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Miss Margaret Neil Social Editor.
In order to publish the paper at
the usdal time, we are forced to
carry some of this week's news over
to next. The current being ofi
Tuesday and Wednesday made us
lose practically two days.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Rutland spen1
the week-end with Mrs. D. C. Ruff
Mr. Smith, of Charleston, is vigt
ing his dlaughter, Mrs. J. L. Bryson
iss Margaret Matthews, of Co.
Wbia, is visiting relatives in town,
Mrs. L E. Lyles and Ned McDon.
ald spent part of this week in Co
Mrs- Charles Douglas left or
Tuesday for a trip to Knoxville
Misses Mary Carlisle Elliott and
Emolyn Macfie have returned fron
a visit to Beaufort.
Mrs. Willie Quattlebauin, of Co
lumbia, is visiting her son, Dr. A. G
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Caldwell, of
Hartsville, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Caldwell.
H. M. Elliott, who taught the pasi
year in Brunswick, Ga., is at home
for the holidays.
Mrs. J. D. Harrison and little
son, of Greenwood, are visiting Miss
4 Mr. and Mrs. L G. Hubbard, of
Florence, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Kirkpatrick.
Mrs. Marion Caldwell returned
Thursday night, after spending sev
eral weeks in Charlotte.
Miss Ray Matthews left the latter
part of the week for a visit to rela
tives in Lowell, N. C.
Miss Ziza Bruce has returned fror
Greenville, where she attended the
Southern General Assembly.
Altai P. Hcy left Monday to at
tend tne C~ti..-i's Military Training
Camp at Camp Jackson.
Miss Lucy Pride McDonald has
returned from a visit of severa
weeks to relatives in Columbia.
Misses Viola, Marie and' Lula
Gladden leave Sunday for a three
weeks' visit to relMtives near Co
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Robinson, Roy
Robinson and Mrs. J. C. Gladden, of
Charlotte, N. C., spent Tuesday ir
Miss Estelle and Master Heywarc
Crowson returned to Sumter lasi
Friday, after a two weeks' visit t<
Junius Crowvson, of Hartsville, is
spending his vacation here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Crow.
Mrs. M. E. Gibson has returned t<
her home at Mrs. S. J. Gladden's
after a pleasant visit to relatives
Mrs H. E. Caldwell entertainec
two tables of bridge on Tuesday af
ternoon in honor of Mrs. Edwart
Caldwell, of Hartsville.
Mrs. W. M1. Gladden and
SMessrs. Davis Eleazor and Willie
TBrezel, of Columbia, spent Sunda3
at the home of Mr. S. G. Gladden.
J. L. Lipscomb is spending his va
cation in Black Mountain, N. C.
Carlton Francis left on Friday foi
his home in Boston, where he wil
spend his vacation.
Miss Jennie Wolfe, who has beer
* e guest of Miss Minnie Lee Seig.
r for the past two weks, returne<
to her home in Walterboro on Wed
Miss Eloise Holladay, who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. H. E.
Caldwell, returned to Marion en Fri.
dlay. She was accompanied home by
Miss Floride Douglas.
Mrs. Johnnie Stover and guests.
,Misses Janie Lee and Stella Tp'nant
of Saluda, went to Chester Tuesday
evening to take in the horse races
and other athletic sports.
Mrs. H. R. Bye gave a delightful
parry Wednesday evening in honoi
of house. guests.
Dr. andi Mrs. A C .Ives and twc
children, of Tampa. Fla., spent the
week-end with .Mrs. .J. W. Douglass.
They had as their guest Miss Lilly
Davis, of South Hampton, England,
Mrs Clifford Gladden, of Char.
lotte. was the guest of Mrs. A. W.
Brown this week.
A treat is in store for music lovers
at Community building next Thurs
day evening at 8:30. A charming
program is guaranteed.
Mr. W. R. Horne was, in Columbia
Marion HlIley, of Columbia, spent
the week-end in town.
Illustrated Boll Weevil Lecture at
Community Theatre next Tuesday at
5:00 o'clock.p. m. Everybody come.
Don't miss this entertainment
next Tharsday evening. It will in
clude the highest efforts of the town
Mr. L. W. Jones, (f Florida, who
has been visiting his mother, Mrs.
J. B. Jon.es, has returned home.
Three games are scheduled for
next Thursday, Friday 'and Satur
day between the Winnsboro and
Prosperity ball teams, the games to
be played on the local diamond.
MISS KIRKPATRICK ENTER.
TAINS AT BRIDGE.
Miss Lucile Kirkpatrick entertain
ed on Friday afternoon in honor of
Miss Lillian Robertson, of Edgemoor,
Bridge and set-back were played.
There were five tables of players
present. The bridge prize, a box of
correspondence cards, was won by
%iss Lois Burley. The set-back
pri.e, which was the same, ,vas yvon
by Miss Hazel Haynes. The guest
of honor was presented with a cor
sage bouquet of organdie flowers.
