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Miss Margaret Neil Social Editor.
Miss Bec Hanahan is visiting in
Mrs. U. G. DesPortes returned from
Richmond on Wednesday.
P. M. Dees witnessed the game in
Columbia last Thursday.
Mrs. J. S. Ketchin spent several
days in Chester last week.
Mrs. Shafkin, of Columbia, is vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lacklowitz.
Mrs. D. V. Walker, Jr., spent the
week-end in Rock Hill with relatives.
Mrs. H. H. Withers and children,
of Chester, are visiting Mrs. J. J.
Messrs. Bill Rabb and Ernest Bur
ley were in Columbia on last Thurs
The Music Club will meet at 4
o'clock Friday afternoon with Mrs. W.
Mrs .W. M. Wolling has returned
from a visit to her old home at Mc
Mrs. T. T. Rogers and children o.
Lake City, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
D. H. Robertson.
Mr. and Mrs. Pressly Burckmeyer,
of Hendersonville, are the guests of
Mrs. R. E. Ellison.
Messrs. Dave Crawford and Bill
Robinson attended the Clemson-Caro
lina game Fair week.
Messrs. William-Glenn and Robert
Ragsdale attended the game in Co
lumbia last Thursday.
Messrs. S. C. Kennett, Amos Davis,
S. R. McMaster and W. H. McFie -at
tended the Fair on Thursday.
Messrs. Chalmers Tennant and Ed
ward Phillips saw the foot-ball game
at the Fair on Thursday.
Ralph Hanahan, of the University
of South aCrolina, spent the week-end
at his home here.
Mrs. A. E. Davis, Jr., and little
daughter, Frances, spent this week
in Concord, N. C.
'Miss Minnie Lee Seigler, who is
teaching at Munroe, N. C., spent the
week-end at home.
Miss Virginia Owens, of Coker
College spent several days at her
home here last week.
Messrs. Ernest Crawford, Mac Hall
and Jean Douglass saw the Clemson
Carolina foot-ball game last week.
Mrs. J. D. Hatchet has returned to
her home in Atlanta after a visit to
her sister, Mrs. U. G. DesPortes.
There will be preaching at Betha
ny Baptist church Sunday, November
Friday, Nov. 3rd. Everybody come.
Mrs. W. H. Flenniken has returned
from a visit to her daughter, Miss
Margaret Flenniken, in New York.
Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Hamilton spent
Sunday at Winthrop College with
their daughter, Miss Louise Hamil
Messrs. Tom McDonald, Jack Mc
Master, Robert Ketchin and Moultrie
Douglass witnessed the Clemson- Ca
rolina game Fair week.
Miss Alice Walker returned on
Tuesday from an extended visit to
New York City. She was accompa
nied home by Miss Louise Steiner.
Mrs. Thomas Smith returned to
Concord, N. C., on Monday after a
visit to her (laughter, Mrs. U.,G. Des
Miss Etta Lee Scruggs, who is a
memb er of the senior class at Win
throp College, spent the week-end at
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Sloan, Misses
Elizabeth and Margaret Sloan and
Miss Ella Crawford Heath spent sev
eral days in Charlotte last week.
Miss Hazel Haynes and Messrs.
Roger Smarr, Talmage Haynes, Ed
ward Crawford and and Marion Brown
attended the foot-ball game at the
Charley Robinson, Jr., and Boyd
Tennant, of the Clemson 'Varsity
football team, spent the week-end at
home after the Clemson-Carolina
game last Thursday.
Miss Elizabeth Coan, of Winthrop
College, spent the week-end at her
home here. She had as her guest,
her classmate, Miss Mamie Bates, of
A union meeting was held at Rock
Creek church in the western part of
the county last Sunday. Those at-i
tending from Winnsboro were Mr.
Hone, Mr. Scruzgs, and Mr. Sims of!
Winnsboro Mills. Dinner was served
n the grounds.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy A, .:ewi of. .
Woodwa'rd, were in town 'Monday.
