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umenORF~, Ge A.
TANDARD COLLEGE 0OUIEF9, L'EADING TO THE
A. B. Degree. Offered iP sixteen Departments of In.
struction. Pre-medical Course approved and accepted
by the Atlanta Medice! College, Strong Business Course.
Speciql courses in Home Econornics and Music. Thorough
courses in Pedagogy for those wio expect to onter the teach
ing profession. -
Ideal Location in the, Most Healthful County East of'.
Colorado, with elevation of 1500 feet. Faculty'strong in
scholarship-and teaching experience. Comfortable steam
beated dormitories. $2000 additional science equipment
T -ry expense for board, tuition, room-rent,
n steam heat, $122.50.
JC. Roger, Dean
of its Value
- "One of our sales
men demonstrated the
value of the Long Dis
tance Telephone to us.
He was'atf '.1 Ville.
a., and '~^
Long Distance calls for fifterni -eMehants w in a
radius of several hundred miles.
"In less than one hour he had sold 2100 barrels
of flour at a total coat to us of less than six dollars.
"Since then we have applied the Long Distance
~ "~' 'ne to every feature of our business with
~le results. The service as fine, the
onable and there as more satisfaction
. -a Distance Telephone talk than in half
a~ dosen letters"
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH 'COMPANY4
Box 129, Greenville, S. C
i The Place to Get Most i
nFor Your Produce is At HENDRICKS' a(
n We Payn
Greenville market for Fryers
10c pound for Hens M
* 30c for Roosters
n $1.00 a bushel for cornn
18c pound for nice cured hams
Iam offering some good values @
mdress goods. A lot of odds and n
ends to go at cost.
. Your patronage is always ap- )
~J. W. NENDRI CKS
Mr.. Editor:'The aaiers Ar about
through with titeir crops and are begin
ning to talk some politics since hearing
the candidates- give an account of them
selves at Pumpkintown on the 15th.
Inasmuch as these gentlemien cannot all
be elected, here!s hoping that the best
men may be chosen 'for every office,
not only county but state as well.
Miss Laura Jones of Georges Creek
was visiting relatives and' friends in
this section last week. She also visited
the tollowing in the Oolenoy section:
Hon. M. Hendricks, S. B. Edens, S. M.
and W. B. Jones. Miss Jones is an in
teresting talker andwe are always glad
for her to call and see us. Come again.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Williams were
visitors at the latter's brothers, W. A.,
L. S. and Edward T. Edens, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen K. Ed'ns of
6olenoy.were in this section last week
looking after the Jones cemetery and
cleaning off the same.
School is progressing nicely at Pedrs
Creek at this time, with Miss Wilkes of
Falrfild as principal and Miss Holder
of Pickens as assistant.
E. T. Edens and J. M. Turner made a
trip to Greenville last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. McConnell have
been on an extended visit to relatives
and friends near Belton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McConnell are to
be congratulated. on moving into their
new, commodious and comfortable resi
Protracted services commenced at
Mt. Tabor on the fourth Sunday, the
meetings being conducted by the pastor,
Rev. Joseph E. Foster. .
If we lose every ticket we vote on
the 29th you may fiot hear from us
Mt. Carmel News
After a brief respite from farm work
the farmers have had to again get busy
to save their fodder and hay, which is
badly burning up on account of the se
vere drouth. It looks as though the
turniR crop will be almost a failure.
The Ladies' Embroidery Club held a
very pleasant meeting Saturday after
noon at the home of Mrs. A. W. Tanner,
Jr. A large number of the members
and also several visitors was present. I
Delicious refreshments was served. I
Married, on Sunday morning at ten
o'clock, at the residence of the offici
ating officer, Mr. A. L. Reynolds and
Miss Bertie Stewart, L. L. Smith, N. P.,
officiating; all of the Mt. Carmel sec
The revival held at Mt. Carmel re
cently was ably conducted by the pas
tor, Rev. W. L. Coker. As a result 22
were added to the church. Twelve can
didates will be baptized next Sunday
morning at ten o'clock.
The school at this place is progressing
nicely with Miss Margaret Attaway of
Pickens as principal. The enrollment
will be larger than any previous session.
Central to Have Electric Lights
At an election held at Central last
Friday the $10,000 bond issue was car
ried by a vote of 84 to 1 in favor of is- ~
suing the bonds.
It is understood that the power will
be bought from the Li erty Light and
Power Company and a lne will be built
from Central to tdie power house at
Hunter's Mill on Twelve Mile river.
