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Miss Margaret Neil Social Editor.
Mr. Fay DesPortes left Tuesday
for Charlotte to spend several days.
T. G. Castles, after a week's visit
to his parents, has returned to Parks
ville, S. C.
Miss Amelia Robertson, R. N.,
was in town Thursday visiting rela
Marian Seigler, of Winthrop
College, 'spent the week-end at her
Miss Julia Gsntt has returned home
after spending several weeks in Sa
P. M. Brice, of Columbia, spent
the week-end with his mother, Mrs.
W. 0. Brice.
J. H. Boulware, of the Charleston
Medical College, spent the week at
his home here.
Miss Lucile Timmons, of Colum
bia, spent part of this week with
Miss Elsie Godwin.
Miss Maizie Meighan, of Colum
bia, spent part of last week with
Mrs. T. H. Ketchin.
Mrs. S G. Martin spent the week
end in Columbia with her daughter,
Miss Mattie Martin.
'4 Miss Caroline .Stewart, of Cincin
nati, Ohio, is spending the winter
with Mrs. John Bomar.
Ormsby Bourke, of Atlanta, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ken
nerly for the week-end.
Miss Malinda Murphy, of Spartan
burg, spent part of this week with
Miss Carrol Clements.
Marion Holley, of Columbia, spent
-the week-end with his parents, Judge
and Mrs. W. L. Holley.
Miss Marie Dwight left Tuesday
for her home in Charleston, after
spending several weeks with Mrs. G.
Mrs. J. N. Caldwell and Mrs. Mat
-tie M. Bryan spent tha week-end in
Blackstock with their mother and
otper relatives. -
Mrs. Pressley Burckmeyer, of
Hendersonville, arrived on Friday
- a two weeks' visit to her mother,
Mrs. Robert E. Ellison.
Mrs. Joseph Foard returned to
-home in Baltimore on Saturday,
after spending last week with her
cousin, Mrs. T. H. Ketchin.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Payne, and
Mr. Cobb, of Camden, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. I. V.
Wilson last Sunday.
Mrs. F. A. DesPortes and Fay Al
ien DesPortes, Jr., returned the lat
ter part of the week from a two
weeks' stay in Charlotte.
Mrs. Smith, of Concord, N. C., and
Mrs. Hatchett, of Atlanta, left for
their homes Wednesday, after visit
qng Mrs. U. G. DesPortes..
Miss Cornelia Thomas, who has
made her home here for the past two
years, returned to Columbia on Wed
nesday, much to the regret of her
U. D. C. MEETING.
SThe -J~hn Bratton Chapter zof the
Wited Daughters of the Confeder
acy held its first meeting since the
summer recess on Friday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. M. W. Doty The
program was as follows: Charles
ton,. Description of Its Beautiful
Harbor, and Other Interesting Points,
by Mrs. J. L. Bryson; Sketch of Paul
Hamilton Hayne, and one of his
poems, by Miss Mallie McMaster;
Sketch e William Gilmore Simms,
by Mr'' W. H. Willingham. Mes
dlames Eirnest Gladden and John
Fayssoux were received as new mem
hers at this meeting. The guests of
the chapter were: Mrs. Joseph
Foard, of Baltimore, Miss Maizie
V:han, of Columbie, Mrs. G. A.
T'hnstone and Mrs. J. S. Holler.
Sandwiches and tea were served.
THURSDAY BRIDGE CLUR.
Mrs. J. E. McDonald, Jr., was hos
tess to the Thursday Bridge Club or
turday morning. Two tables of
tyers were present. The highest
re 'was a tie between Miss Nan
Neil and Miss Janice Wilson. The
:yms were bright with bowls of
~carlet saje. Chicken salad, sand
7wiches and cocoa were served.
For dainty mer~s , w sr~ed, vis
it The Tea Shop. in The Arcade. du
ring your'trip to the fair. Miss Bes
sie McMastei, .Manager. 3-1
FOR MISS THOMAS.
Mrs. William Keehan entertained
t cards on Friday evening in honor
- Miss Cornelia Thomas. Two ta
cs were set for bridge. A salad
course with coffee was serevd.
