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views of C(
be in %b
of the wee
ttention to th
wee He is !on
el headed men i
d what Ihe say
ad outlook is wel
tle county ar
great trunk line
They are: wel
nr o~wn road. th
- rippre either
see that the inone:
given to these enter
nds was the best in
ever made. And whi
i cif' many tho
hand when an
be built acros
the same mai
* ews nir
be Iiiklne whichw
haare now hear
-.Olve of the Olji
for tie: road.
th oad has alread
E vans -nd~ other
s have bcen secredct
-iroads from~ Atugu
eungthe line th:
ted out bt'
ta road as
county. The Ea
eonly point C
S which can 1
e d time agal
The grade over tl
is the easiest ai
11 known to ti
ohd isto be built wi
~t by Pickens? WI
y,~ from this tow
ly by and let othe
-gits of developme
-v ourselves to ce
purse we would
this or any other e
se cnstructed across or
of the county, b
- rprefer to see it cor
t house town.
*Chir~a revolt is assumil
.:r -rtions. The revol
oiuning strength a
: hei government troo
urn. Already mal
CThina have fallen 1i3
as.the rebels and col
cui off. The la
e~ that the imperi
her powers are ne
to intervene a
but nothing alor
et developed. T]
Why Leave Pickens.
Why go to Georgia or Texas
or anywhere else. This is as
good a country as can be foud
anywhere. One of our citizens
told us not long ago that he came
to Pickens ten years ago with i
$600.00, and now can show $12,
000. There are a number of
others in this town and other
towns in the countyand through
out the county who have done
0 equally as well.
Another of our citizeis ex
pressed the truth when he said:
"No use to go to Georgia or Tex
as or anywhere else, for the peo
ple made more here than they
A Cotton Convention.
Goy. Colquit, of Texas, has
called a convention of the gov
ernois of the cotton section of
the South to be held at New Or
leans on the 30th inst. for the
D purpose of devising some uni
form scheme for the cotton pro
ducer to hold for better prices.
Ex-Senator John L. McLaurin,
of Bennettsvill'e, has been urged
a by Gov. Blease and Gov. Colquit
'to attend because of his experi
a ence in financial circles and his
1 familiarity with such problems.
s It is hoped that good will be ac
I pomplished at this convention.
Pride is,hke leprosy. It makes
Is hideous to look upon yet all
I the while we think we are beau
Have you seen the comet? It
is very brilliant and.can be sean
in the east betweel four and
five o'clock any clear morning.
Owing to the spring drought
the oat crop in this state this
year iL short 50.000 bushels of
the total number grown last
Farmers, if you had to plant
your 1912 crop of-cotton now in
. * of the present price of cot
ton vC d you plant as many
acres an&use as much fertilizer
as you did - y ear?
conlvic -oro, was
rie, ter county last wee orches
ac- ed criminal assanlt t
ngc sentenced to behugote10
b of NovemhunronThiwspeed
[sah trial and enforcenn oas awpe
cuTheYoung man in Greenvill4
ony, Edgar Burry, who tre
si taoutstrip Jere Mor , faie
er .Everybody who -sawoore faie
in acre in -thes me whs pie
'looked its bstmmedcewhei
woj' mnke 20bushels ofcon
SutJe only made 73. h
I Mrc, Tut, Riheuses
every man If we*d no'so
n us. Truthisth twin
ft thvn ando theoeu crmuh
'eb se bned.sietergt
ll eryTt, Rgteousness mev
iss r eentitoe lif a orgh
rcygwe ned righxpet mecy
. .,nd uspruthes he tw
f a th en and, thoug ca-rush
a er,*te aonlshine the bright
e oseseteosne irmuesv
isehbie y- ih
Chritife ad rigt deal
~dcnThe thrd anntua breet k-o
y the South Carolinla Conference
y of Charities ;ar ( Cri ec lon is
? annou aced for November 23 and
r 24 at Columbia. The gathering
t i's made up of social workers of
- almost e'very shade of religious
e belief. There will be wide dis
- cussion of problenis bearing on
in chai-ity, philanthropy, :benev
t olence and penology. Some of
e the prominent people of the
State are active leaders in the
movement, which indicates its
noteworthiness. All interested
persons are invited to attend the
d To the Corn Club Boys.
ps Gather your corn accocaing to
I the rules sent you, and- bring
to your exhibit to this ofiice Nov.
n 11th, at 11 a. m. Prof. C. B.
