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Two weeks ago whi
set our teeth to attain
ness in the city.
Today, on top of ac
vised by personal frier
are connecting the name
easily as one would con
If you haven't hea
When your friends vol
Miss Margaret Neil Social Editor.
L. Bryson has returned from a
rip to Asheville, N. C.
Mrs. Horace Traylor is visiting in
W. 0. Brice spenty part of this
eek in Columbia.
Mrs. M. M. Stewart spent Wed
Sesday in Columbia.
Cornwell Jennings left Wednes
y to enter college.
Mrs. John Fayssoux has returne.
prom a visit to Gastonia.
S4Dorothy Turner has enterea
e Greenville Woman's College.
Mr. Joe Elliott left Wednesday to
ter college at Georgia Ter '
Miss Elizabeth Cathcart is teach
g music in the Rock Hill School.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C Ma.clin of Al
ny, Ga., are visiting relatives
Mrs* J. C. Gladden spent s'~veral
the past week with Mrs. A.
Miss Kathleen Willingham return
d to the Chicora College for Wo
Miss Irene Smith left Saturday
r Varnville, where she will - teach
Reid Harden returned to Clemson
~olle;, last week, where he is in
js senior year.
Miss Marie Dwight, of Charleston,
pending some time with her sister,
rs G. F. Patton.
l~ises Virginia Owens and Janice
Silson spent several days in Colum
Ia ths week.
Miss Jane Ketchin, of the Win
rop College faculty, retuzrned to
ock Hill Wednesday.
P. M. Brice, of Columbia, and .Tu
us Crowson, of Hartsville, spent
;~he wek-end in town.
tIng History in
i0 to $17.50
m school suit selling opened we
the biggest boys' clothing busi
complishing our aim, we are ad
ds that mothers of Winnsboro
of Propst and Boys' Clothing as
nect the name of Eastman with
d this before-inquire about.
ch for this statement-inquire
Miss Ellen Ellison left on Satur
day for Easley, where she vill teach s
the coming session. 113
Mr. U. G. DesPori~es returned
Wednesday from several days' trip
to Georgia' and Florida.
Candy will be sold at the Corn
munity Theatre Friday night by the d
ladies of the Episcopal church.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ray and chil- tl
dren are visiting Mr. Ray's nmother
in the country for a few days.
Mr* and. Mrs. R. D. Izard, of Co
lumbia, spent part of last week with
Mrs. J. E. McDonald, Jr.
Miss Annie Doty, after spending a C
short vacation at her home here, leA.
Wednesday for Knoxville, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Lauderdale V
are visiting Rev. D T Lauderdale er
and'family at Natural Bridge, Va. G:
Miss Lois McDonald left tIriday
for Greensboro, N. C., where she R
will engage in Y. W. C, A, work. C
Mrs. M. W. Doty and Mrs. R. Y. F
Turner, Jr., have returned from an
extended visit to Stearns, N. C.
Mrs. J. H. Bramlett and her son, tl
H. Clay Miller, returned to their t
home in Richmond, Va., Wednesday.
Miss Etta Lee Scruggs returned IC:
the latter part of the week from a
visit to relatives in Washington, D.
Miss Alethee Mayes returzned Fri- t<
da;: to the Chicora College :ar o'* T
n'en, where she will act as ssis-;ant i
to the dee.n. s
Miss Maggie 'B. Turner, who has
charge of the third grade at Mt. s
Zion, will be with Mrs. George Clow.;
ney this winter,
Mrs. E. D Sloan and Miss Marg. A
ret Sloan returned Saturday from 0
visit to Florence, Rocky Mount : s
Wilmington, N. C. f
Mr. Charles Dwight, of Charles
ton, Miss Martha Dwight and Mrs. V
Cathart, of Columbia, and Miss
Ravene!. of Charleston, left Sunday
for their respective homes, after
WINNSBORO, S- C.. SEPTE
When spinster-hood is bliss
They bobbed their skirts, the
Oh woman, what next?
