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It's a heavy strain on mother. 4 Her system is called upon to supply nourishment for two. Some form of nourishment that will be easily taken up by mother's system is needed. Scoffs Emulsion contains the greatest possible amount of nourish ment in easily digested form. Mother and baby are wonderfully helped by its use. 4 ALL DRUGGISTS: SOP- AND $1.00 4 SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS.' That's w h a t everybody knows this store as, and that is just what it is, the very place whereSanta Claus can get his every want supplied. Our stock of Toys embraces everything for the boys and for the girls too. : : : : Large stock of Fruits, Rai= sins, Nuts and Candies.... S pl e n d i d assortment of Cakes and Crackers. : Fruit Cake lngredients==Rai ) sins, Nuts, Citron, etc. Fruit Cakes aso.: : : * . A. WH ITE, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. F Xmas Goods!! j - Xmas Goods!!! 3See our Line Before You Buy. i McMaster Co. Unxder Win nsboro Hotel. BUG(GIES AND HARNESS Another big Ship ment just in. Some Extra Good Bargains J.0. BOAG. Sash, Doors, Blinds-and Building Material ORDER BY MAIL FROE COLUMBIA LUMBER & MFG. CO., coI,s ILOCAL INTELLIGENGE Wednesday, December 19, 190E -Mrs. S. C. Johnston is visit in Ler sister at Rossville. -Mr. J. S. Land of Columbia spent a few hours in town yester day. -Rev. A. McA. Pittman of Greenwood was in town yester day. -Mr. Henry Pressly of Colum bia spent Sunday with relatives here. -Mr. Lex Durham has re turned home from a visit t o frien.s in Greenville. -Miss Margaret Flenniken of Due West is at the home of her pareLts to spend Christmas. -Miss Emma Ayers of Vir ginia, is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. M. Holladay. -Miss Mattie Martin of Green ville, is expected in a few days to spend the holidays with her mother. -Miss Janie Blaine of Black stock, spent a few days of the past week with Mrs. John S. Cathcart. -Mrs. Addie Williford leaves in a few days for her old home at Edgemoor where she will spend the holidays, -Mrs.. J. Frank Fooshe left yesterday for Spartanburg where she will spend a few days with her parents. -Messrs J. W. Hanahan and G. W. Ragsdale were in Colum bia last week attending t h e supreme court. -Miss Isabel Pixley has re turned home from New York, where she has been taking a course in music. -J. Frank, Jr., and Stafford Fooshe left yesterday for Coro naca to spend the holidays with their grandparents. -Dr. John Buchanan and fam ily and Miss Elizabeth Robert son left Monday night to spend the holidays in Florida. -"Tables Turned"or a "Christ mas for Santa Claus" by the pu pils of Mt. Zion at Thespian Hall, Thursday evening, Dec. 20. -Mr. A. M. Owens left for At lanta Sunday night where he is to buy a carload of horses and mules. See his ad. next week. -Messrs. Roy Habenicht, Dav id Bryson, Cecil Clarke and Frank Jordan are home for the holidays from the, Atlanta~ Medi cal College. - Take your dinner on Christ mas eve with the ladies of the Baptist church at the armory. Dinner or supper at 25 cents. Oysters the same. -The ladies of the Episcopal church will give an entertainment at the Colonial Inn on Friday evening, Dec. 28th. The pro gram will be announced later. -Have you found a pair of eye glasses? If so, bring them to The News and Herald office so that they may be returned to the owner, who is not the editor. -There will be npore moving here in the next few days than in niany years. The pity is that there are not enoug houses to supply the demand i-~ homnes. -Miss Kate Mellichamp, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. John H. McMaster has returned to her home at Ridgeway. She was accompanied by Master John H., Jr. -Mr. D. H. Wise of Aiken was here Monday to make the annual settlement for the comptroller general with Treasurer Scruggs. Everything was found in good shape.. -Mt. Zion closed yesterday for the