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NEWS FROM THE
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lage are yours. They are the insti
tutions that stand for purity, honor,
justice, love and life. We should not
let them falter or fail. The Son of
God put the best he had into the
world to make a church life possible.
He lit the torch and handed it to you
and to me. Shall we hold it high or
shall we let the light go out? In
God's name I beg you to think many
times before you extinguish the flame.
The following was handed to the
correspondent by Rev. B. B. Black
On last Friday evening about 8:00
o'clock, Mrs. C. E. Strange entertained
her ladies Bible class of the Winns
boro mills Methodist church at her
home. The class had invited some
who were not members of the class
to join them, some could not come.
The visitors present were: The pastor,
Mr. W. A. Hadaway, Mr. Oscar Der
rick and Mr. Strange.
Mrs. Strange asked the class a good
many Bible questions, the most of
which were answered correctly.
Then the crowd joined in some
games. The rooms and hall-way were
made to ring again and again with
the merriment and laughter of the
Just as the crowd was gathering
around the piano to sing, Mrs. Strange
stepped forward with a waiter laden
with gifts which her class and others
had requested that she give to their
pastor, Rev. B. B. Black. There was
more than the waiter could hold or
contain for there were apples, oranges
handkerchiefs, socks, a nice neck tie.
a beautiful towel and-well there was
something else that didn't take up
quite so much room as the things we
have just ntioned, but it is good
in exchange 'or such-a check and
After the pastor had thanked then
for the many.. and much appreciated
gifts every one Joined in the singing
of hyms for a while.
We were soon called into the din
ing room where we enjoyed some de
licious ice cream and cake.
After that we all came back to the
parlor where we sang until the crowd
was ready to go home.
We wish to take this occasion to
thank our many friends in Winnsboro
Mills village and in town for the
many kindnesses they have shown us
since we came here.
We have made friends here that
we shall never forget.
B. B. Black.
Pastor Winnsboro Mills M. E. Church.
Providing that all Property Holders
*owning property abutting on Con
gress and Evans Streets, make
- Water and Sewerage Connections.
Whereas the Town of Winnsboro
having resolved to pave Congress and
Evans Streets of said Town, and
whereas, it will be greatly inconven
ient and expensive to tear up and re
move said pavement for the purpose
of making water and sewerage con
Now, Therefore be it enacted and
ordained by the Town Council of the
Town of Winnsboro:'
Section 1. That all property hold
ers owning property abutting on Con
gress Street and Evarns Street of the
Town of Winnsboro, (whether the
said property be occupied or vacant)
are heresy required to make water
and sewerage connections with the
water and Sewer mains on said Con
gress and Evans Streets, within the
perod of thirty days from the pubhica
tion of this ordinance.
Section 2. That after the lapse of
thirty days from the passage of this
ordinance, no removal of street pave
ment shall be permitted for the pur
pose of making water and sewerage
connections within the period of ten
Done in Council this 8th., day of
November, A. D. 1922, and with the
Corporate seal of the said Town af
C. A. Robinson, Mayor
H. E. Ketchin, Clerk.
DEATH OF ESTIMABLE COLORED
Catherine Ruff, an estimable and
respected colored woman, died on Nov.
5 at Rion. She was respected among
white and colored. She was funeral
ized at Shiloh A. M. E. church Nov.
7 by Rev. J. C. Hilton. As a token
of their respect many flowers were
put upon her grave by white and col
FOR SALE-One good mare and one
good mule. Will sell cheap. See
J. M. Timms, Rou'te, No. 3.
We have moved our Watkins' Store
from uptown to near the Cotton Mill
on road leading by the railroad.
HAROLD E. DOUGLASS.
Retailer in Watkins Products.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
(Continued From Page Six)
march, the ushers, Edward Crawford
and Tom McDonald, of Winnsboro,
descended the stairway. Next came
the bridesmaid, Miss Elizabeth Heath,
of Columbia gowned in pink metal
cloth. She was follovwed by the
groomsman, S. W. Heath, Jr. Mrs.
