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Verner is our popular and efficient
Mr. Gordan Grant has returned to
the fold after a vacation of two weeks.
iMr. Jimmie Smith, service mana
ger, is hiding out somewhere in South
Carolina on his vacatid'h. He would
not tell us where. The only satis
faction that we got out of him was
that he was going to spend part of
the time with his girl. We wouldnt
be surprised if he came back all
Mr. George Baker and family.have
moved from our village.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Woods have mov
ed to Gastonia, N. C., where they will
make their future home.
Some splendid Christian families
have recently come to our village.
We are always glad to welcome peo
ple who love the ideals and stand
ards of righteousness for which our
community stands. Now is a good
time for some good families to file
application with the service depart
mentsfor positions in the mill for the
future. There is more money in mill
work than in feeding boll weevils.
Besides we have delightful homes
and modern conveniences such as
water, light, and sewerage. We have
as sanitary and as healthy a village
as South Carolina affords. The moral
standard is high. The religious and
educational privileges are all 'that
the heart could wish. Splendid med
ical attention is given to each employ
The election passed off quietly.
We are ready to cast the ballot that
will help elect next Tuesday. Elec
tions are a good thing occasionally.
They at least get Candidates worried
and anxious about their jobs. We
are hoping that the best man for
each office wins. If the voters make
a mistake and get the wrong man
it is up tio that man at least to get
busy and live up to his promises and
to the peoples faith in him. We never
knew that -e had so many interested
friends until the race began to warm
up. We hope. that these good folks
keep up their handshaking and friend
ships. But alas they will all forget
us. The man who wins will be satis
fied and the other will let his lo'
lie dormant until the next election.
But God bless the candidates and
help those who win to be faithful to
ibe sacred trusts of the people and
may He assuage thi disappointment
of those who lose.
Mr. G. H. Lokey is sporting a new
Sport Model Haynes touring car.
COMMUNITY HOUSE PROGRAM.
Friday and Saturday, 8:00 p. in.
Wm. S. Hart, in "Travelin' On," a
bgi 7-reel Western, the best he has
ever done, and he says it's his last
one. Anyway 'it's'a wonderful story.
10 and 20c.
Monday, 7:30-Will Rogers, in
"Doubling for Romeo." A wonderful
burlesque on Shakespeare, and the
movies. Something original and new.
A big comedy of six reels. See it
'and come again.
Tuesday, 7:30-Election night
County and State election and picture
show all for 10 and 20c. Complete
returns each 30 :v::es from Co
lumbia. The picture is Anita Stew
art in "Her Mad Bargain." She
made a bad bargain and lived through
it. Will south Carolina make one
Beginning Monda:: we will start at
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
State of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield.
Whereas petitions signed by a le
gal number of the qualified electors
and freeholders residing in Ridge
school district, No. 28, Fairfield
county, S. C., asking for an election
for the purpose of voting 4 mills for
school purposes, have been filed with
the County Board of Education, an
election is hereby ordered upon said
question, said election to be held Sat
urday, September 9th, 1922, at school
house, Trustees of said district be
Those favoring the additional tax
of 4 mills shall vote a ballot contain
ing the word "YES", written or print
be thereon, and those against the
said tax shall vote a ballot contain
~ig the word "NO" written or print
ed thereon. Polls shall open at the
hour of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and
shall remain open till the hour of
five o'clock in the afternoon, when
they shall be closed and the ballots
,The trustees shall report the re
suit of the election to the County
Auditor and Secretary of the County
Board within ten days thereafter.
By order of the County Board,
J. L. Brice, Co. Supt., Sec.
SUCCESS ATTENDS CONTROL
MEASURES IN PEACH ORCH ARDS
One of the best peach crops ever
produced sin Georgia has just been
hreed, it is reported to the United
CALL.. FOR COUNTY... CONVEN
At the request of representative
citizqns in meeting assembled and by
authority of the County Democratic
Executive Committee, a County Con
vention is hereby called to meet, un
der the Rules of the Democratic
Party, at the Court House, Winnsboro
S. C., at 11 o'clock a. m., on Monday,
the 18th of September, 1922. The
object of the said Convention will
be to consider and pass upon the
question of submitting to the emo
cratic voters of the county the issue
of not less than $500,000 of county
bonds for the purpose of establish
ing, constructing, or repairing, a
system of good roads, bridges and
highways throughout Fairfield coun
I hereby request the President of
the respective Democratic Clubs in
the county to call their clubs together
for the purpose of selecting delegates
to said Convention, and I suggest
that a suitable time for such meet
ings will be on the day of the second
primary election, on the 12th day of
Igach club will be entitled to.elect
one delegate for each twenty-five
voters, or a majority fraction there
of, as shown by the vote in the last
primary election heli on the 29th day
of August, 1922. I respectfully urge
that each club send a full delegation
to this convention, in order that evs
ery sec+;on of the County may be
represented, to the end that the best
interests of the whole county may be
intelligently considered and that this
important question may be fairly and
J. E. McDonald,
NOTICE OF SECOND PRIMARY
Notice is hereby given that a sec
ond primary election will be held for
the nomination of certain State and
County officers on the 12th day of
September, 1922. This election will
be held under the rules of the Dem
ocratic party, and the same mana
gers of election, who were appointde
for the first primary, will conduct
the second primary election in their
respective clubs. Those clubs that
voted in the first primgry election
under the Australian Ballot system
will vote in like manner in %he sec
ond primary election.
- The candidates for County bffices
to be voted for are as follops:
For County Supervisor: I. C.
-Boulware, S. T. Caste&
For County Auditor: J. B.. Burley,
J. Eb. Stevenson.
- For County Treasurer: A. Lee
Scruggs, Daniel Hall.
