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Local and Personal
Mrs. Amos Davis is visiting in Con
cord, N. C.
Rev. and Mrs. 0. J. Frier returned
Friday from a visit to Allendale.
Miss Nan Neil is visiting Mrs. W.
M. Hagood in Easley.
Miss Kate Doty, of Converse, is at
home for the summer holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McMaster are
moving to their farm near town.
W. 0. Brice of the Citadel arrived.
.t home Saturday for the summer
The Freshman class at Winthrop
College are expected home the last
of this week.
Misses Ethel and Helen Williams
have returend from visiting in Kings
MQuntain and Charlotte, N. C.
rs. D. F. Sanders and little Hamil
to . returned Wednesday : to their
hone in Springfield.
Xiss Kate Traywick has returnedi
toiBlacksburg, after a visit to Mrs.
,Mr. James M. Smith, Jr., is. at home
from the Presbyterian College, Clin
ton, for the summer vacation..
. M. Jordan, Jr., class of 1918,
Clemson College, has entered the of
ficers' training school at Camp Sevier.
Mr. and Mrs. George Clowney and
little Emma Jean spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. Milo Martin.
Mrs. T. F. Cartwright left for
Greenville where she will join Lieut.
Cartwright, after a visit to her par
enits, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Holley.
Thirty-five young men left for
Camp Jackson Saturday morning. A
large crowd went to the station to see
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gooding, from
Pittsburgh, spent several days with
Mr. Gooding's parents, enroute to their
new home in New Orleans.
Misses Mary Frances Williford, Lu
cy Doty and Irene Curlee have been
in Great Falls, for a house party at
the home of Miss Myra Ruff.
Robert Y. Turner, Jr., recently
graduated from the Citadel, after
spending a few da'ys at home, has en
* you put
U* For the next ten da
Ua $10.00 Kool Kioth Me
* And c"'very best
We have just recei
sted and Blue Serge
A good line -of Mer
I $2.25, $2.50.
U We are selling Mer
U* buy them. Look at
U* By buying last fall
* rect from mill agents
U* at'the very low price
ii THE ST(
tered the' officers' training camp at
Camp Grant, Rockford, Ill.
Millers certificates printed.and for
sale by 0. E. Crowson, Winnsboro,
Mr. Edwin Sloan spent a few days
recently with his parents, Mr. and Mr.
E. D. Sloan, before leaving for Nor
folk, Va. This young man has
given up his position in Columbia
to do government work in engineering.
Miss Nannie Jordan, after a visit
to her brother, Capt. T. M. Jordan
and her sister, Mrs. Mary Creight
returned on Tuesday to her home ir
Mrs. M. E. Caldwell informally en
tertained some neighborhood friend&
at a sewing party Friday afternoon ir
honor of Mrs. Glover Jordan of Co.
lumbia. Salad, sandwiches and ter
The junior class of Mt. Zion Schoo:
entertained the seniors at a receptior
Friday evening at the home of Mr. ani
Mrs. J. E. Coan. Punch was servec
by Misses Coan and Hanahan. Mucl
interest was displayed- in auctioneer
ing the girls for supper partners.
Mrs. Hattie Hanahan entertaine
on Wednesday of last week with z
sewing party in honor of Miss Harriel
Irvine of Washington, D. C., who ha.
been visiting Mrs. Stewart W. Heath
Refreshments of ice cream and cak(
Mrs. 0. P. Bourke, of Georgetown
is a visitor at Mrs. Kennerly's. .
The Food Administration no longe:
furnishes the miller with printed cer
tificates. These can be obtained fron
0. E. Crowson.
The first Baptist Church here
planning to have a protracted meet
ing, beginning June 16th, in whicl
Evangelist W. D. Wakefield, of Shel
byville, Ky., will aid the pastor, Rev
0. J. Frier. The prayers and co-op
eration -f all Christian people, wh(
desire uv see- souls saved and true re
ligion revived in Christian hearts an(
lives are desired, whether in town oi
All persons are hereby warne
against tresspassing on the land,
owned by the undersigned in any man
ner whatsoever. All violators of thi,
notice will be prosecuted.
Mrs. A. G. Martin.
