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FAIRFIELD COUNTY NEWS
TOLD BY CORRESPONDENTS
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Mrs. M. W. Patrick entertained
friends from Chester last Wednesday.
Card of Thanks.
Mrs. M. J. Bailey and family wish
to take this occasion to express their
appreciation and thanks to their
friends for the help and the many
kindnesses shown t- Margaret fol
lowing her serious accident at the
White Oak school.
Mrs. M. J. Bailey.
In spite of the changeable weather
we manage to get quite a good deal
of stuff to eat from our gardens.
Peaches are getting ripe and chickens
getting big enough to fry: eats are
being harvested and alfalfa cut, so
I don't think we or our stock will
starve right away.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Swearinzen and
John Jr., have been cn a visit t-> Mrs.
F. H. McEachern.
Mr. and Mrs. Dukes and little
daughter from St. Georg, spent sev
eral days Aith their daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. Wilkie, from Forest City, N.
C., has been visiting her son, Mr. C.
Miss Leona Wilkie is at home af
ter attending school in Forest City.
Miss Clara McMeekin returned
from Limestone College on last
Thursday. Miss McMeekin was a
ember of the graduating class.
Mr. H. Y. Glenn attended the
imestone commencement. -
Miss Bessie Jones has returned
m Ridgeway, where she has been
e guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. B.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Stewart, of
Ridgeway, were in Longtown during
the past week.
Mr. Ellison Wilds has returned to
Newberry after a visit to his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilds.
Miss Marie Jones, of - the Ridge
way high school faculty, is at home
for the summer vacation.
Mr. D. G. Smith visited relatives
in Lee county recently.
Miss Irene Stewart, who has been
visiting relatives in Winnsboro, has
Miss Louise Harrison, who has
been attending Anderson College, is
at home for the summer holidays.
r. R. H. Lemmon, our official
farm demonstration agent. was in
this section recently. We are always
glad to welcome him in our midst.
Xe is engaged in a great work and
deserves much praise for the valu..
able aid he is rendering the farmers.
Mr. Thos. E. Smith spent a while
in 'Lee county recently, as the guest
'of Mr. and Mrs. John McLeod.
Mr. John P. Jones, who has been
quite ill, is better now, much to the
delight of his many friends.
~Miss Cora Raines, who taught in
the Lynchburg graded school dur
ing the past session, is the guest of
her aunt, Mrs. Thos. E. Smith,
Mr. Maxie Stewart spent a short
while in Bishopville and Camden re
Mrs. Thos. E. Wilds is attending
~eannual State short course for
ome Demonstration Club members
that is being held at Winthrop Col
Miss Nancy Dawkins and little
Miss Jarnelle Buck have returned
Mr. James C. Stewart is some
-what indisposed, we wish for him a
~eLongtown graded school closed
i2ear's work Friday. The school
was under the muanagement of Miss
Broadwater, from near Trenton, and
Mrs. Geo. E, Moore, of Longtown,
and under their able supervision the
session proved to be one of the most
successful in the history of the
school. Miss Broadwater, Mrs.
Moore and Mr. Maxie Stewart spent
awhile at Great Falls recently.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Dixon and
children were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Rabon Sunday.
Mr. Tom Stewart, of Winnsboro,
has been on a visit to his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. C. Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Blair and chiL
dren, of Strother, spent the week.
end with Mrs. Lottie Coleman.
Messrs. Grady Wright and Roberts
attended the dance in Chester last
Miss Mary Faucette left Monday
for Winthrop College, where she will
attend the summer school.
Miss Emmie Rabb, of Columbia,
was the week-end guest of Mrs. Lot..
ti oleman and Miss Ruby Coleman.
1ss Lizzie Coleman went to Co
mbia ast week, after spending a
month with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. R. Coleman.
Miss Kathleen Coleman is at home
for the summer, after having taught
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wolling of
Winnsboro called on relatives in the
Mr. A. M. Faucette was in Co
lumbia last week.
Mrs. J. F Edmunds, Jr., and little
Jean returned to their home in Abbe
ville Wednesday. They were accom
panied by little Miss Julia Kate Wol
ling who will spend some time with
Mr. M. S. Lewis spent the week
end with his family in Chester.
Mrs. M. M Scott and Miss Lindsay
Scott shopped in Union Friday
Mr. Brevard Morrow. of Baltimore
has come down to take charge of the
Shivar Snring office at Clayton.
Miss Mary Bess Coleman is at home
for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wright, .Tr..
gave a delightful dance to a few
of their friends Saturday night. Re
freshirK punch vas served.
Mr. Lemmon McWhirter. of Rock
Hill, is visiting friends.
Mr. F. E. Mackin, of Darlington,
is spending his vacation with his
mc ther, Mrs. W. F. Mackin.
