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The White Fro
#mind Us that
And the time is now here when
are to come. I have a complete
ty. But you& will be surprised t
will do a little comparing of pr
lave you money. I shall nenti
' it this store. I cordially invite
Stetson Hats going at ..
Men's Overalls at
~ Heavy Flannel Shirts at
Haynes Underwear at .
Haynes Union Suits for men a
A nice line of Men's and Y
,nd prices right.
I have a big line of Men's, I.
Men's and Young Men's Ove
No matter how you have p1
ay you to visit our Dress Go'
I am closing out my line o
I have 25 cases of Laundry
akes for 5 cents.
Fryers, 25c per pound utp to
Roosters, 10c per pound
'ggs 50c per dozen
Hens 18e per pound.
. W HE
1EST MATERIAI USED
AIL ORDERS SOI..ACITE)
Some people always seeta to
ien the price is just right., oti
at time things have changet
[ Right now is the best buying
ars, and it is the wise custon
The largest stock in the Pie
of F:eoring fr Navem
SArters,0 Damnd cR
We~i Owil ec
-DR. J. I,. AIR.EN
Masonic. Bldg., Pickens, S.
Winter Is Near
we should prepare for the cold days that
line of merchandise''of HIGHEST quali
o know how LOW my prices are. If you
ices and quality you will find that I can
ion only a few of the values you can find
all to visit this store and see for them
----- -------------------- $6.00 each
---- $1.00 and $1.26 a pair
------------ ------------------ $2.00
--------- -------------- 75c a garment
- - - ----=-------- $1.50 per suit
oung Men's Clothing-in latest styles
adies' and Chil.lren's Shoes-and more ar
rcoats in very latest styli:s.
anned to make "that new dress" it wilt
ods Department before you buy.
f Furniture. Now is the time to buy at
Soap. As long as it lasts I will sel! 2
)N YOUR PRODUCE
RETURN POS1'AG E PAID.
Shoe Repair Shop
EIASLEIY, S. C.
PROMP'T 11-4,.\1% Ch
do th mis ju t at. th re ht t:.,'. They buy
Lers (I ont. seem to catch on until later, by
, and they have to pay the advanc'd
time for Diamonds you have had in five
ier that buys now.
Imont is here for your inspection.
10~ in lot-- .-----.-------$ 17.50
10 in lot.- --..---.--..--- --..- 37.50
10 in lot.-----------.---..---...77.50
10 inI lot ..--------....---122.50
S. . 0 ,
ive this week a car load
~tyles, with and without
make immediate deliv
ier ty, S. C.j
will break a (Cold, F'ever and Grippe~
quicker tihan anything we know, pre
C. venating nnenmaonia.
Notices run under this head at the
rate of one cent a word for first in
sertion, one-half cent a word for
each subsequent insertion.
..Do not fail to see the Pickens High
School Carnival Friday night Nov. 25.
6000 mile first quality nonskid '3ox
3 1-2 guaranteed tire $12.95. Other
sizes in proportion. H. E. Jones.
COTTON 25 CENTS PER POUND!
F O. B. Columbia, S. C. in exchange
for tuition. Act quick. Bowen's
Business College, Columbia, S. C.
Double Veneered Mahogany duet
benches with music compartment re
duced from Twenty dollars to thirteen
dollars. Shipped express prepaid.
John A. Holland. Greenwood, S. C.
REECE'S GIN will not run on Sat
urdays after November 19. A. G.
FOR SERVICE.-One .Jersey stock
cow. $1 cash. A. I). Duncan, Cen
tr:. route 41.
FOR SA LJ E-Pair m"-.a emite .,'.,
7 years-, weight 2,.350 pounds, sound
and very quiet and gentle, work any
where. As good a team as ever can
tron 'en nesseet to Pickens. Price
.500 ca:: or good pap.ers. W. A.
STRAYED OR STOLEN-One
white female pup with dim b.ae spots
on it. Answers to name of Sport.
Finder please notify or return to W.
H. Nix, box 132, Pickens R 2.
FOR SALE-International steel
hay press on truck. Good as new.
Bargain. Robert Stowart, Pickens.
AM BUYING seed cotton. A. G
Reece at Reece's gin.
FRESH COW FOR SALE. T. A
Kelley, Pickens R3. phone 2712.
FOR SERVICE-Thorough bre
Polaid China Boar. I'. M. Brazeal
W A NT ED-Man with car to sell
low i r iced GRAH AM TIRES.
*3I 1. vr.week and commissions.
GRAHAM TIRE (O., :359 Boule
vard, Be:mn Harbor, Mich.
boar srvice $5.00 or pi:. W. A
Maths. Pickens, S. C.
I SSAh FARM WANTED.-Woul
lie on a f rom$.5 one r ofl smalln~
fiarm on ~ivertt thg~ aittul tis.l o
::al c.a payment own J.ar E.a
Payne,) Noni elanch St,ti Band
MOuii Grenv lle..C w4g t bu
an) FV lz C. is ow Ptinig at.
confo $1.50. haeaond fotin on~'W
',X.i---w (blacki'~n,.S mareSU.
