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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, February 02, 1907, Image 8

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LEADERS IN
Bltankets a
There'll be lots mor,
done so now is agoi
ets and Overcoats,
$1.50 pair.
&2.00 pair.
$2.50 wool.
$3.00 heavy
Overcoa
MOORE
Fresh to
SUnheard I
4 hI Men's Sull
4 e have one table of'1
end Vests carried from last
~p ac that will tempt a
t6yknows that woolen g
a~4if you will compare the
buMht this season you car
n1i~ C oats are shorter th
4aen't want one of the ex
An~ in length is more tl
~, t~~n~picefrom.iro.oo t
d oWa o .00 are posit
+ tie bn some of the,
ad statement, but we ar
w ~~vebut to seeithe goods1
~ 4~y lese goods go
ohng kuers to investi
$ ys't the choice thing
A t (/
j'j ir I S
FPPY A
Year Just Ulo
ppreciate the
te Continuance(
LOW PRICES,
A- NS$
ud Overcoats!
e of cold weather before its
:>d time to buy your Bladk-.
Blankets at $1.10
Blankets at $1.20
Blankets at $1.75
wool blankets $2.00
ts at pricescut
HALF IN TWO.
t PP P Flour.
Of Bargains. 4
s, Coats and Vests.
M4en's Suits and one table of Coats
season that we have marked down
ny man who needs a Suit. Every
oods'are higher than a year sgo,
a quality of these goods with those
readily see the difference. Some
an the present style but everybody
tremie long coats, and what is lack
~an made up ir* quality. The suits
o i 8.co, and some of the suits mark.
ively better and have more wool in
new goods at 15.oo. '1Ihis is a
e prepared to prove it, and you
to be convinced. All sizes from 33
on sale at once and it will pay all
late. Remember, the early buyers
s.
Bristow,
HIERS
*T! 77
ND PROSPE
NEW YE
sed has been one of th
Patronage You Have Gil
of Same.
or a e VV eeKS,
We will retain our old Stand
and shall be glad to see any of our
friends with a .coop of chickens,
basket of eggs, bucket of but;ter or
purse filled with change.
COME TO SIRE US.
CRAIG BROS.
ONE-EIOCE W TORE.
'K8
R 8
A1 TO
Largest ino
en in the Past
ROW E
PIC]
i A. K. PAIE
$ Creenville, S
Dry Goods and
We are now showving
largest and best selected
Dry Goods we have 'eveIr
sistig of Cotton lFabrica
yard to Wool Goods up
yard. Notvwithstanding t
higher prices, we have eni
to Where we sell you good
as little money as honest
be sold for. We have a
thing you want in nice di
Our Wool and Cotton Flai
good as enn be had an.ywL
money. Our 25 ets Jeani
that money can bne for
Wool and Cotton Blanket
v arlety from 50O eta. up to;
We have all the Und<
w ant rir Men', WVomen, an
etter gooda than last y1
same price. Hosiery dep
ways complete.. Men's
dress abi1rte, the best on I
Big 8t*ek neokwear.
* Z8HE081 Well, don't f.
. ntergat. When ion want
of any klnd for any meeml
'fsmilly Uome Here and ge
rented shoes. A. E
I have agoodi
Among thorn are the recomimendat
Clocks with weights, which I am t
And a new line of,.SILVERWAR
Silver WATOHES, A nice line of
glasses to fit eyees,,All kinds of repaji
H. SNIDER, ..
Happy Greetings to all my
I thank you, one and all, for yoti
past and hope by honest prices and I
again this year, trade with
J. 'F. HARI
ALL
ar History
and Hope
30.
.ENS, S. C.
K, p
Shoes.
>ne of theE
stoOks of
showni, con.1#
fromr -5o a
to $1.50 a
Lie talked of
our profite
goode for
good8 can
Imost anly.
esa goods.
Inela are a8s
ore for the
Ijis the best*
A ini g.reat
p8.00.$
rwear yon
I Children,
ar for t.he
he maurket. $
>rget your
good shUoe
2er ef the
I our war
P1ARK.
le old style Seth Thomas
elling at special bargains.
I@. AIso solid Gold and
Spectacles; I guarantee I
Work in the jewelry line.
-Sry . 0.
Friends
rid Customers.
r liberal patronage in thec
air dealing that you will,
By Himself,.

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