This will give Central a 24 hour current
which will mean much to the progres
sive little town. It is supposed that
work will begin immediately on the lines.
and it is hoped that it will only be a
short time before the lights will be in
operation, and that every public spirited
citizen's home in town will be turned
from darkness into light.
Mrs. Thos. Black and daughter, Miss
Alma Black, of Bamberg, are visiting1
at the home Of Rev. L' E. Wiggins.
Honor Roll Praters School
Below ls a list of honor roll I
students of Praters Creek grad- t
ed school for month ending Au-. E
Birst Grade: Ralph Hunter,
Edith Bolding, Fowler Brezeale. <
Second Grade: Herbert Fer
guson, Boll Looper, Clara Bre- 1
zeale, Dessie Brezeale, Della
Howard, Lila Bolding, Cleo
Bolding, Monroe Bolding, Nel-.
Third Grade: Quinnie Wat
Fourth Grade: Mae Looper,
Ethel Watson, Mellie Ferguson.,
Fifth Grade: Clarence Wat-.
son, Lucius Murphee, Cromer
Looper, George Bolding, Ira
Bolding, Otto Collins.
* Miss Ida Baker,
'J. D. Vickery.
The Walter A. Wood Mowing
machine is the best and lightest
runniug machine on the market.
Ask any owner. Sold by Pick
ens HdW. & Gro. Co.
nsi~e Al6 gives
smokers a 4.
- its flavor is so different and so
-it can't bite your tongue
-it can't parch your thvat
-you can smoke it as 191g .ah
as hard as you like without any
comeback but real tobaced hop.
On the reverse side of every Prince
Albert package you will read:
- JULY T., 1oo'e
That means to you a lot of tobacco 01.
joyment. Prince Albert has always been
sold without coupons or premiums. We
prefer to give quality I
the national joy smoke
Y*. making Pila'o A''"'t''..mu,:
R J REYOLDSTOBACO1C. landto.S"yatem,d n C.p no ika
Onr~ Satrda aftenoo the aGolenoyrein
amp ~~ ~n ofWo.f.etetie the od o a drv Has CoIo.t Charter0'Ae
in goodness andricka *igatp"a.*-''*
inn Adrese wereo deliere bys J.ooo I rh ipdy
ipipe satisfaction ''d "Nof;ra icel ad he -Ir
vi. anie an D. . Smak f Gren-b the Stotate of out nd.n
siole Icen crea andpun feondiwr
e i all we or its enthusi- *Cmi.'"*a"t**"p'"nd
astic friends ever claimed '''t'-e.p,"-,, to
for it I **nd-up t",im
It answiers every smoke desire you
or any other man ever had It is so
cool and fragrant and appealing to your
smokeappetite that you will get chummy with
it in a mighty short time
Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove out our say- hsI h opr d fO
To Donterationl heldmke
its regular meetingon.Friday.afternoo
PrItce A oert oudy red D a. Reoad
so o th naiona jo smketo-you and realize what It moean
ia ..... Prlce gbert oeogta
roJ. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salon, N. C.
On Saturday afternoon the Oolenoy
amp of W. . W. entertained their *
riends at a picnic at the Hendricks Pickens County Has a College Chartered
mp. Addresses were delivered by J.
4. Daniel and D. W. Smoak of Green- y me Stat ho are gr of oeo
ie. Ice cream and lemonade were
erved ih abundance to the thirstygath
A Liberty party consisting of Misses
Brown, Chapman, Callahan, Messrs. e sc ya n ple te
Burroughs, Brown and others, chaper
ned by Ms. J. H. Brown. spent Sun
day at Table Rock. CENTRAL, S. C.
The Home Demonstration club held
its regular meeting on Friday afternoon lEPA Nir
at the school house. Home Demonstra
tor, Miss Mauldin gave a bread making
deo nstr ition lo furnish o
thicube. FIt wsuitce ane ndet
Mrand sts as dsuthred isit-e
noth fattr' $1.other, t W aleddrstaRe uce Ou
o r. ad deirdsE Eday, ac
tmame poste onter' wamot ofs
ede laahaean suisr andle sirt olwn agis
unacconto rinyvi ys.Hay
Mr.land will cal for cBatsn fcrenDorari- 20
Lyit ta, mM. E w.Cantai your
her wek-nd willt dooaet to 1.5f.4
RECEIV Dg4e5 HhSoramms,, Muic Theolgica
0 buy Corn bu notonoibad sofmenandwomen__ whoare__ graduates__ofsomeof
teleading oiteoesof theoorhhranasouth
nafwlas Weslitfr eahseyeSe. Colee.iini 5 prsmseada
Ir ass buPe l the r an Leo Fo nomto n aao drs
soen apnd ltes figren with
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