~t Hadden, of Clemson College, is
al senc1-Iq t 'report blairks to be
ofiedout . ry boy 'in the
c ub. If you do nIo ive one
rright away write him ind one
ig will be sent you.
Why Leave Pickens. Downie & Wheeler's Circus
W hy go to Georgia or .'exas Combined.
or anywhere else. This is as When o considers that with 00000 Acres
a Year good a country as can be found Dowi &WeeletosvBit D - 05 E 0
eanyhr.Oeoforctzn ble Circus, which is to visit Eas- Of Georgia Land.
anywhere. One of our citizens y. s Nov. 3, there are hun
told us not long ago that he came dres of people employed, and FOR THE FARMER.-2o0,ooo acres of fine farming
to Pickens ten years ago with that of these three are black- land, that produces abundantly every crop known
$600.00, and now can show $12,- smiths, painters, cirpenters, to the Southern United States, at $i 5.oo to
000. There are a number of barbers, laundrymen, doctors, $40o00 per acre.
others in this town and other a -lawyer, detectives, cooks, EOR THE INVESTOR.-A large number of farms
oes m thi on n trainmen, butchers, waiters, from ,, to 2,
- towns in thecountyand through- seamstresses, harness makers, fo o acres that could be cut ito
- out the county who have done musicians, shoe makers. a post- small farms and resold at a profit in less than
n46 0 equally as well. master, hostlers, electriciansand twelve months.
for three Another of our citizeis ex- many other mechanics and ar- 200,ooo acres of cut-over lands at from $2.oo usiastic listeners. The business men who make the strongest claims
tew rme tsasbesides the performers,
pr the tth when he said. tisians, bed the perfork- to $5.00 per acre. A fortune for the investor are not necessarily the leaders in their lines. We make strong claims and
"No use t go t G eorgia or Tex- ing for. a common interest. who takes holdof them. back them up with the right kind of goods Give us an opportunity to prove
* as or anywhere else, for the peo- The task of organizing thistrav- FOR T HE SAW-MILL MAN,-ioo,ooo :.cres of yel- this. We started in business fourteen years
ple made more here than they eling city seems the most won- low pine timber in tracts ranoing fr:n Soo to s i each year. The reason is, our motto has always been
nbe In ve ,derful feature of the institutions. 65,000 acres at from $9.0 to $25.co -per acre.
quartes, the home of these new Every day that you procrastinate means a loss to
A Cotton Convention. awork of or- you. These lands are in the most wonderfully devel
Goy. CoIquit, of Texas, has ganizing the circus began last oping section of the United States, and are going to Seasonable Merchandie at
called a convention of the gov- September. The important continue to rise in value. You had better get in on REASONARLE -:- PRICES.
___n.__ ernois of the cotton section of thing is to engage the acts, and the.ground floor by going to see, or writing your land
the South to be held at New Or- this is done by agents of the wants to Our stocks are now complete with all this season's newest and
leans onte30his. o h show, who, during the winter, __ _ _ _ _ _ _
o .leans on the 30th inst. for the vs t amusement hall tr most reliable merchandise, and our prices are right. We ask
to purpose of *devising some uni- Europe and Asia in search of 8. A. BABLEV, Real Estate and Investment Co., YOu
fdrm scheme for the cotton pro- novelties. Meantime, in the HAWKINSVILE, GA,
ducer to hold for better prices. ring barns the trainers are put- A Large and Complete Line of.
