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Miss Margaret Neil Social Editor.
Mrs. C. M. Chandler is visiting re
latives in Gastonia, N. C.
H. Bye is visiting relatives in Phila
Miss Clarkie Willingham spent part
of last week in Columbia.
U. G. DesPortes spent several days
in Charlotte this week.
*Miss Lucile Kirkpatrick has return
from a visit to Florence.
Miss Sarah Jones, of Rock Hill, is
visiting Miss Catherine McMaster.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Boulware re
turned on Monday from Charlotte.
Miss Alice Walker left on Monday
for a visit to Spring Lake, N. J.
Miss Priscilla Ketchin has return
ed from a visit to Knoxville, Tenn.
Miss Virginia Barber, of Fort Mill,
is the guest of Miss Louise Hamilton.
Mrs. A. K. Dill, of Georgetown, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Julia Long.
Mrs. Lydia Derrick and Miss Liz
zie Johnson left on Tuesday for Bal
Mrs. Henry Mathews, of Charlotte,
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. S. W.
Mrs. S. E. Richmond is visiting re
latives in Rock Hill and North Caro
Miss Frances Hallford is spending
awhile in Kershaw with Mrs. R. K.
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Ellison and Du
bose Ellison, Jr., have returned from
Mrs. J. W. Cathcart and little Miss
Carrie Cathcart have returned from
Miss Ray Kirkpatrick, of McColl,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. L. Kirk
H. E. Mathews, of Charlotte, spent
the week-end in town with Mrs. S.
Mrs. Walter Lenoir and children,,
Of Hagood are visiting Mrs. Lenoir's
sister, Mrs. Campbell Wylie.
Mrs. Sam Jordan and little daught
er have returned from a visit to re
latives in Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Stewart have
refirned from a visit to relatives ni
Miss Rae Stevenson, of Charlotte,
is spending her vacation with her
mother, Mrs. Julia Long.
Harold Brown, of Birmingham, is
spending his vacation here with his
mother, Mrs. A. WV. Brown.
Enoch Crowson, of Columbia, spent
the week-end here with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Crowson.
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer McMaster
and little son left on Thursday for
a visit to Brevard, N. C.
Mr. M. E. Blackwell, of Charlotee,
spent the week-end at the Winnsboro
Hotel, guest of Miss Alice Carter.
Mrs. C. G. Terrell and Miss Kath
erine Terrell, of Charleston, were
week-end guests of Mrs. P. M. Dees.
Misses Caroline Banks, of Colum
bia and Mary Locke Barron, of Union,
are the guests of Miss Mary Carlilse
Miss Faith DeLoach returned to
Camden on Monday. She was ac-1
companied home by Miss Floride
WMiss Nettie Sitgi-eaves is now in
the Northern markets, where she will
purchase her fall and winter stock of
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Douglas, Moul
trie Douglas, Misses Mary Douglas
and Suzanne Dwight motored to
Rock Hill on Monday.
Miss Alice Carter has returned
home from Decatur, Ga., where she
spent the wek-end with Mr. and Mrs.
M. 0. Blackwell.
The Rev. G. G. Mayes, Miss Aletha
Mayes and Miss Cora McDowell mot
ored through the country to Mon-]
treat on Thursday.
All magistrates and others who I
want the acts of 1922 should call at
the office of John W. Lyles, Clerk of
Court; and get same.
Miss Bonnie Coward, who is super
intendent of the McMillan hospital at
Mullins arrived on Wednesday to vis
it her sister, Mrs. Joe Huestiss.
L. L. Propst and wife, of Colum
bia, Mrs. McClam, of Lake City, and
F. E. Propst, Jr., left Tuesday to 1
motor to New York City. F. E. H
~Propst, Jr., will -purchase the Fall
stock of ready-to-wear for the Propst
Mss Anneia Robertson. who under
went an operation Sunday night for
appendicitis, is critically ill at the
Presbyterian Hospital in Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Smith an
nounce the marriage of their (laugh
ter, Margaret Irene, to Mr. Ed. R.
Ginn, Jr., formerly of Varnville, but
now of Beaufort, the wedding having
taken place in Fairfax, on Sunday,
August thirteenth, the ceremony be
ing performed by the Rev. Dr. Black.
