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PROUsA UO LtEIN MEEiNG
Perence Ready For State Conven
tion.-Governor Harvey Among
Florence.-The program committee
for the cgvention of the South Car
olina Department of the American Le
gion in Florence August 23 and 24.
has -finished its work and when it
announced the schedule of events for
the two days', reunion here.
All the meetings of the convention
' the legion auxiliary will be held
the high school building.
The legion will meet in the audito
rium and the auxiliary in the study
Wednesday, August 23.
10 a: m.-Joint meeting of the le.
gion and the legion auxiliary in the
Invocation pronounced by the Rev.
0. G. Gunn. department chaplain.
Following the invocation the con
Convention called to order by the
Address of welcome by W. R. Bar
ringer, mayor of Florence.
Address of welcome. Capt. E. R.
Molver, post commander; Fred H.
Sexton, Post No. 1.
Address of welcome. J. M. Lynch,
Address of welcome. C. W. Morri
son, chamber of commerce.
Address of welcome, the Rev. John
McSween. Jr.. Pee Dee section.
Response, Col. Holmes B. Springs.
vice-commander of South Carolina de
partment of the American legion.
"-Jl Address by Wilson G. Harvey, gov
ernor of South Carolina.
Greetings from National Headhquar
ters, H. Garland Powell, vice-com
mander National Americanism com
mission of the American legion.
Address, the Rev. John W. Inzer,
former national chairman of the
Greetings from the legion auxile
iary. Mrs. L. W. Floyd. state pres
ident of the auxiliary will introduce
an officer of the national body.
Address, Mendel L. Smith. Camden.
2:00-Luncheon given by the ladies'
auxiliary, Central school grounds.
4:00-Committees meet .in conven
tion hall (high school building).
4:00-Meeting of American legion
auxiliary, convention building. Study
hall. High school building.
4:00-Baseball game. .
8.00-9:00 - Exhibition drill of rifle
squad under dirction of Col. Henry T.
'hompson, high schobl grounds.
Thursday, August 24.
9:30 a. m.-Mamm'oth parade. All
members of the legion and auxiliary
.ill assemble at postoffice, corner W.
Uvans and Irby streets.
10:0-Convention called to order.
Report of department commander.
Report of department adjutant.
Report of national executive com
Report of historian.
Report of chaplain.
Report of service officer. (Under
the head of this report will come an
open discussion of ways and means
for furthering the efforts of the le
gion in behalf of they disabled com
rades. A representative of the vet
erans' bureau will present the bu
reau's side of the cose.)
Reports of committees:
Committee on military policy.
Cmmittee on construction.
'~Committe: on finance.
Committee on resolutions.
Red Cross liason.
2: 00-Barbecue for delegates --al
men who are in parade, auxiliary.
.23:00--Election of oficers.
Seletin of time and place of aelt
- Jmediately after adjournment there
b-a-meu~iES' et twe a~' *
Parmere Attend En~thusiastlo Meeting.
'Orangeburg. - Orangeburg county
fanmers recently braved oma of the
hardest rain storms of the season and
eane te hear N. 3. Winter., soil fer
titgy specialist from Clemson college,
at' a meeting held at the Southern
Psacking corporation1' plant in this
Other speakers were County Agd~t
L. S. Wolfe, who told of the great ad
vantages to be derived by th& fa~im
era in raising shogs; and cattle, and
Jerome M. McMichael, who. has for
25 years been experimenting with
the growing forage crops.
The meeting was characterized with
more spirit than has ever been wit
nessed at a farmers' convention in
this county and evidenced an intense
interest in greater crop production
and the raising of more and better
The farmers who attended the "big
get-together"~ meeting have deded
to put their shoulder to the wheel and
make' Orangebuirg county the great
est producing county in the state.
An inspection of the big packing
plant of the So7.thernl Packing c-orpor
ation. which wil also operate th.e
packing plants at Wilmington, N. C.,
and Beaufort. S. C.. was mad' by
those who att'nded the m-'ting. af
ter which sandwiches, lemoniadL. 'e
cream. eigars.tc.. were W.-rU : a
comimitt-y of IMdies from 9rgabar.
FAIRFELD COUNTY NES
TOLD BY CORRESPONDENTS
(Continued from page three)
Mi4e, Jennie Milling and Marie
Le:on left for che mountains on
Mr. Lindsay Lemznon is at Colum
bia taking a short course preparing
for his school work.
Rev. J. E. Browne has closed a
very interesting revival at Bethesda,
with the help of Rev. J. W. Shell, of
Blackstock. The ministers were en
tertained by all denominations and it
was appreciated by the members.
Rev. Whieside filled Rev. J. H.
Hairs nulpit ounday at Mt. Zion.
Misses Jennie Smith and Margarite
Nichols spent the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. George Anderson, of Great
Miss Emmie E. Witherspoon spent
FriAy with Mrs. W. T. Raines.
Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Heath ana
George, Jr., of Clemson, motored
down to their father, P. - - ord, Fri
day for a visit.
Misses Carrie Cooper, Janie Ford
Mesdames Sam McCormick and G. D.
Heath motored over to Miss Martha
McDonald Saturday afternoon.
