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Mr. W. M. Quattle4aum spent
a part of this week in Columbia.
Mrs. W. R. Elliott is visiting
Miss Hattie Kitchen spent I
Wednesday in Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Timms are
taking a vacation trip.
Mr. Will Reid of Avon spent I
Thursday in the city.
Miss Jane Ketchin left Thurs
day for the mountains.
Mr. Tom McDonald is off on a
Miss Janie Castles is visiting
Miss Grey Neil is the popular
guest of friends in Chester.
Mrs. F. S. DuPre is visiting:
old friends in Chester.
Mr. -QD Ba4spent today in
Miss Nichols of Ebenezer is
the guest of Mrs. T. E. Cato.
Mr. J. B. Doty is in Columbia
Mr. Harry Faucett of Feaster
ville waska visitor at Blairt last
Pete Coleman of Winnsboro
spent Sunday and Monday at
Misses Mayme and Lois Burley
are visiting for a few- days at
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Propst are
spending ten days in the moun
Mr. Cato of Pageland is in the
store of T. E. Cato Co., while:
Mr. T. E. Cato is in Baltimore.
Mrs. Castine and little son
from Ridgeway spent Thursday
with friends in town.
Mr. L. B. White of Lamar is
spending a few days with Rev.
J. B. Traywick.
Messrs Lantye Williford and
Hartwell Burley have returned
Messrs Ernest Blair, Henry
Blair and W. M. Estes left Wed
nesday night for Washington.
Mrs. Alva Stevenson has re
turned from a visit to her broth
ers at Salem.
Miss Mollie Smith is visiting a
-iittle patient of hers at Conga
Mrs. S. C. Cathcart and chil
dren are spending awhile with
Mr's. P. A. Lowry in Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. George Rion
have been visiting Mrs. Cattie
Miss Wallace left town on
Wednesday after a visit to Mrs.
W. W. Dixon.
Miss May Smith has returned
home after an extended trip to
i Mr. Jno. M. Harden Jr., of a
Greenville is in town for a few
days with hi.s home folks. l
Miss Evelyn Gantt has joined
Miss Dwight's camp for girls at
Little Switzerland. 1
Miss Mary Robertson and her
guest, Miss Robertson ofI
Little Rock are visiting relatives
in Rock Hill.
Mr. Dan Heyward, of Rion S.
C., spent Saturday night and
Sunday in Yorkville on business.
Miss Mar garet Matthews of
Columbia is spending a whileI
with her grandmother Mrs.xLaura
Mr. Glacier Castles is a mem
ber of a house party which Miss
Adele Hamilton is entertaiming
Miss Kitty Mayes, who has[
*been visiting Miss Gene Smith:
and other of her Winthrop friends
has returned ts New berry.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Lauder-~
dale and Rev. D: T. Lauderdale
are at Black Mountain for a rest
of several weeks.
Miss Kittie Richards, who
has has been visiting Miss Ida
Wylie, left for her home at
'Liberty Hill on Tuesday last.
Mr. Everett Taylor, who has
been the guest of Mr. Edd Doug
las has returned to his home in
Mir. C. E. Strange's daughter,
Mrs. Haynesworth of Sumter is.
spending a while wvith Mr. and
Mrs. R. V. Woodward and Miss:
Florrie Lyles returned on Wed
nesday from a visit to Mrs. A. E.
Davis' at Monticello..
Maste David 0. Ellison Jr.,
ofColumbIa is spending ten days
with his grandmother. Mrs. R.
Misses Mayme and Lily Doug
las have returned from a ten days
trip to the Isle of Palms and Col
Dr'. A. G. GuattlebaumT is in
Virginia, where he will.join Mrs.
Qquattlebaulm for a visit of ten
days before they both return
home. This will be a renewal
of their honeymoon. for this is
the first time the Doctor and his
wife have, been in Virgiuaa to
gtether-since he went there to
gtra his bride nine years ago.
1. Equality for the voters of the Fifth District who are loyal cit
zens. They are now being discriminated against in the followir
(a) Congress is wasting on the average $40,000,000 of dollars
year in River and Harbor projects which are practically useless.
the Fifth District, and has utterly failed to comply with the 3
stitution to build and maintain its postroads. If it would spel
$60,000,000 a year on public roads which it uses for carrying mar
it would mean $1,000,000 a year for South Carolina roads and $14,
857 in the Fifth District each year or $20,400 in each county of ftl,
District. This Congress with Mr. Finley's help has just passA
River and Harbor bill providing for spending $90,000,000.4
would make $1,500,000 for South Carolina or $.30,000 f(
county in this District. Now the people are taxed that ar'
Rivers and Harbors and get no benefit. Suppose our
spent on the roads of the Fifth District, especially th
The value of their lands would be doubled. 4.