% GIRLS BRIDGE CLUB.
Miss Mary Douglas entertained the
Wednesday Morning Bridge Club on
Thursday in honor of Miss Suzanne
Dwight, of Charleston. Three tables
of players were present. When the
cards were lead aside, sandwiches and
iced tea were served.
MSS DWIGHT HONOREE.
Miss Suzanne Dwight was again
the guest of honor on Thursday after
noon tvhen Miss Margaret Brice en
tertained at cards. Five tables were
placed for bridge on the porch and in
the living room. The highest score
was held by Miss Etta Lee Scruggs,
who received a deck of cards in a
leather case. The guest of honor was
presented with a dainty piece of lin
gerie. Sherbert and sandwiches were
THE CULTUS CLUB.
Miss Louise Ellison was hostess to
the Cultus Club on Friday afternoon.
The roll call was answered with cur
rent events. The program was on
Samuel Derieux. "Old Frank to the
Rescue", one of his short stories, was
read by Mrs. W. H. Macfie. Mrs. W.
H. Willingham gave a short sketch
of his life. The guests of the club
were: Mesdames Bennet and Claude
Bredin, and Miss Belle Harris. After
the literary program refreshments of
sherbert and sandwiches were served.
The Winnsboro Public Library was
opened last Monday in the east wing
of the Community Building,4and will
be opened TO THE PUBLIC every
afternoon in the future from 2:00 to
7:00 P. M. except qn Saturdays, and
on that day from 10:00 to 12:00 A.
M. and from 2:00 to 5:00 P. M.
COTTON MARKET ADVANCES
New York, Aug. 16.-Increasing
nervousness over the new crop pros
pect and the better domestic labor
news caused sharp advances tn- the
cotton market during today's earlier
trading. After selling up to 20.98
for December, however,prices reacted
under realizing with that delivery
easing off to 20.67 and closing at
20.72. The general market closed
barely steady at net advances of ten
to 20 points.
The market opened steady at an
advance of four to 11 points on the
reports of an improving demand -for
cotton goods in Manchester, the settle
ment of the coal strike and continued
complaints of crop deterioration from
the South. The further showers re
ported in the Southwest were consid
ered too light to be of much benefit,
while the continued showers or rains
in Eastern belt sections were said to
be stimulating boll weevil activity and
or a time the market showed consid
erable strength as though apprehen
give of low end-August condition fig
r-es. October deliveries sold up to
0.95 and January to 20.84, with the
eneral list showing net advances of
bout 35 to 39 points (luring the mid
ile of the morning.
.The covering then became less ac
:ive, while the weekly report of the
weather bureau was no more bullish
;han anticipated and the market sag
red off during the afternoon under
realizing by recent buyers. There
nay also have been some scattered
southern selling on the late decline,
ut the afternoon market was compar
tively narrow and responded to-nod
hiate orders either way. The census
eport showing domestic mill con
;umption of 458,548 bales for July
igainst 410,142 last year attracted no
;pecial comment and was not consid
red a factor in the day's market.
PLAY AT LEBANON.
The play "Patty Makes Things
um" will be given again by the
rou.g people. of the community Fri
fay night, August 18th. Admission,
.5c and 25c. Come.
MONEY TO LEND.
We are prepared to loan money on1
mproved farm lands, in amountb
'rom $2,000.00 to $50,000.00. Seven
er cent per annum for thirty-three
p-ears pays principal and interest in
ul. No loans made for more than
ifty per cent of appraised value of
an, and twenty per cent of appraisedl
ralue of improvements. McDonald &
Friends of Miss Nellie Pearson re
-ret to hear of har illness.
Monday Civic League at usual hour.
Thursday Bridge Club with Miss
'Miss Julia Gantt is spending this
week in Columbia with friends and
Miss Moultrie Mollis and Miss Sitts,
of Columbia, were week-end visitors
of, Mrs. T. M. Haynes.
Miss Abbie Hanahan spent Sunday
with her mother, Mrs. R. B. Hanahan.
The friends of Mrs. John Fayssoux
will be glad to know that her little
(laughter is improving.
Mr. Maxey Jordan and Mr. Harold
Brown motored to Chester Monday
for the day.
