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Miss Margaret Neil Social Fditor.
Mrs. J. E McDonald is visiting in
Lowell, N. C.
Miss Ruth Doty is visiting in Co
Mr and Mrs. H. R. Bye are vis
iting in Chester.
W. R. Doty. has returned from a
visit to Kentucky.
Miss Frances Johnson is visiting
in Great Falls.
' iss Izetta Clark returned to
Joe Brice, of Woodward, is visit
ing John H. Ca~hcart.
Mr. Dawsey spent last week here
with his family.
Miss Libelle Curlee is at Gienn
)rings for a few weeks.
Mrs. J. E. Coan spent several days
in Columbia this week.
Shaw Ketchin returned from Black
Mountain, N .C., Sunday.
Miss Mary Seigler spent several
days in Columbia last week.
Mrs. Ormsby Bourke left on Tues
day for Saluda, N. C.
Mrs. H. E. Ketchin is visiting Dr.
S. C. Ketchin in Louisville, Ga.
Dr. J. D. McMeekin and family
left Monday for Murrel's Inlet.
'Mrs Glover Jorda,-n, of Hartsville,
is visiting Mrs. R. C. Gooding.
Mr. and Mrs. D. 7. Walker, Jr.,
returned from P'rk Hill Friday.
Miss Nettie Sitgreaves leaves to
day for New York and Baltimore.
Miss Kathleen Williams has re
turned from a visit to LaGrange, Ga.
Miss Hazel Wright, of Rock Hill,
is th guest of Miss Nannie Seigler.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Dwight are
spending this month at Little Switz
Miss Gene Smith returned from a
visit to friends in Taylors on Thurs
Miss Rose May Phillips is spend
ing her vacation with relatives in
Miss Irene Curlee returned Wed
nesday from Hendersonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Robinson
-returned Thursday from Glenn
:Mr. J. H. McMaster and Jack Mc
~Master spent Monday and Tuesday
Mrs. Johnnie Stover left yester
day for Asheville, N. C., to spend
a couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Withers and
children, of Chester, are visiting
Mis. J. J. Neil.
Mr. Bob Jennings has returned
-from a ten days' camping trip to
Miss Suzanne Dwight, of Charles
in, is visiting her cuosin, Miss Mary
Mr. and, Mrs. Clifford Gladden, of
Charlotte, spent Sunday with Mrs.
A. W. Brown.
Mr. H. E. Ketchin and Harris
McDonald are spending a few weeks
at Black Mountain,
frH. M. Elliott has returned to
Tackshears, Ga., after spending two
weeks here with his parents.
Marion Holley, of Columbia, spent
the week-end with his parents, Judge
and Mrs. W. L. Holley,
Charles Dwight, Jr., of Charles
ton, was th'e guest of his sister, Mrs.
-G. F. Patton, last week.
Mr. Robert Weatheersby, of Hick
ory, N. C., spent last week with his
aunt, Miss Lizzie Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Patton are
spending some time in the moun
tains of North Carolina.
Miss Nellie Pearson has returned
from a- month's stay in Spring Lake,
N. J., and New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Brown, of
Benr.etsville, were the guests of Mrs.
Walker Brown last week.
Mr. George McMaster returned
last week from Montreat, N. C. He
reot Miss Eugene much better.
S. C. Kennett left Friday for
0r. Stokes, f Coiumbia, former
editor of the ews and Herald, was
in the city Wednesday.
There will be preaching at the
Baptist church next Sunday, August
14th, by Rev. J. L. Cozine, of Co
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wolling and
U. G. DesPortes left the first of the
week for Murrel's Inlet.
Mrs. 0. B. Harris left Friday for
her home in Rocky Mount, N. C.,
after visiting her sister, Mrs. P. M.
Misses Alice and Lucy Mae Mat
thews, of New York, iare visiting
their grand-father, ?Ir. R. T. Mat
Mr. Otto Ray is at home after.
working in Graniteville as operator
for the Southern railway for several
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Methodist church met with
Mrs. R. G. Hamilton on Thursday
Mrs. Paul Scott and little son
returned to Florence on Tuesday,
after a two weeks' visit to relatives
Miss Elizabeth Robertson, of Co
lumbia, is spending her vacation
here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
D. W. Robertson.
Mr. and Mrs F. A. DesPortes
and Mrs. N. A. White returned on
Sunday frqm a week's visit in the
mountains o. North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Heath and
family, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McDonald,
Jr., and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. I.
V. Wilson and family are camping at
Mrs. Boyce Grier and Misses Lois
and Martha Grier have returned to
their home in Alabama, after visit
ing relatives in town.
Miss Josephine Harris, of Rocky
Mount, N. C., and Miss Elizabeth
*rowson, of Sumter, returned home
on Wednesday, after a week's visit
to Mrs. P. M. Dees.
