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A QUality Shoi
- That fall C
est Coat you ever
style. And alwa;
ipg that the m.d4
want you to see o
prepared to pay.
.adies' coats, $11
on one of
to Your s
Mr1.R Coemn ofFatrie
Mr.L and Mrs. Egene. Watodshave
~etzned from a visit to Gaffney.
Mr. Ernest Blair, of Great Falls,
spent Sunday here.
~AMisses Mary Frances Williford, Lu
-cy Doty and Lois McDonald are at
home from Chester, where they were
-guests of Miss Margaret White.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bryson, Dr. Bry
son and Mrs. J. A. Heustess and 1:ittle
daughter spent a day in Columbia
Mr.A. Lee Scruggs was hostess to
The Senior Bridge Club Fridny after
noon. After a very interesting gsme,
ices and cakes were served.
SMrs. Van Center returned home
~ rom a Charlotte hospital on Sunday
aternoon. We hope that Mrs. Cen
ter -will be steadily convalescent.'
The many friends of Mr. Ernest
Gladden are glad to see hinm at hcme
Mrs. W. H. Wiliingham was hostess
toteCultus Club last Friday after
*noon. French literature was studied.
A salad course was served the mem
*Miss Mary Castles has gone to
Barnwell County to teach.
Mrs. Jim Crawford spent Saturday
with Mrs. J. W. Edrington.
sss. John Bratton and Spencer
Mster and Misses Marion Bratton
IMary Frances Williford went to
bia Friday night to see "Comie
number of townspeople are in Co
da this week for the circus, to
Frieda Hempel at the Liberty
te, and various attractions.
issef Agnes Macfie and Gladys
eyreturned to Winthrop College
day morning, after spending the
-end ewith home folks.
Dr. V. P. Clayton of Shalton was a
ubsiness visitor in Winnsboro Wednes
Mr. T. A. Fairey is spending this
rweek in Florence at a ConventionI
niles and Stv
oat you have been
4ave been dreamin
Ks in your mind the
:l you want will be
ur new collection c
Coat is here, and at
. to $75. Childr
ion Decrees that Milady must wea
fall dresses. Brown is the favorE
We are showing beautiful neck p
-ian Wolf pelts. These furs are
Short Coatees the
plush coatees knee length with ti
ave risen to such popularity that
without one. To appreciate their t
ours. Theluxurious fabrics and s
ense of beauty.
ir notion section you will fin'd on di
-oidered vestings in lovely colors.
yles T w
Mr. A. H Brice of Woodward sect
ion of the county was a visitori
Winnsboro this week
Mr. W. D. Douglass spent Wednes
day in Columbia on business.
D. L. Stevenson, Esq, is attending!
a commercial meeting. in Florence this
Mr. J. W. Hanahan went over to Co
lumbia Wednesday on business. He
remained over Wednesday night to
attend a special Masonic meeting. 9
Mr. F. A. DesPortes and family1
went over Wednesday night for the 1
'Mr. Moses Clark of the Salem sect
ion of the county was a visitor in
Winnsboro this week. I
IBill Rabb and auite a number of
"the gang" went over to Cobrn~bia
Wednesday afternoon tgattendth
Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Walker were in ji
Cllumbia Tuesday night to attend b
the performance of the show at the1
Columbia Theatre, "Come Along." He bi
reported that if Bill Rabb had .been
here he would have "Gone Al'ong."
Messrs. Smarr and Woods went ov
Ier to Columbia for the circus Wed
Mrs. D.V. Walker left Wednesday
afternoon for Rock Hill to spent a
few days with her relatives there.
Rev. Lee McB. White, pastor First
Baptist Church of Chester, will speak 1
Sunday 11 a. m. at the First Baptist
Church on the "75 Million Campaign"
Mr. White-will also speak at Bethany
at 4:30 P. M. on the same sub.iect. All1
are invige to hear this gifted speaker
There will be services at the Epis
copal Church Sunday at 11 a.m.and
8:30 p. mn. At these services there t
will- be a special speaker in the inter- C
ests of the Nation-Wide Campaign. t
public is cordially invited. C
Bennettsville, Oct. 4.-Mr. and Mrs.