(b) They are discriminated.agpi 4t in wh4-is t:nown as
$106,000,000 has been spent in building dams to irrigate thedgte
of the West Why not give the'South some of it for public roads
(c) The farmers of the Fifth District, as well as other citizens
were discriminated against by the act giving free toll to the sI
ovrers flying the U. S. flag and engaged in the coastwise tead
vhen passing through the Canal and placirg the burden of mair
taining the canal on the people instead of those who use it. Thi
amounts to millions of dollars and was merely a gift to people wh,
are already rich. Morgan & Co., of New York, are dominant il
this trade we are informed and the bonds of the shipping com
panies are held in Europe. There is no voter of the Fifth Distric
who owns either stocks or bonds in such ships. Why tax them t<
give money to the millionaires of New York and New England a
Europe? Yet Mr. Finley voted to do that thing. Woodrow Wilsi
said it was "wrong from any point of view." Mr. Finley followe
Champ Clark against the request of Woodrow Wilson and voted tA
tax you to keep up the rich, yet when the Fifth District votei
wants to ship his cotton or cotton goods or to import his nitrate o
soda or Peruvian guano, this moves in ships ,engaged in forei,
commerce, and they had to pay toll while the' manufactureis o:
New England. New York and Pennsylvania ship their ware.7 -
large quantities coastwise to California, h-egon and Washingtoi
and hence get the benefit of free toilif the shipper gets any Az)(
thp Fifth District is discriminated against agairi and by the vte
Mr. Finley. its Congressman. Mr. Stevenson is opposed to th
Sd stands with President Wilson on this issue.
Finally. He opposes giving away the great water powers.
As late as February 24, 1911, with Mr. Finley in Congrss, the3
gave away toa power corporation (Ozark Power Company) a watei
right that the Missouri Waterway Commission says will give a nel
income of $350;,000 a year on the investment of $2,000,000. ThiiX
the people are robbed for the :ich -and there are hundreds of,other
like proje-ets. . Do we ever hear of the congressman of the Fiftf
Try a'new mvan. Stevenson is the candidate.
Stoverg~Jetter. -L.tfej from Mossy Date.
August 11th.-- f;are -lavng VIf fo'ur'space is not ir taker
ice rains these ;~s had. aood~ jup with wars, rumors of wars,
oe tcday. The csare grow- politics, fist fights, and other.in
ng very well now. stigations of the devil,71 woul
. - like to let, the bank's andn
The sumrger meeftmo .ie--- --ix
in t ebon 2ird ne- ow here as to crop prospects.
ay night. The pastor will be As the first of August has pass
ssisted by Rev. McMurry. ed, we have nothing to lose.b
On last Thursday afternoon giving the facts.
hile at a singing at the church Everybody ,has some gooc
ere Mr. G. |W. McElduff was 1corn. Cotton is doing fairl3
aralyzed. Am sorry to say he well, especially late planting
oes not improve much. Gardens poor, peaches and apple
.scarce and inferior, melons plen
Mr. Don Bankhead and family tiful, but sun blistered.
f Chester are visiting their par- There is absolutely something
mts here this week. . wrong down here and I am pio
Mr. Jason Hall of BlackstQck qiesr htIcnepani
pent a few. days with Messrs.Frirotn,basw 'tcm
1. W. and R. B. McDonald this u,eg o' ac,tebte
Messrs. J. N. McDonald and 'rn ihteamshr
eil Yongue left Tuesday after- Teehsbe omc o i
oon for Washington to spend, a ptiimto ypltclm
few days. cie n addtsta th
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Dye andafetdhetmser,ndt
hildren spent Monday with Mr.atopeehsaltodowt
ma Mrs. B. S. Bankhead. aia swl svgtbelf
Mr. and Mrs. Will Harveyfodrplebfretescn
f Woodward spent Monday~ with 'piay o okfi oeo
Mrs.EIe Yong o Chstergret commtion I cn eexlmenit
is visting er mohe, r t netng,ileant won't iom<
Rosan Harvy.ufo igs hwosnt ofch the btege
Mr. nd Ms. Mfa McE won'la awake, many fis wngt fifte
uffspet undy igh a th yad ag'ow eeig sthni
bed ideofheirunce,wre ong wthi tie ftosuper
hom agin aftr penin a oTher has been sowingch oo i
while ~~ pu in Chretnm el oto afte sunowca ma
Mrs.J.F McDnaldhad hechatnes andur sgndidate tate ina
misorun t sran er ankleterd hewmsphr,an.h
abot to mnts ao i sillun- Btmsher wa, if ltey do rie,
abletowlk.anowa thswel onsm vegeabe wllfe
I tec< attwet haubtergt.h
ats EG.nez. MEf. chrh o bustomhn Ctsu an s.
