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Our Sale is Over
The mitd a'tiur salw hias come to a clotise 'he people bought )l
liberally and Were loleasefl with their pur-ch:,sea.
I thank thatnik thkenu for their liberal p 'roi.e ;an aprciate
their confhience in -he abilizy of tli.i coicern to sell goo-i ^oods at
At alI time tte K. S. Co's sitack is fr shi ('u coilette id
they appreciate the hayicg publiv <lilling on themn early and often.
Conte in while the imly !ge is taking his vacation and let 0ne
sell you i god big hi 1o1thtt. I wanit a raiso in salay when101 Ihte
oura fr ha.a:vv buying
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eowee Suppl Co.
Spartanburg, South Carolina
Wofford College HENRY N, SNYDER, President
A Ieal college with high standards of scholarship and char
acter. Excelnt equipment. Unsurpassed health coidi
lioms. Cixpenses moderate. Loai funds for worthy stu
ber -. h. efo caithalogui.
Wiec J. A. GAMEWELL, Secretary.
Woftord College Fitting School
Spartanaurg South Carolina
A ligh-gaide preparatory School for boys. Small classes.
huilividial att1entioni. $1.55:1 paos all expenses. Next
essaon 44et embeh-*.?4~thq
A. MASON DUPREE. Headmaster.
WX7E HOLD up Red Meat-the
chew for men. Always
good-better now than
ever. No spice to make your tongue
sore-no excessive sweetening to 9
make you spit yourself away and ruin
your stomach. Just high-grade North
Carolina tobacco, properly sweetened by
a perfect process. Sure s you're born
it's the real thing in good chewing
Get busy today and find out for yourself
Cut out this ad. and mail to us with your
( name and address for our FREE offer to chewers only.
Address - ___L
Made only by LIIPFER'T SCALES Co., Winston-Salem, N.C.
Itstoo H ot to Read Mc
B~ui This is Short:
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OUR SODA FOUNTAIN!
Fresh Nunnd lys (andy, None~ better, Few as good.
== .ea me meo e aaeem am
Layinir by tiime is Here
3 Every b~d, wants to rest. M'ouintain e'usion :ilbt picaiei Cli
5 parties h31 a' thet day.
ToI4)iii al such we 1( aepr1Ileared to hel'ip youl hIav,- ani enbjo y ale outl . 5
de'r Pi '0 n i llas, augar, rice, coffee, writs. cin~ itg oili. hlld kit
ih, salt, 14yru ps, oives'*, pickle's, all k irails of' c on ted meats and
fruits, A jelis, ete., tIn cups), buckes,. pans5. andi *'ooak ing utentsi Is. andi
a No. 1 craanker-a-jaclbk cook sto.
We enna furish~l yo,. wvith gooda w agoni Iiiarner s, a bilr . 'nds,
a cheeik-i lines, homes,&'. taes!, etc. noi'on your trip lix-d' up ight
and1( iavoid :iaiets1
Tl'l youtr frme'is oin thie ruri.d Irobnies to buyi a elv'.* ia iron
maiail botx heare'
PaOlth upj youlr patsturte fence. We~ hllI ave piet.y of barbi wir S
S . ross5 cutt 'slamv ha d Vs, hlanunlers, haitch ' . a hireli.. hiti
&lbraes, squares,'i4 and othler thiings.
&%aw null mutpphi-s and rep~air4
I Pickens 11dw. & (Grocery Co,
0 FOR SALE.
20 1-4 acres near Wesley. CoI!ege, good buildings, wa
ter and pasture, $t, i x.oo.
42 acres in corporate irr.its - L..berty, buildings, water
and pasture, $1,950.o.
95 acres 1 1-2 miles south of Liberty, buildings and good
67 acres i 1- miles south of Liberty, a bargain $3, 300 00
40 acres near Camp Creek church, one house, wood and
water, $ i, 200.00..
147 acres 7 miles south of Liberty in Anderson county,
8-room house, a good farm and well located $
7 acres in Liberty, $4ooo.
13 acres in Liberty $700.oo
z5 acres in Liberty. good house. $i..po-co.
5r0 acres. good 5-room house. .4o acres cleared; a good
farm in i 1-2 miles of Liberty. $2.o0.
o; acres hnown as part of the Buriss I frm, best
land and location in the county. good buildings. $.1,900.00.
So acres-rhe M. W. Newton place---one ilI of Norris.
This land will make a bale of cotton to the acre or oo bushels
of corn. New 5-room house and good barn, $6,000.00.
40 acres at Six 'Mile church. good o-room house and barn
oo acres near Pleasant 1ll church. level and good build
c can ive good t e rmis on .0 :teese lands.
1. F. BANISTER.
Liberty. S. C.
