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REAL VALUES
If your boy has a tendency
to use the seat of his trousers
for eyeglasses and you want
to correct this habit-come in
and let us fit him in a pair of
corduroy pants. We have the
best ever at $1.50 Pr.
Moleskins-Mr. Man if you
want a real work pants that
will give you worlds of service
under most trying conditions
invest in a pair of our mole
skins pants. The size range
is very complete. Priced
$3.25.
Men who like comfort in
their work shoes must see our
special army last shoes in hign
grade tan nubuck with full
single soles. This shoe is de
signed for comfort and wear,
flexible bottoms, rubber heels
-$5.
Just say-Arrow Tex-fel
lows if you want the new
semi-stiff collars that every
body is wearing just now. We
have them in all sizes and
heights. You'll say they are
comfortable about the neck.
Priced 35c.
Overcoats for boys. If you
want your little fellows to
keep warm on their way to
and from school bring them in
and let us fit them with a
good all wool overcoate. Smar.
styles in all sizes. Priced
$6.00 Up.
SCHOBLE HATS
In selling hats we don't
stop at just showing your size
-we show you hats that fit
your face as well. You can
no more give every man the
same style hat than you can
the same size shoe. There's
a difference in our hat ser
vice. If you have a mind to
find out about it-head-up
this way.
Schobles $4.50 Up.
Others $2.00 Up.
COLUMBIA-CHARLOTTE ROUTE vice
TO BE IMPROVED York
Fenn
The State. Fort
Chester, Nov. 26.-Good roads en- Luca
thusiasts from all along the route ward
from Charlotte to Columbia, includ- and
ing Fort Mill, Rock Hill, Chester, H. S,
Woodward, White Oak and Winns- Wi
boro, assembled here Friday and form- the a
ed a permanent organization to im- consi
prove and boost what will be known ln
in the future as the Carolina Short this
Line highway from Charlotte to Co- 112
lumbia for tourists to travel. Colu
The meeting was called by the good
roads bureau of the Chester chamberofd
of commerce and definite action t ofeet
this time resulted from the recently me
S authorized $500,000 bond issue in meet
Fairfield county, which will make gate:
funds available to complete this aloni
through highway. th
Officers elected are: Col. A. L. the<
Gaston, president, Chester. Three Co
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Dress Up for 7
LT DON'T MEET YOURSELF! IS THERE ANYTHING
ONE'S OWN FROCK-OR ANYTiI1NG QUITE SO SATIS
GARMENT WHICH YOU KNOW IS THE ONLY ONE Of
IN OUR SELECTION OF STUNNING NEW FROCKS, CC
SON ARE MANY STRIKING MODELS THAT BREATHE
IS AN INDIVIDUAL CREATION DESIGNED EXCLUSI
CERTAINLY, BEFORE VENTURING INTO THE WHF
MORE OF OUR LOVELY FROCKS AND ONE OF OUR S
GRACE OF SILHOUETTE-THEY EXPRESS, INDEED,>
FROCKS PRICED $1
COATS PRICED $11
SUITS PRICED $2
Smart New Bel
THEY'RE ALL HERE-THEY'RE ALL WARM AS TOAS
BUSINESS AND YOUR OPINION OF US PERSONALLY
FOR US-FOR YOU.
PRICED $25-62'
LEPROPS'I
"The Store You Het
esidents from each county:edachimnotemeigan
ohn T. Roddey and Dr. W. W.H.BBrnhseetyofheC s
l, Rock Hill; Col. J. Lee Spratt,ercabro cm ecas er
Mill; Robert Gage and E. R. tr.B .Hyado in ar
l, hester; Fairfield, B. H. Hey-fil cony tld fth re nts
Rion; W, A. Patrick, Woodward cs nhscut fte$0,0
odon A. Johnstone, Winnsboro; bn su fe rtatdfgt
dams, Chester, is secretary. Heasemhizdtevleote
hthe completion of the road inton algthsiecoprigii
cnity of Fort Mill, now under teitrs fti rjc. ClJ
ution, and the Fairfield countyI.eSratoFrtMlasudth
rm Blackstock to Winnsboro,asoitnththepplofFr
hrough route for a distance of Ml onhpwudseta h ih
iles, connecting Charlotte and wyi mrvdtruhta eto
bia will be finished,.oteMclnur ie ne h
fficers will compose the board peetbn su f$0,0 n
etors, which will hold monthly ohrpasta hyhv ne
ins and the association will wy
emi-annually, with five dele- JonTRdey fRckHlsp e
from each of the larger townsenhsatclyifvo ofhep
he route and one delegate from jc sawoeadtega ee
maler towns to he named by fistbedrvdro ths igw .
moutvvic pesien. H ped s theman r of the e lan
I. A.H..BGastoncofChecertarenof- ofeRocksHill
hakgvn
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QUITE SO MORTIFYING AS TO MEET THE TWIN OF
'YING AS THE CONFIDENCE THAT COMES WITH A
ITS MODEL IN THE CITY?
lTS AND SUITS FOR THE FALL AND WINTER SEA
rHE VERY SPIRIT OF FIFTH AVENUE-YET EACH
SELY FOR OUR PATRONS.
