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Miss Margaret Neil Social Editor.
p. M. Brice, of Columbia, spent
the week-end in town.
Miss Janie Weir* of Columbia, is
visiting relatives in town.
Miss Ruth Doty has returned from
a visit to Charlotte, N. C.
Miss Marie McCants has returned
from a visit to Montreat. N. 0.
. S. D. Ellison has returned
4 business trip to Boston.
Mr. B. T. Hasty, of Camden, is vis
iting his sister, Mrs. M. M. Horne.
Mr. J. W. Horne spent Monday and
Tuesday in Columbia on business.
W. S. Smith, of Augusta, is visit
ing his daughter. Mrs. J. L. Bryson.
Miss Lilla B. Ketchin has returned
from a six weeks' stay at Montreat,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cathcart, of
Hartsville, are visiting relatives in
Reid Harden has returned home
from the R. 0. T. C. at Knoxville,
Miss Edith Rabb, of Richnond,
Va., spent'several days in town last
Dr. J. C. Caldwell, of Charlotte,
it visiting his mother, Mrs. J. P.
Miss Elizabeth Smith, of Char
lotte, is at home on a month's vaca
Mr. Dargan Broom, of the Lower
Fairfield section, was in town this
Dr. J. C. Caldwell, of Chailotte,
N. C., is visiting his mother, Mrs. J.
Mr and Mrs. M. L. Cathcart and
little son are visiting in Florence
and \2 .
Mrs. T. F. Cartwright, of Rock
Hill, is visiting Judge and Mrs. W.
Mrs. Paul Scott and little son, of
Florence, are visiting Mrs. A. G.
Mrs. J. J. Neil, Jr., and children,
of Columbia, spent the week-end
with Mrs. J. J. Neil.
G. B. McMaster, who spent his
xvacation in Montreat, N. C., re
turned home Saturday.
J. C. Buchanan, Jr., has returned
from Louisville, Ky., where lhe at
tended the R. 0. T. C.
W. A. Elliott, of Washington, is
here on a visit to his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. K. Elliott.
Mrs. C. F. Eliott and children
have returned from a two months'
stay in Montreat, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. McCaskill and
daughter, of Jefferson, are visiting
their aunt, Mrs. M. M. Horne.
jMr. and Mrs. T. H. Ketchin spent
he past week-end in Coumb ia with
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. McMaster.
Miss Jessie Munson and Mr. Bayes
Jordan. of Charlotte, spent the week
end with Miss Rae Stevenson.I
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Ellison and
children and Miss Cornelia Thomas
gnt the week-end in Columbia.
*rs. Louis Propst, of Columbia,
and Mrs. W.~ E. Shuler, of Aiken, are
the guests of Mrs. Ernest Propst.
Mrs. H. N. Obear returned Wed
nesday, after spending the month
of July in Smithburg, Maryland.
Mrs. J. M. Harden has returned
from Baltimore, Md., where she vis
ited her daughter, Mrs. Sam Jordan.
The Rev. G. G. Mayes, Francis
Mayes and Philo Caldwell left Sat
urday for a visit to Mantreat, N. C.
Mrs. H. N. Obear, who spent the
month of July xisiting~ reltives inl
Smithsburg,-Maryland. returned home
Mrs. B. H. Grier and Misses Mar
tha and Lois Grier, of Alabama, are
the guests of Mr and Mrs. H. E.
Mrs. J. B. Mills and fomnily and
Miss Martha Dyches, of Fort Mill,
spent the week-end with Mrs. J. E.
Messrs. J. W. H orne, Kellum, and
SE. Lyles, and Mrs. Inez Richard
son, and children attended the 5-.h
Sunday meeting of the Baptist
church at Tent-insv-le
Miss Carroi Cements returned on
Wednesday from a three weeks' va
cation spent in McRae and Savan
Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Best and chil
dren, of Lexington, Ky., are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Miss Madge Reynolds, of Charlotte,
was the attractive guest of Miss
Elizabeth Smith for several days the
Mrs. Julia Long was called to
Charlotte last week on account of
th illness cf her daughter, Mrs. A.
