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J. -McD. Bruce, 1. M. Mauldin,
President." Cashier.
THE PICKENS BANK
PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA.
CAPITAL - - . - $20,500-00,
- PROFITS - - . - - 20,532.00
' DEPOSITS - - - - 150,000.00
5 Per Cent Interest Paid On Deposits
Directors
J. 1. Banister, B. A. Hagood, . W. M. Hagood,
J. M. Stewart, I. M. Mauldin, J. McD. Bruce.
T. N. Hunter. H. A. Richey, J. P. Carey,
W. E. Freeman Co.
"AT THE OLD STAND."
Are still offering bargains in dry
goods, notions, shoes, staple and
fancy groceries.
We can sell you a good roasted coffee at 12 1-2C the pound
Fancy patent flour at the old price, $5 the bariel
Rib sid meat at i1c the pound
Nice iite lard i oc.
~c6lo ene, 25c, 55c, and $1.25 the bucket.
Best grade granulaned sugar 1S pounds for $i
White Lake fish 7c the pound
Three cans of good pie peaches for 25c
" ""25C
Three pound cans toniatoes at ioc each
Alaska pink sahnons at ioc the can
Three cans of green beans for 25C.'
'Three cans sweet corn at 25C
We have just opened a new lot of Dress Goods and would
be glad to have you see them,
F. Free1aii & Co.,
iat*we pay highest masket prices for countr)
r cash or trade.
No Insurance
Company wvill insure any one havTing any tracte of
* Kidney Iroule
* Every trace of kidney trouble is eliminated by
* ~ WA will be paid by the Inter
~iUJU state ,jbernical Ci).. of Bail
timlor e, Md. for any cas~e of
Kidney trouble UVA sot. will not help.
A Word to th~e Wise !
Fs le by the'
KPickepsDrug (Comnpany,
Picken's, S. C.
ORGANIZED 1901.
Presidont. Vico Presidenit, Gsir
LIBERTY BANK,
-LIBERTIY, S. C.
- - - -- 10,O00,00
D\IRECTOR S.
w. 'r. O'DELL, H. C. SJInrEy
J. ( AwRnT, J, P. SmTH.
ts. Farmers, Firms, and Individuals solinitnd.
U:!n' eting
The secoud a ivishin of 0". P(1
mont union will mneet with ? aj ,k
Baptist chiurch 8:.tu hedl f.. t hi
fiftb Sunaday it) Ju- at. 1 'e , lit
mn.
10 a. in . D. votima1, r*i-etes by
Rv. J. M slemuty.
10:30, l'i. toaI fr m 01 h1 '. t ch. e.
11 lIn ire'd;ctory :*rga~tn by RL-.v *..
[1. Moore)J#, ltati,.. v P. F Cr.ii -
ford.
12 m. ltermii.
1 1 tit , 1st Qma-ry%, What ar- the
best me1-thIods of gein Ii g a largrr
number of chich tlm-bers to takte
1nihaetive pai in Cl It.ian w rk, eI a
Ukev. ,1. P. Dend4y.
2d Qn-ry ( iristiin developjamenti i.
the eb urchfem. Opt-ened Ib Riev. F. It
M1c, 1,n'lannu.
31 Q H-w, Hw call we impiove
..ur seaminity co ,anlit, 1.31y ltev. J. W
She-riff.^
10 D. m. 1). volioinal t .-rcistie I-.
IU- v. U A. .\irlin
10:30 :'undaiy Slcml lan Ma , emnt,l
ai 1h11a 1% A. ii. Me~live and ReOv.
.1. P. D Int.
11 i S..Iii8rmn- by R"ev. D. W.
Fliott, ilte nate It, v. U A. -a' -i lin.
WS ia.mo,
TOBACCO
IS a delicious chew,
made from the best
North Carolina leaf;
a leaf that has a spec
ial texture, a special
flavor and which
makes RED EYE a
speciallyfineandsatis
fyingchewingtobacco.
Most people prefer it
to tobacco costing one
dollar per pound.
Ask your dealer for it and
insist on him keeping it.
MERCHANTS
Write for Special Prices.
DENTIST.
OFFICE- --.
OYER PICKENS DRUG CO'S STORE,
J. F. HARRIS,
Pht 'KEN", S. C.
one morE)1a been'u 4I'-Iso-traa'ed ini th lit
of (. V. Pep:er. He wrait,, s: "J. wvas inl
orI ath h i :.ni thro ).'Dct- as failed
I.'' help mae, .utaa all haopea ha .: flEda whenCI .
midlyi~i~ , a c ini thi. w ~E a:.~ .1 was tabl
to) go) to wornk " (hun:ctend. (:1-e for~
P.ickensi Druig Co. , air Jg )-tor, Tr ial 1ot -
i.h.' free.
Notice to Deb[ars anzd Creditors,
a 01. i I~th 11)1)- )4 th blet h aau
(ItIuly I' pr (In onj or' before th i a*i)t (day of
ugaust, 1',07, or be dela'irred ,)aymenut;
and a p or x ind~eblta'd toa )4iid es'ate,
maus.tomae paymen'ilI12t on) ori betfore the
above date to I he uniders ign)(eI.
June 13, 1907t3. E. B. Ranmsay,
T .IAsay',
We Watit Larger
Chickens Now.
e gEN frying chickens first come
-in everybody seems hungry
for them and will pay a fancy price
for very small chicks. - We know
it would be nice to esasell chick
ens all the year roundfor 25c before
they shed their down, and we would
be glad to buy them of our custom
ers, but you will remember thatevery
body is crying for larger chick
-' ens.
1lLet us state a few facts with
reference to the small chick in
hot weather:
1hey are tender and can't be ship
ped like larger ones.
They are "made light of" by our
home folks who come to us to buy
chickens. They often remark, "where
is the ir mammy?"
1They are often mashed to death in
coop in trasit and when they reach
their destination their destination'
their little hearts are broken and when
the city lady comes around to select a
chicken for dinner, by being pnshed
around by their cruel hand in search
E of a iarge chickens as night comes on
they are left alone in their coop
they are often kept a few days-somie
sicke some die, and th
-sold at half price. The market is
never glutted with large chickens but
it can be donec with small ones. Keep
themi a little longer and get a fair
price for themi the year round.
'kComle to see u's,
CRAIG BROTHERS.
ONE-PRICE CASH STORE.
TF
eJUSTI- AR"AIVED!
As you can see they have just arrived iromi the train and
.re the advance guiard for Spring and Summer styles.
Wec arc- &howingr ome hendlsome and nbyeffects at

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