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PULSE X9XrjVOPP IOAL PAJmIN OF~ ICKENS COL'NY StIBSCRIPTION RC ] DLA ~
0MILL INER Y
I BETTER LOOKING
I There is a decided ten
- dency this season toward
the better grades and high
er class in' Hats and other
- Millinery Goods. We have
them, 'but as usual our
prices are wonderful both
- In the intrinsic values and
the "Style" values.
Also Hats are betterlook
inig than forseveralseas6ors i
past. The styles are be
coming and the fact that
- considerable more materi
als are used in trimming
them makes it look like an
old-time season of "Hats :
FR E E
We have purchased a
handsome One iundred
1) o I I a r Grafanola outfit
from John H. Williams, the
piano merchant, and will
give it away. Step in the
*store and 'ask for- particu:
lars and let us. play your
favorite piece on it for you.
* "Where Thousands Buy
Greenville, S. C.
1 : With a S
We are now ~ r(
in the past, offe
* Our buyer ha
.:freight and exi
Artists and .Det
JusI!t al the time
the sport type, that f<
ored. suits4 for loverPs i
of- favo're I ~olors for
--A moment's iw
$3 ~..0 to $0o.00 ami s
Newest styles for s
F ashion's .chosen mode
* etc., including many ha
Crepe. Trimmings rev
chosen color Ia represei
10 per cent. discount.
From Mt. Carmel
Farm work in this section is well un
der way. Much new ground has been
cleared and land that Ly out last year
will be cultivatpd this time.
The members of the Embroidery club
enjoyed an interesting meeting at. the
home of their president, Miss Eva Hol
comb, last Saturday. *%This community
is fortunate in having a pplendid club.
Our mail carrier saya it's cheaper to
hire a horse than to burn gasoline now.
Miss Nannie Pace has been confined
to her room for the past three weeks
on account of a bad case of lagrippe.
Miss Mary T. Wyatt, teacher of the
Lenhardt school, spent last week-end
with her aunt, Mrs. J. K. Lathem.
Mrs. Leigh Hunt has been on the
sick list for two weeks, or more.
The death . of Mr. Tom Norris, 45
years of age, at his home in the George's
Creek section Saturday, 26th instant,
was sad indeed. He was a good, quiet,
farmer and was well spoken of. He
married a daughter of Mr. "Bud" Fin
ley and she, with five children, survive
him. In the presence of alarge gath
ering, funeral setvice and burial took
place at Mt.* Crmel -Baptist church on
Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock, conduct
ed by Rev. Mr. Cobb, of G'reenVille.
Mr. John Looer haA-,hd a bad case
of grip for th . three weeks. We
hope be. will *be well.
Mr. John T.. fitt and Mr. B. Birdine
have been connded to their rooms with
Mesrs. George W. Lathem and J.
4irdsa m1.t'aI eyanbusiness
Hnomer , of . Pickens, is
farming in on. He eats well,
adeeps tter ahis-best.. Stick
* to -it boy, ' s ne.
- Mr. and John T. Ferguson, Miss
. Leil o dW.; A. Looper spent
the thId with'friend and rela
tives near c.
Tbq, de ict Sunday.school conven
t I e dprise the townships of
Vas e, ~ 1i*4- and : Daousville, will
. -onvene *4t.Mt Carmel church, about
nyemiles of Edeoley, on Sat
uit Sale of Great a
apared to serve you .
ring only the hig est.
C justeetur fron
uch of which has air
>ress adds more to oi
;igners. .The NEW a
CoMPs T HE
-4o1 nleed it most. 100 of then-lI
>llo)w the trend of the newest
I eunfservative. Suits of ever;
p1eing, in all sizes for Missos
spection wvill quickly convince
boLbI there be any left, wh~ich
pring, showig the most charmir
Ia done in Oirepe de (Thine, Chi1m
qldsomne combinations of Taffetas e
a'mrany new and novel featt
xted. Prices range from $15.00 t<
The nmost wvonderful sfoil
Grow theil ihi your c)rnfiC
crop) aiid makeo your land i
ErroW vhert (.-ow pens 'ail.
We have made a specia
fot sevn years Uand have
varietiets. Snd for ou1 P
tells about eacoh variety an
tions. It may help you
Our prices are rosonabb
Others do not.
