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INSE NEAN HERAlD
SWAWINNSB0ROV S. C., SEPTEMBER 1st, 1922. VOLL NO.23
E A13IHED 1844 a&9 I . . ..._.
FAIRFELD COUNTY NEWS A
BY OUR(
CAMPAIGN FOR DIVERSIFIED
FARMING IN FAIRFIELD COUNTY
The following is a schedule of
farm meetings to be held in the coun
ty in the interest of diversified farm
ing.
Mr. W. J. Sheely will talk on
"Swine Production as a Cash Crop
in Faikfield County."
Mr. C. G. Cushman will talk on
"What the Dairy Cow Will Do in
Helping Our Farmers to Meet the
Boll Weevil -Situation."
Mr. A. A. McKeown will talk on
"The Importance of Winter Cover
Crops".
Be sure and attend the meeting
nearest you.
Tuesday, September 5. Woodward,
10:30 A.. M., and Turner-Stevens
Schoolhouse 3 P. M.
Wednesday, September 6, Feaster
ville Schoolhouse, 10:30 A. M., and
Monticello, 3 P. M.
Thursday, September 7, Ridgeway
11 A. M., and Bethel Schoolhouse, 3
P. M.
STOVER.
Miss Martha McDonald has return
ed home after visiting Mrs. W-. F.
McIlwain, of Lancaster.
Mr. J. D. Bankhead has returned
to his home in Chester after visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bank
head.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Black and little
daughter, of Rocky Creek, spent Sun
day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. M. Black.
Misses Sara and Annie Black spent
Monday afternoon with Miss Sara
McDonald.
Mrs. T. M. Black and family spent
Wednesday with Mrs. B. S. Bank
head.
Mefsrs Douglas and Alpheus Varn
adore have returned to their home
at Fort Lawn after visiting their
uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. T. M.
L ~ ilia.B & Midin
pent Itusday afternoon With rs.
T. . Cameron.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T.- McDonald, Jr.
returned home Saturday after visit
ing Mrs. McDonald's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Smith, of Pageland.
Misses Mary and Sallie Black and
Miss Louisa McDonald. spent Tues
day afternoon with Mrs. T. M. Cam
eron.
Mrs. B. S. Bankhead and family
spent Thursday with Mrs. D. McDon
ald and family.
Mrs. Irene McDonald and children
spent Thursday with Mrs. J T. Mc
donald Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore, of
Bamberg, are visiting the latters's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. McDonald.
A series of ball games were played
by Rossville and Richburg this week.
Mondays game, Rossville defeated
Richburg 6 to 2. The battery, Stew
art and Stevenson. Tuesday at Rich
burg the score stood 10 to 5 in favor
of Richburg, Stewart and McDonald,
batteries.
Rossville defeated "Richburg Wed
nesday 6 to 4, battery Stewart and
Stevenson.
Mr. R. B. McDonald sp~ last
week at Mitford.
Mr. R. B. and Miss Martha McDon
aid spent Thursday with their au.nt,
.Mrs. Mdiison McDonald, of Black
stock.
Mr. William Cameron, of Smiths,
has returned home after visiting his
brother's, Mr. T. M. and George Cam
eron.
Mr. D. and J. T. McDonald spent
the week-end with Mrs. Mary Thorn.
BLAIRS.
Misses Frances Blair and Louise
Long have returned after a very
pleasant visit with friends in Cam
den.
Mrs. B. D. Crowder is visiting rela
tives in Columbia.
Misses Mary and Jimmie Scabs
have returned to their summer home.
Mr. Ray Blair and Mrs. Clair Blair
motored to Columbia last Thursday.
Mr. J. N. Crowder spent the week
end with his parents, in Columbia.
Mrs. B. D. Suddeth has returned
to her home at Asheville.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Blair are proud
of their new son, Robert Coleman
- Blair.
Miss Annie B. Adair was a visit
or here l'ast week.
Mrs. Berry Martin and daughter
spent,. a few days with Mrs. Lula
Blair.
