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TIHE SENTINELJOURNAL
Entered April 28, 1908 at Pickens, S. C.. as second classimatter. under act of Congress of March 8, 1879.
TOL. ZXXViI, 1ICEKIN, IQUTH CAROLINA, THURIDAY, OCTOBER 241907 , 22
We ha'
and
We are no' e
that the half ha
Polite treatmen
"r
The completest Dru;
THE YC
TA D. *.'S
OW3W %N~,
__StevWaif, And
ORCA1
PLreishb-uIt. VI
LIB~LIB
Ca ital - -
Pio Ii - -
DIl
J. N- MuicoAN J.
Acounta of Me ch~uautA, Furmeris,
ve been H
-In Picke
evry year we have lear:
'lhis year we have purchased our line
plete than ever before. Our buyer made i
have purchased not only enough for Pick(
Many of our goods have already arriv
while and then the fun will begin.
We are now showing Jewelry, Hand-1
bles, Books, Japanese China ware, Ladies
We will very soon show a tremendoui
A tremendous line of dolls will be sbc
Also will be shown vases, cups and sa
carving sets. military sets, nail brushe
paper, collar and cuff boxes.
And many, many more, all different i
ticles are entirely new to this commui
c in be easily fond here.
Do not overlook the fact that many a
xaggerating or indulgin
a not been told.
shown everyone no math
HE PICi
I Store In Northwestern Carol
)UNG MAN
A
.4Outs a big figure~with us,*nand w6 have
planned for him. Iu school or college
business his clothes should echo his
6astes, and not hisfathe'u or his uncle's.
So Stein-Bloch have made specially de
signed sack suits and overcoats for him,
in style adapted to his enacting demauda
in dress. We believe they are what he
has been searobing for aLd ask him to
call in andifiudjout.
Reco Shirts, best made
$1 to $1.50.
CJorless Coon collars,
wear well 15c 2 for
25c.
We Fill Mail Orders.
erson & Childers.
NIZED 1901.
)'L iE~~,I. C. SniurEY,
ice Presiden, Cashier.
LW BANK,
.RTY, S. C..
- - $25,000,00
- - 5,000,00
- - 40,000,00
ECTORS.
CanTEII, J. P. Susmu.
1Fime, and Tndividnnlinsolicted.
andlingi
ns For F1%
Ile(d something. We
from two New York and two Baltimore c
special trip to sse their samples anId ever
ins and community but the whole up-rou
d and some of them on exhibition. We
lainted China. Watches, Fountain Pens, I
Purses and a great many'others.
line of toys, from the one-cent whistle tc
wn from the one-cent black kid to the fliv
Licers, pitchers, picture frames, manicure
3, combs, hair brushes, puff boxes, mirror
md calculated to please all from baby to p
iity and the line so complete that the arti
rticles are included suitable for welding F
in "hot air". Com<
r what brings you into
ENS D
Business Locals.
Notices of Sale, Wants. swaps, etc,
inserted in this Column at I; cents per
line for each iunsertion, Nothing taken
for less tlan 10cents.
For Sale-Family horse. 8 years old
gentle, fast.
D. D. 4ONE .
FOR SALiB-17 acres, original forest,
11 miles north of Pickens, $30 an acre;
75 acres west of Woodall Mountain. 10
acres branch bottom, balance in timber,
price $10 aere, eih dent. E. F. KEITH.
R. F. D., No. 4, Pickens, S. C.
You have not heard nothing from Old
Moore in a long time. I ism in Earle's
old drug store on the corner. I am jusi
battrle-whanging along selling beef anud
one thing and another, But now we
come) to facts: I want to buy your dry
hides, green hidea, raw hides and all
other kinds of hidesnlso your seed cotton
nnd cotton seeds. I want some sheep,, I
want some pork; I can't tell hardly
what I do want. The old ii arke~t
J. D. Moore.
A few fist claan sewing machines,
slightly used to be sold at greatly re
dniecd prices. Also sewing machines re
paired. Uniml at Crzaig Bros
0. P. Knight.
Ask to see onr nnsrtmnent of remnant
laces, Price by the hiunch 100 the yard.
Cr .ig Bros.
THE MAGIC NO. 3.
Numbier three is a wonderful mascot
for Geno. H. Prria, e'fCedar (rove, Me..
according to a letter which roads: "'After'
aufifeing nn'.ch wiih liver uand kinney
ronblo, ,'nad I ecomingn greatly discourt
.igedl by the failure to fin~d relief, I tried
Elecotr~ic Ritters, and nas a result I am ai
well man to-dauy. The tirst bottle reliev
ed nod t hree b)' i lea comp~leted the' cure."
Onu.aran teed~ heat oiln arith for' 1 Oistomch,
liver eni kidm-y troubles b~y Pickens,
D r ug Co., dlrulgist. 50n,
tmy owvu price) 11 usnal. This time
Liberty Bell tobacco, factory price 38c,
mn y price lc by ihn box or 10c for 15c
plugs. A little of that oh)nap crockery
ware left, I wnnt to tell you something
about c)offe'e and usalt. I expect to get
some of your trade if prices wvilIl do it.
T.' D. Harris,
Thornhill wagnn.
.hristmas
ee Years
have Learned How to B
oncerns and it is more varied and com
y article was selected personally. We
Atry.
will place them all on display in 4 short
>ost Card and Photograph Albums, Bi
the ten dollar steam engine.
e-dollar dressed lady four feet tall.
sets, scissors sets, stag sets, toilet sets,
s, jewelry cases, work boxes, fancy box
,randmother. A great many of the ar
Ale that is often so hard to find "to suit'.
oresents.
and see and Nou will the
our store.
RUG CO
4r. W. "E-X:6A.LLa .I
JUST REGE
We ha
Fall line
among m
to suit ev
quiet stap
fancy nov
These
very few]
The on
L ROTHS(
LOOK
-Pall St:
AND FAI
FALL SEA
Vu ions chaneges in style anid color'ingsi of ''4
e mnd(1 eachi seaso - tor th Jo oming Full i
Mome1( hues. 'We wvant to keep you posuted onl wh
pay?' The ne w feat tires ini Ments' Ajppaa are het
Coods Sent on
KaRETRNABLE!AT OUR
W-.ENI
Goods
ly.
n be convinced
,V ED
ve just received our New
f the famous
wes Hats,
'hich can be found styles
eryone. From the most
le shape to the very latest
elty.
hats have no superior and
:quals at the price, $3.0,
pricy to everyone.
;H ILD,
)VER
yles,
IR ICS
SON.
Jorrect Olothies for Gentlemen"
(, Wster bey are pronoanedI
Approval!
EXPENSE .a
DEL

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