Mr..-and..Mrs. John D. Blai:, of the;
Strother sectibn, were here Movday.
Mrs. Smith returned to Concord on
Monday after visiting Mrs. U. G. Des
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Pearson, of the
Strother section, were in town on
Mr. Stewart, formerly of Wood
ward, now of Chester, was a visitor
:n town this week.
Mrs. A. W. Brown returned Fri
(lay after a months visit to her son,
0. R. Brown, of Bennettsville.
Mr. Olin Blair left Saturday for
Dillon, where he has accepted a po
sition with the Southern Cotton Oil
Mrs. W. D. Douglas, Miss Floride
Douglas and Dwight Douglas went to
Rock Hill Sunday to see Miss Mary
Douglas at Winthrop College.
Rev. W. P. Peyton attended the
meeting of the executive council of
Upper South Caorlina Diocese of the
Episcopal church in CiOumbia Friday.
IN HONOR OF MRS. HOLLADAY
Mrs. John Walker entertained at
cards on Tuesday evening in honor
of Mi Davis Holladay, of Columbia.
Two tables were set for bridge. Mrs
Holladay received a pair of silk hose
as a guest prize. A salad course with
coffee and whipped cream was serv
Mrs. Holladay was again the guest
of honor on Wednesday afternoon
when Miss Nan Neil entertained at
bridge. Two tables o'f playe6s were
present. Miss Floride' Martin made
the top score for the afternoon, and
she and the guest of honor each re- -
ceived a deck of cards. A frozen sal
adl, withr nut-bread sandwiches and tea
MISS SLOAN ENTERTAINS
Miss Elizabeth Sloan entertained
two tables at bridge on Wednesday
evening in Mrs. Hollagay's honor.
Mrs. H. E..Caldwell received the score
prize, a set of bridge table numbers.
The guest prize was a dainty vanity.
A sweet course was served.
MOUNT ZION DOWNED IN HARD
Last Friday the plucky little
from Mount Zion went up to York 1
and met the team which Tatum Gres
sette, last year Captain of Carolina, i
has been coaching. It was a case of 1
scrappy little team meeting a scrap
py big team and the score 14 to 6 im o
favor oif the big team was the result. 3
The score will tell the tale of the 3
fight, how the line from Mt. Zion I
fought stubbornly inch by inch until e
the York line by its weight bore it
down and how though beaten the boys
who are holding up the colors of
Winnsboro were in there fighting
vhen the last whistle blew. t
It is nard to pick out the individ- a
ual stars, though mention must be e
made of the wonderful sprint of John- a
son who standing on his own goal I,
ine raced the entire length *of the f
field for the only score which Mt. a
Zion registeredl. The work 'of the S
two Sentells and McFie in the line i
stood out. Credit must be given thet
,inners for the work of their whole I
ine and Carrol who bore the brunt t
of their offense.
Friday the 3rd, Mt. Zion plays Ft. v
Mill in Fort Mill and the 10th they 2
play Lancaster at home. Lets all (
ome out and give the boys the sup- 3
port they deserve.
COMMUNITY HOUSE PROGRAM. s
Friday-Betty Compton and Tom i
Moore in "Beyond the Border," two
big stars in a thrill-swept romance
of the frozen north. Where smug
glers clash with the Northwestern h
Mounted, and a bewitching heroine de- p,
fies the law, with a sensational cli- ti
max actually filmed in a raging bliz- t:
zard. A story by Sir Gilbert Parker y
and screened perfectly by Naramount-ia
One of our better class pictures. 7 P
M., 10 and 20 cents. h
Wednesday-Elsie Ferguson in n
"Footlights," one of her very best, a
seven reel sensation with the besti
acting she has ever done. Fail to seer
it and you lose. i
Coming for Thanksgiving-"Be- o
yond the Rocks," with Gloria Swanson t]
and Rudolph Valentino. t]
THURSDAY BRiDGE CLUB n
Miss Nan Neil entertained the g
Thursday Bridge Club on Saturday tl
afternoon. Three tables of players tI
enjoyed Miss Neil's hospitality. Be- r
sides the regular members present s
the guests of the club were: Miss Car- v
rol Clements and Mrs. K. R. McMas- p,
ter. The highest score for the after-w
noon was held by Miss Floride Mar- i
The f'Jovwing invitation will be
read with great interest by the large
number of friends of the young cou
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart William Heath
request the pleasure of your company
at the marriage of their daughter
Mr. James McEenney Elliott
)n Thursday, the ninth of November
Nineteen hundred and twenty-two
at eight o'clock
Winnsboro, South Carolina.
