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* "We are Pushing Down Prices to Push Up Business
We want to make August the Biggest month of the Summer Business Big August
Sale now going on it will pay you to come many miles to attend this August Sale X
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ity, st Sale .......... ...... 18i o
50eh <pU4Iaity alenII's Underwear, A'igt
8ale .. .. ...................33c
$/ .i) i:n ion Suit s, A ugust Sale . . . . 63c
the 75c kind.
1~ ~\~. .iAugust Sale price .. .. .. .. .... ..7
ii~~All_50e__bottle ( M eiine, August. Sale
~~ ~All .4, 01 e \
~. htr'e............... . .. .... .. .. .. 39c
Ivl.very family s l keep (han'
.Nl I.-:)Y, .\NI) lIt'Y YOli A NEW ONE
Spcial Augusi.t Sale oan all Mlen's Suits
., ~ v ~ *',~ / ~ ~ "' P~ a ~ . > U 4. . . - . a n d d o h sv' , A iu g u s t S a le . . . . 3 5 c u p t o 9 8 c
'a' -~7 ~ DOWN.
.' ~ ~ ~ ' ~ -~-6 ~ . -.---Special .iAgust Sale ofaa all Low Cut
\~ '.~,tr .~ ~' 'h. 1.50) Slipper's going at .. .... ...$1.00
A' ~ \~ i. ' 6 $2..~1) a nd $3.00I SI i p pers. A uig. Sale $1.50
4 *4~d~ . $3.50 an $4.00 SIli pers, sale price $2.50
~ &&. ' ~"'~" '~.\II sinir good usit miove ou t dlurinrg
' ~~4a'~ ~ VS( yar w ide best LL Sea Islmid, August
10eI. Shirt ing Cheviots, August Sale . . 8c
-~ -~ ~ "~5 lke Outing flaumels for Gowns, solid
k ~.,. *...colors anid st ripes, A ugust Sale. .. .. ..8c
~ '~rt~ 4.1 lot Ladies' White Slippers, calean sweep)
siie .... ...... .. .............75c
7 cakes best WVashiing Soap, Aug. sale 25c
Throngs of People Rushing to July Sale. Goods Will Be Sold. Don't Miss It. 4sik odLc lerg al. .S
l( 1 stcks loo Lucalling S u e . . .. 25
15 liro . .). . .. . . . . .25e ~ lpii ii ~t l ~~h (12gl ri Ji 8 o
Special lot of1 Pere~aale.~ 5ale ....7 1-2etx ~l,...................9 au'eRg.........h AOK!W R
lIig line of .\cen's I )rcss l'anits. .\ugustl Tuaa 5'Ii aaix3csl iae ) adsI'hci ~x aha'.at: ~a 5'lis'a ok rd ke u l h ei'
Sale priie.. ....... ......9..\i ..I('la Selaa'al..rw Ilt ...Alra I.., a(I Ild.u..l ..hitesn, a 9aidh8hpy
$1.25. $1.48 ui~ 1'' $3.95 lfor t he $A.00 kit ind iliar.Saa................9
23e, 39e, 48ru ir o $1 \9 fr the t .a p'asr r iaivHraaai........ siz................es ici i~~5'Ii~iPtobgsorsiiI~u
Sulphur~~~~vo-N 1,dSls 0 I vrwee
~u'&ait Ii 2.50o\tu-.Aust S al.. .. .. .... .... .... c
aih ire ai tAugs S le p . \r8 le 10,
Sae...........h..$....50. ~ d .\ us Sa-e.. ..... gs . . ..r .. 5e
I8 hoxes golaas atsH ..l.I .n.I .a.k.(4.aid.. Iaa.i25r
SWe cani'get lineo s Cothin enve stc.Cmshoohogwousl.Wnil aenwgod al orti ae
in laeSt oing n .uens. J B R S & C l I AN luheigPie
ait .' A
y No. I Sture 210 West L~~~ains Snth baNet. Tinwre.t Shp. N.2SoeSuhSd fPbi qae .BSmo' l t
Crcey -:n mu ae 1)gs ,T un,
W m-kShits..\u.rus Spcial39rmal45c 0 F uitJar ing .... . .... . 4
1-2 gal cr i Jar .. ...I.. 8 o
$3.50ff JaAllA t ~ ir x1 23
10 y rds alic, fat coorsat 31-2s35.
A5. <--lit Ta l Oiiloh n n b te
350~~~~~~~~ stiyclkPprAs.le2e o
Broom~15 Fl Trapc salelll ..i ..ts ..v .. ..er..h10c
$4.5 dhn gal. Fru t s 78 Fieouz~ns
August Alals ...15. .. ..C.. . 29
Specin]sav 1ot to 35el. 712 9 J paler e n f your had are
20(10 d()zv Ifos ror nen, omemonde.C m Ja a nd look throughlise your$.3
Alivnisl~Ilees isll thec deil work Shop. KeepIv6(;Sop h
Bov's~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~hp Whistle sing,, smilels ande beie, happy.11iY ilols1"IMd 5CNv-lil
23c,~~~~~~~~~~~~W have the biges stok of8 General ~tsz ] NVia o Dc. ]v(111i
worth~~~~~~~~~~.\ ec an~ s in250 ourel t14ll wo big storesl invkv Lau-pi ,A ig it11ls(Il
k~~~Satnug All Se Iam God Io Less... a( 34,lssIlly
J ONES NIE:,IVS.
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.oll \ 2ig., 2.-We recntly hail the
hCasuI r necting our warI ilnd
Capl. J. Pt liumb1ert of l'rinttonl.
Thre SniBo rvisor' of registnrat will
be at 'A"re Shoals Friday, .\ g. G.
