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The Sentinol-Journal Company.
TPoMPsoN & RICEY. PoRPs.
J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOR.
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PICKENS, S. C.:
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7 1907.
At Maturity Again.
A drive into the country these gold
en afternoons will find the farmers
the busiest of men. Oat in the cot
ton fields, as far as the eye can dis
cern, figures are seen gathering from
the bolls the fleecy staple, cotton,
while on the other hand the cornfield
has the call of others. All is activi.
ky, everyone is at work harvesting
the fruits of a season's maturity.
What peace, what contentmen. in
the life of him who harvests the fruits
from Mother Earth, where all things
originate, where everything, In time,
returns. Life is fed by death, and,
atfor having served our mission, all
that is animate and inanimate re
turns from whence it came, thstsme
thing else might be nourished into
fruition from death into life again,
And thus it ever will be-one cot -
tinual evolution from life to death,
from death back into life again, each
time molded into some new form,
some new person to carry out life's
Only a few weeks ago all was
green, typifying the best touch of nn
ture's hand. The broad landscapo
was a carpet of green, pleasing for
the eyes to rest upon. The bonding
boughs in foliage dense whispered
their silent messages to the winds
But how different now. There is the
appearance of *decay cn every hand.
Naturn bas done its best, and now
For several years ve have
people appreciote a store that 1
To hold our trade, which
our customers, they trade with
merchandise in Pickens county
Our stock of Dry Goods wa's
bought before the last advance
and on a lot of our goods we
can sell you cheaper than we
could buy the same goods to
We want to show every lady
ini the county our line of Dress
Goods. We ought to be able
to please any one whether you
want cheap, medium or high
priced goods. Don't fail to
We have a nice assortment
of Jackets and believe we can
save you money 'if you wvill
give us a chance.
We have also put in a line
of overcoats and if you are
considering buying one it wvill
certainly pay you to see our
4h LarmAer goUe iAnI. WV !h to
gather the golden harvest of his
year's efforte, The first breath of
winter has begun to lay on its hand.
But spring will come again. and na
ture will teem then in life and color
a id spirit in keeping with the season
of awakenidg It ever has been
thus. It ever will be until time is
Money-Making and Money Spending.
This is a money-making age, and
some men are making more than ever
in their liven, but a great majority
are making in their business but very
little surplus above living expenses.
This is true in farietta. When it is
taken into consideration how many
demands are made upon the purse of
the average man, it is a wonder he
holds up in fluances, especially if he
lives in a town or city. By the time
he pays his city taxes, his state taxes,
his county taxes, business license, life
insurance, lodge dues, property inenr.
ance, repairs on property. his eburch
contributions, "his contributions to
various and increasing obaritable peo.
pie and institutions, new enterprises,
to say nothing (,f his family expenses
he must necessarily come to the con
clusion that he must hustle and keep
hustling. or fall into the hands of the
sheriff - -[Marietta (Ga.) Journal.
Dies at the Age of 119 Years.
Lottie Postum, -a negress, died in
Carrollton, Ga , recently, and in her
death the oldest negress in the state
pasfed away. It in well known that
the woman had reached tie adi arced
age of 119 years. She had been a
ward of t'i county since she was 110
years of a te. She is survived by a
son, who is 90 years of age.
"What are the most bloodthirsty
animalt?" a uan asked a taner pf
wild beastP. "Tigera?"
been running our business und
hey can buy the best goods at r
we have been able to do, we are
us because they knowv they are
and give to one and all cordial
Clothinug and Extra Panits
We have not heretofore car
ried cloth~ing but this iall we
are able to show you a good
selection. We can sell you a
suit that wvould sell in large
cities at $18, for $15. Suits
considered a leader at $1 2-50,
~our price $11-50 and so on.
An excellent line of extra
pants, cheap and medium
We have tried many lines of
shoes and find that they will all
wear out. We KNOW we
are selling as GOOD shoes
as can be bought for the
MONEY. We KNOW that
we are offering our shoes
che~iper than any body except
a cash store can afford to sell.
