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rcOWS, S. C.:
TRURsAY NOVEMBER 4. 1909.
Once more we will pencil your
paper a few thoughts. It has
been a long time since we have
On last Friday it was our
pleasure to be in the town of
about 15 minutes.
About five minutes of that time
aO taken up by business with
Ne probate judge and the other
ten we spent in swapping a few
With that loquacious gentAeman,
M. F. Rester. As everybody
knows, "Tup" Hester is about
the best informed main in town.
He knows everything that is
going on in town and when a
man comes to town if Tup sees
him he soon knows what is go
ing on in that man's section.
But while, conversing with
Mr. Hester our eyes were flash
ing about and we noticed many
things. Pickens is certainly a
hustling little town. It does as
much business as any town
twice the size of it. We noticed
some improvements that had
bein made since our last visit to,
the place while others are in the
course of construction.
We would have liked very
much to have paid the editor of
this paper a visit but time would
As Pickens is the birthplace of
the writer he has a warm spot
SVOPS FALLiNG HAIR -
hgredients: jig Ga
Ask yoar doctor if there i
Ask him also if there is
The men who wear
shoes are men who do
in whose veins the :
U predominates -men v
courage of their co
whether on dress-fc
. why they wear KING QU
shoe of shoes' for men.
In the KING QUAIT
* and comfort balance ea
Method of shoe cons
materials in every part of the shoe.
So long as real merit shall count with men
inceauggt1--sndexpress their preference for
NEW FALL SHAPES ANI
C uta-Creme, Camnph
In fact we have
Toilet Articles for
Don't forget that
II. E. LEWIS, P1
Next Door to Post Office.
*Fovr tracts of valuable farm
the town of Pickens, well watert
ann in one of the best neig]
county, Frontinug on two publi<
of the crops grown in this coun
bale of cotton per acre.
We also haye several vacant
several houses and lots. All 'at:i
to suit any person determined to
buy today but the thief of time
.J. F. H ARR1
'in his heart toward the town.
The president of the Norris
Mills, Mr. T. M. Norris, has
helped the looks of our little
town by having the tenant cot
tages recovered with metal roof
ing and repainted. This mill is
running on full time and has
plenty of cotton and is still buy,
ing. When this mill stops
for lack of cotton or on account
of scarcity of money just phone
your neighbor that all the mills
Mr . . E. Garrett, of Six Mile
tells the writer that ho pulled
1,400 bundles of for)1lr amd
gathered 149 measurcd bushels
of corn off of 1 3-4 acres of land
this year. Who can beat that?
Why go to Texas to buy land
when South Carolina has such
soil as this?
The writor knows when Dr.
Chapman sold this land for $12
per acre and now Mr. Garrett
says he has been offered $95 per
acre for it. It certianly pays
any man to feed and care for
his land if he expects a good
yield. Mr. Garrett has an ideal
place to live. A nice residence
in a beautiful place within five
minutes walk of a Baptist church
and a good school. B.
Woodruff, S. C., Oct. 29, '09.
An event of considerable in
terest to the people throughout
South Carolina and especially
Upper Carolina was the wed
ding of Miss Carrie M. Floyd of
Woodruff and Dr. L. 0. Maul
din of Greenville which .took
placein the Presbyterian Church
here at 2 P. M. to day.
The ceremony was performed
by Dr. S. 0. Byrd. President of
Chicora College assisted by Dr.
J. J Harrell of the local minis
try who by their graceful and
impressive manners made mem
orable the event v hich will ever
be history to the bride and
groom and .to the numerous
friends who witnessed the cer
AN ELEGANT DRESSING
MAKES HAIR GROW
ceria Qdm.Sodium 01*6nd.
iga AcooLwater. Perfowe.
s anything injurious here.
not genuine merit here.
bor the f-lair
i. Lowell. Mass.
od or horse
ALITY - 'the
Y SHOE style
se unique Arnold,.
:rction-combined with selected and tested
in the selection of a shoe-justso lonag Will
D) STYLES NOW READY
or Ice, Cold Cream,
complete line of
Cold Weather Use.
'. G., Proprietor
4... Pickens, S. C.
ing lands for sale, t wo miles from
~d, Plenty of timber, good pasture
1borhoods to be found in Pickens
roads. Land is adapted to any
ty and plenty of it will make a
lots in the town of Pickens, also
~easonable prices and upon terms
run own a home. The luer will
will wait uniil tomorrow anid get
IS Gen. Mgr.
