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LOCALS
Miss Margaret Neil Social Editor.
Civic League will meet Monday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock at the Commun
ity Building. If you are interested
in Winnsboro, show it by being pres
ent.
The Auxiliary and Guild of St.
John's Episcopal church will meet
-Tuesday afternoon November 21st, at
the home of Mrs. A. E. Davis, Jr.
Everyone be on time, 3:30.
r. Junius Crowson, of Charlotte,
t Sunday in town.
F. A. DesPortes was a business vis
itor in Columbia Monday.
Mr. Enoch Crowson, of Columbia,
was a week-end visitor here.
Mr. A. B. Tennant, of Clemson Col
lege, spent the week-end at home.
P. M. Brice and Marion Holley, vt
Columbia spent the week-end in town.
Mr. Bruce B. Abernethy, of Char
lotte, N. C., spent the week-end here.
H. E. Caldwell and J. P. Matthewz
spent the week-end in Charlotte.
Miss Elizabeth Doty spent the week
end in Rock Hill with her sister, Miss
Alice Doty.
Miss Jane Ketchin, of the Winthrop
college faculty, spent the week-end at
her home here.
Miss Alice Walker and Miss Louise
Steimer spent several days in Colun
p this week.
Miss Julia Gantt, who is in train
ing at the Columbia Hospital, spent
the week-end at home.
S. W. Heath has returned to Harts
ville after spending the past week at
his home here.
Mrs. Bezeel Copeland Morris, of
Olar, S. C., is fhe guest of her mother,
Mrs. J. S. Long.
Mr. Henry Elliott, who is teaching
school in Cartersville, Georgia, spent
last week i town.
Miss Etta Lee Scruggs, of Winthrop
College, spent the week-end in town,
she had as her guest Miss Theo Lyles.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Patton, Mr. and
Mrs. P. -M. Dees and Mrs. A. W.
Brown spent Saturday in Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Johnstone,, Mr.
siid Mrs. Julian Lipscomb saw the
Carolina-Furman game in Columbia
on Saturday.
Mrs. Harriet Brown has returned
to her home in Darlingt9n after spend
ing the past week with her niece,
Mrs. S. W. Heath.
Mrs. Legrand Poe from Washington
D. C., stopped over with Mrs. Bezeel.
C. Morris last week enroute to Flor
ida.
Mr. A. T. Richardson accompanied
by Messrs. Herman'and A. T. Richard
son, Jr., were the- Sunday guests of
Mrs. Mary Broom.
Mr. Julian Elliott, Miss Elizabeth
and Mr. and Mrs. Evans Elliott and
Miss Abbie Hanahan, of Columbia, at
tended the Heath-Elliott wedding
here last week.
Mrs. H. E. Matthws, Mrs. York Wil
sojan d Miss Hamlin Landis, of Char
~were the guests of Mrs. S. W.
Heath for several days last week.
Messrs. Ernest 'Propst, W. R. Rabb,
Jr., George Crawford and Marion
Brown attended the Chester-Rock IHill
high school foot-ball game in R'ck
Hill last Friday.
Mrs. M. A. Wylie and Mrs. John
Mmith left last week for a visit
in sons, D. Otis Smith, Charlotte,
i'., and J. Earl Smith, Washington,
D. C.
The following Winthrop girls spent
the week-end at home: Misses Mar
garet Brice, Sara Carter, Frances
Clowney, Mary Douglas, Jessie Doug
lass, Louise Hamilton, Frances John
son, Bertha Turner and Betty Turner.
The ladies of the Methodist church
will have a cake sale at Mr. Frank
Clarke's store on Wednesday before
Thanksgiving. The Christmas Bazaar
will follow later.
THURSDAY BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. J. B. Doty was hostess to the
Thursday Bridge Club last week.
Three tables of players were present.