Mr. Wesley Rutland, of Columbia,
spt nt the week-end at home.
Miss Emma Mae Young left Thurs
day for Winthrop College to attend
the short course of the home demon
Mr. Archie Young, of Hickory
Ridge, spent Sunday with Master
Quite a number from here attend
-d the funeral of Mrs. Estes in
iinnsboro last Wednesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Elliotte Robinson, of
Union neighborhood, visited her fath
er. Mr. W. F. Rutland Sunday.
Mr. Claude Lewis, of Greenbrier,
visited the community Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. McIntosh and son,
Albert, and Messrs. John Rutland
and Maxie Young attended the B. Y.
P. U. in Winnsboro Sunday evening.
Miss Lucy Delleney, after visiting
fr'ends and relatives in Winnsboro
has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Delleney mo
tored to Columbia Monday. They
will be joined there by Mrs. Del
l ey's brother, Mr. Walter Till, .nd
from Columbia they will visit Sum
te-, Manning and Elloree before ie
tz! ing home.
Misses Alice and Margaret Ash
for, of Bethel, visited their brothe,,
Mr. W. R. Ashford. recently.
Mr. C. F. Davis, of Columbia, vis
ited Rion recently.
Miss Jessie Lee Humphries visited
Miss Cathryn Estes last Wednesday.
.Miss Ellen Stewart was called to
her home in Chester on account of
the illness of her sister, Mrs. J. A.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stewart and
Mr. Robert Mcflroy went to Chester
to see Mrs. J. C. Stewart. The many
friends of Mrs. Stewart are glad to
know that she is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Joleman went
to Chester Sunday evening to see Mr.
T. W. Tray or, who has been at
Pryor's hospital a week. Mr. Tray
lr is impoving and expects to come
Mrs. Angus Nicholson, Jr.. is at
home from the Chester sanitarium,
where she had an operation two
Misses Inez and Frances Harvey
are visiting friends in Chester.
Stewart Harvey, who won a schol.
arship to Clemson College two years
ago, is at home for the vacation,
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stewart and
Miss Stewart, of Great Falls, and
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Morrison, of
Chester, were the spend-the-day
guests of Mrs. W. M. Harvey Sun
Mr. Tom Phillips and family of
Winnsboro were recent visitors to
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey.
Mesdames T. W. Brice, Sam M.
Brice Macie Brice and guests, Mrs.
McAlily and Miss Eliza Walker spent
Wednesday of last week in Winns
boro with Mr. and Mrs. John Har
Miss Willie Mongomery, who has
been teaching in North Carolina, is
at home with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James Montgomery.
Miss Sarah Patrick is in Due West
attending commencement at the Wo
man's College and Erskine. Miss
Patrick graduated at the Woman's
College last June and has a brother
Miss Lila Connor, of the faculty
(woninue on seventh page)
MRS. MARGARET HINNANT.
An imitator is one who looks at
someone else and tries to be like
Our departed "Mother in Israel"
Mrs. Margaret Hinnant, imitated her
Lord in a marked degree.
She had simple and common qual
ities given to all of us, if we would
make the best of them. She had an
everlasting patience in overcoming
difficulties until they vanished, a self
control not to be shaken by others'
petulance, an infinite capacity for
self-sacrafice and self forgetfuness.
A ilving, loving Christian, true of
tongue, honest of heart and pure of
conduct in her daily life. She is
missed, not only by the members of
the Winnsboro Methodist Church. but
by the entire town, for she felt that
her life belonged to the community
she was in, and was always alive to
a,ny opportunity for doing gooi.
Whereas, Mrs. Margaret 'Hinnant
has left us to be in the joyful pres
ence of her Lord, for "in Thy pres
,.nce is fullness of joy, at Thy right
handi there are pleasures forever-I
mre,"-Psalms 16:11, be it
Resnivod that a copy of these res
olutions be sent to the Southern
Christian Advocate and The Nv
and Herald, that a copy be spread
on the minutes of this society. and
one be sent to the fitmily who should
e el rejoice at her gain and daily
follow her example that they might
spend an eternity together.
Mrs. C. E. Strange,
Mrs. T. M. Jordan,
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING
THE SALE OF ICE IN THE
TOWN OF WINNSBORO.
Be It Ordained by the Town- Coun
cil of the Town of Winnsboro:
Sec. 1. That all venders of ice by
retail in the Town of Wirinsboro shall
sell same at a fixed price per pound;
si al! carry scales for the purpose
of weighing, and the same shall be
accurately weighed when delivered to
Sec. 2. Any person violating the
piovisions of this Ordinance shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
upon conviction thereof shall be pun
i4ted by a fine of not less than Five
er'lars and not exceeding Fifty dol
h-rs, or by imprisonment for a term
' not less than one day, and not ex
ce ding Thirty days. in the discretion
#f the Mayor or Counci.
