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Miss Margaret Neil Social Editor.
Miss Ruth Doty is visiting in
Charlotte, N. C.
Miss Cat*erine McMaster is visit
ing in Columbia.
Miss Rachel McCauley is the guest
of Miss Mallie McMaster.
Miss Virginia Owens is visiting
relatives in Abbeville.
Miss Carrie Elliot has 7eturned
from Montreat, N. C.
Miss Carrol Clements is spending
a month in Alamo and Savannah, Ga.
P. M. Brice and T. M. Jordan, Jr.,
of Columbia, spent Sunday in town.
Miss Helen Robertson, of Bethel,
is the guest of Miss Louise Hamil
Mrs. J. M. Harden is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Sam Jordan, in Bal
, Miss Elizabeth Coan is the guest
of Miss Margaret Jones in Rock
Miss Margaret Brice was hostess
to the Girls Bridge Club Thursday
Miss Elizabeth Sloan entertains
Friday afternoon in honor of Miss
Miss Floride Douglas left today
for Marion to visit Miss Eloise Hol
Mr. F. L. Candee left today for
several weeks' stay in Weaverville,
.Miss Lillian Robertson, of Edge
moor, is the guest of Miss Lucile
Miss Lucy Doty left on Wednes
day to visit Miss Louise Willingham
W. A. Beaty, Jr., of Florence,
spent part of last week here with
Mrs. Thomas Smith, of Concord, N.
C., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. U.
Mr and Mrs. H L. Elliott and
daugh. r are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. Goodin.
C. McMullen and sons left Thurs
day evening for Forsyth, Ga., to
visit his mother.
Dr. J. L. Bryson, 'Jr., of Green
ville, spent part of last week here
with his parents.
Master Julian Bolick, of George
town, is visiting his ..grand-mother,
Mrs. Julia Long. -
All magistrates . are requested to
call at the Clerk's office for Acts
of Legislature, 1921.
Mr. J. W. Bolick, of Union, is vis
iting at the home of Mr. J. 0. Boag
and other relatives here.
Misses Janie Lee and Stella Ten
nant, of Saluda, are visiting their
cousin, Mrs. Johnnie St->ver
Miss Floride Martin left on Mon
day for a two weeks' visit to Mrs. J.
H. Bramlett, in Richmond, Va.
Mrs. Thomas -Edwards and little
son, of Ellabella, Ga., are visiting
Mayor and Mrs. C. A. Robinson.
Misses Mary Carlisle Elliot and
Emlyn Macfie left on Thursday to
visit friends in Beaufort.
A very important Guild meeting
was held with Mrs. U. G. DesPortes
Monday afternoon at six o'clock.
Miss Eloise4 Holloday left today
for her home in Marion, after visit
ing her sister, Mrs. H. E. Caldwell.
Misses Carrie Aiken and Helen
Dupre, of Spartanburg, are visit
ing -their grand-parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. K. Elliott..
Miss Martha Dwight has returned
to her home in Columbia, after
spending a week with her sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. White Stevenson
and little daughter, Janette, of
Georgetown, are visiting the former's
mother. Mrs. Julia Long.
Misses Minnie and Carrie Hanird
have returned to their home in New
berry, after visiting Mesdames Julia
Long and George Rion.
Miss Alice Browvn returned to her
home in Concord, N. C., on Monday,
after spending several days with her
sister, Mrs. A. E. Davis, Jr.
Miss Maggie Aikes andl Miss Nel
lie Pearson left on Wednesday for
a month's visit to Spring Lake, N.
J., ai New York City,
hiss Estelle Crowson, who has
been visiting her relatives, Mr*.-and
Mrs. P. M. Dees, of this city, loaves
for her home in Sumter Friday
H-unting licenses for the coming
season here have been received by
Game Warden J. R. Clowney. and
can be obtained from him or the
Clerk of Court.
Mesdames- J. L.. Lipscombh. S. R.
McMaster. M. E. Curlee, A. D. Willi
Irn.- eure motored to P,revard., N.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Lauder
left Wednesday for Hickory Gr
in their auto for a visit to relati
They were accompanied by Miss
ry Wylie, who has been on a
to their home for the past two
Mrs. P. M. Dees entertained '
nesday afternoon for little b
Estelle and Master Heyward Cr
son, of Sumter. Progressive a
grams were played, at the end
which it was found that Misses
cinda Heath and Addie Rion tied
the prize. Cake and cream v
MRS. PRITCHARD ENTERTAI
At her hospitable home in.the ]
village Mrs. L. Pritchard gave
delightful bridge parties on Fri
and Satiurday afternoon of last w4
There were two tables of pla
present both afternoons. There v
several exciting rubbers played,
ter which a salad course with
tea was served.
