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WEEKLY NEWS FROM
THE WINSBURO MILLS
The ball game last Saturday after
noon between Mill number one and
Mill number two was about the classi
est. game on the local diamond this
season. Not until Saturday did we
realize that we had enough material
to make up two good ball clubs.
When we tell you that mill number
two defeated mill number one by the
score of 5 to 3, you can readily see
that it was a closely contested affair.
Verner was in the box for Mill num
ber one with John Orr receiving. In
the sixth inning Verner was succeed
ed by Humphries. Enloe was on the
mound for Mill number two with Tay
lor receiving. After the third inning
Gibson relieved Enloe who was suffer
ing with a sore arm. Mill number one
was held scoreless, until the eigth in
ning. In this inning Grant at third
played football with a couple of easy
rollers after two were out. With two
runners perched on the sacks. John
Orr caught one of Gibson's spitters
on the nose for three sacks. He scor
ed a moment later on an infield out.
In the ninth with one out Mill num
ber one got a runner on first and
second when Grant went down to deep
short to get a cigarette from the
short stop both runners advanced a
bag. Jimmie Smii hit an easy roll
er to pitcher and was tossed out at
first. Goodwin was retired at first
ending the game. For Mill number
two Lokey, Harper and McDonald
started. Fallows and Orr hit hard for
Mill number one. Gordan A. John
stone umpired a great game. Once
he called a bad strike on Grant but
after Grant treated the umps to a
cold Chero Cola the umpiring was
fine. These same teams hook up a
gain Saturdy week August 12.
Mr. J. M. Williams and family left
Tuesday :.fternoon for. Kings, Moun
tain, N. C., where they will make their
future home.
On Tuesday evening on the lawn
of his home, Geo. C. Gibson entertain
ed the boys club nd treated them to
a water melon catting. A boxing
carnival was held during the even
ing. Each of the forty boys present
had the opportunity of putting on the
gloves. Some excellent exercise wa.
enjoyed. At nine o'clock "Preacher"
Gibson brought out the melQns. The
boys seated themselves around on the
lawn and were served large portions
of melon by four of their number who
assisted Mr. Gibson., Seven new mem
bers were initiated into the club. The
MUC witnessed the evening of fun.
et-c ar
THE $50 CHECD
WAS WON BY 'I
CHURCH AT THE
ED BY A RELIA]
WITH THE COUN
WELL, BUT WE C
CHURCH HAVIN(
KNOW NO FAVOR
Close OL
All children's white
quantity; choice.
Other children's dr4
[ Boys' wash suits (
* Boys' wash hats (5(
* Other wash hats (6
Good quality yard w
* Men's summer unio>
Men's separate garri
Ladies' good grade
Men's work shirts
Men's slippers (sold
Women's slippers..
All women's and ch
choice .............
SAVE '1
tows and deserve your sympathy and
encouragement. They are the men 1
of tomorrow. Help us to keep them, I
clean, honorable and true.
The Lokey family, Gibson family
and Reese family had supper togeth
er in the woods, near a fine spring,
several miles out in the country last .
Friday evening.
Mr. Ruch, the new overseer of spin
ning has been quite sick for several
days, having been confined to his bed
since the ratter part of last week.
Miss Dora Bell spent the week-end
with relatives and friends in Colum
bia .
There are 170 voters enrolled in
the mill village. Now lets get set
for the election. Important County
officers are to be elected. Enquire
about and find out who the best man
for the office is, and vote for him.
It is a patriotic duty to vote. Let us
become informed about the candidates
as by that we shall be able to wisely
cast our ballot. The best interests
of our county and State demand that
we concern ourselves about the quali- 1
fications of the men whom we elect
to hold office.
The pastor of the Greene Memorial
Baptict church received a happy sur
prise Monday evening when Mr. E.
H. Wood, Manager of the Battery, one;
of Winnsboro's leading dry goods
store* called him over the telephone
and asked him to come to his store.
Upon arrival at the store Mr. Woods
informed Mr. Gibson that during the
last thirty days he had been running
a voting contest for the churches in
the county. With each purchase of
one dollar or more the customer was
allowed to cast so many votes for the:
church of his choice. At the end of
the 30 days Mr. John Gibson a dis
interested party(and no relation to
Rev. George C. Gibson) counted the
votes and found that the Stephen
Greene Memorial Baptist church was:
te winner. Mr. Gibson was present
ed with a check for $50.00. The pas
tor thanked Mr. Woods for the check
and wants to thank each purchaser
who cast a single vote or more for the
church.
Mr. Broom presented the writer
with some very fine tomatoes. The
largest weighed one pound and a
quarter and the other three weighed
a pound each.
Mr. John Ingle has moved into the
house out of which Mr. J. M. Williams
moved. The house is number 1101.
Mr. George P. Hall has resigned
his position with the Winnsboro Mills.
The writer has been informed that
Mr.. Hall has accepted a position in
Mountain,:.-. C
50.00 Dot
FOR THE CHURCH HAVING
HE STEPHEN GREENE ME]
WINNSBORO MILLS. ALL VO'I
3LE OUTSIDER, WE HAVING
TING 0 FSAME. ALL OF TH]
OULD ONLY GIVE IT, AS ADV
THE MOST VOTES-WE HA
ITES.
it of All Summ
aturday Specia
dresses (values to $2.00) sizes 4
isses (limited quantity)....
$1.25 values) limited quantity.
