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Entored April 28, 1908 at Pickenu, 8. as second clais matter, under aot of Congrese of March 3, 1879.
VQL _____!_. PICI~I, 0U1TH CARLINA, THIUDAY AILI 23 19c8 14
R. C. R01
Ilave bought stock of goods fort
in Hoyle building, and am consta
The very best full p itent Flou
barrel; and as an extra induceme
vill give you 8lbs of the very be!
Best quality yard-wide sheeting
A nice line of Shoes, bought h
I thank the public for the libern
extend a cordial invitation to all
<f REAL BARGAINS.
R. C. R4
J~e'Handle all kinds of Countj
W I)EPOSIT Y
- IN TEJ
l'heii' Safe has been tried and found Bur.
This Taiek I-ss Iurg hir Inui u-e, Fire La
ya. our injonv-y.
Lil.ca al Ii tei est allowed on Time r'< px
cu (up"A ttisfaLctoriIy,
'H. ('. SH IRLEY. Cashier.
Atlanta,. Ga., also Al
Over i 5,ooo Gradual
- %" I -I! (X 0 Ill 'Iit ith -n eve3y yt nr for 10 o
e. An ave1n;Le o two 01 eni;jH (or tvery studit n
70 typewriting machines
The Southiern also conducts the
i.pon whlih institution the railioads and teleyrail
Main Line Wires Rur
Write for cattalogue. Enter now 'Tho Southei
i the South. Add ress,
A. C. BRISCOE, Pres., or W
These are two things we all ht
'I am running a Fancy Grocer
WUscuit Co's. Goods, Ie-Coldi Dr
etc., etc ,) and first-clae's Restaura
All the delicacies of the s
My stock of Fancy Gioceries
.ectfully ask for a share of your
Liberty, S. C.
nerly carried by R. H. Crane,
ntly adding to this stock..
r on the market at $5.65 per
nt to get some of your trade,
;t i5c. coffee for $1.oo.
r at 64c. the yard.
Lst fall to go at a reduction.
i1 patronage given me and
to call on me when in search
y Produce for cash or barter.
Furence, Cashier Borided, so you can't
sits. see H. C, Shirley and he will fix
bany, Ga. Branch
:es in Positions
kkeepers, E tenographers. Telegiaph Operators
t that attends the Scuthern.
the lnrgest collection or lypewriters owned
9 by tiny concern in the South.
icolupanie are contstantly calling for opra
Iinto This School.
-n la the oldest and largest Blusiness college
.L. ARNOLD, Vice-Pres.
int some times.
y (Canned Goods, National
inks, Cigars, Tobacco, Fruits,
wnt in connection, with
eason Served in Style.
is pretty complete and I rss
Central, S. C.
New Crisp Sprir
In Full B4
Some people say "these are har
Hl1ard tiiis" are the best times i
rlt little more than her money's y
limes in the world for us to prove
mlore than your money's worth.
to select from-bought since thi
CASH at the lowest cash price, t]
)n all pml chases in DRY COD
We4 have everything that aL,
Notions, Hosiery and Undeerwear,
i Panama or Voile Dress.
My prices are all Special: "0.
You will find me in Vest End,
For EIGHTEEN YEARS.
West End. - er
To the Readers of The S(
The merchants of Pickens can boycott their o
we wish to say to the trading public that the NOR
buys goods to sell and not to lie on the shelves of
No old goods on hand.
Low Prices-Honest Weights and Fair D~ealina
Ballard's Obelisk Flour at $5--35 per barrel.
Two boxes of Shells for 75C.
Everything else in propor tion.
Our Millinery Departme~nt is complete Ladi
Satisfaction guaranteed or money back it you
All kinds of country produce taken.
It wi11 pay tiose living at a distaLnce to come
Come one, come all.3
NOR IS. SOUT H
ig Dry Goods!
d times." Suppose they are.
ii the world to offer a woman
vorth; and they are the best
that we are giving a little
We have a big stock for you
a fall in prices-bought for
ierefore we are prepared to
S and SHOES this Spring.
idy will need in Dry Goods,
ri-m a 5c. 1landkerchief to
:)e Price TO AI-li.
where I have done business
11c0. - - - gli. O..,
aina Ho us~e.
wn town paper if they wish, but-right here
RIS BARGAIN HOUSE, at Norris, S. C.,
Prices move goods.
is our Motoj
es cordially invited to inspect our stock.
Near Norris depot,
here for what they want.
'ours for business,