E. ie. Crand Pceasodwihn
* a)flre tai two-horste v~ n wz.
Sea-o d E ronj ulla wight boub3
R.. Erig Lis, Pro
FALL AND WI
AT PRICES L
The day of high priced clothing h
$10.00 to $65.00 to get an all wool s
We are specializeing this fall on Yo
shown from $20.00 to $35.00. A bi
Suits for the older men on more co
boys and the big boys. A big line o
18 and 19 year. A big asisortmnent o
At least that is what all the weat
need one. All wool overcoats for b
I fellows and older men, all sizes and
tire mdels, from $15.0;) to $35.00.
A ble line of P.an C' ate. Sheep S
Look at our line of ci' hing and o
of that bad habit of paving high pr
"The store wher
(lothing, Shoes, 14
IN WEAK BLOOD
Gude's Pepto-Mat i.in, the Blood
Builder, Aruu.,oei Dull I'acuttil.i
Man: a a.4d man:. a wo;:anI
feels ail out of :-.y:i from thin, wea.
cned blood. The N'a:"t little thins; gone
wrong throws the; into a wild -
of diespondency. instead of beaein
U0 and meetin; on-iinary difficulio,.
they are drowned. Nerves are on
edge. Appetite lags. Sleep is rc.t
less. They are weak and tiroei an.1
dull. Poor blood works its havoc til;
the will loses its power. Few peopie
who fall into habits of worry and de
spondency realize that most of their
tu. bI 1es tales (I u t) lack of cnuluran -
to blo(d that hs:. b)econLe woa:'.ne.l
by overwork or .drtonimg.
Healthy men andf women wvith rich,
r'ed bloo d see thinogs brightly. They
tackle life. with :'est andl go along
smin Iiily, f'ull of eagerness anid (en1
G 'ude's P'erto-MV tagn taken steadi
ly retored' the~ blood to its natur't
r~iicnss. It ae.ally ikes red~ ear
pu~seles, the tiny particles in blood
which make it red. Druggi:.,t hav..
Gude.'s Pepto-Eul'.an in liquid andI
.ab't form. A.!vert isemnent.
REPH :NT IN G
tHI.\G(YS F'INESTl WH~OLESAI.)
Wi!l be glad t?' showV scamplces c
:si--m:u:'a clm nt my home or:
:sweein di -.'mr n upon ''eg iVst
.'isewher'e in the county up)on request
SAM'L E. ERVIN, Agont
Norri, S. C.
ESS BY 40 PER i
A YEAR AGO
'is gone, we hope to stay. A year a
tit of clothes, while today you can buy
.m1g Men's Clothing. , The snappiest,
I range of patterns in all the latest
-iservative models from $15.00 to $35.0
f boys' clothing starting at the 3 yea
f styles and patterns from $6.00 to$l
RE GOING TO HAVE A COLD WINT1
her prophets say. We are fi:<ed for y
>y from 5 year to 18 year at $6.00 t
all pure wool, in the new belted modoli
:in Coat, and Sweaters, that you wll
ercoats before you buy, for we can
k'e.. for you don't have to any more'.
Z & D-ENC
e quality in merchandise
its and Geits' Fur1nishingic
Call for Pictorial Review Patterns.
The most beautifully located and en
oughly practical courses of study. I
guaranteed to graduates or- money I
Write today for catalogue'. A~lia
W. S. PETERSON, Pre,..
T s VE,
The Ford One-Ton Tru
to the farmer and the mn
merits of Ford Cars. And
reputation and great sales
up to every claim made fc
The reliable Ford Motoi
chassis, the aluminum b
combine to produce a tri
capacity and strength -
service; a truck that solve
at a very small operating
Hence the demand for the
is constantly on the increa
F'or the good of your 1
farming, merchandising c
should come in and look c
We are prepared to fuzrnish t
either with Standard or Spec
.ard Gearing gives the truci
The Special Gearing Increas<
from five to seven miles an
a F'aet Delivery Car,
H-. P. Sitte
go you had to pay an.ywhere from
the best front $25.00 to $40.00.
most up-to-date line we' have ever
). We haven't forgotten the little
r olds, and going to extra sizes in
ou in Ovetcoats and you will surely A
$15.00, Overcoats for the young
c, and also ot the more conserva
surely nee:. in December, January
ure!;; save you money. Get out
comes before the
Woods a Specialty
uipped school in the South. Thor.
f:st rea',onable rates. Positions
GREENWOOD, c. C.
4't - F. 0. B. Dto
eck first made its appeal ,
erchant because of the
iit made its wonderful
record because it lived
r, the special Ford steel
ronze -worm-drive, all
ick of unusual power,
a truck that lasts in
s the haulage problem
and upkeep expense.
Ford One-Ton Truck
>ulsiness, whether it be
r manufacturing, you
ver the Ford One-Ton
he Ford Truck equipped
lal Gearing. The Stand
a mfaximnum of power.
,s the speed of the truck
diour, converting it into