York Wilson, of Charlotte, dame of
honor wore a gown of purple sequin
with purple tulle train. Miss Lucin
ia Heath, sister of the bride, was the
maid of honor. She wore a gold lace
own over yellow georgette. All the
attendants carried bouquets of Ophel
as. Just preceding the bride came
two little flower girls, Mary McMas
er and Mary Lee Blakeney, of Cam
ien, in fluffy white organdie dresses
,vith baskets of pink rose petals,
rhich they scattered in the pathway
>f the bride.
The bride was never lovelier than
n her wedding gown of white satin
mbroideied in morning glories out
ined with pearls, the court train be
ng edged with silver !ace. Her vc;l
vas caught to her head with a coronet
)f pearls. She carried brides roses,
;hcwered with swansonia. She en
:ered alone and was joined at the
ioor by the groom with his best-man,
enry Elliott, of Carte-rsville, Ga.
The impressive ring ceremony was
>erformed by the brides pastor, the
Rev. G. G. Mayes.
The guests were ushered into the
lining room irnmediaitely after the
eremony, where the same col orj
cheme was used as in the hall,
weet peas being banked around
he plate rail and mantel. Pink wax
apers in silver candlesticks decar
ted the buffet and center table.
ssisting in the dining room were
qisses Priscilla Ketchin, Emelyn
facfie, Beck Jennings, Elizabeth
loan, Mary Carlisle Elliott and Vir
Refreshments of block cream, car
.mg out the color scheme (f yellow.
>ink' and lavendar, cake, coffee and
nints were served.
The handsome presents were dis
layed in the upper hall.
Mrs. Elliott is the oldest daughter
f Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Heath and is
i young woman of rare charm and
weetness of manner. She was edu
ated at Sweet Briar, Va., and St.
Marys College. Her many friendz
regret that her wedding will take her
away from Winnsboro.
Mr. Elliott is the second son of Mr.
ind Mrs. H. C. Elliott, of Winnsboro,
and is a young man of sterling char
acter. He attended Georgia Tech.
e holds an important position in
Cumberland Maryland, where the
oung couple will make their home.
The out-of-town guests were: Mrs.
Harriet Brown, of Darlington, Mr. and
Mrs. M. C. Heath, Mrs. Ida S. Heath,
f Columbia, Miss Marie Matthews.
Richard Singleton, John Edmuxnds. of
Columbia,, Nettles Lindsay, Camden
Miss Catherine Wylie, Lancaster, Mr.
and Mrs. E. D. Blakeney, Camden,
Mrs. Alexander Long, Rock Hill, Mrs.
Ernest Spong, Charlotte, Mr. and Mrs
J. T. Stevens, Kershaw. Mr. and Mr<.
H. E. Mlatthews, Charlotte, Henry
Elliott, Cartersville, Ga., Mrs. B. A.
Heath, Charlotte, Mrs. York Wilson,
Charlotte, Miss Elizabeth Heath, Co
T'.? Rev. McCoy Franklin, of Cross
nor, N. C., will give an account of
life of men, birds and beasts, in the
moutai:.s, at the Community House
Monday night at 7:30. He is a pro
luct of the mountains and is a most
interetirg speaker. If you want to
enjoy n g~ood laugh and at the same
time learn something, come.
He is invited here by the ladies of
the Presbytrian church. An admiP
sion fee of 10 and 25 cents will be
charged which goes to the church
pew fund of their new church.
G. G. Mayes.
BOOKS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Notice is hereby given that the
books of subscription to the capital
stock of the Bloomingdale Farm Cor
poration will be opened at the resi
dence of R. A. Meares, at Ridgeway,
S. C., on Monday; the 13th inst., at
10 o'clock, a. in., the undersignel
proposing to organize said corpora
tion with a capital stock of $4,200,
divided into 42 shares of $100 each;
and a meeting of the subscribers will
be held on the next day, at the same
place and the same hour, to organize
and elect officers, and the undersign
ed will file with the Secretary of
State a declaration, as required by
law, praying for a charter.
, R. A. Meares,
Louise W. Meares,
Gertrude P. Meares,
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our deep grati
tude to friends and relatives and
thank them for the many kindnesses,
shown us and help rendered us dur
ing our recent disaster.
