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From 9 to
3 to 3:30 p. r
a yard===15 y
These are th(
we have beer
Men's extra grade susp
Beautiful 40 inch voiles
Men's large sized han
C. M. C. Crochet Threa
Men's socks (all colors
J. & P. Coats thread (1R
Ladies hose (blk, tan,
36 inch good bleaching
Infants' hose (white, I
Miss Ellen Ellison is at home for
Mr. K. R. McMaster spent Thurs
day in Columbia.
Miss Ella Crawford Heath is vis
iting in Charlotte.
Mr. A. J. Bynum, of Sumter, was
in town Tuesday.
Mr. F. L. Candee returned from
Miss Janice Wilson is at home
from Brenau College.
*Miss Lucy Delleney is visiting rel..
atives in Winnsboro.
Mr Wardlaw McCants broke his
ankle Wednesday while playing ball.
Francis Mayes returned this week
from the Presbyterian College, Clin
Miss Marian Ues, of Columbia, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. John Seig
~ittle Mary DesPortes is much im
proved after a slight attack of co
Misres Floride Martin and I.ouise
Ellison spent Wednesday in Colum
Mrs. Heyward, of Columbia, is
visiing her daughter, Mrs. Edwin Mc
F. A. DesPortes has returned from
a visit to Richmond, Baltimore and
Mrs. W. 0. Brice returnedl from
spending a month with her sister,
Mrs. J. W. Alling.
Mss Harriet Coan arrived last
Saturday from Abbeville where she
has been teaching.
SMiss Alethea Mayes, of the Chi..
cora College faculty, arrived at
home on Wednesday.
Miss Catherine Ellison, who taught
the past session at McColl, is at
home for the summer.
Miss Lucille Kirkpatrick, who
taught the past year at Lancaster,
i t home for the summer.
?:30 a. m. and from
n. an extra grade
spun at 2 1-2 cts.
ards to a customer
h same goods that
i selling for 5 cts.
(worth 35c) special ..... .22c yd
[kerchiefs (10c value) ......5c
I (15c value) .............. 10c
--extra good grade) . . . . . . . .1Oc
i0 yard spools) ............. 6c
- ......................10c yd
>lue, pink) ................10c
Miss Mary Carlisle Elliott return
ed home Wednesday from Winth.rop
College where she was graduate2..
Mrs. Burton McClure, 'f C3=.
bia, arrived Monday to be with her
husband, who is contractor for
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. Quattlebaum was badly hurt on
Thursday afternoon while playing
Messrs Clarence Bruce and Charles
Douglass, of the Atlanta Dental Col
lege, are at home for the summer
Commencement exercises of Mt.
Zion School will be held at Communi
ty Theatre Thursday and Friday
nights, June 2 and 3.
Misses Margaret Brice. Hazel
Crowson, Ella Ketchin, Elizabeth
Coan, Marion Seigler, Agnes Macfie,
and Mary Douglas returned from
J. M. Smith. Misses Gene and I'rene
Smith attended the graduating exer..
cises at the Presbyterian College,
Clinton, where James L. Smith was
graduated. this week.
The many friends of Miss Lida
Neil are glad to know that she is
doing well after an operation for ap..
pendicitis. Miss Neil is at the Co
Miss Elizabeth Sloan~ attended the
commenicement exercises at Winthrop
this week. She was accompanied
home by Miss Gertrude Goss, of Bos
ton, and Miss Lottie Carroll, of
The ball game on the local field
Tuesday afternoon was a hot contest
between the mill team and our town
boys. Both sides played excellent
ball and at the close of the ninth
inning the score was a tie, 1--1.
IN HONOR OF TEACHERS.
Mrs. G. F, Patton entertained on
Tuesday afternoon in honor of the
teachers of the two schools. Mr.
and Mrs. P. M. Dlees. Mr. and Mrs.
.T. M. Lyles. Misses Ellen and Cath
erine Ellison were also present.
Sherbert. cakes and nuts were
36 inch Pongee (value $1.00 yd)
(Splendid for shirts and dr
40 inch extra quality white orga
40 inch better grade organdy (7
40 inch Permalawn organdy (ve:
Men's blue work shirts ......
Ladies' middy blouses (good gr
Extra heavy cannon cloth (the
36 inch Fruit of the Loom ...
36 inch Lonsdale cambric (nair
Ladies' silk hose..........
Infants' socks .............
Boys pants (sold for $1.50) choi
Men's separate underwear (50c
Men's extra grade union suits ($
Men's Sealpax and B. V. D. unior
Beautiful curtain scrim......
Table of cldse out women's slipp
Best grade Meritas oilcloth
Mrs. Richard Smart is visiting
Mrs. R. E. Ellisen.
Sam L. Cathcart was graduated at
Clenson College this week.
The many friends of Mr. Sam 0
Castles are glad to see him out
Miss Jennie Roseborough has re- ci
turned from a visit to friends in New i
Mrs. Eugene Woods and littlet
daughter have returned from a visit id
Dr. and Mrs. Tom Davis, 'of At- fi
lanta, Ga., are the guests of Mrs. P:
Amos E. Davis.