J. P. Carey, Jr., member of the house
of representatives from Fickens, coun
ty, announces that he will not offer for
re-election this year and that he is thru
with politics for the present. Mr. Ca
rey.ha&snauy- friends in'the countywho
will regret his decision, but who realize
that they cannot urge him to give his
time to the public and neglect his pri
vate business. It might be mentioned
here that the new land registration law
which was passed by the last legisla
ture was introduced by Mr. Carey and
was one of the best, if not the best,
pieces of legislation enacted by that
body. This law will prove its worth if
the people will take advantage of it.
ad Far Reaching I
V, Friday at
wen more efficiently
grades of the latest
1 market after purci
eady arrived and no'
ir stocks of the late
>f the NEW in Sprir
SUIT SALE (
offeinig a <liver'sity of select,
novelty ideas. S4uits with 10:
f' type f iure, styles to please
yot ii the reasoit Why We ill]
we are sure will niot be the<
-lDays Only, Maidch 29) to A p
ig of D~aine An unusuall'
>nTffts 'Checks, Stripes
nd Georgett women. Values
res. - Every Sport Coats
$40.00, less stock of these ir
- hilla, Over'plaid!
Imildinig plant kno-wn.
Id and get a double feed
'ich at Same timle. Will
it,y o)f Vel vet' Bean Seed
-Iied out111 all ihe differ ent,
REE bean circular thalt,
d gives growiniz instrcu
decide which Icind yo)
and we pay the freight.
At the school house last Friday night
a Arge audience enjoyed probably the
best home-talent entertainment given
in Pickens. Each player did so well
that it would be impossible to pick out
the star. Between the acts Miss Fan
nie Finney.;sang.and. -egeied .Janultu
ous applause. - Te -PieleRis ntifi brass
band and the Parsons strin b and fur
nished good music, and the e ening was
a most enjoyable one for all who at
tended the play. About forty dollars
was cleared and will be used for mak
ing a play ground for the smaller chil.
dren of the town. The play was giver
under the auspices of the local ehaptei
W. C. T. U. and the ladies should re
ceive'every encouragement possible- i1
their most laudable undertaking of pro
viding a healthful place of wholeeom,
atmosphere where the children may play
mportance to the
than it has been <
creations in women
asing a complete li
~v awaits your inlspe
st products of Fasi
ig Things await yoi
)F THE SEA
ions.' that- is sebdom seen'u ani
tie coa)ts, wvith be(lt ed (coats,
each(1 itlliv'iduaIl taLste. SMbo
'aLSe, theyV~V wi be im'iCd as
r strong tine in pretty modish n
and( popniar solid coltors. Ail
unusual at $6i.50, less 10 per een
of finer gradIes are also wvell ret
tensely popular garments. Spri
;. Vlvet, Corduroys, etc. Prlced
A Newsy Letter .
From Dacusville :
W. J. Ponder is confined to his, bed
from an attack of grip. R. G. Hunt is .
also sick from grip.
James Ponder and Miss Patti Major
spent the week-end at the home.ofMi'.
and Mrs. E. E. Mauldin of near Easley.
R. P. Thomas a recent graduate of. -
Draughon's business college,Greenville,
is holding a lucrative position at the
Greenville Y. M. C. A.
About the best thing and also the most
enjoyable that has occurred here re
cently was the oratorical contest held
on the night of March 24. There are
two gold medals given here from year i
to year, so it makes an interesting and
lively contest among our pupils, and
this one proved an exception to the rule
in that it was thq very best contest ever
held in our auditorium. Joe Hunt won
first place in the boys' contest and Miss
Minnie Lou Coleman won first place in
the girls' contest. These two young
people will represent us in the county
contests and we expect them todo credit
to both themselves and the school. Mr.
Welcher in a short but interesting ad
dress delivered the Ponder medal to
Miss Coleman, while Mr. DuBose in, a
splendid way made the boys a talk and
delivered the Morgan medal to Joe
Hunt. 'In the boys' contest Furman
Dacus and Bates Aiken won second and
third places respectively, and in the
girls' contest Miss Mattie Hooker won
second place and Miss Ruby Looper
We regret to state that Mr. Hal
Hiott, principal of the Mt. Carrnel,
school, is ill with grip, being confined
to his room at present.
Mr. ~Rowland Chastain died at' his
home near Pickens last Saturday after
a -week's illness of pneumonia. Funer
al services were held at Golden Creek
church Sunday. He leaves four daugh
ters, one son and two step-sons, besides
many relatives and friends to mourn
his death. Mr. Chaitain moved from
near Golden Creek church to thie Dr.
Cannon place near Pickens only a littk
. while before Christmas.
Women of this C
ne of Spring
unl 111Se'verelyd ttail
itodels you will find in
sizes for misses and ~
)resented( in) our large" J
ng garments in (hin- __
.at $7.50 to $15.00.
p - Green
W E claim that no tailor in the
United States is now pro- t
. ducing better . Clothes for the
money than is now being made
-.'for us by.JULIAN RAY & CO.
of New York-Chicago.
To Measure Only at
I'alsocarry a- first-class line of
Ladies' and Children's Ready
Trimmed Hats, and the prices
Liberty, S. C..
Near the Maplecroft Mill
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