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and evening sermon. Invitation has
been extended to Mr. S. Harold Greene
of Boston, to be present at this ser
vice. On this same day the corner
stone will be set. The public is sin
cerely invited to attend these srvices.
The new building and equipment offer
comfort to those who attend these
The Sunbeams will have a picnic
next Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock,
at -ne childrens play ground below
the baseball park. Each Sunbeam is
expected to pay five cents before
Monday to Mrs Gibson, Sunbeam lead-'
Rev. R. F. Revis was attending a
conference in Kings Mountain last
Sunday and there was no preaching
service at the Methodist church. A I
large number of the Methodists wor
shipped Sunday veeni.; at the Ba:
Mr. G. H. Lokey and family visitec
in Columbia Sunday. They were
caught in a heavy rain and 'received
a second baptizing.
Scoutmaster Gibron took eighteen
boys on a fishing hikt 1:.. week.,
Quite a few catfish were caught and
one monster eel. The boys brought
home buckets of plums and berries.
Needless to say that the red bugs
came along home with the boys.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Waterson, of
Kings Mountain, visited Mrs. Watter
son's parents, Mr .and Mrs. J. M.
Mrs. E. W. Roberts entertained
Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs.
William Grant Roberts of Atlanta, Ga.
Five tables were arranged for bridge.
After a series of interesting games
refreshments were served consisting
of frozen fruit salad, and iced tea.
The mill band is progressing in
shape. Professor Comsteck says
that the boys will be ready soon to
appear in public. They are master
ing a series of numbers that will en
able them to put on a very delight
ful programne. Prof Comstock is in
Winnsboro Tuesdays and part of Wed
nesday until 10 A. M. He gives in
dividual lessons on all instruments
and then at night he instructs . the
band enmasse. Prof Comstock says,
that if there are in Winnsboro not
more than five persons who would
like to take lessons on the violin, sax
ophone or any band or ochestra in
strument that he would be glad to
spend Wednesdays in Winnsboro and
give the Mill band another rehearsal
on Wednesdays from 5 to 7 P. M.
Domino Sugar, 2 1
Brown Sugar, 1 1
Corn Starch .
Rolled Oats, 2 foi
Puffed Rice .
Cream of Wheat
Grape Juice, pts
Dill Pickles (canne
Gohi Iu: l' ::i':Ss
Cocoanut (can) 2 1
If there is any one who would like to
take such lessons please communicate
with Geo. C. Gibson or Darby Floyd.
GO TO CHURCH
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Church-The Rev. Oliver Johnson,
Pastor. Sabbath school at 10 a. m.,
Mr. R. H. McDonald, Superintendent.
Bible Class for young men at this
hour taught by the pastor.
Regular church services at. i11
a. m., with sermon by Dr. Johnson.
St. John's Episcopal church: The
Rev. W. P. Peyton. rector.
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m., Mr.
G. F. Patton, Supt., with Adults Bible
Class at same hour conducted by the
Regular morning service at 11 a. m.
with sermon by the rector.
Sion Presbyterian Church--'he
Re, G. IT. Mlayes, Pastor
Sunday school at 10-a. m., Mr.
M. M. Stewart, Superintendent.
Men's Organized Bible Class In
the Community House at 10 a. m.,
-.ght by the Pastor.
Public worship at 11:00 a. m. with
sermon by the Rev. G. G. Mayes.
Methodist Episcopal Church: The
Rev. J. D. Holler, pastor.
Sunday school at 10:00 a. n.
Morning services at the usual hour
by the pastor.
First Baptist Church-The Rev.
John Bomar, Pastor.
Sunday School at 10:00 a. m., Mr.
A. Lee Scruggs, Superintendent.
Morning worship with preaching
by the pastor at 11:00 o'clock, also
at 8 p. m.
The B. Y. P. U. meets at 4 p. m.
