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PUBLISHED BY THE PROPST COMPANY -
A "Scoop" in Shirts
They arrived yesterday-they, are on display in our
window today. Real pongee in white and natural colors
-all with collars attached-some buttoned down-some
Yep, they are values. We found a manufacturer with
twenty-five dozen on hand. He needed the "jack"-we
needed the shirts. Money talked.
Drop in and see these values. The size range runs
from 13 1-2 to 17. No limit to the customer. One price
to all-$1. 69.
People Will Buy
If the prices and goods are Right. We proved that con
clusively last June when things were country-wide quiet
and we are proving it again now-on a larger scale.
In our clothing department things are humming
prices are 30 per cent lower than- Spring-that's good
news-but not a circumstance to the attractiveness of
Our New York buyer has just advised us that he was
expressing us some dandy tweed sport suits to retail
for $27.50. We pass you the information. Other values
from $23.50 up. All sizes.
We Sell For Men
Miss Margaret Neil Social Editor o r
E. D. Sloan, Jr., of Greenville,ThanulmeigoteFr
bent the week-end here with hiss'MtaFienurceAoi
rents. ;d to ilmetOtbr5t.Bsns
P. M. Brice, of Columbia, spentfimotneadelconfof
he week-end with his mother, Mrs. e5Alarugntyeqsedo
0 . Brice.bepsntR
Miss Lucia Miller, of Union, was Brlr nee h tr f'r
e guest of Miss Elizabeth SloanR.SMorlataudynihad
or the week-end.ateptdtfocopnhsae.'
Mrs. M. M. Boyd, of Columbia, fiigt copihti ups
'nt the week-end with her daugh-thyrmeabu $3wohof0
r, Mrs. W. B. Porter.mecads. *t
Mr. nd Igrs. J. J. Neil, Jr., andBITDYPR.
hildren, of Columbia, spent Sunday____a
*.Mrs. J. J. Neil.EneiPrptJrclbaehsR
Mr.~ and. Mrs. Burton Whitaker andfitbrhdyoMnayateon
~ttle daughter spent the week-end b iigapryt i itei
'th Mrs. J. A. McCrorey, red.Aotffenltl ussi
r.Eugene Woods - and little wr rsn. H eevdmn
ghter ,have returned from a tronwsseti ud sms
t tay in Ensley, Ala. I~adck wr evd
r, Mrs. H. E. Matthews, of TEDYBIG LB
arlotte, spent the week-end with____
r. and Mrs. Stewart Heath. frJ.LBysnetraedhew
Miss Kitty Lee Steele, who is in JTedyBig lbls audye
er senior year, has returned to theafeno.Termswe et-S
omans College at Due West. ydcrtdi odnrd hr
Miss Anne Ketchin left Mondayen.Tehgstcoefrhea-I
r New York, where she will do tronwsatebtenMs .n
st-graduate work at Columbia M esadMs lrd atn l
niversity. Teget ftecu eeMs
The Rev, and Mrs. Grier Pressley
nd children, of Hickory Grove, ehn issBekHnh~ n
ent part of last week with Mrs. FoieMri. Cikn~~d
leil Pressly. Isnwce n cdtawr evd
Mr nd Mrs. R. Y. Tarner, Jr.,
have gone -to Lynn, N. C., where MS AFEETRAN E
-r. Turner has accepted a position GIL'BDECUB
*as principal of thie graded schoolse
* r. and Mrs. J. W.-.Horne, MissothGil'BdgCubTrda
gusie Crawford, Miss Maggie Doug- ~tron he also lyr
las and Miss Mamie Jones spent a wr rsn.Tesoepie
*part of this week in Charlotte. dc fcrs a o yMs
Elliott Holley has entered the BekJnnnsaesdsth-eu
lisle Fitting School at Bamberg. o h lbwr issSmb a
Carrol Clemnents and Cor- rcHzlHyeVrii w
spet te eekndin sald ichfe Wiones of salad
7~,~lubia. carolin, wi prdeah as theUnion
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OPST WE KL Y
.WINNSBORO, S. C., September 30, 1921.
You can lead a horse to water,
But you can't make him drink
You can lead a souse to soda,
The result's the same. I think.
The Venus of Milo has no arms, but. nobody liver no
The bee that gets the- honey doesn't hang around the
No woman likes a husband that flirts-unless he be
longs to someone-'else.
Those who make a- horrible noise when they eat make
a still more horrible noise when they don't eat.