Fine farm land
A/"wI N A
DO you wish to invest your surplus moneyv in -r
lands. Land is conti nualy going up. and there i no s1 rer
waLy of your making a good income than by investin vur
money in some good Georgla farms,
If you want land to cultivate anI want to get im 1. the
garden slpot, see me, I have fine improved and unim proved I
productive laiids at the most reasonable prices, or if you want
to own a home in a section that is blessed with all the favor
able conditions, look over my list.
One of the nicest litle places in this section is a 6' -acre
tract, in 2 1-2 miles of 'Turnerville; 3o to 40 acres cleared; lots
of forest trees, has some good branch bottoms on it, has t.vo
houses, good well of water and an excellent spring. Can seil
you ihis for $8oo, one-half cash and balance to suit pIurchaser.
Come quick for I won't have this bargain long.
Anotheu snlap is a 75-i.cre tract that is right near railroad
station. This is splendid land, about hall of it cleared. Has
on it two buildings, barn, etc., is well wvateredI and wvell located C
on p~ublic road, in a good community and is just 1 -2 mile from
school. For a quick get-awvay to some of my old Pickens t
county friends, $ 0oo.(o wO~ill swing- the deal; i -2 cash and bal
ance to suit the purchaser.
A nice 16o acre farm for $i 80o It lies wvell, i- 2% ']
miles of Turnerville and 2 miles of Hollywood; 40 acres clear
ed. 2 good houses on it. A g-reapacfostkdir or
150 acres for $i 500. Has good house on place; in
y% mile of Hollywood: 2 I acres ('learedl. Splendid farm with
good school and church adlvan tages
Within 1-2 mile of Turnerville, Ga., and on a leading
public road, I have another pick up for a Pickens county man,
in a 6o-acre tract with some clear-ed land, well wvateredl, some
good branch bottoms, good 3-room house on p~lace, good
orchard of fruit trees, good well and sp)lendidl spring. This
property will not be on the market long at $ 1000.00. This is
a rare bargain, and if you want it come quick for I have option
for only a short time.
People that come here. dIon't want to leave, and all who
have been able to do so have bought while out here, while
others have gone back to arrange to buy.
We have a regnlar "'Pickens Cou nty Colony" here and(
new iniembers are constantly being added. T[he boys wvant
you to join them andj I can hix you so you wvill be a full fiedgedI
member in ajiffy.
Conme and see me, whether you buy or not, it will (do you
good, and help you too, to look over this country and fmind out
why others like it so) well.
For real estate at a lowv price in a good community see
J. A. PEEK,
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Gold Cro wnm 2A2k.....- ........................................ 4.00 E
G old F illing ..... .... ........ ..... .... .... .... ..... .... ........ 1 .5 0
Silver Filling.................-..........................7 5 e to 1.00
Teeth Extracted Painuless..........,................ -........ 50
All other Dental work at prices that will please you.
Piedmont Dental Room4
DR. R. G. KILLINGSWORTH Proprietor,
11I9 1-2 N. Main St. *Grceenlie, S. C.]
FOR THAT KEG OF
THE DRINK THAT REACHES THE SPOT
Pickens ottiing orks
R. L. Davis Proprietor
ONE GREAT AUGUST
a Clearace Salo.
Summer Goods must
make room for our fall
Business. All Goods re
duced. Short ends and
Remnants will be sold at
MONEY S WING PRICES to
All low cut Shoes will
also go with this cut price
Yard wide Sea Island at
5c the yard
A. K. PARK,
West End Greenville,
FINE F A RVL -
3 ACRE', 2 Miles from Liberty, Known as
if cultivati 'n, 100 acres cleareal, new 8-room resi
Ient e, new outbuildings, 20O acres in Bermuda grass
Pasture wired in. One mile from school and church.
rais is an excellent place and a ba' gain at $6000.
rerms if you need them.4'
Some desirable farmns in Six Mile section for sale.
I have farms in all sections of the connty. Let
ne know your wants in the real estate line.
H. M. H ESTE R
TH E R EAL EST AT E MAN
lOx 264. Pickens, S. C.
Pickens llank IBuildling.
Let me wvrite your fire insurance; I'll place you in g4ood re..
Ilble comn dfies.
Slippiers at $1(.00( Per Pair.
Pickens County has been wonderfully blest this+
tear with enough rain to keep the crops from suffer-.
ng with the exception of a very few localities and
iow the rain .as been general and many fields that
ooked like they would be a failure are going to pro
luce good crops. Surely every body ought to feel
eanlkful No eoubt the crop has been made with the
east expense for years, and we doubt whether there
ias ever been a better prospect in this county than
we have now.
We are offering until Sept. 1st our $1.50 and $I.75
ady's slippers for only $1 per pair. We have many
idds and ends that will give great values during Au
ust Do't ailtobring us the chickens and eggs.
ut. ontfito ours truly.
JRAIU bROS CO.
One-price Cah Merchan+.