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Miss Margaret Neil Social Editor.
J. L. Kennerly spent the week-end
here with his family.
William Robertson, of Lexington,
N. C., is at home for a few days.
Miss Bec Hanahan returned Monday
from New Orleans.
Mis Agnes Macfie of Winthrop Col
lege was at home for the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jordan, of Flor
ence were week-end visitors in town.
Marion Holley and John Douglass
of Columbia, spent Sunday at home. S
Mr. and Mrs. J. Shaw Ketchin re
turned on Friday from their wedding f
Miss Virginia Green, of Columbia,
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Gordon
Mr. F. A. DesPortes left on Mor.
day for a two weeks trip to New
Miss Elizabeth Sloan attended the t
Beaur-Moore wedding in Columbia
E. D. Sloan, Jr., of Columbia,
spent the week-end here with his par
Francis Mayes, of the Presbyter- f
ian College, Clinton, spent the week- a
end at home.
Mrs. Charles Gooding left Friday N
to visit her sister, Mrs. Strohecker at
The Mothers Club was entertain
ed Monday afternoon with Mrs. C. F.
Elliott as hostess.
Mrs. U. G. DesPortes left Wednes- v
day for Richmond to spend a week c
with Mrs. J. H. Bramlett. e
Miss Kathleen Willingham, of the
Chicora College for Women, was at
home for the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Matthews, of
Charlotte, were the week-end guests P
of Mrs. Stewart W. Heath.- 0
Mr. and Mrs. Davis A. Holladay, of b
Columbia, spent part of this week c
with Mrs. H. E. Caldwell. 3
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Robinson c
spent last Sunday with their son at v
Mrs. Neil Pressly and Miss Jennie
Rosborough are visiting the Rev. and
Mrs. Grier Pressly, at Hickory Grove.
Miss Mary Martin returned from
Colugibia on. Tuesday after spending
the past week with her sister,- Miss
Misses Elizabeth Cathcart and A
lice Doty, who are teaching in Rpock
Hill this session, spent the week-end
at their, homes here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gladden and
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gooding spent part
of last week with Mr. and Mrs. J. H.1
Thornwell, in Hartsville.
Mrs. P. P. Hamilton, of Central,
and Mrs. Richard Johnson, of Spart
anbrug, who have been the guests of
Mrs. R. Hamilton returned home on
The Thomas Woodward chapter of
D. A. R. will have a Hallowe'en party1
Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock in
the new Gadsen building near new
depot. Admission 15 cents.
There will be a meeting of theI
ladies of the community in the Com
munity building Tuesday afternoon
at four o'clock for the purpose of
forming a Womans League of Vot
Mrs. Gordon Grant entertained two
tbles at bridge on Thursday after
noon in honor of her sister, Miss1
Virginia Green, of Columbia. The
score prize, a hand embroidered hand
kerchief, was won by Mrs. Julian Lips
comb. When the cards were laid a
side, deviled crab, fruit salad, hot
biscuit and tea were served.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Turner, Aleth
ea, Ruth Yongue, and Dorman Turn
er returned from Campbello, Monday,
where they had gone on Sunday to
attend the funeral -of Mrs. Turn
er's father, Mr. A. J. Dorman.
Misses Dorothy andl Beth Turner,
who are attending Greenville Wom
an's College and W. W. Turner, Jr.,
who is at Furman this session, also
came over from Greenville to attend
the funeral of their grandfather.
People of Winnsboro! Think a i
moment! Do you wish to see your
town grow ? Do you wish any im
provements? What have you (lonej
to improve your town ? Do you ask
yourself-what can I get out of this,
or do you say-How can I help.
Come, join the Public Library and
help keep it up. You will be benefit-:
ted and~ you will help us.
STRAYED-A calf about 3 months
old. Red and white spotted, with
a white~ blazed face. Alex Jones.
R. F. D. No. 1.
The following invitations have been
Mr. and Mrs. John Knox Johnston
request the honour of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Mr. Thomas Maxcy Jordan, Jr
n Wednesday evening the eigth of
at eight o'clock
Purity Presbyterian Church
Chester, South Carolina
OMMUNITY HOUSE PROGRAM t
During the winter months we will
hov: only twice each week, on Wed
esdays and Fridays of each week.
le are going to show only special
ature pictures and have booked sev
ral very attractive pictures such as.