Prf dMrs. oYoun of str-rat womaon ho cagthe emnt
esvisnte mter,ih Mspy nThe trai froiment atIoo
witMss Winiey McDonald the ac s of eleasng re
Mr. and Ar. Mcofald- entar~s agoezetn henegroe
bed sideoftheiruncoe.r passnges cme o ourip
biss.Winneemilitarydauthotiticin elu o esie th
Frida ai aftero pnd g aR ostroaceekroigy o
Crieein Catralenoonn.n SeloaeXate Undwna
Mrou tornthsl agoI isstay. un Byte way,fthy orie
We ean ha SunowJH thseo Sex plactl
abetonwelkf. Zinheeie lastHtogetup
Quite faterioffe frm aher t os ae
highe sCothies Dayeebuihsssudrs
at Ebelnee to E cnidrc ont - WamnCTohed SnPy.Wr
Sudyatroo s eports a largenned~ o
cowd andothe esesn Oldne. Buses, 3OAg. 3(iaai
Ziof. hand florshe uowler Mr. --A w.'omad ho caughtn a~:i Germ~
Leesiell apnd sratdy toght sLepyaon thwramr fereo Anutvstrp z
congratulatned MDonfacd. th Stact2of edrleasin carr
bsss- the wilililreaitaryevies auho itis Heu we
-he Chicken Feasters had an
er very delightful ^meet on
Mt. Zion campus on Tuesday
t. At nine o'clock a half
-en merry couples met at the
pointed place, and each couple
ed a box of fried chicken
d other "accessories," which
re soon spread daintily on a
r spread on the grass, and
came the object of the
ting, on which every one
-eed completely. making it a
st agreeable party.
liss Agnes Curlee gave
retty luncheon on Tuesday!
rning for Miss .Kitty Mayes
ewberry who is visiting sev
f her Winthrop friends.
Miss Curlee received . her
the attractive parlor,
'ns and palms added to;
ractive effeet. There
eT or more merry con
ia. Is who enjoyed the
teshospitality. An amus
eontest furnished a deal of
not to mention the ''cQn
which were indulged in.
eheon was sei-ved at midday.
n affair that is always looked
7ard to with the greatest
sure by all the "Sets" in
is the annual moonlight
e and watermelon feast
- IWe:rMr. E. Gladden gets up
t a'fasat the McMaster-Glad
dlace about five miles from
Last Monday' night over
ired young people went
wagons and buggies to
- ysting place, which was
invitingly, and attractively
ged. with the long pine
- and Japanese lantefns
ia from the trees, and sev
.iormous. bonfires. The
rous and sundry picnic
ies were spread on the
C ,and enjoyed to the fullest
e ;, then came the most fun
0 the cutting, eating and
1i4I\ith wateimelons. -The
peted up in good time to
- the mrry crowds home.
nouncement cards have been
ed in the city reading as
Harry Lee Gibson announ
e marriage of his daughter
Coleman, to Rev. Edwin
11 Brownlee on Tesday,
t the Eleventh nineteen
ed and fourteen Columbia,
Carolina. A t Home After
"ber the fifteenth Sanford,
.bride is pleasantly remem-'
here, having made her
i Rock Hill for a number
rs She is a very charming
woman and has many
who are interested in this
~ent. -The groom is tlke
,Rd kHill Record..
Miss Coleman is a neice of Mr.
We wish to remind our friends
that.we are at the old stand with~
a full line&of cheap, medium, and
high priced Coffins, Caskets and
Burial Robes. Our Hearse is at
your service. An experienced
Funeral Director and Embalmei
at your service when requested.
R. W. PHILLIPS,
The Old Reliable.
'2n dsav6money, too, by owning thi
O1"wenisboro'gwagonl with its paten~
~sand'arreste timble skein.
KeepsOuit the Sand
dust and dirt which creep i'
on the old style wago:
skein and wear out th<
I most important "par
of a wagon first
1 jHas many other
r Isaving features which
;a ake it last longer, run
41ghter and ride easier.
i'Come and look it over. Compare
it part by part and in any way you
like with any wagon
you ever sa.You'll
30 yrs. the Standard
This is a prescription prepared especial
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVEI
Five or six doses will break any cc , a:
-if taken then as a tonic the Fever will n
~return. It acts on the liver better th;
roe.i .nd doe not gripe or sicken._2
All Long Distance
Phone Calls Are
Tickets sent with every call.