A chilly reception doesn't cool
Too much tin-can food has ca
"can" his wife.
The angels fhat fear to tread
miss a lot of fun.
A nian that never lends hi
friends-'also he doesn't need I
Women say. tiat the argumea
ing is the strongest yet advani
of short skirts.
When a man is arrested for
to tell where he got it, he is no I
tore You Hear
Miss Daisy Brockington, whojM
pent several days with Miss Flori del
artin last week, returned to hei I
ome in Rion Saturday.
Miss Mary Carlisle Elliott lef' M
Tenes.ay for Wooobrard, wh ee Fi.
Swili have charge of the : mary
bpartmlenlt of the Woodward sci ool.:o
Misses Statia and Margaret Phil- Ar
ps of -Chester, spent several days pr
uis week with Miss Bessie Chalmers pe
Sthe home eof Mrs J. H. Cathcart. pr
Miss Bessie Chalmers, of Char- se
tte, who has charge of English and
Tench in the High School depart- CA
ent will be with Mrs. John H.
athcart thi winter.
Mrs. Ernest Ferguson and son,
>e Gantt, left for Charleston, W. pa:
a,, Thursday, after spending sev- of
al weeks with relatives here. Mrs. bi
antt accompanied them home. bri
The following freshmen left for Ca
ock Hill Friday to enter Winthrop of
'ollege: Misses Jessie Douglass, prn
ouise Hamilton, Margaret Ketehin, sal
rancees Neil and Merril Turner. se
The John Bratton Chapter U. D.
.will hold a business meeting at)
e Community House Monday af
rnoon immediately after thebe
eeting of the Better Winnsborobe
ub. , 5
GIRL'S BRIDGE CLUB. - be
Miss Elizabeth Sloan was hostess
the Girl's Bridge Club on last
hursday afternoon. There were
sur tables of players present. The.
ore prize, a deck of cards, was
on by Miss Marian Seigler. Be
des the regular members present
te guests of the club were: Mrs.
rilliam Keehan, Misses Simona Ba
uch, Gladys Burley', Hazel Haynes, nol
ges Macfie, Nan Neil, Virginia thE
wens and Janice Wilson. Chicken S.
lad, cheese balls, sandwiches and S
ozen punch were served. SV
TANTED-At once, stone slabs. FC
Anyone having stone slabs fo -
sale to use on the Community
House wall will report to Mrs. J. oal
VIBER 16th, 1921.
is folly to be wives.
n their hair. What next?
one off on a hot day.
used many a husband to
where fools rush in must
money never has any
it the skeeters are mgk
:ed against the wearing
intoxication and refuses
riend to the court or the
So Much Al
ISS JANICE WILSON ENTEli
Mdiss Janice Wilson entertained a
dge Friday afternoon in honor o
ss Simona Ba-ach, of New York
v'e tables were arranged on th<
xth and in the living room. Thb
score was held by Miss Gordor
derson, of Columbia, who wa:
asented with a bottle of Frenel
efume. The guest of honor wL
asented 'with a pair of silk hosL
ange ices, cake ignd mints wer<
LRD. PARTY. IN. HONOR. 0]
iiiss Marian Seigler gave a cai
-ty Saturday afternoon in honoi
Miss Gordon Anderson, of Colum.
.There were four tables set for
dge. The highest score for thi
ernoon was held by Miss Ma
rlisle Elliott, who received a dec]
cards. The guest of honor wai
asented with a box of powder. A
ad course, with iced tea, wat
['here will be a meeting of the
ter Winnsboro Club at the Coin
nity House Monday afternoon, a'
'clock sharp. All committees wil
expected to turn in reports. '
Mrs. J. E. McDonald, Jr.
>assenger-"Say does this car al
ys make this noise ?"
)river-"No, only when it is run
g. "-Tennessee Mugwump.