The bride is a charming
voung lady, a graduate of Chic
ora College and for two years
sin(e graduating has been a
teacher in her Alma Mater.
She is a (laughter of Mr.
Enoch G. Floyd of this town and
a prominent business man here.
Dr Maildid is a gentleman of
the tru tvpe. He is agraduate
of Cleison College. of the
South Carolina Medical College
and has done Post Graduate
work in some of the leading hos
pitals and universities of Eng
land and Europe.
He has for several years been
located in Greenville practicing
the Eve, Ear, Nose and Throat
Specialty and is regarded as one
of the foremost physicians and
specialists of South Carolina.
This wedding is interesting on
account of the union by it of
two of the distinguished families
of the state.
The ceremony was interesting
The quaint little church was
tastefully decorated with ele
gantly arranged evergreens and
flowers appropriate to the occa
sion and there were fair maids
and genteel groomsmen in at
The Dame of Honor was Mrs.
F. K. Stallworth of Woodruff.
The Maid of Honor was Miss
Elizabeth Floyd, the bride's sis
The bridesmaids vere as fol
Miss Mabel Kirkpatrick, Fort
Mill, S. C.
Miss Eleanor S. Urquhart,
Blacksburg. S. C.
Miss Dell Kilgore of Woodruff.
Miss Maggie Bullington of
Miss Estel Rhea of Woodruff.
The groomsmen were as fol
Mr. Allen J. Graham of Green
Mr. Milton G. Smith of Green
Mr. Harry T. Poe of Green
Dr. 0. P. Earle of Greenville.
Mr. Alvah T. Sublette of
The best man was Major
Frank G. Mauldin of the United
States Army, a brother of the
The ushers were Mr. John
Floyd of Woodruff and Mr.
Ja'mes Irby of Woodruff.
The bride and groom left on
the 3:20 train for Washington
and points north where after a
short sojourn they expect-to be
at home to their numierous
friends in Greenville.
-FOR SALE - Silver Laced
Wyandotte eggs. $1.00 per 15.
Guarantee a hatch of 8 out of
15 J. T. PARTRIDGE.
We have a line of Shoes tha
see. Of course in seeing th
know for you to see them anc
low price at which we are sellir
Below we quote a fewv prices
Ladies Coarse Shoes:-I lo
Veal Calf polish, at $i.15
I lot 401 "Domestic" Kanga
i lot Mule Skinmn plaiu toe
Fine Shoes.-Our "Virginia
can't be beat anywhere. It is
Men's Work Shoes:-No. 22
toe, at $2.00.
Same as above in black at $:
'"Mesenger," a good "Brogar
Men's Fine Shoes:-A good
"True Merit" Shoes in "ater
$2-75. This is a good welted
the $3.50 shoes.
Little "Broags" for the boys
ine of children's coarse shoes
1,200 yards of heavy OutirE
WVe have this in almost any col
Heavy Underwear for men,
You should see our line of
at 25c. and Soc.
When you are in the marje
Srore you will do well to see o
Let us fit you up in shoes f
make special prices on lots.
STATEMENT OF T
Located at Liberty. S. C.. at the
Loans and Discounts..... ..... .....f@5e5
Demand Loans ... ...... ......... ..... .56; :3
Overdrafts ....... .... .... .--.--......1.4184 (17
F iture a I Fiturs.... .. I. ;40
Currency....................--. -- --- -- -
Ceks and Cash tems . -.....- *1
Total....... .. ............---- e
S'AT E OF SOUT.H CARO0LINA,
COUNTY OF PIcKENS.
ora. the above and forging statemnt is a tr
Sworn toan.-d subscribed before me this 13th
W TV. O'DELL L,
i'i' y. S'ILE Directors.
Short Crops. Long Dollar
With Us. The
We buy everything i
Here 'ou don't have to hel) i-v tie ot.
movtA to Ntrth Ccarolina r 1Go and
bax-#%,;l n d 1 v olll icr 0 0'x pcllsv I l'I t a ma
You take no chances in buy:ns your i nrm us, as an
I back and your money refunded. Dori't that sound good? W
We will sell you first class merchandise as close as any co
through you will find us a little lower in price-a little higher ii
We buy and sell most anythihg in the produce line and
We nenticn just a few prices fer our .consideration ar
Coat's Spool Cotton, Soc. per dQzen. a rte,.
Ginghams, the 7c. kidd, at 5c. the yard
Wmdow CurtaWns, good size, 75c. va- at 45c. the wiii
dow. Lok at them. They are beautie- 0or the money.
