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EMBROIDERY, 5c.
A.very good quality 5-iach Em
broidery Edging-Semi-An- Cg%
nu al <Sale Price .Ubi
MEN'S HEAVY COTTON
SOCKS, 10c.
Men's 'Gray Socks-not the best,
but a very good quality- 1 fl?
Smei-'Annual Sale Price... lUCs
TICK, 10c.
Straw Tick, Striped Patterns
Semi-Annual Sale Price, Ifln
yard.I Ubi
0-4 (SHEETING, 30c.
Pepperell 81-inch Unbleached
Sheeting-Semi-Annual QQ#?
'Sale Price-yard .JjCi
PERCALES, 15c.
36-inch Percales, light and dark
colors-Semi-Annual Salo ?jC.
Price-yard.luCi
7?C FLOWERED
ORGANDIES, 50c.
Flowered Organdies, worth 75c.
Semi-Annual 'Sale Price-(Jft0
yard.OU?i
LADIES1 VOILE DRESSES.
Just received, a lot of very pret
ty Voile 'Dresses-no two alike
and they are priced for the Semi
Annual Sale at
QQ Kn A?Nii ?rn nn
?pGiuo ?41 i uiuu
EACH.
LADIES' WAISTS.
White Lawn Lace-Trimmed
Waists- -Semi-Annual QQA
Sale Price.UUUi
$1.2."? and $1.50 Organdie and
Lawn Waists-Semi- QQN
Annual Stile Price .wUUi
Pongee Colored Soisette Waists,
real value $1:50-Semi- QQf\
Annual stile Price .wOui
Tailored Waists of imported Or
gandies--something real nice
Semi-'Annual
Stile Price .
LADIES' SK HITS.
Ladies' Hine Serge -Skirts ?.! ^rr
Semi-Annual Sale Price ..jpli'r?
.Ladies' Wool Serge Skirts
Semi-Annual ?C
Sale Price.?P?if?
LADIES' PLAID SKIRTS,
'Semi-Annual Sale Price,
$2.45'? $7.50
ROYS' PANTS.
Pants for boys 4 to 16 years of
ago-Cotton Stripes, 'Worsteds and
?Mixtures. 43oys' Pants, ages 5 to
8 years-'Semi-Annual 0Kf?
'Salo Price.?Ubi
Hoys' 'Pants, 6 to 9 years
Senti-Annual ^C?<
Sale Price.'tutu
Boya' Pants, JO to l? years
Semi-'Annual 7 Rp
Sale Price ,.1 whi
""" 'Boys' Pants, In 'Botter Quali
ties at Semi-Annual Sale Prices-.
$1.25T $2.50
$2.95
PATTERSON'S
Seneca, South Carolina.
Seneca, South Carolina.
Big Semi-Annual
3 J-Inch Sheeting, 5c.
Medium weight, smooth
Sheeting, 3 J inches wide,
Semi-Annual Sale Price,
Yard
5c.
35c. Table Oil Cloth, 25c.
Table Oil Cloth, white and
assorted fancy pattcrns,Semi
Annual Sale Price,
Yard
25c.
Our doors open Friday morning. July 1st, for our last month in the building we have occupied for
years. August 1st we go to our new structure two doors from the post-office and will there establish
our greater store. Our Special Sales in January and July are fixed institutions, and they always attract
the economical shoppers; but this July Sale, because of the forward step we are about to take, is of
especial significance. The biggest news in connection with our last month in the old stand is told in
brief descriptions and prices on this page. We have never attempted elaborate and flowery descriptions
of our goods; we prefer instead to have our customers realize the values after having satisfied their wants,
for "The Proof of the Pudding is the Eating Thereof."
LAMES1 SUITS,
?lust a few nice'Suits left. If wo
can lil you, the price will please
you.
Ladies' $*22.50 Suits,
Semi-Annual Salo Price
Ladies' $32.50 Suits,
Semi-Annual Sale'Price
$22.00
SILK DRESSES.
We shall not try to describe
these. Look them over. The val
ues are unusually good.
Ladies" $25.00 Silk Dresses
Semi-'Annual
Sale iPrice.
Ladies $17.50 Silk Dresses
SemijAnnual
Sale Price.
$17.50
sses
$12.50
MEN'S OVERALLS.
