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Miss Margaret Neil Social Editor. 1
W. R. Doty, Jr., has returned from
a trip to Kentucky.
Mr. M. M. Stewart spent Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Walker, Jr.,
spent the week-end in Rock Hill.
Mr. Elliott Holley spent Tuesday
Miss Mary Seigler left Tuesday for
Hickory, N. C.
Andrew Cathcart left Wednesday
for Clemson College.
Miss Eloise Holioday is visiting
her sister, Mrs. H. E. Caldwell.
Mrs. Horace Traylor has returned
from a months' stay in Spartanburg.
Mr. Otto Large, of McBee, was a
recent visitor here for a few days.
Misses Susie and Elizabeth Cath
cart returned Friday irom Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Cartwright, of
Rock Hill were visitors here-on Sun
Mr. W. R. Doty, Jr., returned Sun
day from a visit to relatives in Ken
Mrs. J. M. Jennings and family
motored to Columbia Tuesday for the
Mrs. Heyward, of Columbia, is vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Edwin Mc
Miss Nicie Long, of Strother, is
visitig at the home of Mrs. Julia
Miss Rebecca Phillips will leave
today to take a position in the school
Mrs. T. M. Jordan is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. L. L. Riley, in Colum
Miss Elizabeth Cathcart has re
turned from a visit to Bon Clarken,
Mr. and Mrs. G. L Lauderdale have
returned from a trip to the moun
Miss Trayham- Wyche, of Roanoke
Rapids, Virginia, is the guest of Miss
Miss Floride Martin and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack DesPordes spent Monday
Miss Marian ,Seigler left on Thurs
day for Baden, N. C., where she will
teach this session.
Miss Lilla Ketchin left for Marsh
ville. N. C., Thursday where she will
teach this year..
Miss Emelyn and Agnes Macfie
returned Sunday after a visit to rel
atives in Brevard.
Miss Anne Gantt leavis Saturday
for Clinton where she will take a po
sition as primary teacher in~ the
Mrs. J. M. Workman and little
children, of Raleigh, N. C., are visit
ing Mrs. G. G. Mayes.
Mr. G. F. Patton, Mr. Lemmon
Cathcart and'Mr. Heyward spent Fri
day in Columbia.
Mr. Brunson, of Darlington, left
Monday after a week's visit to his
Sdaughter, Mrs. Peyton.
Rev, and Mrs. Greir Pressly and
children, of Hickory Grove, are visit
ing Mrs. Neil Pressly.
!Dr. Jack Pressly, of Abbeville,
spent part of this week with his
mother, Mrs. Neil Pressly.
Miss Rebecca .Robinson left Friday
for her home at Bethel after visit
*ing Mrs. Leonard Robinson.
Miss Ellen Ellison leaves tomor
row to resume her duties at the
school at Easley.
Miss Minnie Owens returned to
her home at Chase City, Virginia,
after visiting Mdis Ruth Doty. .
Miss Frances Mobley, of Columbia,
spent a few days this week with her
aunt, Mrs. D. A. Crawford.
Mr. James. L. Smith is spending
a few days with his sister, Mrs. Sea
man Richardson, at Manning.
Dr. J. C. Caldwell has returped to
his home in Charlotte after spending
awhile with relatives in town.
Mr. Vance Norwood, of Greenville,
was a week-end visitor at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Burley.
Friends of Mrs. Campbell Wylie
will regret to know that her little
daughter is ill threatened with scar
.Miss Mary Locke Barron'left Mon
day fo: her home in Union having
spent the past two weeks with Miss.I
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bryson and Dr. I
Joe Huestiss motored over to Glenn
Springs on Tuesday for a visit.
Mrs. McAlpine and children. left
tor their home in Union Tuesday
after visiting Mrs. S. C. Cathcart..1
Mrs. Albert Nicker, of Charlotte,
with her two children, Betty and Mon
roe, are visiting their mother Mrs.
Mr. Maxie Jordan returned to Lil
lington, N. C., Sunday after visiting
his parents, Capt. andI Mrs. T. M. E
Tne many friends of Judge Holley
regret to learn of his severe illness.
He was improving slowly when last
Mr. John E. Matthews, Miss Mar
garet Matthews and Miss Addie Mad
den spent Sunday with Miss Ray
William Stevenson, Kenneth Crow- t
son, Chnarle- Douglas, Grady Strange
an(d Ralph Sentell returned Sunday
from Camp in Alabama.
Mr. F. E. Propst, Jr., returned
Tuesdlay from New York where he
has been buying new fall goods for
The Propst Co.
The Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Pressly I
and children, who have been visiting
Mrs. Neil Pressly returned to Tampa,
Florida, on Tuesday.
Charles Robinson and Boyd Teri
nant, who are both members of the
Clemson football squad, will return
to College on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bishop, of
Philadelphia, spent part of this week
with Mrs. -U. G. DesPortes a'nd Mrs.
