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Miss Margaret Neil Social Editor.
Mrs. J. E. McDonald spent Monday
Mr. John D. Blair, of Blairs, was
visitor here Monday.
Dr. J. E. Douglas, Sr. has been
ill for the past week.
Mr. John Bratton, of Summerton,
* nt Tuesday in town.
Miss Lucy Doty has returned from
a visit to Bennettsville.
Mrs. C. M. Chandler returned from
Hartsville on Tuesday.
Mr. P. M. Brice, of Columbia,
pent the week-end in town.
Mr. Dick Singleton, of Columbia,
was a visitor here on Sunday.
Mr. Alexander Williford, of Che
raw, is home for a few days.
Mrs. Rosa Gettys, of Charleston,
is visiting Mrs. Oliver Johnson.
Miss Rheta Meares, of Columbia,
visi Lid friends here on Saturday.
Mr. Reid Harden, of Clemson Col
lege, spent he week-end at home.
Miss Sarah DesPortes returned
from Concord, N. C., on Sunday.
Miss Emma Rose, of Greenville,
4 is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Sloan.
Miss ONsie Cathcart of Winthrop
College spent the week-end at home.
Mesdames J. M. Harden, Jr., and
S. P. Jordan shopped in Columbia
Mrs. J. J. Creight is in Columbia
this week with her sister, Mrs. John
Mrs. K. R. McMaster attended the
Music Festival in Spartanburg this
Mr. Jack McMaster returnedMon
day-'after a trip to Greenville, Athens
Ga and other points.
The Music Club will meet on Fri
day afternoon at five o'clock, with
- Miss Beck Hanano
Miss Virginia Green, of Oolumbia,
is, e guest of her sister, Mrs. Gor
I( J; M. Holladay, of Mariom, is
the' guest of her daughter, Mrs. H.
*Miss Jane Ketchin, of the Winthrop
college faculty, spent the week-end
at her home here.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. McMaster and
son and Mrs. Addie Williford spent
Tuesday in Columbia.
Miss Elizabeth Cathcart, who is
teaching in Rock Hill, spent the
week-end at her home here.
Messrs. J. E. McDonald, Sr., and
T. K. McDonald spent several days
in Greenville this week.
Miss Mary Wylie, of White Oak,
spent the week-end with her sister,
Mrs. G. R. Lauderdale.
Miss Agnes Macfie of Winthrop
spent the week-end with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Macfie..
Mrs. H. N. Spencer is visiting her
niece, Mrs. G. F. Patton, after win
tering with relatives in Charleston.
Mrs. John Hood returned Sunday
from a visit of several weeks gith
Mrs. J. S. Elliott, of Bryson City,
One woman i
"A domestic science
was the lightest cai
tasted or seen-but
l used at least six egi
She wouldn't belie
two-until I show
how I made it. Nov
lug but RoyaL"
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Mr. Alton Hoy left Monaday for
Draughn's Buisness College,Columbia
where he expects to take a short
Mr Roy Hill returned to his home
in Charleston Tuesday after visit
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Niel near here.
Mrs. J. C. Gladden, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. A. W. Brown
returned to her home in Charlotte
on Friday last.
Mrs. Charles Edmundson, who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Mary
Cosby, returned to her home in Sa
vannah on Tuesday.
Mrs. S. L. Lindsay, little Miss
Maragaret Lindsay, Mrs. D. C. Wy
lie and children are visiting Mrs. E.
L. Jager in Charleston.
Mrs E. W. Yates and ltttle daugh
ter returned Monday from Newber
ry, where they have been on an ex
tended visit t. Mrs. Yates' parents.
A Party consisting of Mr. and
Mrs. J. 0. Boag, Mr. and. Mrs. G. R
Lauderdale, and Miss Mary Wylie
motored to Camden this week and
spent a day with Dr. and Mrs. Robert
GREENBRIER MINSTREL SHOW
At the Community House on
Tuesday night the Greenbrier Dra
matic club entertained a crowded
house. The black-faced comedians
were quite amusing displaying mark
ed talent. A very good sum was
realized from this entertainment.