Miss R:e Stevenson has returned
to Charlotte, after spending two
weeks in Winnsboro with .her
Mrs. Johnnie Stover, of the city,
and Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Ray, of
White Oak, spent the week-end in
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Sloan, Misses
Elizabeth and Margaret Sloan and
Marian Seigler left on Thursday for
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne and
children have returned from a visit
to Mrs. Horne's sir .er, Mrs. R. M.
Phillips at Glenn Springs.
Rev. John Bomar is conducting a
revival meeting in the mountains of
North 'arolina and will be away for
- Miss Loraine Peeples, who has
been visiting her cousin, Miss May
me Peeples, returned to her home
in Estill on Tuesday.
Mrs. George Coleman and little
son, of Montgomery, Ala., are spend
ing some time with Dr. and Mrs.
J. C. Buchanan.
Mrs. A. C. Craven and Mrs. C. E.
Ross, who have been the guests of
Mrs. J. E. Bruce, have returned to
their home in Charlotte, N. C.
Miss Josephine Harris, of Rocky
Mount, N. C., and Miss Elizabeth
Crowson, of Sumter, are the guests
of their aunt, Mrs. P. M. Dees.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. DesPortes,
Fay DesPortes, Jr., Mrs. N. A.
White and Master Billy White are
spending this week in the mountains
of North Carolina.
Messrs. W. R. Rabb, T. S. Read
er and B. B. Meng attended the 5th
Sunday meeting of the Baptist
church at Macedonia church in the
A union revival service of all tne~
readers for their consiueration.)
denomirnations of Winnsboro, will be
held in the Commnunity Ilouse ecgia
ning Sept. 4th, conducted by Dr.
May, of the Methodist church, as
sisted by Rev. J. M. Adams, of Tex
Mr. and Mr~s. Boag, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. R. Lauderdale and Mr. J. W.
Bolick spent the 27th at the old
Colonial home of Misses Janie and
Bell Lemmon, enjoying a delightful
day and a most sumptuous dinner
with them and other relatives and
MISS EDITH RAGSDALE ENTER
TAINS GIRL'S BRIDGE CLUB.
Miss Edith Ragsdale entertainedl
the Girl's Bridge Club on Wednes
ay afternoon in honor of her guest,
Miss Elizabeth Ragsdale, of Green
ville. There were four tables of
players present. The score prize,
a deck of cards, was won by Miss
Mary Seigler. A salad course with
iced tea was served.
The following announcement has
just been received at this ofhece:
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cashion an
nounce the marriage of their laugh
ter. Annie, to Mr. William Minter
Patrick on Tuesday, the second day
of August. nlineteen hundred and~
twenty-one, ornelius, North Co
At home after the twentieth of
August, W~ood1ward. South Carolina.
GIRL'S BRIDG;E CLU~B MEETS.
Miss Elizabeth Coan was hostess
to the Girl's Bridge Club on Thurs
day afternoon. The highest score
was a tit. hetween Miss Elizabeth
Sloan and Miss Mary Seigler. Miss
Seigler made the lucky cut and was
presented with a dlainty hand made
handkerchief. Ites andi cake were
MIRS. ERNESTr liWI'ST GIVEF
,Mrs. Ernest Propst gave a bea
tiful card party on Tuesday afte
noon in honor of her guests, Mr
Louis Propst, of Columbia, and Mr
W, E. Shuler, of Aiken. Six tabl
were set for bridge.
The rooms were bright with qua:
ties of summer flowers. The sco
prize, a box of French perfumer
was won by Miss Margaret Ne
the consolation, a pair of silk ho.
was cut by Miss Lucy Doty. R
freshing punch was served durii
the games. Block cream and cal
were served after .the cards we
MRS. DEES ENTERTAINS.
Miss Josephine Harris, of Roel
Mount, N. C., and Miss Elizabe
Crowson, of Sumter, were guests
honor at a bridge party given We
nesday afternoon by their aunt, Mi
P. M. Dees. Seven tables of playe
enjoyed the games. The top sco
wvas held by Miss Edith Ragsda
who received a deck of cards
prize. The honor guests were pr
sented with dainty handkerchiel
Delicious ices and cakes were serve
MISS PEEPLES ENTERTAINS
Miss Mayme Peeples entertaini
at cards on Friday evening in hon
of her cousin, Miss Loraine Peeplh
of Estill, Seven tables were a
ranged for bridge on the wide piazz
The score prize, a deck of cards, w
won by Miss Marion Seigler; tl
booby prize, a pacifier, tied with
red ribbon, was given to John Doul
lass, Jr. Refreshments of creai
cake and punch were served.