Mr. andl Mrs. John Y. Turner and
STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF
SUNDAY SCHOOLS TO SPEAK
Arrangements have been completed
for State. Superintendent Leon C
Palmer of the South Carolina Sunday
School Association to speak to the
people of Fairfield County at the
Community house on Sunday even
ing, November 26th. This will be a
popular mass-meeting for everybody
and all are cordially invited. The
meeting is interdenominational and
the address will be of an inspiration
al and educational nature, popular in
character and of interest to all. No
admission is charged and no collec
tion will be taken.
During the past twenty years, it
is stated, Superintendent Palmer has
lectured in Alabama, Tennessee, Miss
issippi, Florida, Georgia, North and
South Carolina, Ohio, Illinois, Wis
consin, and New York. He has also
spoken at the University of Alabama,
the Alabama Polytechnic Institute,
Wofford College, Furman University,
Clemson College, Converse College,
and the University of South Carolina.
to all things al
politics and pL
it enables us t
lieve that the i
fore the conse:
goods at the b
cater to large i
they are acce
at heart, we pt
Children's heavy fleece lir
Other children's ribbed un
Men's heavy fleeced lined
Men's good weight ribbed
Women's Separate Unders
Women's good weight flee
Big double-bed blankets (
The best 32-in, dress ging
(We defy all corn
Extra heavy outing......
Good weight cotton flanne
Men's and women's sweat
Children's wool sweaters
9-4 Pepperel unbleached s
9-4 Pepperel bleached she
Women's outsize extra hE
(Cheaper than the outir
5-lb. quilt bundles ........
WATCH FOR PEOPLE 1
THEM. COME AND GE'
In addition to his work as a lecturer
he is known also as an author and
The grouch knows as much about
living as a whale does an air plane
It takes both cold and coal to make
the public realize who pays the cost
of the .strike.
Loud ad-ertising may not pay but
count the number of people at the
next free for all (log fight.
A lot of henpecked men don't know
whether to take or give poison.
H. 0. NICHOLS,
CHESTER, S. C. PHONE 191
of opinion, or the
governs affairs in
fecting human aff:
blic benefits such
reach a decision :
from the volume o
majority of the bu3
sus of opinion is I
st prices, two thin
values the very beE
ptable==-but, as we
efer that our barg
more of our neigh
d union suits (all sizes....75c
> n suits . ........................50c
hirts and drawers..........49c
nion suits ....................... $1.23
~ear....................... .50c garment
ced union suits .................. 98c
s tra large),.................$2.48
~am (dark patterns).....20c yd
~etition on this item.)
........... .......... .......... 14c yd
1.......... ....... ..............1 5cyd
rs.................................. .98c up
24, 26, 28) .......... . ....98c
eeting . ......................49c yd
eting ........................53c yd
avy outing gowns .............98c
y from which they are made.)
...... ............................ ....... 98c
VITH BUNDLES IN YELLOW 'i
~YOUR OWN BARGAINS AND
STORE IS P
URS IS A E
One uses so little baking
powder in comparison
with the other materials
used in baking that it al
ways pays to use the best.
For making the finest and
no substitute for ROYAL I a
Baking Powder. It is made
from Cream of Tartar de
rived ftr grapes and is ab
Contains No Alum
Leaves No Bitter Taste
expression of a majority of the
any community. This applies
irs---not only does it beir on
as good roads, schools, etc., but
s to what our customers want.
oar trade, w: are led to be-.
ers like our policy; and there
hat The Battery has the best
gs, which taken together, make
t in the county.. We do not
though we do make them .and
have the community interest
ins be distributed as much as
ors may benefit by our bargains.
and Goods.That Bring
Extra, Specials for
Saturday and Monday
Women's all-wool coat suits (blue and brown).. .....$12.95
Women's all-wool serge dresses...........-.......64
Women's and children's coats at Santa Claus prices.
(All we lack is the chimney to deliver them through.)
Men's all-wool top shirts; choice...-. ....-......-.-.....$19 .
Extra heavy Lonsdale Jeans middy blouses (88 to
44) ........................... ..........-. ..-- ..-- -.------- -98
We handle the best lines of women's and children's
and men's wor kand dress shoes on the market. We pos
itively guarantee our prices on these goods cheaper than
you can possibly buy them elsewhere. They are all
leather-Hamilton Brown and Godman.
RAPPING PAPER-ASK THEM WHERE THEY GOT
OIN THE PARADE.
o, S. C.