IJames Alexander Drake announce the c
engagement of their daughter, Annie
Lewis, to John Bratton of Winnshcro,
the marriage to take place in No
- planning for.
g of a Coat--the ni
features of color ai
Tre has been the te(
too expensive. V
f Fall Coats=-we?
just the price you'
en's coats, $2 to $2
r fur neck pieces with
d shade for furs this
ieces in the long hair
exquisitely lined with
immings of Furmosa
o-day no wardrobe is
eauty stop in and slip
ilk linings will appeal
splay the f;:,aionable
STATE FAIle BRIN~GS
MANY WAR TROPHIES.
everal Carloads of Government
Guns From Battlefield.
One of the biggest features of the
Jnited States government exhibits,to
>e shown at the Sate fair Ocober
~7-31, will be .made up of trophies and
~ther enemy material captured on the
attlefields of France by American
oldiers. The captured articles, in
hding almost everything from a big*
rench mortar to a canteen, have .just
een brought to this country and have
tever before been on exhibition. With
hem will be shown military and naval
quipment of the American forces, in
Eddition to displays from other depart
nents of the government.
The character of the display of cap
ured material is indicated by the fol
awing partial list:
Light and heavy machine guns;anti
ank guns, rifles, and carbines, small
rms ammunition, grenatenwerfers,
rench mortars, hand grenades, hel
nets of various kinds, sabers, officers'
nd enlisted men's canteens, shells.
.nd cartridge cases of various sizes,[
rench periscopes, gas shells, smoke
and grenades, smoke Dots, anti-gas
larm devices, field telephones and
witchboards, signal lamps,, breast
eels and trench lanterns.
Visitors to the exhibit will ."ave an
pportunity to compare the German
quipment with that used by thlei
imerican fighters. Among the artic-1
s furnished by the war department
f the United States ;rovernment are
Field gun and mount, trench mortar!y
ight and heavy machine guns. air
raft gun, rifles, trench hlemets.hand!
nd rifle grenades dummy cartridges
nd drop bombs, complete set of infan
ry equipment figures wearing differ
nt uniforms of the army, including:
he winter uniform supplied to troops 1.
n duty in Russia, live carrier pigeons
ome .of which saw duty on the fir-i.
ng line in France, national and reg:-,
.ental colors, insignia ad campaignl
adges, wireless telepho'e apparatus
nd various other equipment from the
rdnance department. quartermaster
orps, signal corps engineer corps,air
evice and medical department of the,
One of the feature exhibits is a col
ac-o ofS enared photograph3,.
"S. 0. S
We are prepared to res
nipping your straw. Come
in one of our new soft hats.
pany the new suit you are
Regal, the Big Word in i
shoes that insist on long Hf
come in and be fitted in a I
certain we have just the s
straight and swing last shoes
and black calf.
Others makes fo
seleted from -20,000 taken by army!.
photographers in France.
The navy will exhibit two complete
exhibition models of fighting ships,
and five small models showng the ap
pication of camouflage. Other naval
exhibits will be radio telephones, tor
pedoes an.their trucks, machine guns
and rifles, guns of the kind that were.
oounted on submarine chasers, Y guns
rorlaunching depth charges, projec
elesof various sizes and winter cloth-'
gg,including a set of the kind worn
n ubmarines. The marine corps also
illlexhibit a large number of articles:
Other exhibits will be shown from
e epartment of commerce and the
paatment of labor. Altogether the
>verm 1fent exhibit is expected to be
g geat aid in bringng the public in
osesrtouch with the activities and
- chieven3fts of the government. Two
eihgt cars are required to houl the
:hbits and 8,0'00 square feet of floor
sp in which to set it up.
SOHT THAT FARM YET?????
If you are looking for a farm to
re eon, or if you are looking for a
>odd safe investmfegt, there are some
-opossition on our list that wvill prove
tereseting. For instance-that tract
194 94 a~res just 1 1-2 miles from
innsbobro. 2 story Dwelling, and
entytytenant houses, etc. On public
9100 aere farm 2 miles from Winns
or-3 lhorse farm open, and ampler
ildingns. On public road.
