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Plant Crimson Clover
Also Alfalfa Clover
We Have Them
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. II-LLiUM, Proprietor
Phone No. 8
I say my Store is the place where
you can get more goods for less money
and my customers will tell you the
Yani wide Sheeting, vald... S. A coilplete line of nhn's ant
I)aniville Plails, yard.......... ie byes' 1 flats anld Caps ot the very
lRiversile :1n1 Sont hern Silk latest; styles.
(Ch viots. vard.................h' A full line of hods' Clothing,
All grades I)ress (1 ingamls, pirices ranging from l1.2i to 7.
11er vaI, Irom ......... 9 to 12e A c'onplete line of mimi's Clo
Ileaviest weight, Out in 's, thing"; prices to suit the buyers.
pr vadI , (' rom.......... e to 4. r I now have the largest, line of
- ar. . .Shoes I have ever handled he
Silks 11011 rn : 0 to vardl. fm'e
I ais' ('orsets l'rom 5M0 to I. A con plete line of I-'resh G ro
V. \l. C. Shells, per box. .15c. c'eries al ways on hand.
We carry in stock almost any
\\inicheser Shells, per bx,.*.". thing that trade <lemanls.
\\e want voin- frying size Chickens. and will naY otI c 15.c .
pond~n to11 n'Wper (chic'ken. \\'e pay 100c pond~ for h14us- an(1 30~c a
dozen Ir u ms.
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J. W. HENDRICKS
it Is the D~uty of Schlool .H t', )i ~ t.I
Teachersi~ (t\echrh h
In\4I lsu i i 10 I1)4 ,4lii' 1(t1, 1
I plul.' It'lle I')4
Globe Optical ~ 3h.e.I..t44
- Ib I h')) ..-a e 4') -I . 4 ' ripi
I I 4'':n n I If e n' to - t'k i it'4 . w in-s1t
:':-Lewi'' White hine andiTareCough Syrup
S5an Oc-orCuhs .wan yl bolds \eirw
Leiwith~eSav 2anh5 and 4hiteFrea ae
uri h~o.de. <'. and 50rwacI :t.
Pho,.\\ elhorn .EIPr,
Many from a distance attend
ed the funeral of Mrs. 'I'.1).liar
ris last Mondlay.
Dr. Doug Yongue spent Friday
night out in the darkness trying
out his new flashlight.
Wolf Creek school will begin
its winter term November ?9,
with Miss Sadie Craig in chartie.
Miss Kate McClanahan of
Westminster is visiting her cotn
sin, Mrs. T. S. Stribling in Pick
Married by J. B. ewbery at
his residence Nov. 21, 1915. 1liss
Levonia Nix and Mr. aack
The Town Creek school wvill
begin its winter tern Mondar.
November 29, with Matt ("has
tain in charge.
Mi:, John M. Lesley and Mir.
Garfield Lesley of the Ziin comn
unity were in Pickens on busi
ness one day this week.
M1arried, by Rev. L. I-:. \\ -
gins at the home of the bhitl
the .'icken Mill, Miss 1ul.1
\Whitnire and Mr. John ori:.
N oveniher 1.
A special ''hanlksgii tl. :
vice will he held at the Pi n
Baptist chlrch rl ur'sday a!"""
ing at 11 o'clock. F veiv '
Conductor Troup Pra idi l .
and his sister. Mrs. Robert llp
dricks of Pickens. were called t.)
the bed side of their aunt Mrs.
Clements in Atlanta. They
have retutned and report Mi is.
Clements much better.
The protracted meetinh in the
Presbyterian church came to a
close last Sunday night. The
pastor. Rev. J . C. Bailey. did all
the preaching. holding two ser
vices each day for a week .Bro.
Bailey is a great gospel preacher
and while he is loyal to his own
church he has a heart big enough
to love his brothers of other de
nominations. We believe the
meeting will result in great good
to our town, Six members were
received into the church and
Dr. A. A. Odom,
TIhe Well-Known Greenville
By' sp~ecial re~jilest will be ini
Wallhalla, at Walhalla Hotel,
'l'nesda y. Nov. 30O.
Westmmnster, at Gilreath Hotel,
\V'ednesdlay, Dec. 2.
Central, Central Hotel,
Liberty, Hunter's Pharmacy,
Friday, Dec. 3.
Pickens, Pickens Inn,
Saturday, Dec. 4.
One Day only, for the Last T'ime
Oun. firm wishesM to thank the
good people of this vicinity forn
thel liberal p)atronage recei ved
dur1,inL the year 1915a. if any
e~e Isuffer(ersl' in need'( 01 glasses,
do( not) fail to1 mneet mle Onl th(
abova-named d(ate. Ou mii 1iotto,
"Yusatisfied or yourn mneyP
back," has bulilt for us the larg
(4st bu si ness in the state.,
it tllient, of thb
I iredlII ait Pickens, 5. (C., at I.
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Pickens stores will be closed
Rev. L. E. Wiggins has cone
to Spartanburg to attend the
annual Conference of the M. E.
church of the upper part of the
state. We hope the conference
will return Mr. Wiggins to this
charge for another year. le is
well liked by our people.
''he' trustees :ai ii ('out y Siu
perilte'ndellt of Education will
ueeti lonclav, Nov. 29 at the
new school site of Wolf Creek
school d(ist rict'. All parties in
terested in a" new school bluild1
ing are requested to meet at I
o'clock. A niew building will be
aawarded to the lowest respons
ible bidder. ''he right being re
served to reject any and all bids.
