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From 10 to 12 o'cle
'o 5 o'clock Saturday
extra grade white ho:
homespun is limited 1
Best grade 40 inch w
Best grade apron gingh
Ladies' hose (black, ta
Men's Socks (black, nav
Men's Work Shirts (wi
Boys' Blue Work Shir
Men's suspenders ....
Boys' Suspenders ....
goods of the
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Mrs. J. B. Doty has returned from
Mrs. John Bomar is visiting in
Mr. and Mrs. James Mobley spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mr. S. D. El
Mrs. J. L. Kennerly is visiting Col.
and Mrs. Richard McMaster at Camp
Mrs. S. G Martin spent the week
n Columbia with her daughter, Miss
Mr. F. A DesPortes left on Tues
ay for a trip to Richmond, Baltimore
and New York.
Miss Nan Neil entertained Friday
ver ing in honor of Mrs. Clarence
edgerton of Charleston.
Miss Alice Doty, Miss Elizabeth
)at d Miss Lilla B. Ketchin spent
Sat y in Columbia.
Miss Malinda Murphy, of Spartan
urg, spent several days this week
rith Miss Carrol Clemnents.
Services will be held at St. John's
piscopal church Sunday morning at
1i o'clock. Public is invited.
Mrs. M. W. Leitner returned to
arion this. week after three weeks
pent at Mrs. M. W. Jackson's.
Miss Julia Gantt left on Thursday
for Charleston, W. Va., to visit her
ister, Mrs. Ernest Fergsuon.
Mr and Mrs. H. E. Caldwell spenti
everal days this week in Charlotte,
ith Dr. and Mrs. J. C Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. R. Langdon,
f Stockton Calif.,, spent the week
nd with Mr and Mrs. John Bratton.
Mrs. J. M. Brown has returned to
er home in Charlotte after spending
month with her mother Mrs. M. H.
Mrs. J. D. Hatchet returned to At
mata on Friday, after spending sev
eral weeks with her sister, Mrs. U.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ledgerton, c
ft for their home in Charleston on(
onday, after spending the week-end 2
; for Saturday
ek Saturday morning and from 3
afternoon we are going to sell an
nespun at.2 1-2c a yard. .This
i yards to a customer.
bite homespun ............9c yd
am s ....................10c yd
,n, white) ..............10c pr
,y, palm beach, tan, white. . 10c pr
tile they last)'..............50c
ues cannot be
The regular monthly meeting cf
the Guild and Woman's Auxiliary of
St. John's Episco~l church was iLcL
at the home of Mrs. Dees Wedne.":
Misses May and Susie Dubase, whoI
have been the guests of Mrs. W. D.
Douglas for-several weeks, l-ve* -
turned to their home in Sewanee,
Miss Cornelia Thomas delightfully
entertained for Mrs. Burckmyer
Thursday evening at the home of
Mrs. Amos E. Davis, Jr. Four tables
were set for bridge. After several
exciting rubbers, punch 4nd sand..
iches were served.
JUNIOR-SENIOR RECEPTION I
The juniors of the Mt. Zion High
School gave a reception on Friday
evening at Mrs. J. H. McMaster's in
wonor of the senior class. The home
was prettily decorated in Dorothy
Perkins roses, the class colors being t
pink and green. Games and dancisg:
vere enjoyed till a late hour. The (
nusic was furnished by the Walker e
>rchestra from Charlotte. Ices and e
rafers were served. Punch was
~erved throughout the evening. b
MISS MURPHY HONORED. "
Miss Margaret Neil entertained
mn Tuesday afternoon in honor ofr
fiss Malinda Murphy. of Spartan
>urg. The house was decorated ina
weet peas and nasturtiums. About
wenty guests were present. Rasp
erry ice and wafers were served.
Mrs. John Fayssoux entertained g
he Tuesday Afternoon Bridge Club as
in Saturday afternoon. There were'I
hree tables of players present. The
ables were placed on the porch,
which was very attractive with bowls
,f Dorothy Perkins roses. At the
onclusion of the games it was found
hat the highest score was a tie be
ween Miss Carrie Elliott and Mrs.i
.R. McMaster..* The guests of the j
lub were Mrs. H. E. Caldwell, Miss -
~arri e Elliott and Miss Gene Smith.
L salad course with iced tea was B
We have just received a
heel, solid leather Peters s
the ridiculously low price of
We mean that these are
We have also received a I
shoes for men that we are
Boys' Suits (13 to 18) .....
Other Boys' Suits .........
Extra grade Ladies' Sandal
Extra grade children's sand
Men's Bandana Handkerchi
Men's White Handkerchiefs
Ladies' shirtwaists (voiles,
Ladies' Silk Hose (all color
F. . E. Caldweli was stess
o the Round Dozen Club on TuesiayJ
fternoon. The house was prettily~
ecorated~ in sweet peas, nasturti-.
ins and corn flowers. The r->ll callJ
sanswered with curre~ntevns
The following program was carried
ut: "Poe, the poet,," Miss Alice
)oty; "Poe, The Short Story Writ
r," Mrs. J. M. Jennings; Reading,
The House of Usher," Mrs. U. G.