The highest score among th guests
was held by Mrs. Julian Lipscomb,
the highest among the sclub members
by Mrs. P. M. Dees. The guests of
the club were: Mrs. U. G. DesPortes,
Mrs. Pressly Burckmeyer, of Hen
dersonville, Mrs. G. A. Johnstone,
Mrs. Julian Lipscomb, Mrs. K. R. Mc
Master and Mrs L, D. Wells. Miss
Sue Doty assisted the hostess in serv
ia salad course with coffee.
WAN'ED-Girl for office work.
genera cerical. Winnsboro Mills.
Dr. Oliver Johnson left on Monday
for Richmond.
Mrs. Neil Pressly and Miss Jennie
Rosborough returned on Wednesday
from Hickory Grove.
Mrs. A. E. Davis, Jr., and little
daughter, Frances, returned on Wed
nesday from a visit to Mrs. M. L.
Brown in Concord, N. C.
Mr. Walter Taylor, of Winston Sa
lem, was a business visitor in town
Monday.
Mrs. J. P. Caldwell has returned
from a visit to her son, Dr. J. C. Cald
well, in Charlotte.
Mr. F. A.-DesPortes has been ap
pointed by Governor Harvey to rep
resent the. State at the Southern Com
mercial Congress to be held in Chi
cago November 20-22.
The friends of Rev. and Mrs. J. D.
Holler will regret to learn that they
will leave Winnsboro. Rev. Holler
has been pastor of the Winnsboro I
Methodist church for two years and
they have made many friends while
here. Rev. Holler goes to Clemson
College next week.
MRS. JOHNSTONE GIVES BRIDGE
PARTY
Mrs. G. A. Johnstone gave a lovel,
bridge party on Tuesday evening.
There were thirteen tables of players
present. The rooms were prettily de
corated in jars of chrysanthemums.
The first prize, a sandwich plate, was
won by Miss Nan Neil. The second
prize, a dainty vanity, was won by
Mrs. A. Lee Scruggs. The gentle
mens prize, a carton of cigarettes,
was won by F. A. DesPortes. Miss
Floride Martin made the lucky cut
and was presented with a paper cutter
as a consolation prize. A salad course
with coffee was served.
MT. ZION LOSES HARD FOUGHT
GAME
Mt. Zion finished its gridiron season
here last Friday, losing to the
fast and heavy eleven of Lancaster
by the score of 13 to 6. The battle
between the two teams was a thrill
ing exhibition, especially the Spart
anic resistance of the local line a
gainst the rushes of the vistors back
field men. Burley of Mt. Zion offer
ed the decided sensation of the game,
by intercepting a forward pass in the
shadow of the goal post and making
a sensational dash of ninety five
yards to goal. Lancaster scored two
touchdowns on'a line rush and a for
ward pass in the second half. The
other local stars were the Sentell
brothers, who played brilantly in the
line, sifting through to smash a play
on many occasions. Johnson at quart
er, finished his high school career, and
he played hisaisual good game.
The work of the entire visitors
backfield was spectacular using a
shift that was good for long gains.
TWO VERY DESIRABLE TRACTS
OF LAND NEAR WALLACEVILLE
FOR SALE
I offer, at a bargain, my McCon
nell and Freshley tracts of land in
Fairfield county, on Broad river, on
very easy terms. These tracts togeth
er contain between nine hundred and
one thousand acres and are heavily
wooed in part. Parts are cleared and
cultivated lands, with ,several dwell
ing houses on them. They will be di
vided into tracts to suit purchasers.
Young men of enterprise can buy
the lands and pay for them with the
wood that is on them. They lie on
both sides of the Southern Railway
between Columbia and Alston and on
the new splendid highway from Co
lumbia and Jenkinsville. Mr. Prest
on E. Lyles, on the Littleton Planta
tion, will show these lands to parties
interested.
William H. Lyles,
011 National Loan and Exchange
Bank Building, Columbia, S. C.
MERCHANT NOW EATS
ANYTHING ON TABLE
"By the help of Tanlac I have over
ome a case of nervous indigestion I
had suffered -from ten or twelve
years," is. the emphatic statement ol
Norman W. Brown, well-known wall
paper and paint dealer, of 213 North
Cedar St, Charlotte, N. C.
