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From 10 to 12 o'cloc
.o 5 o'clock Saturday a:
extra grade white hon
homespun is limited 15
A FEW 0
Best grade 40 inch wh
Best grade apron gingha
Ladies' hose (black, tai
Men's Socks (black, navy
Men's Work Shirts (whi
Boys' Blue Work Shirt
Men's suspenders ....
shoes for men that we E
goods of the
MrT 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
in Columbia with her daughter, Miss
Mr. 'F. A DesPortes left on Tues-.
day for a trip to Richmond, Baltimore
and New York.
Miss Nan Neil entertained Friday
evening in honor of Mrs. Clarence
Ledgerton of Charleston.
Miss Alice Doty, Miss Elizabeth
D.oty and Miss Lilla B. Ketchin spent]
Saturday in Columbia.
Miss Malinda Murphy, of Spartan..
burg, spent several days this week
with Miss Carrol Clements.
Services will be held at St. John's
Episcopal ehurch Sunday morning at
11 o'clock. Public is invitedL.
Mrs. M. W. Leitner returned to
Marion this week after three weeks
spent at Mrs. M. W. Jackson's.
Miss Julia Gantt left on Thursday
for Charleston, W. Va., to visit her
sis~r, Mrs> Ernest Fergsuon.
Mr and Mrs. H. E. Caldwell spent
several days this week in Charlotte,
with Dr. and Mrs. J. C Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. R. Langdon,
of Stockton Calif.,, spent the week
end with Mr and Mrs. John Bratton.
Mrs. J. M. Brown has retrrned to
her home in Charlotte after spending
a month with her mother, Mrs.M H.
Mrs. J. D. Hatchet returned to At..
lanta on Friday, after spending sev
eral weeks with her sister, Mrs. U.
.Mr. and Mrs. Clarence' Ledgerton,
left for their home in Charleston on
Monday, after spending the week-end
k Saturday morning and from
ternoon we are going to sell E
espun at.2 1-2c a yard. .Th
yards to a customer.
ite homespun ............9c 3
i, white) .............. 10c I
r, palm beach, tan, white. .10c I
le they last) ..............5(
re offering at $2.98. These al
The regular monthly meeting
he Guild and Woman's Auxiliary o
t. John's Episcopal church was helt
t the home of Mrs. Dees Wednesda;
Miisses May and Susie Dubose, whi
~ave been he guests of Mrs. W. D
)ouglas for several wceks, have :
urned to their home in Sewanee
Miss Cornelia Thomas delightfull:
~ntertained for Mrs. Burckmye
hursday evening at the home o
drs. Amos E. Davis, Jr. Four table
~vere set for bridge. After severa
xciting rubbers, punch and sand
~viches were served.
The juniors of the Mt. Zion Higl
school gave a reception on Frida:
vening at Mrs. J. H. McMaster's i
onor of the senior class. The horn
as prettily decorated in Doroth:
erkins roses, the class colors hemn
pink and green. Games and dancisi
~vere enjoyed till a late hour. Thi
nusic was furnished by the Walke:
)rchestra from Charlotte. Ices an<
~vafers were served. Punch war
;erved throughout the evening.
MISS MURPHY HONORED.
Miss Margaret Neil entertainec
n Tuesday afternoon in honor o:
4iss Malinda Murphy, of Spartan
urg. The house was decorated i
weet peas and nasturtiums. Abou
wenty guests were present. Rasp
erry ice and wafers were served.
Mrs. John Fayssoux entertaine<
;he Tuesday Afternoon Bridge Clul
fn Saturday afternoon. There were
;hree tables of players present. Th
abes were placed on the porch
hich was very attractive with bowl
f Dorothy Perkins roses. At th
'onclusion of the games it was foun
;hat the highest score was a tie be
ween Miss Carrie Elliott and Mrs
. R. McMaster. The guests of th
lub were Mrs. H. E. Caldwell, Mis:
carrie Elliott and Miss Gene Smith~
t salad course with iced tea wa:
We have just received a: fi
heel, solid leather Peters sh4
M - the ridiculously low price of !
We mean that these are b;
is We have al'so received a fu]
Boys' Suspenders ..........
Boys' Suits (13 to 18) ......
Other Boys' Suits........
rQ Extra grade Ladies' Sandals
Extra grade children's sandal
>r Men's Bandana Handkerchie1
c Men's White Handkerchiefs
. Ladies' shirtwaists (voiles, e
re Ladies' Silk Hose (all colors)
ie denied, and
f ROUND DOZEN.