)esPortes. The discusson on "Thne
taven", was led by Miss Libelle Cur..
se. Besides the regular members
resent the guests of the Club,
rere: Mesdames P. M. Dees, J. D.
Iatchet, of Atlanta, Ga., F. A. Des
'ortes, S. L. Lindsay, J. M. Harden,
r., Misses Lucy Doty and Beck Han-.
han. A sweet course was served.
Miss Frances Creight entertained
ne Cultus Club on Friday after-.
oon at the residence of Mrs. J. J.
reight. The roll call was answer-.
d with the names of American nov-.
lists since 1860. The program was
a follows: ''People in the Public Eye"
y Miss Anna McCants; "Literary
rotes," by Miss Marie McCants;
A Book Review," by Mrs. W. H.
[acfie. The guests of the Club
resent were: Mesdames John Bo-.
Lar, Poecock and. Miss Belle Har-.
.s. Refreshments of ices, wafers
ad nuts were served.
Mrs. R. Y. Turner, Jr., entertained
te Music Club at its May meeting
i last Friday afternoon. The pro..
ram which was on Paderewski, was
follows: Piano Solo, Paderewsk't
inuet, by Miss Alice Doty; Pader-:
vski's Musical Career, by Miss Beck
anahan; Piano Solo, Paderewski 's
elody, by Mrs. J. H. Boulware;
aderewski's Political Career, by
rs. G. F. Patton; Interesting Events
the Musical W-orld," by Miss Lucy
oty. Wafers and ices were served.
666 quickly relieves Constipation,
liousness, Loss of Appetite and:
eadaehes, due to Torpid Liver,
fresh shipment of ladies' low
hoes that we .are offering at
ull line of Peters Scout Work
offering at $2.98. These are
s (rubber heel) ......$1.98
%ls' (sizes to 2) ....... $1.98
etc, sizes to 54)........ 98c
we defy ani
)ro, S. C.
BRIDGE PARTY MONDAY AF
Mrs. P. M. Dees entertained in
honor of Mrs. Presley Burckmeyer,
of Hendersonville, N. C. Six table:;
v: cre set for bridge. The living room
:cs prettily decorated with bowls of
sweet peas, while yellow coreopsis
were used in the hall. The first prize,
a box of candy, was won by Mrs.
Amos E. Davis, Jr.; the consolation
prize, a deck of cards, fell to Miss
Annie Kitchin. The guest of honor
was presented with an embroidered
guest towel. Ices and cake were
FAIRFIELD GENEROUS IN
RED CROSS RELIEF WORK.
Mrs. John H. Cathcart, chairmn
for the volunteer Red Cross relief
work in Fairfield county reports that
between 900 and 1,000 garments, in
cluding 11 complete layettes, have
been received by her for the Euro
pcan relief work, and they have al..
rerdy been started on their way 'o
Europe where the Red Cross will dis.
tribute them to those nakr-d suffering
children, mnany of whom have never
had a decent garmen~t since their
birth. Fairfield has egery reason to
be pround of her gene!rous5 response
to this call, a response which has
not been confined to arny one section
of the county, but has come from all.
The willing, cheerful manner in
which the response has been made
shows that the "spirit of giving"
.'tch in so many commun8.ies ste.
dc to have died out since the war is
stll living in old Fairfield.
CIVIC LEAGUE MEETING.
The Civic League held its regular
nonthly meeting on Monday after
oon in the Community House. At
;his meeting it was found that there
were funds in the treasury to pay the
alance of the $100 debt on the pi
mo, and $50 was given to the Coin
nunity League to help pay the in
;urannce on the building. Plans for
>eautifying the grounds around the
lomnmunity House were discussed.
some much needed minor imiprove
nents in the Rest Room were plan..
Men's two-piece underwear
Ither men's union suits .....
Men's Sealpax and B. V. D. un
J. & P. Coats Thread (150 yds
Boys' pants (sold for $1.50) ch
Best grade oilcloth (Meritas)
Men's Silk Hose (worth $1.00)
One lot Ladies Slippers (sold fo
Boys' and Men's Caps ......
Beautiful grade 40-in voiles (
Ladies extra sized gauze vests
A few more children s gingham
33 inch Indian Head (while it b
r and all coi
IT WILL QUICKEN
- A PICTURE THAT
A DRAMA OF P(
HUMAN EMOTIONS U.
And it proved for worse; I
hungry hearts and
-Staged by a great compai
more varied and georgeou
brought to the screen.
(P. S.-The cgst of this
management was forced to
shown here on May 27th.
It's a Paran
.......... .50c suit
ion suits .......... $1.00
r $8.00) close out.. .$1.95
15c val) .........22c yd
(42 and 44)......15ce
dresses.......... 50c ea
ists) ............ 20c yd
YOUR HEART BEAT
THRILLS THE SOUL
NDER A SEARCHLIGHT
hen a greater love came, and
I duty fought it out.
iy, with settings and gowns
s than anything DeMille has
20 and 40 Cts .
picture is so great that the
insure it against rain while
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