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A farmer would be foolish to waste time cradling
wheat in these days of the modern grain binder. It's
harder work and it don't pay. ,
This is an age of mechanical conveniences, labor sav
ing devices and efficient systems, and one of the most ef
ficient systems ie the present banking system as used
by this bank. AU up-to-date businessmen and farmers
do all their business through the bank because it is easier
and better and it pays! Our system is right up-to-date.
We have all modern conveniences and it will PAY you
to use them.
The Bank of Trenton, S. C.
Best White Pine Doors ?1 3-8 2-8x6 8 with mortised lock and
?I . hinges on-all for $3.50.
Best White Pine Sasb, 10-12 or 10-15, 12 lights, for $3.00.
Best W&ite Lime at $225.
. Best'Pat.--Plaster at $1.00, sacks returned.
Best White sacked Cement.$1.00, sacks returned.
Bert. Rod'Erick at S2.00; Salmon at ?1.80, bats included.
Framing <:ut to erder.
RuberoidiiSoofing of all kinds at prices to meet competition.
Cypress aad Cedar Shingles and all kinds of building mate
rial earned ?a Qtoek.
E. S. JOHNSON.
Prospective builders should get ray prices on material
of ali kinds.
A carload of RED CEDAR Shingles just received.
Brick, Lime, Placter and Cement always on hand.
Send me your orders for Cotton -Seed Meal and Hulls.
I solicit your patronage. Will always make the lowest
Af. A TAYLOR
and every day. Come in any time and
arrange your own program. In leisure
and comfort, enjoy the very kind of
entertainment you like - for as long as
you like. No obligation whatever.
Perhaps the new dance music appeals
most - perhaps the popular song hits
furnish your kind of entertainment-j
or perhaps you like band and orchestra
'music best. Whatever your taste, the
Columbia Grafonola will gratify it to
your heart's content. Every record is
perfect in its clearness and sweetness.!
Come in and enjoy a Columbia enter
tainment this week.
JOHN A. HOLLAND,
The Greenwood Piano Man
REFERENCE: The Bank of Greenwood, the Oldest and Strongest Bank
in Greenwood County.
Petit Jury, Second Week.
W. E. B. Tompkins, Pickens.
a M. Thomas, Edgefield.
B. L. Reames, Johnston.
J. N.'.Lybrand, Johnston.
George Thompson, Ward.
G. W. Holmes, Pickens.
E. E. Walker, Trenton.
James Clark, Ward.
A. A. Edmunds, Edgefield.
W. A. Rawl, Pickens.
L. M. Johnson, Pickens.
W. C. Williams, Blocker.
Ed Harrison, Trenton.
Arthur Harling, Blocker.
J. P. Adams, Elmwood.
J. E. Reynolds, Talbert.
A. M. Clark, Johnston.
LL. R...Hammond, Collier.
G. B. Reynolds, Johnston.
W. M. Agner, Colliers.
R. W. Glover, Meriwether.
O. L B^lack, Trenton
J. C. Harris, Colliers.
J. .B. Hermes, Collins.
H. H. Smith, Collins.
C. A. Nicholson, Elmwood.
J. J. Griffis', Moss.
L. D. ?wearingen, Trenton.
J. J. Mayson, Talbert.
T. C Mathis, Collier.
J. W...Parkman, Blocker.
J. A. Claxton, Ward.
G. T. Burton, Blocker.
L. J. Rutland, Ward."
W. C..Hammond, Collier.
L. S. Heese, Meriwether.
tua! Insurance Asso
Properly Insured $4,268,300.
WRITE OR CALL on the undei
signed for any information you ma}
desire about our plan of'insurance.
We insure your property against
FIRE, WINDSTORM or LIGHT
and do so cheaper than any Com'
pany in existence.
Remember, we are prepared tc
prove to you that ours is the sai esl
and cheapest plan 'of insurance
Our Association is now licensed
to write Insurance in the counties
of Abbeville, Greenwood, McCor
mick, Edgefield, Laurena, Saluda,
Richland, Lexington, Calhoun and
Tne officers are: Gen. J. Fraiei
Lyon, President, Columbia S. C..
J. R. Blake. Gen. Agent, Secty. an?
Treas., Greenwood, S. C.
A, O. Grant, Mt Carmel, S. C. .
J. M. Gambrell, Abbeville, S. C.
J. R. Blake, Greenwood, S. C.
A. W. Youngblood, Hodges, S. C.
R. H. Nicholson, Edgefield, S. C.
J. Fraser Lyon, Columbia, S. C.
W. C. Bates, Batesburg, S .C.
W. H. Wharton, Waterloo, S. C.
J. R. BLAKE,
Greenwood, S. C.
February 1st, 19 ia.
Splendid opportunity for men and
women selling guaranteed hosiery.
Handsome profits made in either full
or spare time. Full line of men's, wo
men's and children's up-to-date
styles. Large commissions. Experi
ence not necessary. Write
PHOENIX HOSIERY CO.,
Weat Market Street Station,
The C. & B. Hat Company
123 Broad Street
is the owner of and is carrying on the
Mail Order business formerly handled
by the H. W. Clarke Hat Company.
All orders should be sent to them.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
carefully examined and
glasses properly fitted for
all errors of sight which
glasses will correct.
GEORGE F. MIMS
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
HORSES M MULES
?''.';.. . ..
Just received two car loads of horses and mules direct
from the farms of Kentucky and Indiana. In this lot you
will find all classes of horses, horses for speed, driving
horses, saddle horses, and also some elegant farm mares.
Prices right. Everything guaranteed to be as repre
sented. . ' 1
and Wood Saws
?V One way to get relief from the shortage of labor is to purchase a gasoline engine
?j and a wood saw. We can supply these engines in lj, -3, 6 and 8-horse power. Be
sides cutting wood a gasoline engine can be used for pumping water, shelling corn,
grinding feed, etc. Surely ncrprogressive farmer can afford to do without one of these
outfits. The farmer who has a gasoline engine will tell you' that he cannot get along
< Call on us or drop us a card
Stewart & Kernaghan
BO YOU KNOW OF ANYTHING AS GOOD AS THIS?
New Life Insurance
protects you against Total Disability, Death from Natural causes,
Death from Accidental causes and provides a Cash Endowment
against the maturity of the Policy.
These figures are on a $10,000 Policy. Smaller
amounts in proportion
1. If you die under age 60 the Company pays . . $15,000
2. If you d?e by Accident under age 60 the Co. pays . $25.000
8. If you die between 60 and TO Company pays . . $10,000
4. If you live to age 70 you receive in Cash .... $10,000
1 5. If you become Totally Disabled you Cease Paying Policy.
6. If you become Totally Disubled the Company pays $100.00
per month and no deduction whatever will be made from your
payments as set forth abovej
SMALLER AMOUNTS IN PROPORTION
For further information address *
?. J. NORRIS,