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PLENTY OF FRESH
OF ALL KINDS
Including Corn, Watermelon and
Many Varietie's of Bean Seed
Just received a few more gold fish to be given
away free- Corearly
R. E. Lewis, Prop Phone 24
You Will Find Me Doing Bus
iness at the Same Old Place
and if you want-the highest prices for
produce, bring it to me.
I am paying:
20c per lb. for hens.
25c per lb. for fryers up to 65c.
10c per lb. for old roosters.
18*c per lb. for dry hams.
2.00 Blu. for bunch.peas.
$2.25 fr vjine 9eas.
Greenville market for eggs.
Yours for trade,
J. W. H.ENDRICKS
compa~-f~kJre s 1..
T HE Fisk Premier ~-Sr~
--Tread is a tire which ~X i.INn5j
yields an honest, generous 3 j-j.~ 'n~:
measure of service at a low ~Vr.......70
p rice. 3x4:~lSjCr
See this tire and compare
with any at a competing
price. It is your best pur
chase if you want a low
It is a Fisk Tire, and is Fisk
character clear through.
There's a Fisk Tire of extra value
a ~ In every size. for car, truck
3T3e tno re-tire
or speed w'agon RBu - re?
llcFall's Garage, PicI ens.
FISK TIRES, THAT GOOD) GULF G ASOLINE, OILS A*ND) GREASES
OF ALL KINDS, CHAM1PION SPAR K PLUGS, ALL KINDS OF~ ACCES
8ORIES. A UTOMOBILE REPAIRI NG.
Are you shifting, brother, shifting?
See Hurricane Hutch, you'il lil:e
Ralph Herter of Greenville was
here last Sunday.
Mrs. D. B. Finney has a very fine
patch of Irish petatoes, they being
now in bloom.
Miss Viola McCrary of Travelers
Rest .is visiting her sister, Mrs. Fur.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lewis were
visitrors at the home of Mr. B. Lewis
D. B. Finney left last week for
Flin-t, Mich., where he expects to
;ky 1:rclessional baseball this sea
Mr. Lnd! Yrs. L. A. Young and Mrs.
P. J. Gi-gory of Greerville spent
-nd with M:s. Claude AIL
Yl;r, Hendrichs & Co. have
imtthing to say this week about the
werl known Griff:n ckthing. Read
Mr. Jn,. Acker and family of Eas
ley have M..ught the Ramsey house
on Ann street and are mnoving into
Pt-e fir-St casPlumber.
Th(- Ea-ter services at Grce M. E.
chrc er e very imprressive on last
Sunday. Th flora] decorations of
gre..'.j v.jhite were beautif-jl.
.r!-. and M . J. A. Rb and
Wyat ofEulr e~d rs.Arthur
Mr-.- Ja. from
T e ':m' .j..irary Soci ety of
the iap'.t church wi2 *~d a quar
t.'on of te fifth Su'rAlay, begin.
Inz2 azt thr;e 'ch. A:i the iadies
of c.ijunding cojnunity are in.
S ILKS, crepes,
all the fashio
y Delicately color
' and fine cotton<
silk crepes, too, in
All are charming -
ionable. They are
able for the simple
which demand so
material of which
We are showing
ments of these lox
the new homespun
organdies. Before I
for your new frocks
our showing of the
You can dupli
shown here - jus
would. With pictu
tions which apply
the garment you
the Deltor makes:
sewing possible fc
sewers. Even ext
makers are amazed
ett. AG. No 111 1jp.--.
who represents the R. D. Cole o.,
was a visitor at the borne df MIan
Fann.4e Finney a few days Lst Wep'
Mrs. Emma Major is visitiDg "er
daughtcr, Mirs Paie Mabr at Beau
fort, S. C. She is enjoyiYg the de
lig4tful trawberries and vegetables
which grow there in such profuion.
Tht Pie dnt nt Presbyterial meets
at Piedmont cn the 27th and 28th of
this month. Mis. Wayne Mauldin
end Miss Franm> Bruce were elected
delc-gates from the iccal Presbyterian
Ar. a vertisnent which will prove
of urusual interest to ladies if that
of Edwards & Dairsey this week.
Every lady has read about the now
famous Dcolor which is used in con
nectIo.n With Butterick patterns. This
nw feamte is explained in the ad.
Misses Mary ar.d Nanrie Merris of
Pick:es kit Monday for Columbia
to attend. Palmnafesta. MIis~s N'annie
W01 reF t Fiche4ns ecunty as one
of th- Fal:afesta queens, and jujig
ing fro:m r etur.s of the young ladies
publ-hed in thc daily paper- of the
sta tf%::: e-urtyis funishing the
.. te:t Lu-en of t'e .ot.