Done in Council this 5th day of
Jae, 1921, and with the corporate
seal of the town affixed.
C. A. Robinson,
Attest: H. -E. Ketchin.
Clerk of Council.
THE ANSWER TS EASY. Why are
so many neon~le comning to us for
Esiness Trainine ? The answer is
easy. They receive th, right kindr of
instruction from +he rio'ht kinid of in
drctors. What nleases them will
nlease you. Try it. All reenlar
coure, tanw'h+ by mail als'o
Phon,. 951 Columbia. S. C.
Win. Lvkes. .Tr. F W. Lvkon
CHA MBEPT EATN'g CAT,TC A
Evrv family shnii'r lkmv +% ---~
.ration at hand d'irin~~ tha 1W4
s'omer months. It in~ alrms'C"
to b. needed, and when that to
omes. is worth many times its cost.
Buy it now.
COMMUNITY HOUSE PROGRAM
Friday night-Douglas Fairbanks
in "The Americano." Whether you
ar a movie fan or not you will like
this smiling- star of stars. Also 1 reel
S turday night-Alice Brady in
"The Trap." This is th0 first time
we have had this wonderful star so
be certain to see her in this play.
Also a big two reel comedy by Hank
Mann entitled "Gum Riot." If you
want action, jazz and jump see this
Saturday night program.
Monday night-Douglas 'McLean
and Doris May starring in "The JaiL
Wednesday night-Dorothy Dalton
stars in "Half an Hour." A youne
wife runs away from home at 7:30
and returns at 8:00 a changed wom
an. What happens in the meantime
see at the Community Theatre next
Coming soon-Another big De-.
mille play "Something to Think
About." "Huckleberry Finn" and
othrs. June 24th, Palmafesta in two
During the vacation we will show
n Monday, Wednesday and Frida e.
Remember the days.
WHY SUFFER FROM
Do you know that nine out of ev.
ery ten cases of rheumatism. are
simply rheumatism of the muscles
or chronic rheumatism, neither of
which require any internal treat
ment? The pain may be relieved by
applying Chamberlain's Liniment,
which makes sleep and rest possible,
that certainly means a great deal to
any one afflicted with rheumatism.
THE HOME OF THE SOUL.
In olden times it was believed that
the seat of the soul was the stomach.
most likely for the reason that a
man is never so completely used up
as when his stomach is out of order.
For the cure of ordinary stomach
troubles, there is nothing quite so
prompt and satisfactory as Cham
berlain's Tablets. They strengthen
the stomach and enable it to perform
its functions naturally. Give them
a trial. They only cost a ouarter.
FOR SALE-2 good milk cows. Also
Butter for sale each week.
John H. Cathcart.
TilN TADE L
The Military College of S6b~h
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Ranked as "Distinguished Military
College" by the War Department.
Offers a four-year course in liberal
arts, with electives in civil engineer
ing, sciences and modern languages.
One scholarship in Fairfield county
will be filled by competitive ex
JULY 8th, 1921
For application blanks apply to Col.
0. J. Bond, Superintendent.
Fourteenth-Century Playing Cards.
The playing cards of the Fourteenth
century dbTer mrrerinlly from the
pack in use today. The Venetian
pack. for examiIe. consisted of 78
cards-22 of thei marked with em
blems of varinei' Oinds and 56 with
numerals. divihh-d ii four suits of 14
666 quickly relieves Constipation,
Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and
Heidaches, due to Torpid Liver,
"In the tractor the
harnessed one of the m
of power in the world--t
"The tractor will mr
dividual farm worker fr
"It will put the far:
will put his produce-pro
is---on to an efficient pr<
"It will enable eac]
can be paid more and st
hires him. It will enab
day, giviug him more ti
"I believe the tract
the most pleasant, the:
ness on earth."
kept to th(
And to the,
ard of qual
so much f(
Handy to 4
25 f. o. b. Detrol
ry Ford Sa:
.e Power Far:
farmer now has a mn
>st adaptable, efficienti
he internal combustion
ultiply the productive
'om three to four times
~ner on par with the cit
ducing factory---for i
i worker to earn so
ill leave a greater pro
le the farmer to worn
rne to enjoy life.
or will make farming
most healthful, the r
d Motor Con
S has steadily
same high stand
toody lasts so
so little or does
full of flavor-a
d comfort for
achine in which is
I economical sources
eapacity of each in
y manufacturer. It
;hat is what a farm
much more that he
at for the man who
E fewer hours in the
what it ought to be,
riost profitable busi