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NEWS FROM TIE
(Continued from page one.)
t. m on the local diamond. This will
b.. a corking good game. There is
the keenest rivalry between the two
On next Sunday morning Rev. Geo.
C. Gibson, pastor of the Mill Bap..
tist church, will preach at the First
Baptist church in Winnsboro. Rev.
John Bomar, the regular pastor, is
attending the Southern Baptist Con
vention in Chattanooga, Tenn., this
The Methodist church will begin a
series of evangelistic meetings on
Sunday, the 22nd, of this month.
Rev. Mr. Culp, of Kings Mountain,
will do the preaching. The Christian
people of our community ought to be
working and praying for the su.cese
of these meetings.
On the nineteenth of June the
Baptist church will hold a series of
evangelistic meetings. Rev. Oswell
Smith, of Boston, Mass., will do the
preaching. The music will be in
charge of Rev. Alvin Lee, of South
Dakota. Mr. Lee is an accomplishel
violinist and soloist. The pastor
asks now for your interest in prayer
md in work that our community may
be blessed by the coming of these
Two very interesting services were
held at the Baptist church last S .
day. The morning Sunday school was
largely attended. A very fine pro
gramme memorializing mothers was
carried out. At the evening service
&he church was well filled. The sub..
eet of the evening was "Mothers."
A special selection was rendered by
&ie junior choir, a duet by Misses
Hawthorne and Dora Fields, and
another by Miss Julia Gantt and Mrs.
John Hood, accompanied by Mrs. Er
nest Gladden. These selections were
On Saturday afternoon on the mill
-dumond the mill team won an easy
victory over the team of the 44th
Coast Artillery from Camp Jackson.
The playing of the mill team was
excellent in every detail. The pitch
ing of Barney Enloe. was the out
standing feature of the game, for
%e only allowed five scratch hits and
truek out nine batters, passed no
-an to first base and allowed no runs.
6e steady playing of the entire team
was also a feature, as on a few oc
- STATEIENT OF T]
Located at Winnsboro, S
eans and discounts ... .......
Bonds and Stocks Owned by the:
Furniture and Fixture .. .. .. ..
Banking House. .. .. .. .. .. ...
Other Real Estate Owned ... ...
Due frorn Banks and Bankers..
Currency. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....
Gold . ...... .... .... ... ... .
Miver and Other Minor Coin..
(Checks and Cash Items .... ..
Other Resources .. ....... ...
TOTAL ..... .... .. ..
Capital Stock Paid In .......
Surplus Fund ..............
Undivided Profits, less Current
Due to Banks and Bankers....
Dividends Unpaid ..........
Individual Deposits Subject to C
Savings Deposits ...........
Time Certificates of Deposit ...
Cashier's Checks ...........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted ..
Bills Payable, including Certifice
Reserve Fund Carried on Gener
State of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield.
Before me came C. F. Elliott, C
"wbo, being duly sworn, says tha
iment is a true condition of said
. ad bank.
Sworn to and subscribed befor
Geo. R. Lauderdale,
S~~ T. K. Elliott,
J. E. Coan,
casions the visiting team filled the
bases but were turned away from the
home plate by good fielding.
The team has showed it can play
good ball and everyone is confident
that when it plays the strong Wat
eree mill's team from Camden un
Saturday that it will be able to defeat
them again and by a larger score
than the last defeat of 8 to 3.
AB R H PO E
Robertson, c ..... 5 0 2 0 0
Hornsby, c ...... 0 0 0 0 0
Humphries, 3rd .. 4 1 0 4 1
Gibson, If ....... 3 0 1, 1 0
Pearson, rf ...... 5 2 2 0 0
Grant, cf ........ 5 1 2 0 0
Goodwin, 1st ..... 4 3 2 9 0
Neeley, ss ....... 4 2 1 1 0
Boyd,2nd ........ 4 '1 2 3 0
Enloe, p ......... 4 2 2 0 0
TOTAL .... 38 12 14 27 1
44th Coast Artillery
AB R H PO E
Bennett, ss ...... 4 0 1 1 1
Long, 1st ........ 4 0 2 12 0
Roth, if ......... 3 0 1 2 0
Stinbiser, p ...... 3 0 0 0 0
Gaudi, ef .........4 0 0 2 0
Ripple 3rd ....... 3 0 0 2 4
Zeliski, 2nd ......3 0 0 0 2
McCalister, c .... 3 0 0 5 2
Payne, rf ........ 3 0 1 0 ,0
TOTAL ....30 0 5 24 9
Runs Hits Errors
Winnsboro Mills.... 12 14 1
Artillery .......... 0 5 9
Sacifice hits, Gibson, Boyd; two
base hits, Robertson, Long; three
base hit, Pearson; struck out by En
loe, 9; struck out by Stinbiser, 3;
base on ball, Stinbiser, 1; hit by
pitcher, Go6dwin, Zeliski. Time of
game, 1:45; Umpire, Peyton.
