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FAIRFIELD COUNTY NEWS
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were the principal speakers, and
short and interesting talks were mad-,
by T. J .,Perry, A. P. Irby, J. Pope
Brooks. H. A. Gibson. Dr. Estes and
W W. Ligon; :also by several ladies.
This scribe tried to tell a joke at
the last and fell down on it as usual,
no one laughed and your humble
servant felt like a fool at a frolic.
If parents, pupils an1 teachers
will cooperate, which ':eemeda io be
the principal theme of discussion,
there is no reason why Bethel school
should not be the banner school of
the county, with such teachers as
Mrs. Sharp, Mrs. Mann and Miss
Montgomery, it cannot be otherwise.
The recent rise in the price of cot
ton has caused more smiles and good
feeling than anything that has oc
curred since the armistice was sign
ed. On every hand you can hear
expressions like these: "Providence
has saved us." In prosperity it is
an easy matter to believe that an
unseen hand rules over the affairs of
-men, but whencotton was selling for
10 cents the pound and the present
crop ahlst a failure, with debts to
be paid that were made on a basis
of forty-cent cotton, providence did
not come in for much pi'aise and
I believe that the condition report
for this county is still too high. I
am sure that twenty-eight would not
be too low for this community.
Mrs. Phenia Smith and daughter
have moved to Columbia to live, and
we have lost two of our best and
life-long neighbors. ,
The Rev. M. Sharp will soon finish
his third conference year on the
Fairfield charge, and I, for one.
would be glad to have hime one more
year-but no longer. He is a live
wire "where ever he is placed, and
doesn't look so awfully bad-no
worse, at least, than Jim Jones.
Mr Walter Brice, of Ocalo, Fla.,
is spending a short time with his
parents, Mr. and Mr. ;. R. Brice.
Mr. F. E. Harrison. and Misses
Norma and Gussie Lee spent a few
days with Miss Willie Timms.
- Miss Margaret Young is visiting
a friend at Grier.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jones and fam
ily spent the week-end in the com
Messrs. Charlie and Walter Brice
spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs. J.
Te farmers are about to get mn
good spirits again, as cotton has gone
op and the corn crop is a good one
The members of Mt. Zion Baptist
church of Mitford opened the doors
to the public Sunday afternoon, Sept.
4th, with a large crowd present. The
foll'owing members gave the history
of the church and thanked the other
denomrinations for their help: Rev. F.
K. Hair, the pastor in charge, Rev.
J R. Moore, the former pastor Mr.
Robert Kilgo, the "eldest member,"
vr. John W. Keistler, Mr. C. S. Ford,
Mr Strother Ford. The church is
t(r.e of the latest models, built on
ii given by Mr. C. S. Ford, and
'he public join the members in say
ing it is a handsome house of wor
The members of the younger
geneiration should be proud of what
Mr* Ford has given to Mitford.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Grady are the
proud parents of a beautiful boy,
Rev. F. K. Hair will have Rev.
Bomar, of Winnsboro, _to assist him
with a protracted meeting.
The road commissioners are cut
ting a road in the Hollis community
and fixing the road by Camp Wel
fare, which work is greatly needed..
Misses Mary Belle and Kathleen
Lemmon, with Miss Bessie Turner,
spent a few days with Miss Janie
Lemmon the past week.
Miss Courtney Atkinson, of Rem
bert, visited Mrs. W. J. Lemrmon re
Miss Marie Lemmon gave the
young people a much enjoyed party
on last Thursday night.
Misses Jane Harvey and Belle;
Lemmon are the guests of Mrs.
Maggie Gossett, of P~acolet.
Mr. W. D. Park motored to Co
lumbia on Tuesday.
Mr. Rembart Martin, who spent
the summer with Mr. Park, has re
turned to his home in Columbia.
Miss Marie Lemmon opened her
schoo a Hop on Monday.
Supt. Oscar Lemmon will open his
school at Hamer on Sept 19.
Miss Jennie Mullin leaves on Sat
irday to be ready for work in the
)3ympia graded school on Sept. 12.
Misses Janie Castles and Wilma
I'urner visited Miss Marie Lemmon
:he past week.
Hill Crest school will open on Sep
:ember 12th. We are glad that Miss
Elizabeth Kerr, of Blackstock, will
be with ts again.
Miss Rgsa Park ar! Mr. Your
Park visited their brother, Dr. 1. G.
Park, in Charleston last week.
Mr. and Mrs.. Ellison Wylie wor
shiped at Salem church last Sunday.
Miss Sallie Blair spent several
iays with Miss Mary Helen C'ryw
ford last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Milo Martin motored
to Lancaster Saturday and spent
the week-end with Dr and Mrs.
Mr. Robert Martin has returned
from Union. Some attraction t<
call him to Union so often.