W. W. KETCHIN, Jr., Mgr.
The A B C Class In Townl
Booming Will Now Get BU3.
Question. What can we do to enjoy better roads.
Answer. Spend our money here instead of help"
ing the mail order magnates to ride in ease.
Q. How can we increase the valu6f:our propery
A. Create a real estate boom by putting this ton
on-the map as the busiest little place in the state.
Q. How can we improve our school facilities.
A. Set a new population mar d boost for it
Q. What can we each do f the wn's welfare?
A. Personally unite with ersI campaign of
That Will Be All For Tody
Greenbrier Gleanings, as passible.sera
Mr. Tom Smith, who has been ecutional authority.by P
in the hospital in Columbia for Carbajal to Gov. Iturhid~
several weeks -has returned Iof the terms of the agree
home. His many friends are .so No announcermet'
glad to welcome him home ~ made as to thexa
h.been vi ngre 1 yeon-. ts
comunity. -- - za wilbent /
ILittle Miss Mamie Keller is .washingi Auig. 13..Sere
the gest of Mrs. T. E. Del- tary -ran nnounced that -sa
ee. gu1sf actory arrangements~ bad een
leney. . made tetween Gen. Cariaza
Miss Ruth Ellenberg, who has, and -Gov. Iturbide&of tha -fedeiajj
been visiting here, has returned district at Mexicon City for i3he
home. Ipeaceful occupation. of .the cap
A number of the Greenbrier jital 'by the constitutionalist fo,r.ce
young people enjoyed a party at' es.
Mr. Willie Ruff's home last
Wednesday evening, given in War Not an Excuse for Advinc
hoor of Miss Ellenburg. Pro- in et rcs
gressive conversation offered - igMa rcs
amusement for the evening, and Chicago, August 12. -Vigdr
at a late hour deliazhtful ices and ous denial that, packers have
cakes were served, made the European war an ex
Misses Lois Smith andMide top ureapne s
Blair spent. this past week end presideta b.O ge ArmourCo
wit reatvesatBlythewood. Armo'!rgave a statement saying
Mr. W. P. Blair spent Thurs- the reason for the advances was
day in Columbia. that receipts at the stock yads
Miss Ione Smith and Mr. here for .t'-e last two weeks have
Leitner Blair have been visiting been-aproaching a famine basis.
relatives near Columbia. In that time,,the statement ey
Mis Etele.Catls sen tisplamned Armnour &. Co.; have.
M iss Cotlubiaste spn hskilled fewer hogs than durng
past week inClmi.-any similar period -in- the historfy
Mr. A. P. Irby and family, of the concern.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cauthen, Mrs. "Circumstances of last~ week,
James Elkins and daughter, and utterly beyond -the control- of
Mr. B. R. Beckham went to anybody, dir-ectly affected live
Stone Mountain Georgia last stock rand meat prices," -Mr.
Wednesday in automobiles and Armour added. "The -finaneral
stayed several days. situ?ation everywhere now- a
IMrs. Ulric Robinson leaves thing of the past, made it 'im
thi wee to vii- eatvsi possible for buyers and shiop'ers.
thi weekrtonu vii.eatvsi to send stock to the mar-ket.
Spart anrg. evll i vs "Then Washington sent out,
Mrs Spnn f Lesvlleis is-and properly so, official advice
*iting her sister Mrs. T. C. to farmers to hold their - crops.
Leitner. These circumstances,: added -to
Miss Elizabethi Smith is visit- live-stock shortage, caused flie
ing Mr. J. D. Blair at Strother. taations which nobody could
F control. Conditions d
Mr. Ernest Brooks of Co lum- ifast becoming normal and prices
bia spent Sunday at home. . ,soon will be on a more -even
All Things Settled in Mexico. ."Ory the other day we coMid
fil.b.ut one third of an order
Teoloyucan, Mexco. Aug. . 13. fronm one of the nations
-Plans have been perfected bec5use the new mati
for the unconditional sLnrender; not,'beobtained.
of Mexico City to the constitu- 1f-we all keep cool
tionalists and~peaceable occupa- hysterics, we will pu
tion of the capital by troops un- jthis unusual situation
der Gen. Obregon. Edu ardo tisfaction of e verybod
Iturbide governor of the federal -- -
district, to - whom President WANTED-Sawn on
Carbaial has turned over execu- :hrndred thousand fe
tive authority, will formally sur- ber. Box 187, Win
render the city to Obregon. c.
