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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, December 10, 1908, Image 3

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fas ti thoseIt.e ool bat arq so neeo
- Icine for rubini bnr saws and harlds
ket for the Solientiflo Oetting of Sweeps.
ong RaRO and Can Handle
7' and Mcet
V'you don't know what we can do, on
GOOD WORK.
Ask your neight or. who have been pitr<
tiUG"JHES E
PICKEN
.STATEMENT OF T]
.TTHE LIBEI
.L&pAted at Liberty, S. C., at the
REOURUES.
Loans and Discounts..... . t.......59,80 88
Demand L4oans ................... ...... 5,17 50
Overdrafti ........ ......... ........... 699 75
Mon4s and Stocks owned by Batik -none.
Banking House................. ....... 1,5m 83
Furuiture and Fixtures...... ....... 1,000 4
Other-Real Estate--ngne ... ... .......
Due front Banks and Trust Companies 16,994 35
Currency.......... .... ... ....... 1,25000
Gold .....-.--.--- ................ ....... 25000
8ilver and other Coin . ......... ...... 442 30
,(hecks and Cash items 1500
-" t., --- . - - ............ 88W,840 00
.8TAfTE ovF0rOUTH OARO1INA,
CO1-TY OF PICKHNS
Hefore fe came I. C_ OiRLEY, Cashier of
sa. t above and foregoing statement is a trui
-of ad -Bank.
-Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th da]
-,.errect-Attest:
. 11. MORGAN
J. N. MORGAN, Directors.
- J. P. SMITH,
A 1 K. F
Wvent tono.C.-"r
Dry Goods
We are now ready for Fall ai
stock of Dry Goods and Shoes,
late, when there had been Br<
-anxious to sell, and offering ext
~Being in a position to accept th
at much lower prices than !<
* means you can buy your dry go
,did ,last year. My prices will
mnore -c. for calico but the best
.5e. .Goods that sold -lpst seaso
Heavy 1r.2ysc. Canton Flannel
Heav,y yard wide Sheeting 5C
The .best .selection of wool dr<
ifor less money~ Better underw,
36 inch $1.25 Taffeta Silk for
I bear the standard of Good 5
Come and let us prove what
A. K.
* BARGAT
The season of the year Is at I
goods-these goods we bought ea
the deal. only when we got the pr
* profit, and we now offer you:
Heavy Fleece-Lined Under-Gal
Extra-Heavy Close-Wove per s
L adies'.Underwear, medium wi
Extra-Heavy Close-WAove La<
per suit, 95c.
Heavy Knit Brown Balbriggar
Above goods in Children's sizes
We have a nice line of above
garment, 25c. to 50c. In Dress (
be eat. To see this line is to bu
the worider of the people and me
wearing them in comfort and
number you will save money, w
p air frota this stock. That $1
h as som~e been a seller, and w<
Come and see us before the stock~
we appvte. our trade, andl we wtil a
to soil you .A ERYK BE4T (A00DS4 [F
ghrowing ons .alt--e o 1sot la-ere to-,'ay
pae thar. yout Mnnot tot anay ep4ouroe, hatt'
*ac then Ir.y us, aUGoo wIll estways trad:
W. E. FitEE
StiHl giving oeupoals *sa iot~k
!oodW@ridag Shep
war to do a good jo of work in a hitu:
* flent to work up the timbor SwOOp
And now we have put in a
Your Sock Safely, Humanely
dlficatly.
d how
NE TURN OUT,
)niz'ng us.
OROTH E3RS,
s,s.C.
IFRCONDITION OF
tTY BANK,
close of business Nov. 27th, 1908.
LI %IuI[ITIRtV,
Capital Stock Paid in........ ...... ";6; , 0
Surplus Fund-none....................
Undivided Profits, less Current Expen
ses and Taxes Paid............... 5,950 83
Due to 1lanks & Trust Companies-Pone.
Dividends Unpaid-rone... ............
Individual Deposits Subject to Chock.. 33,522 00
Savings Deposits-none..... ..........
Demand Ccrtificutes & Deposits-none.
Time Certifeates of Depcst........... 12,631 09
Certified Checks-none................
Cashier's Checks ......--.............. 740 60
Notes and Bills Rediscounted-none..
Bills Payable, 3ncluding Certificates for
Money Borrowed --..........10,000 00
Total ..... ......... .... .....878 91
the above named Bank, who being duIy swor n
condition of said Bank, as shown b the books
H- C. SHIRLEY.
of 'Dec., 1903. .LY
II. L. CLAYTON, Notary Public.
DARK,
and Shoes.
