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Wholesale and Rete
Car load of Nitrat
Big shipment of "]
A Lo White Lily"
4 Flour; ini pl;.
A b:eter line of
We sell fov ,fot c.
we can sell for less.
Wle a'!e offer'ing
4 Iate; hapes and w
Ifelts aft only $3.50 wl
Get our prices or
NE W YE Al.
Make Evety fi
Good Fencing protects your
Alter harvest you can pastur
to year you can rotate crops sc
ieg is essential to modern, pri
helps put farming on a busin
entirely under your control,
them most profitably.
'There are heights and designs of "]
for every farm purpose. It is a
high quality, and every rod guare
snakes it a one-piece steel fabric c
bility. see us for your fencing, bar
YATT & CO.
il Hay, Grain and
e of Soda.
low Ready" self ris- E
and "Old Reliable" f
lour at lower priee
I-4hat's .le rea
YATT & CO.
p S. C.
Men's Hats a
5.00 Men's Hats, the I
ights, in best quality
tile they last.
the best in fresh gro
,Y, S. C.
LUMBER YOU CAN WORK
wipth the~ geatest pleasure and satis
factioni; lumiber that will standl( up in
any weather andI under any cond~li
tion of use-that is the gradle of
building lumber you will get from
us. Look over our stoek and get our
prices on your needs. , We can make
H. W. HAMIL.TON *
Easley, S. C.
live stock and growing crops.
e fields as desired. From year
ientifically. In fact, good fenc
ess basis. It puts fields
enabling you to farm
mittsburgh Perfect" fencing
>erfected fence of uniform / A
rnteed. The electrical weld
f great strength and dura
bed wire, staples, etc.
S. C. /
te Job Printing.
WHAT OF THE NEXT GENERA
By B. O. Williams, Assistant Boys'
Club Agent, S. C.
Clemson College, March 21.-Di
rector W. W. Long, in speaking be
fore the count:' agmts in Spartan
: ad the following statement:
'ur work with the boys is tie great
hope which we have." This
0ou:1ht shoulde e the basis of all our
-}-'.t ht .: the ::tu! .t .n .tore
or country boys?: The city boy has
<t' advantage of the 'oy SCouLts, the
. N. C. A., the ba::eball club, and
:ther such organi ations which take
..to c'inside'ratioc th:' an ap r
countrv no: is isolated. He
lacks educational opportunities. His
work often partakes of the nature of
drudgery. His hours begin before
sunrise and close after sunset. As
he seees it, it is a real blessing to l
ac with his neighbor boys in a
Croap for p1 :sur.re an.d recreati~ ..
hat can be (lone to assist the
untry boy -" it:..ing his con
tact with Mother Nature, his experi
.-n' im deatlng w.lh the soil and in
:uling I vesto' Can not there be
thin, develop -d which will cause
him to realize and appreciate the pur
-s Its. eii or.; as he toils from
lay to day? Men are not astonished
by the fact that country boys leave
Lhe farm. lind ed, it is astonishing
.hat so iany retitai on the farm,
>u, it. mtust ue realized that, numbers
and niumb.-. (.f choice country boys
leave the farm.
Can there not be supplied in the
life of the country boy something
which will give him these things?
..it anid Lie hope of it all rests
in Boys' Club Work or sonic such or
ganization. How opportune is the
field of wara: wi~tch puts it man in
contact with ho; and furnishes him
a means of leadership whereby h
eli a:,t o - eiplig their minds
to appreciate farm life their bodies
to enjoy recreation, entertainment
ai d pleasure, 'w the:r hearts to
realize sa ti:-fact .: ,nid contentment.
The next generation o' farmners
will with ss an organization which
has for its purpose the satisfying of
.hat great longing of the country
boy, namely, "How can I enjoy my
self on the farm?" When boys who
love farm life grow into manhood,
will they not make farmers who will
co-operate with one another, who will
profit by the spirit of organization,
who will strive to beautify their
home grounds, who will endeavor tc
build up a high standard of ideals is
farm life, and will make life on the
farm what it sho'uld be? Indeed
"our work with the boys is the great
est hope which we have."
Six Mile Baptist church was the
scene of a beautiful wedding Wednes
(lay evening at 6 o'clock when Miss
Mary Ethel Mann became the bride
of 'llenjiman Rae Childress, of Ca
techee, S. C. Elaborate and artistic
detcorations ini white andl green madle
an attractive -setting. The candle
lighted alter wvhich encircled the wved
ding p)arty was banked wvith ferns
and1( flowers which transformed the
church into a place of floral beauty.
Tlhe wedding was witnessed by a
large* circle of friends and~( relatives.
The impressiv'e ceremony was per
formed by Rev. F. S. Childress, the
bride's pastor, and a brother of the
groom. The bride wvas given in mar
riage by her brother, Mr. A. C. Mann,
of G reenville, S. C., and the groin
was attended by his best man, Thom
as A. l olger', of Central, S. C., while
A. I). Mannit, .Jr., Herman Childress,
C'liftonli Childress, WV. C. Mann, of
Columbia, S. C., and D). C. Mann, of
P'ickens, S. C., actedl as ushers.