ting the various animal acts b
fPc settr Johas be M u , into shape. A few weeks before
fPickens- of Bennettsvill, has been urged th'esnLeisth aiu
ttention to the by Gov. Blease and Gov. Colquit performers who have been rest F
of "Gleanor'" to attend because of his experi- ing during the winter arrive to
He is !one ence in financial circles and his practice their acts, that they
I ede m i failartywit schprbl m a y e erfecetearsalthebtie g Pei Ce11t. of Admi ittedl Assets The best stock of shoes in Pickelis county. Here are our lines and they defy
elhaed men in' familiarity with such problems. thy e elar rehearsalsibe
d what he says It is hoped that good will be ac- and all winter the sound of then -or petition:
oteok is well pomplished at this convention- anvil and the mallet isheard at E INVETED IEI
__________--- . the circus quarters. M--eantime )
U11 ( . * Pride islike leprosy. Itmakes the advertising cars have start- BONDS and MORTGAGES. ~T EZ IL RS O H O M N S O
il' county are us hideous to look upon yet all ed out in advance, while the va- FOR LADIES. (Every
great truE line, the while we think we are beau- rious contracting agents are on )From the Compendium of Li__eInsuranceReports,_1911.)__ FOR LADIES and CHILDREN
They are well tiful -their way, arranging for circus- ---
own road, the __ lots and bill board space, etc SOUTHEASTERN LI .................78.76 per cent.
si...not and Have you seen the comet? It Then there is the 24-hour man, M Union Central...... ........... .....77.22 T
lo 10 i Cpr,! either. is very brilliant and-can be sean who is a story in himself. He ) Life Ins. Co. of Virgia.............72.48
rt ocripre, ithe. isvery, a ets his title from being 24 hours Aetna..r ...... ........ ............................. 4.9.07FRME.OR EN
see tht the oney in the east betwcen four and 9e i il rmbin 4hus) en
see that the on ahead of the show, arranging Mutual Bonefit .................................47.08
given to these enter- five o'clock any clear morning. for wood, water, food and ice, Metropolitan......................... ............40.30 We also carry a big stock of Groceries, Hardware, Furniture,
bonds was the best in- Owing to the spring drought besids attending to many other Penn Mutua .................................. . Stoves, Farming Implements, Buggies and Wagons. The best selection
ever made, And why the oat crop in this state this matters that have arisen. Ev- Fidelity t ...............94.n
traversing yer~sot~ ~ uhl ferything about the Downie & NfMutual of New York ................. 24.,54 ~~i h ony alo sfrayhn o ed n fw ae'
hyear short 50,000 bushels Of Wheeler's Combined Shows has M Equitable .........................................20.42 got it we will get it for you.
the total number grown last been so systematized that it is New York Life............. ...................14.50 Remem in buyn o s QU T 0UNTS.
or many the year. like a great clock. All sorts of Prudential ......................................... 2.17
hand when an- - obsticles are overcome daily
be b1uilt across Farmers, if you had to plant wihndosin.Eey a
the same m your 1912 crop of cotton now in brings some new problem ' to Safe Investments.
t ~e let of the present price of cot- poler btwhe n r atyv gtop areg -
solve, but when daylight ap- We believe in South Carolina diirid ihvvest our Sole agents for Valk-Over hoes,.B - I.h K n
the ews in ton t d you plant as many undmulatin in the breeze ad ev- nw in First Mortgage Real Est 5 Loans in tks State he . s
Atlanta acres an&use as much fertilizer parade. only. Nd me Sewines
. as you did - ' vear? It is true that of all profession -
C~ ,i ~owsals, none are more domestic Clothing, Shoes, Hatsa and
a nnsso afiel .e, cut ls e orches- may th icspromr elead the life of a rover the , (fT11 Lt)Iiii.1h C.
owh ancsn ed ThfI bassault. t- greater art of the yecar h 0 F SOUTH CAROLiNA.