Rev. J. S. Lyons, of Columbia,
will preach at the union services in
the Methodist church at 8:30 Sunday
night, August 14tth. Rev. Lyons
xvas in charge of the 1st Presbyte
rian church in Greenville prior to his
>ecoming chaplain of the 30th Di
vision of the A. E. F.
The Winnsboro baseball team has C
gone to Prosperity to play series of
:hree games with the team of that
>lace. The Winnsboro boys went u
:here with blood in their eyes to
wipe out the defeat the Prosperi
:y boys put on them here at hi~me.
Bring home the bacon boys.
MISS HAZEL HAYNES ENTER
Miss Hazel Haynes entertained at
bridge last Friday evening. There
were three tablees of players present.
A delicious salad course with iced
tea was servedl.
MRS. BROWN GIVES A PORCH
Mrs. A, W. Brown gave a porchI
party on Tuesday morning in honor
of Mrs. Glover Jordan, of Harts
ville. The porch 'was very attractive
with cut flowers and potted plants.
About a dozen guests were present.
Frozen tea and sandwiches were
MISS ETTA LEE SCRUGGS IS
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLLJp.
Miss Etta Lee geruggs was hostess
to the Girl's Bridge Club on Tues
day afternoon. Four tablees were
ar-ranged in the porch and living
room. The highest score among the
club members was held by Miss Ma
ry Seigler; the highest among the
ruests by Miss Elizabeth Ragsdale.
Each was presented with a box of
candy. The guests of the club were:
Miss Elizabeth Ragsdale, of Green
ci lle; Miss Josephine Harris, of
Rocky Mount, N. C.; Miss Elizabeth
Crewson, of Sumter; Misses Gladys
Burley and Ella Ketchin. A salad
c'ourse with iceedI tea was served.
FREE TUBERCULAR CLINIC,
There will be a special Tubercular
Clinic for Fairfield county Thursday,
Shtember 1. for whites andl Friday,
September 2, for negroes, at the
Community House. Winnsboro, hours
9 a. m. to 2 p. m.,
All tubercular cases or suspected
tubercular cases should attend this
ir. T. W. Tra yr, of Woodford,
spent Thursday with his son, Mr.
31r. J. W. McCreight, of C-lum
bia, was the guest this week of his
niece, Mrs. James Smith.
Winnsboro will play three
,ames of ball on next Wednes
lay, Thursday and Friday, on
;he local diamond, with Hick
INFORMAL CHURCH RECEPTION.
The Woman's Missionary Society
f the Associate Reformed Presby
:erian church gave an informal re
:-eption on Wednesday afternoon in
:he church parlors fcr the foreign
riends in town. The parlors were
3rettily decorated with crepe myrtle,
rhe officers of the church and their
vives were also present. Dr. Oli
:er Johnson and Mr. T. H. Ketchin
nade short addresses of welcome.
Ece cream and cake were served.
IRS. K. R. McMASTER ENTER
TAINS MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
Mrs K. R. McMaster entertained
"ircle No. ?' of the Woman's Mis
ionary Society of the Associate Re
o'rmed Presbyterian church on Mon
lay afternoon. The college girls of
he church were the guests of the
7ircle. Miss Beck Jennings played
;everal musical selections, and Miss
Kitty Lee Steele gave seeveral recita
:ions, which added much to the plea
;ure of the afternoon. Ices and cake
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COMMUNITY HOUSE PROGRAM
Friday, August 12.-Enid Bennett
'Silk Hosiery", her latest Paramount
>icture. Miss Bennett is seen as a
nodel in a fashionable modiste's
hop. Here's a chance for everyone
:o see a fashion show that will be
t delight and a revelation to all who
;ee it. 10 and 20 cents.
Monday night, August 15.-"The
ucklins", with Monte Blue leading,
s a novel written by Opie Read. It
s a tale of Southern country folks
Lfter the Civil war. If you haven't
-ead the novel be on hand Monday
ight for youshould not fail to see
his wonderful production and at the
Id prices, 10 and 20 cents.
Wednesday night, August 17th
Vallace Reid in the "Charm Schopl",
i~ Lila Lee plaving opo'mite him.
Vallace em'ens up a school "for' grb
nly" andi there are 50 beautiful girls
II under ?0 as his pupils. They are
aught how to be charming by in
traction in Grecian dancine. fany
wimming and driving and delsarte.
Vallece Reid is the princinal. Think
f it. You'll always regret it if you
niss seeing this charming picture.
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Sharon, S. C., Aug. 5.- (Special)
tta party given at the home of Mr.
nd Mrs. Paul Ferguson here Thurs
lay evening, announcement of the
ngagement of Miss Susie Hartness
o James Dnvidson Grist, of York,
as made, the wedding ceremony to
ake..place here October 5th.