T $35.0-.- -
PASANDSUTFO THEAL FALLE AND INESEA-U
TAELY ORE OUATRONHSTE YMCHE-TR
50-TO539.50.
ed Ovsi erotheseni
vo fthspoosM tuh Aboute
ied acys i d h'e socedio thaeti godrashehsats a n
irst work in Fairfield county under "mpsiltoac tintti
he new bond issue would be to im- adesyu epea odme
-oeteroad from Blackstock toExednl rgetialty t
~tinnsboro. ln xrs oeta hse
Senator D.:.vid Hamilton of Ches-SotCaliawl eblto t
er and Representative J,~ L. Glenn, m eitl tt ytm hr
r., in their talks manifested intenis ae d n oenhgwy.I
nterest in the Carolina Short Line b ffrhrsriea ae
oute and spoke of highway develop- avs.
nents in general as it pertains to Pln weemd toa to d
outh Carolina. John M. Wise oftiehouglterue.Mp
hester also indorsed the plans ofbeppadatocan ohrm
he association and urged them to co- ltoefcily alths ig a
perate effectively in this work. teatnino ors rvl
E. D. Sloan, field engineer of the frtmeigo h ietr i
outh Carolina Highway commission,.eda okHl nJnay
ave the newly organized association
aluale information. Ahmnbigcnoelo
T. . Krkatrck prsidntof heowl orf otwCrlin cat u otrut
Tharlotte chm~ber of commerceadngtpoorp uoditci
NEW GOODS
Just the thing for luncheon
sets-full 54 inch width linen
finish Indian Head material.
You can think up many uses
for this material for fancy
work items as Xmas draws
nigh. Good weight. Priced
50c. Yd.
We received today a lovelv
quality of soft nainsook in a
check design-flesh color.
This material will make beau
tiful undergarments for holi
day gifts. % Full yard width.
Don't miss this value. Priced
50c.
Are you interested in pil
low tubing? Then you are in
terested in knowing that we
are showing the fine Pequot
tubing in 42 inch width. If
you are planning to hemstitch
some cases see this material.
50e Yd.
Our patrons gave us a run
last week on bloomer satine
and our stock was exhausted.
Fresh pieces were received
this morning in navy, brown
and bl4ck-same fine quality
full yard wide; fast colors.
Priced 50c.
White homespun is on the
rise. If you need any don't
delay your purchase. We re
ceived two bales this morning
that we have priced very close
-31 inch width at 10c yard.
Better grade yard wide at
15c.
REGAL
SHOES
Mineola
NEW FQ(YTWEAR
The smartly clad woman is
wearing oxfords and strapt
pumps this fall. They find
them less troublesome than
the high tops that take an
hour to lace. Then too when
worn with wool hose they are
warm and comfortable. Our
showing of footwear for
street and afternoon wear is
very complete.
Oxfords $4. Up .
Straps $5. Up.
CHILDREN'S SHOES
If you want your little ones
to enjioy shoe comfort this
winter-let us fit them with
ur Foot-form last shoes.
We have them in full fzes
from baby to Miss.
five NOTICE
am- All persons are hereby warned n;
pos to hunt or otherwise trespass on the
Young Place. Each and every viola&
i:tor will be prosecuted to the~.f flle~t
extent.
ing. Note-Last year, parties disregard
be ed our objections and hunted on the
aro- lands. This year our Attorneys have
nd been instructed to prosecute each and
ain every hunter with out referring the
sur matter to us.
cai .3. H. McMaster,
date .J. s. Ketch~in.
ver- NOTICE
, ill _ _
er- All persons are notified not to tres
to pass or in any manner on the lands
'he owned or coptrolled by the undersign
Ibe ed in any manner, either by hunting,
fishing or removing straw or allow
- ing cattle to roam on said lands. Vi
hoot olators will be prosecuted to the ful- -
mid - lest extent of the law. ,
J. F. and A. E. Davis.

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