Miss Essie Young,, of Clinton, is
the guest of Mrs. J. B. Frazier. Jr.
uM Gore Craig andi daughter
LS REPORTED .
'ORPS OF CORRESPONDENTS
have returned to their home in
Wadesboro, .N. C.
Master R'oland Parnell is visiting
relatives in Columbia.
The trustees of th.e Blair school
are planning to been work on the
new school house at an early date.
LEBANON.
Miss Sadie Lever, of Blythewood,
has been spending several weeks with
hpr aunt, Mrs. W. R. Aiken.
Mrs. Sam Blair and children, of
York, have been visiting relatives in
the neighborhood. *
Miss Kathleen Lemmon spent last
week-end in the community with rel
atives.
Mr. and Mrs. Hazel Pope, of Smiths
have been spending their vacation
here with their parents.
Mr. Rufus Strait, of Smiths, has
been visiting Mr. Robert Pope.
Misses Louise Stevenson and M. E.
Clarke are at home again after an
extended visit to relatives and friends
in Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. James McClintock
and children are in Greenville visit
ing Mr. McClintock's parents.
Miss Margaret Ketchin spent last
week-end with Miss Merrill Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter May, of Co
lumbia, are with Mrs. Mays. parents',
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stone.
MITFORD.
Misses Enoree, Mary Glass, Allena
'Mabry and Messrs Rufus Keistler,
and Robert Gladden motored to Char
lotte Thursday on business.
A few of the young people spent
a very pleasant morning Friday rid
ing horse back.
Misses Endree Glass and Allena
Mabry returned to their work Satur
day morning after a very pleasant
week with their friends and relatives.
Mr. Gordan Cloyd, of Columbia,
spent Sunday with Mrs. J. S. Glass
and family.
her work after .a three weeks vaca
ti with her ipeople.
young people of our community
had a moon-light picric Friday after
'noon at Rocky Creek which was en
joyed by all who were present.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nichols and
two children, of Nitrolle, spent Sun
day with his mother, Mrs. J. A. Glass.
Miss Ada Smarr has returned home
after a two weeks stay in Sumter,
with her aunt. Mrs. 4. S. Cherry.
Miss Mary Thomasson spent the
week-end at home with her mother.
Epworth League Sunday night at
Bethesda, 8:30, everybody welcome.
WOODWARD.
Miss Harelson, of North Carolina,
is the guest of Miss Rebecca Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Westmoreland,
and baby, of Winston Salem, are
s~ending some time at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McKeown.
Miss Sara Bell McKeown, who has
been with her sister, Mrs. Westmore
land in Winston Salem, for Quite a
while returned home last week.
Missi Eillen Brice, of Charlotte, N.
C., is visiting in the home of Mr. and
M~rs. T. W. Brice and Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Brice and Homer Brice.
Miss Annabel Harvey had as
guests last week Miss Reed Ridge
way and Miss Sara Stewart, of Great
Mrs. Harvey and Marion Harvey
.isited relatives in Chester the past
week-end.
Miss Annabel Harvey and Stewart
returned yesterday from Great .Falls
where they have been visiting rela
Mrs. John A. Stewart is spending
some time here with relatives and
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brice and fain
il returned last week from North
S. C., where they spent ten days with
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Dougherty.
Misses Sara Patrick and Lilla Nich
olson who have been taking courses
at Columbia University returned to
their homes last week.
Miss Mary McClure has returned
to her home in Chester after spend
ing a few days with Miss Sara Pat
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Patrick have
recently returned from Henderson
ille,N. C., where they attended the
ible Conference of the A. R. P.
Church. They motored home by Cor
nelius, N. C., for a short visit to Mrs.
Patricks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ca
Miss Jimmie Brice. who is teach
Unofficial Primary Returns in the County
Candidates without Opposition and District Cdndi
dates Are Not Given.