NOTICE TO NURSES.
All graduate nurses residing in
District No. 4 of the South Caro
lina State Nurse's Association, who
are eligible for membership, are ur.
gently requested to attend a meeting
to be held at four o'clock of the after
noon of May 24th, at the Office of the
Red Cross Nutse, Chester, S. C., in
order that this district may be orga
nized. District No. 4 comprises the
counties of Chester , York,, Fairfield,
Lancaster and Chesterfield.
IE CONDITION OF
, C., at th' close of busi
.... .... .... .... 15,124.00
ank..... ......... 87,127.59
..... . . . . ..... . 500.00
. . .... . . ... ..17,730.62
.. . . .. .... . . . 8,300.00
.. . . .... .. . . . 55,148.52
.. . .. ... .... . . 4,051.00
... .. .. . . ..... 344.00
.... ........ .... 4,683.61
..... .... ... .... 13.67
.. ........ .....$924,535.82
....... .... .. ...$100,000.00
. . ... .. ... ... . -90,000.00
Expenses and Taxes
. .. . . .. .. .... . 2,757.58
.... .... .... .... 500.16
. .. .. . .. .. .. . 119-00
ec. .. .$270,768.42
. .. .. ..296,215.82
. .. .. .91,642.57
. .. .. .. . 120.50
. .. .. . 3,155.35 661,902.66
. .. .... .. . .. . 13,500.00
Ltes for Money Bor
.... .... .... .... 50,000.00
al Individual or Say
. . . ....... . . . . 5,7.56.42
. .. ..... .. .....$924,535.82
ashier of the above named bank,
t the above and foregoing state
bank, as shown by the books of
C. F. Elliott.
e me this 6th day of May, 1921.
J. N. Center,
ThefrJ's Black-Draught High
Recommeded by a Tennessee
Grocer for TreuMes U.
saing frm Torpid
East Nashville, Tenn.-- The eff
feney of Thedford's Black-Draught,']
genuine, herb, liver medicine,
vouched for by Mr. W. N. Parsons,
greeer of this city. Ot is withe
doubt the but liver medicine, and
don't believe I could get along witho
it. I take it for sour stomach, hea
aehe, bad liver, indigestion, and a
other troubles that are the result
a torpid liver.
"I have known and used it for year
and can and do highly recommend
to every one. I won't go to bed wit
eut it In the house. It will do all
cl.ims to do. I can't say enough f4
Many other men and women throng
but the country have found Blac
Draught Just as Mr Parsons descrNlb
-valuable 1t regulating the liver I
its aormal functions, and in cleans
t bowels at impurttles.
Thedfords Bleek-Draught liver med
gio is the original ad only gensis
aseept w atation or substitate
,Alews ak btr TheW or's, V
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Whereas a petition has been pre
sented to the Boapd of County Ccim
missioners signed by at least one
third of the qualified freeholders 0
Township No. 11 of the County o
Fairfieid praying for an election, un
der an Act of the General Assembl;
entitled "An Act to Enable Township
in Fairfield County to Issue Bond
for Roads," passed by the Genera
Assembly at the session of 1921. an
approved by the Governor, for a]
election in the Township upon th
uestion of issuing of serial or oth
er coupon bonds in said township t
the amount of fifty thousand doll
ars to run twenty years and to bea
a rage of interest not to exceed si
per dent per annum, payable semi
annually on the first day of Januar;
and the firsti day of July of each an
every year, with the right to call i1
ang or all of said bonds after tei
It is ordered that the prayer 0;
;aid petition be and the same is here
y granted and that an election b
eld in said Township No. 11 on th
L7th day of May, 1921, at J. F. Yar
borough's store in Jenkinsville, th
polls to be opened .at 7 o'c'lock a. H
and close at 4 o'clock p. in.; the bal
lots to be provided, and on one ba:
lot to 'be printed "For permanet
road bonds-fes," on the other "Fc
permiar.ent road bonds--No"' and
the, said election three Townshi
Highws y Commissicners, who sha
be freeholders in saiM township, sha
be voted for and elected.
