfishness get the
tier of them and had a dance
.l to themselves Thursday eve
ing. And it is said t> have
en a right enjoyable occasioi.
-Postmaster Rion has been
nominated and will soon enter
pou his third term in charge of
e office here. The fact that
as no oppositiou to his reap
>intment is about the best enT
mee that he has given the very
est satisfaction to the public.
Guests Now Arriving.
The Colonial Inn is now open
id several guests have arrived.
e surroundings of this lovely
d colonial mansion have been
ry grently improved within the
ist few weeks by manyImprove
erts that have been made.
ther improvements are now
ader way, and when completed
ie inn will indeed be an attrac
e place. Every room will be
The meeting of the Library As
ciation callod for Monday eye
ing had to be postponed oli ac
)unt of the very inclement
eather. It will bo held to
Lorrow, Thursday evening in the
bespian Hall; and as the very
fe of the library in the future
pej.nds upon this meeting, it is
pecially urged that every one
iterested in the town having a
ublie library' will be there with
But It Didn't.
There was a good congregation
ali the churches Suinday morn
ga fact which may have been
e to the unusua~l spring-like
av for this season or the rumor
t had gained currency that
iore was going to be a surprise
tarriage at one of the church ser
ices oni that day. The wedding
dn't take place, but everybody
a there all the same, the youg
dis all in white dre.-ses just as
it weie Easter Sunday.
Important to h-ousekeepers.
I wish to say to the public that
row have a car of ico and am
ble to supply you with the same.
nd also to keep yo r meats on
e for you, I am now supplying
iv customers with the finest beef
er put on the m-rrhet here, stall
d Tennessee steers.
Jro. W. Ru-sell.
Notice is hereby given that a
ieeting of the stockholders of
he Bank of Fairfield will be held
t it place of business in~ tha towni
Winnsboro, S C., at 11 A. M.
hIe bt day of F'bruary, 1906,
rr the purpose among other
hings to coid~i~er the adv'isability
f increaing the capital stock of
W. R. Rabb, Pres.
T. W. Ruff, &.ct'y.
Pay Your Taxes.
The office of the county' treas
rer was closed for several days
he vast week in order that the
uditor might add the one per
'eut penalty on all unpaid taxes.
s trange as it rmay seem the
oll~ction of taxes hads not pro.
eded ia raIpid!y this 'ear asf
id lst, despiV the iict of the
tter fiuazwial cdittu. of the
role counitry ; and thin tardine:ss
n fot c'11tned to this couuty, ii
)IHis to juadgeq by' the reports he.
ug pub shel in other county pa.
> Prs. It will rot be~ mnlty days~
1l the treasurer 's ofi.e w 11 be
.OSed1 again, for on atll taxes not
:aid byv Feiu.vy 1 therei will
e a d av a pr cent. pen;.Oy
. 'hi,.4 uf theit imoth Soni wil dsave
(fur' If ite :idhtional penalty
,,ld ti-, <nuty ftiees a giaa
.?al of atiditiinl w.rk
> fein ctn onlyv be at tatinal in th<'
ate nd acbi' nt i it her o :e
mdii b~il hu allw ing theu hver tla
anne ~ ndoml reilty. V ] oIi rs. h
BANK OF FAIRFIELD
Will Open for Business Thursday
All preparations for the open
ing of Winnsboro's new bank an
about completed and the Bank o
Fairfield will begin busines:
Thursday morning, February 1.
The same day there will be held
a meeting of the stockholders for
the purpose of increasing the
capital stock from 830,000 tc
$50,000, all the increased stocle
having been applied for. This is
a sign of commendable confidenc
in this new financial institution.
Death of Miss Maggie flcMaster.
1iss Maggie McMaster died
Saturday afternoon at the home
of Mr. W. W. Ketchin, where she
was taken sick a few days bAfore,
while on a short visit there. Hei
health had not been good for a
year or two. She was about 44
years old. She was the third
daughter of the late Dr. J. R
McMaster. The following broth.
ers and sisters survive: Mrs. M
H. Boulwrre, Mrs. J. E. Coar
Jno. H , T. M., Misses Lau'.aan
Beulah McMaste, all of Wji r.s
Her remains were interred i
,the A. R. P. cemetery Suni a
I afternoon, the funeral services be
ing conducted by her pastor,B es
C. E. McDouald.
The pall bearers were: W G
Jordan, H. E. Ketchin, J. S. C: ith
cart. J. E. McDonald, J. P. C dd
well, R. C. Gooding.
Lost! I am lost to unders tant
why you don't follow your leadin
men by signing your name -.witl
their's on the register o1' Wi ins
boro's monthly Pressing club. Fe<
$1.00 per. month for ek3h niember
I Trousers pressing a speciaity.
Satisfaction and prompt service
guaranteed. S. I. Benson, pro.
prietor. Room in Thespian Hall
The Yellow Fever Germ
has recently been discovered. I
bears a close resemblance to the
malaria germ. To free the sys
tem fro m disease germs, thje mos,
effective remedy is Dr. King'i
New Life Pills. Guaranteed t<
cure all diseases due to malariE
poison and constipation. 25c al
McMaster Co.'s, and Jno. H. Mc.