'My Stomach was always out of fix
and evrything disagreed with me.
I was troubled with heartburn and dia~
ziness, and at times there was a pres
sure of gas around my heart that al
most cut off my breath.
"Since taking Tanlac my indigestion
is fine. My appetite is a wonder and
I eat just anything I want. In fact
my stomach acts and feels just like
a new one and my nerves are as
steady as a die. To put it all in a
few words, I am just the same as a
new man. It's a pleasure for me to
tell my friends about Tanlac."
Tanlac is sold by all good drug
ggss.-Advertisement.
FR SALE-400 bushels of Fulghum
oatc A. M. Owens.
Services will be held in the Episco
pal church on Sunday afternoon at
4 o'clock. Services on the 1st and
3rd Sundays will be in the morning
at 11 o'clock and on the 2nd and 4th
Sundays in the afternoon at 4 o'clock.
JOHNSTON-JORDAN
Chester, S. C. A marriage in which
much interest centered was that of
Miss Anne C. Johnston and T. Maxcy
Jordan, which was solemnized at the
home of the bride's mother on West
End at 5:30 o'clock Wednesday Nov.
8th. The ceremony was performed
by Dr. Flournoy Shepperson, pastor
of the bride, the beautiful ring cere
mony being used. Little Gladys
Elaine Johnston, niece of the bride,
was ring bearer.
The wedding was a very quiet affair
owing to the recent bereavement in
the bride's family. The couple left
immediately after the ceremony for
a wedding trip.
The bride is a graduate of Win -
throp College and one of Chester's
most attractive and popular young
ladies. By her charming manners and
beautiful traits of character she has
endeared herself to many who regret
that her marriage takes hr away
from Chester to live.
The groom is a graduate of Clem
son College in the class of '18 an'l
numbers his friends by the score.
Mr. Jordan is connected with the
North Cardlina State Highway De
partment, being resident engineer of
Harnett County.
After November 15th Mr. and Mrs.
Jordan will make their home at Lil
lington, N. C.
STUDY CENTER MEETS SATUR
DAY
The teacher's Study Center meets
Saturday morning at eleven o'clock
at the Community House. May we
urge as many teachers to be present
as possible. There should be not less
than fifty teachers present. And let
us be there on time. Nothing kills
a movement quite so efficicntly as a
lack of punctuality.
G. F. Patton,
For Co. Board of Education.
MEETING OF U. D. C.
The John Bratton Chapter of the
U. D. C. met on Friday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. T. K. Elliott: The
hostesses for the afternoon were.
Mesdames T. K. Elliott, U. G. Des
Portes, R. E. Ellison, Misses Louise
Ellison and Mallie McMaster. The
roll call was answered with items of
local history. The program was as
follows: "My County's Part in the
War Between the States", by Mrs. J.
J. Obear; Local History", by Mrs. D.
V. Walker; Article by a local author,
by Miss Nellie Pearson. Mrs. J. H.
Cathcart presided in the absence of
Mrs. Ernest Gladden, president. The
guests of the chapter were Mrs. S.
W. Heath, Mrs. Harriet Brown, of
Darlington, and Mrs. K. R. McMas
ter. Chocolate and sandwiches were
served.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
All persons holding claims against
the estate of Mrs. Emma J. Duke,
deceased are hereby notified to pre
sent them within the time prescribed
by law; and all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make
payment to the undersigned. e
34-37 ARTHUR B. HEINS,
Executor.
COMM UNITY H OUSE PROGRAM ..
Friday-Anita Stewart in "Invisible
Fear". One'of her latest pictures and
her very best acting. 7 reels of splen
did acting with a very cJever story.
10 and 20c.,
Wednesday-Gloria Swanson in,
"The Great Moment". A wonderful
picture and a great star.
Thursday and Friday-Mark
Twain's story, "Conneticutt Yankee"
in King Arthurs Court. Two days
big picture. 15 and 30 cents.