The Tuesday Evening Bridge Club
entertained Saturday evening at the
iome of Mrs. P. M. Dees in honor
' Miss Cornelia Thomas. Three ta
bles of players enjoyed the Club's
)spitality. The guest of honor was
presented with a box of candy. A
salad course with coffee was served.
Miss Thomas was again the guest
of honor on Monday evening when
Mrs. L. H. Pritchard entertained.
three tables were set for bridge.
Welch rarebit, sandwiches and coffee
COMMUNITY HOUSE PROGRAM.
Friday night, October 21.-Bryant
.Vashburn in "Burglar Proof," and
Monday night, October 24.-The
"Misleading Lady" (Bert Lytell)'
and a big Al Christie 2-reel Comedy.
Wednesday night, October 26.
Alice Bnady in "Out of the Clouds."
TO WED IN NOVEMBER.
Mr. and Mr.s W. B. Hoy announce
the engagement of their- daughter,
Margaret Anne,, to Harold Burns
Crowson, the wedding th take place
in November. This couple are two
of our most popular young people,
and the News and Herald extends
WINNSBORO MILLS THEATRE.
Saturday, October 22.-Bert Ly
tell in "Misleading Lady".. This is
a bit different from the usual Lytell
pictures-one of his best.
Tuesday, October 25.- 10th, 11th
and 12th episode of "The Screaming
Shadow." This is a band special.
Thursday, October 27.-"The 'U.
P. Trail"-Zane- Grey's greatest no
vel. A massive picture of the Great
IN HONOR OF MRS. FOARD.
Mrs. D. V. Walker entertained on
Friday morning in honor of Mrs.
Joseph Foard, of Baltimore, Md.
Abat twenty-five guests were pres
nt. The rooms were prettily decro
-ted in pink and yellow flowers.
,veral musical selections were giv
by Mrs. Walker and Miss Alice
Walker, which added grdatly to the
leasure of the occasion. At noon
a delicious luncheon .was served.
Special Train to Columbia Account
of State Fair Thursday, Oct. 27.
Southern Railway will operate a
special train from Charlotte to Co
lumbia and return Thursday, Octo
ber 27th, for accommodation of vis
itors to the State Fair.
This .trin will leave Charlotte
6:00 a. in.; Blackstock 8:06 a. mn.;
Woodward 8:12 a. mn.; White Oak
8:23 a. in.; Adger 8:30 a. mn.; Winns
boro 8:42 a. in.; Rockton 8:50 a. mn.;
Simpson 8:57 a. in.; Ridgew~ay 9:10
a. mn.; Smnallwood 9-15 a. mn.; Blythe
wood 9:25 a. mn.; arriving Columbia
10:00 a. mn. Returning,, leave Co
lumbia 6:30 p. m.,
Round trip tickets will be sold- at
greatly reduced .fares October 24th
to 28th, with final return limit Oc
For further information apply to
SELF-RELIANCE GOES BANK
Thin Blood Saps Energy. Guide's
Pepto-Mangan Rebuilds the Blood
Wrestling with a weakened condi
tion of the blood is ta desperate strug
gle. Thin watery blood deprives the
body of- energy and causes a played.
out feeling not unlike utter exhaus
tion A man with weak blood has not
the full use of his powers. He lacks
decision, and vacillates until he loses
Some men, and women too, go
faltering along for months scarcely
realizing that they need Gude's Pep
to-Mangan, the blood builder. But
when they hav~e taken it for a while
what a difference there is in the
fc'Iir The old-time vigor and the
red-blooded hue of good health re
turn. T' ne" ric". blood c:ets -to
work, building, fortifying, lifting the
spirit '.p to its na stamnrd.
Physicians have prescribed Gude's
Pento-Mangan for years as a blood:
builder. Druegists sell it in liquid
tablet form. Look for the name
"Gude's Pepto-Mangin" on the pack
James W. Horne, Jr., celebrated
his fifth birthday last Monday, Oc
tober 3rd. Fifteen or more of his
little friends enyed this occasion
with him. The usual ice cream and
cake were served.
FALL LYCEUM OPENS.
On Wednesday evening at the
Community House, the first number
of the Redpath Lyceum Course was
given. Mr. V. S. Watkins, a Master
Interpreter, was the attraction. Mr.
