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We Have Them
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. HALLUM, Proprietor
Plioase No. 8
THE KEOWEE BANK
PICKENS, S. C.
safe, Sound and Progressive
Ve solicit your banking business and will show you every
courtesy and convenierce consistent with sound bankiug prin
ciples. Five per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits.
J. P. CAREY,President. JNO. C. CAREY, Cashier.
Note wide cupboard -
This is, "'OOSIE R BE AU TY"
T he National Steo Saver
act is quite evident that the woi
fatthat the "HOOSIER" is superioi
The demand for these Cabin<
ahnstnecessary to to place your c
The sale was conducted by Mr
Manufacturing Co. of New Castle,
E L & C. B. II1
b,, forget to bring your
wifte' sweet heart out to the
oyter supper F'riday night.
Pi keus county was well rep
resented at the state fair in eol
umbla last week.
A textile exposition is being
hold in Greenville this week.
It will 'last through Saturday
and'the place of exhibition is
the P. &. N. building.
Bennett H. Powers arrived ill
Seneca Saturday from Douglas,
Arizona, on his way to Six Mile.
He has been in the western state
for several months, but says he
has enough of ranch life for the
Carey & Richey, who handle
Overland automobiles in Pickens
county have been doing. a good
business for several weeks and
are now preparing to handle a
bigger line. The building has
been extended back almost to
The Sentinel building, making
it one hundred feet long, and
more than doubling their floor
space. An up-to-dato gasoline
station will be installed in front
of their garage soon.
The City Market
To the Readers of The Pickens Sen
tinel: I am still in the meat business
and handle the best of everything in
this line, such as Beef, Pork, Fish,
Oysters and all market meats.
Am also in the market for hides and
will pay ten to fifteen cents for them.
I wish to thank the people for past
patronage and assure them that a con
tinuance of same will be appreciated.
I am still at the same old stand.
26 F. L. FINLEY, Pickens.
net Sale e
& G. B. I
1i mous HO
* were so
" essary tc
nen of Pickens coun
to all other Kitche
3ts has steadily inci
>rder in advance to i
F. C. List, represei
O. good frie td Bunk Oran',
whoihves near town, brought o 4
The: 'entinol otfie':one day last
we a stalk of cotion which
contained one hundred and seven
bolls and twenty-eight squares;
probably others had been knock
ed off. The field 'from which
this stalk Was taken was planted
June 12, after cutting a good
vield of oats off this land. Mr.
Crane says it will make two
bales of cotton to the acre this
Many Fatal Diseases
Show their first symptonis In2
the eyes. That fact alone should
establish your contidence In
thie inportance of having your
eyes properly examinl on the
first appearance of (1iscomfort.
i i 1- I S'Rl'.v INTS
necessaiy for inklug the flil
est scientifie eye examinations, -
aal nothing Is left uni lone that
nn be tbie ne to th11d tle ea.11w
of t4yon ble.
(I;tlENVILL1:. ,. C.
A. A. OD1)M3, A. It. S1.III.)
Tres. tier tuel1 'Tres.
CONSU;LTING; UIPT' -T'IRISTlS
st Kitchen Cabi
ver held in Pick
,y closed at E.L.
30. A total of
[ree of these fa
1 d during the
'he demand was
that it was nec
wire the fac
miy women were
ated and had to
the next ship
ty appreciate the
eased until it is -
ret an immediate
iting the Hoosier
We handle the Studebaker and Nis1
en because they always please the
buyer. We go upon the theory that to
get and hold your trade in the future
we must give you the biggest value for
You are not buying a pig-in-a-poke
a thing of unknown or questionable
value. You know and everybody knows
they are the Standard the world over.
Our stock is complete. Come in and
let us talk it over.
PICKENS, S. C.
We have just added to our stock of Furniture
another Solid Car Load and everything ;s ready for
your inspection. It will be a pleasure for us to show
- you through whether you are ready to buy or not.
" Investing in good furniture is almost like investing
- in real estate. It is something you can use a lifetime
- and then be handed down to your children or sold at -
your sale and the proceeds be divided between your
+ heirs. You can't please your wife and your daughter
+better than by placing some good furniture in your
J:home. Think of how you spend your money and you
might find that some of the money you are spending '
could be more profitably spent in p)rofitable merchan-.'
disc. That sideboard your wife has talked about so
Slong; a good time to buy. We have them $17.50 to +
4: Dining Tables $7.00 to $1 7.50.
Dining Chairs si.oo to $2.50.
S Hall Trees $1o.oo to $15-oo- -:
:Lounges s$ 2-50 to $18-50.
'.: Center Tables $1.oo to $5-50. -:
- Baby Cradles $1.50- 1
Baby Carriages $6.50 to s$11.50.
Children's Rockers 75 to S2,5O
Children's High Chairs 75 to si-.50.
+ Kitchen Safes $4.00 to $1 1.0o.
Kitchen Tables varying in price according to size. +t
- Oak Beds $3.oo to $11. 50
Bed Room Suite $1 5.00 to $65.00.
Dressers $6.oo to $20.00..
Wash Stands $4.00 to $10o.0o...
~: Rocking Chairs $2.00 to $6.5o0
Iron Beds $3-50 to $11.50
Springs, Mattresses, Single Beds, Cots, Cot -
.- Pads, &c.
Remember, we buy Furniture in solid car lots,
.therefore, we get better prices, lower freight rates, s
Sand the Furniture reaches us in about as good con-..
-dition as it was when it left the factory.+
Conmc to see us. We appreciate your trade and,
will treat you right.
CRAIG BROS. CO., Pickens (I
PI CK ENS B ANK
PICK~ENS, S. C.
Capital & Sumplus $60,000.
Quterest Paid on Deposits
J. Mel). BRUCE, FRANK MoFALL