Mr. Robert Aiken, Misses Corinne
and Genie Aiken motored to Co.
lumbia last Saturday.
Miss Genie Gladney left on Mon
day for Washington, D. C., where
she will teach this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Coleman and
Miss Marguerite spent Monday with
Mrs. Howard Coleman.
Mrs. W. H Crowder will come
home Friday from the Columbia
'Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Crowder and
Miss Maggie spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs.John Coleman, of Feaster
Rev. Lyon preached a most forc
ible sermon at Salem last Sunday.
Rev. D. A. Swicord and Lyon are
visiting in our community this week.
We are still very hot and dry and
needing rain badly.
Fall gardens are not much, as we
are needing rain to make them do
WHITE OAK. '
Mr. J. 11. Patrick is on his vaca
tion trip: He plans to visit severai
different points in the state.
Hon. and Mrs J. K. Henry, of
Cheser, spent the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. M. W. Patrick. Little Miss
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torists as to the p
mobiles must fall
of motor fuel an<
The Standard oil
had long before g
- mobile buildersh:
the sale had be
those who bough
ure cars. Branch
their only point
Refiners of gasol
have almost dail'
been so far devel<
become almost z
Margaret Patrick, who has been vis. i
iting in Chester, returned with them. t
. Mrs. J. J. Sanders has returned
from Newberry, where she was vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. John Ameen,
who has been quite sick. t
Mrs. Leonard Ratteree and her
two sisters spent last week with Mrs.
T. D. Moore.
Miss Florence Patrick has as her
guests, Misses Martha Moore, of
Orrville, Ala., and Dot Jennings, of
Union, S. C.,
Rev. and Mrs. .M. W. Parkinson
a returned from a few days' vist
to Due West.
The Misses Janette Moore of
York, Mary Sutherland, of Columbia.
and Helen Moffatt, of Chester, are
the guest, of Miss Mary Patrick.
Miss Florence Patrick entertained
at a delightful arty Tuesday morn
ing in b-- her guests. 'Tables
werp ninced under the shade of the
trees and "42" was enjoyed. At the
conclusion of the games a delicious
salad course, with mint ice, was
Mrs. Brooks CorpweA of Georgia,
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on a ne
[IVES of the automotive
dstries recently decided
task of instructing mo
~opel- functioning of auto.
upon the manufacturers
I lubricating oils.
Company (New Jersey)
hdly assumed its share of
It realized that the auto
d little opportunity, after
made, to. advise with
engines, trucks or pleas
service stations furnished
of- contact with users of
ie, on. the other hand,
Sdealings with motorists
Gasoline engines have
ped that fuel quality has
ore of a problem than
tion in the motor.
inding of the many deli.
s on an extedned visit to her sis
er, Mrs. T. E. Smith.
Mrs. Herbert Smith spent last
veek with Mrs. D. F. Smith.
David Bankhead is visiting rela
ives in Winnsboro and Mitford.
Mrs. Geo Moore has returned
rom an extended visit to her sister
n Winnsboro. Mrs. Moore ha3 not
een so well and we certainly missed
er absence from the church work
We, are sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs.
We have a high power, fast
omjlete power plant in itslef
Lever control starts and stops
The first ten orders received for i
$125 each. Do not forget Bosch
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cate considerations involve
of a 100% motor fuel-in
cient for every demand
strained this company fron
ffr "STANDARD" MOTN
which could not be justfi
by evry purchaser of the
Our Developmert Departm
studying possible impro'
quality of our productsw
provement in quality seem~
complete and dependable
are the largest refiners cf
ncts in the world, drawin
every section of the West4
for crude oil.
Our unhesitating advic'e t
is to realize the advantages
work by using "STAND
GASOLINE. This course
run, insure engine efficien
than it can be secured in :
Herbert Smith as neighbos in the fue
ture. They will miske their home in
North Carolina, where Mr. Smith is
an engineer on highway work.
Mr and Mrs. T. H. Wilds and Mrs.
Weir spent Saturday in Winnsboro,
Rev. Eubanks has returned tb re
sume his pastoral duties at Ridgewal
and Longtown churches, after a trip
Wrightsville Beach, N. C.
Rev. and Mrs. D. .M. Clark are
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cutting outfit forced feed-a
or sawing logs to any length.
es the work of six to ten men.
ver control of blade while en
e is running. Have good as
tment of Gasoline Engines. All
tipped with Bosch Magneto and
ered at factory .prices.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY CO.,
I W-Gervais St., Columbia, S. C.
his engine will be furnished for.
Magneto Equipment instead 5f
d in the making
-has always re.
ent is constantly'
rements in the
berever the im
o every motorist
of this reserche
will, in the long
cy more surely
~ny other way.