Ices and wafers were served.
MRS. CATHCART GIVES SET
Mrs. M. L. Cathcart entertained
at cards in honor of Miss Lillian
Robertson on Tuesday evening. The
rooms were prettily decorated in
marigolds and salvoia. Three tables
of players were present. Set-back
was played. Refreshments of cream
peaches and cake were served.
Charleston, S. C., July 18, 1921.
Sanitary water analysis No. 2586 of
water. Received July 14, 1921, from
the Board of Public Works, Winns
boro S. C.
Results in parts per millions:
Chlorine, 10.00; Free Ammonia,
0.02; Albuminoid Ammonia, 0.03;
Nitrogen in Nitrates, 0.10; Total
Bacterial Analysis-Bateral In
dications of Contamination, Nega
Remarks:-Analyses indicate wa
ter to be of goodi quality and free I
from contamination- -
F. L. PARKER, M. D.
GIRLS' BRIDGE CLUB.
Miss Margaret Brice was hostess
to the Girl's Bridge Club on Thurs
day afternoon. The rooms were
prettily decorated in bowls of can
nas, marigolds and zinnias. There
were four tables of players present.
The score prize, which was a bottle
of French perfume, was won by
Miss Etta Lee Scruggs. A salad
course with iced tea was served.
I MUSIC CLUB MEETING..
Mrs. K. R. McMaster was hostess~
to the Music Club on last Friday af
terreaon. The roll call was answered
with names of modern composers.
The program was on Charminade
and Brahms. Two interesting pa
Charminade, by Miss Cooper Walk
up; the other on Brahms, by Mrs.
IThe following musicaa selections
were given: Vocal solo, Rosamonde,
by Mrs. John Hood; vocal solo, Cra.
dIe Song, of Brahms, by Mrs, J. M.
Lyles; instrumental solo, Hungarian
Dance, Brahms, by Mrs. W. M. Wol
ling. Delicious orange ice and cake
COMMUNITY HOUSE PROGRAM
Friday, July 22- Dorothy Dalton
in "Romantic Adventuress". If y.v'
like football carnivals. dancinI or
gaming see this picture, which has a
rousing football game, then a danc
ing carnival and later scenes of the
famous Monte Carlo.
Also one reel News.
Monday-A .Demille's production,
starring Florence Meighan in "Con
radl in Quest of His Youth." Have
you read the hook ? Then you will
see it. if not then you ought to see
it. The management thinks every
person should see this picture and has
decided to run it at popular prices,
10 and :20 cents. The cheapest price
it h-is ever been offer~ed to the public,
and if you miss it you will be the
one that loses most.
Also Comic Cartoons.
Wednesday-A side-splitting - or
worse -comedy. Bryant Washburn
in the "Ameteur Devil." ' You have
seen him before and we know you
will like this one.
Coming-Lois Weber in "To Please
FAIRFIELD COUNTY NEWS AS
TOLD BY CORRESPONDENT
(Continued from page two.)
all who were present.
Miss Mary Raines spent Wedne:
day with Mrs. W. S Keistler.
Misses Jennie and Mary Smi+T
Elizabeth Keistler, Ada Smarr ar
Mary Raines spent Thursday wil
Mrs. J. S. Glass.
Mr. Robert McDonald motored I
Blackstock one day this week c
Misses Jennie and Mary Smil
spent Thursday night mith the
aunt, Mrs. W. T. Raines.
Miss Isabelle and Master J. I
Glass speent Saturday with Mrs.
Mrs. Lem Ligon and family spei
Saturday with Mrs. James Ligon, 4
Mrs. W. S. Keistler gave a soci
Friay night and everybody had
The Junior Missionary Society w
have an open meeting Sunday nigL
*July 24th. Everybody will be wE
Misses Stella, Margaret and Mai
Fowler spent Wednesday with Mr
W. S. Keistler.
Mr. Richard Jackson spent We
nesday with his sister, Mrs. Ford.
Master Alex Glass 4nd Master Wi
liam Raines motored to Great Fal
Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ligon and litt
daughter, Elizabeth, spent Sundi
with the Ligons.
Maser Jeff Outlaw spent Sund
with the Ligons.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
State of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield.
Whereas petitions signed by a 1,
gal number of the qualiled electo
and freeholders residing in Dougla.
School District, No. 31, Fairle
County, S. C., asking for an electi,
upon a proposed 8 mill speci-.1 scho
tax in addition to the .. mills nc
carried, for school purposes, makir
a total of .. mills, have been fil
with the Coonty Board of Educatic
an election is hereby ordered up(
said, question, said election to I
held Saturday, July 30th, 1921,
Douglass school house, Trustees
said district being the managers.