The hour of services at Lebanon
Presbyterian church, Winnsboro Rt.
3, has been changed from afternoon,
Sunday school at 2:30 and preaching
service at 3:30, to morning, Sunday
school at 10:00 and preaching ser
vice at 11:00. Services every Sun
day; preaching by the pastor, the
Rev. J. Sproles Lyons, Jr. The ser
vices will change to mnomiing on May
The public is always cordially in
vited and welcomed to attend these
THE MICROBE OF LOVE.
One of the best local talent plays
that has taken place in Wirmsboro
was given at the Community House
on last Fridy evening by about
thirty-five of Winnsboro's young
The chorus girls were charming
in their dainty and becoming cos
tumes-while the old maids afforded
a great deal of amusement with
their absurd costumes and their
schemes for catching a ~husband
from amonig Winnsboro's remaining
bachelors. The bachelor sceine was
very good-each lachelor giving his
own ideas lof how to keep out of the
path' of the other sex. Mr. and Mrs.
Henpeck gave a scene from g-eal life,
she with the help of the rolling pin
and he drowning his sorrows in the
punch bowl. The part of the pur
veyor~ of the Microbe which inocu
lated its victims with the seductive
lve serum was played amnirably
by the attractive and capable coach,
On the whole the entertainment
was a delightful one and was en
joyed by everyone present. The
sum of $279 was taken in--half of
this going to pay for the services
of the director, and the other half for
the beiefit of the Community House.
teacher said it
e she had ever
d her exactly
she uses noth
Mrs. G. S.
eaves No Bitter Taste
k Book-It's FREE
William St New York
Messrs. J. G. Wdlling and Sam
Clqwney spent Monday in Columbia.
There will be services at he Epis
ccpal church Sunday morning at 11
o'clock, conducted by Mr. G. F. Pat
ton, lay reader.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lauderdale, of;
Brooklyn, N. Y. are visiting relatives
Miss Anne Gannt is spending the
week-end with Miss Marguerite Tal
bot of Rock Hill.
Mrs. John Ruff and little daugh
ter, of Newberry, are the guests of
Mrs. Julia Long.
Mrs. Bezeel , Morris, of Florida,
is spending some time at the home
of her mother, Mrs. Julia Long.
Union service at the Episcopal
church at 8 o'clock, with the Rev.
G. G. Mayes to preach.
Mrs. W. C. Boyd, of Charlotte, and
litle son, Blakely, arrived on Thurs
day to visit Mrs. Boyd's parents, Mr
and Mrs. John W. Lyles.
It has been reported officially to
the State Boarrd of Health that
there is ;a suspected case of leprosy
in Winnsboro. Dr. Hayden has made
an investigation ad found arterial
occlusion causing gangrene of parts
of both feet, confirming previous di
agnosis of attending physician.
BUSINESS MEETING OF BRIDGE
At a business meeting of the
Thursday Bridge Club at the home
of Mrs. Dees on Wednesday after
noon, the scores for the year were
given, and it was found that Mrs.
Amos Davis, Jr., held the highest
score. On her return from Concord
she will be the guest of honor at
the annual party given, as is the cus
tom, by the club. .
Mrs. Amos Davis, Jr., was elected
to succeed Mrs. Dees as president,
and Miss Beck Hanahan succeeds
Mrs. John Harden, Jr., as secretary.
Mrs. Pritchard was elected as a new
member of the club.
BISHOP FINLAY H&R
Bishop Kirkman G. Finlay was at
St. John's Episcopal church on last
Sunday afternoon. He delivered an
unusually fine sehnon, with "Peace"
as his subject, with that straigh-for
ward nenner and magnetie person
ality, of his that attracts immediate
ly. He confirmed a class of four
young men during the service. The
choir repeated part of its Easter
program. Bishop Finlay preached
again at union service that night in
the Methodist church.