holidays. The next session will begin Jan. 2, 1907. Messrs Thornwell and Fulp will spend their holidays at their home at Fort Mill. -"Books are to the mind what meat is to the body", so come to the play ''Tables Turned,'' which is to be given by the pupils of Mt. Zion for the benefit of - their library, which is in need of some new books. -Mrs. Neil Pressly and daugh ter, Miss Jannie Rosborough and Rev. Grier Pressly and wife,. left last week for Tampico, Mexico. Rev, and Mrs. Grier Pressly will stay two mionths with Rev, and Mrs. Neil Pressly, -Mr. L. A. Bye with hhi family will move to Rion this week where Mr. Bye is empolyed. It is with much regret that we . give up such people who by theii good deeds and cheerful mannei help to brighten our town. *.. --Mr. Robt. N. McClure died~ at the~ home of his brother-in-law, Mr. W. M. Gladden, in Richland Monday, Dec. 9th. He w a about 50 years of age. He left children. His remains were in, terred at Pisgah church in Rich land. --On Christmas eve the ladies of the BaptisL church will begii at 1 o'clock the serving of dinnel and continue through the evening Dinner or supper 25 cents. Oys ters at same price. ,The armor: cver the bank the place. --Tables Turned" to be give at the Thespian Edal for the bene fit of the school library by th pupils of Mt. Zion, Thursda, 6vening at Thespian Hall. Th books bought will be for the bet terment of your child at school ai well as for your neighbor's child -The Ladiss' Missionary So ciety of the Presbyterian churci held their annual society at Mrs. W. C. Beaty's last Thursda3 evening. A very pleasant time was spent over a delightful supper and much interest was taken in opening the mite boxes. About $25 was collected. -Capt. T. M. Jordan has now taken charge of the office o f superintendent of education. Mr. D. L. Stevenson leaves the school affairs of the county in g o o d shape, far better than they were when he first took charge of the office. He will for the present travel for the Caldwell Cotton Planter, a machine of unequalled merit that is meeting with great popularity, as evidenced by -in creased sales. Maro, The Magician. Maro, the magician, and his saxophone quartet, who have been engaged for an entertain ment in Winnsboro are to be here on the night of February 1. This is perhaps the greatest attraction ever brought to Winnsboro and it should be most liberally pat ronized. For Lebanon School. On Friday evening Dec. 21, the pupils of Lebanon Graded School, will give an entertain ment beginning at eight o'clock. A small admission fee will be charged. R. F. D. Carriers To Organize. There will be a meeting of the R. F. D. Carriers of Fairfield County at the Court ,house, of Winnsboro, Jan. 1st, 1907, at 10:30 o'clock for the purpose of or ganizing a county association. All carriers are urged to b e pren Chas. D. Wilson, R. F. D.-Carrier No. 2. -For a good dinner or oyster stew on Christmas eve go to the armory, where the ladies . of the Baptist church will serve you a dinner or a good oyster stew for 25 cents. Box Rent Reduced. Under a recent order of the ost office department for the urpose of securing uniform box ent in the various post offices of he same grade there is t6 be a eduction in.:he box rent in many owns. Winnsboro comes in on his list. Beginning with the ext quarter, Jan. 1, 1907, the ent for boxes at this office will e as follows: for small lock oxes 35c, for medium lock boxes 45c, for drawers 60c. Fir. Baker to Wed. This evening at her home in amden, Miss Deas Lang will :ecome the wife of Prof. IL. T. Baker, of the Uuiversity of South~ arolina. Ntiss Lang is well known in Wiznsboro, where she as visited several times within the past few years, having made many friends here, by her most pleasing manner and charming personality. Mr. Baker was for three years superintendent of Mt. Zion and is one of the most progressive and well equipped young men in the teaching profession in the state. He