:1Mi. HI. E. Caldwell was L. stess
to the Round Dozen Club on Tuesday
afternoon. The house was prettily
Ddecorated in sweet peas, nasturti-.
umns and corn flowers. The roll call
was answered with current events.
The following program was carried
out: "Poe, the poet,," Miss Alice
Doty; "Poe, The Short Story Writ.
V er," Mrs. J. M. Jennings; Reading,
r ,"The House of Usher" Mrs. U. G.
fDesPortes. The discusson on "The
s Raven", was led by Miss Libelle Cur..
1 lee. Besides the regular members
- present the guests of the Club,
were: Mesdames P. M. Dees, J. D.
Hatchet, of Atlanta, Ga., F. A. Des-.
Portes, S. L. Lindsay, J. M. Harden,
Jr., Misses Lucy Doty and Beck Han-.
ahan. A sweet course was served.
7' M'iss Frances Creight entertained
the Cultus Club on Friday after..
' noon at the residence of Mrs. J. J.
B Creight. The roll call was answer
r ed with the names of American nov..
I elists since 1860. The program was
5 as follows: ''People-in the Public Eye"
by Miss Anna McCants; "Literary
Notes," by Miss Marie McCants;
"A Book Review," by Mrs. W. H.
Macfie. The guests of the Club
present were: Mesdames John Bo-.
mar, Poccock and Miss Belle Hiar.
ris. Refreshments of ices, wafers
and nuts were served.
- MUSIC CLUB.
Mrs. R. Y. Turner, Jr., entertained
the Music Club at its May meeting
on last Friday afternoon. The pro..
Sgram which was on Paderewski, was
Sas follows: Piano Solo, Paderewskit
e Minuet, by Miss Alice Doty; Pader-.
B ewski's Musical Career, by Miss Beck
Hanahan; Piano Solo, Paderewski's
SMelody, by Mrs. J. H. Boulware;
Paderewski's Political Career, by
Mrs. G. F. Patton; Interesting Events
in the Musical World," by Miss Lucy
'Doty. Wafers and ices were served,
.666 quickly relieves Constipation,
s Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and
Hadaches, due to Torpid Liver .
-esh shipment of ladies' low
>es that we are offering at
L line of Peters Scout Work
(rubber heel) ......$1.98
s (sizes to 2)....... $1.98
te, sizes to 54)........98c
we defy any
ro, S. C.
BRIDGE PARTY MONDAY AF
Mrs. P. M. Dees entertained in
honor of Mrs. Presley Burckmneyer,
of Hendersonville, N. C. Six tables
were set for bridge. The living room
ws 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 cgake were
FAIRFIELD GENEROUS IN
RED CROSS RELIEF WORK.
Mrs. John H. Cathcart, chairman
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 naked suffering
children, many of whom have never
had a decent garment since their
birth. Fairfield has every reason to
be pround of her generous response
to this call, a response which has.
not been confined to an~y 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"
which ir so many communities see.m
ed to have died out since the war is
still living in old Fairfield.
CIVIC LEAGUE MEETING.
The Civic League held its regular
monthly meeting on Monday after
noon in the Community House. At
his meeting it was found that there
were funds in the treasury to pay the
balance of the $100 debt on the pi
ano, and $50 was given to the Com
munity League to help pay the in
surannee on the building. Plans for
beautifying the grounds around the
Community House were 'discussed.
Some much needed minor improve
ments in the Rest Room were plan
close out... $1.95
t HEART BEAT
LS THE SOUL
greater love came, and
fought it out.
th settings and gowns
anything DeMille has
0 and 40 Cts
'e is so great that the
e it against rain while
next week's paper for
L4en's two-piece underwear .........
Ither men's union suits ............
qen's Sealpax and B. V. D. union suits
J. & F. Coats Thread (150 yds spools)
Boys' pants (sold for $1.50) choice ...
Best grade oilcloth (Meritas) ......
%len's Silk Hose (worth $1.00)......
)ne lot Ladies Slippers (sold for $8.00)
Boys' and Men's Caps .............
Beautiful grade 40-in,voiles (35c val)
Ladies extra sized gauze vests (42 and
A. few more children's gingham dresses
13 inch Indian Head (while it lasts)
and- all comp<
IT WILL QUICKEN YOU
A PICTURE THAT THRI]
A DRAMA OF POIGNA
HUMAN EMOTIONS UNDEEl
And it proved for worse; then a
hungry hearts and duty
Staged by a great company, wi
more varied and georgeous than
brought to the screen.
Admission - 2
(P. S.-The cost of this pictu
management was forced to insur
shown here on May 27th. See
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