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10,000 yar
2 1=2 cents a
m. and from 3
to a customer.
Good, heavy overall cl
8-ounce duck .......
Men's handkerchiefs
Men's heavy overalls
Men's work shirts
Men's union suits
2 1=2 cents a y
sell these good,
is packed with
L 0t V A L S
Miss Carrol Clements spent part
of this week in Chester.
Miss Jennie Roseborough is spend..
ing some time in New York.
Mr. Addicks Kirkland spent the
week-.end at his home in Camden.
Mrs. Eugene Woods and little
daughter are visiting in Gaffney.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. White spent
several days in Camden last week.
Miss Sallic E. Gossett spent sev
eral days in Greenville this week.
Mrs. Robert Hood has returned
from a visit to relatives in Columbia,
Misses Virginia Owens and Kath
leen Willingham are at home from
Chicora College.
Miss Alice Doty left on Wednes..
day for a visit to Washington, D. C.
Sand Buffalo, N. Y.
Miss Clarkie Willingham is vis.
iting her sister, Mrs. D. W. Hall.
ford in Columbia.
Mrs. F. A. DesPortes and Mrs
John Lyles are visiting Mrs. WV. C
Boyd in Charlotte.
Miss Claudia Buchanan, who taugh1
the past session at Gibson, N. C., i~
at home for the summer.
Dr. J. C. Caldwell, of Charlotte
N. C., spent Sunday in town wid
his mother, Mrs. J. P. Caldwell.
Mr. and . s. H. E. Matthews, o1
Charlotte, N. C., spent the week-en.
with Mrs. Stewart W.* Heath.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. -Withers anc
children of Chester spent severa
days this week with Mrs. J. J. Neil
Mrs. E. H. Gresham and son, Ed.
win, of Columbia. are visiting the
former's mother, Mrs. N. A. Wil
James L. Smith, who is a membsn
of the Senior class at the Presby.
terian College, Clinton, spent severa
dlays in town this week..
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Buchanan re.
tur'-d home on Tuesday aftr spend.
ing -week with their daughter, Mrs
Geoe Coleman in Montgomery, Ala
'hings at
.E BA]
for Saturday
is White Homespun
rard, from 10 to 12 a.
to 5 p. m.---15 yards
Is for Week
>th ....................19c yd
.... .......23c yd
............................ 5c
......................... $1.00
.......... ........... ... 615C
ICE=--Please don't
ard. This homesp
5 before or after th
new goods at Bag
Miss Eddie Sweet is at home for
the summer vacation after teaching
at Moore, Spartanburg county.
Rev. C. W. Boyd, who was at one
time rector of the Episcopal church
here, spent Tuesday night with Mr.
W. D. Douglas.
Mrs. R. K. Thompkins and: little
daughter, Nancy OuidaL have return
ed to their home at Kershaw, after
visiting Mrs. N. A. Willingham.
Mrs. E. A. Cloyd and son, James,
of Columbia, have been visiting her
sisters, Mrs. N. D. Roberts, Mrs. L.
W Hawes and Miss Mamie Craw..
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Ferguson, of Charleston, W. Va,. will
be interested to hear of the arrival
of a son, Wednesday, May 25.
Attention is called to the adver
tisement of Winthrop Ctdlege, an..
nouncing examination for entrance
and scholarships will be held in
Winnsboro on July 1.
Mr. Alex Williford, of Darlington,
spent the week-end here with his
mother. Mrs. A. D. Williford. Mrs.
Williford accompanied him home for
1a visit. s
The following Winthrop girls re
turned home on Friday: Misses
Gladys Burley, Margaret Brice, Eliz-.
abeth Coan, Hazel Crowson, Mary
Douglas, Ella Ketchin, Etta Lee
Scruggs and Bertha Turner.
Mrs. Pressley Burckmeyer return
ed to her home in Hendersonville on
Tuesday, after spending two weeks
with her mother, Mrs. R. E. Ellisgn.
Mr. Burckmeycr was in town for the
The collection in the Winnsboro
churches. Sunday for the Chinese suf..
ferers was $251.33. A very good
collection for a town of this size, and
if collections over the United States
are as much in proportion the Chi..
nese will not be sufferers very long.
Miss Cornelia Thomas entertained
at carIs Thursday evening at the res.
idence of Mrs. Amos E. Davis, Jr.,
in honor of Mrs. Pressley Burckmey..
er. For tables were set for bridge.
bowls of sweet peas. nasturtiums and
coreopsis. When the cards were laid
aside a frozen salad, sandwiches and
ncnh were served.
Men's (Peters all solid leathe
44 inch Indian Head (45c val
Other Indian Head (30c valu
36 inch Lonsdale Cambric, n
ue) ............
36 inch Fruit of the Loom (3
J. & P. Coats Thread (150 y
C. M. C. Crochet Thread (15
Extra grade oilcloth (50c va
Ladies Silk Fibre Hose ...
Ladies hose (black, tan, wh
Men's socks (black, tan, gi
Beach) ................
36 inch Silk Pongee ($1.00 v
40 inch figured voiles (35c va
forget the White U
an is of better grad
e hours stated: Fr
ain prices.