Over the Hill", Queen of Shebia," t
Conneticutt Yankee in King Auther's
ourt," "Beyond the Rocks," "For
ver," 'Get Quick Rich .Willingford,"
Fools Paradise," and others which t
-ill be shown in the next two months.
We expect to book - only pictures
,iat are worth your time to see and
at are instructive, entertaining and
ip to (late.
Wednesday, November 1st-Thos
eighan the wonderful star, starring t
, "Bachelor Daddy". Every kid in t
wn just must see this one. We are I
I kids, so lets al come. A wonder
i picture and you should see it. 10 a
nd 20 cents.
IRS. MCDONALD ENTERTAINS
Mrs. J. E. McDonald, Jr., enter
Lined at cards on Saturday evening
i honor of Miss Virginia ~Green.
here were two tables of 1laye'rs t
resent. Miss Green was presented
ith a bouquet of roses. She also re
ived the score prize, a box of salt
d nuts'. Cake and hot chocolate
MRS. HOLLADAY HONOREE t
Mrs. H. E. Caldwell gave a card 3
arty on Monday afternoon in honor v
f Mrs. Davis A. Holladay, of Colum- I
ia. Two tables were placed for e
ridge. The score prize, a gold pen
il, was won by Mrs. P. M. Dees.
Irs. Holladay received a deck of
ards as guest prize. A salad course
ith coffee was served. c
VINNSBORO BOYS TO BE-IN (
CLEMSON LINE-UP THURSDAY
When Clemson and Carolina line t
p on the gridiron at the State Fair
'hursday, two Winnsboro boys will
e in the Clemson line up.
Tennant, a former Mount Zion sta-,
fill be at right guard. He is consid
red one of the best linemen that]
3emson has this year and will be
lard to stop from breaking through 1
he' line and downing the Carolina
acks. Robinson, another old Mt.
ion star, will start the game at left
af back. "Hump" is a good man in1
he back field. He is fast and is a
rood broken field runner. It can be1
~xpected of him to give a good ac
ount of himself.
Harvey, who will play center for
he Tigers, is a Fairfield boy. He
ails from Woodward. This young
ellow played a good game against
renter, three weeks ago and every
4ody is looking for great things from
From all indications there will be
big crowd on hand at the game from
iere to see these native sons play.
ROUND DOZEN BOOK CLUB
Mrs. J. F. McMaster was hostessi
o the Round Dozen Book Club on
[uesday afternoon. The roll call was
Lnswered with the names o~f promi
tent social leaders of today. The I
rogram was as follows: "Sketch of
lome and Social Life of Martha1
ashington," by' Mrs. H. E. Caldwell,
'Sketch of Theodosia Burr", by Miss 1
Eliza Belle Curlee, "Comparison ofi
ocial Life in England and America
f today", by Mrs. U. G. DesPortes. I
rhe guests of the club were: Mes
lames J. B. Doty, J. M. Lyles, S. R.
vlcMaster, John Morrow, D. C. Wylie,4
ibson Wylie and Miss Sue Doty. A
alad course with coffee was served.
VOMANS BUILDING AT STATE
The following is an extract from a
etter from Miss Roman, State or-j
~anizer Woman's Building Committee,
o Mrs. W. H. Ruff, County Chair
nan. sln i
"I think Fairfield is doingsped
y." The following has been credit-1
d to you representing Fairfield
Winnsboro Mill Woman's Club-1
Ridgeway High School-25.00.
Rideway Civic L.eague-25.00.
That, when measured in degrees of
onttuie, San Francisco is about in
:he middle of the United States. in
KOUNT ZION AND KERSAXW
BATTLE TO DRAW
Although outweighed fifteen pounds
o the man, Mt. Zion outplayed Ker
haw in every department of the
,ame here last Friday, the game re
;ulting in a draw 6 to 6.
The locals fought hard and show
d that they had been well coach
d. Their line is light but they
eld like a stonewall when their goal
vas in danger. Johnson, the heady
ittle quarterback, tore through the
ine and around the ends for long
ains time after time. He ran his
eam well and also out-punted the
Eershaw kickgr. The Crowson broth
rs and Stevenson in the back field
an well with the ball. Hood, a sub
titute back field man, hit the line
Lard and gives promise of being a
aluable man for the local Hi. Bur
!y, Hendrix and Macfie in the line
layed good ball and time after time
hey broke through theline and threw
he Kershaw backs for heavy losses.
