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- ~appebUga el aLocal and .Fersofal Ntn.
J. D., Moore0 handles fresh sllAds
Gr1enivifle I'ecived fit' irst, ink,
- l-eni-d whilt tl Pickensi Dr ug,
Co., says. TheV say P0.-ru na.
I -J. C. (. Tiu-ner, of Greenville,
IM d at his home thero Tuesdby.
--Martin It. Howoa has 'bililt at
splendid new dwelling near Iay
. ---Dr. W. F. Austin. dentist' will
be inl his ofico at Eisiey September
22d and 23d.
-IH. . Mark, all old and holnored
CitizeI, died at his home in Green,
ville Ist week. ^
Don 't nii to r(aid the iie-tiso
l1ite; if you do yo11 mIS a hot yo
ouglil. to kmv.
---D. Geri'g' D). ('1 etoI, of ( -
ney. palil a fbinlug visit t1) his palren'1-ts
ini Pickens~ Suniday.
--Dr. Wardlaw 1as so mnitiel work
on lliid tIhat liw (L dweiled t', staty
111ther weck in Pickenls.
-Mrs. S A. 11uil, of Nowbex-rv,
visit0d ill PiCklns this VOL, to the
d0iliht of h)r tm1ny frieInds.
For a plelsait place for a tired
Ian1 to resti is ait the pleasalt. and(
lospitilelt home))' of John iopr.
-1R. C. arrLiberty , hifs re
4, 0Ceived a lot of tIh Vc11e1lbrtod "Thorl- .
hill" wagoin-s which t will sell at the
-Josepl Loper, of the hit. ar.
mel section), has oie of the m8ost Col).
fortiable and (on veieint resid< 1ces inl
-it(ed elaniugo inl the lid. of 1-.
K. Sturdivanti & Co., of Gr eenville,
which Oxpinsiiia itself fIlly to the
miIi of th tradinlg public. .
-We have one second h d11111, ono.
horse buggy for $ Bi. B131111 run very
little. Aniy reasonalek prieo will buy
it. ,raig,. Bros,.
--The many friends of Chief of
'olice John P. O, il lin will regret to
k-arn1 that, he is qui'o sick with Iy
phoid fever: they hope for him a
-Gilla \1alnsoll, (eol.) died :it Robt.
-Bowen's place, on le Sth5 inst., of
typhoid fever. She was 60 years of
agg. She was buried at Glassy
Mountain grave yard the day follov
- ev. 13. I- GCuraidy and son
Roy, M. F. Hlest(e, Jhi)8 f Nil!ims
an(d LouiiU is Copel, fr(mi Pickens, venMt
to Atliian ta oil h e exenesion Moniday.
They returned Tisilay nighit and
rorte.d a good tI e.
-See the ad. of R. B. Rloark in
this issue0. Bob ha~s a1 ico, cleanii,
fresh stock of goods8 anld his prices
are right. If Hoark has it you may
know it is thle best the mar1'ket afl'ords,
for ho keeps always the best. Try
by Miss Ola Major; the attendcancie
wasl the largest (of anyl termIl thait they
have hand. Miss Ola is au excellent
teacher and( all the patronius are well
jpleased with he.
--Willie B3olt, n)ephewV of D r. J. [G
.B]olt, is now with thme Piekensi Dr:ug
/ Co. .He- isl well .anrd faveorably known
to the Pickdens tradling piublic, haviing
chirkedI for A. NI. Mlorris, a few years
ago, and his iniany friends here are
glad to welcomne him back to'Pickens
-Miisses Sophia M'tanidin and Mary
Trotter, two charmiing young ladies
of Meet, S. C., paissed through Pick
enns Friday on their way to visit tihe
family of the latter's sister, Mr. TI.
B3. Looper, andic friends at Looper,
where they will spend severa1 days.
~~ ~ -Now is your chiaiice. Th'ey ioust
go regar-dless of price. I still hale a
fewv second-hanid sewing machines
left which wvill be sold1 at some price.