Mr. R. H. McDonald and Miss Mar
tha McDonald dined with Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Keistler Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Neely Bankhead, of
Stover, took dinner at the home of
Mr. C. S. Ford.
Mrs. L. F. Keistler and - children
have gone to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
Fowler, of Due West.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Rateree took
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
The bridges are being builded and
the roads worked over and thy are
in the best condition that they have
been in, in some time. That is a
great pleasure to the travelers.
Sarah and Adaline Raines spent
Saturday afternoon with Mrs. J. D.
Mr. J. S. Glass many friends are
very glad to see him at home from
the Pryor Hospital.
Mr. C. W. Ratteree was a business
visitor in Upper Mitford recently.
IThe garden seed that Emmie E.
Witherspoon received from the Editor,
were fine. All the plants turned out
fine and especially the Stone tomatoes
for they were the largest and most
firm tomatoes and made the most,
and were fine for canning. They will
bear fruit until frost kills them if
they are taken care of.
Mr. Guss McMeekin has gone to
ot Springs, Ark., for treatment. We
hope he will soon be well.
Miss Lois Neal has returned from
the summer school in Spartanburg.
Miss Annie Bess Ruff is visiting
relatives in Charlotte, N. C.
Misses Violet Mae and Susie Haw
kins recently visited their grand-par
nts, Mr.' and Mrs. D. P. Hamiter.
Miss Cleone McMeekin is spending!
the week with her aunt, Mrs. Gist,
Mrs. Carthey, of Asheville, has been'
n a short visit to her parents, Dr.
arftl Mrs. Warlick..
Miss Mattie Chappell, of Bookman,
visited Miss Louise Shedd last week.
Miss Susie Hamiter is visiting re
SMrs. John Fellers, of Newberry, is
spending a few days' with Mrs. S. T.
Mrs. C. W. Faucette is visiting her
brother, Mr. H. D. Coleman, in Colum
Mr. Tyler Macdonald, of Atlanta,
~ifiV thTheigliorliood several days
Mrs. Polly Clayton left Tuesday
for quite an extended visit with her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Clayton, in Birmingham.
Mr. J. G. Welling spent Sunday
night with Mr. and Mrs. John Bean.
Mrs. W. S. Blair and little girls,
Emily and Minnie, of Strother, are
spending awhile with Miss Clyde
Misse Kathleen and Nancy Cole
man have returned to their home af
ter spending two weeks in New York,
with their aunt, Mrs. Sallie Davis.
Miss Mary Bess Coleman is home
from Winthrop Summer school.
Mr. Will Dye is at home after hav
ing been in the hospital in Spartan
Mrs. Artie Ballentine and Miss
Fannie Bell Hair, of Columbia, are
visiting their sister, Mrs. E. F. Boul
Mrs. M. M. Scotts friends are sorry
to know she is suffering with poison
oak on her face and hands. She was
carried to the Wallace Thompson
Hospital, in Union.
Misses Idell and Enola Dye return
ed to their home in New Brookland
last week and were accompanied
home by Miss Lucille Dye who will
spend sAne time with them.
Miss Josephine Proctor, of Colum
bia, spent the week-end at the home
of Mrs. Laura Timms.
Mr. Samuel Young, of Chester.
spent the week-end with his grand
mother, Mrs. Annie Young.
Misses Margaret and Annie Lee
Young returned Wednesday from a
visit with friends in Columbia.
Mr. E. U. Brice and Miss Jennie
Milling motored to Columbia, Sunday,
they were accompanied home by Miss
Eugene Rabb and Miss Gene Rabb.
Misses Eula Brice and Pauline Rob
erts returned last Thursday from a
visit with friends in Great Falls.
Mrs. Annie Young left Monday for
a visit to her son, Mr. Joe Young, of
A number of girls chaperoned by
Mrs. E. F. Brice spent a very delight
ful day at the home of Mr. Archie
Park one day last week.
Miss Lois Smith is on an extended
visit to friends in Pittsburg, Pennsyl
Miss Katie McKeown spent last
week in Greenwood with relatives.
. Dr. D. E. Smith and daughter, Miss
Evelyn, of Wolfe City, Texas, are
spending some time with his brother,
C. L. Smith.
Miss Elizabeth Smith, of Charlotte,
N. C., spent Saturday night and Sun
day at yr home here.
Mr. E. S Rountree, of Charlotte,
N. C., spent Sunday in our community.
Miss Jem Goldsmith has returned
home after spending some time in
Columbia with her sister, Mrs. Harry
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Weir and baby,
of Chester, spent Sunday with Mrs.
Weir's sister,.Mrs. H. W. Ligon.
Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Cole, of Dar
lington, are visiting Mrs. Coles' broth
er, C. L. Smith.
Mvrs..-.W. H. Lewis andI daughter,.
Katie visited Mrs. R~. A. Lewis ,at
Woodward last week.
Mr. D. L Powell, of Columbia,
spent the past week-end at his home
Miss Willie Mae Sanders, of Black
stock, is visiting relatives in the com-;
Mr. Al Hammond, of Columbia,
spent Monday in our community.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Parr, of Union,
visited in our community recently.