MISS SEIGLER ENTERTAINS I
HONOR OF HER GUEST.
Miss Mary Seigler entertained
bridge on Monday morning in hon
of her guest, Miss Gladys Hilton,
The roams were prettily decorat
in red and white geraniums. T
highest score was held by Miss Edi
Ragsdale, who was presented wi
one of the new novels. Sherbert ai
cake were served.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bruce celebra
ed their silver wedding anniversa:
with a large reception Friday ev
ning. In the hall and drawing roo
the color scheme was green ai
vhite, hydrangeas and evergree
beine used for decorations.
Receiving at the door were Me
(ames S. L. Lindsay and A.
Quattlebaum , who presented t]
guests to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce, Mi
Alexander Young, of Rock Hill; M1
J. B. Mills and Miss Frances M
Mills, of Fort Mill; Mrs. M. L. Ro
and Mrs. A. C. Craven, df Cha
lootte, N. C.; Dr. Clarence Bruce al
Miss Ziza Bruce.
Mrs. C. E. Strange invited t
guests into the dining room, whi
was beautifully decorated in pii
crepe myrtle. The delicious refres
ments of Neapolitan cream and we
ding cake carried out the col
scheme of pink and white. Miss
Dorothy Turner and Minnie L
Seigler served. The favors, dsin
silver wedding bells, were pinned
by Miss Ella Beaty. From a bea
.ifully apponted table Misses Eliz
beth Cathcart and Sue Doty serv
punch. Miss Alice Doty kept ti
A musical program was given:
During the evening Miss Elizabe
Cathcart sang "Memories"; Miss 2
za Buce and Dr. Bruce. "Silv
Threads Among the Gold"; ID
Bruce, "I Love You Truly."
Many beautiful presents were di
played in the hall.
About eighty guests called durir
Mrs. Bruce was beautifuly attir
ia handsome gown of Duchess sa
in, trimmed in Princess' lace and wo
a corsage of roses. Mrs. Your
wore black gerogette crepe; Mr
Mills was gowned in pink and w~hi
crn de chene and Miss Franc
Mae Mills net over pink satin; Mr
Ross inl orchid organdie; Mrs. Cr
ven in blue crepe de chene, and Mi
iza Bruce in pink satin, with trir
m:ngs of silver lace and miline.
MRS, ELLIOTT ENTERTAINS I:
Mrs. C. F Elliott entertainedi
formally on Tuesb.y afternoon
honor of Mrs. T. K. Elliott, of Ne
York. The chairs were placed o
on the lawn and a most delightf
afternoon was spent. About thirt
five guests were present. Ices ai
S MRS. ROBERT MEANS AIKE
"Father, I will that they
whom Thou hast given me, be %
me where I am, that they may
]told my glory which rhou hast f
en me." Thus Jesus prayed
His elect people in His tender int
- cessory prayer. Is it not comfort
re to reflect that the death of
Saints is the answer to the Savio
e, loving desire for their presence
e- companionship? Hence it is
ig cious in His sight. Death is but
ze depart and be with Christ; to
re His glory and share the joy of ti
Lc.rd, which is very far better I
to abide in this evil and unfrier
The subject of this sketch was
:h of God's choice and consecrated
A vants, .a woman of rare wisd
1- sweetness and saintliness. Throi
s. her lonf and beautiful life
-s walked with God; now bhe w'
re with Him in white, for she is wort
e, On Thursday morning, Dec.
is 1920, at her home near Montic(
e- Mrs. Margaret Bell Aiken was ca
s. a" ay to her heavenly reward.
d. funeral was conducted by the I
G. G. Mayes, of Winnsboro, and
terment was in old Salem chu
d Although she had not been N
yr for some time, her death was a <
s, tinct shock to many. Through
r- her illness she never lost her su
a. disposition, which in such a mar
is pay had won for her so m
a Her going away was so easy t
- it seemed only a step from earl
twilight into the radiant prese
of her Lord and Master; and
beautiful life was ezhoed back in
N peaceful and triumphant death.