Sdays turn h4
ts for men ar
on one you
ys we are going to put on sale
n's Suits at.............W
ved some extra special Men's 'V
Suits at $17.00, $20.00, $22.50
s Wash Pants at 75c, $1L00, $1
s Work Shirts for less than we
these pieces, 69c, 85c, and $1.00
for spring business in case lots
,we can offer you Men's Union E
of 50c, 75c and $1.00 per garmex
RE OF POPI
Hartsville, May 26.--Miss Sallie <
Beard an William Ketchin were mar
ried Wednesday morning, May 22, at
6:30 o'clock at the residence of the
bride's father, H. E. Beard, the Rev.
J. T. Fowler, pastor of the bride, of -
ficiating. Only the members of the
families witnessed the ceremony.
Mrs. Ketchin is an attractive youn.
woman and is the youngest daughter
of H. E. Beard. Mr. Ketchin came here
from Winnsboro some months ago and
since then has been employed with the
Pedigreed Seed Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Ketchin left for
Winnsboro and other places. On their
return they will make their home with
D. A. R. OfFICERS ELECTED.
The Thomas Woodward Chapter D.
A. R. held their annual meeting with
Mrs. Matthew W. Patrick at her home:
at White Oak on last Friday after
- The following officers were elected::
Miss Sue Doty, Regent.
Mrs. M. W. Patrick, Vice-Regent.
Mrs. S. W. Heath, Registrar.
Mrs. F. M. Gadsden, Treasurer.
Mrs. F.' A. DesPortes, Correspond
Mrs. L. D. Wells, Recording Secre
Miss Alice Walker, Histo.rian.
After the business meeting severi
guests were invited to enjoy the social
hour. Two new meibers were re
ceived, Mrs. W. D. Parkinson and
Mrs. John H. Cathcart. A contribu
tion of $20 was made to the Red
Mrs. Patrick served pineapple ice
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
We, the members of Sion Church
Session, wishing to- give expression t
I the esteem in which we held our fellow
Elder and brother, Jas. Glenn Mc
Cants, do hereby adopt the following
Whereas, we sincerely mourn over
the death of Mr. McCants, yet we
"sorrow not as those who have no
hope," for we believe "it is well with
his soul," and we rest in the hope that
"some time we shall meet again" in a
blest eternity; therefore, be it
Resolved 1. ~That we commend his!
faithful attendance upon the services
of God's House, his fidelity as super
intendent and teacher in the Sunday
t and the sun
d boys are mo:
don't feel as
)ur We can still sell you Men
.98 old price of 50c.
98 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
A big selection of Men's]
!or. 85c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and
nd Have just received some
$4.50 and $5.00. Also a ne
like shoes for ladies .....
Other new Shoes in Whit
-. Oxfords, Kids, Pat and Tar
For ten day only we are p
di- good. quality Dress Chamni
its cales, Galateas, at 19e per
school, his wise and conservative
:ounsel as an elder, his willingness to
;erve at his church's call.
2. That we tender to his family
;incere sympathy and commend them'
;o the love of the Father who is the
;ource of all true love and comfort.
3. That a copy of these resolu
:ions be sent to the family and a page
>f our Sessional Record Book be suit
bly inscribed to his memory, and that
-hese resolutions be published in the
NKews and Herald.
Geo. G. Mayes. Mod.
W. A. Beaty.
J. N. Caldwell.
R. V. Bray.
W. D. Douglas.
J. C. Buchanon.
Jas. M. Smith, Clerk
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL CAM
PAIGN NEXT WEEK.
Every church and Sunday School is
urged to cooperate in the great con
tinent-wide campaign, beginning next:
week, for the purpose of emphasizing!
the -religious education of children,
which will be conducted under the aus-!
pices 'of the Elementary Division of
the Interdenominational S. .$. Asso
This campaign provides for the en
listing of all children and adults in
some Sunday School, through visiting
committees. These committees will
visit every home in town to ascertain
who are in Sunday School and who
are not; if not, what church preferred,
etc. A complete census will be made
not forgetting the cradle roll.
On Monday afternoon, June 3rd, at
5 o'clock, the committees will begin
their canvass, as follows:
Ward 1-Miss Claudia Buchanan,
Ward 2-Miss Gene Smith, chair
Ward 3-Mrs. Clowney, chairman.