"Where does the honeymoon end?" Well, frequently
like the other moon, it ends after the last quarter is
Tears-They used to -sway empires and ruin kings;
now they sway easy-marks and ruin complexions.
A Boston doctor tells fat women that by dancing they
can get thin- And he might tell the thin women that
in watching th fat women dance they can laugh enough
to grow plump.
5tore You Hear So Much.A
RS. J. J. NEIL ENTERTAINS. MOONLIGHT PICNIC.
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can~etthn. ndhe igtotl the Thinda woeon thatg
ClubYo H a aso Muc. hre tAbls
Mrs J. J. Neplayer enjoyaied ThrMrzHli ans. gaesa ote'
~~~~~y ~ ~ ~ h afternoon inhnrowrlih incFia ein in Miso
doze guets ereresnt.ro-ae Neis. enteg condg tsandice
~n tea and andwichesvere served. mHyeWli ab is
;ed.Te"Fu HOseme PRGRM ed as OOKaerone. wlecul
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and Oilbea modrn all- ct o fe-ejoe rs e ot'
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RexIngam th drecorof hethe afternoon as hldy f'rni
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te. Te FourHrgeenam.e-OO saLadcUse, wt ri
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lesto ictussrecevn hostatio the BokhurslstFrday afternoonnhnro r
rgeofoperatorsassigned ayt its firs metickg Whie Oak. Inuth
BYtIfomto W IREL sion of hereeiing lne there was. norGlan
eau.rMrMam, Maarse, .H.iPthrik
hibi senTYotti alfo h EETO IN HONOR OF Mr.MW.PtikMssaRSh
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:ained wireles recengsatiovning Thaumrs arno gues hwaso rskt
arger of opeats ssinedb Barch, of.writrifhfait eie Oak. an'thi
yre Yor tonFiveiabnesfwere ece n iewr r.Gadn
bride. Mrse score, pr.rK.e.,-aPtbox
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velS, whiethMOoby BARUCl Moreof lbaaasr-or
evein ars Tspnindavning.lamr.Ec us a se
hoanoro Miss Simon aruch, of.rt e aort eiewt
~w Yrk. Fivetabes wre etf advi'ce iri managing husbands'
r brdge Th scre riz, aboxfor Mrs. Patrick, who is one of the
~welwhie he ooy fllto ar 'ate brides. The "bits bf advice'
Mc~oald Th laterpar ofere read by Mrs. K. R. McMaster
e eenig as pet i dncig.and caused much amusement. Th<
ew ad cke eresered.recipes were placed in a recipe cab.
-,et and presented to Mrs. Patrick
~OK TOVS-WecansaveyouAbout thirty guests,. called durirn
mone on ool~ stoesthe afternoon. Ices and cake weri
VOL. 1, NO. 23.
How We Do-It
There is no secret about our ability to show right here
in our home town all the new and fashionable togs that
the big shops in New York display. We have trade
c8nnections with a firm in New York City whose buy
ers are in constant touch with the designers and crea
tors of women's fine wear, these experts select and ship
us the new styles as soon as they appear in the big city.
Present style tendencies demand tailored waists. We
have just opened a shipment of smartly tailored cotton
blouses. They are designed of lovely dimities and white
madras. They possess all the ear-marks of good work
manship. Priced $1.25 to $2.00.
While the jumper dress rage Is on everybody is hunt
ing for lace guimpes. We have them. They are made
of pretty laces and nets.with abbreviated sleeves. Some
in cream, others all white. Priced at $2.25 and $2.75
-and worth more.
Wool jumper dresses are just right for-the early fall
season. We are showing a good number in all wool
Jersey in rookie and wood brown at $5.75. If you pre
fer a pretty plaid jumper in wool velour with self belt
-we have them at $8.75. Good styles.
Skirts, Skirts-in plaids and stripes. Our New York e
buyers'advise us that they are shipping us an assort
ment of sport skirts that will surprise our friends-the
values and styles are great.
ModelsP4' (A- Display
An attractive showing of Autumn
and Winter Millinery in all the new
est shades for the Fall season now-(
P~atterns-Smart Tailored Hats,
Ready-to-Wears and Sports Hats in
Handsome Black Hats, featuring
proininent style points of the season.
A good assortment .of Children's
Hats in Felt, Beaver and Velour..
Ribbons in all widths and. colors
including cire effects and novelties.