0 . CC >~
54 Q
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LEGISLATURE I:~ J 412
Fauctte L E . . 236 421 90140 38 49 15 214460 48128 521315123 83134621121
Hanahan 1330761S 48145 11 35 34 30 46 62 311 61 3914 26 19 22 6 3 34 1030
Henderson ............ 43 1 901313014118 18 7144'66 70 17 27 30 10 10 1335 785
Ro on.. 481 822130131 414.3 25 18 9 15 102gJ321 8 12 27 5 21 757
SUPERVISOR
BoulwaE . 217 17811 0 0 011 2 4,54147 70 24 24 8116 14 18 352 600
Castles ------ 1173817 2 0 1 7535 17 10 1 5 10 0 0 2t 0 113 17 16 415
Reeves 6 4 0 1 000016 0 0 1 2 1 A00 44 ,1 192
Steele ..................... 109361 71 39 339 4 6f3329(18 5 9 5 813310 10 3 1 8 407
Wolling .. 57 18; 5 0 1 0 , 4 2 4423 6 4830 8 261 1 2 6 1 289
AUDITOR I
Burley - 24117521 f2!43 22 21 35019133 54 7 42 41 214 1 92231 5 780
Edrington....... 164116114 24117 22 42 19 3011 15 55 191 3 0 2 31115 618 506
Stevenson ...... 101120 4 121216 2 6121 28 15 77117 40 55 36 6 3 4155 610
TREASURER
Blair .-............. ....... 141j23'1 1-11 2j51 35 19 16 30131 24 5 718 5 1! 91520 509
Hall . . ... 12071421 . 421401 2112 11I 71 320119 61 23 18 41 31 19 19 21 47 685
Scruggs 160 4 482, 21 5216 12047145127 54133 17 12 4 6112 5 11 710
SUPT. OF
EDUCATION
Brice - ------166 2j2 22 4137 21 25 34 55 18. 27 13 26 57 30 12 1136 3 753
Cathcart .. 264 4 1 151 6 9 19115 30 29128 9 6 5 4 6 3118 519
Turner'---.---.-- 78 36 8 50 22 12 810127 2571 629
GOVERNOR I I
B"ee . ......... 188j1 11 23 627123324 87 11 1 16 1113 7 26 13 559,
Castey --- 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 * '4 12
Coleman 2 2 31 -1' 0 4 0 11 1 0 1 0 6 39
DuCman-.. 0 2 3 2 1 0 1101 3
y 976848,29 14 17 5o12 2 2' 8 01680
71 42236 U 14 421, 877
McLeod - --
LIEUT. GOV.
4
bwens 1o 96 22
276 36 0158 9 52 46
Dozier 229 41 3 461s 11 16i 41188137 371 1 514 569
ATT.GENERAL 281361 3 1 6 5 1 412 3 624 442
Euak --~ 6135110 10 6 1619 51 11t4-41
Winter ... 79 29j15 28 9 91 7 19 14 39 11 30123 5 9 6 5 017 18 372
Wolfe r . 318 431101 8827 33 38 26 46135 47 55 31 37j46 30 9 29 8133 9
Duncan. G. 375 6228 95241 '4 341 50183 62 83 56 24 45 29 2123 25 38 1211
Duncng .....50110 50 48 24 2 13 12 15 52 5162311 5 91539 546
Gooding .......... 12 5 10
SUPT. ED U''CI I 'KIN '
Drake EDUC'N 00 20 7 44128: 10 16:13'12 181 6 20 9 1111211 7 5 6j23 478
.19 0 16 6 22 0 312 2445 57 27 6; 61 0 9 210151 385
Hope .- 136 1921 1 1 760 13 0 20 121 4 0 214 2 142
Se y ................. 13!1" 29 114 0 61 1 4 1
,ea : 7 13 0 1 2; 64
Seigler ............ 14i 6' 0 24 0j 0 7 0 3 1 5 5,10i 1 3 0 1
Seige...... 84 30 4 40 13 21 14 13 2922 10 20i 2112134i 9 11221 6 19 405
w ellace ......... 8 1316 6 4 7 14 2 8 8 i 21:12 10 5 9 9 1i 1' 7, 213
CAi D. GEE A L.63~ 47 32 123 35 58 45 3944 52142 62;58 29'39,33'19I21 27451213
Crall - 18 67 6 24,37 -10 1115 2Q 22 35 72 31130' 7' 7 11114.29.