Como and1( get one before 111ey are all
gone. Theiy all do good sewing.
W. H-. Johnson, Pickens, S. C.
--Mrs. Minnio. Henderson, an ox
client dress maker from Clinton, has
4 .i---~ eoidod to loente at EasIeyv. She is
noew ina Pickena, where she can be0
foundo for a few dlays at the residence
of H. A. Rlichey. If any of our lady
readeis need the services of a good
h-eamsltrebs they should see he-r.
-MDuiss Bello Smith, (died at bor4
home11 near Cedar Rlock, on1 tile 8th
inst., of typhoid fever uind was buried
at the Cedlar Rock Baiptist churclIh, of
which shle was a mnoi her, the follow
ing dlay. San was 25 years of age
and( a most (xcellent ycng lady anld
loved and respected by a host of
-We are raciuested to state thatt
2Pickenis Association will [meet at
V noy chuireb, Th ursday, before
th ird Sunday in Novemnber, and
I all chuiches wvihi expect to join
K ufdii' get letters of dismission,
romn thn Association they naow b~e
long to, Severasl have alr-eady aiecd
iand inistruicted their delegates to cail
for letters of (d5ismson.
-Unless bomne nnrforseen! accident,
or- rush1 (f work pre~vent s, the papers
aroe put in the Pickenis postofIIico 01n
WVedn sday after-nois, anid l( aIve here
'n. Thaursday morning, so thait omt
nusrbr sihiould receive their pa.
pe niot later than Fiaiy. If you
do) not, receiVO your pap~er onl time, or
.t all, leaso notify this oflico anid we
wvill look into theo miatter- and see
where the truible lies. tf
--John 8tephens, . who resided
rn 1%ens, dliedl at his ho~me here
Wedneaday morning, fr-om a compli
-cated affection. He hand been sik
for a long time, but had only been)
onined to his bod for- a few weeks.
RLe- was a tenher of Grtifl~n Baptist
Clancih where he wvas buied today.
sj waIs a~ good $,om3y% man and1( uni)
vbrsally likod by a4 who know *,hipiy
I N, 77 4 t~\ q
Gr-ind' a d otsher, relaUVt &t
f d iiatis, in reenille.
-Thik p.per is obllef to d(1:
S miuiite th Imtws, and we can only
givo the news whenloer we learn of
it. We want tO givo you. valtio re.
cOived for youl ,'menlv- ald all.tbe
news wo canii, so wil. appreciate very
mucho01 Any items you will sebd us;.
While they may not.b oe-n)oVWR to von,
I -memitiiber tlat oth1C.Irp will aPrecinto
reading. them. Just soud us the
skelolotn 0) a postill card and we can I
pit 4le clothes on it. tf.
Independent Graded School.
The Colorod Indepnident Graded
Secool of Picken's U. IT., S. 0., open.
ed Mondny, tho- 14th inpt., with a
good number of pupils. Tho asRiA.
tant. will be a person holding 'a firt
grado cortitiento or a diploma from
som(, of the legal colloges.
- No Plus Ullra,
C. T. Miller, Principal.
Attention Teachers I
There will be a meeting of the
toelcra of Pickens COnITJty in the
court unouse, Saturday, Sept. 26. AJl
t.raerl's i are iC(Infsted to be presnot.
Thmle meeting will be informal and at
thw samr tion am interesting as prs
sible. 1 order of the County Board
of i3dcaition. 13. T.'Hallumrj;
The Annual Meeting
Of Old Stone Ciureh and Cemetorv
Assoeiation will bo held at the O!il
Stono church on Saturday, Oct. 10,
1903. A full attendance is desired;
not only of the members of the Asso
ciatiol), bn1t of ill Otherls interosted inl
Iho preservation And improvomlent of
the comotery an I church. Impor.
tant busiuiess is to be brought before
By ol der of
J. J. Lewis, Pres.
R. N. Brackett, S'c.
s(hake itifo Your Shoes
A lle's Foot-'ise. It rests the fec '. ures
orns, unitons, Ingrowing Nalls, Swollei anel
iwentitig feet. At all d ruggists and sihoe mtorC
Twelve Mile River Association.