Such an agreement, it was
announced here today, reached -Fns
yesterday at a conference be
tween Gen. Carranza, first chief Edith-Ar
of the constitutionalists, and the city soon
Brazilian minister to Mexico, has -Ehe
'been concurred in by Gov. Itur- hel
yAccording to the arrange- before
ments the federal army will sur
render to Gen. Obregon withoutW
anconditions and will be retired orja
1otherwise disposed of as quickly o
We are sorry to hear that Mrs.
R. H. Jennings continues very
There will be.nQ . services at
Greenbrier on Sinday-neither
preaching or Sund#y school.
There will be no 1 services at
the Baptist church i on Sunday,
as the pastor is away.. holding a
Mrs. R. N. McMasLer's friends
will be pleased tohearthat she is
much better after being quite
sick for some time.,
We hear that the&e will be
three new homes btit in the
northern end of town in the next
Mr. Moses Cath , head
clerk for Obear Drug y,.nv.
is having a vacation. .
in his place.
I PMr. W. H. Flenniken ret med
yesterday from the sanit-ri at
Charlotte. We hope'that he has
been greatly benefit b:: his
Mr. Wilds of Longtowl' is op
erator at the Western Union of
fice here, while Mr. P. P. Wilk
inson, the regular operator, re
lieves Mr. W. M. Estes.in the
depot at Rockton.
The Union service will Ie held
in the open air at the cour- house
on next Sunday night, the weath
er permitting, if not at the Pres
byterian church, conduczed by
Rev. Oliver Johnson.
Mr. T. B. -M. Catheart left
Wednesday night to atterd the:
R. F. D. convention in Washing
to. Mr. Thomas Cathe4t is'
riding the mail'on Route I aurin
Mr. S. B. Crawford spentifew
days this week with frie.-11 in
town on his way home fo W reat
Falls from Charleston, whete. he
has been ill. inithe hospital ther
We are glad to ses that ha
better, and hope that he.
ontinue to improve.
A number of Winnsbo:o lolks
both ladies and men, have beefj
attending the county- tampaign
meetings, and have haa an im
mensely fine time at Feasterville,
Monicelo and Greenbrier. Thf
are at Ridgeway today, and'o
course it is a foregone conclrgi
that they are having a go,od t~
Mr. John Hugh iBoulware ,
won the U. D. C. seholarship*
the S. C. University. AHe .fi
d the 10th grade atMt. Zioi
past session. zMt Zionfboys.
ways win out jn..the past
were gr ted from Mt. Zion
have gr uated with hihgest hon
>rs froAi the different colleges~
~iss Louise Gantt, with her
6sin, Mr. Snowden Skinner of
idgeway, left yesterday morn
ng for a two weeks stay on Sul
Miss Agnes Curlee accompan
anied Miss Kitty Mayes home
: Newberry today. She will
iisit there and in Prosperity be
ore returning home.
Mrs. 0. P. - Bourke returned;
resterday to her home in George
:own after spending several
eeks here with her mother,
Vrs. R. N. McMaster.
Mrs. W. C. Boyd and children,
who have been visiting relatives
n Ridgeway, are in town for a
few days before going to their
home in Hartsville.
Mrs. J. D. McMeekin and:
children have gone t3 their sum-;
ner camp at Shelton Springs
for a months stay. They were
joined by Dr. McMeekin's sister
with her children.
Miss Agnes Patrick with her
house party guests from White
Oak were in town on Wednesday.
Among her guests is Miss Alma
Titman of Lowryvilie, who is a
neice of Mrs. Laura Matthews.
Miss Eunice Williams of Allen
dale, who has been vis't'ng her
sister, Mrs. 0. J. Frier. left
Thursday night for Washington
and other points on a pleasure
trip. Miss Marie Willingham is
enjoying the trip with her.
Messrs Joe Haynes an " Edgar
Lewi, who left here eard jin the
Spring to go to CQ formia,
reached home on Tuesd~a night.
They only went as far am Mis
souri this time. but expect to
mae it to the Golden Gate city
the next attempt.
Capt. George H. McMaster,
Third infantry. United States
army, spent Sunday and 'yester
day at his home on Laurel street.
He has been transferred from
Fort Oswego, N. Y., to Fort
Leavenworth, Kan., where he
will enter the next class of the
the ai my school of the line. "In
this time of wars there is much
to lean" declared Capt. McMas
ter. "I am going to study a
ittle more of the science of war."
Capt. McMaster %vill attend the
the funeral of 'Mrs. Woodrow
Wilson today in Rome, Ga., as a
lose personal friend~ of the fain
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