is very popular and his friends congratulate him on his good fortune. Mr. and Mrs. Baker will leave at once for an extended trip to Washington and other points north. For Over Sixty Years. MRs. WINsLow's SOOTHING SYRUP has been used for over 60 years by mil lions of mothers for their children while teething, with nerfect success. It soothes the child, so?tens the gums, allays al! pain; cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. .It will relieve the poor little sufferer im mediately. Sold by druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and tak( no other kind. Pupils required to be Vaccinated. In compliance with the recen decision of the State Medica Boad, requiring all school child ren to be vaccinated, the pupili of Mt. Zion will be required t< present certificates saying tha they have beon vaccinated withiF the last five year?. These certifi cates will be collected the firs week of the session, beginning Jan 2nd, 1907. If the famil: physician thinks that vaccinatiol will be detrimental to the healt: of any child, the law provide that as certificate from him to thi effect excuses the pupil. A: parents are earnestly regnestei 1to see that these requirement Sare carried out as the superinter dent has been instructed by th trustees to requ.ire these certif cates. J. H. Thornwell, Jr., Supt. DesPorte WHOLE Dry and( Brid Wagons Victor, Ti anc Speaking Frankly. "By the way, sir," asked the waiter, "how would you like to have your steak?" "Very much! indeed," replied the mild man, who had been patiently waiting for twenty minutes.-Philadel phia Press. Disarmed, But not Disabled. "I thought it was a good time to ask the old man for his daugh ter. He is suffering from a re cently broken arm." "Well." "I found I made a mistake in nt waiting until he broke a leg." -Cleveland Plain Deale., There is no reasonable excuse fr any man to live in a town if c e does not like it. If you have o word of commendation to say f your town, its institution or eople, emigrate. You won't stop te town clock by going away. Bab he church bells will have the Dril ame musical ring, the little dogs H*a ill play just as well and the -r2 fesh* air, bright sun shine and parkling water will have the ame healthy properties. Speak Col ood word for your neighbor if ou can, if you cannot, don't ever E elarge on his faults. If you have ecomte thoroughly disgusted, is ove away; go where things will und uit you. tee capi Things for Girls to L.earn. 10 e .. - day The modern girl's education 'is OW icomplete useless she has learn- 12 dto: Sew, Cook,T Mend, folk Be gentle, for Dress neat, Fet Keep a secret; regi Avoid idleness, will Be self reliant,..g Darn stockings, reti Respect old age, I. Make good bread, 1 Keep a house tidy,ua Make a home happy, Be above gossiping, P Control her temper, Take care of the sick, . C Take care of the hah y, 9. Sweep down cobwebs Read the very best books, Ja Take plenty act;ve .x'-'reis", B" lig't hearted, flee-t footed, 3 K~.'p ch.ar of trashy literatu?e, JiN Wi,en the has learned n!l this, Jai if she dloes not grow wings to fly ( away to a better laud, sh'e ':ll i ma'esme m-n a most excellent wife. Jai Why put off your shoring till Christmas eve? It . makes it. da harder on you and on the clerks F too. F I- Fe LOST-A small brooch in the . shape of a flower (orchid) with da 1jewel set in same. Rewardif d left at The News and Herald office. . 