Master & Co.'s, drug stores.
FAIRFIELD'S EXPENDITURES FOE
A Statement of Fairfield's ..xpense:
and Income for the Past Year.
Supervisor Burley has fur
nished us with the followin;
summarized statement of th4
county's expenditures for the pas
year and also an approximatt
statement of its resources, whici
is as near correct as can be had
till the final settlement with thi
treasurer is made:
MIagistrates and constables..$1.7~5 (
Salaries county otiicers..... 4,118(0
Court ex penses .............. 3,23 (0
Board of Equalization .......so0:3
Serving warrants out of
county ... ......... ...-- 31
Int. 01n old note W'Uoro k. 82 4(
(oroner extra expenses.... es 3.
Smallpox expense.. 482 53
Sheriff's jail report feed'ng
prisoners ............ ..... 3u0 01
Examination lunacy and
con veying to asylum... .. 110 Si
Magistrate's, constable's and
p~hy.sician's fee,hldg int. -180 :
Printing, stationery & book~s T:28 4
Public buidi..................... 891 Of
Poor ho si............ ..... ,t3 6 6:
Outs ido poor.............,.......... 1,426 0(
Roads a:'n Bridges
Building bridges & material 1,748 .51
W\ork on roads & road tools 1,710 (m
Chain gang ..................... 3,55 um
Ferries ........................ ...... 3 SS
Thbe total State cease fund is $11,087.62
and for roads and bridges $7,:310.84
The grand total is $25,402.1'9.
Taxes ........................... $ ,600 01
Dispnsary ............... 3,200 0
Costs and fees............... 100 ()
Commutation and road tax.... 68C 01
Oiler sources...... ............. 650 0
Total............. $0,70 0
A ea son~ableamount of food thorough
ly dige-.ted ansi properly ass.1nilate<
will alwvays increase the strength. I
your stomuach is a "little off" K~odo
Dyspepsia Cure will digest what yoi
eat and enable the digestive organs ta
- rsimilate and transform nil foods int,
iue-buildinig blood. Kodol relieve
S.ur Stomach, Belching, Heart-Burr
ad all forms of Indligcstionl. Palate
hle and strengthening. sold by al
MONEY TO LEND-on rea
estate. A. S & W. D. Douglas
This ailment is usnlly cause'd b;
riiunwtismu of the muuscles and manv Iu
ipredl by app~lying Chamuberlain's Pai:
Babdu two or three timles a day an
rubbing the parta vigorously at eae~
applic.alion. If this does not aflord re
ef,i ind on a piece of f anneli slighl;
dmilpt mtdw'~itb Pain Hahn, and aquie
relief is almuost sure to follow. For sal
l. Obear D)rug Co., andl all n~ediciin
FOR SALE - One good milc
cow ; grade Gueinsey, with ex
tra fine Leifer calf. Also
l eautifully marked Pointe
pups, six 'w, eks old, entitledt
r egistration. R1. C. Stevensor
Stevenson, S. C.
The seret of supessfully riddig tb:
estemu of a cold is a thorough evaet
ation of the bowels. Kenneiody's La:
tive lioney and Tar doeus this-iqui
-Cold Cure,'drives all cold (out (of tb
svttmI. Be'st for Coughs, Croup, eti
bold by allI dealvrs.
The Lucky People.
'iThe fin.e prizes we advertised to give away January
ist were drawn as follows:
Sewing Machine 1876 Alexander Bell, Mitford,6
Cook Stove 3949 Aleck Baten, Jenkinsville.
Tea Set 3447 T. W. Shedd, Monticello.
.Hanging Lamp, 5441 D. H. Robertson, Winnsboro.
Arm Chair, 144 M. B. Martin, Monticello.
Rocking Chair, 2266 John A. Gibson, White Oak.
The Bicycle number, 962, has not yet been brought
in. Whoever holds this number will confer a favor on
Ius by bringing it in.
is now on and will continue to Feb. 1.
This is the great opportunity of the
year and you be sure to get here. You
can save a lot of money at this sale
and it will pay you to come, rain or
Caldwell Dry Goods Co.
New Furniture Store.
I have opened a furniture store
in my large new building just south
of Jno. H. McMaster & Co., and
have just put in a very large and
well assorted stock. I shall be
pleased to have you call and see me
before supplying your furniture
H. E. KETCHIN.
A given number of acres fertgized with Farmers' Bone produce a
greater yield of cotton, than the same acreage with ordinary fertilizer.
Farmers' Bone does more thr.n that. It makes it possible to reduce
the acreage and increase the yield. Try it this year. The man
Made With Fish
has twenty-one years of fertilizer expcrience back of him. Over
13,000 carloads of Royster fertilizers were used on the crops 6f 1905.
This volumC of htosiness stamps Farmers' Bene the best.
L.OOK AT OUR TWENTY YEARS' IE00RI
- 3 1895-2,O00 TONS
) 1900-58,455 TONS
- ~ Coumba aS.C. F.~ 3. ROYSTE UANI U0. Macon,*e C.