90000acres, 16 miles from Winnsboro
~miles from Great Falls, public road
roughghthe place. Dwelling house,
idd two ]arge tenant houses. Near
turchese5and good school.
7112 ares 2 miles from Winnsboro
.onn public road. Will sell all or part
-AA splendid farm-3 miles from
idgeweay. 2 miles from Simpson
~~ain ColumbiaCharlot highway
9662 ares, 4 miles from Blairs, on:
-eddttoards Chester from Blairs
1444 ares, 8 miles from Rockton-on
iblicicrradsandy .soil. with red clay
>ttotm,,75 acres open. 100,000 feet
.w titimbr. Ample buildings.
117 are miles from Wallace
1ih, aabot 3 horse farm open, 20C,
417~.res2 iles f-----..- -sbem.
." For Straws!
ue you from the danger of Jack I
in today and let us fit your sky I
One that will be just right to ai
going to get. All shades.
............$2 to ..6.50
st Shoes For Men.
nen's shoes. If you appreciate sty
in spite of bad treatment you n
air of the new Fall Regals. We
tyle suitable for your foot. Eng
can be had in all the leathersIn br
.....$7.50 to $11.50
r men-Priced $3 to $6.50
public road thru place-very strong1
land, with plenty buildi'ngs.
22 acres-within 1-2 mieof Ridge
way, $35. per acre.
275 acres on Little River, at Kin
aid Bridge, $15.75 per acre.
And on down the list, you can find I
just most any price and size tract of'
land that yo.n will want. Prices are
right, and satisfactory terms can be
SMARR REALTY COMPANY
Winnsboro - So. Car.
WILL SPEAK AT UNION SER
VICES SUNDAY NIGHT. OCT. 12
Dr. George W. Young. Noted Preach
er. Reformer, Soldier, Southern
Orator and Gentleman.
Dr. Young comes into this State in
the interest of national f'rohibition,,'
and is a preacher, reformer, orator,
soldier and typical Southern gentle
He has been a fighter fromt his
youth up. As a Virginia boy he ran
away from home to join the famous
Stonewall Jackson brigade in the
Southern army. For several years:
e fought the Northern men, and later
urned his attention to the common
foe of both North and South-the liq
uor traffic. For nearly 25 years he
as. seen at the front in many of the
great be.ttles for Prohibition, and has
eped to capture state after state for
the dry forces.
He has carr.paigned on the stump
Quality Shop .'
or Prohibition, has conferred with
egislators, both state and national,,
nd probably knows as much about
rohibition, both general and specific,
sany man in America today.
Dr. Young is a Southern gentleman
fthe old school. His lank figure
d aristocratie- features -proclaimed
s place of residence without any an
>uncement to that effect.
Though now well alongin. years, he
till speaks with all the vio and
e of youth. His words are those
fone who knows exactly what he is
king about and mean's every word
Dr. Young has been connected with
e Anti-Saloon League work for a
ong number of years. He has tray
led over the whole of the United
tates in the interest of the work.
'w men in America have had a more
roinent part in fighting the liquor
raffi. He has had a great deal of
xeerience in the Jegislative branch
fthe work and has many Prohibi
on measures to his credit.
For seven or eight years Dr. Young
-as Assistant National Superintend
nt for the Anti-Saloon League.
He is profound in thought, original
expression and convincing iri logic.
e brightens and emphasizes all he
ays with a homely humor that makes
very minute of his address intensely
nteresting.-Homner W. Tope, Super
ntendent Philadelphia District Anti
DON'T FAIL TO HEAR HIM.
ARBURETOR-Salesmen, new car
uretorfor Ford. Ma.xvell and Dodge
ars. Simple. not a moving part, in
talled in 30 minutes, guaranteed to
ouble your mileage and start in zero
veather wit>out heating or priming.
Tur norw baek in 15 days if this
arburetvr does not do all we claim for
.Our agents all over the country
e making big money. Write U. &
.Carburetor Sales Co., Inc.. 3 South
Oth Street, Birmingham, Ala. 42-45
CARD OF APPRECIATION.
Mr. andj Mrs. John Milton Cozarc
Ridgeway wish to express their
fateful appreciation for the kindness
~their friends in their recent great
Dn't for<ret the F