Men's Rino Denim Overalls, tull
and roomy-.
Semi-'Annual
Sale Price.
Wen's 'Hell tirade Overalls
Semi-Annual
Salo Price.
88c.
$l700
MEN'S WORK SHIRTS, BOC.
Men's Medium - weight Work
50c.
Shirts-Se m i - A n n u a I
Sale Price.
'Men's Heavy Blue Chambray
Work Shirts-Semi
Annual Sale Price . . .
65c.
MEN'S HATS, 88c.
Men's 'Every-day Felt Hats, well
worth $1.50-Semi
Annual Sale Price . . .
88c.
ROUSE DRESSES.
Chambray
..98c.
Ladles' Solid Color
Dresses-Semi-Ann u al
Price.
'Ladies' Gingham and Percale
Dresses- Som ?-Annual
Sale 'Price.
$1.45
Ladtos' High-grade Gingham and
Percalo Dresses-Semi- CM nc
?Annual Salo Price.yt 1 iUU
MIDDY BLOUSES.
iMiddies in Plain White, also as
sorted Color Collars, etc. 7C
$1.00 Middies.I UCi
$1.5Q Middies-Semi
Annual Sale Price .
$2.00 IMiddies-Semi
Annual Sale Price . .
98c.
$1.45
MEN'S DRESS PANTS.
Men's Pants are cheap again,
.lust received a lot of the best
values we hr-ve offered in several
years. Only two prices during tho
Semi-Annual Sale
$2.95 mo $3.45
LADIES' SILK WAISTS.
Crepe do Chine and 'Georgette
.Waists, assorted Colors and in a
groat many new models-Semi
Annual Salo Prices
$2.50 10 $5.00
'All-Silk Trlcotino Slip-over Blouso
in very pretty colors OP CA
Semi-Annual Salo Price, ?pUi?U
To arrange our stock and remark goods, we will close our doors two days-Wednesday and Thursday.
Friday morning our Semi-Annual Sale begins. We invite you to come and inspect
these unusual bargains.
Seneca,
S. C.
P
Seneca,
S. C.
SHOK POLISH, lOo.
Two-in-One and Shlnola Shoe
Polish-?lack, White and Tau-?
Semi ^Annual A t\n
Sale 'Price.I Ubi
HEAVY CHEVIOTS, 12ftc
Heavy Shlrtiug Cheviots, dark
StripeB, Checks and Solid Colors
Seml-Aunual 101/?
Sale 'Price-yard .l?'/2Gi
REMNANTS.
We have Just bought live thou
sand yards of Short Longths to go
on the Remnant Tahlo during our
Somi-Annunl Salo. Prices
10c.1X125c.
BOYS' OVERALLS.
Boys' 'Blue Denim Overalls
heavy and well made-^Semi-An
nual Salo 'Brice
65c.AN" 75c.
?Ol NCI I P10ROALKS, la He
36-inch 'Percales, light ilguros
and stripes-short lengths only.
Soo Komnant Table.
Soml-Annunl
Salo -Price.
LADIES' OXFORDS AND
PUMPS, 05c.
Ladies' Oxfords and Pumps
mostly small sizes and high hools.
Hood bargains if you can wear
them. Semi-Annual QRp
Salo Price.???i
121/2C.
$2.35
LADIES' OXFORDS, $1.0?
TO ??MAR,
Ladies' $2.50 and $3.00 Oxfords,
Semi-Annual Qi QC
Sale Price.y I iud
Ladles' $3.00 and $3.:>0 Oxfords,
Semi-tAnnunl
Salo Price.
Ladles' $3.50 and $4.00 Oxfords.
Semi-Annuul ?Q /t\Z
'Salo Price.?j?Ji^O
MEN'S OXFORDS.
Mon's $7.50 and $8.00 W. L. Doug
las Oxfords-Somi
Annunl Salo Price.
(Men's $1.50 Oxfords
Semt-'Annual Salo Price,
Mon's $3.50 Oxfords-?
S?inl-Annual 'Salo Price,
$6.00
$3.45
$2 95
MEN'S HATS.
Men's $1.50 Hats
?Semt-'Annual
Salo 'Price.
(Men's $2.00 Hats
Somi-Aunual
Sale 'Price.
Men's $2.50 'Hats
Soml-Annunl
Sale 'Price.
98c.