"Eety' a Last e,' a three-A
farce come Jy, ard Tht B!ack \amp,'
a ;hert , wil be , iven at Mica
sch! house ,n Thursday nivht,
Api! 2~. Th Hagood coctO!' band]
wil f urnish rmusc througheot-t the
evenir~g. Adm ('1 and 1.5 cn
There wl be ar trtainr.cn at
M ht ho e Thursda, nigh,
Apri) 20. to w.hih the public is invt
edl. No adnis ion fee.
There will be a free entertair
at MJunt Carmel school house Thur.
day night. Apri! 20. Everybody in.
vitcd to (emc and cake walk with
their frierd. A bard will be on
hand to make music.
The Greervile Daily News ar.d The
Pk-hes Ser.lin~el one year each for the
prJ icC oif The N';ws alone.
Tno P'ici:cs Sentinel and the At
lam~ Tri-Weoi:ly Constitution one
year each fr .92.25.
r the fashions
riable fabr':s for
ed cotton voiles
- and very fash
much from the
they are made.
'ely fabrics and
s, ginghams and
>uying materials success -- at
come in and see they save w
spring novelties. Deltor, whic
cate the dress new Butteric
t as an expert The Dcltos
res and instruc- tures and ir:s
specifically to cut, put toge
tre working on, garment like
successful home Come in an
r inexperienced ick Patterns
>erienced dress- about th 3D
at their greater you to na.':e
LICK PATTERNS unTu
Annual Event June 3-C6.
The Iceal chapter United Daughters
of the Confederacy is going steadily
forward with it.s plans for .he annual
reunicn of Confederate veeyans of
Pickens county which is he!d each
year in Pickens on June c-Jfferson
The chapter considcrs itself most
fortunate in that Col. Rion McKissick,
ediItor *f the Greenville Daily Pied
mont, has consented to make the ad.
dress of the occasion. Mr. McKissick
is the son of a gallart Confederate
rscldier and is a ,ifted writvr and
The whole county kdks forward to
I this day when it does honor to the
huoes of the CO's.
Mizs F'&r.ces McFail entertained
twelve of her friends on last Satur
day afternoon at a most delightful
Eas-:~r nty. Sev'ral irter etir.
conte'ts were had, among them two
in whi-:h re c w iven, Miss-es
Elin'r Yauldin an-3 Laura Craig were
wirners. The games were played Cr.
the beautiful lawn, and most delicious
blo-k cr.am and pound cal:e was
in the- beautifully decorated
In a new package
At a price that j
The same unmatcl
, cwanwteed by
t~h tmean mteil <A
henthe folw h
hKoe'wt vry Eee
thertm and nshter niah.C
di see the new Butter- sirr syv.
and let us tell you like api
c.o a: which enables
'our clothes expert-ly.
PICKENS, S. 0.
Mcnday and Tuesday, April 24 and 25
Dorothy Gish In
M"TE GHOST IN THE GARRBErT
This is a broad burlesque ceodf .
and many hilarious scenes occur
the deserted house where the crook*
have their headquarters. The star
finds thei there and by pretenting
to be a ghost she frightens them
away and succeeds in getting back
the stolen goods. A bull dog plays
a very importEnt part and madie Cen.
"The Ghost in the Garrett' is
made fer the blues. If ycu want to
laugh this will do the trick. One of
the best p.ctures Miss Gish ever ap.
peared in. It depends on ghosts for
its laugh getting situations, but it
is wholesome and one the entire fem.
ilY can ccne to se:- fcr a good tirr.-?.
Thur ,day, April 20th..... ..
Mafle Prevost in
"A PARISIAN SCANDAL"
Ano-the- ':n of tho1-i com edy
*ramas in which Miss Prevost is so
w1 . :n~itedi. A -eylinder French
cf a dazzlin-r Arnerican
Nrl who n.ndc ali laris set up and
a~ no.ce. A :r -ipy comedy
drrn hat yuil cnjoy
that fits the pocket
its the pocket- book
red blend of
L and BURLEY Tobaccos
* ITH AvE.
'o. 36N. Very fashion
%s charmnir.g frock de
n silk crpe oroncof the
g n':w cottons. It de
the long, wide sleeves
h1 of its distinction.
ich as these add a note
:' the whole frock. The
immning, too, is very
*curself a dress exactly
ne. You can dupljeate
look of Parisl With
pattern No. 3631 anid
you can do it easily,
And you are sure of
r the Deltor guides you
>' on sale