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Little Cooper Glenn has been
quite sick, but we are glau to see
that he is able to be up again.
Mr. William Andrews, ou Siielby,
N. C., spent the week-end witn Mr.
J. C. McMeekin and D. L. Glenn.
Several negroes were bitten by a
mad dog this week. They are tak- 1
ing the Pasteur treatment. S
Mr. and Mrs. B, H. Yarborough,
Mrs. Kate McDowell and Miss Flor
ence Huey came Sunday afternoon
to visit Mrs. D. L. Glenn.
Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Patrick, Mr.
4T. G. Patrick and Rev. W. W. Park
inson attended the Associate Re
formed Presbyterian church con
ference at Linwooa.
Miss klorence kati ck has been
visiting ner sis-, r R. C. Urier,
Misses Estelie and Ruth Ratteree
are visiting their parents here,
iiss .eLa Visson is visiting her
sister, MrsWysofn, in Lens, S. C.
The whole nt*ghborhood was sad
dened by the death of Dr. R. Bruce
Patrick. Dr. Patrick had practiced
in this community for a number of
years and had endeared himself to
all the people. The last two years
.he had been a successful surgeon in
Mrs. R. C. Grier, of Columbia, and
the Misses McCann, of Louisville,
Ky., are the guests of Miss Florence
Miss Jane Matthews celebrated her
fourth birthday with a deiightful
yarty to her little friends.
Mary Jane Patrick, of Woodward,
is spending a few days with her
aunt, Mrs. J. J. McDowell.
The Jackson Creek boys came over
to play White Oak on our splendid
new diamond. Jackson Creek won,
due to two bad innings on White
Oak's part. White Oak was not
outelassed, but just a little out of
Mrs. R. A. Patrick visited last
week in the Wateree neighborhood.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Ray have as
their guests their grandmother and
Thomas Patrick- has been spending
a. few days at the home of R. t.
Stevenson, of Lebanon.
Miss Sarah Patrick was a visitor
in Chester last week.
Miss Lula Johnston has returned
to her hoxne in St. George, after
spending some time with Miss Lila
Quite a number of people from
here attended the services last week
at the Baptist church in Blackstock,
where Rev. Frank Pittmnan, assisted
his brother in conducting a meeting.
W. C. Brice came over from Clin
ton, where he has been attending the
summer school to spend several days
at- the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. W. Brice.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Brice have as
guests, Mr. and Mrs. George Brice
and daughter, Susie, of Atlantg.
Mrs. Coleman and Mrs. Leslie
Brice and 'daughter, Ellizabeth, of
Columbia, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
S. G. Brice.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brice and fain
ily are spending some time at
North with Mr. and Mrs. Dougherty.
Woodward ,and Blackstock played
an exciting ball game with Rich
burg last Friday, the score standing
i to 7 in favor of Richburg.
Mrs. T~ W. Traylor was hostess to
the Cathe--ine Ladd Chapter U. D.
C. last Thursday evening at her at
"ive home, Oakland. The histo
-ian, Mrs. J. C. Stew~art, had asked
each member to bring something
interesting for the U. D. C. scrap
book, so as the roll was called by
Mrs. Sam Brice, the following
pieces were read:
"Authorship of Maryland My Ma
-""e" by Mrs. A. W. Brice
Blackstock Seventy years ago, by
Mesdames Macie and T. W. Brice.
"His Flag, His Faith," Mrs. Cole
man. Answers to Flander's Field,
by Mrs. Sam Brice. Memorial Day..
Miss Sarah Patrick. "Lo, a Daniel,"
Mrs. J. C. Stewart.
At the conclusion of the mneetine
which was conducted by Mrs. A. W.
Brice, president, there was a de
lightful social hour. during which
the hostess, assisted by her dauqh
ter, Miss Lula Travior, served deli
cious ceam and cake.
Miss Gladys Stewart gave an er
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HE CONFEDERATE COL
2 Broad st., Charleston. S. C.
L BOARDING and DAY
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
legins its session Sep' ember
7, 1921. Historic Institution,
ituated in a healthy location.
Advantages of city life, with
igee College yard for outdoor
A Well Plained Course of
;tudies in a homelike atmos
A Business Caurse open to
senior and Elective Courses
o Juniors and Seniors.
The Same Everywhere.
The editor of Paisa Akhbar, a na
;ive newspaper of Lahore, India,
ays, "I have used Chamberlain's
olic and Diai choea Rerney -many
imes among my children and ser
,ants, for colic and diarrhoea ani
iways found it effective."
Columbia Lumber Manu:
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press and Oak, Flooring CE
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Moral: Insure with us 1
may be too late.
All kinds of goo
rior Finish, Pine, Cy
in has endured
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ice and Realty Co.
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