Miss Marie Anna Camak, of Spart
anburg, is visiting relatives in the
With the good season we are hav
ing makes it possible for the boll
wedvil to appear in great quanities
an1 they. are destroying from fifty1
to seventy five percent of the crop
and getting all of itetaoi etaoitaoiiinn
and plenty of late cotton. We had a
very serious hail storm about ten days
ago which did a great bit of damage
to both cotton and corn. The hail
followed the same path as it didi a
bout a year ago.
The Rev. McClest, of Orangeburg,
and our pastor, Mr. Mayes, of Winns
boro have concluded the meeting at~
Union which I think was ffie best
we have had in many years.
Mr. Henry Varnover and his wife
Copyright. J92. by Thc N
and son, of St. Matthews, were vii
tors in the community the past week.
Mr. G. B. Hagoo'd and Mr. A. W.
Harrison attended the campaign
meeting at Jenkinsville Friday.
Mr. T. D. Ruff and wife and twc
daughters, Misses Sarah and Ardie,
of Columbia, are visiting at Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Steele's.
Mr. J. M. Steele,. Dr. J. L. Harri
son and Mr. A. W. Harrison attended
the Feasterville meeting Tuesday,
and report a fine time. It does not
look as those people are worried
about hard tines from the looks of
the rood eating they piled up on the
Messrs R. H. and R. W. Lemmon,
P. B. Roberts and C. H. Timms at
tended the 'Feasterville meeting.
Mr. G. W. Davis, of Richmond, Va.,
is visiting at his old home with his
mother, Mrs. M. L. Davis.
We are sorry to know that our mail
:arrier, Mr. Thomas Cathcart, is not
ell, and we hope he will soon be
resto-red to his health.
Master James Bowen celebrated
,is third birthday on Monday after
oon by gathering a number of his
ittle friends to make merry with him.
Dutdoor games kept the young folk
mused until "bread and butter come
,o supper", put an end to the games.
Around a table centered with the
birthday cake and candles the little
ads and lasses did ample justice to
the ice cream and cake which was
generously served them.
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson and their
two children arrived this week. Mr.
Nicholson is the newly elected Sup
rintendent of the Graded Scool and
is ready to begin work in September.
e comes highly reccommended and
is full of energy and enthusiasm over
his work. With his corps of teach
ers, who have had several years of
experience, a successful year for the
school is assured. Mrs. Nicholson
will also be a teacher in the school.
Mrs. Lizzie Coleman is at home
from a visit to her daughter and son
Hkpnioins and Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, of Hop
kins, are guests.of J. H. Coleman.
Mrs. Charles, of Florida, i svisit
ing relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore and
Miss Sarah Kennedy motored to Hen
dersonville this week for a short stay.
Mrs. Thomas Nelson and children
are at home from a visit to Lugoff.
Miss Catherine Wilbur, of Charles
ton, is the guest of Mrs. R. C. Thom
Misses Eleanor and Henrietta
Thomas who have spent the pasi
month with relatives in Charleston
have returned home.
William Spence, of Columbia, spent
Sunday at home with his family.
Mrs. D. H. Ruff, Jr., has returned
from the Columbia Hospital vwhere
she has been with her little son.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Herbert Ruff are
among the Glenn Springs visitors this
Miss Sarah Thomas' has three at
;ractive visitors from Charlotee this
Mrs. Joe Turner of Columbia who
1as been the guest of, Mrs. G. L. Ros
>orough has returned to Calhoun.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruff, of Columbia,
were guests this week of Miss Eu
Miss Norwood Whitlock is visiting
friends in Union.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Phaillips, of
['ampa Florida, who have been visit-;
ng Mrs. Monroe Wilson have motor
d to Abbeville, where they will j
guests of Mrs. J. D. Fulp before their
Dr. and Mrs. Sawyer and tiheir
aughters after a visit to refatives
nere left on Wednesday by mo'tor for
'o the Voters of Fairfield County,
Male and Female:
Inasmuch as the land is infested
with oily tongued office-seekers, who
would make you believe, if they are
elected, that you will be forever
blessed and finally go to heaven gn
flowery beds of ease, a little advice
from a hoary-headed comrade may
not be out of place, as our opportun
cIlure Neacsoper suudica fe.
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ity may soon be passed. I think tierefore that we should de
There was a time when we a.s vo- mand nothing less for our vote than
ters could afford to take a warm a sack of flour and S pounds of good
handshake and a cold drink every rib bacon. Of course the ladies
two or four years for our votes, but could take the equivalent in face pow
that time has past. We must lo, . der and chewing gum. And we
after our own interests, and we must should ask from every candidate that
do so before the 29th of August. approaches us too whether he is sane
After that time we need not expect
more than a passing nod of the head. i (Continued on page eight)
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at such base line prices as these:
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31 x 3.85 CL 15.95 32 x 37.70
30x3 S.B. 15.95 33 x 38.55
32 x 31 22.95 34 x 39.50
3-1 x 4 " 26.45 35 x 40.70
32x4 " 29.15 33 x 5 46.95
33x4 " 30.05 35x5 " 49.30
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