Ward 4-Mrs. J. L. Robinson, chair
Complete lists will be announced
from the pulpits Sunday, and an
rouncements made relative to a spec
ial mid-week service and a sermon to
A special request is made that.the
whole town be "at home" to receive
the Sunday School visiting committee
on Monday afternoon.
FOR SALE-Mowing machine (Mc
Cormick). Price $25.00. E. D. Sloan.
re highly. appi
if you are ii
's Dress Sport Shirts at the
Iegligee Dress Shirts at 75c,
pretty Dull Kid Pumps at
w lot of those soft lite, glove
........ ..... .......$4.00
e Boots, White Pumps, White
s coming in.
tting on sale 100 pieces extra
>rays, Dress Ginghams, Per
rard. Only 10 yards to custo
The News and Herald will carry
short announcement cards in each is
sue. from the date of insertion till
the first Primary. For County offices
the charge will be $5.00; for State
and District offices the charge will be
$7.50. These charges are payable in
For County Superintendent of Edu-!
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of County Superin
tendent of Education, subject to the
rules of the DerQocratic primary. I
pledge myself to abide by the result
of the primary and-support the candi
dates of the party. Having had 15
years' experience as a superintendent
of schools, I feel qualif t serve in
Thos. M. Seawell.
I am a candidate for reelection toi
the office of County Superintendent of
Education, subject to the action of the'.
W. W. Turner.
To th Democratic Voters of the Fifth
I respectfully ask to be renomina
ted and re-elected to Congress from
this District and agree to abide the
result / bf the Democratic Primary
I will not be able to spend much
time in the District this summer, be
cause of the great amount of impor
tant legislation growing out of the
war situation, but will attend meetings
in the District ;ienever pbssible. It
is absolutely essential for Congress
men to - be at their posts at this
time. W. F. Stevenson.,.
I hereby announce my candidacy for.
the office of County Supervisor, sub
ject-to rules governing the primaries
in this State.
I pledge myself if elected to give
my entire time and energies to the
duties of the office.
J. G. Wolling.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Supervisor of
Fairfield county, subject to the action
of the Democratic primary.
M. C. Boulware.
ri a furnace.
The place to get C. M. C. and R.
Butterick Patterns carried in
Kabo, the live model Corset, i:
New lot just received.
A big lot of Laces and Embroit
Ladies', Misses', Children's and
We carry a big stock of Misse:
3 OF POPULA
or========iU.E UUss EUIEEUERI
I hereby annouce myself a -cau
date for the office of Supervisor; sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
primary, pledging myself, if eleced,
to give all my time to the duties r-f the
office (public roads, bridges, institu
conduct the affairs of our county in
the most economical manner possible.
G. G. Steele
Believing that the people should in
terest themselves in selecting the best
men to represent them in the Legis
latur, we, the many friends of Mr. J.
W. Hanahan,. believing that he pos
sesses qualifications in- every way
fitting -him for the office respectfully
present his name to the voters of
Fairfield County for this. important
position, subject to the rules govern
ing the Democratic Party.
In view of the 'faithful, intelligent :
rec rd of Mr. C. S. Ford as a1est
lator afd his general fitness for same
we respectfully nominate. him as a'
candidate for re-election to the Leg
islature from this county, subject-0
the rules of the Democratic primai&
MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS&
Notice is' hereby given thaias
annual meeting of the stockholders'l,
The News and Herald
Company was held at the regular dat
for such meeting,,we the undersignid
representing a majority of the capita
stock of said company, hereby call an
annual meeting of the stockholders, tf
be held Tuesday, June 11, 1918, at 3
o'clock, P. M., at -the office -of, sai
company. Said meeting is called foW
the purpose of electing officers and
directors and . making necessary arF
rangements for conducting the co
Mrs. T. M. -Set eU,.
T. M. Seawell,
P. M. .Dees,
MZ15. P. m. Dees.
FOR SALE or TRADE-A few extra
good milk cows.. A. M. Owens.
VS SMLE BY
OBEAR DRUG COMPANY:,
M. C.Crocet Tread
i al thepoplar ize
'and Chldens oeay
eresa 5 pryad p