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PUBLISHED BY THE PROPST COMPANY
For the Man Who Cares
Styles of the Times
Florsheims are made for men who appreciate good
looking shoes with fit and service equal to their style.
Years of progress bring to Florsheim wearers the best
that fne shoe making has yet produced.
Florsheim stakes their reputation on every pair of
shoes they make and put the name in the shoe totell you
so. They expect one pair to sell the next and it usually
does. Florsheim merit and reputation do not disap
point. We want to show you the new Fall styles in'
Watch Your .Step Mr. Man
Because prices have dropped-some men are going
to make the misteke of paying too low a price for Over
coats. For example they will pay $25, when they should
pay $30 to $37.50-and along about January when their
bargains pass dividends they are going to be a dissat
isfied lot of cold citizens.
Why isn't it better to insure your winter'sr coinfort
now by trading safe. We are offering Michaels-Sterns'
all-wool Overcoats at.$33 and $37.50-don't go lower
it's slippery down there.
Beginning next week we are
L 4 CA Sshowing on-Monday, Wednesday andw
MisMargaret Neil Social Editor. JD.Hth, fAlnaset
Miss Majime Peeples left FridayG.Dsoes
~or Atlanta, Ga.s
Miss Nan Thompson spn this P adwl s iiin e
wee in Batmoe soD.3dG.adeli hr
Mrs. Horace Traylor is visiting ThmayfensoMisJlae
in Georgetown. . ,lb ga oharta h
Miss Etta Lee Scruggs is -at home sipong
from Wifnthrop College. . ioreundSt
C.S. McCants ha5 returneduryfrmatowesvitatl
James L. Smith spent part of last Mr.SmJdnoBatoei
week ,at Davidson College. vstn e aetM.adMs
Miss Kate Brown is visiting her J adn
cousin, Mrs. 0. E. Crowson.MssEihagaelftatSt-I
Mrs. Ellen Meadors spent last ryfoHatvlewreseil
Saturday in Columbia. tahnx er
*Margaret Oates, of Chester,1eked~nClmi ihMs
Mrs. Lon P. McMaster is visiting ThmsLeof paanrg
her daughter, Mrs. T. H. Ketchin.senthwekndihhspans
Dr. and Mrs. R. G. HamiltonCatanMr.ohL.Les
spent part of last week in Rock Hill.
Lawrence Smith, of Spartanburg, dyframnh8vstt e oh
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bry- e nCnod
Don't fail to- see the big c. medy ba pn h ekedwt e
at the Community House MondaysitrMs.TH.echn
Mrs. Edwin McDonald and sister, en ogauaedo h ria
Mrs. Izzard, spent last Saturday inofadghelstTsay
Columbia. M.adMs o ar eeL
Mr. W. F. returned Sat-thgussoMr.Lnadob
urday from several days' business oTesaanWdedy.n
trip. Jh .Cter etMna f
*Mrs. Smith, of Concord, is visit- ~ronfrCae ilt ne h
g her daughter, Mrs. Jack Des-UnvriyoNrtCaln.
Miss Elizabeth Coan, of Winthroplatwe inHdronle, hed
lIege, spent the week-end at her geto r.Pese uciee.t
me here. M.adMs ~A e~re n i
D obert T. Goodale, accompa- FyAlnDsots rMs i
ed~ his wife and Miss Mary Ba- ~BrcMs .H coel
r Goodale spent last Sunday with UG e~re n iteMs aac
r. and, Mrs. J. 0. Boag, returningDeorespnpatflstwk
OPST WEE Y
WINNSBORO, S. C., September 30, 1924.
The most essential book to a college student is dad's
When you look at women you think their old saying
"I have nothing to wear" is really -true.
Nowadays women are very much like nlad-a whole
lot depends on the dressing.
Thirst in peace, thirst in war. aind 1#irst, in the
throats of our countrymen.
Many girls say they won't marry the best man in the
world, and, as a matter of fact, they ne WO do
It is hard for a girl to tell a man's re& ature since
It is easy to admire good people, but t i. hard to en
A married man always knows which side his bread is
buttered on-because the other side
It takes a brave girl to wearwhen she
knows she has bowiegs.
tore You Hear S ch A
Miss Matti .Martin spent the ______________
eek-end with ber mother, Mrs. S.
Mrs. A. W. Brewu, . Mrs. P. M.
ees and Miss Bessie Chalmers were /
isitors in Columbia Saturday and
Mr. and Mrs, James Mobley, of
lumbia, were the guests of Mr. (Nex
id Mrs. S. D. Ellison for the week
Miss Carrie Crawford is spending
e winter wth her aunt, Mrs. Jno.
. Catheart. She is attending school
Mrs. Thomas .Smith, of Concor~ - E
C., and Mrs. J. D. Hatchet, o
ianta, Ga., are thei guests of Mrs.
Clarence Bruce and Charles Doug
s have returned to Atlanta, where
ey are in their .senior year at the
lanta Dental College.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. DesPortes,
y Allen DesPortes, Jr., and 3. W.
els are visiting Mrs. W. C. Boyd
Charlotte, N, C. -
Mr, and- Mrs. L.* Pritehard and
ughter returned Friday froi New
rk, where they have been visiting
s. Pritehard's mother.
Robert Weathersby returned to
kory, N. C., on Saturday, after
ending last week hiere with his
nt, Miss Lizzie Johnston. " E '
Miss Simona Baruch returned to"M E
r home in New York Wednesday,
ter spending several weeks here
.th Mr. and Mrs. F. A. DesPortes.
Midshipman Charles McDonald re
med l1 eek to the Naval Acad
iy at Annapolis, after spending a
,nth's leave with his aunt, Mrs.
Miss Sara Law Kennerly celebrat
her eleventh birthday Friday af
oon, by giving a party to about
enty of her little friends. The -___
ie hostess received many attrac- Toy MtZouwilsak u
re gifts. A very happy afternoon ?rte~od#~ ttesao
s ~ spent in outdoor games. -Ices, '~ tr r ,tit aet
e and candy were served. bk:mt
(Continued on page eight.) this year. -b trust thi
VOL L NO. 24.
Don't Sleep Cold
For your health's sake keep warm at night time
Good, fluffy wool blankets will keep you warm and com
fortable during the long cold winter nights, and upon
wakening in the morning you will feel refreshed in min I
and body. You will find our prices very reasonable.
Real Underwear Values
The recent cold snap is nature's warning to us to pre
pare for Winter. Naturally, our first thought will be
of seasonable undergarments. Mothers will, be inter-,
ested in knowing that we are prepared to outfit every
member of the family with warm, comfortable under
wear. Our showing of union suits is especially strong.
Nothing skimped about them but the price.
Boy's Haynes knit unions at $1.-E. Z. Unions 'for
children at $1.
be Tea Room.
bDoor to News and Herald Office)
. DINNERS .
RESHMENTS and BANQUETS
PLANNED AND SERVED
Stock of . ~
CAKES AND CANDIES'.
SYOUR FRJIENDS AT THE TEA .
ROOM EVERY DAY."
claim will be denied after the game tendance than the opener had.
is up. The hour of play will be called '
at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. As Mrs. L. E. Burns and Mrs. T. 0.
an incentive to play a great game Evans, of Maxton, B. C., are veit