The next, session of thisj associa.
Lion will be held with Antioch Bag.
tist church, Lon miles northwest of
Picken'l, begiming Thursday, 8th
Dctober, next. The introductory sor
mon will bo preached 1)y Rev. .. E.
Foster; alternato Rev. J. M. Stewart.
Missionary scrmon by Rev. B. E.
Glrandy; alternat-e Rev. L, Mt. Lida.
The following committees will
State of [Religioni-J. T. Taylor.
Education-J. 0. Garrett.
Homo1) Missions-O. P. Fiold.
State M.issions-J. B.. Fendley.
FoIeignIl Missions -C..E. Robinson.
Aged Ministdrs --S. H. Brown.
Orphatage-J. E. Gillespie.
STemperance-J. T.< Lowis
Circular Letter-J. M. Stowart.
Let the churches s0end full (deega
tion and hiavo a good nmcetinig.
0. E. Itobinson,
To M1thoa rs in TowEl.
I 'hib i who uare <ielicate, reverlih ati e'ros
win l get Innedhi.'i te relief frotin Mothier Gry'
swteet Powdlers for Ch it)dren. Tlhe'y cleanme then
~tnt, i so-t n the l iver, mak ing a sic'ky ch ih)
stro'tg aune healthy. A ('eritt eure for wo'rmsa.
Sol by all t) rtiggists, '!5e. stuple free. Ad
iiress Alinon S. olinsted. ,ollovo N Y
Easley, S.. 0, Sept. 15, 1903.
TI he Graded school opened hero
last TJhursday with a full atteondance,
with Prof. Damuiel principal and Ml iss
Raiy iand Martini assistats. This
promises to bo one0 of thec most su1c
cs.sfuil te'rmks inI the hiistory of thet.
school. WithI a new homue in viewv
andt with tiIhe able1 )Wsistan)e oIf this
corps of Iteacers01, thIere is no reason
why~ this should be at record-breaking
ye ar'. Th'le lumber is now being put
on the ground for tho new building
wvhich is to beoa modern school struct
There is a building boom on here
at pres(ent. At least half a dozen
p)rivalto residences are under con
sltuct ion niow.
Dri. Smuithi has b~epun wvork on1
whtis to be ow-" of the largest busi
ness buildings in town. It is sitna-.
lod on Tiable Rock street and will
contain three or four store rooms and
the libseent will be titted tup wvith a
model livery stallo.
The many friends of Mr. add Mrs.
Ci. W. 'J routter will be soirry to lear'n
tof the death of their 13-year-old
daugh to', Evaline, wl'ichi occuirred at
the Easley Cotton Mill Sunday the
14thi of typhoid rover.
A. (C. Hook, organiizer' of the
Masons Annuity Inasurance, wvho has
b~een here for the past few (days,
leaves today for Pickens. Mr'. H-ook
offers to Masons a good annuity at a
Mrs. Belle Smith, of Brushy Creek
Anderson county, has moved to town
for' the purpose~ of seniding bor' clhi
(iron to school She is occupyi
Allen Mauldin house near tihe
Threoe of Capt. Gieorgo RIion
daughteris are attonding the (a
Messrs. WV. C. Smith and * T
Callaham wvout to Atlanta on V
Tfho many friends of Dr'.
Cureton woero shocked to bear '
death which occurred yester'da. a
ing at his home on Table Rloci
Dr'. Cuireton was one0 of tI
known mni tof P'ickons county, h'
bmeeni in business heio over sit.
iey w'as established, lie we.
istrate at thiti pla1ce for a nu:iv
years. Hie was an old soldlier
ing v'olunteer'ed itt Ihe beCgii' I n
the war. D.. Coro'to'n',was inl
year. He leaves a wife andl(
Mr s. S3. N. Wya)tt, (of Greenvf'
Iin iton, of Te'xas*., Mr s. Co)l(Iem
A thuat a, Messrs. Walker M. to r
of Souitherni R1. 1 andt D). T.1. Iu
bt, U. S. RI. Fi. D). Dr. CuH -n we.
ai ('oilsistent in~eri of thO i. .'ja
dlist chiurch, whlere ho was bon14o tii
dey at 2 o'clock. The funeral ser
ces were con.dutcted by' Rev'. 1) W'
Hiiott and 1tov. W. E. Wiggin't. Wa
join his many friends bti td en din
sympalties to tlhe leroaved family.