Those favoring the additional t4
shall vote a ballot containing tf
word "YES" written or printA
thercon, and those against the add
tiona tax shall voe a ballot contai
ing the word "NO" written or print(
thereon. Polls shall be open at tl
hour of 9 o'clock in the forenoon ar
shall remain open till the hour of fi
o'clock in the afternoon, when the
shall be closed and thc ballo1
The trustees shall report the r
sult of the election to the Coun
Auditor and Secretary of the Coun
Board within ten days thereafter.
By order of the County Board,
J. L. Brice, Co. Supt., Sect'y.
Thedford's Black-Draa'ght High
Recommended by a Tennessee
Grocer for Troubles Re.
suiting from Torpid
East Nashville, Tenn.- The eff
fency of Thedford's Black-Draught, t)
genuine, herb, liver medicine,
touched for by Mr. W. N. Parsons,
groer of this city. "It is witho
doubt the best liver medtiie, and
don't believe I could get along witho
it. I take it for sour stomach, hea
sehe, 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
out it in the house. It will do all
elaims to do. J can't say enough ft
it." . .
Many other men and women throug
but the country have found Blac:
Draught .fust as Mr Parsons describi
-valuable in regulating the liver 1
Its normal functions, and in cleansim
the bowels of impurities.
TPhedford's Black-Draught liver med
ene is the original and only genuin
Accept no imitations or substitute
Alway's ask for Thedford's. m
buckle in "The Life of the Party
August 1st. Demille's super featul
"What Every Woman Knows," At
gust 3rd. "Heliotrope," a Cosm<
politan production, August 5th. Wn
S. Harte in "The Testing Block
'rust 8th. Wallace Reid in "TI
Charm School,'' August 17. Ar
manyotshers just as g'ood.
MISS SI,OAN ENTERTAINS I
S HONOR. OF MISS McCAULEY.
i Miss ];achel McCauley was th:
guest o,. honor on Friday evening
when Miiss Elizabeth Sloan enter
tained at cards. Seven tables wer<
' set for bridge. Roses, zinnias an<
.d brown-eyed Susans were used fo:
h decorations. The first prize, a decl
I of cards, was won by Gordon Grant
I the booby prize fell to J. H. Cath
n cart. Punch was served throughou
the evening by Miss Cornelia Thom
h j..as. Refreshments of cream and cak4
r were served.
. Statement of the Condition of
. THE MERCHANTS AND PLAN
t located at Winnsboro, S. C., at thi
close of business, June 30, 1921.
Loans and discounts .... $290,586.9:
Overdrafts ............. 9,651.1
t Bonds and stocks owned by
the bank.............. 21,764.0(
Furniture and fixtures.... 900.01
Other real estate owned.. 393.8!
*y Due from banks and bank
ers .................. 9,723.2
Currency ............... 1,917.0
Gold ................... 240.0
Silver and other minor coin 485.4
y Capital stock paid in.....$ 50;000.0
Surplus fund............. 30,000.0
y Undivided profits, less cur
rent expenses and taxes
paid .................. 7,295.9
Due to banks and bankers. 917.2
Dividends unpaid ........ 2,500.0
Individual .deposits subject
to check............... 100,504.5
Savings deposits ........ 55,046.9
Time certificates of depos
s Cashier's checks.......... 174.21
n Bills payable, including cer
>n tificates for money bor
rowed ............... 30,000.0
Reserved for taxes....... 16.7
Reserved for interest..... 1,982.0
n, TOTAL .............$335,661.5
e State of South Carolina,
t County of Fairfield.
Before me came Jno. W.. Cathcar
i cashier of the above named bani
Lx who, being duly sworn, says that th
e above and foregoing statement is
d true condition of said bank, a
. shown by the books of said bank.
Jno. W. Cathcart.
d~ Sworn to and subscribed before m
e this 8th day of July, 1921.
d W. M. Quattlebaum,
Cret Notary Public for S.(
sK. R. McMaster,
A. E. Davis,
T. H. Ketchin.
i~j SEGURITYOL ordi
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basket or box.
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We carry a full stoc
fresh meats which a
most sanitary manne
Delivery in tovdh
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at the los
Reduction on all
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in a cool ki
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done with a New Per- most h
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hen isn't made uncom- blue cl
Lbly hot. All the heat you the he
is ready, just when and utensil
re you want it-there is the boi
lost. You regulate it by compi
ly turning the wick up drop c
wn a trifle. New ]
~'s why it's so easy with in five
ary cooking experience one-bu
ake light fluffy cakes, ers selk
ly crusted pies and tooth. the wa
cookies. The New Per- Use Al
s up where you can reach best re
ly and look into it easily- and de
e, too, to be relieved of New Perf
>d carrying, of sweeping at most d'
inder the hod and wood ware stor
A small dust-rag takes the STANDA
wve blacking brush.
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Also a full line of
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or mill village
styles and sizes
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toms of them. Insures
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f oil; none is wasted
,four, three, twvo and
rner sizes. Most buy
et them equipped with
addin Security Gil for
ults; it's always clean
ction Oil Cook Stoves are sold
partment,furniture and hard
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