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At our new leader "Winnie
very stylish and long lived sh
a smart dressy shoe for men.
this new triumph of the shoen
that has been brought out in
A Special Display of
Slippers and Sandals
(white stockings to match) an
on display. Guaranteed to
have everything in Oxfords <
them in as soon as you i
guesses with purclhses.
Bible of the Future.
.". Gca :ea " bI h( ( - wliln (it"r pr1 t.
ent. 1 h ih.h h, i.L K g m.1 c I t la
tionl, w"It U1niy bl( l t d byt 1) -ebl"ulal h I
they w< o 'l r""ts ;' l tia"!';i11u1llh iat) --
as a Ft"d i f h1ter'.ti. s:. le," (ite(dclre
teaicherI' - t ' ' (1'.1
uriet ltl il it'1. 1'N li1
'alE i (;\'1 r. . i11) t cl.
t "Ihw i ili" .i1l l)c.\
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i(tus ill ', to i t will '1>; i. the B W
of the lr es. ? t. I t r 1 b cio
1 rle1 ' Iti v ilI (.'l) III I :10 11t IL
books that wer \..Iru." y' t
synagLlt gu e r1and ta:ti, ('1ilstiant Chlllren1
1IlLt)'y of \5b!(': have\' bi 11 I" l ..tgg d
ill faillit:1 lill d t o e n w
J.tte tal)it 8. (
Ital. AL 1k OUlu'
iey create more favorable com.
t on the foot of a pretty vuoman
they do on our shelves. Shoes
very conspicuous part of your
sing and it pays to wear good
s. It pays to have your feet
y dressed and we can honestly
tliat a pair of our shoes will do
Davis," a moderate-priced but
oe for women, and "King Bee"
More people are pleased with
'akers than any other one kind
Will be found on our counters.
The finest white canvas slippers (i
for ladies that money could buy
d men's "pumps" are now on
stand sunshine and rain. We a
!xcept youi' feet and will get
nspect our stock. Still giving
S. , :S1To% N iXPOSII'ION,
-]'.r the,. , ab.en.caiont:rhit,(nhariE
tOt IV s1c;t r, ('rtriuliuu Rnlait'il! KcjJ
t ,cee p o l trip> tickt-ts. For
r t.ie ee see k.ielet at;euts or write,
Ernt st WViliat,u8,
0 P. A. An-nti, Ga.
Po I - dney Cure
rzake; kiuueys and bladder right.
F.Ior the uN ext 'l
Fruit of the loom bleaching
Other bleachings ydl. wide
Riverside checks, 7c.
Danville checks, 6c.
Other Dry Goods at pricesi
have just received a' ship)ment of
line con,plete and wve make the
inspect these goods.
WVe are still offering bargair
[I ,.10 !
M'veni's shoes fro m O, Iup
Nice line of OJxfords foJr eve
is to inlspec:t our Jine and if w' ''
claiml is trute, dlon't buly of uH,
W'\e have a nice new lotof:
the letest sty'le onI wh'1ich w' m i
I ring1 us youir p)rou ce,y
g<~ j to)rices for it.
PICIN' ', S. ('.
nillded SulimollS for 1liCe,
Cor',plaint Not S=rved.
'ATE OF SOUTH CARBOLINA
Court of Co-nmou Pletls.
ihn Ferguson as tru1see of Jam. M.
Ferguson und his children .'aiuea M.
Ferguson, Ava L. Lik, Augntins I.
Ferignson, 11amu1el It. F 'igitool, andl
Mlattin .. Ferguson and Jotn F"ergu.
son, Jr., and James Forguson
>hin Ferguson, Bet"j. F. KCing, J. W.
Caigle, HC.0. Mark'ey, T. B. Whit
mire, W. B. Freeman, .. P. Mill.r,
James Finley and the National Rank
of G'reeiivile, a c (rporation, H. T.
Strond, 11. M. Fergusou, J. M. For
fruson, bimes Ferguson, Frank Fer
guson, Henry Grady Ferguson, Mt.
tie Ferguon, Janie W hite, Anuic
WordIaw, James Al. Fterguson, Ava
L. Link, Augustus D. Forgusou,
Samn<-.1 T. Ferguson, Jaues d. Fer
gu'on, Jr., Mattie J. White Hattie
Valentine, J. McD. Bruce, and .T. P.
the Defendants above named:
You are hereby tiaunneidOc and re
iired to asw, r the imieided complaint
this netion, whaich is this d(Iy ti'ed in
e offico of te clerk of court, for Pick
is county, and to serve ' e ,py of yor11
swer to the maid co'r imphlit. on the suh."
riher1 'it. his oftice at Pickietis,S. C., w;t ii.
t.wenty d .S afier the s'rvice' herc.f
elusive of t he day of ush srvice; and
you fail to nuswer the o imp nint with
th e time aforesaid, the P1 imt.itl in
is netinl will ItpIly to Ilie c.nti, for
e re'if dem'tantiedl i the oplil 'nt.
atei April 2d. A. 1. 1907.
A. J. Boggs, C. C. P.
J. P Carey,
T,o the alenit (ehfenudan1 ts, Jamnes M.
u:rguson. Jan T . I'ergusein, 1r.,
uir ( Inul Ferg.- e t-, 1ai tie Ir
I, Janie White, Ava L. jink, Aiigs
s D. ]'trtnon1, S'1amne! It. Frgu sn
attiem J. W hite and l( Illie ial ie llte.
Take ntice( thAt the amlvieded 's1m
(ne tand( e-.mpltaai..t inl the aboivt' Sated
te werit(ae l i I he olliec of th. (':er!k
I' (:'(urt of I'ioe.. a l " fori 'ie ns a:
mu111ty on the' '.'. may (of' A pril. 1917.
1. P. ('aiev,
Lwo Weeks we
at r oc.
, 5C tO 9):.
o pJropoCrtion to these. We'
D)ry G oods~ that makes our
prices r ight. Come in and
is in' .his linte that will open
I () KS!!
ear shoes at; /5C to-S.
rybody(t. .\11 we~ ask of you
mnoC St 'ho you tha what w ii
Ibn you ))L have to) s;ll and
G AND STILL WE
for April 1 906 tor sales for
in of almost two to one in favor
feel like our customers appr,.
same "Old story in the same
ir Stock a line of Stoves that
aratee, and when you need one
a line of New Era Paints.
lass in every way.
CE CASH STORE : '
lat comes around their
ust rr r m th tran an
so e nd no by efe ts.le t
SALES IN tEASIN
Are S. ling foi
jCompar: g our srles
1 April '9(; shows a g.
of April 1907.
1Such gT-s make us
ciate our way of doing
\Ve shall continue the
! We have added to o
we are pr< pared to GL
don't fail ) see ours.
+ We have also put in
They are strictly first-c
Come to USee
4Buys evry chicken tl
the o :ning
Glot him ei ii1'.2u