HarOM....AGI. 8 7517 97:50' 57,44 41,668691 77:58$35I5 28r20 27i22 4311223
nihmal . 18$ 3622 49121 '20 1213 625 6 56I 3 4 3112 61_51191321 538
OLD SCHOOL BELL FOUND able seminary .fgr young lai sU'FFEMR MPLTOESUDWL
ORyS 01 NEW T'EACHERS this building before the War of Se- S SE COPTEER TDOWN
cession. Several- classes will be
In digging the foundations for thetagtithcmmnybuln. SarnugHeld
new Mt. Zion Institute, an old brass
bell was unearthed-reliet of some pre-Sp.G .Pto none h adfv huai mlyso h
vious building. The bell was undoubt-folincrsoftchrfoMtFrdooromayhouotte
edly the one which hung in the fine1 in is rd.Ms rsil onr ilb ihu.jb fe
building destroyed by fire about 1868. Kthn eodgae m ge etme 6
What a tale the old bell could tell.!a su;tidgae isMgi' nadtosvrlhnrd$os
The saintly William P. Dubose, worldB.Tre;fuhgrdMs .Manotrwrksemlydii
famous theologian, as a boy respond-DesfitgrdMsEizBelduresunshgmarasfote
ed to its call. It regulated the day Cre;sxhgalMs lzbt odpat ilb fetd
for the wonderful teacher, Jacob Dt;svnhgae isCoe er odgv hs iue o
Hudson-who lies buried just inWakpHihsho;picplM.dyianucngtthstrebg
front of the site that contained theM.Sea;N.MHukbeCa-mtrpnslotdinDritu
building he made famous. If the rollde;MsHaieTm nsofMnjbusadhsasmlngpnt
of boys, who as students listened to nn;Ms liaLno aua- hogottecutywudb
this bell call out the hours could be ThWinbrMilScolfiscoedntataeeauefte
called now, South Carolina would be gae isLd el isNnca hrae
surprsedl at the tremendous part thatNelseodgaeMsMayCr Thanucmntwshe ot
old Mt. Zion has playzed in the his-lilElit;tidgaeMisEiaserebothtnutilDtot
tory of'state and nation.behSonforhadffhgaehsssandicetenutild
The site of the new, modern build-MisEenMafesitanse-peinofwoyrsg.Itmn,
ing now being erected is one of the et rds isMyeDuls.acrigt r od ht7,0
most historic spots in upper Caro- Imnepoe nteHgln ak
lina. Nobody seems to know howPRTCTDMEIGACO-RerRgeadeabnpltso
many buildings have been on it. OldICODCUC.teemayhrwilbwtou
forrotten foundations of buildings
long ago, in the excavating for the Rv .H ie n i igr 'Tit huadohr o ok
new building, appeared in the most M.Hoewl pnasre figi h aiu sebigpat
unexpected places. Among thdm was meig nCnodPebtra ctee hogottecutyas
a clearly . defined stratum of oyster cucWowrSnaSp.3d ilb honoto mlyet
shells-probably brought from theanwilcniuthogthwek Hwlnghemhnrynte
oast by Charleston people, whoclsnthfolwnSudyngtFodpasi obetledild
largely founded Mt.Zion. Since 1777 Pecigsrie obgna 1pn nieyuo h olspl
this site has been used for school ocoka .ad8ocokp . o h uue h eri aufc
purposes. The old- .Ketchin building Thpepeothconyaec-tursidTesaemtisedb
has been secured, and is now being alyivtdoatedteesrie.M.Fdanucngheppsd
renovated to use this fall, while the isudw a h tr fhsls
ew building is in course of erection. BeiadrtsnnofrthbgI
Mrs Cthein adad fshin-buines tis ga. (ConinuePriscieligha
Ketcin; econ grde, rs. gne
RESULTS OF THE PRIMARY
ELECTION TUESDAY.