)c values) -limited quantity.. .
5c values) limited quantity
ide bleaching ......
as (36 to 46)........
ents ....................
nainsook underskirts ($1.00 value
(limited quantity)
at $5.00)...-...--..
idren's white shoes and oxfords
OUR COUPONS FOR NICE' PR
BA~
Vinnsboro. S. I
On the 28th a little girl came to
nake her home with Mr. and Mrs.
!'loyd Roof. 'the little lady has not
been named yet.
Mr. and Mrs. Bunch living at 215
are the proud parents of a fine baby
girl who came last Friday evening.
On last Saturday morning a fine
baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Bobb Gantt.
Another girl came last Saturday
morning to mak6 her home with Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Abbott.
Surely these ar . the days of equal
suffrage. Future-politicians will have
to worry somewhat if our population
continues to grow as above.
Mr. Ike Braddock who has bleen con
fined to his bed for about three weeks
is improving.
Mr. Gordan A. Jolnstone gave a
watermelon cutting at Ranges pond
Blythewood, Thursday evening for
the Boosters Club,. whi' consists of
overseers, second hands, ection men,
service department and o fice force.
Everybody had a great time.
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Sox have moved
to Columbia, S. C., where they will
make their future home.
Why not attend church next Sun
day? At the Baptist church you may
attend Sunday school at 9:30 A. M.
Preaching services +1 A. M. and 8
P. M.
At the Methodist church. Sunday
school at 3 P. M. Preaching service
8 P. M. Make an effort to get there.
You hurt yourself and your develop
ment by staying awo'y. Dont stay a
way unless you have an excuse that
would be acceptable to Jesus Christ.
The ordinance of Baptism will be
administered at the Baptist church,
Sunday night.
bfr. Willie Sentell was brought
home last Friday very ill, but we are
gled to report that he is out again,
after a few days of "Mothers Care".,
Mrs. H. A. Bailey has been very
sick for over a week but is some bet
ter as we write.
Mrs. Charlie Ingram, of Hartsville,
was called to Winnsboro Sunday on
account of the serious illness of her
mother, Mrs. H. A. Bailey.
SALESMAN WANTED.
We pay $36.00 weekly full time,
75c an hour spare time selling hosiery
guaranteed wear four mdonths or re
placed free. 36 styles. Free samples
to workers. Salary or 30 per cent
commission. Good hosiery is an ab,
solute necessity, you can sell it eas
ly. Exeperience unnecessary Eagle
Knitting Mills, Darbya. 10-19
'Watch the label o ur pa
THE MOST VOTES
WORIAL BAPTIST
'ES WERE COUNT~.~
NOTHING TO DO
E CHURCHES DID
ERTISED, TO1 THE
E NO PETS AND
er Goods
is
to 14, limited
..$1.19
73c-up c
....39c -
...49c
10c yd -
49c suit
25c garment
) ..........69c
.....49c
.....$2.95 .
$1.39 up
($2.00 value)
-.......$1.25
ESENTS
ERT
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION.
Whereas, a petition has been pre
sented to The Town Council of the
Town of Winnsboro, signed by a ma
jority of the freeholders of said Town,
praying that a special election be
ordered for the purpose of submitting
to the qualified electors of the said
Town the question hereinafter stated;
and whereas, after due consideration
of the said Petition, the said election
was ordered by the Town Council of
the Town of Winnsboro, as prayed
for in said Petition; Now, therefore,
pursuant to the said action of Coun
cil:
Notice is hereby given that a spec
ial election will be held in the Town
of Winnsboro, on Thursday, the 10th
day of August 1922, for the purpose
of submitting to qualified electors of
son I
~edr Ougfsd
F OR MI
Winm
the said Town the following question,
to wit: Shall the Town of Winns
boro issue Fifty Thousand dollars of
coupon bonds, bearing interest at a
rate not to exceed 6 per cent per an
num. for the purpose of improving
the streets of the said Town of
Winnsboro? Those favoring the is
-ue of such bonds will vote "Yes,"
those opposed thereto will vote "No."
The following persons have been
appointed managers to conduct said
election: J. C. Kirkpatrick, John
Hood and D. H. Robertson.
C. A. ROBINSON,
Mayo:-.
Attest:
H. E. Ketchin, Clerk.
July 3rd, 1922.
Keep
Girls
Sha
s f-HOOSE
to* l i
than fc
ming coma
and ngrowi
Let. us A
She O.toyou1
feet. Have j
' the Educat
pictured bele
tors are built
rect foot shaj
freedorn for
tendons. TI
fec grow
saold" -st
shapely.
Made by Rice &
-Boeton.:
.N, WOMEN AND C
boro Mills
1W0 STORE
Bruce Furnitur
Company
Undertakers
MOTOR EQUIPMENT
WANTED-Men or women to take
orders for genuine guaranteed hos
iery for men, women and children..
Etimiinates darning. $0 a week
full time, $1.00 an hour spare time.
Ey'erience unnecessary. Internat
ional Stocking Mills, Norristown,
Pa. 12-21
Watch the label on your paper*
r2uew before your time expires.
tA
Your
Feet
yeWy
her shoes
e-e.rather
o the
19 nsbjs.
g nailL
daughter's
er slig on
or oxford
w. Educa
to the cor
e, with full
toes and
ey "let the
as they
raight and
Huthin.. Ia..
E.0 :
HILDREN
Stores

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