Tlhe girlish beauty of the bride was
eniriched by her wedding gown of
satin with Irish tcrimmng. HI r only
orniaminet was ia string of pearls.
Hecr corsage was ro5(ss and valley
lilies. The made of honor, Miss
Eleanor Mann, a sister of the bride,
wore a beautiful pink satin dIress
trimmed in silv'er late. with a hat and1(
slippers to match. She carried a
bouquet of Colum bin roses.
A ppropria te music was rendleredl
wvhilec the guestk were assemblng.
Th lwding party etrdby the
strains of Mendelsshon's wedhding
march, played by Miss Bethgl Mann,
sister of the bride. Immedliately
after the ceremony Mr'. and Mrs.
Childlress left for an extended wed
ding trip in F'lorida. Mrs. Cihildress
is the second (laughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. D. Mann of Six Mile, and
hits matny friends in this s'ct ion and
throughout the state. Mr. Childre;:
is principal of the graded school at
Cateechec, S. C., and afte~r returni'.g
from their wedding trip Mr. andt~ Mr.
Childress will make their home at the
Albermiarle Hotel, Cateechee, S. C'
'Best prices paid for Eggs, Butt-r
Hens and Fiers. For Information,
write Mr. French, Box 848, Green
ville, S. C., or call at Cyclone Traide
Routes office In Miller Bldg., Green
ville, 8. C.. and ask for Mr. 1rench.
NEW SPRING. G(
new Spring goods for all of the
have disposed of our high price m
the high market last year and the
been bought at the new low price.
store and find what you are look
at the low price you are able to
MILLINERY AND LADIES
Our Millinery Department is
complete with all the New Styles
in Ladies, Misses and Childrens
Hats, and the prices are much
cheaper than last year. We are
featuring a special line of ladies
hand made Pattern Hats at $5.00
and $7.00. You will find these
same Hats priced as high as $10
in other stores. Come in and let
us show you the new styles.
See our line of Ladies Suits,
Coats and Dresses. The styles
g are beautiful and the prices reas
SHOES AND OXFORDS.
The new Spring Shoes are
The Store Thai
Agent for McCall and Pictoria
Extra special offering
Easter week--savings to y
and on many items even <
are determined to cut ou
days regardless of our lo
THOUSANDS HAVE TAKEN A
of our low prices in the la
will throng the aisles this
history of Greenville Me
(lay, come and get your s1
to-Wear which we are no
se em red iculous in the e
THINK OF SUCH VALUES Al
$2.00 I .ace trinnmiedl Voile Waists, goi
$3.00 and $4.00) Waists, lace and emrnt
Fancy Waists of all kinds, some $1 5.(00
$1 .00 Lace trinunmed Silk Camisoles, nov
$3.00 M iddy ~.I is, all colors, atll size
$25.00 Silk I)re~ses, varied assortmen
$25.00 I.adies Suits, you should see
L~adlies Fine Suits, values up to $40.00
Newv Sprng~ Wraps ini goodl assortment
$16.50 All Wool Sweaters, going now a
$'7.00 Silk Bloomera, all colors, your<
And Thousands of Oti
Extra Special Conces
209 NOR TH MAIN ST.
JODS AT BOLT'S
we have gone ahead and bought
departments of our store. We
erchandise that was bought on
goods we are showing now have
Remember, you can come to our
ing for in Brand New goods and
much lower in price than last
year--anywhere from $1.50 to
$2.50 per pair cheaper. We have
all the new styles in Ladies
Pumps and Oxfords, also the new
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENt.
In this department we are
showing a pretty line of Voiles,
Organdies and Silks. We have
the new 40-inch colored fancy
Voiles at 25c yard. Organdies
are good this spring and we are
showing a beautiful line of trans
parent Organdies in all shades
from 39c yard to $1.50 yard. We
cordially invite you to come in
and let .us show you the new
spring styles. Remember, we
shall be glad to show you even
though you may not be ready to
Boft & Co.1
t's Always Busy.
.Y, s. c.
I Review Patterns.
dlf Price and Less
is throughout the entire store for
ou of ONE-THIRD, ONE-H ALF,
leeper cuts are being made. We
e' stock in two in just twelve more
st few days and thousands more
week-the greatest week in the
echandising. Don't wait another
aare of the good, reliable Ready
w rcn so LOW as to almost
yes of the public.
rg --- -----98c
-dr "i m---------------$1.98
----* ~~ -- 49c
ST1O .- -9 8 c
t, reai values - - . .
them, nIow..----------------- $ 9
art 1-3 to 1-2 pricc.
ier Items we Have ne Room to
sions to Out-of-Town Trade.
CREENVILLE. Sa C.