$1.50
.11.95
Men's $3.00 Mats
Semt-Auuuul
Salo price.
Men's $3.50 and $4. Hats
Semt-'Annual
Sale Price.,
$2.50
Hats
$3.00
Big Reduction
I N
Ladies' Slippers
We offer our entire line of
Utz & Dunn Slippers at
$3.50
the Pair.
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla. S. C.
Now Hopo I ?ocal Notos.
Now Hopo, June 27.-Special: Tho
fanners are rejoicing over tho nico
rain which we had Saturday night.
Crops were needing rain badly.
Mrs. Pearle Brandon, of Spartan
burg, is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. li. E. White.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson and chil
dren and 'Mr. and '.Mrs. Crover Cailey
and children, of Commerce Ga,, vis
ited their father, A .C. Stinnott, last
wook.
Louie Cox, of Atlanta, was a re
cent visitor in this community.
:Miss Emma 'Hammond will loavo
to-day for Greenville, whero sho will
attend tho summer school.
Miss Martha Ramsey and sister,
of Pickens, woro recent guosts of
Miss Ada Morgan.
"Miss Mittio "Wood will leave soon
for Spartanburg, where she will in
the future make her home with her
aunt, on account of tho recent death
of her mother. 'Her many friends
wish her much happiness in her new
homo.
Bennie Roy Kelley, of Central, vis
ited homefolks Sunday.
Roy Owens, of Newry, spent Sat
urday and Sunday hore with 'Dock
Thomas.
Miss Velma Hammond, who has
boen attending school at Springfield,
S C., has roturned to hor homo hero.
Mr. and iMra Garrott, of SixJMilo,
Bickens county, woro again called to
tho bedside of their daughter, Mrs.
M .J. Stansoll, Saturday. Tho many
frlonds of Rov. and Mrs. Stansoll
wish for her an early and completo
rocovory.
Almost no part of tho north or
wost of Franco Is more than 600 feet
above sea levol.
LOCAL NEWS NOTES OF SENECA.
'Murringo of Young Folks Surprisod
Everybody-?Personal Items.
Soneca, June 28.-Special: 'Miss
Sara Vernor left Saturday for Com
merce, Ga.t on a week's visit to Mrs.
Eugene Runion.
Hal Todd, of Tlmmonsvllle, spent
several days the past week with his
parents, (Mr.. and .Mrs. J. W. Todd,
and family.
E. L. Barber, a third year theo
logical student, and who is supply
ing the Presbyterian church of Way
nesville, N. C., for the summer, was
a reeent visitor in Seneca.
Mrs. C. N. Gignilliat, superintend
ent of tho junior department of the
Presbyterian Sunday school, with tho
teachers, Mrs. J. R. Heller, Mrs. I.
E. Wallace, Mrs. C. G. Bacon and
Miss Mamie Burgess, complimented
the children of this department with
an afternoon picnic Friday at Snow
creek, about six miles from town.
Tho little folk had a merry timo, as
was testified by thoir happy voices
as they echoed through the woods on
the banks of this beautiful stream.
Perhaps the jolliest hour of all was
the time they spent while wading in
tlie stream and later when the teach
ers served cake and ice-cold lemon
ade.
Tho Sunday school of the Metho
dist church has given thoir pastor,
'Rev .J. H. Hardy, a two-weeks' visit
to Lake Junalaska, In Western North
Carolina, the assembly grounds for
the Southern 'Methodist church. Dur
ing 'Mr. Hardy's absence Mrs .Hardy
and chi! Iren are visiting at her old
home tn the lower part of tho State.
Mr. and 'Mrs. John A. Edwards
have been entertaining a line baby
boy since Juno 22, and the young
ster has been named .lohn Calhoun,
thus bearing the name of both his
father and grandfather, Dr. J. C.
Harris, of Anderson.
Tho (lnal preparations for the
girls' camp at Tatnasseo D. A. It.
school are rapidly developing, and
the camp will be open on schedule
time July 4th and will continuo four
weeks. 'Rev. I. E. Wallace, of Sen
eca, is tho personal director of the
camp, and with a capable number of
assistants tho camp promises to ho
one of tho best In this part or tho
country. Applicants havo already ex
coodod the accommodations provid
ed Tho girls will go In sections, as
In that way a largo number can havo
tho opportunity of enjoying camp
life at tho ?D. A. R. school for th
(first time.
