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C O OD S
We now have a lot of fresh goods
on hand-Chinaware, Jewelry, Toilet
Sets, Manicure Goods, Etc. Your
PICK ENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. HALLIJM, Proprietor
Phone No. 8
I ESS MONEY
In o rlder to :. _.
stock imme diate , *
will make a sp.
ing until afte
Yard wide :h-. .. )1)L);< - II* I l I:ii
D)anville P la -.I lt .t- l :t ",
RiveI'rside a! T
Cheviots. ti :, III It' ) LIV iI1IhZ
All grade- D mm-.
per yard. -- . '')f lll 11w . """
Heauvir'st - 1 " ' j 11(=11
per ya s.. -I L
silks fito - -
1 ad is' (: 'r, - -- -
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J. W. H END RICKS
Christmas Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Fruitcaks, Etc.
.11311 jtiiAi . J.v-I i t~ . A l'exander's;Stor e i~<
bnIn~aa. tb. * n-~'e i' ':, I y aboulj -*or, ( Ibrjit mJI fru.it ';1ke.
ats I orderp thIi*e* a ji''nI'ed l *1Y v'e(I ; Id. !i -ir v amon-''d f'-lh.
You Can Get a G;ood Meal at My liestauranit at Any Hour
I ah~c ha vi eI on ito- voo d ,I e in uidb- 'hir for Ii sub-.
J. C. ALFXAND)ER, Pickens.
THE PAP'ER THE PEOPLE READ)
\Ve donu't tIlahn to hatve I h1.
Best Cougha Syrup
se~t~ We Asint' 't
KEO8WE E PM A RMA CV
rhE NV4L. STORE
Phone 24R. E. LEWIS, Propt
N'e4 esday night at the school
Mr J. . Jennings is visit
ing her son Jesse in Hardeyille.
Bennett Powers is now work
ing for Arthur Gravley, livery
J. Sloan Miller and family
have moved from .1)acusvi lie
back to Easlev.
James Dunn, of Central route
3, was in town on business one
day this week.
Miss Annie Laurie Williams
of Aiken was a lecent guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Morris.
Mr. and Mrs. James Cleumients
have as their guest their cousin.
Miss Eula Head of Oconee coun
J. N. Keesler of Pendleton and
Mrs. Joe Everett of .Donalds are
visiting .Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Sea
The first. Opera company to
visit Pickens will be at the school
house Wednesday night. )e
Mlessrs. D. A. Perritt and J.
W Porter ol the Six Mile see
tihn were in town on business
.\ large and interest 0(1 (71'0w I
u\s iii Pickens ilonlav to at tend
1an1d sales. and each taci
' ::ht a00(d pri'es.
r.N. R. Kommmat'11re, toldk
Garrett. well-known citi
Central route 2. were
know where you may
ionze turkey for
but you can get
shoes at Stubb'.
has quit his plaoe
vLa ( avlev. liveryman.
:nt : braking for the
mraer " I w a y between
:ttz w meet Thursday er
4 o'clock with Mrs. T.
Aren. All the ladies of Pick
ens are cordially invited to at
Don't gobble up any old thing
in your Holiday selections.
Real keepsakes may be had in
the newest and most up-to date
.ewelry at H. Snine'. Eale-y.
A A -. 2ar-:: ha.- ;u-t
abou ain nt -g.>n ha 'rtrn
ro ute ir' ' wrii'' o that hoe' or
sippul' ;mnd iiuable' to" worJk . /id
that. he is iin a su bscIr(ion e
L,'st, for a pr-ize. li J wanits to(
pr1eciate o r aid.1 :1(
('I;VJ. l01 1.11\lexm lvli1-3Ins ou 1t
an 111ood1)111ies I 'gides wh it'ihe
li)3lls youl of inhi veti se f3'',II ent.311
he11has33l13b10', 13)3 fr s ingredi-i
lnisfr. fr~iu i enkes 14ll1i will
als h ini . rabrisa dcl
1-rifor 2 heo('bristma trade.0k
lu inne B Voth, shr wellknon
donitopular ldogwaslIOlllo ore.
hplent at in t tlonurone dayo
asIt 'e.l ier head eil-g
sks durin (hrai's omsek we-k
1m l some~Iby stolarghis renln.
ziiiu. .\11Ol8 riends sarh-h
t\'e hwitn wthm soro ofI th
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D.A Waldrop of Liberty R4
was at the county seat Tuesday
G. G. Christopher of Greer,
spent Sunday with his parents
J. .L. Looper's Oin will run on
True[Isdays and Saturdays until
end of the season, 33
C. W. Hunter, a good citizen
and 1)1ros('llous young farmer of
ioiite :2, wa s ill tow wil t blisiness
'I'ula i IV.
