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tended the union services at the
Baptist church 'at Jenkinsville last
Sunday. A very pleasant day was
Mrs. Carr and little daughter,
Elizabeth, after spending several
weeks with her sister, Mrs. J. D.
Delleney, have returned to Augusta,
Ga. They were accompanied by
Mis Lucy Delleney.
choir of the Episcopal church
hain entertainment on the rocks
and lawn near the chapel. Ice cold
water melons were served and a de
lightful evening was spent.
Miss Alice Mae Ashford, of Beth
el, visited Mrs. W. R. Ashford re
Mrs. Nicholson, who has been sick
for several months, celebrated her
seventy-eighth birthday Sunday, July
31. Many friends called during the
day, which made the day pleasant
We are glad to add one more car
to our city, as Mr. J. W. Rutland
has purchased a car.
Mr. L. Lewis, of Greenbrier, vis
ited the community Monday, bid
ding a number of his friends good
bye before leaving for a visit to Ten
Misses Eunice and Thelma Broom
and their little brotherj Walter,
spent Monday on their father's farm
na* Cedar creek.
Miss Lois Young, of Clinton, is the
guest of Miss Isabel Boyd,
Charles E. Thomas is in Spartan
burg with his grand-mother, Mrs.
Taft. He will be joined later by
his mother, Mrs. R. C. Thomas, and
they will spend some time at Glenn
Miss Nan Nunnery is a visitor at
the home of Mrs. Adams.
Miss Jean Starnes is visiting rel
atives in Fort Mill
Mr. .. 0. Thomas and daughter, of
Charlotte, visited relatives in town
Mr. 4nd Mrs. W. H. Ruff and Mrs.
J. S. Edmunds are among the Glenn
Mrs. R. H. Browne left this week
for an extended stay %- Montreat.
A. M. Lumpkin, of Columbia, was
a visitor in town this week.
Mrs. Nelson and children are the
guests of Mrs. James Team, of Lu
Mr. A. T. Moore and family have
returned from a camping trip at
Jorda.n's Pond near Lugoff.
Miss Louise Thomas, after a short
visit to Mrs. R. C. Thomas, has re
turned to Charlotte.
Cards havg been issued to an "At
Home" given by Mrs. Robert M. Bo
lick on Wednesday afternoon,
Messrs. L. M. Blair. L. S. Hender
son and Lawrence Blair raotored to
Wilmington and spent severa: days
there last week.
SMrs. J. T. Bradley, T. J. J., and
David Bradley, of Union, are visit
ing Mrs. Bradley's grand-mother,
Mrs. Julia Wilkes.
Miss Annelle Patton, of Chester,
who has been the guest of Miss Al
berta Wilkes, lys returned home.
Miss Wilkes accompanied her home.
The young people and visitors in
the community attended a party
Sby Misses Margaret, and Eliz
Coleman, of Feasterville com
munity on Monday evening.
Miss Mary Blakely, who has been
the guest of Miss Bertha Mae Flair,
h is returned to her home in Cli aton.
.Messrs. Ike Lindsay, Owens and
Billie Hornsby, of Camden, were the
week-end guests in the home of Mrs.
J. N. Owens.
Mrs. F. C. Ladd, of Columbia, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Julia
Swimming is the attraction of the
day and the young people are greatly
enjoying their dip in the river.
Mr A. M. McWhirter, of Jones
vile, was a guest in the home of
Mrs. L. M. Blair last week.
Mrs. ''oster Smith returned to her
home in Newberry last Wednesday,
after visiting her mother, Mrs. M. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Von Ohsen
and son, Charles. of St Matthews,
were visitors in our community last
Mrs. E. A. Cloyd, of Columbia.
Ent last week with her sister, Mrs.
N. D. Roberts.
Miss Lillie Coskrey, of Asheville,
N. C., is visiting her sister. Mrs. R.
LIBERTY BONDS AD CRIME.
Experts say the great number if
negotiable securities now in existenci.
is a temptation to theft. The ma
jority of people own Liberty Bonds
and the greater part of them are
payable to bearer. Millions of p
ple keep them in closets, trunks,
drawers and other hiding places
about their homes, where they are
easily stolen. If they are payable
to 1,earer, the thief can readily sell
them for cash. Wealthy people, wi
could lose a few bonds without feel
ing it, have them cared for in bank
deposit vaults, where they are per
fectly safe. Also many of them
have the bonds registered. People
of small means who cannot afford t
lose their hard earned savings, may
have had little experience in caring
for such valuables, and frequently
All Liberty Bond holders of this
community would do well to have
them registered by the government,
otherwise there is too much chance
of losing their property to sneak
The chairman of the immigration
committee of the House of Repre
sentatives at Washington has intro
duced a bill providing for examina
tion of intending immigmnts to this
country at American consulates in
A great deal of the trouble from
irmigration has resulted because the
force of inspectoors who examine the
alien has been wholly inadequate and
could give them only a very super
ficial examination. Milions have
been admitted who are not fit to
live in this free country.
It seems hard on an alien, after he
has toiled and struggled to get his
passage money to turn him back
when he reaches -ur ports. The tiha
to reject him is before he buys his
ticket, and before he leaves his home
country, where his antecedents can
be investigated. This measure pro
viding for examination of immi
grants before they leave Europe
should do a lot to sift out undesir
Notice is hereby given that H. E.
Caldwell, Administrator, of the es
tate of James P. Caldwell, deceased,
has his day m-ade application unto
me for final discharge as such ad
ministration, and that the 25th day
of August, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. in,
at my office, has been appointed for
the hearing of of said petition.
W. L. HOLLEY,
Judge of Probete, Fairfield Co., S. C.
July 25th, 1921.
State of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield.
By W. L. Holley, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Hannah Cloud has made
suit to me to grant her letters of
Aministration of the Estate of and
effects of Thomas Cloud, deceased,
These are. Therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
'rdd and creditors of the said Tho
mas Cloud, deceased, that they be
and appear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at Winnsboro,
S. C., on the 12th day of August,
1921, next after publication hereof,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show case, if any they have, why the
said Administration should not be
Given under my hand, this 25th
day of July, A. D., 1921.
W. L. HOLLEY,
Judge of Probate.
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