Another pleasant gathering of tho
Once-a-Weok Club, together with a
number of visitors, was hold Thurs
day afternoon with Mrs. R. D. Nolll.
Tho principal feature on tho pro
gram was an address given by Dr.
F. H. 'H. Calhoun, of Clemson Col
lege, his subject being on the samo
Hue of the study tho club has had ?
for consideration tho past year, "Cit
izenship." A rising vote of thanks
was given Dr. Calhoun for his enter
taining and instructive address. Mrs.
Leister also added to the pleasure of
tho afternoon by giving two vocal
solos, with Mrs. T. 13. Jones at tho
piapo. Mrs. J. 'P. Coates, Mrs. T. M.
Lowery and Miss Noll .Hines presided
ovor the punch bowl and also as
slstod the hostess in serving cake and
cream. The meeting to-morrow with
(Mrs. G. W. Ballenger will be the last
one for the club yenr.
The untlmoly death of -Lee G. Hol
leman, of Anderson, last 'Wednesday
afternoon, was a distinct shock and
sorrow to the many friends of thc
family in this his native county. He
was tho son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
J. 'W. Holloman, of Walhalla, where
ho spent his early lifo until ho grew
up to manhood, whon ho went to
Anderson, where he hnd resided ever
since. iMr. Holleman was a man of
sterling character and had held a
number of public positions of trust
and prominence. To the bereaved
family ls extended warmest sympa
thy in their sorrow. A number of
peoplo from Seneca attended tho fu
neral in Anderson Friday.
Sallie Kilpatrick has the distinc
tion of showing the 'first cotton
bloom in Seneca, from his farm on
Juno 2 1 th, while Andy dilbert had a
bloom ono day later, on tho 2-5th.
Both parties are colored.
A marringa which came as a com
plete surprise, not only to tho fami
lies of tho contracting parties, hut
to tho entire community, was that of
Miss Josie Dendy, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. S. K. Dendy, of this place,
tind Hugh Macaulay, son of Mrs. Het
tie Macaulay, of (Walhalla. The mar
riage took placo Sunday in Toccoa,
Ga, tho officiating minister being
Rev. J. H. Pattorson, an evangelist,
who was holding a series of meet
ings in Toccoa . Tho young couple
guarded their secret well for ono
week, when they decided lt was best
to announce their marriage. Mr. Ma
caulay has held a position in the
Seneca Hank for several years and is
a splendid young man, while tho
brido is attractivo and very popular
in her largo circle of friends. Doth
aro ailing tho roprosentatlvo fami
lies of HHs section of tho State.
Tllgnloo Township Singing ASSJI.
Tho Tugaloo Township Singing
Association Will moot with the First
Westminster church on tho first Sun
day afternoon, July 3d, at 2.30. All
other townships are Invited to at
tend. J. H. Brown,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Switzerland requires all of her
children to have at least three years
of schooling .
Mowing Machines and
Repairs.
Wc beg to call attention of our farmer friends
that we have a complete stock of Deering and
McCormick Mowing Machine Repairs. This ser
vice means a great deal to you just when you want
these repairs. Call on us. If, in need of a New
Machine or Rake, we have them in stock.
Ballenger Hardware and Furniture Co.,
Seneca, S. C.
Attention, Laymen!
Yo Hie Laymen of the Bcnverdam
Association: s
Hear Or. J, T. Henderson, of
Knoxville, Tenn., who ls tho general
secretary of Laymen's work of the
Southern Baptist 'Convention. Dr.
Henderson will speak three times in
Immanuel Baptist church, Westmin
ster, on Sunday, July 10th-at ll
o'clock a. m., at 3 o'clock p. m. and
it 8.30 p. m.
The 3 o'clock mooting is especially
for mon. Come, mon!-Como and
liear this great speaker, as ho has a
message for mon that will do us all
good. (Signed)
D. I. Mulkey,
J. T. Bryant,
Jas. H. Sulivan,
Layman's Com. Beaverdam Ass'u.
Public Service
..Auto..
I am prepared to meet all
calls for Public Service Car at
any time, day or night. See
me if you want a quick, safe
trip anywhere, near or for long
distance,
"At Your Service"
Harry Fayonsky
Walhalla? S. C.

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