Little Misses Katherine, Marjorie
and Sarah Wells are visiting their
aunts at Holly Hill,
Mr. Richard Crosby, who has a it:
position in Buffalo, N. Y., is visiting T1
lhis mother, Mrs. Meadors. thi
Mrs. J. L. Kennerly has returned Pr
from a visit to Col. and Mrs. Richard
McMaster at Camp Jackson, Pr
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Young of Af
Westville were recent visitors at the po
home of Mr. W. P. Castles, an
Miss Minnie Lee Seigler has re
turned home from Winthrop College,
where she graduated this week,
Messrs P. M. Brice and D. A. HoL~ WV
laday and Miss Ruth Wallace, of: cot
Columbia, spent Sunday in town with rol
Mr. and Mrs. H, E. Caldwell. of
Miss Mary Seigler passed through Sc:
Winnsboro WVednestsdy en route to Cu
Sumter to attend the marriage of lor
Miss Sarah Edmonds. T io,
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Patton motor- ra~
edl to Columbia Wednesday to meet of
Capt. and Mrs. Chas. Dwight, whorc
will spendl the summer in Winnsboro',C
Mr. and Mrs. H, E. Ketchin, Mr.
andl Mrs. J. M. Jennings and Mr. and
Mrs. John W. Seigler attended the
commencement exercises at Winthrop sur
College. where Misses Priscilla to
Ketchin, Beck Jennings and Mary cor
Seigier were graduated this week, Bu
ndy (50c quality)... 5 fa
5c quality) ........49e B
ry crisp) .......... 7:k
ade) ............. 69 T
best) ......... 2.3 y te
sook finish) ...... 23
.............. 25c L;
:e . .. .... .. .. .. ... .50c
value) ........75c suit
1.00 values). .. .. .. .75c S
is ($1.50 values) . .$1,00
.... ...........10C yd SI
rs (sold for $8.00) Be
................. $1.98 Sh
0, S. C.
THE BRIDGE CL UB.
A business meeting of the Thurs..
y afternoon Bridge Club wvas held
th Mrs. Dees last Thursday at five
:ock. New members were elected
d change of time in meeting was
It was decided that all fines from
b members should go towards the
surance on the Community build
g. The amount in the treasury,
ree dollars, was given to the pres..
ent of the Civic League for this
use. Miss Rebecca Hanahan was
cted to membership in the club to
I the place left vacant by Mrs.
Mrs. W. M. Wolling was hostess
the Round Dozen Book Club at
meeting on Tuesday afternoon.
ere was no regular program as
s meeting was a business one.
e following officers were elected: I
sident, Mrs. H. E. Caldwell; Vice .
sident, Miss L. Curlee; Secretary
I Treasurer, Mrs. W. M. Wolling.
er the business matters were dis
~ed of a frozen salad, sandwiches
i iced tea were served.
THE BOOK CLUB.
he Book Club met on last Friday
h Mrs. Matthew Patrick at her
ntry home, at White Oak. The
Icall was answered with items
interest about New Foundland.
nce Edward Island and Novia
tia. The program was as follows:
rent Events. Mrs. lHorace Tray.
Prominent Men and Women of
ly. Mrs. .T. H. McMaster; Lab
or, Miss Carrie Elliott: Writers
the PresentDav. Mrs. M. W. Pat
. Ices and cake were served. 0
AMBERLAIN'S COLIC AND
very family should keep this .nre
~ation at hand during the hot
imer months. It is almost suref
be needed, and when that time
es, is worth many times its cost.
Specials in SI
We handle and will
11 the famous Peter
and Shoes==Shoes w
ond Trade Mark on
hese shoes are absolu
ed to be solid leather
'e pass this guarantee
[ese shoes are handle<
indled for fall at barga
pecials in Men's D
irts without collars ($1.75 value)
tter grade dress shirts ($2.25 valu,
irts with collars (striped and
bushel for seed.
Xthree more car I<
X *W.R. D
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH
choarship and Entrance Exainra.
The examination for the award of
Tacent scholarships in the Univer..
ity of South Carolina and for ad- th
nission of new students will be p
ied at the County Court Housesi
JULY 8, 1921, at 9 A. M.
Applicants must not be less than
ixteen years of age. When scholar..
hips are vacant after .July 8, they
ill be awardled to those making the-'
ighest average at examination. pre.
'idedl they i..eet the conditions gov
*rning the awardl. Applicants for us
eholarships should write to Presi_ ar
lent Currell for se)1olarship applica. m
ion b'anks. These blanks properly h
iki out by the applicant should be al
led with Dr. Currell by July 5. th
eh ':rhips are worth $100. ''ree a fe
tion and fees. total $158. Next ses. or
ion will open Sept. 14, 1921. For a
urther information write N,
President W. S. CURRELL. t
University of South Carolina. cc
Lth the Dia
on to you.
I and will be
thirty cents a
Want to buy *
ro, S. C. 1
Members of the0 U. D. C and
A. R. sold poppies last ISA.dzay
r the benefit of the F'ren h or..
ians. About $30 was reahmed
No special exercises were bh.11 on
is clay, but every one who Vvore a
ippy on the 30th of May pad -,
ent tribute to our (dead w :eg
"Chamberlain's Tablets ha-:e bjeen
ed by my husband and rnyself ogf
don for the past five years. When
y husband goes away from }homie
always takes a bottle of then
ong with him. Whenever I have
at heavy feeling after eating o~r
el dull and played out, I take one
-two of Chamberlain's Tablets
id they fix me up fine," writes Mrs.
ewton Vrieland. Minoa. N. '/. Take
ese tablets when troubled with
Pstipation or indigesticn and thcy
il! do you good.