F. A. DesPortes.
Miss Suzanne Dwight returned to
her home in Charleston on Monday
after an extended visit with her
aunt, Mrs. W. D. Douglas.
Mrs. E. P. Ferguson and little son,
Joe Gantt, leave today for their home
in Richmond,' after visiting at Mrs.
Ferguson's former home here.
Miss Carrie Aiken Dupre returned
to her home in Spartanburg Sun
day after spending the summer at
the home of her grand-parents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. K. Elliott.
Miss Margaret Tolbert, of Green
wood is the new stenographer for
McDonal and McDonald having ac
cepted the position made vacant by
Miss Gene Smith's resignation. t
Miss M. C. Aiken left Wednesday
for Columbia where she joins a party
from Charleston and Columbia who
go to Portland Oregon, to attend the
General Convention of the Episcopal
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Coleman, of
Shelton, spen Tuesday night at Mrs.
Coleman's former home here. They
left Wednesday for a short visit to
relatives in Chester before returning
Miss Ray Matthews returned Thurs
day from a six week's stay at Lowell,
N. C. She was accompanied home
by Miss Laura Matthews, who spent
a few days with her before returning
to her home in Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne are the
proud parents of a fine baby girl,
Mr. John Little, of Clinton, was a
week-end visitor here at the home of,
Mrs. M. E. Curlee..
Mrs. H. Alexander and son left on
Thursday for'New York after spend
ing six weeks with her sister, Mrs.
,Rev. G. G. Mayes and Frances
spent part of'this week in Charlotte.
Miss Margaret Brice and Miss Haz
el Crowson spent several days in Co
lumbia this week.
Dr., Clarence Bruce has gone to
Grenville where he will practice his
Miss Ziza Bruce left last week for
her school near Knoxville, Tennesee,
Miss Annie Ketchin spent Wednes
day in' Columbia.
The September meeting of thei
Mtsic Club will be held on Friday1
afternoon at five o'clock at the resi
dence of Mrs.-John Hood.
NOTICE OF FINAL RETURN AND
PETITION FOR DISCHARGE. ]
To All an< Singular the Kindred and
Creditors of Thomas Cloud, De
:Notice is hereby given that on Fri
glay, the 29th of September, 1922, at
eleven o'clock, a. in., I will make first
and final return as administrator for<
the estate of Thomas Cloud, deceased,
and on that day will apply to Hon.
W. L. Holley, Judge of Probate forr
Fairfield county, at Winnsboro, S. C.,
for letters dismissory.
James Henry Cloud.
Administrator for the Estate gf
N HONOR OF MRS. BRAMLETT.
Mrs. A. E. Davis, Jr., entertained
lelightfully at cards at her home on
donday evening in honor of Mrs.
resse Bramlett, of Richmond.
The attractive home was lovely in
>askets of all-colored zinias. The
core prize, which was a blue hand
>Ainted box of candy, fell to Mrs.
r. E. McDonald, Jr., and the honoree
vas presented with a similiar box
ainted in rose.
Delightful refreshments of tea,
andwiches and salted nuts were serv
PARTY FOR MISS AIKEN.
Mrs. R. E. Ellison entertained a
iumber of friends complimentary to
diss M. C. Aiken who left Wednes
lay on her western trip to attend
he General Convention of the Epis
opal Church at Portland Oregon.
About fifteen guests gathered on
he wide porches and delightful re
reshments of fruit punch, apricot
ces and sandwiches were served.
TO CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY.
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Elliott gave a
eautiful lawn party on Monday ev
ming to celebrate the birthday of
;heir grand-daughter, Miss Carrie
Aiken Dupre, of Spartanburg, who
ias been spending the summer with
The spacious lawn was a gala
cene with its bright, Japanese lan
erns and its many couples of "sweet
ixteeners" epigaged in the pleasant
ame of Progressive Conversation.
Mr. and Mrs. Fayssoux Dupre mot
red from Spartanburg'to be present
t their daughters' birthday party
ringing with them her friend, Miss
Louise Allen also of Spartanburg.
During the evening iced punch
was served from a shadowy bower
aong the shrubbery. At a late hour
:elicious iee-cream, cakes and mints
ISS VIRG'INIA OWENS ENTER
,On Friday afternoon Miss Vir
ginia Owens entertained at cards,
vith Miss Minnie Owens, of Chase
ity and Miss Mary Locke Barron,
>f Union as honorees.
The long veranda, hall and front
yarlors were the scene for the eight
;ables which were set for bridje.'
The score prize, a box of powder,
vas won by Mrs. J. A. Turner, and
;he guests prizes were an oval vanity
bor Miss Barron and 'a hand-made
tandkerchief for Miss Owens.
Cherry - and vanilla block cream
ith pound cake were served by
ittle Miss Elizabeth Heusitis.
WINNSBORO) BOYS ATTEND THE
ZACHJITG SCHOOL AT THE UNI
VERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
The following Winnsboro boys, M.