With the largest vote polled in the
history of the county, unofficially
tabulated as 1901, Election Day
chronicled many important events
in the politics of Fairfield.'
At the local polling precinct the
congestion was marked, many a voter
being compelled to wait in line be
fore casting his or ballot. This
condition, it is suggested might be
r4medied by dividing the town into
several wards for voting purposes.
Winnsboro was the last box to be re
ported with the exception of two ru
ral precincts,.and its totals were a
waited with good natured excitement
by the crowd that thronged the Court
House. Complimentaiy words are
due the managers of the election here
who counted zealously the overwhelm
ing tide of ballots. Mr. D. E. Cross
land, manager of the local telephone
exchange, gave fast and complete
service from the rural districts. Their
was little hitch in the returns and the
dope came in steadily until the cloo
ing hour.
The interest taken in the ballot
ing by local women was intense, the
feminine voters making their debut
in the morning hours at the polls in
large numbers.
James W. Hanahan, of Winnsboro,
1030, and A. Mac. Faucette, 1121, of
Feasterville were chosen by the vot
ers of the county for the General As
sembly. Hanahan was reelected,
while Faucette, leading the legislature
ticket, enters his first term in the
House.
M. C. Boulware, 600 and S. F.
Castles, 415, will run a second race
for the office of Supervisor.
A second race will be staged over
the office of Audgor, . . Burley,
780, competing egat 1. 1. Stey
enson, 619v
Dane RaA-M, A O68 A. Le
Serutgs 'flE willag mak the
ra w .4 * & mrv f
jptantand "e
Dove. 1256, present Seieta of
Stat, led Dozier, 569. by a great
lead.
Continued tabulatiori yesterday of
returns from Tuesday's Democratic
primary in South Carolina brought no
material changes from the results as
announced yesterday moring.
With 93 of the 1,307 precincts in
the state yet tg. be reported, the total
vote counted was 160,670. The out
standing precincts will doubtless not
add more than 5,000. This would indi
cate that the total enrollment of
226,581 cast ballots last Tuesday.
The tabulated vote at midnight last
niglit, for governor: Cole L. Blease,
71,796; Thomas G. McLeod, 61,896;
George K. Laney, 20,638; William
Coleman, 3,469; John T. Duntcan,
1,692, and J. J. Cantey, 1,179. A
second race will be run by Blease
anil McLeod, with the second primary
September 12.
On the face of incompleted returns,
E. B. Jackson, of Wagner has appar
ently been nominated lieutenant gov
ernor, he having a majority of 2,460
over both his opponents. The tabu
lated vote in this race was: Jackson,
71,393; Dr. E. C. L Adams, 34,987;
J. K. Owens, 33,496.
R.' E. Craig has lpen nominated ad
jutant and inspector general over T.
B. Marslpll. Mr. Craig has a lead of
more than 10,000 over his opponent.
The vote last night stood: Craig,
83,064; Marshall, 73,036.
A second race will be run for state
superintendent of education, appar
ently between John E. Swearnp
incumbent, and J. H. Hope. The 'te
for this office was Swearingen,
40,509; Hope, 34,566; Mrs. Bessie
Rodgers Drake, 33,790; Mrs. E. B.
Wallace, 21,240; C. H. Seigler, 8;401.
Another race in which a second vote
may be required for a decision is that
of attorney general. Latest returns
give Mr. Wolfe a majority of only
597 over his two opponents. The
votes counted give: Wolfe, 81,838;
Harold Eubanks, 40,356; D. M. Win
ter, 40,885..
W. Banks Dove was renominated
for secretary of stae Walter E.
Duncan for comptrolla general, and.
B. Harris for commissioner of ag'ri
culture, by large majorities.
S. T. Carter was renominated for ,
state treasurer without opposition.
W. Turner Logan was renominated,.
from the First district for congress,
as was Fred H. Dolminick in the Third
(Continued on page eight.)

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