11 SFOR SALF-A good young milch cow fresh in milk.' Strict aly number one. J. R. HARVEY, Winnsboro No. 1. d SNotice to Creditors. All persons having claims against -the estate of Mrs. E. J. Yarborough, deceased, will present the same, duly attested, to the undersigned at Jenkins vile, S. C. B. H. YARBOROUGH, Executor of the Estate of Mrs. . . J. s Mercantille Go. SALE~ AND RETAIL: Gioods~ Crockery iroceries, Hames, es and Saddles. at Cost to Close. Agents for I Records. Cash Sale! Open Buggies = = = = == $35.00 Top Buggies ='= = = = = = $41.00 We have a carload of them at these'prices, but'going fast. GREGORY=CONDER MUI,E CO., 117 PIain Stre&Ct OIUMBIA, S. C. TTON GINNERS AND MACHINERY .OWNERS Write for pyices on tlie~ following bit Couplings Gauges Lubricators .Belt, Gundf ls Gag Cocks Oil Cups Belt, Rubber Drill Press k Saws Oil Cans Belt, Leather Eectors Hamers ings Injectors Pipe Fies l'i~ eys - a Leather Packing all kinds, Shafting;: Collars for shaafting an<d nything else in machinery supplies. [umbia Supply'Co, - - - - Columbia, s,C looks of Subscription. Notice of Sale of Land, otice is hereby given that the By virtue of authority to me given ersigned Board of Corporators of by a power of attorney executed by Owens Live Stock Company will Georg H. Timms, I will offer for sale the books of subscriptions to the to th highest bidder on the FIRST tal stock of the said company at MONDAY IN JANUARY, 1907, be 'clock in the- forenoon on the 20th fore the Court House door in Wmnns of December, 1900, in A. M. boro, between the legal hours of sale, ms' officc in the town of Winns- the following tract of land, to wit: > S. C. L. E. OWENS. All that certain tract of laud, con -19-t A. M1. OWENS. taining Ninetythree Acres, more or ____________ . ~ less, yig.and situate in the County of NOTICE. -Fairfiel and State of South Carolfna, ______bounded on the east by land of George be Auditor or Deputy will be at the Rtobertson, on th.e south by other land >wing places on date mentioned. of George H. Timms, on the west by the purpose of taking tax returns jland of Samuel Timms, and on the he fiscal year 1907. The limit is north by the Kmncaid Bridge Toad, re ruaryv 20thb. All are respectfully 'serving a right of way throug said' ested to attend so a full return tract of land for the use of said Gog be made. Upon all returns not H. Timms, his heirs and assigns fer, le by the 20th. of February, the ever, to the- adjoining tract of land requires that-50 .pers.ent. -of. last no ~ on g -g. t;the saW..roge H. rn will be added. - - -li~ -, . umpkin's Store, Tuesday, January Terms of Sale-One.third cash, the balance of purchase money on a credit. of ankhead's Store, Wednesaay, Jan-I one and two years, in equal annual in v .stalments, with interest, from day of itford, Thursday, JTanuary 3. sale at eight per cent per annum, pay ea's Store, Saturday, January 5. able annually, to be secured by bond insbora6, Mob df Jaliuary 7. of purchaser andd1mortg of the premn tevenan'd, Tuesday, January S. -. 1ses,and te PaZ for all .M. Ladd's, WVednasday, January jnecessary pape an reodng the same. T. K. EL DAOTT, ~uckhead, Thursday, January 10. 12-19tf Attorney in Fact. easterville, Friday and Saturday, 1..FErst,d Monday, January 14. T eDaylight . L. Rosborough's, Wednesday, innsbo, Friday -aud ISaturday, ''..orner. : uar"1Sand-19. - - - .-. - -. -. rreenbrier, Monday, January 21. j- . ossy Dale, Wednesday, January 23. enkinsville, Thursday, January 24. . Iontidilo- Friday and Saturday, nary . and 26. isro, Monday, Japuary 28. ~. . Don't put off'your ~impson's, Tuesday, Janary 29. Xmnas Buigtoo idgeway, Wednesday and Thurs- B yn , January20Oanld131. - ..> a - k )0g,. b s y-, np$v Iythewood, Friday and Saturday, hl O a d bruary 1 andl 2. w ieyucn~ ~Vinnsboro, Monday and Tuesday, your pick. Goods ruar .an(lit store, Wednes- cominig every day. y, February 7. I think I can suit - on town, Reeve's store, Thurs- yu fDi hr y, Februarv 6. yu fnt hr 3enterville' F'ridar, February 9. is no harm done, M. L. Cooper's, Monday, February so come and see Woodwrd, Thursdov. February .14. what 1 have got in White Oak, Friday,February 1.5tesaeo Winboro, Saturday, February 16. Park's Store.. Monday, February 18.S Winnsboro, Tuesday and We<dnes-- Dolls, Glassware, Ciria y,.FbruayPAGAndN,.Pictures, Photo Frames. 12-5tf AuditorF & (u'nty. Also a few Dry Goods and A. G. Quattrebaum, UneWar Yours for Business, 1 Dentist,. w1irIr,eoro, s. C. of~a- --. -., b. LstoIIANAT I kEY .