RALLOWE'EN PARTY AT MONTI
The Monticello High School will
iave a Halowe'en entertainment on
Friday, Nov. 3rd.
The Young Peoples Society of the
Presbyterian church enjoyed a Hal
towe'en party on Monday evening at
ithe home of Mrs. J. J'. Neil. All
vore masks and were arrayed in
hostly attire. As each guest enter
!d a large number was pinned to his
:ostume, and after a ghost parade in
;he yard, a guessing contest as to
mch others indentity was played.
Wiss Alice Carter won the prize, a
rownie doll. The house was lighted
)nly with candles and grinning jack
o' lanterns. All the favorite Hallow
'en games were played, after which
here was a general unmasking, and
hile the young people sat on the
loor around the open fire refresh
nents were served.
DOTTON GINNED IN FAIRFIELD
COUNTY UP TO OCTOBER 18.
There were 3,975 bales of cotton,
,ounting round as half bales, girined
n Fairfield county, from the crop of
.922, prior to October 18,.. 1922, as
:ompared with 6,222 bales ginned to
)ctober 18, '1921.
LADIES AID SOCIETY
The Ladies Aid Society of the
rst Baptist church met with Mrs.
. W. Roberts Wednesday afternoon
'or its October meeting.
Mrs. John Bomar was leader for
he afternoon and using - as her sub
ect, Spiritual Clothing and reading
.uke 15 chapter and Mathew 22
'hapter as the scripture lesson.
,Roll called showing 18 members
rs and 5
', asg ded at this meeting to
ave a quilting at the residence of
Irs. Meng on November 2nd to fin
sh the quilts which the society has
ecently made for the Orphanage.
After the business of the society
ras finished the hostess assisted by
esdames. Gibson, Pritchard and
rerner served delightful hot tea,
andwiches and peaches with whipped
ROUND DOZEN, CLUB MEETS
Mrs. Ernest Gladiden was hostess
a the Round Dozen Club on Tuesday
fternoon. The roll call was answer
d with the names of favorite screen
ctresses. The program was as fol
ws: A Comparison of Mary Pick
ord and Marguerite Clark in Life
nd on the Screen, by Miss Doty; The
tory of Norma Talmadge's Home
,ife, by Mrs. J. I. Fayssoux; A Con
rast Between Elsie Ferguson and'
ladame Nazimova as Representa
ies Screen Heroines, by Mrs. J. M.
ennings. Mrs. A. G. Quattlebaum
as the leader for the afternoon. Th'e
uests of the club were Mesdames
~eorge Clowney, S. L. Lindsay, 0. C.
carborough, Andrew Turner, Gibson
ylie; Misses Elmina Long, Hattie
'immons and Maggie B. Turner. A
alad course with coffee was served.
OF WOMEN VOTERS.
An enthusiastic meeting was held
ere Tuesday morning in the com
'unity building by the women of the
>wn for the purpose of perfecting
seir organization of the League for
'omen Voters. The meeting was
bly presided over by Mrs. Gordon
.Johnstone, chairman, of Winns
oro. . E. McDonald, Jr., made a
iost interesting and instructive talk
>the women on 'the proposed bond
sue of $500,000 for permanent good
ads in Fairfield county. This bond
sue is to be voted on at the time
the general election. He outlined
ie many benefits to be derived from
ie bond issue, and brought home the
ret to his audience that Fairfield can
t only afford to have these im
covements, but can not without
rave injustice to themselves and
eir children any longer withhold
is forward step. His remarks were
ceivedI with enthusiasm and we feel
ire that the Winnsboro League for
omen Voters will do all in their
wer to nelp in this movement
hose tide now seems to be turning
its favor. The following officers
ere elected: Mi's. J. E. McDonald.