THURSDAY BRIDGE CLUB,
Mrs. Horace Traylor was hos
to the Thursday Bridge Club
week. There were three tables
players present. The guests of
club were Mrs. William Kehoe
Miss Harriet Coan. The hig]
score for the morning was held
Mrs. F. A. DesPortes. -Mrs. S.
Lindsay and Mrs. A. G. Quattleb
assisted the hostess in serving
freshments of pressed chicken,
mato jelly, sandwiches and iced
MISS GENE SMITH ENTERTAI
One of the most attractive
ties of the season was given by
Gene Smith thursday afternoon
Ten tables were arranged on
lawn and veranda for "Hearts.'
profusi6n of potted plants
flowers added to the attractive
of the tables. At the conclusio1
the games it was found that I
H. E. Caldwell and Miss Rachel
Cauley held the highest score, I
McCauley was the successful one
was presented with'a dainty bui
lo apron. Peach cream and
was served by the hostess.
Mrs. H. E. Caldwell gave a r
ing picture party to see "Hu<
beerry Finn" on Monday evening
honor of her sister, little Miss El
Holladay, of Marion. After the
ture was over Mrs. Caldwell took
little girls to her home, where E
performing "stunts", in which]
Carrie Aiken Dupre was judged
successful, refreshments of er
and cake were served.
RECEPTION FOR MR. AND D
Marking the mid-summer sea
was the beautiful reception givei
last Thursday evening by Mr.
Mrs. U. G. DesPortes and Mr.
Mrs. A. E. Davis, Jr., at the h
of the latter, in honor of the
and Mrs. W. P. Peyton. Recei
at the door were Mr. and Mrs. IF
DesPortes, who presented the gu
to Mr. and Mrs. Davis, Mr. an:
DesPortes, the Rev, and Mrs.]
'on and Miss Alice Brown, of Conc
N. C. The rooms and porch
beautiful with a miscellany ofs
mer flowers. The guests were ir
ed into the diriing room by I
dames J. L. Bryson and J. M. L:
The scheme was pink in the dii
room. The table was covered
a Cluny lace cover, and had fc
center piece a silver bowl of Kil
ney roses. Silver baskets held sa
nuts. Silver vases of pink r<
decorated the mantel and buffet.
sstng in serving were Misses
rol Clements, Catherine Ellison,
belle Hoy, Annie Gantt, Emelyn
Agnes Macfie, Mary and Ma
Seigler. Mesdames P. M. Dees
E. Whitaker and Frank Watson
vited the guests to the punch b
which was arranged in a corne
with pink myrtle. Punch was sea
by Miss Floride Martin and Mr
C. Kennet. About 200 guests ce
during the evening.
Just opened on Lower Main Str
Fresh Meats and Country Prod
EGGS A SPECIALTY
Also the Famous J. R. WatkinsI
ducts Sold Here.
Phone 170. Give Us a Ti
Spotless Meat Marl
BRICE & DOUGLASS, Pro
666 cures Malaria, Chills and 1
er, Bilious Fever. Colds and
rippe, or money refunded.
-ove The following has been received by
ves. The News and Herald, and will be
Ma- iead with interest by their many
or "The undersigned hereby announce
that Mr. Thomas Ketihin McDonald
red- has been admitted as a partner in
Iiss the firm of McDonald & McDonald,
ow- and that they will continue the prac
na- tice of law under the said firm name,
of at Winnsboro, South Carolina."
Lu- J. E. McDonald,
for J. E. McDonald, Jr.,
rere T. K. McDonald.
Winnsboro, S. C., July 1st, 1921.
NS. BETTER WINNSBORO CLUB.
14ill Ladies, please don't forget that next
two Monday is Better Winnsboro Club
day day. Come promptly at 6 o'clock
.ek and hear some interesting financial
7ers reports. Mrs. J. E. McDonald,, Jr.
iced BRIDGE CLUB MEETING.