'he whole team played classy ball,
nd -will give the remaining teams
hat they play this season something
a worry about.
Kershaw scored first in the sec
nd quarter when they completed two
)g forward passes, one of them be
g a double pass that went for thir
y yards, placing the ball on the fif
en yard line. From there another
ass was thrown to Hilton, the fleet
ttle end for Kershaw, who went
cross for their only touchdown.
Mount Zion scored in the third
uarter when they kicked and K.
'rowson picked up the ball and raced
cross the goal line for Mt. Zion's.
auchdown. Try for point was mis
After this quarter the play was in
:ershaw's territory practically all the
Mout Zion plays York in York next
MEETING OF D. A. R.
The Thomas Woodward chapter of
he D. A. R. held its October meeting
n Friday afternoon at the home of
rs. M. W. Doty. The hostesses
rere: Mrs. A. W. Brice and Mrs. M.
V. Doty. The roll call was answer
d with incidents of early history of
outh Carolina. A very interesting
aper on the early settlers of South
arolina was read by Miss Alice Doty.
ter a short business session a salad
ourse with coffee was served.
AINS 20 POUNDS FEELS LIKE
A NEW WOMAN
"I have gained twenty pounds by
aking Tanlac and feel like an entire
y different person," declared Mrs. J.
. Bigger, highly esteemed resident
if Lowell, N. C., R. F. D. No. 1.
"When I began taking Tanlac", she
aid, "I was so nervous and run-down
could hardly do a thing. My stom
ich was in wretched condition and
werything I ate disagreed with me.
Das on my stomach gave me no end
f trouble, and I often had headaches
md lizzy spells so bad I would have
: stop whatever I was doing and sit
lown or lie down. My sleep was so
adly broken I would get up mornings
is worn out as when I went to bed,
md it seemed I simply could not get
"But now I never feel a trace of
ny old troubles, for Tanlac has made
i end of them. I can eat anything
[want without having indigestion
fterwards. My nerves are steady. I
;leep soundly and feel full of energy
ill the time. Several of my friends
2ave taken Tanlac, too, and we all
;hink it is simply grand."
Tanlac is sold by all good drug
Mr. Young Bankhead is back from
Sshort visit to Bamberg.
Mr. John Bell from Chester brough~t
1s radio outfit 'down last Friday
ight. The concert was given under
;he auspices of the Y. P. C. U. On
tccount of some atmospheric distur
ances the concert was not as dis
;inct as it should have been. Mr. Bell
>lans to return soon and try the wire
Mr. Bill Stewart has returned from
deer hunting trip to the lower part
>f the 'state. He was successful in
)ringing dowvn a (deer. His friends
ery much appreciate his thoughtful
ss in dlividling the vension.
Rev. W. W. Parkinson has return
d from Richburg, S. C., where he has
>een holding a meeting.
Mrs. Wallace Whitworth and little
laughter are the guests of Mr. and
Mr. J. T. Hedlgepath is taking
harge of the Blackstock section, of
;he railroad during the sickness of
Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Patrick andl
Miss Florence Patrick motoredl to Co
umbia on Monday.
WANTED-Good farmer, who owns
own stock, to work 3 or 4 horse
farm, 4 miles' from Chester, on
share crop basis. *Good land, av
eraing seven bales to plow~ this
ear. Must be good worker and
CHESTER COUNTY FAIR
Chester, S. C. Oct-Extensive im
provements have been made on the
Chester fairgrounds since last year
in preparation for the Big Chester
County Fair, Oct. 31st to Nov. 3rd.
Among the improvements is a new
poultry building which provides room
for 500 birds. Great interest is being
taken in this feature.
An elaborate and spectacular a
musement program has been arrang
ed for this year and there is every in
dication of a record attendance. On
the opening lay the feature will be
auto races and auto polo. This is one
of the most expensive attractions
ever brought to a county fair. The
(late for this is Tuesday, Oct. 31st.
The horse race for three days, Wed
nesday, Thursday and Friday, will be
especially interesting this year. Two
big free acts twice daily in front of
tie grand stand have been secured
at considerable cost as an added at
traction. The fair has also engaged
a concert band for the four days. A
football game will be played on Fri
day, Nov. 3rd, between Chester and
The livestock, agricultural and ed
ucational exhibits will be larger than
evpr this year and will attract a great
dlAi more interest. This will be
Chester's largest fair and will include
exhibits from several counties. Spec
ial rates have been announced on all
railroads. The only charge will be
fifty cents for general admission.