Ma1(ny ffieloOl'OIal4VId s AY %i ts t 4
6i~ aie tiyg weet powdere fo' ?';g:,0V
mta~ai. r.n'bied Ted
M N at~ Mrs. Auotonv Daher visir
AA tbettuInes of Daniel and A. T.
Yy Inel ster last week.
Miss S*l1ie Thomas visited the
family of A. . Winche stor last week.
Prof. J. L.*Murphree closed a tei
days - music Sepool at Shady GrovO
Baptis3t church last Friday. l very
body far and lear gathleil inl 1110
last (lay to hoar the musio and it was
grand too. The diy. was truly oil
joyed by all present. Music and
music lossons was the services of the
(ly until dinner. Ono hour was
taken for refreshments and then a
short Jesson .in song service, after
which a very impressive an(d in1true
tive talk - %as delivered by Rev. B. F.
Mlurplbrc-o. Two songs W01r mung 'by
Mcssrs WI E. Thoinas, A. T. Will
chester, Henry Townes; W. M., W. J.
and -John Baker. "Hide Tho' Me,"
and "Whiter Than Snow," wore the
son 8 sung by the six gentlemen.
Pr4. Murphree did some voIy in
structivo work all through his school.
T"o Sum it ill in a word or two he is
an 411ll round, up to-dato, first class
music tetcler. Any community in
need of a music teacher cannot do
better than to employ Prof Mur
A. T. Winchester was the organist
assisted by W. E. Thomas.
Shady Grove knovs a good thing
when they ee it. They say they ar'o
goiig to havo another school taught
by. Prof. Murphree about Xmas.
Dots From Symmes.
I paid Pickei;s a visit. last week
and was very much impresed with
the improvements I saw ill along the
way, and esyeciilly so, from Liberty
T:ore isone feature that I do ad
mire and that is the small purchase
of laid, and the improvement that
follows. The small land owner is
the backbone of the country. Ho, it
is, Who tills, tenlds and toils, and
beautifies hig little farm, aud spends
what he makes in further improve
ImlenCt.s. Wihat we want is our largo
areas cut up into small farms and
sold to good,' energetic, white 111611,
aid the necessary restilt will be good
citizens, good churches, good s'hools,
and laqt, but not least, but greatest
of all, will be Good Roads.
'his community has been blessed
recently with good ineetings and the
preaihing has bren with power, and
many have fallen in to march under
the banner of Life and Peace.
Crops in this section are only ord:
iinar; cotton very short; corn oi bot
tol) IlInd is line.
The only thing we can complain of
right now, is our roads. I hey are
nIot ihardly' passable, in pilaces. I had1(
a talk with Honorable Board of Com-.
missioners and they' promised to give
us their presence anld attentionl next
month, an11. bring us the chin ganlg
to relieve us to some) extenlt, so we
wvill wait with patience, their arrival.
I think it wvould b)0 much bel ltterI
and munch to our inlterest jus1t no0w,
to organize a "Road1( Club" and Svork
out~ our roads on thle "Plani of Labor,"
for any thinkinlg man knows full well
that the sum of one0 dollair commhlutL
tionl money03 is not sulflicienLt to mieet
the needs11 of today - is nlot enough to
put the roads even inl passable conidi
tioni, much lees build tihemt up a1s theoy
should be, for we have more travel
thban ever beforo, and ne0w roaids are
conlstantly3 hIavin~g t'o be openied up)
to aiccommoiidate the inicreased pop1)n.
lalion that is so fast developling upl
We have a fine country and let us
dlevelop) it, by all means in our
Hoping to hlear from some one
else, I close, One of the Boys.