[E B
Theannual short course for home
demonstration club members will
be held at Winthrop college June 3-9
inclusive. Details will be in next
issue of this paper:,
A musical will be given by the
young people of the town at the
Community 1-ouse on Thursday even
ing, June 9th, at 8 o'clock. Admis
sion 25c and 35c, Proceeds to go to
the Community building.
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Lauder
dale, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
J. 0. Boag spent the 18th and 19d1
in Camden with Dr. and Mrs. Good
ale, returning home on the 20th af
ter taking in the Confederate re
The Ladies Aid Society of the
First Baptist Church held a very in
teresting mee'ting at the home of
Mrs. Doty on eWdnesday afternoon,
May 18th. The subject of the af
ternoon was "Dreams." At the con
clusion of the program delicious re
freshments were served.
Mrs. J. E. McDonald, Jr., enter
tained informally at a 2 course buf
fet supper on Thursday evening in
honor of the caste of "Mr. Bob." The
rooms were prettily decorated wth
bowls of nasturtiums and petunias
and potted plants. A most delight
ful evening was spent.
Mrs. A. Lee Scruggs was hostess
to the Tuesday Afternoon Bridge
Club this week. There were three
tables of players present. The house
was prettily decorated in nasturtiums
and sweet peas. The highest score
among the Club members was held
by Miss Lucy Doty. Miss Irene Cur
lee held the highest score for the af
ternoon. A frozen salad, sandwiches
and iced tea were served.
LOST-Last Sunday bet :een Blythe
wood and Winnsboro, black leather
traveling case containing man's toil
et article and shaving set, also la
dies' hand-embroidered handkerchiefs
in handkerchief case. Liberal reward
if returned to Bevil Coker, 167 Co
r) work shoes ......$ .2.98 9
.ue) ..................33c
e) ..............2c 3 d
insook finish, (35c val- 0
.... ..............27c vd
Oc value) .........3 yd
d spools) ............... C
e value) ..............10c
.ue) ..............33c yd
ite) ..................10c
ay, navy, white, Palm
ilue) ..............50c yd
lue) ..............22c yd
lomespun -that we
e than we sold la
om 10 to 12 a. m.
ro, S. C.
SSpecial I
Octagon Sor
6 cakes for 24
Limit: 6 cak
Phone 82
On Thursday afternoon the Moth
er's Club held it's May meeting with
Mrs. G. G. Mayes, ten members be
ing present. The following pro
gram was carried out:
Paper--"Physical Training as a
Safeguard for Boys"-Mrs. J. E.
McDonald; "Influence of Training
on Mind and Morals", Mrs. F. E.
Propst; "What Physical Culture
Has Done for One Man," Mrs. J. D.
McMeekin; "Physical Training for
School Boys," Mrs. C. F. Elliott.
After the program new officers
were elected for the coming year.
Mrs. F. E. Propst being elected
president, and Mrs. Samuel Linds
day vice..president.
Delicious refreshments of caramel
cake and punch were served.
D. A. R.,
The Thomas Woodward Chapter
of the D. A. R. held its May meeting
with the Regent, Mrs. J. H. Cath
cart, on Friday afternoon. The roll
call was answered with curren~t
events. There was no regular pro.
gramnas this meeting was a business
onor The annual report of the Re
gent and the treasurer were given
and the following officers were elect
ed: Mrs. F. A., DesPortes. Regent;
Mrs. K. R. McMaster. Vice..Regent;
Mrs. F. M. Gadsden, Treasurer; Miss
Margaret Neil, Secretary; Miss Sue
Doty, Registrar; Mrs. D. V. Walker,
Historian. A delightful frozen salad
with coffee and whipped cream was
Feters solid leather slippers ($5.00 v
Other ladies slippers (sold as high as
out at .........................
Children's gingham dresses ($1.00 val
Men's pin check pants (while they las
Boys' pants (sizes to 11 years) .
Jther Boys' Pants (sold for $1.75) chc
Ladies extra sized gauze vests (25c v
Extra Specia
36 inch curtain scrim (25c value) . ..
Extra heavy khaki cloth ...........
Ladies' voile waists (sizes to 54) ...
adies' black silk waists (sizes to 54)
hildren's romper cloth (35c value) .
are expecting for
t week. We positih
mnd from 3 to 5 p. M
or Saturda
p= = = 4 Cts
) cts.
~es to customer
Ray's Mea
* Riding Culti~
Use good Maclh
save time~ar
*Bi g Discoun
and S<
Columbia Lumber Manuf
Sash, Doors and Blinds, Inte
press and Oak, Flooring Cei
in ou alding'- Door and Wir
due) ...... . $2.98
I8.00) to close
Lie) ..........50c
ice........... 50c
alue) ........15c
......10c yd
.......19c yd
.......19c yd
Saturday at
ely will not
Our store
.per cake
t Market
tors :i
Wagons. A
inery and X
id labor.
. Come +
se x
acturing Company
nor Finish, Pine, Cy
ling, Weatherboard
ldw Frames.

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