TiE SENTINEL JOURNAL
I Entered'April 28, 1903 at Pickeus, 8. 0., as aecond classpmatter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879.
L VCEV, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, OCTOBE 31907 I
Notices of Sale, Wanats. Swnps, et.,
1 1ierted in th Is . olumn at 5 eits per
flie for each insertin, Nothing tak(,n
for less than 10cents.
FoR SArm---17 acros, original forest,
1 miles north of Pickens, $30 an acre;
1,5 acres west of Woodall Mountain, 1(
acres branch bottom, balanco in timber
prico $10 atcrO, cashli deal. E. F. Kinr.
R. F. D., No. 4, Pickens, S. (.
You have not heard nothing from Old
Moore in a long time, I cm in Earle's
old drug storo on the corner. I am just
battle-whanging along solling beef and
one thing andl another. But now we
come to facts: I want to buy your dry
hides, green hides, raw hides and all
other kinds of hides,also your seed cotton
and cotton seeds. I want some sheep, I
want some pork; I can't tell hardly
what I do want. The old market.
J. A Moore.
A few first class sewing machines,
slightly used to be sold at greatly re
duced prices. Also sewing machines re
paired. Call at Craig Bros.
0. P. Knight.
Ask to see our assortment of renuanit
laces. Price by the bunch 10o the yard,
For Sale-One tract of land 3A miles
from Pickens, 140 acres, one 8-room
dwellingono barn aid st'bles,one tenant
house, 200 young fruit trees, 45 acres in
cultivation, 40 in pine timber, line pas
ture, 25 acres5 in woodland, most of it
lies well. $35 per acre. Apply to P. 0.
Anthony, Greenville, S. 0. R. F. 1). 2.
THE MAGIC NO. 3.
Number three is a wonderful mascot
f or Geo. H. Pairris, ofCedar Grove, Me..
a ecording to a letter which reads: "After
saffering much with liver and kinney
trouble, and tiecomiing greatly discour
-a ge: by the failure to find relief, I tried
Eleectric Bitters, and as a result I aim a
well man to-day. The first bottle reliev.
ed and three bottles completed the cure."
Gu.tranteed best on earth for stomach,
liver and hidney troubles by Pickens,
)rug Co., druggist. 50c.
A party of distinguished English
men which included, the World's Work
says, a judge of the high court, an ed.
itor and a naturalist were sitting In
the editor's room when a singular spi.
der ran across the floor and disappear,
ed under some books.
It was a giant, one of the largest
species In England, and the naturalisi
lifted the books instantly. Tle spider
darted toward the justice. 5e sprang
up, and the spider's life endbd.
"It wa- a very rare species," mur
imured t4 naturalist regretfully.
"I ma iTet arer," said the judge.
Do You Open Your Mouth
Like a young bird and gulp down what
ever food or medicine may be offered you?
Or, do you want to know something of the
composition and character of that which
you take into your stomach whether as
food or medicine ?
Most intelligent and sensible people
now-a-days insist on knowing what they
employ whether as food or as medicine.
Dr. Pierce believes they have a perfect
right tolitsist upon such knowledge. So he
publishes, broadcast and on each bottle
wvrap~per, what his medicines are made of
and v'erliies it under oath. This lie feels
he can well afford to do hecause the more
the ingredients of which his miedicine~s
atre madec are studiled and understood the
newre will their superior curative virtues
For the cure of woman's peculiar weak
nesses, irregularities and dlerangements,
giving rise to frequent headaches, back
ache, dragging-down pain or distress in
lower abdominal or pelvic region, accom
tianied, ofttimes, with a debilitating,
pelivic, catarrhal dIraini and kindred symp
toims of weaknzess, D~r. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription is a most efficient remedy.
It is equally effective in curing painful
periods, in giving strength to nursin
muothers andl in preparling the system of
thea expectant mother for baby's coming,
thus rend~ering childbirth safe and omzi
paraatively painless. Tlhe "Favorite Pre
seri prion" is a most potet, streng thening
tonic to the general system and to the
organ ms distinctly feminjina in piarticular.
It is also a soothing and jivigoratling
-nervlne and cures nervous exhaustion,
nervous rostration, neuira igia. hysteria
splaisms, c iorea or' St. Vituis's dancee, and
other distressing nervous symaptomns at
tenad~ant upon~ funcitional :ami (orgaic dis5
eases of tile (list inctly feminline organis.
A host of medical authiorities oif atli the
several schools of plractice, recommlienld
esach of the several ingredlients of which
"Favorite Prescripltionl " is made for the'
(enre of the diseases for which it, Is claimed
to be a care. You many reaud what~ they
8ay fr yourL1self bly seninilg at postal card
regniaest for a free boolclet Of extracts from
thea leadinug authorities, to Doctor it. V,
l 'ierce, lIvalid(s' Ilote'l ando Suargical Iin
stitaute, ilaiffalo, N. Y., and it will comie tc
you by return post.
etp a ott sd3ellnt
e I m ml
Profits I -
F. B. MOnGAN
J. N- MOnGAN
Accounts of Merobants, Fai
(Could 'veave no prettier, or b
showing in our Millinery Del
e t the latest atyles an u
spection. Our litw of .'noket
and yau can rest assured that
Among them are t
Clocks with weight
And a new line o
glasses to fit eyes. I
can run thr
or climb ov
V. T. O'DErrL. H. C. SHIRnY,
Vice President, Cashier.
LIBERTY, S. C.
-- - S,000,00
~ - - 40,000,00
W. T. O'DELL, H. C. SHiiiILI
J. CARTER, J. P. SMITn.
mors, Firniis, and Iudividuals solicited.
tter, or fancier, or tasteful patterns than wo ai
te.ttions of milliners' art will be :rea ly for yciur i
%, Capes and dress goods are ail th it is to be desire
they ire stylish, seusible and serviceable.
Motto- iHigh grade,
-: Low Prices.
reeman & Co
THE OLD STAND."
I have a good line of
O C K S
he recommendable old style Seth Thomas
s, which I am selling at special bargains.
F SILVERWARE. Also solid Gold and
A nice line of Spectacles; I guarantee
til kinds of repair work in the jewelry line.
- - Easley, S. C.
NOISE AND COUNTRY PRODUCI
-SELLS T HE BEST
'CING ON EARTH
ough icrawl unde
er and break it,
We have just rece
Fall linc of the famot
among which can be
to suit everyone. Fr
quiet staple shape to t
These hats have no
very few equals at the
The one pricy to ev
Green-vill1e. . . -
When considering buying your
Goods please remember that we
showing a line about twice as large as(
d before. Our object has always beev
BUY RIGHT and SELL RIGH
the trade that we now have is siffi
prooi that our goods and prices are s
faetory. The one who sells the i
pounds of sugar for one dallar may
in the end prove to be the one that s
you the most money on the 'bulk of
purchases. The one that cuts price
order to make you think that you are
ting a bargain may not in the end proi
be selling you the same article as che;
as you could buy from a one-price stor
Come to see us.
ONE-PRICE CASH i'I
Vatrious chal'ges in style and colorings of "'Correct Clothe
are made each 8e'nam - or I he coming Fall nnd Winter I hoy
someW lines. We want to kee~p you posted1 onI whet's the htest.
dayn The new featturea. in Mena11' Apparail are here'.
Coods Sent on Appi
WWRETURNABLE AT OUR EXPENSE.
H-. END E
ve d our New
>m1 the most
he very latest
4 for Gontlem ta"
nire pronioanced ini
CJan wo do so to
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