FOR SALE-The Tennant Hotel
building, 25 rooms, and lot; half
block from city hall; ideally locat
ed. To be sold for division among
heirs. If interested write Mrs. J.
J. Stover, Winnsboro, S. C. 29-32
NOTIdE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credi
tors of-the estate of Jennie Sampson,
deceased, to present their claims duly
verified,-and all persons indebted to
said estate are required to make pay
ment to the undersigned.
Administrator of said estate
H. 0. NICHOLS,
CHESTER, S. C. PHONE 191
cheap shoes foi
Bay them a pa
leather to stan
who buys Shot
Men's Dress Shoes ....
Men's Work Shoes ......
Women's Everyday Shot
$2.50, $3.00, $3.25, ar
Women's Dress Shoes:
$4.00, $4.50, $5.00 an<
Boys' Dress Shoes........
$3.00 and $3.50.
Misses' Dress Shoes (12
$2.50, $3.00 and $3.50
Misses' Everyday or Sch<
Styleplus Clothes for Me:
CALL FOR COUNTY CO ENTION
At the very earnest request of a
committee of citizens representing
various sections of the County, a
County Democratic Convention is
bereby called to meet at Winnsboro,
S. C., at 11 o'clock A. M. on Monday
the 30th day of October, 1922. The
purpose of this convention is to con
sider certain propositions with ref
exice to the election up-n t e .g.e_
and Get I
WE'LL SAY THEY DID C(
WE SOLD SOME GOODS S.
PEOPLE REALIZED THA.
ITY TO GET BARGAINS
MOST MONEY. DID YO1
DID NOT, DON'T WAIT, I
ARE GONE. "MONEY SA
SAVE IT NOW, AND SPE]
MORE BARGAINS LATER
DONk BE MISLED INTO
SOME OF THE PEOPLE C
THE TIME, BUT NOT ALL
We would like every shipp<
with us and secure latest pi
quantity. Write, wire or p1
Sea Island Cott<
~rour children if
'the purpose of
r of A11=Leather S
d winter weather
~s from us.
$2.50 to $7.95 Child's Dress
..$2.25 to $5.95 1-2) .. .
3.........$2.25, Child's Every'
d $3.50. 11 1-2)...
in the popular Infants' Shoe:
$3.00, $3.50, $1.75, $2.25
I$5.95. Baby Shoes v
...$2.25, $2.50, 5 .........$1
Baby Soft Sc
to 2).......$2.25, We have a ni
aol Shoes (12 to ers in a pr
$2.25 and $2.50 Kabo, the Liv,
THE HOME OF RED GOOSE!
$ .00OAnd a
the wearer who fini
heels, counters, insoles or
of any shoes made by us
tron' of issuing bonds 'for the ton
struction'of'good roads in the'County.
Each Club will be entitled to one del
egate for each twenty-five of its
membership or a fractional majority
theieof. As a very full atten?dance
is desired, I urge the president of
each Club to appoint the number. of
delegates allowed, if there is not suf
ficient time to meet and elect dele
J. E. McDonad,
ME AND GET BARGAINS!
4,TURDAY, BECAUSE THE
r THIS IS AN OPPORTUN
WHEN THEY HAVE THE
J GET YOURS? IF YOU
UT COME BEFORE THEY
VED IS MONEY EARNED,"
UY THE DIFFERENCE ON
PAYING HIGHER PRICES,
AN BE FOOLED SOME OF
OF THE PEOPLE ALL OF
U T S
r of peanuts to get in touch
ices. Can use an unlimited
one whenever ready to sell.
)n Oil Company
ON, S. C.
you bu;T them
hoes, as it takes
. Ask anyone
Shoes (size 8 1-2 to 11
..............$1.75, $1.98, $2.25
ay Shoes '(size 8 1-2 to
................ .....$1.75, $2.25
(5 to 8)..........$1.35, $1.50,
~ith leather bottoms, 2 to
0, $1.25, $1.35 and '$1.75
es...................50c and 75c
ce line of Men's, Ladies',
s and Children's Sweat
tty assortment of colors.
H-ose for the whole family.
New Pair of
ill be given to
s Paper in the