Mrs. Aiken was born and rai
near Monticello, Fairfield cour
At She was descended from one of
>r first families of the State, being
>f youngest child of the late Willi
and Margaret Bell. She grew ur
d I eome *of unusual culture
e Christian piety, and early in
h consecrated her life to God. Si
h that time she has been an eari
d member of the Presbyterian chui
ever praying for its advancemi
and for the coming of Christ's Ki
dom in ali the world.
She was married to Mr. Rol
Means Aiken, who with four dau
Y ters, live to mourn the loss and b
I- the memory of this Godly womai
m Mrs. Aiken was a great lover
id home and always made home
rvery attractive, not only to her lo
ones, but to her many friendsa
s visited her. She numbered
3friends by the score and was alw
1e faithful to them.
s. She was a Christian woman
. many lovable traits, a devoted ;
W and mother and a good friend
sneighbor. She was one of the
r- blest and best women it hae been
idwriter's good fortune to know. IF
was a character of singular sw
eness and saintliness. Her utter
:selfishness, generosity, judgem
ik Irectitude and unfailing good tenm
b-made her a great favorite in
d- Icommunity. She radiated goodr
e and loving kindness.
e You have gone and left us lonel:
se Tho' sweet memories linger sti
ty We did not want you to leave u
m But it was God's good will.
"Oh; today our hearts are heavy
a- And overburdened with care;
aTho' we miss you dreadfully,
1e We would not have you here.
Rack to this life of sorrow.
Fpel into this world of strife,
:h H e uld we wish you back,
i- 'Tho we loved you dearer than Ii
eNow, with only your memory
IMay those who eare left to mourr
s- Though their hearts are crushed v
g May they live each day in menm
d And be an honor to her cheris
. COMMUNITY HOUSE PROGRAM
Iso Friday, August 5th-"Heliotrope",
ith a Cosmopolitan production. The play
is like "Humoresque". You liked it
be- and we know you will ilke this one.
iv- "Humoresque" showed the wonder
for ful love of the mother. "Heliotrope"
er- shows the powerful love of a father.
ing Monday, August 8th.-Wm. S.
His Hart in "The Testing Block." Six
H reels of outlaws, gold, rugged scenes
)r's of Big Bill Hart and his . pinto pony.
and Wednesday, August 10th.-"The
re- Bait", a Maurice Tournier prouction,
to starring the beautiful Hope Hamp
ton, the Texas beauty. ,
ier When men fish for money what
better bait can they use than a
in beautiful girl?
dly Also Selznick News.
Money buys more. Just look at
1 the above pictures foi 10 and 20c.
Same Old Story, but a Good One.
Mrs. Mahala Burns, Savanna, Mo.,
ks relates an experience,, the like of
h w uhich has happened in almost every
neighorhobod in this country, and
has been told and related by thous
lb, ands of others, as follows: " I used
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and
' th Diarrhoea Remedy about nine years
ev. ago and it cured me of flux (dysen
n tary). I had another attack of the
same complaint about three or four
vel years ago and a few doses of this
remedy cured me. I have recom
mended it to dozens of people since
oet I first used it and shall continue to
ee do so for I know it is a quick and
my positive cure for bowel troubles."
hat Hot Weather Diseases.
nce Disorders of the bowels are ex
ee tremely dangerous, particularly dur
her ing the hot weather of the summer
e months, and in order to protect
sed yourself and family against sudden
ty attack, get a bottle of Chamber
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the It can be depended upon. Many
t have testified to its excellence.
in- - _ -
of By keeping bra
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W casyforf=l= s
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF AP
PLICATION FOR DISCHARGE.
In the District Court of the United
States, for the Western District cf
In the matter of S. Davidson,
No. B-205 in Bankruptcy.
To the creditors of the above named
Take notice that on July 25, 1921,
the above nemed bankrupt filed his
petition in said Court praying that
he may be decreed by the Court to
have a full discharge from all debts
provable against his estate, except
such debts as are excepted by law
from such discharge, and a hearing
was thereupon ordered and will be
had upon said petition on August
29, 1921, before said Court, at Green
ville, in said District, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, at which time and
place all known creditors and other
persons in interest may appear and
show cause, if any they have, why
the prayer of said petition should
not be granted.
D. C. DURHAM, Clerk.
Dated at Greenville, S. C., Jul. 29,
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