One of the most interesting meet
ings of the Woman's Auxiliary and
Guild was held at the home of Mrs.
W. P. Peyton last Monday afternoon,
The President, Mrs. Patton, pre
si(e(l. After the opening prayers, Mr.
Peyton gave a very instructive talk
to the members.
Ways and means of raising money
were discussed, after which the hos
tess served a delicious salad course.
GUERNSEY BREEDERS'TO MEET.
Clemson College, Aug. 10. Tues
day, August, 22, is the date for the
fifth annual meeting of the Chester
Fairfield-York Guernsey Breeders'
Association, which will be held at the
Brice Farm owned by Mr. R. B. Cald
well, four miles' south of Chester.
The meeting will be an all-day affair
and will present a fine opportunity
for the members of the association I
and interested visitors to get together
for a real (lays outing with a con
structive progran, says C. G. Cuch
man, Extension Dairy Specialist.
The program being worked out by
the officers in charge assures a most
instructive and profitable as well as
entertaining i meeting. Unusual in
terest is attached to the meeting this
year because of the fact that there is
greatly increased interest in dairy
work in general and Guernsey cattle
in particular by reason of the new
creamery at Chester. In fact, dairy
work and the Guernsey cow are on
a decided boom in the three counties
represented in the membership of the
association, and much good is expect
er from the oncoming meeting.
A big drive for additional members
will be carried on and a larger enroll
ment is expected so that the associ
ation will be in better position to
push Guernsey work and the dairy
industry in its territory.
Mr. R. B. Caldwell, president of the
association, states that every effort
wil be made to make the meeting a
worth while one and he urges that
everyone interested make plans to
attend. The dairy specialists of the
Extension Service are working with
the association for the success of the
GO TO CHURCH
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Church-The Rev. Oliver Johnson,
Pastor. Sabbath school at 10 a. in.,
Mr. R. H. McDonald, Superintendent.
Bible Class , for young men at this
hour taught by the pastor.
St. John's Episcopal church: The
Rev. W. P. Peyton. rector.
Sunday school iat 10:00 a. in., Mr.
G. F. Patton, Supt., with Adults Bible
Clss at same hour conducted by the
Si.)! Presbyterian Church-lThe
Ref. G. '.. M'ayes, Pastor
Sunday school at 10 a. m., Mr.
M. M. Stewart, Superiimrendent.
Men'3~ Organized Bible Class mn
the Community House at 10 a. m.,
taught by the Pastor.
There will be no preaching service
in the Presbyterian church.
Methodist Episcopal Church: The
Rev. J. D. Holler, pastor.
Sunday school at 10:00 a. mn.
First Baptist Church-The Rev.
John Bomar, Pastor.
Sunday School at 10:00 a. in., Mr.
A. Lee Scruggs, Superintendent.
The B. Y. P. U. meets at 6 p. m.
Mid-week prayer meeting at 8:00
on Wednesday evening, with talks
from the Gospel of John by the Pas
Union Service Sunday night in the
Episcopal Church at 8:30 and Mr.
Peyton will preach.
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by pbrifying your
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are free
from nausea and danger.
No salts necessary, as
Calotabs act like calonmel
and salts combined. De
mand the genuine in I Oc
and 35c packages, bearing
VANTED-Men or women to take
orders for genuine guaranteed hos
iery for men, women and children.
Eliminates darning. $,0 a weeki
full time, $1.00 an hour spare time.
Experience unnecessary. Internat
ional Stocking Mills, 'Norristown,
FOR SALE-200 cords of 4-ft. wood.
Dry pine, $3.00 cord. M. C. Harri
WANTED-to buy green 4 foot pine
wood. J. S. Ketchin.
The Mistress of th
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and her companion.
Pathe News No. 58.
Joe Moore and Eileen
"The Wolf Pa
A story of the Cana
and the Northwest Moi
Pathe News No. 59.
We offer something new for
everybody in the family.
We have some new china and
Jack's Department Store
WE HAVE UNLIMITED FUNDS TO LOAN
FOR TERMS OF
5, 7 or 10 Years
INTEREST PAYABLE ANNUALLY
Inspection of property and definite cqmmitment to loan
can be made within a few days after application
State & City Bank and
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