Miss Hartness is the daughter of'
Ifr. and Mrs. JTohn,. S. Hartness, of
haron, and has many relatives and
riends through-ut the Carolinas.
fr. Grist, who is a member of the
taff of the Yorkville Enquirer, is
iuite well known in newspaper
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Notice is hereby given that orie
nal certificate number one hundred
nd forty (T140) of the Fairfield A e
icultural Society, dated March 18.,
920, issuedl to R. H. Phillips has
een lost or destroyed and that the
ndersigned will apply to saidl so
iety for a new certificate on the
th day of August. 1921.
R. H. PHILLIPS. *
Rub-My-Tism is a great pain
iler Relieves pain and soreness,
EUR CHILUREN.S PLEA.
T,) Our Parents, Teachers, Execu
tives and Legislators:
We the children of South Carolina,
appeal to you for protection frgm
the ravages of preventable diseaseqs.
We know that were ian alien/foe
to attack us and kill but one of our
number that you 'would rise as one
man and declare relentless war up
on that foe until he was thoroughly
We recall the torror with which
you read news of Zeppelin attacks
during the recent war, because a
few children-less than a hundred
were either killed or wounded
We know that were we ever men
aced by.a wolf, or a lion or tiger, or
any other beast, that you would not
rest until it was destroyed, and our
roads and highways made safe for
We, therefore, appeal to you tor
protection from the ravages of pre
We are daily menaced by foes
more deadly than the lion-more re
lentless than the wolf or tiger-and
yet you calmly go on with your
daily occupation while hundreds of
us fall victims to their power every
122 of our children in South Caro
lina died last year, as a result of
Measles, although considered to
be-a very mild disease, resulted in
the death of about 15 little children.
Meningitis during the- past year
claimed about 30 little victims.
Approximatel 250 babies dio ev
ery year in South Carolina of so
called "summer complaint."
Our doctors and learned men tell
us that these diseases are prevent
able, and mostly spread through hu
That is why we appeal to you to
pass necessary laws that we may
receive at least the same degree of
protection that you are now giving
to your hoes, cattle and crops.
For you allow your government to
spend millions of dollars every year
for the eradication of the cattle tick.
the hog cholera or the boll weevil,
and yo follow the advice of your ex
perts in every detail in combating
these foes-merely because your
stoek or your crops are affected.
We feel that we tare iust as im
portant, at least. as your cow or
vour hoe, because we are your chil
iren. and we ask you to take up
the sword to orotect us from the
iseases that daily menace us; and
vhen we grow up to become useful
~itizens we will in turn take up the
~ght against them so that in years
o come our children may know
othiner of the horrors of nrevcnt
W~e. therefore. ask ycu to fur-r.' a
as with clean, wholesome food, and
supply us with water that is fi-ee
Teach us the valuee of fresh air,
:unshine and sanitation, andl in
truct us in the ways of henithy,
Correct any physical deformity
hat you may see in us, and suffer
a not to go through life handicap
ped with bad vision, defective hear
nd you follow the advice of your ex
ng, adenoids or any other prevent
Sanitate our homes and our school
houses and institute school medical
inspection so that we niay not be
orced to mingle with the consump
tive, syphilitic and the carrier of
Instruct our people in the simple
aws of sanitation so that they will
at any lonper cough and sneeze in
ur faces, or kiss us upon the lips.
>r endanger us in any other manner.
If y .u do this for us wye will
rrow up ,to be an honor and a bless
ng to you, and when grow old and
eeble we will in turn harbor and
orotect you to the best of our abil
tv. Protect us, therefore, from the
avages of preventable diseases.
Iilk and Butter
One Registered Bull, thirteen
months old, from Shanklin's
est strain of Jerseys
A. B. Cathcart
666 quickly relieves Constipation,
iliousness, Loss of Appetite and
leaahse o Torpid Liver
W. F. KEEHA
By keeping brakes o
in good shape. We
stock all sizes of br
Let us repair and a<
All sizes radiator
other parts of
H. W. Hana
We carry a full stock of
selecteJ groceries. Also
fresh meats which are h
most sanitary manner.
Delivery in town or r
W. B. Porter's
With the Fordson
Harrow Whether i 1
With the Fordsona the farm, or'
Harvest Fordson Trac
With the Fordson der inerVU
With ordthnumands of
Wit th Fordson No matter wk
Saw Wood .if it can be '
With the Fordson power the Fc
'Pump Water and doit well
With the Fordson 170,000 ow i
With teFordson offeld and be
With the Frdoz boin of te
With the Fordson Call, write 01
Grind Feed facts. Learn
With the Fordson the Fordson I
the day's wor
n your car
a full line of
andled in a
tor is doing won
asing proft for
rdson can do it,
Cl use in all parts
t work prove the
bility, and relia
phone for the
now just what
neans to you 1D