.,prsidnt; Mrs. W. H. Wililngr
hajn, first vice sident; Miss: Pris
cilla ' hin, . nd vice preident;
Mrs. Julian 1ips mb, secretary;- Mrs.
Gibson Wylie, rresponding secre
tary; Mrs. A. L Scruggs, treasurer;
Mesdames J. H. Cathcart, W. H. Flen
niken, J. M. Jenmigs,. directors; Mrs.
Ernest Gladden, 'chairman member
ship committee; Mrs. C. F. Elliott,
chairman finance committee; Miss
Margaret Neil, chairman publicity
committee; Mrs. U. G. DesPortes,
chairman telephone committee; Mrs.
J. H. Boulware, chairman program
committee; Mrs. S. R. McMaster,
chairman entertainment committee.
Mrs. Alva Stevenson annonuces the
marriage of her daughter, Sara El
len, to J. B. Beckham, of Winnsboro,
the wedding having taken place at
the Presbyterian Manse, Columbia,
on Thursday afternoon, October the
twenty-sixth, at half past five o'cloek,
the ceremony being performed by the
Rev. R. A. Lapsley, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church.
Mrs. K. P. McMaster entertained
three tables of bridge on Tuesday ev
ening in honor of Col. George Mc
Master, of Columbia. When the cards
were laid pIside, a salad course with
coffee was served.
FOR SAfE-Chrysanthemum blooms
@ $1.00 dozen. Mrs. John Brooks,
Wiaitro, S. C., Rt. 1, Box 75
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for clohestyo wlareuiae
buyaguarateed All-W ool
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Service in ban
ACCURACY, PROMPTNESS, COURTESY,
CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT A N D
CONSERVATIVE F I N A N C I A L AID
Not only are you assured of all that at this bank, but the
standing of our depositors and the increasing business of
the bank PROVES our ability to render such service.
Accounts are solicited from companies and individuals.
ALL FACILITIES GIVEN CONSISTENT WITH
The Winnsboro Bank.
CAPITAL $100,000 SURPLUS $90,000
We would like every shipper of peanuts to get in touch
with us and secure. latest prices. Can use an unlimited
quantity. Write, wire or phone whenever ready to sell.
Sea Island Cotton Oil Company
CHARLESTON, S. C.
SCOTCH WOOLEN MILLS MADE TO MEASURE CLOTHES
THE ONLY SINGLE PRICED LINE IN AMERICA
GUARANTEED ALL WOOL
ANY TWO PIECE SUIT
Any Fall Suit or Overcoat
fectly, and you will find nearly
smooth finish cassimeres, chev
e been paying others $35 to $50 /
be This splendid opportumnity to
o-Piece Suit made to your meas
Full Suit or Overcoat for only
IT'S HARD TO GET OVER
,t the keener the judge the surer the approval of odr merchan
our buying on the presumption that every visitor to our store
judge of values. That plan insures a quality that will meet
nents of experts and at the same time makes it impossible for
bto get stuck on an inferior quality.
K WE ARE GOING TO GIVE AWAY FREE
of thread with cvery 5 yards of cloth.
of stocking FREE with every pair of shoes.
of underwear FREE with every order for a suit or overcoat.
iery $5.00 worth of cloth, you will get FREE enough for an
iery $5.00 worth of household goods we will give FREE oil
th to cover a kitchen table.
10.00 worth of household goods we will give FREE enough ,
tain goods for 2 windows.
uicements are good for this week only, Friday, 3rd, to Sat. 7th.
L KINDS OF JEWELRY REPAIRING AT LOWEST PRICES
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