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values we are
" tion to make
and see for y*
Children's Fancv T
I value, all go this weel
200 doz full bleac
arm holes, 12valui
45 in Voile F
I New lot go on sale
in the most wanted p
all at special the yard
20 yards Poe Mills
20 yards to each buye
Burnt Cork Minstrels
, May 23d, at 8:15 p.m
k Music, Songs and
Don't Miss It!
At the School House
Proceeds to complete
paying for orean.
? ren 15c, adults 25c.
Life in Newberry.
b Local correspondence the daily press,
r Mrs. W. H. Carwile assembled a
number of ladies for a game of auction
bridge on Monday afternoon in
compliment to Mrs. 0. E.^Johnson, of
* Charleston. After the game an ice
course was served.
On Tuesday afternoon the Bachelor
Maids' club enjoyed a social meeting
with the Misses Davidson in Boundary
street. Refreshments were serv
Mrs. R. D. Smith entertained a few
friends informally on Thursday morning
in compliment to her sisters, Mrs.
J. H. Hollingsworth, of Augusta, Ga.,
and Mrs. 0. E. Johnson, of Charleston.
After a hour or more spent in
social intercourse, the guests were invited
into the dining room, where a
luncheon in several courses was enKjoyed.
, A number of young people enjoyed
a moonlight picnic on Thursday even
ing at "Leatane Rock," about four
miles from town.
The Jasper chapter, D. A. R., met
Friday afternoon with Mrs. W. G.
Houseal in Caldwell street. At the
conclusion of business, refreshments
ueek on the entire r
nfferina were nevi
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May a "Banner M
, Fancy Tops.
op Sox, 15 and 20c A mor
z at choice the pair month oi
H7P Vpsk Money
MUV V WfcVt
:hed, tape neck and B.
t , . and wear
e, all at choice
louncing 98c. 45 inci
this week, deep work ?? at sPe
atterns, $1.50 value,
______ One !o
jjlU(T Sa*e ^r^Ce
Bleaching (limited) ___
$1.00 It will
For the Bus
A good reliat
writes when there
when there isn't,
where in a seconc
For the Hi
That will soil n<
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note or a lengthy
The HOOSE ?<
Mrs. Marie Gary Eason, of Charleston,
is the guest of Mrs. J. M. Kinard
in Calhoun street.
Miss Eleanor Martin is attending j
the commencement exercises of Chicora
college at Greenville.
Mrs. James Harrison Hollingsworth,
of Augusta, Ga., is visiting her sister,
Mrs. R. D. Smith. (i
lew, fresh, crisp, se
>r before heard of.
^ T 4= /*/TiC?^0 ha
UFllll 11 uuoio iw
New Millinery S
e handsome lot of beautiful Hats has
: May. We can show you more Hat
had to start the season on. We car
Saving Chances Get Better.
and R. &. G. Corsets give more sati
than any Corset on the market. Se
i Lingerie Embroidery Flouncing, Hi
cial May sale price
t wide plain Taffeta Ribbons in all
Don't Miss Thi
pay you to come 100 miles to get th
"The Store That's
elf Filling j
IN YW$ ^
Ja DAM* n KiTfi TTff
I1C 1 CIlj Oil YY ajr O
i is ink in it, and
can be filled anyI.
imo f a flu
;mt uuuj j
either fingers nor
>es away with the I
sll and dip.
Cirl nr R^r
I villi VI J
for a class room,
Miss Nora Belle Drake, of Bennettsville,
spent Tuesday and Tuesday
nifht Tcftb Mi<?? "Rlpnnnr Martin nn
|her way to Greenville to the commencement
exercises of Chicora college.
Senator Alan Johnstone is in Atlanta,
Ga., attending the meeting of
the Southern Presbyterian church as
a commissioner from the South Caro..
? m a
'.asonable stock, f:
As we have state
thing to try us. B
till Rolls In
; never been seen in the State during
s than most of the side show Milli
ry the stock and we do the Milli
May Corset Sale New Mod
^faction to the square inch in con
ie the new models at
$1.49, $1.98 and u]
andsome designs and sold at $1.50
colors and black and white, value
is May Sale.
Every Fly Killc
The common house fly is a meana<
How do you know what loathsome
has just come from?
Join the nearly 6,01
cists in swatt
Join the great ' campaign no\
this wide land by the Rexall Stor<
A big, energetic, earnest can
house fly?and thereby lessen c<
death?a campaign that will be tr
results on the comfort and healtl
Thousands of Do
The Rexall Stores everywhere h?
They are providing practical meai
you to help kill the flies. They wil
The Rexall Stores are giving then
pense that involves.
But it's in a good cause, and Th(
hv rhp snro results the greater comfc
Come in and get a free fly swattei
fly killed in May means a thousar
Miss Rosalyn Hipp is attending the
commencement exercises of Elizabeth
college at Charlotte.
Mrs. 0. E. Johnson has returned
to her home in Charleston after a
visit to her sister, Mrs. R. D. Smith.
Mrs. J. W. Kibler is visiting ier
rom every depart\
d before, it's our
est way?the only i
V V UI vuwwuws
I the Medium weight for Pa
nery Dresses, worth i2^c, Mi
lels. Seamless Si
rifort 81X90 Bleached Sheets,
the 75c quality, May sale
Laces at 5c, Worth
' . Round' Thread, Valer
and Cotton Cluny, wort!
}c only the yard
I5C' Gauze Vi
Ladies' Gauze Vests, f
^neck and arm holes, a bij
to each buyer at
d in May Meam
*e to health, a carrier of disease germs
i place the fly that lights on your foe
OO Rexall drug- ~
ing the fly 1 ? *
v beinp- launched all over heal
lpaign to exterminate the j .t
mtagion, disease and even food
emendous in its beneficial duri
i of ninety millions of people.
liars Being Spent by K
lv0 entailed a big expense in this philan
is for this great work^ in which they a
I -Pn r?-n ic>> thp lrrmlements.
1 J. U J. A.L A.I ^ -
Free RexallWire F1
1 away free to each adult person who a
j Rexall Stores?America's Greatest D
)rt and health here, in neighboring tow
* now, <ind bt eln swatting the fly at on
id killed in June.
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;r (x w<
he Right Drug Ston
brother, Dr. Sheldon, at Liberty.
Miss Carolyn Cromer is visiting her
sister, Mrs. L. C. Moise, of Sumter.
Miss Bess Burton retrained home on
Friday from Easley, where she taught
during the past cession.
Mrs. J. W. Crosland returned on
Friday to her home in Bennetteville.
vay is come
jamas, Waists and
ly sale price
torn and hemmed,
Up to 12 l-2c.
l up to i2J/>c, at
ull bleached, tape I
I ioc seller, 5 Vests
Killed in June
, a frequent cause of sickness and
(3?or on your little baby's face?
ies caused 25 preventable deaths
uincy, Mass., last year, according
ie annual report of the board of
th, just made by its secretary, Dr.
I. E. Jones.
ie board will, in consequcnce, seek
- - 1 J l
Slation to compel an ucaicio m
stuffs to keep eatables covered
ng the fly season.?Boston Daily
:thropic campaign. ,
sk your co-operation. They want
. sks for them. Just think of the ex
'rug Stores?will feel amply repaid
ns, elsewhere, all over this broad
Krflonco u ie 9 fact that every
U^.vu .V ? - - *
after a stay of several weeks "with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Goggaas.
A girl in Bath, N. Y., who has fallen
heiress to a $700,000 fortune, likea
typewriting so well that she won't give
up her job.