Watkins' reading, "Turn to the
Right," was delivered in a nasterful
manner. He held the attention of
'he audience from start to finish.
No difficulty is experienced 41 dis
tinguishing the different haracters
Of the story when interpreted by
Watkins. He gives a definite
aracter to each person in the play.
The fun and intensely human inter
st stor of "Turn to the Right" was
rendered by Mr. Watkins with un
,sual dramatic ability.
The audience was small, but very
appreciative; It is sincerely hoped
.at the people of our community
will give their support to entertain
ments of this kind. There are four
,ore numbers on this season's course
and it would be a splendid testimo
nial to the men of ou: city who have
obligated themselves to the Redpath
Bureau fr the cost of the Lyceum,
'f our people .would attend the com
,ng atttions. These men, in
bringing a Lyceum Course to our
city have no thought of gain or pro
fit. They \are actuated only by the
high motive of providing clean, m9r
al entertainment for our people. Let
s give them our support.
Football game today between YorY
and Winnsboro High Schools. Garpe
is called at 3 p. m. Come out and
the boys encouragement to win.
7ork has the reputation of being a
-etty hard team to down, but the
home staff feel equal to the occa
sion. 25 and 35 cents are the pri~es
.charged to see the home boys win.
MRS. J. H. CATHCART ACCEPTS
Mrs. J. H. Cathcart has accepte
the appointment of Roll Call Chair
man for Winnsboro Chapter of the
American Red Cross. Mrs. Cath
cart will immediately begin active
,work of organization to make the
Roll Call the most far-reaching in
the history of Winnsboro.
IThe Story of~
By3 JONATHAN BRACE
IS panish '
* . who laid
claim to the
S discovery, of
* *, o u r Pacific!
1543 Ferrelo ~
possibly sailed aa far North as
the Oregon boundary. 'In 1579
Sir Francis Drake explored for +
,England the coast considerably
*north of this. Other Spaniards
tmade further explorations and
Captain Cook, the English navi
*gator, In 1783 landed at Nootka
ISound and gave It Its name.?
4Thus both Spain and England
laid claim to this regIon.
- The American rights to this
territory were based on the dig.
Scovery of the Columbia river in
i1792 by Captain Robert Gray,
+who sailed from Boston in thef
ship Columbia to open up fur
Strade. Many American fur~
*traders followed .and In 1811i
IJohn Jacob Astor, the head of
the Pacific Fur company, estab
lished a settlement called Astor
' Ia at the mouth of the Columbia.
The real opening of the North
west was the result of the fam-I
Ions Lewis and Clark expedl
By 1848 a decided flow of
Iemigrants from the East trav
elled over the Oregon Trail from
Kansas City to the. Columbia4
+river, and thus Into Oregon. Tiw e
*trip over thIs route occupied
Sabout three months and the set
Itiers generally travelled in large
parties to withstand any pos
*sible attacks from Indians.
American settlers became so
*numerous that the United States4
Sactively- laid claim to this re
*gion. Spain had been forced to
withdraw any rights she may
have had when Florida was
ceded in 1819. This left Eng
*land and Ame'rica quarrelling
over this section of the country..
Final settlemnent, with definite
boundaries between the United
States and Canada, was made
The Oregon territory was
formed in 1848 and the State of
Oregon was taken into the Un
ion In 1859 with an area of 20,
699 square miles.
*((c@by McClure Newspaper Byndicate.) *
EAT ONLY THE BEST
Fresh Oysters, Steaks of. all kinds,
Pork of all kinds, Sausage of all kinds
Breakfast Bacon, Ham, Celery, Lettuce,
Grapefruit, Oranges. Apples, Bananas,
Confectioners Sugar, Crackers and
W. B. Porter
Cash Grocery .
Carload Ford cars with or
.Touring Cars with starters. plain - $ 425
Touring Cars with starter, dem'tble rims $450
Touring Cars without starter - $355
f. o. b. Detroit. -
Mr. R. C. Coleman is now in charge of our
Battery Department. Call by and let him look
your battery over. We want to give best of bat
Fairfield Motor Company[