-~ nadetoo fta ofNoe be.nThz on the10th house around with him, haxcs ~___
_ b~by~htri an enspeedy o lw odinryu -ryee cn no fY REPRESFNTED BY " One-third of ad Cars Made
n~tl o~ e arranged Wes n County, Edg a n u ry G r ie a every la ua e. M . H S E RN
031s - 7rLe': P10xENS-- -- ----- SOUTH CAROLINA.).....
iaen n acre in the summer when it onyfor inferior tobaco(
he coa t ouked' et bspredicted he Whe!3 you can buy ggy'S__
ah I thate d bu d me onl bm ade les of c orn 'l ? rIO N lrom s. iR. K el. - _ _ -___ _ - - *
e ro ha aey btbe oy ae7. The 7Y, Centrai, S. C. at the
ervi~iierzaj~te .r~e eKivle d rcete to men
- i~nd will sost. y0 else
' ~'yo1ik'S WHAT A VALUABLE
n J. ..r of bery,~%L ;:-uafl Jn& - wwl
- Y.rh l -eeas, t Ca Sb ..tc :io t.of Mesag J.th \rl.
--onish al an-' ,.ngul-: u e. u- se~~ and
by h Int n ~ ~- ~ ~ .. editors of e -~:' - ' x nder --
hav b.e wo~~ea..DSAT -d, ra e 4-cylinder, 5-passenger Modd
~ lunteline tat hnay10o tne oesu w 91I next fr a tl 8EST RDERS 'K~ ~FAUE&T tou~ing caT, unchanged during its tounr year
folcvll ok cmie.if any they ha't, vsny the said adminis- AER.ASTS SEStIN
hich will Mercy, Truth, Righteousness, ttion bc1Juthis 2 ga day boof .-----,ex ep --a ew rfiem n
T-Peace, these fou cardna Ivir- J. B. Ne.wb 'c t atde fl hrM dlr-ymecalRo
every man. Ifwe do not show Notice to Debtors and Creditors. - '-h- -...ttdrt$59. The Model w TCarnmo rc900 RA
S ~ ry we need not expect mercy ALL persorns Itolding claimns against - "ptrtr 50 h Model T T w a o $90. anS
Se ou n us. .Truth is the twin the estate of ti.akte C. N. Parkins must s'n wIeiey W g no h aa
ted ou - f Love and though crush- pr.***te ."ic uy roen on9 or bve-sQ h g rcSinCu efl e~ pM
dach itse and shine the bright- debarred paymnt ~nd all persons indeb- MOETEIIIOU&Oi $-O hs rcsicld u1 q im n
&unt. Th ~ ,)teousnessi from heav- on or beforthe above dae othe un- J 0ouND ;~1(enlSiOn T op, Auo ai rsRidhel, G s
is ehibited by a right dersigned Mrs .o ) ~ .k\~Lamps, Generat or , an d S peedometer. Is there any
iihc cnb it, and produces peace. How Mn \-Vonder ihat
e n o r m3 o u s e x - -A'k - - - ~ ~
have tried cn the drunk ard, the law-break- -
The ga er the lOS~ he i 1fiu' vicesr * - *- ..- .... .~ c\ "W hen Ford Speaks the W orld Listens."
is te esiet an C ritcs a d orrctio. -sI1 this werd the announcement of a- new model you might be sketical of the car's
11 knownstobuteFord Model T is the 'best known car on earth. More of them are
. The third annual meeting of -- -- IGmeiSbtFo
.~ ito be built why t he South Carolina (Ton ference OFTEDSR on the highways of the wor!d that tnere are of any oter motor car.
t byPicensWhyof Cariies a aracon s -This is the fifth season of the Model T and its absolute reliability has been proven by 8o,
z from this town? annouaced for November 23 and. .A * , \' ooo satisfied Model T owners. Think how that car has been tried and testedt in four year rf
ly. jt of adevloetr 2 adeupo Colum ial workatering . ~;4 ; ~ IT ~ hard service. Ford owners in every quarter of the globe will tell youtudany at ndhei lMcon
-gits .l o f eveopmen- als t ade y shad of l iorke s o IGET ' 7 '1 Cars are reliable in every emergency .nd of surprising efficiency and unde an akdthe cord
l ourseves wolden- blief. Tvere wihade wid deios . ET ditions. After all of the millions f miles those cars have traveled, everyboy knows teFr
see~ ~ this or any other en- cussion of problenis bearing on COLLAD ECTION~ DEMONS DAS r1 haMiobdnbultfoT112-5,00ofthg-ittad.