,d Winter business, with a full
I did not go to market until
.aks in Prices. I found sellers
ra inducements -to cash buyers.
eir offers I bought largely and
>r several seasons past. That
ods for less money than you
be based on 8c cotton. 'No
branded goods will be sold for
n for 12ydc. and 15c. now rioc.
[ for ioc.
ass goods I have ever had and
ear for less money.
$1.00
hoes for little money.
we say.
Park,
94 SALRS
iand when you will need.,certain
,ry in the season, and we closed
ice right. We want only a small
e'ments (for Men) per suit, 85c.
uit, 95c,
aight, Fleece-Lined, per suit, 45c
lios' Underwear, Fleece-L~ined,
Men's Underwear, per suit, 95c
from 20c. to 50c.
goods in separate pieces at, per
oo0ds we have a line that can't
Ly. Our line of Shoes has been
~ny folks in this county are now
satisfaction. If we have your
orry -and corns by putting on a
.25 'Mule-Skin" Womani's Shoe
a have just gotton in a new lot.
is broken.
wage be find at t he Old Stand prepa, ed
se iELATMONEY. we earn mot
t. gtL voor monley, and gone tOe1morow.
ye rr'e here all the time. TEry th'e arket,
wit
MAN & CO.
d. IStand."*
baos Jss in. Have you gottese iou,'s?
106 South
GREE
enables you
whether for
variety.of le
rMea MusrAEiam to fit you sal
QUALITY OUQVNTS WITH US A$ I
aim is always to give value received-iio matt
When buying-keep the quality in mind.
SANTA CLAUS, EH
China and Classware of all d<
pieces, cups, saucers, pitchers, i
this line.
All kinds of Dolls. frotn'5c. ul
Shot Guns and Shells, (shells
All kinds of Fruits for the U
pies, Bananas, Raisins.
We have all of the ingredient
Citrons, Grated Cocoants, Aln
Our trade on all lines, ot goods has been
the patronage of our customers, You will I
Goods that money wilh buy, and you kni
wouldn't continue to buy from us.
Thanking yori for your trade, and wishing
Yours truly,
I. D. I
Proprietor Norri4
NORRIc
Newest Styes
FOR.MEN AND
Our New Pall Suits and
so unusually attracti'
printed descriptio
do themi justic
The man who gives the matter of the selecti
consideration will do well to pay us a visit and
of handsome garments that we have had m;
Makers in the world.
T HE YOUNG CH AP TH AT -WANTS TO
see the shoving-the world loves winner
inch a "Winner" with one of our Superb
FasT'mious DRESSERs who are PARTICULAR ABOU't
preciate our oxtraordinary collection of R
lored clothes-priced so reasonably that i
every gentleman to dress becomingly at 1i
Econcmicui, too, for our prices are as low as c
- ARE BETTER.
R AIN-COATS-The sensible garment for mi
---made of Priestly and other cloths. VW
numerous styles, shapes and lengths
suitable dor wet or dry weather-water-pr
very handy the year round for theatre or
Men's and Young Men's Furnishings in new s
every hue that
L. ROTH4
GRl EENV1
Hanler'ofthe Famous Sc moss BROS,, & Co,,
ES MFG Co's line o:
NV1LLE, S. C.
IHOES
ir Largetoe
to. find just what you. need in. Sho oe'.
Irebs or service w have It, and in su
athers and shalies that it will be no trobli
isfactorily.
ELL A$ WITH YOU, aud our cbnstay
et what the price. NN
-EADQUARTERS.
.scriptons-Sets and, individual
rases, tumblers and on through
Pioneer Express" Wagons,
still,two boxes for 75c.)
[oliday Season-Oranges, Ap.
s for your Fruit Cake-Sbed4d
ionds, Mince Meats.
better this fall than usuat, and we appreciate
ind us, at all times, carrying the Very Best
>w OUR PRICE IS THE LOWEST, or you
you the compliments of the season, we are
RICE
3 Bargain House
FineClothing
YOUNG MEN.
Dwercoats are
re that no
nocan M
~e. su mm
on of his Clothes careful 1EE EE
see the wonderful array
ide by the Best Clothes
BE OR~ IGINAL-better
s-and you'll look every a
Rex Designed Ar t Suiws.
[ TIEIR CLO'JRES wvilli ap.
eady-to-Wear-handtai
t is within the reach of*
ttle cost
~thers; OURjCLOTHs ES
d-season or for any time
orsreds and Cheviots in
-a light weight Overcoat
oof, yet dressy. In fact,
other occasions.
hades......Greens, Olives, Greys, Londo& Smoke
Fashion dictates.
EA-I-L.T" '%A7'EI..On gz
OHILD'S,x
LJLE, S. C.
L4 ADLER BRosi, MAx P. BRUN
high.-grad1A wares

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