For County Superintendent of Ed
ucation: J. L Brice, W. W. Turner.
For County Commissioner in 1st
District: B. F. Crowder, Sam'I T.
For Magistrate in First Judicial
District: C. A. Dye, E. T. Boulware.
The names of the persons to be
voted for in the election for State of
ficers, in the second primary election,
will appear on ballots which will be
furnished by the State Executive
The boxes .and tickets for this elec
tion will be ready for dlelivery to the
Managers of Election'by the 9th clay
of September, upon application to the
County Chairman or to J. L. Brice-,
The County Democratic Executive
Committee is hereby called to meet
at W~nnsboro, S. C., on the 14th day
-,Se'tertber, 1922, at 10 o'clock in
.he fo~enoon for the purpose of tab
uatireg the returns of the Managers
of~ E.2ction andl declaring the results
J. E. McDONALD,
J. L. Brice,
FOR SALE-One new International
Feed Grinder and one second-hand
2-horse cane mill, good as new, and
one Government wagon, good shape
at $50.00 for wagon. M. W.
FOR SALE-200 bu. Fulghium oats,
1 year from Coker; 800 bu. Ful
ghum oats, 2 years from Coker; 50
bu. Abruzzi rye, 1 year from Co
ker. For prices write S. W.
'Heath, White Oak, S. C. 24pd
FOR SALE-McCormick mowers and
rakees, International kerosene en
gines andl two small second-hand
gas engines at $15.00 each. M. W.
FOR SALE-Bagging and ties, cot
ton picking sheets, wagons, bug
gies, shingles, roofing and a full
line of staple groceries. I want
your trade. M. W. Doty. 24
States Department of Agricutture.
Very good progress was made in over
coming the heavy curculio infestation.
All varieties through to the close of
the Elbta season have been unusual- -
NEW EXTENSION WORKERS
Clemson College, Sept. 1. Two
new Extension workers have been en
gaged by the Extension Service, C.
Lee Gowan as county agricultural a
gent for Abbeville Cointy, and D. D.
Whitcomb as marketing specialist for
the Aiken District, according to an
nouncement by Director W. W. Long,
of the Extension Service.
Mr. Gowan, who succeeds Wayne
G. McGowan as county agricultural
agent in Abbeville County, is a native
of Madison Copnty, N. C. -He was
educated at Reinhardt College, the
Georgia Statte College of Agriculture
and the Peabody School of Educa
tion, and has had ten years of experi
ence in farming, several years in
county work in Gaston County, N.
C., and several years as a railway
agricultural 'agent. Mr. Gowan has
already taken 'up his duties in Abbe
ville County with headquarters at
Donald D. Whitcorpb cante to South
Carolina from Sanford, Florida, where
he had had two years of successful
experience with the Sandford Truck
Grc w er's Association as field agent
and packing house foreman. He has
beern irn the temporary employment
of the Extension Service as marketing
specia!ist since May 1 with headquar
curse to th
The. toi e
and we are se
bought right a
to carry over
SBOYS' BLUE SERGE
MEN'S NEW SUITS (
MEN'S DRESS SHIRT!
LARS) VERY Ci]
CHILDREN'S GINGH A
A NICE LOT OF BUN
TH E BEST 8-OZ. FE A'I
GQOD QUALITY 36-In
If others ci
we let you
ters at Aiken. He now becomes one
of the three permanent marketing
specialists of the Extension Service
and will remain at Aiken to serve
that distrt, other marketing special
ists l eli g located at Florence and
I take this reans of thanking the
voters of District No. 1., for their
splendid support they gave me in the
first Primary, and if they see fit to
elect me County Commissioner for
District No. 1 on September 12, I
will give them the best service pos
S. T. Weir
SEED-Seed Barley, seed Abruzzi
rye. We have it for sale. A. B.
Old garments were remodeled by
farm women last year, as a result
of demonstrations 'by county exten
sion agents, into 55,600 up-to-date
articles of apparel, according to re
ports of the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture. Under simi
lar instruction 105,000 new garments
Advertise now and line up your
patronage for this fall.
e merchant as
ie shopworn an
wants of our cu
[ling every article
i for fall and Winlt
md sold right. 'A
that, because the
Is This Week
SUITS '12 PR. PANTS) VERY
BLUE AND BROWN SERGES)
(BLUE AND BROWN SERGES)
1 (WITH AND WITHOUT COL
M DRESSES (MADE OF AMOS
THE BEST FOR LESS.
ALOW APRONS AND HOUSE
. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY.
. CURTAIN SCRIM........1c YD
mn sell an arti<
IRON -- SHAFTING - PIPE - ROFING
Just received carload of Bar Iron
Just received earload of. Shafting
Just received carload of Black and Galvanized Pipe
Have enroute carload of Galvanized Roofing
Have full stock of Belting, Packing, Pulleys, Valves,
"ttings and Machinery Tools and Supplies.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY
823 West Gervais Street Columbia, S. C.
BATTERY REPAIRS AND CHARGING
VULCANIZING AND GENERAL
H. W. HANAHAN.
Sigon any one line. is a
well as to the cus
at a just and 1,10
~r, and at all times, ne
e havy never "kidded'' o
arket might advance, it pays
oes not pay.
Extra Special Saturday
'NEW PATTERNS 32-INCH AMOSC(EAG DRESS
GINGHAMS (30c VALUES) SPECIAL..............19e YD
(5 Yards to a Customer)
ALL PATTERNS ARE FAST COLORS AND AREj
DARK FOR FALL WEAR. COMPARE THIS PRICE .
WITH OTHERS ANYWUW'RE.
le at, a profit, we can sell
r and live. In doing this
>ro, S. C.