secnsrctdacos rincaiiypilnhrp. one--will t~e superb if i ;. :ade up entire- 4 NEW NOVE L ,And that's the same sterling car haisbngnbt for aluableoO ofrs th easonhOfdde
.' , ~ of the county, but olence and penology. Some of i s or inem nt, trinke, etc. of the ST EE.AR D fetures which go to make it 'even more conve n omyinuin and valabkingsrs B tea no p ie
s? o xprefer to see it come the prominent people of the sa~ high chaiacter as thos-> to be vooc-:lagyinrsepodtowthosqu
: t house town, State are active leaders in th sN I OLh2PerRe.S211 hbe largely inrae rducneihcnea. eooyi uigad aig h rc
- movement, which indicates itBE NOTANDSCOULMER , o PEFRANESv - - .~ ~ ha enlreyrdcd
.~in Reyolt. noteworthiness. All interested B~E .,- eADSMERingbe:utythath- OORS OPEN AT i &7R. P.M.
ma - i~. persons are invited to attend the jewelry c ntained i Our xhbit.FR e-U S D EX tT O tcl sc of ctW ih AeS
Chn rvlti asmigconference. YOU ARE 4ORDIALL YINVITED FOREOr E H IONE We-ow reay
~; ~j;~ ~~~~tions. The revolu- -- . - - to vii it, and enjoy the piesure of I BEOEEC EFOMNe -~'""i1 L el~ or11 uies
.~~ ,ining tO~ fl1 strength and To the Corn Club Boys. exainng the zial beaut i things
~ ~fc~~hetW government troops Gather your corn accorditng to. spea iflor~ the 1cselves.te JeuarnyilE hbta
. .~ :~ x rn'f. Already many the rules senlt you. and- bring t. the quality.
:China have fallen into your exhibit to this ofrice Nov. 1 -4.
J nB~.thereblsan1dcom 11th, at 11 a. m. Prof. C. B. H. SNIDER.No.3d
~ r'~ cut off. The last Hadden, of Clemson College, is Sasly
, e * that the imperial sen t report blaies to be Pa ey
- . ;. is beginninlg. to file out ~ yboy ~in the -. PARKER'S A Special Train Will Leave Pickens at 5:30 P. .t
~ .:~her powers are c ub. If you do noL iv one ',' HAR BALsA -nd 1Return immnediately After the Performance.
-to intervene and ight away write him nd one Cl2iu~d eufat g- -
- h- .but nothing along will be sent you. __
et developed. The R.~ T. HALLUM, c00 u -. R EE W
___ - ~- ~ ~~.REEN~VOO1X
~ ' U I ~ ~
' v-h. . ________ - ;'-. --I ~&.d1L~
)ownie & Wheeler's Circus
When one considers that with
)ownie & Wheeler's Big Dou
)le Circus, which is to visit Eas
ey, S. C., Nov. 3, there are hun
Ireds of people employed, and
hat of these three are black
miths, painters, c).rpenters,
)arbers, laundrymen, doctors,
lawyer, detectives, cooks,
,rainmen, butchers, waiters,
eamstresses, harness makers,
musicians, shoe makers, a post
master. hostlers, electricians and
many other mechanics and ar
bisians, besides the performers,
all jumbled together and work
ng for. a common interest.
rhe task of organizing this trav
aling city seems the most won
lerful feature of the institutions..
[n Downie & Wheeler's winter
iuartes, the home of these new
4iant shows, the work of or
xanizing the circus began last
3eptember. The important
hing is to engage the acts, and
his is done by agents of the
how, who, during the winter,
visit the amusement hall of
Furope and Asia in search of
aovelties. Meantime, in the
ring barns the trainers are put
ing the various animal acts
into shape. A few weeks before -
he season begins the various
performers who have been rest
ing during the winter arrive to )
practice their acts, that they D
may be perfectd by the time
he regular rehearsals begin,
and all winter the sound of the
anvil and the mallet is heard at
he circus quarters. Meantime E
'he advertising cars have start- D
d out in advance, while the va
rious contracting agents are on
their way, arranging for circus
lots and bill board space, etc.