Mr. Editor: As you have au stand.
in~g solicitation for locals from the
dliflerent parts of the county, and1( be
in~g ai well wisher of Thie Sentinel.
Journal, will ask for a little space.
Thlis section was visited wvith a
good( rain first of this wee'k.
Thle hlot wave of the' latter part of
August played havoc withl tile crops
in and around hero. Some of our1
farmers claim we can't make more
than a good hlalf crop of cotton, while
othlels thin3k with ai late fall can make
Master Ben Bentley, in company
withi yourV correspon den)t jointed sev.
oral Easleyites 01n thle Southern last
Sunday and witneesed thle un~veiling
of tihe mlonumlent of .J. Tii. Bolding,
who was a brother Woodmnan of tile
World. The unveilinig took place at
Taylor's Station, and was wvitnessed
by a very large crowd. Dr. A. J. 8.
Thom'm made the adldress and that
.y thlat it was a treat, to
il eard it. Br Btodig
nboSS for somie time, b)ut
Ip andi went on as firemian
b-.ver a year ego. He was an
ntgood boy and wvas loved
b~ kuew him. While at Tay.
e ro witnessed tile immersion
a .four converts by Dr
to We also visited Chick
WVo met Miss Hannahl
f Maynzard, at Taylor's.
ting the family of J. F
itor. We noticed a few
n) tile Charlotte Chronicle,
d f'rm Greeniville Newvs, giving
a u of so many wrecks on tile
aIn our opinion tile prime
Ibrought about by over wvork
emen, their tiremen, in par
[t was a fewv years ago con.
-hard1 workc to fire a forty to
tn engine thlat would burn
en'.1 to ten ton of coal, nowY
b - 1. tihem from ninlety to 0110
hundredlo and ten ton and burn all the
wayt' fromi eighteen to twe'nty-flve toll
of na trip. Any t'easonable mind
(en ilan ion see at 01nce thalt a young
olio that hans to fire th'ree to four
war h'.ore he is promotuid, ii physi.
uMy '.v"ecked, and that nlaturally
otalttt the~ mind to be olouded.
Vinr fear you will suspeot theL I
P1' moidally wreed will stop. X.
To 0Vr i 001ld in OneItoy
Tak ua~tie Befudto Qui1nyie TIt
My buIyer Will I
the most complete line
and will be sokl at the
Take Laxative Broit
Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 m4
Dots From Pindor.
Dt ar Sentinel: I will 11rv to give
your many readers and valuable pa
per a fuw dots fro:n this sectioi, but
lows is vry rei-Co.
A great ieetiiv closed at Contcord
Bat ptist Chiulch a few ilys ago. Pas
tor W. 0. Seaborn was assisted by
Rev A. J. Manly. Nine wer' re
Ceived for baptism.
The Twelve Mie school, narm iIn
dor, taught by Miss Flormoi cc Hen
dricks, has closed.
.1. A. Rtgsdale, who h1o- beeu con
fined to his room for several weeks,
is iimproving slowly. Io is tbi to
be up i the house.
James Sutherland and Mrs. Tho3
iigron vi.ited the family of o. P.
FioIld onl the 8th anel 9th inst.
Miss Maggio .Field visited D. E.
HIenidricks' f:t nity la9st week.
Thlereo will bo0 prayetr moet ing at
Conlcordl Bap1tist (chureb Sun day
night Will be conduicted by D). A.