Miss Anne Ketchin was hostess to
the Tuesday Afternoon Bridge Club
on Monday afternoon. There were
tess two tables of players present. The
this highest score was a tie between Miss
of Alice Doty and Mrs. Wolling. Re
the freshments of cream and cake were
by NARRATIVE REPORT OF FAIR
L. FIELD COUNTY HEALTH
to- During this quarter we have had
tea, an epidemic of typhoid fever in the
extreme western section of the
NS county, more specifically in the Blair
community. These patients were all
par- visited and effort made to deter nine
Aiss the source of infection, as th re % as
at only one white among the five cases,
it was excedingly difficult to obtain
the any data as to the source of the in
A fection. The first case had been
and over in Newberry county and as an
ness epidemic has since occurred there, it
I of is possible that the source of in
qrs. fection in this case was the same
Mc- as those over in that county. The
Wiss other .three cases among the negroes
and were in a different community, a mile
aga- or so away. These cases possibly
:ake came from drinking water of a
spring, ~ from which these families
used water. This had a wash place
above it and draining into it. There
was a case on this plantation last
nov- year. We have sent this water to
kle- the laboratory for examination, lut
in so far have not had a report. By
oise making a house to house canvas we
pic- were enabled to inoculate the entire
the community with a few ex'ceptions,
fter and at the present time we are grad.
Mi ually inoculating the remainder, as
nos they have developed in that com
IIn the Avon community a case of
typhoid fever was reported in a ne
l.gro child. The family was inocu.
lated and the place put into a sani
tary condition. No other case has
son, occurred in that section,
1 on In the Douglass section a case of
and typhoid fever was reported. This
and case resulted* from drinking fromr
ome a well that was declared contami
Rev. nated by the State Laboratory. The
vig well was tihoroughly cleaned and
'.A. limed and water re-examined after
ests two weeks, found contaminated, and
Mvrs. declared unfit for drinking purposes.
Pey_ One case of typhoid fever has oc
ord, curred in the outskirts of the town
vere Iof Winnsboro, source of infection un
am- determined. This family at first re
vt fused to be inoculated, but were fi
k-nally prevailed on by Miss Clement,
fles. ithe county nurse, who had been vis
tgiting the case daily, to be inoculated.
,v ehave also inoculated and are still
~ra inoculating the Shelton community.
lar. No new cases have developd in the
ted~ community this year, although there
>ses Iwere some cases there last year.
As- Miss Gossett, the nurse employed
SI have a fev
etFor sale at
by the Red Cross, was released the I3
first of June on account of lack of
funds. Miss Gossett did good wo-.;
with this department.
We have inspected the county jail,
poor house, sewerage plants of both
Winnsboro Mills and the town of
Winnsboro. We have delivered lec
tures to 780 people on health sub
During the last quarter 452 people
in the county have been inoculated
for typhoid fever. There were
3,622 vaccinations this year for small
Dr Hamilton and Miss Cements
have been delivering three lec
tures a week at the negro summer
school, which has been in session
COMMUNITY HOUSE PROGRAM
Friday, 15th-Ethel Clayton and
Jack Holt in "Sins of Rosanna. The
scene is taken At the famous Kim
berly diamond mines, where the best
and worst people of the world gath
Monday, 18th-Ethel Clayton, star
ring in "The City Sparrow." See the
life of the city waif pictured by this
Selznick News wih the Fashion
Wednesday, 20th-Billie Burke
starring in "The Frisky Mrs. John
son." Gay and giddy, this wealthy
Awerican widow sacrifices everything
e -.rything for style.
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield.
Court of Common Pleas.
J. E. McDonald, Plaintiff,
J. A. Knight, Defendant.
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF
(Complaint not Served.
To the Defendant above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action, which is filed in the office of
the Clerk of Court of Common Pleas
for the County of Fairfield in aid
ftate, and to serve a copy of ) ir
amwer to the said complaint on -.he
subscribers at their offices, at Winis
boro, S. C., within twenty days after
the service hereof, exclusive of the
day of such service; and if you fail
to answer the complaint within the A
time aforesaid, he plaintiff in this
action will apply to the Court for the
relief dmanded in the Complaint.
Dated at Winnsbboro, S. C., April
6th, A. D., 1921.
J. E. McDonald. Jr.,
To the absent defennant, J. A.
K~night: You will please take notice
that the summons, of which the fore
going is a copy, together with the
ronmplaint herein, were filed in he
office of the Clesk of Court for the
County and State aforesaid on the
6th day of April, 1921.
J. E. McDonald, Jr.,
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Rheumatosm, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc.
We are proud of the confidence
doctors, druggists and the publicC
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666 quickly relieves Constipation,
Biliousness, Loss of Appetitle and
Headaches, due to Torpid 1Liver. 1
Rub-My-Tism is a powerful anti
septic. Cures infected cuts, old sores,
For Sale-Household furniture and
oil stove. 1205 Columbh Road, '
7 tons ofs
good prices U
By keeping brakes
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all sizes of brake
us repair and adju.
All sizes radiator I
er parts fo
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This poison mix(
lasses is Ihe be
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We have a high power, fast cut
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Lever control starts and stops offered
823 West Gervais Street
olumbia Lumber Manuf
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