Then there is the 24-hour man,
who is a story in himself. He )
ets his title from being 24 hours
ahead of the show, arranging g
Eor wood, water, food and ice,
besidcs attending to many other
matters that have arisen. Ev
nrything about the Downie & E
Wheeler's Combined Shows has E
been so systematized that it is p
like a great clock. All sorts of
bsticles are overcome daily
with no boasting. Every day
brings some new problem ' to
solve, but when daylight ap
pears the great canvas tops are :
ndulating in the-breeze and ev
arvbody is ready for the parade.
[t is true that of all profession
ls, none are more domestic E
han the circus performer. He 11
ay lead the life of a rover the
~reater art~o thoea
h e snail, he cart. his
b house around with him, ahas~
ymany homely comforts tatuY~e
. riary trayeler can nlot / V
Intis queer traveling cit~ev D
ngi sh to Iindoonae,~f'
Why do you spend Your
ioney for inferior tobacco ~
wen you can buy PE NN' 5
'M ?rION lrom S. R. Kel..
J, Central, S. C. at thte
ame price the t e
u~will sost yo else-1
Stte of South Carolina.
?,>u";y of P'ickenis,
& J. .b. Mw bery, r:.-oaw Juid.
~Whereas, Cah' no ;. B:. F J,
Kester madie at e .e 'a o <p-t them
tters of Aduia% :MiLen w~i 'he 1 will
..nexed of the Es ..te and effehcts. of
Knrah A. Alh x L:der.
These are th. rforo. !'' :i ''a d ad
.onish ail an-' sindubr U - n e and
e--editors of a : sin X r.' ' x nider
:seased, th" .hey be and~' agI~tr ,--tore
ue, in the C .urt ..f Prob.::'e. to be held
,.t Pickens on th& 9th a..v or NO'.
911 next. a fler publicationi bes et, at 11
o'clock in tlhe loreni.on, to show cause,
if any they bave, w ny the said ad minis
tration should niot be granted.
Given niidr my hatetd this 24 day of
Oct. Anno Domiuni 1911.
J. B. New berry,
.T. P. P. c.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors,.
ALL persoans holding claims against
the estate of ihe~ hat C. N. Parkins must
present the samec dulv proven on or be
fore the 1 day of December 1911, or be
debarred payvhn metand all persons indebt
ed to sai esta:te m;ust make payment
on or before the. above date, to the un
dersgned Mrs. Dora Parkmns,
W A. Sheldon.
MY LADY'S JEWEL
will be suiperb if i a-eade up entire
lV or oinemente, trmnkets, etc.. of the
san,.e high chaiseter as thos-> to be
w th .oe ertd aring be:,ut y than the
jewelry contained i .our exhibit.
YOU ARE 4ORDIALLYV IN VI TED
to visi: it and enljoy the pleasure of
examining the mrany beautiful things
it includts. The Icoks of the jewelry
speak for theaeselves. We guaran
cee the quality.
-. t~.)t' i~
Of Georgia Land.
FOR THE FARMER.-200,ooo acres of fine farming
land, that produces abundantly every crop known
to the Southern United States, at $i 5.oo to
$40.00 per acre.
EOR THE INVESTOR.-A large number of farms
from i,ooo to 2,500 acres that could be cut into
small farms and resold at a profit in less than
200,ooo acres of cut-over lands at from $2.00
to $5.00 per acre. A fortune for the investor
who takes holdof them.
FOR THE SAW-MILL MAN,-ioo,ooo :.cres of yel
low pine timber in tracts ranging fro:n 500 tO
65,ooo acres at from $9.00 to $25.co -per acre.
Every day that you procrastinate means a loss to
you. These lands are in the most wonderfully devel
oping section of the United States, and are going to
continue to rise in value. You had better get in on
the.ground floor by going to see, or writing your land
0. AL BAILEV, Real Estate and Investment Co.,(
Per Cent. of Admitted Assets
BONDS and MORTGAGES.
)From the Compendium of Life Insurance Reports. 1911.)
