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-,LNS FROM1 THE
Mr. J. S. Brown is spen.iing the
we&' in Charleston.
I.uia Lee Roberts and utr
triti, uiss Parker, have returned
Mr. and 31rs. L. D. Lyles and Mrs.
M. E. Roberts spent last Thursday
with Mrs. Carrie Steele.
Miss 31ary Boyd, ,of Winnsboro, q
visited Mrs A. G. Brown last week.
Mr. T. D. Brice was a regent vis
itor in our community.
Beginning on Sunday, July 24, and
continuing throtgh -Thursday, we
had the pleasure of attending a se
ries of impressive services at Union
church, conducted by Rev. F. W.
Gregg, of Rock Hill.
Mr. and M: . Charles W. Brice
and little son, of Chester, spent the
week-end with Mrs. M. B,. Turner.
Mrs. John Y. Turner is visiting
r sister, Mrs. Charles Simms, in
Mrs. W. V. Turner is visiting her
relatives in Spartanburg.
Miss Elizabeth Brice, of Chester,
is spending the week with Mrs. ..
3l. Lawrence Strai't, of Chester, I
sia.t the week-end with his grand
mother, Mrs. Henson.
Miss Floride Turner spent last
week in Columbia.
Mr. P. C. Turner has been very ill
but we are glad to report that he
is much better.
(Too late for publication last week.)
There have been quite a few visi
'ors here the past few weeks.
Mr. Milner w1allace and Dr. With
erspoon W-allace, of Atlanta, Ga.,
stopped a while with friends at the
old home. They were on a motor
trip to Wallaaeville and Henderson
ville. It's good to have our old
friends stop and talk of old times
and something else besides the boll
Misses Elizabeth Ragsdale and
Elizabeth Glenn visited relatives in
the community a few days ago.
Miss Mattie Harter, from Union,
is on a visit to Miss Clara McMeekin.
Miss Ida Dukes, of St Georges, is
at her sister's. Mrs. Will Turkett.
Mrs. Viviai: Jeter and daughter,
Clara, have returned from the sum
mer school at Winthrop. They re
port a very beneficial course. On
their return trip they stopped in
Chester to visit their uncle, Rev, J.
Mr. M. C. Dykes is at Mr. J. C.
3L. WV. T. G;lenni, .Jr., came to s~e
his grandl-parents, Mr, and Mrs. D.
L. G(T-nn. WX. T. has a position with
the Westinghouse Engine Works in
Philadelphia and is at home en a
two weeks' vacation.
Mrs. Kate McDowell spent a day
recently with her sister, Mrs. Glenn.
Te young people have been en
joying baseball, moonlight picnics
and dancing parties lately.
Mr. Frank McEachern, who has
been on a visit to his g~rand-parents,
has returned t. his honie in Savan
Mr. Henry Isbell, of Columbia,
spent Sunday with Mr. F. H. Mc
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miles wvest of Winnsboro. Fee,
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Rub-My-Tism is a powerful anti
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SUMO1-NS FOR RELIEF.
'he State of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield.
urt of Common Pleas
.1. E. lcDonal i. Plaintiff,
J. A. Knikht. Defendant.
SUDIONS FOR RELIEF
(Complaint not Served.
.o the Defentdant above naimed:
You are hereby summoned and re
aired to answer the complaint in this
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flame g ak
accureayts to ge
tieYou akeus l
mo cof a roasti
action, which is flied in the office of
the Clerk of Court of Common Plens 6t
foe the County of Fairfield in ail
rate, and to serve a copy of i
:wer t. ) he i enn.i:airt o -h
:'cribes at thei:- o!iFices, at Winns- K
:-j S. C., within twenty i:.ys a: r ti
th service hereof, exclusive of the g
!ay of such service; and if you fail rc
:0 answer the complaint within the of
ime aforesaid, he plaintiff in this C
1ction will apply to the Court for the
elief dmanded in the Complaint.
BECAUSE we put the utn
one brand, Camels are
i sible for skill, money and li:
fine tobaccos to make a cigarf
Nothing is too good for Ca
in mind! Everything is don(
best cigarette it's possible to c
simply for show.
Take the Camel package fi
most perfect packing scienci
tect cigarettes and keep them
-secure foil wrapping-rei
the fold and make the pacd
there's nothing flashy about
extra wrappers. No frills or
Such things do not improve
than premiums or coupons.
must pay their extra cost or
If you want the smoothes1
cigarette you- can imagine-z
from cigaretty aftertaste,
It's Camels for you.
YNGi.. TOBACCO COMPANY, Wins
eason why cooking with that go wi
rfeCion is so easy and fortable t<
a can regulate the heat wAnother.I
ithin a few degrees every blue chirn
tparticular kind of pastry against th
war of "rushing the fire" and The four.
o burning your cakes, a little cabinet arl
New Perfection will show you popular.
't successful results uniformly. or one-bu
ie heat in a second where it Aldi
tes with the draft and damper f
usekeepers who use the New 'New Perfe
e relief that it affords from coal hardware,
;and all the li'tter and bother STANDA
Oil Cook Stoi
Dated at Winnsbboro, S. C., April
,h, A. D., 1921.
J E. McDonald, Jr.,
To the absent defennant, J. A.
night: You will please take notice
at the summons, of which the fore
>ing is a copy, together with the
implaint herein, were filed in he
fice of the Clesk of Court for the
)unty and State aforesaid on the
J. E. McDonald, Jr.,
Lost quality into this
as good as it's pos
elong knowledge of
mels. And bear this
to make Camels the
uy. Nothing is done
)r instance. It's the
e can devise to pro
fresh. Heavy paper
renue stamp to seal
cage air-tight. - But
it. You'll find no
the smoke any more
get lowered quality.
t, mellowest, mildest
nd one entirely free
th them. Their kitchens are more corn
> work in, too, especially during warm
eature of the New Perfection is its long
ney. This drives clean, sootless heat
e cooking utensils with an extremely
by radiation. You can always sea the
ugh the little mica door.
burner size equipped with warming
Ld New Perfection Oven is the most
But you can obtain a five, three, two
rer'size if you prefer.
ecurity Oil gives the best results uni
he it all the time.
ction Oil Cook Stoves are sold at most
furniture and department stores.
RD OIL COMPANY (NEW JERSEY)