This next week is better film week,
see what we have booked above.
Come out and see both.
.NOTICE
All persons are notified not to tres
pass or in any manner on the lands
wned or controlled by the undersign
ed in any manner, either by hunting,
fishing or removing straw or allow
ing cattle to roam on said lands. Vi
lators will be prosecuted to the ful
lest extent of the law.
J. F. and A. E. Davis.
FOR THE RELIEF OF
I Coughs, Colds. Croup
BRONCHITIS
-SOLD nEVERvwHmER-_.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
State of South Carolina,
Courity of Fairfield.
In the Court of Common Pleas.
B. H. Yarborough and W. T. Glenn,
Plaintiffs,
vs
Major Bell, Defendant.
Pursuant to an order of the Court
of Common Pleas, for Fairfield Coun
ty, in the above entitled case, I will
sell at public outcry, to the highest
bidder, before the Court House door,
inWinnsboro, S. C., County and state
aforesaid, on the first Monday in De
cember, 1922, the following described
lands.
All that certain picece, parcel or
tract of land, lying, being and situate
in the county of Fairfield, State afore
said, containing sixty eight and 21-100
acres, more or less, and bounded as
foflows, on the North by the Winns
boro Road, on the east by lands of
Willie Pearson and Rice Martin, or,
the south by lands of James Martin.
and on the west by lands of James
Pearson, being the same tract of land
which was conveyed to Major Bell by
B. H. Yarborough and W. T. Glenn.
Terms of Sale; The purchaser is
to pay one-third of the purchase mon
ey in cash, the balance in two equal
annual installment? from the (lay of
sale with interest from date at eight
per cent per annum, to be secured by
the bond of the purchaser and a mort
gage of the premises sold, or for all
cash at the option of the purchaser.
The purchaser to pay for all stamps,
papers, recording, etc.
John W. Lyles,
Clerk of Court for Fairfield County.
Winnsboro, S. C., November 15th, 1922
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
State of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield.
In the Court of Common Pleas.
Alice B. Walker, Plaintiff,
vs
A. H. Boykin, Sr., Defendant.
Pursuant to and order of the Couit
of Common Pleas, for Fairfield Coun
ty, in the State aforesaid, in the above
entitled case, I will offer for sale to
the highest bidder, berore the Court
House door in Winiisboro, S. C., coun
ty of Fairfield, on the first Monday
in December, the following described
lands.
All that certain tract of land, be
ing and situate in the county of Fair
field, in the state aforesaid, contain
ing six hundred and sixty one (661)
acres more or less bounded on the
north by lands now or formerly of
Durham and by lands of Rion, East
by Rocky Mount Road, South by lands
of Tidwell and lands now or formerly
of D. Y. Morgan, and west by lands
of Reuben Harrison, and lands now
or formerly of Durham, being the
same tract of land which was convey
ed to A. H. Boykin by Alice B. Walk
Terms of Sale;, The purchaser is
to pay one-third of the purchase mon
ey in cash, the balance in two equi.l
annual installments from the day of
sale with interest from that date at
eight per cent per annum, to be se
ured by the bond of the purchaser
and a mortgage of the premises sold.
The purchaser may have the option
of paying any part or the whole in
cash. The purchaser is also to pay
for all stamps, papers, recording, etc.
John W. Lyles,
Clerk of Court for Fairfield County.
Winnsboro, S. C., November 15, 1922.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
State of South Carolina,
County. of Fairfield.
In the Court of Common Pleas.
The National Bank of South Carolina
of Sumter, Plaintiff,
vs
C. L. Wray and Mrs. Georgie Wray,
Defendants.
Pursuant to an order of the Court
of Common Pleas for Fairfield Coun
ty, in the State of South Carolina, in
the above entitled case, I will offer
for sale to the highest bidder, befor e
the Court House door, in Winnsboro.
S. C., on the first Monday in Decem
ber, 1922, the following described
lands.