SOUTHEASTERN LIFE........78.76 p-r ent
Union Central...... ................. 77.22
Life Ins. Co. of Virginia.................72.48
A etna -...... ........ .............................49.07
M utual B'nefit .................................47.08
M etropolitan......................... ............40.30
Penn Mutua! ................................ 40.28
Mutual of New York....................24.54
Equitable .................................... 20.42
New York Life............. ...................14.50
We believe in South Carolina dirt/..~d(1 ihyvest our
money in First Mortgage Real Est j Loansin h5i State
ha~nLife Inisurance Co.,
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
REPRESFN TED BY
(PICKENS,----..- ----SOUTH CAROLINA. M
WOR LD'S E C0 T
MO LET TElTROUP&~ ~ ~ ~~7.'
\ OF THEDESERT
DEMONS DAS H
* ~ + \ 2 PERFORMANCES2 (
* ~ bOORS OPEN AT 1 &7R P..
SFREE -OUTSIDE EXHIBITION -
* BEFORE EACH PERFORMANCE.
Will Exhibit at
Easley, Nov. 3rd
Special Train Will Leave Pickens at 5:30 P. N.
and Return immnediately After the Performance.
T HE men who do the most talking,
thusiastic listeners. The busine
are not necessarily the leaders in thei
back them up with the right kind of g
this. We started in business fourteer
steadily increasing each year. The r<
"Honest Goods a
Our stocks are now complete w
most reliable merchandise, and
your inspection of the same.
A Large and C
Dry Goods, Coat
For Ladies, Mis
The best stock of shoes in Pickens coi
THE ZEIGLER SHOE
THE BOYDEN SHOE
We also carry a big stock
Stoves. Farming Implements, Bugl
in the county. ' Call on us for anyt
* got it we will get it for you.
Remember in buyingkoods-Q
We appreciate your trade and,
Sole agents for Valk-Over Eho
New Home Sewing Machines, Ceas
and Mitchell Automobiles.
Clothing, Shoes, Hatsa and
HAT old, reliable 4-cy
T touring car, anche
before the public, e3
put on the mnarket
the last detai-1. The
~ter tor $590. The Model'
Snew Delivery Wagon on
for $700. These prices inl(
i n sion Top, Automatic
amps, Generator , an d Sl
"When Ford Speak
It this werd the announcement of a-new
merits, but Ford Model T is the best k
on the highways of the wor!d than there
This is the fifth season of the Model T an
oo satisfied Model T owners. Think how tha
hrd service. .Ford owners in every quarter<
1Cars are reliable in every emergency a.d ol
itions. After all of the millions o~f miles thos
odel T is right.
And that's the same sterling car that is b<
fetures which go to make it 'even more conve
rgely increased production, with consequent
p912 has been largely reduced.
We oa&w ready to cl
iNLEY & 6CO.'sI
do not necessarily have the most en
ss men who make the strongest claims
r lines. . We make strong claims and
>ods.. Give us an opportunity to prove
years ago and our business has been
ason is, our motto has always been
t Honest Prices,
ith all this season's newest and
our prices are right. We ask
mplete Line of.
Suits and Cloaks
es and Children.
tnty. Here are our lines and they defy
THE GODMAN SHOIK
(Every Pair Guaranteed Solid.)
FOR LADIES and CHILDREN.
THE WALK-OVER SHOE
of Groceries, Hardware, Furniture,
,es and Wagons. The best selection
ing you need, and if we haven't
esvill i -1 L R.,
a in 1912.......A
linder, 5-passenger ModeF
aged during its tour ,year
:cept for a few refinement
ow for $690-equipped t&
Model T.Comercial Roa*
F Town Car for $900. An
the samne Model T Chassis.
~lude full1 equipment: ME
Brass Windshield, Gas
eedometer. Is there any
the World Listens."
model you. might be sketical of the car's
riown car on earth. More of them are
are of any other motor car.
d its absolute reliability has been proven by 8o,
Lt car has been tried and tested in four years o'
f the globe will tell you today that their Model
surprising efficiency and under any and all con
e cars have traveled, everybody knows the Ford
ing built for 1 91 2-75,000 of them-with addedL
nient and valuable for users. By reason of ile
economy in buying and making, the price &
se contracts witi Agents;
r 1912 business.
GREEN WOOD e