DINNER FOR VETERANS.
The John Bratton Chapter of the
U. D. C. will serve a dinner to the
Confederate Veterans of Fairfield
county on Memorial Day, May 10th,
at twelve o'clock in the Community
Building. The memorial exercises
will be held at three o'clock. Dr. E.
W. Pressley, -who is la well known
speaker on such occasions will deliv
er the main address. The Catherine
Ladd medal, which is given annually
for the best essay on some topic
chosen by the chapter, will be pre
The John Bratton Chapter of the
U. D. C. wishes '-o extend an in
vitation to all of the Veterans and
urge them to be presant at the din
ner which is to be given them onWed
nesday, May the 10th.
DISTRICT CONFERENCE OF
DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY
The Ridge District Conference of
the United Daughters of the Con
federacy, which comprises the chap
ters of York, Chester, Fairfield,
Kershaw, Richland and Lexington
counties, will meet in Winnsboro, on
Friday, May 5th. Mrs. W. F. Mar
shall, president of the district, will
preside over the conference. Mrs.
C. J. Milling, of Darlington, presi
dent of the South Carolina division
of the U. D. C., and other state of
ficers will be present. The John
Bratton chapter of the U. D. C. will.
serve a luncheon to he delegates, and
to the Thomas Woodward Chapter
of the D. A. R. AMl ladies of the
town are cordially invited to attend
the meetings of the conference.
COMMUNITY HOUSE PROGRAM.
Friday-Win. S. Hart, in "O'Mal
ley of the Mounted." One big six
reel western picture with the set
ting in the Canadian mounted police
service. See it and you will appre
Monday-Wanda Hawley, in "The
Lone Charm.'' A comedy drama
that mill make you want to see it
JUNIOR MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
The Junior Missionary Society of
the Methodist church was entertain
ed on last Friday evening by Mrs.
J. L. Robinson. After the program
was carried out, a candy pulling was
given the children, which was great
MR. AND MRS. McDOWELL EN
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McDowell en
tertained at cards on Thursday ev
ening. Three tables of players were
present. The women's prize, a hand
embroidered handkerchief, was won
by Miss Floride Martin. The gen
tlemen's prize a deck of cards, was
won by Mr. S. C. Kennett. A salad
course with coffee was served.
The examination for teachers' cer
tificates will be held at the Court
House on Friday and Saturday, May
12th and 13th.
There will be an examination for
primary certificates which will en
able the holder to teach through the
5th grade. Also examination for ele
mentary certificates, enabling the
holder to teach through the 9th
First, second and third grade cer
tificates will be issued in each of
The examination for high school
certificates will be held at a later
J. L. BRICE.
Co. Supt. of Education.
WANTED-Teams for hauling lum
ber. Regular work and good pay.
See or write Coxe-MUy Lumber
Company, Strother, S. C. 6-9
Notice is hereby given that 0. E.
Manigault, Administrator of the es
tate of John E. Manigault, dece.md,
has this day made application unto
-me for a final discharge as such ad
ministrator; and that the 14th day
of May, 1922, at 10 o'clock at my of
fice, has been appointed for the hear
ing of said petition.
' * W. L. HOLLEY,
Judge of Probate, Fairfield Co.,S
April 14th, 192
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We have in stock Engines made by the Witte Engine Works ol
Kansas City, Mo., as follows:
Gasoline and Kerosene Stationary Engines.
Gasoline Portable Sav Rigs.
Gasoline Engine Drag Saws
All equipped with Bosch Magneto and sold at factory prices.
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823 West Gervais Street COLUMBIA, S. C.
BATTERY REPAIRS AND CHARGING
VULCANIZING AND GENERAL
* Corner Stores
r Damage Sale
AL FOR SATURDAY -. -
-ds White Homespun 40
Wide at 6 cents per yard.,
's Work Shirte in Good
or Chambray = = 43 c
4 P. M. we will offer
mf Gingham at 6 cents per yard
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