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Everyqne is agitated about shoes.
The question is 'whether iiilady is to
wear the new stubby toed French
shoe, or to hold faithfully to her slen
der aristocratic American last. The
French last in a subtle modiflcation is
Ilnally proving a formidable rival of
the long narrow shoe. No longer can
it be said abroad of the American wo
man that, "By her shoes you shall
know her." The woman always seek
ing something new and different in
dress Is fascinated with this small,
stubby toed lerkdistent and likable
foreigner. but the one with staid cod
servative tastes will hold steadfast to
her vamp pointed toe temperament.
For those American feet to ,which
the strictly French last is unbecom
Ing, are a(laptions ihat gracefully con
cede a point for slneder length. Such
are a charming pair of beige suede
slippers with the most delightful sort
of open work, placed so as to call at
tention to an aristocratic Instep, and
another pair of dual leather oxfords
* LANFORD NEWS.
1Ianford, -March 22.-Rev. G. M.
Sexton preached his first sermon as
the new patsor of the Baptist'church
here, Sunday, and made a very fav
orable impression upon his people.
The woman's Missionary Society
will meet Saturday afternoon at 3
o'clock. It is Important that all mem
bers be present to help plan for a
quarterly meeting to be held here very
The Rural Improvement Associa
tion will meet next Friday afternoon
tt the school house, this being the
regular monthly meeting.
Miss Florric Lanford, of Woodruff,
visited Mr. L. M. Cannon and family
Miss Virglnia Dremmond spent the
%eet-end with Miss Carrie Lou 11ig
In the face of
them back. B
Ihere are only3 a f
just as good. 'Come
1 bale good Sheetin
Yard-wide Pecals, lii
315c Riverside >Plaide
35c Dres Gingham
Dress~ Goods, l1aids,
Good $4.00 Shoes,
at kind on *largai:
'Men's Shoes, wvorth~
on Bargain 'Rack
tanidaird tMlakes, B
2,000 ya'rdas of Bros
New Spr'ing patti
cr'eationls made iln <
Worn 'eIery W'herc.
This Great "Re
No. 1 Store
with the high heel militaire. ' Besides'
those are an interesting pair of satin'
or suede puips with long pointed toesl
and a decidedly feilnie tic across the
The oxford for walking and sports
wear has assumed a more sensible air
and is not so long and pointed as here
tofore. Its lines are more rounding at
the too, conforming more to the nat
ural lines of the foot. For suinimer
there are shown many attractive mod
els in white kid, buckskin and canvas.
Many of them have that becoming va
riation ,the opera or baby French heel,
making the sumiier pup) or oxfords
Some of these Independent affairs
are (uite regardless of any distinction
between afternoon and evening. For
instance, a black satin and brocaded
slipper, adorned with a bow ranges
widely In color and ever, appears in
gold and silver. The most gorgeously
studded rhinestone and steel cut
buckles festively decorate many of
the evening slipers. With such buc
The public highway gang has
reached us and is at work on the new
proposed road '.'hich will :proVel a
great convenience .o the traveling pub
lic .as the roads are now in some plac
es almost impassable.
Mr. and -Mrs. Fowler Burns, Mr.
Truman Burns and Miss Leitha Wil
liams and Mr. and Mrs. Riddle, from
AWarrior Creek -section, %%4fsitcd Mr.
and irs. Clarence Garrett Sunday.
Mrs. Walter Odell and little daugh
ter, Nell, of Atlanta, are visiting
their mother, .MNrs. Ithel Lanford.
'liss Nannie Lanford came home
from Lander College last week and
was carried ,o a hospital in Columbila
for treatment. 'Her aunt, Mrs. .1. B.
Cooley is t,) remain with her. The
last reports from -her are that she is
impioving nicely. Her many friends
will be glad to hear this encouraging
'Mrs. C. D. Cox has returned from a
very pleasant visit to her sisters in
)W'S YOUR C)
a COnstant rise in priCes il
ut you know our middle
iOODS FOR LESS
ew items picked at ramdomn f rom
.'We have :Ihundr11eds of othiers.