'I icking, Best A. C. A. Feather Ticking. S-ounce goods
and worth at least i 8c. of any man's money: our price i 5c, yd.
Boys steel Express Wagons, 75c. to $1.75
Bleaching, 36 inch, good weight, ioc. vaue, special at S
Seed Oats: Genuine Red and Winter Grazing at a very
Feed Oats, White Clip, best feed oat on earth.
Salt, ioo pound sacks, ftne and white, 6oc.
Scgar, 2; pounds fine white granulated for $i.;)
Come 1o0e us when iln need of
Shoes, Clething, Furnitiue, Stoves
Cin eS. N Gtion s, h ats, (ow Feod,
found in a first class general store.
T M NORRiS, Pres and Tres. C F NORRI
es. Shoes?' C0L0
wewol be glad for you to
am is no money for us, but we
consider the quality, style -ind 8
them you are sure to buy.
that we feel cannot be beat
no. 72! "Arthur's Perfection," ~/~
oo polish at $1.25.
nd cap. Special at $i.55
Gir" P atent Tip Shoe at $r-50
Ssolid as a rock.
, heavy Tan, Long Vamp, cap
0' at $1.25 a pair. Size 6 to 11
un Metal at $2.25
or Gun Metal leathers at//
shoe and is equal to mcst of r"
t $i-i5. We htve a strong
t85c. and upward.
g;oc valne, at 8%'c per yard. ~
rr o stripe.
Nomen and children at a good i'./~
Fascinators, Scarfs and Shawls,
Sfor anythmng kept in a Variety~ okit u hwwnI
ur goods and get prices. th, oeotmkr,te e
r your whole family. We will wnes
MAN & CO.
E CONDITION OFI
lose of business Sept. 8th, 1909.
LI A BILrIIEs.
pide rto ls/ n Pidi. ...... -. 5.000O00
Individal J)pO Stibje to h k. -~975
h er e tsof D)eposit.... . lil - t 6 i.lk
Moe Horw d . .. . --
S Tota - *4Look, r nt o ur s how. in-to
the above rxthedforemostivmakers, they sror
W II.(11in bulk, ifa notbic.
s==When You Spend Them
re are Reasons.
and Sell for Cash!
e('r fellow's debt-the debt ie inade And
left unpaid. WVe' have no big rents or city
i doing biisiness in the town r city h
ything we sell that does not prove as repr.-sented will b,!taken
ell; it is true. If you are from Missouri let us s'iow you.
nservative merchant can sell them, and taking the whole in
i quality-than most stores.
pay the top of ihe market prices.
id will appreciate any buiness you can give us.
Corn Shellers, "Black Hawk," the best on earth for fami
1y7 use; will last a lifetime; pr ce $1.75.
Flur: 200 barrels of flour, bought early. Every sack
soid under a positive guarantee.
Wiuter is now here and all feet must be shod. We can
fit the whole family and handle a guaranteed line of Shoes.
Come to us for youi shoe bill.
We are agents for the New Barrett Stove, the best on
earth, burns less wood aud co, ks quicker than any other make
If you are thinking of a new Sewing Machine call and let
us show you the "White" Vibrating, a Rotary Shuttle. The
I White is superior to other makes in that it runs lighter, has
Ireater speed, less noise, lasts longer and is more beantiful.
\We will make yoi a very close price on this machi for cash
or wiil sell on time.
thing in Dry GjI,7 oce s
('u i 1s Tar 't,O 8 0H i di
Salt and most any thLin Us"utly
jEE, S. C.
IS, Secretary. E N WHIITNiiRUE, Manager.
IR in Fabrics
Will be a marked feature of the fail
and winter season; a gre at variety
of beau tiful patterns is being shown.
Somer of the new colorings are so
attractive that men are apt t.> necg- 2
ect the plain blue serge or b ack
WVe advise you to have at least
one good blue oi black suit, in ad- )
dition to the fancy, colored weaves; ')
aid a black or Oxford Gray Over- ~
c'oat in addition to the fancy fabric.
TVhis permits a cha.ige, and gives
each suit a rest; to get cleaned and
pressed. It prolongs the life of all
your clothes, to treat them this way.
ws, you will see there a display of new models from some 01
>resent the latest fashions, and you will spot them at once as
Yours to please,
My stock of goods miust be sold in
rice they will bring.. Prefer to sell
ill retail. No reasonable offer will
-nmust o. Both my store=roomis for
ank you. ior past patronage.
. H ARRIS.