0. 1'. Fi ld had oneO watt'trmelon
vine that had fifteen melons oni it,
and once aimonug the smallest weighed
Wne had1 -a fine( rin itn tis sectti1
(Cotton antd (corn! is 1)n aL 1)ooni just
The readers of this pa.per wvillI be
pleasned to letarn t *nt thtero is ait, teas one1
able to catre int all its stages awul thn' is
c'atarrt~. I iall's Catairrh Gure is tim on.
ly posnitive cure) no0w kntown to the m.Y
ical fratertty. (Catarrlhtbintg ai conlsti
tkenm inteirnally, nttlingj. d itvctly upt on
the blo0o.1 and imcouis su rfaces of lte
as stemli, t hereby destring'i~j the founda(t
tiotn of the dlisease, andt~ giving the' pnf.
its work. T1he p rop rietor- lmtv.' so
muchel fauit~h in its ciurative' powers, it:il
any ctmse that it C: lI to (cure. Sezl for
Address. I". J. Che'ney & C~o.
Sold by all D~rut gists, 7he.
Hall's Family l'ills are the hert.
Theo Ronnion schotol closesd be-i:t
Friday. Miss MI ty McCl atahan wa.'s
our1 toeher and she g'ive generatl sat -
Fodder pulling i' the order of th e
WV. J. Boggs has accepted apoi
lion wvith Ri. C. Carter at Ljjirly
WValter is a jolly goodl fellow and will
do yon right whten y'ou buy)) goods
Born utnto Mr. atid Mrs. Lawrene.
Ken nemoro on the OthI inustanltt, a
Thel RIouniion Suatlty school in still
David McCombs, of Cedar Rlock,
visited friends ini t is sectioni hitt.
A heavy rai n felhl hero last WVed
Oconee, v'isited1 Mr. tand Mrs. Nortris
the first Sundaiy.
Mr's. Ben lBoggs, wiho lias -)been
sich for seome time, in some better. '
Rev. W. J. Shoriff went to Mt
Airy last Friday anid run a protract
od meeting utntil Sunday. Much
good wvas done in the meeting.
Lol Shoeifif visited relativee in Cian
tral last Sunday.
Sixteen contverts will be bapt)1izedO(
at Reunion the third Sunday int thin
Sever'aIl Bverlety its wen tol L) Flat
Rock the flit Sunday.
If constipated or biilious, call for 1l..
mnon's Pills andl b)e cert ain (till h'clrk give
you theC genulinet It RtmnM' 'hmplete
ttreatnment 215 doses 25c.
Piecens Dru'ig C~o.
)Wotit that we co'uhd
8HI T FROM EVERY HOUSE-TOP
wit the strengt ha ofa mntion voIces
U ES'Tai 1e"# V
MonSY BACKd rg r Pit'.u.
Otedntd . ale'
lons, Shoes, Pauts, Overalls, Buggies,
lrness, Saddles, Blankets, Laprobes
And All Kinds Of
IWARE, STAPLE ANDTANCY GROCERIES.
eave for New York about Aug.- 28th to buy one of
s of General Merchandise ever kept in this country
I AM AGENT FOR TilE CELEBRATED
LANO MOWERS and lAKES.
S They are the most simple in con
s.truction and lighest running and
I '% most lasting no.wers ever made.
94011M AND IT ME-!TILL YOU AEUVT THIMOI
THE CASH MERCHANT,
r "HE Liberty, S.C.
!e a Cold in One Day ,.
t Quinie Talets .n every
onths. Thisfnaue box, Mec
1. 1. 011, . 1). .1. N. IIAL LUM, Ph 0.
Pickens & Drug & Company.
Did You Ever Try
For Sale by....
Pickens Drug Company.
THEY MUST GO
WVe are now offering our entire stock
of Low Cut Shoes at G 0 - Q U I C K
prices. Take a look at our Bargain
PRIDE & PATTON
Green'ille, S. C.
of -that excellent Flour to arrive this week, also
iia lot of wheat bran and shorts. Good feed for
an y kind of stock. H-omiemade Apple V!inegar
and siices for pickling,
New Clothing, New Shoes,
New 1)ress Goods, New Hatls,
I) ~ NEW EVERYTI'IINOi.
Furniture, Stoves, Trunks, Iron Beds and
Springs, Cots and Mattresses.
We Are Fixed For You.
-Come and1 see us.
W. T. McFALL.
TO MAKE ROOM
For FALL GOODS.