I 1o go in this sale .... ....19c
Iht colors, sale price .... ....25c
, sale prlice ... ....... .... ..25c
new goodls, sale pije.. ....25c
RGA[N COUNT ER
Suitings and Percales. Ging
o 40ec a yard, sale price . .. .25c
dd(1 and ends. Few pairs of
' Rack, sale 'price .........$1.98
up .to $5.00. Find -your ize
............. .......... .$2.48
Ilue Illell and Everetts and
Iur price ......... .... ....35c
~an Rlomper Cloth, 50e value.
~rns, our price ......... ....45o
cry hasn just ,a-rrived, t'he lates~t
mir work rooms in 'Baltimore and(
Organization Sale" is a t<
my's Chain of Stores a su
210 West Laurens
6y?)oz ihy5 7ran C
kles, a blue and silver combination
goes skipping about under the bril
liant light with all the assurance
which belongs only to something very
Stockings have p)roved to be anoth
er disturbing feature of. late. There
was a time when .ne caught only a
glimpse, and a yery unsatisfying one
at that, of a conservative boot in com
pany with conservatively matched
stockings. But now one has not far
to look for a generous expanse of
transparent stocking. Typically
French are colored hose that (o nut
match black shoes, in beige, gray or
elephant color. In all shades, too, are
the various kinds of lace stockings,
some elaborate in design, and others
with only the narrow lace stripes.
These are used for evening also, and
so are others, elaborately embroidered.
Very tempting is a silver gray stock
ing with inhets of silver .lace, giving
the wearer a decidedly gay and fes
tive feeling and assuring perfect con
Miss 'Pauline Waldrop is in Hen
dersonville and will be In school there
for the next three months.
Mrs. J. R. Patterson entertained a
few of her friends recently with a
sumptuous dinner. Those 'present
pronounce her a charming hostess.
The White Deer of Corao Forest
In the Cozne forest in Glen Cannie
ly, Inverness, Scotland, a white fawn
has recently nmde an appearance
in a herd of red (leer. The animal
has been observed closely through a
telescope, and is sild to be pure white
with the exception of a slight bluish
mark on the neck.
Oysters by Measure.
Edward was asked to go to the store
for oysters. He went nnid asked the
man for two pounds of oysters. "We
don't sell oysters by the pound, my
boy, only by the measure," said the
dealer. The boy thought a moment,
then said: "Then let me have two
i the wholesale world it 1<
J .P. Coa ts 'Spool 'Cot ton,
5pols, sale prIic ..
25e LadI(ies' 1Hose, stictl;
'eml no0w, sale price .
. 15e Men 's Soeks, assortei
315e Men 's Socks, sale pr
50e Hlosiery, sale priie .
Iloy 's 50e Underwear-1
15e Shoe Polish-French
25c Tralcuim 'Powders, saie
Air Float Talcum P~owd
$1.25 Wine of Cardui, si
$1.20 Wampoics Cod Livi
$1.15 8. 8. 8. 'llood 'Medi
1 set Whi-te Pl1atco, worth
1 set White Tea Cups ar
6 boxes .Ma,tehes, worth 41
6 ecakes Laundry Soap.
1 lot Men's Work Nhirts,
We have .in stoek now9,
and1( Childreni's Shoes
leet from and save (101
>ken of our "Appreciatior
ccess as "Hustlers." "Mc
BARKSDALE NEWS. *
'.SO* * *9**o .o e . . e o S
'Barksdale, March 22.-The tender
st sympathy of everyone goes out to
dr. John Owings In the recent loss
>f hils wife.
Mrs. Mck Oxner was called to the
)edside of her daughter at Greenwood,
vho has the flu -and pneumonia.
-Mr. James Todd, of Fountain Inn,
;pent a fe wdays In our section last
Mrs. AW. H. 'Barksdale Is spending
twhile with her daughter, near Char
Mr. and Mts. Lee Tumblin and fai
ly, of Aiare Shoals, were the guests
f Mir. and Mrs. Wade Tuiblin Sun
Mrs. Bob 'Butler, son Wade, and
laughter Mamie, of near Gray Court,
were visiting friends here Sunday.