P. A. Hedgepath, D. G. Ya'rbo
ough and W. T. McConnell are herel
appointed managers ef said electio
It is further ordered that this o
der be published as notice of the sa
M. C. Boulware,
T. M. Jordan,
FRESH SWEET MILK delivered e
ery morning; quarts and pin
Apply to W. D. Cathcart.
FOR SALE-Fresh creamery butte
orders left at Cathcart & Wylie's W
be promptly filled. 50c per pour
S. C. Cathcart. tf
FOR SALE-Choice varieties of t
mato plants. Mrs. J. A. Hinnai
dollege Street, Winnsboro, S. C.
STRAYED OR STOLEN from n
place at Adger, red and whi
grade Ayrshire heifer about 3 yea
old. Had on small bell when la
seen. Notify J. H. Cathcart.
K O D A K E R S-Correct developix
means better pictures. Send yoi
kodak films to us and get the bes
olumbia Studio, 1423 Main Stree
Columbia, S. C. Write for pri'
The opportunity to take the pictu
shown at the Community Theat
next Friday cost billions. This is o
ficial picture taken by the gover:
ment during the World War. Dor
MRS. R, D. VANDERFORD/
Mrs. R. D. Vanderford, after ten
days illness of pneumonia, died at
her home in Greenville on Wednes
day evening; aged 32 years.
She was a daughter of Mr. T. E.
Clark, of Fairfield county, and was
reared in the Halsellville community,
where she was held in high esteem.
In 1911 she was married to Mr. R.
D. Vanderford, of Rocky Monut, N.
C. From this union three children
When thirteen years of age she
joined the Beaver Creek Baptist
church of which she was a faithful
is and consistent member.
The body was brought from Green
& ville to Chester, thence to Beaver
Creek, where the burial services were
F.O. B. I
motor car factory
round -car on the
il every need of eve
d. The Ford Se
branch, is the mc
L, tensive organizai
- of 18,000 Service
teduty to uphold th
*territory, to delive
- quick and thoroui
ment to all custor
held Friday morning, being conduct,4
by the pastor, the Rev. E. D. Wells.
Besides her father, her husband
and children, the deceased is sur
vived by one brother, Mr. J. F.
Clark, of Greenville, and cne sister,
Mrs. J. W. Roberts, of Chester, R.
DEATH OF A FRIEND.
Mr. S. N. Henderson died at his
home, near Blair, early Thursday
morning, May 5th.
Mr. Henderson has been in bad
health for several years, having suf
fered a stroke of paralysis some time
ago and his death did not come as
a shock to his relatives and friends.
- Rev. D. A. Swicord, of Salem, Pres
iety Touring ..........
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aety Coupe ............
iety Sedan .............
Factory. War tax to 1
LE CAR AT GREATLY
THE UNWVERSAL. CAR
t - the most thoroup
in the World, turnin
~ry class of people.
rvice organization, ol
st extensive as well
~ion of its kind in exit
Stations in the Unite
e ideals of the Ford a
r cars as promptly as
~h repair service an
byterian Church, conducted the funer.,
al services and the remains were laid
to rest in the old family burying
The number of people attending the
funeral and the beautiful flowers be
spoke the sympathy of friends for the t
Although a resident of Newberry
county, Mr. Henderson has always
been closely connected with Fairfield.
He is survived by his wife, who was
Miss Ella Miller, a Fairfield girl, and 7.
six children, four sons and two daugh
ters, L. S. Henderson, T. W. Hender.
son, H. M. Henderson, of Blair, and
W. N. Henderson, of Syracuse, N.Y.,
Mrs. C. S. Lykes, of Sgracuse, N.
Y., and Miss Mildred Henderson, of
~h and up-to-date
g-out the best all- '
most adaptable to
which we are a.
as the most in
d States. It is ou
rganzation in~ thns
possible, to give
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