Our buyer is now in the Eastern markets to buy one of
:he largest stocks ever brought to this part of the stale and in
arder to make room for new goods wve are offering
Big~ Reductions in Many Line,s.
We have just received a fresh car of "STIQDEBAKER
W AG ONS." Everybody kniows what the Studebaker is, and
Lhe price is right. Watch this space and come and see us.
Heath- Bruce-Morrew Co.
but they are not "In It" with our
Kno0k DoWn", "Drag Out" Clearance Sale for the
MONTH OF AUCUST.
BIg lot of Dry (Joois, Clothing, Shoos, Ifata and Gents r
i4hing Goods to go-at ndt and below Now York t6st. Over 800 pai
of inens and boys pants all sizes an(d colors to go at )' Wb nevero
fore heard of hi the State of Pickcens.
Big lot of Clothing, cone: and select your suit nauw tho prieo
and take it.
This is no fairy tale but plain facts we are talking. We would
rather have cost fot every suit in the house than to the time aud
troublo to movo and rearrange them ini our now store.
We hopo to be in our now -iuarters by Sept. 1, amt we content
plate buying the lirgest slock of General Merchandise. consisting o
Clothing, Dry Good,, Shoes, HatH, Gent8 Furnishings, Grocories, Hard
ware Furnitiro, Buggies and Wagons ever brought to this part of the
country. We will convert our old store into a wegon and Buggy and
Furniture Depository and by Sept 15th w'e will be prepared to show
you a comploto and well selected stook. Have just ordered a car of
Mitoholl & Lewis wagons which are 1ho best on' tho market.
Remember: For tie next 30 (lays we will offer som& of the
greatest bargatins ever off'erod in Pickens.
Clothing, Hats, Sboes and Gents Furnishing
W. T. MoFALT2, J. Mel). BRUCE
* PICKENS ANK, .
OF PICKENS, S. C.
CAPITAL, - - $ 20,500.00.
PROFITS, - - $ 10,312.09.
DEPOSITS, - - $100,055.29.
Interest paid on time Deposits. Careful Management.
Liberal Treatment to all it's Customers.
WE MAKE A SPECIAL/TY OF SMAlJL LOANS TO FARMERS.
.1. J~. ITAUOOI). .1. 1'. CA Iiv E1 Y~ 1US
I. M. U WGOOD) W . TI. %I VA~i 1,'1 N. IIVN'i'R.
It. A. RICM E V. .1. .1. STE:W. IVl~ 1 . M UCI) iiw .
OR the last tomnh ehv
Ftrying~ to handle so many chickens
and gg wish to say to the lpouhtry raisers
for their good and ours to stop) selling
your chickens so small as they are not wan
ted anywvhere at any price. Large chickens
will bring a much better price and are al
ways wantedl. H-ens are in good demand.
'We Want all the eggs we can get and wvill
give the highest market pirice for them.
Call on us for all kinds of merchandise
at the lowVest cash price.
One-Price Cash Store
SGallon Oil Cans, 1o cents. - ___
10 Quart Dish Pans, 1o cents.
l)pint Heavy Retinuedi Dippers, 5 cents.
* 9 quart Covered Buckets, 20 cents.
* Our Tinwvare stock is complete. and we sell a
* prices that cannot be equaled anywhere.0
* FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER
S We wvill make special prices on all TIN and
SAGATEAARE. If you need any goods in these
lines we are certain to interest you.
TiN and AGATE WARtE.
* Come to see us befote b~uying. We are running *
W. H. Pickens' Sons,
North Main St. EASLEY, S. C.
You Will Be Sorry...
. It you don't buy the b)est and you will
always buy the best if you trade at
my store. A nice clean stoc'k of
GENERAL MERCH AND1ISE con
IDry Goods, Notions, Shoes,
h ats, Groceries
and a lot of other things.
See my line of
before you buy. I
carry one of the best Iines of shoes in
Bring your produtce and come to
* ~~see me. .-v ,