A1arried by Rev. 1). W. Hiiott
at the home of the bride near
l)autsville. Miss Carrie Ballard
t o Ir.( eorge Morgan of Cherry
fiehl, N. l'. ar. .-lorgan is a
po'tspt'rolls biusilless 11an in his
1ot111111nit v ant he is to be con
gral ilitI'l hl llaving on so
\1 wr th otf his love:ls Miss Bal
L:ird. They will niake their
haint : . ('lherry fielid. N. (.
\I1lt .up'spl'rit y* ;it (teidi t11hem1
.( . 111 tntiiull C. .B. Sea
b i' 1 v li ill't' rootillillates at the
t i 1'1si v itf Sonth Carolina,
h .\ it I r n isstl a ('1 cal lenge
ut debate to A. (. 1)il
nl i J. (I. Lee. who are
- 1t's ;at Flurnian U.nivers
I is thought the challenge
i :. 't acepted. All of these
veu m nen are from Pickens
c.xnty and live in the same
iighiborhood and it is proposed
:o hold the debate in Pickens
coun t V sometime during the
Ciiistinas holidays when all the
boys are at home. Should the
debate be held it n ill create quite
an interest. The subject has
not been selected.
Married by J. B. Newberry at
his residence Nov. 20, Ora
Mette Rosenond and Prof. Hey
ward D. Perkins, colored, all of
Vaited-Several teams to haul
lumber at prices that will interest you.
A. B. Taylor.
Statement ci' the ondition of'
The Pickens Bank
Located at Pickens, S. C.,
At t ho close :f business No;'. 10I, 1915.
RI ESOURCES :
Loans andl~ Dikcounts... O0,7. ;.ci
IOverdrafts.... .... .... ....8;,.10i~ :;
llonds anrd St ock~s owned
I~ Banko.. ....... .... ,0.0
lFurniture and hixtures. . . 234
[lanking H ouse.. ... . . . 10.780) 51
)ther Re~al Estate ()oned.. . .'3, 5 01
D uo f rom han is and mmanikers 3852.3
Curr'ency... ........... 1 I77500f
Silver anid Iminmor Coin. .. . l1.7i
Checks andl~ Cash I tems.. 1.1
Capital Stock Pid 1I... 8 20,5(00.00i
U.ndiv'ided Profits, less Ur
I tnt .Expenmsos and1( Taxes
Indi vidual De )posi ts .ubject
to Cih ek . .. 102.179.9)0
Savings Devposits 105S,137.72
Cashier's Cneiteks ....)24.d5 207,942 1t
Notes andl hills redh roteImid 5,t 00 0:
State of Sou ttn C'arolina,
County' of Pickens~.
Before me camoe F'rank Mc~eallI, casht
ie.r of the abaovo named bank, whc
bei ng eatuly sworn, says' that the abovi
and~ foregoinu staitemont is a truae con.
dIition of said bank, as shown byU) thi
books of said ban K.
I lANK( Mel"\LL.
Sworn to and sabscri bed before me,
this l9th dny of Novemberm, 19)15.
Notary' Publdic for Son th Ca rol ina.
\V. M. HIIA L1 OOD[i - Directors
( 'onditai of tihe
~E I ANK,
hie close of business Nov. 10, 1915
S aia lIIstock IN~I~'aiI .... . .. ...1-:5.00 01
surplut I''......... .... ......... ......'..50 I I
According to agreement of the
stockholders of the firm of Heath
Bruce-Morrow Co., the firm will, on
January 1, undergo a reorganization,
and owing to a change in the business
it will be necessary to collect all the
notes and accounts due the old firm
within the next thirty to forty days,
and we trust all our friends and custo-.
mers will come in at once and make
settlement of their notes and accounts
to Mr. W. A. Merritt, who has charge
of all notes and accounts for collection.
We also wish to announce that we
have on hand a large stock of Buggies,
Wagons and Farm Implements that we
will sell at greatly reduced prices, and
we are in a position to name you easy
,terms on same.
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 wvhether you are ready to buy or not.
y 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 beC divided betwveen your
..heirs. You can't please your wife and your daughter
I::better than by placing some good furniture in your
-: home. Think of how you sp)endc your money and you
-might find that some of the money you are spending
I could be more profitably spent in profitable merchan
dise. That sidleboard your wife has talked about so
-long; a good time to) buy. \Ve have them $i 7.50 to
Dining Tables 87.oo to si 7.50.
I Dining Chairs $1.0o to $2.50.
--Hall Trees $io.oo to si 5.oo
- Lounges .12-5 to 8
Center Tables I.oo to S855.
-Baby Cradles $1-50
.Baby Carriages $6.5o to si i.5o.
.. Children's Rockers 75c to $2-5u.
Children's High Chairs 75c to si .50.
Kitchen Safes g.oo to si 1.oo.
.t Kitchen Tables varying in p)rice according to size.
Oak Beds $3.00 to s i 1.-5(
Bed Room Suite Si 5.oo to 86 oo.
I J Dressers $6.oo to $20oco. /
-W\ash Stands $4.00 to gio0.0o.
RocingChairs .2.0o to 3650
Iron Beds 83-50 to si 1.50.
- Springs, Mattresses, Single Beds, Cots, Cot
Remnember, we buy l'urniture in solid car lots,
I therefore, wve get better prices, lowver freight rates, t
andl the Furniture reaches us in about as good o
dlition as it wvas wvhen it left the factory. 3 ~dcn
-Come to see us. W\e app~reciate your trade and *$
wvill treat you right. :
SCRAIG BROS. CO., Pickens i
PI CKENS B ANK
Capital & Surplus $60,000