\'incent. Ialilton1 who recent
lI resigned as clerk iii the Pick
ens I )rux Co. store, is now em
pla yedI in the Easlev postoflce.
Israel I<'erguison, a. respected
and prosperous colored citizen,
luri'chased an Overland touring
I ar from Carey & lichey Mon
'lerte will be no preaching at,
the Pickens Baptist church next
Sunday. as the pastor will he at
tendIing the State Baptist con
vention in Greenville.
Kt)\ee l dge No. 79, A. I.
M1., will hold its annual mneetingr
for the election and installation
Of oieers S.-t urdavy night, 1)e.
1 . All m voembhers tirgeti to h
\n l*.:asleV llal tlold its last
w. lithe sa \; 111111 froI'm
I o l'iekun1 S lh tl 0 t'1d liftv'
dll) .ars with iont' of Tlhe Senti
n l>' I -'asly V ad ve't isers a few
A fteir its reiI'll, nmteeting Mlon
dar night the local K.of '. lodge
entertained its miemiers and a
few in vited ;'uests at a (blight
fil supper in Alexander's cafe.
This lodzge was only recently
reorganized. but it is growing
and is composed of enthusiastic
Pickens merchants aire enjoy
ing a good trade these days. WVe
heard one merchant remark last
week that at this time last year
he had to almost run a man down
to sell him $:5 worth of goods,
and that now it was a daily oc
currence to sell one person $50
worth of goodsand for cash,too.
Don't forget the bazaar in the
Hollingsworth building, next
door to the Pickens bank. Fri
(lay. December 10. A sump
tuous dinner will be served and
everybody is invited to attend.
Faner ne-edlew -ork will be on
.aL-. This will be a goo(1 chance
Th-r-.il bI at ibox su~)Jppr at
n- 2it~ I-.f the adjoin
L - and( binig your
n haven't Iot a
nI'-j a~on s- sis ter.
hb-n-fit of the
. fr mn. p ho was (ionivicted at
h-e -temb er.' .1895. termj of
e-min Piekens. bumt whov had
Ie- I' Ipaidi1 his senrmtence. TPhere
hari el a biench w'arrant a
gainst him; for twenty years
anid be. had beeun living in Gjeor
Lvia mst oft the timne. Hie paid] his
fin'- ;and :rnitrued to Pentdletonj,
wh'io' he is ak ig hiis hone.
iikiens county. dlied Saturdlay
aged 40! vurs. Shte wasx a nat
liv~.ed in, this uniity four many
years.h SheP wa;s at tiinr ofl
ieratud ChristIianI wVomanI. I for
'InI son151 V suvi hier, beides1( uni
mrruouns fiindus whlo sympathnlize17
NEW CI1RISTIMAS GOODS "
A r' coing in every day. .Now
Is the timo ro select your proes
enits. We have ai large selection
of Watches, W atch Pol)5, Watch
Chalins, 011if aI nks, Tlio Clasps,
imul La iralllir. Also aniything
I mit ( llass an md Silverwaro,
Select a pr''esent thlatI will last
amnd bring- haipplness for years
According sto agreement of the
stockholders of the firm of heath
Bruce-Morrow Co., the firm wil, 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 otr 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.
What you Needt
AND WHERE TO FIND IT "
-- # ( nis of
-- As the lovely Autumn days are fast p)assinlg and
-the more severe Winter winds are whistling, the gar
ments that we have been wearing are hardly equal
to the occasion.
Below we mention a high grade of merchantlise
that you should have, and w'e assure you our prices
-1 Caps for children, misses, boys and men. Wool
Gloves for children, misses, ladies admn-l
S Medium and heavy Underwear foral.Wcal
-special attention to our RockwoodUnewafo
$ ( mn, $2.oo per* suit.
Outings, Jeans and Flannels.
I 1,adies' Coat Suits, Long Coats.AloCas r
lhildren and misses.
$ Men's Overcoa1ts and Rain Coats.
'Overgaiters, Overshoes and lHeavy Winter Shoes
J i.st receive'd, another' case of Buster Browvn
I losiery, I5 andhl 25c Per 1)air.
Ii leavy Wool I lose for children, ladies and meni.
- C~ilETO SEE US.
.CRAIG BROS. CO., Pickbas
PICK ENS B ANK
IOJK NS. S4. C.
Capital & Surplus $60,000
In'terest -Paid on OeposIts
.1. Dv]. Bl~1'e, ~ FRANK McFA.LL
eshient . Cashjir