Ul1 parties or persons are warned
to cash any checks drawn on
Winnsboro Bank, Winnsboro,
C., against account of Swygert &
ygert, other than signed by J. S
'R SALE-,000 bushels pure Ful
~hum oats, absolutely free fronr
'oreign seed. Also 2,000 bales c:
4t W M. ESTES. Route 4.
Particular mothers are vre3
for school wear. They know th,
time on children's clothes
Therefore in selecting mat
serviceable wash cotton or w
stand the problems of the mothi
ing children, and in purchasing
vide for their needs
This year we are showing
tub-able cotton materials that N
-go to the wash-tub-and com,
In woolens we are showing
that money will-buy and at pric
action. Serge is in demand fo
we have the braid and all the
No, we didn't mention pric,
know that they can depend on 1
Miss Alice "Walker gave a moon
t light picnic Wednesday evening Ii
honor of Miss Simona Barue.1, oJ
.1"w YoA. About fifteen couple
'motored out to Rion and had a de
lightful picnic supper on the rocks
Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Walker, Jr.
chaperoned the young people.
WEEKLY COTTON LETTER.
(By Savannah Cotton Factorage Co.
On Friday, September 2nd, Oeto
ber futures in New York close<
strong, at 17.88. New York remain
ed closed until the following Tuesda:
on account of Labor Day holidays
Liverpool seemed to realize on Mon
day that the American cotton croj
was really a very small one, an<
that market advanced 61 Englisl
points, while New York -was closed
Liverpool made further sensationa
gains during the following two days
New York responded. to this ad
vance, and continued to soar unti
r September 7th, when October touche<
21.5 and the spring months wen1
above 22c. Spot cotton sold a higl
Ias 21 1-2c to 22c basis ~iddline,
At this level a wave of profit-tak
ing set in and futures 'brok'e sharply
October touching 18c on Thursday
.The market is now fluctuating be
eween 18 1-2 and 19 1-2c with an
The ginners report was published
on Sept. 8th showing- that 481,78'
bales were ginned up to Septembe1
1st. This was more than the pre
Ivious year, but 118,000 bales less
than'the ten year average. The offi
cial figures were as follows:
Ginned to September 1st,
Te'n year average, approximately
-CASH FOR OLD CARS-Seconc
hand parts for talI makes of cars.
Columbia Vulcanizing & Truck Ca
STORE ROOM FOR RENT-Appi'
VOL. I, NO. 21
r careful in selecting togs
at recess time is a trying
erials they select strong,
ool fabrics. We under
ars in dressing the grow
our dress goods we pro
a splendid assortment of
vill stand school tumbles
e up smiling. Prices are
the best line of serges
es that will move you to
r jumper dresses. Yes,
es. You see our patrons
is to live and let live.
ITRUNKS- Trunks /and travelin*
- Bruce Furniture Co.
f FOR SALE-800 bushels of Apler
s and Fulghum oats, from Coker's
. seed last year.
J. F. & A. E. DAVIB,.
22-4t Winnsboro, S. C.
Special low prices on cook stoves
and ranges at
Byauce Furniture Co.
-Rul.My-Tism is a great pain
killer. Relieves pain and soreness,
-Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Thomas Cloud,. de
1ceased, are hereby notified to file
same, properly itemized and verified
with the undersigned adininistrator
or with his attorney, R. L. Douglas,
at Chester, S. C.
JAMES HENRY CLOUD,
Administrator of the estate of
Thomas Cloud, deceased.
Sent free on appleation. Get
Iyour information first hand,
uestions answered by mail.
(EV. IVW. A: TOBIN
I P. 0. Box 202
ROCK HILL. S. C.
A Mean Cuss-"'That druggist
played a mean trick or the gang."
"He bad a pretty salesgirl."
"Got a lot of, customers and then
married her himself."-Louisville
We are proud of the con~idence
I doctoro. druggists and the public
have in 366 Chill and Fever Tonie.
rSpeai low prices on cook stoves
2ndrnge5. at Bruce Furniture Co.