If we were to sell on a credi
it wve would be compelled to
go.,th rough and mark every
pair higher or if we wvere to
give a rebate because a cus
Bright and Sh
A sunburst of bargains in Shoe
dary of limited means, broaden a
HOW TO BUY GOOD SHOI
IYou can't get good shoes just
where. There are lots of poor si
made and some stores must sell t&'
Only the best-at their price is g
enough for us-6r for you if
S Don't take chances-don't sp
late in shoes, our methods are a s
ty of satisfaction.
$lPrice isn't everything though fj
the lowness of ours one might tl
Quality, style and comfort count
fOf these you can get more here
specified price than anywhere
C Your Best Move is ti
Along all lines our stock is con
shapes. comfort shapes, and "betv
We appreciate your calling on
er the One-price Cash System and are
ock-bottom prices without having to as]
proud to say, our goods must be right
geiting value received for their money.
invitation to come and look through ou
tomer bought half-dozen pairs Rtugs
we would have to mark them Ifi
higher. Our shoes are not shades
Imarked with margin enough wve wo
to make any deduction. In se- what v
lecting our shoes we try to buy is beli<
buy the best shoes we can .for our lin
the boys and the best is none please<
too good. We can also show
some of the neatest and dress
iest shoes for gentlemen and We
ladies to be found anywhere. stoves
We have just put in stock stove 1
The White line of furniture that We
is known the country over for how ci
its quality, finish, etc. No one but bo
can afford to buy furniture on had a
the installment plan if he re- guaran
gards dollars and cents any- quickl'
thing. See our line, to get
Trunks anid Bags. well.
We have an excellent line anteed
of trunks, "grips" etc., at most for -.yot
any price, cheap and medium ischool
priced goods. hva
For all the Per
s that will fatten the lean purse, (nk.r;
id dignify the dollar, and brings su.AdiI
:s nZ Our Ah
koes u gThirty-three years ago
em. m McFall established thi
ood V " house.
you . ... During the many years of
-0 o ful merchandising he mac
!cu- . self a reputation for hones
ure- 0 U square dealing that will al
0 =" membered.
om 0 0 Our aim is the same high
Link = ( believe in the straightforw
C- 1 method of dealing with c
for 0 i ers. We want to mak
0 0 friends.
it a C. Q This may be old-fashioned
we 6e0 is one of the good oid fa
# -ft should not be laid aside.
Move in the Direction of this Store
kplete. Styles for everybody. Fashio
reen" shapes. Extended, enduring, ea
pleased more and more each year as w<
c for a reduction in the price.
in quality n price. We have no stri
This fall we have one of the largest si
r stock and see for themselves.
and Wido Shades that will serve
:is rugs or window room, heat irc
you would like to see $4 5.ae
uld be glad to show youCI(
re have to offer. Seeing ,h co
~ving and wvhen you see coityct fai
e you can't help but be 'Corn is excell
I with the goods. bring a ver,
Stoves. With all the I
we predict ni
have a strong line of this fall in Pic]
to offer this tall. If any have laid in
n the home should be dishes, so let
iss it ought to be the for housekeep
hat cooks the meals. Fh
have not tried to see Having lear
ieap we could get stoves the people bu
ught first a stove that cash they e:
good fire back and was good we deci<
teed to cook and heat all grades of
/' and to do that we had tdifferece
one that would draw to note that u
-four times thc
-y stove we sell is guar- when we hanidh
.I you need a heater .f you "'
ir room or church or Ltu
house, see us.- We eggs a
f'ew laundry heaters out.
Ic into your
Mr. W. T.
le for him.
t value and
ways be re
but if so it
see howv the
ngs u.n any of
ocks of general
to heat up a
ns, warm coffee,
water etc., only
crop in this
and prices good.
ent and will also
ens county and
a big lot of
us fix you up
ned that when
y an article for
<pect it to be
led to cut out
flour but the
d after noticing*
we are pleased
ec sell three or
flour we did
dl cheap grades.