All that tract of land, situate 'in
Fairfield County in the State of South
Carolina, bounded as follows, by
lands now or formerly of Newman,
Boney, now of Wooten, Hitchcock.
Reed, Smith, Johnson anrd others and
the old Columbia road, cc.ntaining five
undred and eighty seven acres.
Terms of sale, The purchaser to
pay for all stamps, papers, recording
John W. Lyles,
lerk of Court for Fairfield County.
Winnsboro, S. C., November 13, 1922.
EXECUTORS NOTICE
All persons holding claims against
the Estate of Julius Brevard, deceas
d, are hereby notified to present the
same duly certified to R. C. Thomas,
nd all persons indebted to same Es
tate are required to make payment.
R. C. 'Thomas
Executor
SPLENDID LECTURE GIVEN MON
,DAY NIGHT
The Rev. M6Coy Franklin, of Cross
nore, N. C., gave a delightful lecture
on Monday evening in the Community
Building to a large and appreciative
audience. A unique feature of the
lecture was his description of moun
tain birds and farm gnimals. His
description of a mountain sunrise was
both beautiful and vivid. He told of
the work which is being carried on at
the mountain school at Crossnore,
which is entirely supported by the sale
of old clothing.
ROUND DOZEN CLUB
Mrs. Palmer Matthews was hostess
to the Round Dozen Club on Tuesday
afternoon. Roll call was answered
with the names of plays in which Sara
Bernhardt and Charlotte Cushman
have acted. Folowing is the program:
"Bernhardt's Art in Acting", by Mrs.
W. M. Wolling; "Bernhardt's Popular
ity," by Mrs. C. S. McCants; "The
Greatness of Charlotte Cushman", by
Mrs. J. E. McDonald, Jr. Miss Ray
LOOK THE WORLD OVE
and you will not be able to
cover better qualities than
can find right here in this s
devoted to the better clas
merchandise.
For we have searched n
thoroughly than you can an
better qualities were to be
we would have them' So if
want the best procurable thi
the place to come. The infe
we do not handle.
THE SCOTCH W 0 0
MILLS ARE THE 0
SINGLE PRICE TA
ORS IN AMERIC.
REGULAR $35 to $50 WO
PIECE SUITS TO YOUR (
Any Two-Piece Suit to Ord
Any Full Suit or Overcoat
You have heard about wor
Here's one, men, that's got
Think of it-more than 30
ever laid your eyes on-all;
the Famous Scotch Woolen]
teed strictly all wool.
THE WELL-KNOWN T4
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are nice and dressy, soft ar
price.
Lion Brand Shirts and C
over, and we have a nice se]
Our selection of Neckwear
We take orders for Suits
and we will give a suit of u
overcoat; and a pair of socd
The well-known play schi
gham; the kind that is guar
at its lowest price, and a si
yards.
36-inch Indian Head at ...
(5 yards to
A line of household goods
Come and convince yourself,
articles on our 5 and 10c coi
ALL KINDS OF JEWELR
DONE AND AT]1
Matthews acted as leader for the af
ternoon. Mesdames J. B. Doty, F. E.
Propst, Jr., D. C. Wylie, Gibson Wy
lie, Misses Nan Neil and Maggie B.
Turner were invited in- for refresh
ments. A salad course with coffee
was served.
OYSTER SUPPER
The Men's Bible class of the Pres
byterian church held a social gather
ing at the Community House on Tues
day evening. The ladies of the church
served an gyster supper.. A pleasant
social hour was spent.
FINAL DISCHARGE.
Notice is hereby given that Ed. V.
Kennedy and W. B. Woodward, ad
ministrators of the estate of J. J.
Woodward, deceased, have this day
made application unto me for a fnal
discharge as such administrators; and
that the 6th day of December, 1922,
at 10 o'clock, A. M., at my office, has
been appointed for the hearing of said
petition.
34-37 W. L. HOLLEY,
Judge of Probate, Fairfield Co., S. C.
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