Get your registration certilicate and
vote for prohibition on Sept.. 1-.
Alrs. V. T. Jones, .Jr., spcit last
week with her parents, Mr. and Mlrs.
Jno. Sims of Waterloo.
Aliss Nona Riley has returned from
the exposition and other interestin:
places in the west.
We are Indebted to Messrs. Enoch
Ilodges, Robert Redden, .1. V. Vania
dore, Ed Ilarvey. Jno. Grant, (lit.1on
Eiell, .eter Odell and other friends
for recent kind favors.
Af'ter a lingering and inurable II
ness, Mr. Manning A. Reeves died on
July, -1, and was laid to rest at Shady
GIrove cemetery. Mr. Reeves was one
of the hest men of our' acquaintanice
We lendei ly sympathize with the be
.\lavuhll, tL u e s
Rev. J. 1. Con nelly of lPrinceton,
will preach hee( next Sunday night.
Mr. G. I'. Graham has a milk vow
10 rn . v V 2.i to Mr. and Mrs. 11. .1.
Wiggins, a daughter.
I orn Aug. I, to Mr. and Mrs. Jetor
Odell, a son.
IBorn Aug. 2 to .ir. and Mrs. Young
N. Willard, a son.
Mr. J. A. Morrison visited at liellon
Mrs. Addle Carter of Greenville, is
%isiting her brother, Mr. G. 1. Riley.
'I'ie many friends of Mr. Joel Black
well, endearingly called uncle Joel,
sill regret to learn that ie passed
a way on Juy 26i, at his son's home, T.
P. Jlackwell, of Due West. lie was in
his 9i5th year and with the exception
of a few years spent, his long and use
fu: life in Laurens. There never lived
a more honorable gentleman. lie was
a warm friend of all of my people. We
rympathlze with the family.
BECKER WOES TO CHAIR
'olice I'ieutenan t' (onletd of Ihe
3111rder o1 l(ltosentha Electrociuted in
Sing Sing I'rison, Ossining, N. Y.,
.1ul) 30.-Charles Ilocker was put to
dCath In the electrlie chair here tils 1
m1lornt ing for the killing of ii erma n
Rosenthal, the New York gambler.
The former New York police lieutn
ant retained his coiupostire ai rio
tested his innocence to the last. lie
went to his (ath with a photograph
of his wife pinned on his shirt over
his heart. Three shocks were given
before the prison physician pronnune
ed Becker dead at 1:55 o'clock.
Decker led the way to his own exo
ention. 110 sat IIp all night on the
edge of his cot, calmly talking to
Doputy Warden Charles If. Johnson.
"I have got to face it," said Becker,
"and I am going to meet it Quiet ly
an( without trouble to any one."
The deputy war(en left ecker
about an hour before the time set
for1 the execition , and when the
periests, I<'ather W. E. Cashinl, 111he p: i:.
oil priest, and I''ather Curry of Now
York, vamef to ami ist.'er. thl sI,-I ritf.s
lihey found the volde.liled maln with
Ii face resting on hihat t Ydynin
at the prison floor. The priests I --
mainel1t (d with himl) to Ilhe enld.
In New Dentl House.
Shortly after 5 o'colck the fi rst of
the witnesses began Ii to assemhle ot
side the prison walls. Quietly their
names were checked off by Deputy
Warden Johnson. Then the witnesses
were led to the place of execution in
a now death house adjoining the old
execution chamber, where the four
gunmen were put to death over a year
ago for killing Rosenthal. When the
witnesses were seated Deputy Warden
Johnson nodded to Principal Keeper
Fred Dorner and they left the room
through a smajl wooden door that led
to the death coils beyond whore 1jeck.
er was praying with IIlIs spiritual ad
Ilueeker rose to his feel, when he
saw Johnson and took a cruicifix frlom
'he hanid of tle prison priest. To
I I''her Cirry lieceker gave is lasA
:sag411 as he took his place at the
lcad of the little file of meni tha:
marcheled to fihe rooml of de.athl.
1ll messaige vas: "I am not guilty
by deed or conspiracy or inl any other
w%,y of the death of osienthal. I ain
ileeivvd to my frilends. flea r ftil
imssage to the world and my frilens.
Soon Recovers Hilms(elf.
The on1e time pollee officer hesi
tated as lie entered the execution
room. It seemed to the witnesses as
if he was startled that the death ehalr
was so near at hand. lie looked
(fiickly at the double row of witness
es, glanced at the floor, swept-with his
eyes the whitened walls of the root
and then suddenly, as It coming to
himself, walked briskly over ilic aub
her mat and seated himself lu the
electric chair. Behind Becker follow
ed the brison priests' chanting the
prayer of death, which was repeated
by the condemned man. .
"Jesus, Mary, Joseph. havo mercy
en iy .soull!" niervolsly spoke lceker
': d -:111y War1dnCS Steppe.od forIward
iinl ad.u;-ted the electrodes. Ilardly a
mn i!c lalpsed before 1the electriode
was applied to the right leg, a slit
haiving been previously uClt in the
trouser leg from the knee down. Af
ter elec(rode had been firmly adjisted
ngninst a shaven spot on the back of
te coiidemined man's head the State
excetitloner looked at Deputy Warden
.ohnson, who surveyed the figure that
was still Intoning the death prayer in
Ithe chair. Johnson half turnedll his
lend and the executioner Jammed the
T]he first shock lasted a full minute
nid the executioner said that it was
1,850 volts and ten amperes in
st;ength. It came while Decker was
still commending his soul to his Mak
We are showing some extra values
,in Porch Rockers and Porch Swings,
it would pay yOu to call and see these
valuies. S. .\. & 1.0. II. Wilkes & Ca.