Mid-week prayer meeting at 7:30
>n Wednesday evening, with talks
from the Gospel of John by the Pas
Union services will be held at the
The Modern pipe organ is a develop
ment of pandean pipes. Ctesibius. a
barber of Alexandria, is known to
iave had a crude pipe organ in 250
B. C. Archimedes had one in 220 'B.
J. The organ was introduced -in
Europe from Greece, being applied to
religious devotion in churches about
57 A. D.
ATTENTION, D4IRY FARMERS!
Clemson College, June-. Here are
the dairy farmer's "fourteen points",
which he should know and regard if
he would be successful, according to
the dairy specialists of the college.
1. That cows handled gently give
2. That cows are creatures of
habit and should be fed and milked
at regular intervals.
3 That milkers should not be
changid except when absolutely
4 That a good milker should milk
at lea.st eight cows per hour.
5 - That one good man can do all
the W'-rk connected with handling
twenty cows and their product, when
the .giftt is sold to a nearby cream
5 'ht a good cow has a large
stomach divided into four chambers,
andhathis stomach must be kept
full fo'r best results.
7. - That she needs therefore large
quanlities of rough feed and that this
feed must be grown at home.
8. That she should be fed grain
according to the amount of milk and
butter fat which she is capable of
9. That the number of cows kept
on the farm is not as important as
the quality of the cows kept.
10. That a pretotent purebred
bull, from a line of heavy-producing
ancestry, is a large percent of the
future herd and will bnild it up to
a profitable basis.
11. That a scrub bull, whether
grade or purebred, will make himself
100 percent of the future herd byi
making them all scrubs and vill soon
put the owner out of business.
12. That good milk cows are well
13. That skimmilk should not be
wasted on scrub bull calves.
14. That milk is an article of food
and should be handled accordingly.
,'FOR THE RELIEF OF
Pain in the Stomach and
Bowels. Intestinal Cramp
SOLD- EVERYWHERE. -
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To Meet Your Friends
MEET US AT THE BATTERY
WE HAVE BEEN LOOKING OUT FOR YOUR INTERESTS, BUYING
BRAND NEW GOODS EVERY WEEK AND KEEPING FRESH, NEW
GOODS COMING IN ALL THE TIME. ANYONE TIRES OF SEEING
THE SAME OLD THINGS WEEK IN AND WEEK OUT, MONTH IN.
AND MONTH OUT-AND WITH SOME, YEAR IN AND YEAR OUT.
WE POSITIVELY WILL NOT CARRY GOODS OVER FROM SEASON
TO SEASON; AND NOTHING STICKS UPON US, NOT EVEN THE
MUCILAGE ON THE POSTAGE STAMP. IT COSTS MONEY TO CAR
RY GOODS; AND, IF IT DIDN'T, WE BELIEVE IN NEW FRESH
Specials for Friday & Saturday
A new shipment of Ladies' Voile Dresses, $5.00 value, choice...................$1.98
A new lot of Misses' and Children's Dresses........................... 98c up
Big lot of Ladies' Trimmed Hats and Sailors, choice ................................... .. $1.39
These hats are so cheap that we have simply flooded the coun
try with them. Come, get in the flood.
Men's Heaviest Weight Blue Denim Overalls (38-44) $1.50 values)
...... choice ......................----. . ----------- ---. ... . -... ..-.. -----.--........... . . . .. $1.25
Misses' Hats ($2.00 values) choice . . .............................. -..- ..- .........98c
A new shipment of Hamilton-Brown Shoes, very reasonably priced. We
know that these are as good as the best. They were bought right. 4
Save Your Coupons
Everybody gets a coupon here with ear n and every purchase, and a
premium with $5.00 in coupons.
WHEN IN CHESTER VISIT OUR STORE AT FIVE POINTS
ON NEXT WEDNESDAY .
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SEE ENLOE PITCH. HOUSEKEEPER FINBS NEED
OF EVERY DAY.
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