M. Stewart, E. A. Turner, W. R. Har
:len and Lindsay Lemmon are attend
ing the coaching school at the Uni
versity of South Carolina, and are
getting in shape to develop some
athletics during the .following year.
Professor J. 0. VanMeter, our com
mencement speaker, is in charge of
the school and has a splendid group
of coaches doing the coaching.
SHELTON MAGISTRATE RAIDS
Magistrate C. A. Dye, Constable
W. H. Davis and Meador Traylor
captured a distilling outfit and a
quantity of beer, which was destroy
ed. The st'ill was on Beaver Creek
near the Morgan place.
A SWIMMING PARTY.
Miss Ruth Doty gave a swimming
party and moonlight picnic at Reim
ers pond on Monday evening in hon
or of her guest, Miss Trayham Wyche
f Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Seven
::ouples were present. After supper
lancing was enjoyed on the pavillion.
MRS. BRAMLETT AGAIN
. s HONORED.
Mrs. J. H. Bramlett was the guest
>f hnoor on Wednesday morning,
when Mrs. -U. G. Desportes enter
ained at bridge. There were four
ables of players present. The score
rize was won by Mrs. F. A. Des
Portes. Mrs. DesPortes and the
uest of honor were each presented
with a dainty vanity. -Mrs. C. F.
lliott and Miss Jane Ketchin were
nvited in for refreshments. Orange
;herbert and sandwiches were serv
LOANS FOR 33 YEARS.
I am authorized to receive appli
~ations for loans on farming lands
or $1,000 and more. Terms 33 years
t 6 percent. Seven percent per an
mm pays the principle and interest.
W. D. Douglas, Attorney.
EOR SALE-200 cords of 4-ft. wood.
Dry pine, $3.00 cord. M. C. Harri
for groceries and
We will be glad to have
you visit our store
W. B. Porter
Am now open and ready
to buy seed.
Scales and warehouse
in. rear of Cathcart &
Wylie's store. Phone
me at my expense before
selling your car of seed,
fori can give you the
W. R. Doty, Jr.
$ .00And a New Pair o
III Shoes will be given to
the wearer who finds Paper in the
heels, counters, inisoles or .utses~~
of any shoes made by us bearing
New Goods Arriving
[Ladies', Misses and Children's Sweaters in the. new
styles in assorted colors.
We .believe you will agree with us when we say we
have a beautiful line of dress ginghams........1c, 15c, 20c,
25c. 30c and 35c per yard.
Boys' trousers..............$1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75,.$1.95
Good quality Boys' Overalls . ........_.... . .........85c
Men's good quality overalls........................ ......... $1.25
NEW SHOES COMING IN
Does it pay to buy shoes that are made of solid leather
through and throigh? For about ten years. we have
Sbeen selling the All-Leather Line of Shoes.
Ithe next few weeks we expect to show the largest
sokof All-Leather Made Shoes shown in this part of
the State and they will be sold at reasonableprcs
In our store for this Fall will be shown an up-to-date
line of Conservative and Young Men's Suits.
akes Leather to Stand
3WIMMING PARTY FOR SISTER. I
Mrs. H. E. Caldwell gave a swim
ning party at Raines pond on Wed
iesday evening in honor of her sis
er, Miss Eloise Holloday, of Marion.
['he party motored down in the after
ioon, and after enjoying the swim
ning refreshments were served.
The first use of radio to transmit
nformation regarding nutrition, re
>orted of the United States Depart
nent of Agriculture, was a talk on
ood for boys and girls sent out in
[uly by the Michigan extension
;pecialist in nutrition.
An unusual type of return for a
,anded bird was recently sent in to
he United States Department of
Agriculture from Corning, Ohio. On
lune 29 a band was taken from the
;tomach of a black snake whici had
>een placed on a fledgling caLbird
live days before by the same person
vho found it.
3OGS WANTED-If you have some
good hogs see me or phone 151.
W. B. Porter. 23
EED-Seed Barley, seed Abruzzi
rye. We lave it for sale. A. B.
THURSDAY BRIDGE CLUB.
The Bridge Club was entertained
rhursday afternoon of this week by
Mis. John Harden, Jr. There were
three tables of pyers present. A
number of visitors were invited in
ror refreshments at the conclusion of
the games. Mrs. Sam Jordan held
the highest score among the visitors,
and Mrs. H .E. Caldwell among the
club members. A salad course with
iced tea was served.
A CARD OF APPRECIATIOT.
I wish to thank the good people of
Fairfield County for the splendid
vote they gave me August 29th.
A. Mac. Faucette.
ENOUGH SIGNATURES HAVE
BEEN SECURED ON THE STREET
PAVING PETITION, AND THERE
ARE STILL MORE WHICH CAN
BE HAD ON PRESENTATION.
WHY NOT MAKE IT UNANIMOUS
AND LET'S ALL WORK TOGETH
ER FOR A "BIGGER. WINNS
Time' is like
Buying Poor She
to Save Mone: