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SFor' Your Produce Is At HENDRICKS' m
16c pound for Fryers up to 30c
10c pound for Hens
00 a bushel for corn
Greenville market for eggs.
18c pound for nice cured hams m
SI am offering some good values =
4 A. in dress goods. A lot of odds and M
I ends to go at cost.
Your patronage is always ap- E
aJ. W. HENDRICKS E
his W eek SPECIAL NOTICES
s e Notices iIHrtcd in~ this column for one ceunt a
word for ifiNI liiertion anuu one-half centi a word
for eC1h ',~ubsent lisertionu,
For Sale-Two houses and lots in
ve vill receive a thetown of Six Mile. Four fresh milk
of C rn a d Fe cows. All on easy tr.-rns. R. G.Gaines,
Sof Corn and Feed16
1t 3or Sale-Fin! . ;erkshire Pig s. A.
ill be glad to supply V.__ ___
D. Mann, Pickens,,';. U., R.F.D.2. lt
ur needs. Come in' lantei-Indinu relics, large or
small quniisspear and arrow heads,
d see what we have beadipis, et., flintlock pistols, pis
een in town. Pigserate stamps on.
in n o . i Wi Walters, 1540 58h street,
sl.Philadelphia, Penna. 14
..'er sale. We are ini tl e inisiket for
Butter the year round. Craig Bros. Co.
For Male!- Several good farms,
o th large and smillnear churches aild
sceools. a ri, s lo w Terms reason
able. For further information apply to
Old Postoffice Building. M aS. Stribling, Seneca, S. C. 14
* BOLT'S _ _ _ _
mBought Forhis Sale ThePla
tobeeu t;cals pies Ec.wfinc istolpi'
enveloies witt Collednratalstandswas
Wd ae hreintemrefo
nd eatofch Buirding. afteSt. E~r urhrnora plt
Bo ugst 4For This Hour, The3P0
Ourbema Ao Ginciams ufriorewin os. l
4 w~~othe8* Noahr.Bn b erke onas trwht o
ths hr mileda and wasl EdPic,2c
~~ Augu ~ t lmst 4-oan Hu,3p
Standard Calon worth d tasadlg
8 . m., Shetinga, Extra h29th,
ad ieasolungate at 7. v-E
EASLY, . C
HOR ALS.e'sau By
Auus 4-o. n Hu,93
The revivakserylees. ols ere F e,? k tglit
with several additionsd te 6huolI U
M.- Walkettb6 pastor. warrassisted'dltii'gtbi
drst pirt of the meeting by llev. iJF.41urphree
of North.Plkens. The baptizing will' be held
at *iunter's bill, the fourth Sunday afternoon
in this month at 8 o'clock. Rev. Charles At
kinson, of Six Aile, attended services for a fort
Taylor Stewart of ickens wasvisitlng friends
here Thursday night.
Misses Louise Davis and Tirzah Hughes, who
have been spending some time at the home of
Mr. and Mrs..lamts Clayton, have returned to
their homes. Pickens ad inman, respectively.
U. L. Craig, a candidate from Atmbler, was the
guest of C. It. Hillingsly Wednesday,
T.T. Smith and three children were the guests
of Mr. and irs. .. I. Howe Sunday.
Milss Revis of Pickens Is on an extended. visit
here and Liberty.
Mir. and birs. C. ii. Roper of Ilunter's Miill at
tended ihe funori of Mrs. Taylor's baby it Iuts.
31r. and AMrs. Will Ulaytont 1lft Satulrday for
an, extended visit to the latter's mother, i rs.
Newton, in Aniderson county.
.. Chandlier, the electrician at the power
house, sient the week-end at Rice's. Mir. liuteh'
iisof liberty taking charge during his absence.
. ir. and Mrs. 11. Miller, of Easley, spent the
earlier part of the week with the latter's par
ent's, Mr. aid ira..l. L. Young.
M r. and Ai rs. Clayton )obson and eild ren off
Central. with their grinii(imotier, were the
guests of MIr. and Mrs. IV. W I Hoper 'l'lltirsday.
CU-111Y llA E ift.
Death of Mr. John M. Thomas
.ohn 'Martin Thomas. a well known citizen of
this county died it the hone of his daughter,
Mirs. Frank Leslie four miles south of lhe city ,
on the 20th instant after an. illness of several
maonths. lie was E7 vea rs of age and Is survived
by ten children, all grown and married, live
sons and five daughters as follows: W. 5I. and.
Adger of Anderson county; S. W. and Mrs.
Richard Jones of Greenville: Charles , ... It.,
Mrs. Lewis Young, Mrs. Newt Smith, Mrs. P. (.
Cartee and Mrs. Frank Leslie, of this county.
The funeral was held at Zion church on the
22nd instant, services conducted by Rev. W. L.
Mullikin, pastor of the M. E. chureli of which
he was a member.
M r. Thomas came to this county from Gaines
ville. Ga., about thirty-five years igo and settled
near Easley. Ills wife porecededl him to the
grafve about three mnonths.
Porter's Pressing Club'
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Al
Suits are sent for and delivered when
promised and the work is done by an
expert. Work guaranteed.
Suits pressed at 25c per suit; cleaning
and pressing, 50c suit; dry cleaning, $1
suit. Special attention given to ladies'
We appreciate your patronage.
B. B. PORTER, Proprietor,
At Porter's Barber Shop.
& Co. Sale Now I
SEdwin L.. Bola
' Straw Hats Ladies'
50 Ladies' di
less than man.. white striped voi
-- Lot No. 1, beautifully trimi
up to 50c, Mill to $5, Mill end j
.One lot ladies'
whtvle $1.48 value, sligl
whvle end price, 49c.
nsists of fine value, Mill end r
mrs worth up 500 yards fe
Price, 99c. worth 16c yd., N
/.OU .I BCCU4
''The Store That
iS$$ Go Farthest
at is Looked for Every
Slip.aa few Prince Albert
smokes into yg.uk system!
You've heard many an earful about the Prince Albert
patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets you
smoke your fill withOut pcomebackI Stake your bank roll that
it proves out every howp of the day.
Prince Albert has alwafe been sold
without coupons or premiums. We
prefer to give quality!
There's sport smoking a .pipe or rolling
your own, but you know that you've got
to have the right tobacco I We tell you
Prince Albert will bang the doors widei
open for you to come in on a good time
firing up every little so often, without a
regret! You'll feel like your smoke past
has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot
back up for a fresh start.
You swing on this say-so like it was a tip to a
thousand-dollar billI It's worth that in happi
ness and contentment to you, to every man
who knows what can be
D gotten out of a chummy
8 immy pipe or a makin's -
Prince Albert for
\ "p a cI kHi nrg"o
R.. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. red tin, and In
Wintesak.. N.tC. act, every Prince
\ TPrhrce Albert package, has
side os the tiders a real rnesssge-to-yoa%
re\ th -. on its reverse side. Yous'l
read:- * Process Patented
JUly 1 3h . 1. That means
V that the Unted StatesaGovftu
ment has granted a patent on the
'~' process by which Prince Albert is
Furman James And by which touiue bite and
well known n a n r a a o b yre , n gveto
t here usuo ac i s at rdold you'll
Prince Albert awaiting Yue
"~ ' red tne. We' handsome
i tpound and half-pouad
tin humidors and in
that clover crystal
inthat keeps th
tobacco In sucw
f fne condotfoud
Furman J ames and Ber Chapman, Sam J. Looper, who is on the state Notice to Confederate Veters
well known in 'haingang circles an] at constabulary at Charleston, is spending 2
p~resent members of the squadi camped his vacation with his father, E. Frank Th 'ii uoifeticratt' veteritis~ of likkei couty
WtEsledesa ed boutomthe ' . laes8 Looper, and other relatives in and Will meet at their udeal placcs o Saturday,
nigh t August te i to ect one o " their number
LaBoon and .Julimi immediately' wot on around -Pickens. During the big storm who Is stt s penlsione~r nsor nit applicant for,
their track and caught theni running and high water at Charleston about two ensi to represent thei st the court house at
down a creek near Malildin .school weeks ago Mr. Looper came very near aickens of the slriL Monday, the fourth day ot
house. This i-; the 1>isrth time that Jamnes losing his life when a boat which he was Semtihr, 19m0,for lte lourloose of eleec~tinga
has escaped and heen captured, but this in became wrecked and sank. He was Pension bsoard to serve thesin itr lte ensuuing
time he only enjoyed a i'.2v hour's of forced to remain in the water four yesthr I. t. aoINSOM
libertyI hours before relief came to him. pn nairauss Presein t hoard.
Time T pate ThitiswaaGenuie Moey Sa
3rse emnanaetsditi iprtn
esses intsotidoYoueca innthmostghnyplater
nd Proress JpcU LYe and AUheGeaT 9 oMifolhela il n
__rice.__$1.94.___-__End__Sale__pricese siill'vcichtangnoer ae
a treat tooyouofpocket oooks
and percales, work shrtsaregularlpricer50
- MillseEodd SalofPthicsl99cw
ill end pricei8c made ofouinentfancymtrimmed
U Go9tho$1oiMion llnpupchaeein9t.
)rse ennsHOUR SALES t
esse in soli Yo ca fin mot an maer-August 5-For One Hour, 10 a.
ned.worIi u conterandat te geat illm. Until 11 a. m.
'rc.$.4 n aepie vl etil eBest quality D~ress Ginghams,
a trat o yur pcke boks.worth 12&c yard. But be here
dreses o or Exta havy luechamray on the hour Saturday and the
and ercles wok sirts reula prce 0c, "Mill End Price" will be
On ltoflais'wht wsh ____5 7-8c ydo
Bec ut,~Gbriecohwrh$.~, August 5-For One Hour, 2.30 0
rice $2~ - ill End ale Pri e, 9c.p. m . U ntil 3.30 p. m . S
Lnvogni, Oelto ais ht krsYour restricted choice of any
Liledpie8c md flnn ac rme, White Wash Skirt in the store *
worth$1, ill nd pice,69c.of Gaberdine, Linene, etc., beau
tifully trimmed. Regular price
FOR ORE R4RG INS$1. "Mill End Price" 49c
65c Worth For 35c
4L cCes oaCyta anr
),L, 4 boxes E leThistle soda 20c
sAwy Buy1 box Grandma's Wash-.
The Sale That Will Save Youj$$$$ "ng "
Regular price ........ ...........5c~
Mill End Sale Price
Summer by Thousands of People 35c