'Mr. and Mrs. Marion Abrams and
ramnily, Mr's. Mollie Balentine and
laughter, Dewie, spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. MeCuen, near Ware
The flu pAtients of this community
are better at tfiis writing.
Possibilities In Honduras.
With a population estimated at
600,000 and an area approximately
equal to that of Pennsylvania, Hon
duras has abundant room for develop
went. It has a tropical climate with
few of the usual disadvantages. The
interior is mountal %ous and salubri
ous, with consideral e rich land autta
ble for diversified farming and fruit
growing, while all of the remainder,
even the deep mountain slopes, is used
Do They Sell the Rice Later?
In the interior of China natives
hnth hoth heniit and d(uck eggs by bury
ilg them in lukewarn rice, which they
Dyed Her Faded
Skirt, Also a Coat
"Diamond Dyes" Make Shabby Apparel
Just Like New-So Easyl
Don't worry about perfect results
Use "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to glv<
a new, rich, fadeless color to any fabric
whether wool, silk, linen, cottontor mixer
goods,-dresses, blouses, stockings, skirts
children's coats, draperies,-everythingi
A Direction Book is in package.
To match any material, have derle
show you "Diamqnd Dyo Color Cardq
I'T WAIT !! (
>oks "foolish" to sell goc
IOODS FOR SAM]
130 yards and iregnla r
... .... ......... ....5c
first. (Come and~ get
.. .... ..............15c
1 color's, sale prie' . . . .10co
cec.... .... ..........25c
......... .... .... ....38c
lot winter weight, sale' 11o
Drlessing, sale price ....9
price .... ..,...... .17c
Lera, sale pr'ice .... ....7c
Ice price .... .... ....84c
$1.50, sale price . .. . $1.25
d Saucers, wvorth $1.50
2c, sale price ...... ..25c
worth $1 .50, sale prie c $1.25
00 pir is of 'Mlen 's, Womn 's
itnd Slilppers for y'ou Io se
" for your -past trade gi'
re Coods for Same Mon<
No. 2 Store--No
WHOE M il
KEEPYOUR SHOES HEAT .
When sending for
Meal and Hulls do
not forget that we
are selling for cash
Laurens Oil Mill
E GOING ON
D0ME AT ONCE!!!
ids for less than it will cost us to buy
E MONEY---ALL THE TIME
SE\SATPIONAL~ lRARGA INS.
heart. SoapI, sale 1price .... ................5c
/b a rge size 10eI cake of Ar'mourc's Soap, sale p rice 4c
15e box (3 eakes) 'P'oilet Soap, sale rice .. .. ..8c
10eh TPurkishi Bath $oa p, sale price .... .... .....5c
A rmnour's 10 I f~Itard Wateri Toilot,'Soap, sale price 5c
Larrge size I saund r'y (Soa p, .sale p ri c. .... .. .. .. .5c
GRNAT IALN-E PINE SPR~ING GLiOTIII-NG GOES
IN BIG SAIME.
1 .000 'loy 's good Wool Suits at righit price. .Just
the same good1 Clothes for less money. 10) per (cnt
oil any suit.
Best line of Men'.s fine suits we have ever shown
at .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...$19.95 10 $32.50
SP~I NO S'I IK TI [HDS.
Men 's b)eautriful,'bright Silk Tlies, newest patternIs,
special .... ............ .........39c to $1.45
35c (ullity of Illeachinig, Purity, yard wide . . .. 25c
40ec quality of fine sof t 'Bleached Cambriec.. .. ..33c
2,000 pairs ,Moni's good heavy Blue Doemin Over
alls going in sale a~t. .. .. .. ....$2.25 and $2.75
1,000 pairs of Boy's good heavy Blue Demin Over
.alla, aworted ages 4 to 16 and youth's sizes. 2( .
to 32 .... .... .... .... ... ... .....$1.48 to $2.19
ren us which has made the J. C. Burns &
sy"---."Same Goods for L..ess Money."
rth-side of the Square. Burns Block