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* DICKORY TAVEJIN NEWS. *
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Hlickcry Tavern, June 25.-The
crops are looking very good now but
we are needing some rain.
The peope vwere shocked to hear of
the sudden death of their friend, Mr.
Miss' Callie KightI is very sick af
this vriit ing but hope she Wvill recover
'Miss Verg Baldwin was the week- (
end - itor of her uncle. Ludile Aber
'Miss Eldna Owings of Rabus spent
part of last week with her sister, Mrs.
Quite a number of our people at
tended the burial of .ohn Pitts at
1, 10 yards., Brown 'Sea 1
8 yadls Androscoggii
8 yards 15c Yard widl
Twill- -- -
8 yards 15c yard wid
8 yards Bolt, Soft fil
Long Cloth ..--- .
10 yards White Dimi
Pure Linen Damask,
wide, yard .. . ..
10 Large Size Hluck
4 extr'a Large Size B:
Towels ...... -
10 yards~ good Val
Ladies' $1.25 Muslii
White and Flesh,
'rlendship) last Saturday.
Mrs. T.. . Babb was laid to rest at
tabilln Church Sundibay afternoon, af
eI il Illness of several months. Mrs.
labb was a devoted member of labun
ind a Christian. She will be1 missed
y her friends and family. She leavea
hu msald and three childreni and
cor-es of relatives to' moun her lost.
Mr. I ordie Owings and family of
Odell .spentf Sunday vith i.i-. and .trs.
Alesars John. 'Ihonasonl and It. T.
.copard who have been students at
3lemson, returned home last week.
Mr. John Brownlee, of IDials, was a
risitor of W. S. 'Dolt -Sunday.
A good many of our people went
0 Laurens to the closing of tho con
lest Saturday night.
.\iss Maye Roper, of .,aurens, spo)t
the wek-end with home folks.
It Our Dry Gooi
ting 10~J yad (tkn
8 yards; 1
1, 1 5c - -95C
.8 yards ;
Checks. I (yardsl
e Pajama 9Ginga
.loth. 12 yards
ish 15c 95 Gingra
Zhecks. 10 ya'ds
__ 6 yards I
2yards __95c Gilghf
1th .y 20 yards
959 20 yad
i Gowns, Ladies' I
each ...... C each..
r, Three Days
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L.ANFOltD NIIVS. *
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Nanford, June :.----.\ 1. LM. Can
lonl and little sonl, .lohn M. Cannon,
Ire visill; ir. 1,. M. Cannon andll
.r. .1. V. .Joh iwon and wife, Mr. Tr.
I,. Ilarney and faint ty spent Sunday
It. .\r. I1I. .\l. Johnlsonl's.
.\lrs. .alameis flyers and elild ren 4 are
the guest of Aliss Othella Johnson.
.\Itr. and Mrs. KI. l. Bomar were the
week-end guests of L. M. Cannon.
Mrs. Laurens Neighbors spent Sun
(lay night with her sister here, Mrs. .1.
It. Pat terson.
Mrs. .1. T. Iilttlejohn has returned
home after a week's stay with her
o0tl Straw d 95C
est Cheio 950
ood Ificlkory |
alcaster Apron 9
ood Apron 9
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enfrew 32 inch Dres95c
~dies' Union Suits.
~nit Union Suits M9
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luock Htill. S. C. .litte 20), 19117.
itor The .\dvertisel:
Iautiuens, S. C.
WIII you pl e publish, oi l
ions wih le I tiall senlding I", in youl ia
Thle Winthropi .\lulillae Assor~ationl
at1 its last Inleet ing dur11ing coninniencve
luent, passed theNse resohltions con
cerning thle need of a new dortniltary
ait Winthrop College. We Wish to en
list the interest, as far as possible of
the Alumnae who were not present it
Very truly yours.
Perances 'May 'Milling,
Secretary W\inthrop Alumna Asso.
Whereas, Mlany South Carolimju
m r I
y and Sat
rhege Three D~
8 yards Goo Yardi Wide
G yards Pacili yard wide
G yards 2()c (Galatea
5 yards 25e Kimona
5 yards 25c Sport Ctripe
8 yardsu 15c Muslin Stripes,
inches wide----- ----
10 yards Good Colored
Lawns-...-....---- -- --
1 0 pairs C hildrens ll osiery,~
4 pr. children's Gordon1lie
WVhite andl Black ..
10 cards Good Pearl
y, Friday anc
ook For You =
0 TRADE AT
ENS, S. C.
---so mir : m-ootm
young women have been denied each senti
year for a nnnber of years, admission expI
to Winthrop Nornmal and Industrial sire
CollegeIl, thle oneo instituitionl estlablishevd I
and supported by thme 8tateo tIe <iori
hiveher education, thev professina de
Iiaining anId the preparation for lil's vyoI
deties or tie youn w nli ofle th) r ll ny
SIlicat, over I0l00 having ben reu'e (A n
admission in 1 , a l fo and
Whereas, the graduates and ohilf - t
1denlts of an1 instituitionl are thlt: best-; C01
judsof te value of he -dhIotion will
Oppiortunitiesi whih it Offer.i and or by %,
the great wvork Which it i., doling and for
lhe greaterl work which it mlighIt. dL) s
::r, I.- v eilare of fav S1.a' If rpr tionl
v(y11pIled to dit it. Sa
Therefore he it resolved,
'irst, That we, the Alumnae Asso
(lation of Winthrop College, repre- 81.
t kiL la
ur day ==
9 -Chihldrous 515( ingh
9 Ladies' Hlouse Dresses,
9e Paul Jones $1.25 Mli
1 0 Ladies' Gauze
D9 C Vests
95 c .10 palirs~ adies"' HosP(
C 'an hiail ck
se, - " 9 c Ladies' Purie Threald
DC white anfd Black
59~ 10 BdalIs Crochet
ISaturcaay of TI
ing over. ,3.101) Winthrliop ahinghtoers
0;%1 o Vurl ar st anld hleartfelt de
and hi-eo that tile legishiatrIe aI t
wx,.: esin will provide anoth r
litory al WintIiop ''ohe:: in mt -
1hat no dleseroving SoIth Caroli na
I: W 01111111. wouln, prepared folr and141 desir
1 i or uI pon co v ':l; n k, I o pre
h r::elf f1 th ds 111 1 5O o (d ife, or
hie l se rviCe 4011to u w lov d
0. asii to)leahie busn e wohnan,
.;tillillityil.;! wo''e' l ll'tl,r
wIll (1 ie II( I'l.v
'conld, Thal a1 copoy of til, resolu
he sentI to the nevwspaperS of the
kllnd to thle Ininetuers of lt, legzii
11SC It I T 111 lTO l .\ DVE'RTISER.
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