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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, February 27, 1908, Image 2

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Is It Your
Own Hair?
Do you pin your hat to your
own hair? Can't do it?
Haven't enough hair? It must
be you do not know Ayer's
Hair Vigor! Here's an intro
duction! May the acquaint
ice result in a heavy growth
rich, thick, glossy hair!
se this splendid hair-food,
op your falling hair, and get
d of your dandruff.
The b.St kind Qt a testimonial
4o64 for over sixty years."
ara aafr 6, on ese.
er SARSAPARILLA.
6 o PILLS.
CIERRY PECTORAL.
Notice to Road Hands.
nu Supervisor and Commissioners
fair notico that every man liable to
I duty will be mada t, work 5 days
the roads if they do not pay their
I tar. Roads wilI be loft in each
)ol distr c to be worked by workers,
not the scrapers, and those who do
pay now cannot pay after but will
equired to work or tw prosecuted.
E. F. LOOPER,
b7-2t Supervisor.
Internal Revenue Service.
District of South Carolina,
Deputv Colluctors Office,
Pickens, S. u , Fib. 21, 1908.
otice is hereby given that the follow
described property having been
ad on the 24th day of February, 1908.
- Brown's Alouitain, in Pirkil ni
aty, S. J., for violation of Sections
and 329t, R. S. U. 8., p-)rties claim
the same must file bond in the ('-AL
r's offlice within thirty days of the
) hereof, or the saine will too forfeL
to the United States: One 1-horse
..on. 1 mule, 1 bet single barneps, 1
shot-gun 2 rifle-gun. - gallons corn
1whisky, seized from: J. C. Wade.
JOHN P. 8'RUGOS, '
f b27-3t Dep. Col. 'd Did. S. C.
Jr 0 ,5
WATCH THE RiNCS
in ulay. See how they glisten
NO wonider they maike thea
ble gifta as w'ell ias the most
'WELRtY D)ISPf2AY
ts of every description.
by biihrthdtay ring.,,
*.agenwna~zt I ings, weQ(diing
it rmt>.g for adlotnnu.ent.
youl tink of tI bug nie Xi
...11an pick it out inow. W dt lay it,
isidle for you until y ou are raon;ly to
take it. 11 SNIDlhtR
feb20tf Eatsley. 8 C.
TIME IS fIONEY
This is just as traio in r'gardt to Sewingi
Machulims a a tnovt hin' ou
Dy3 usling L'iia,..-.. intt b Macineal. no0
nma'ter how waell nuale, you ua- no? ually
tih owing away threet hou- a out of( every
seven.
THEI STAND)AR) POT.U Y SiliU r rLEr
SEWINt.* M tWHINE
Will make 8'O stitches in tha~ same time
Long Shuttle Machines make only 200.
The Standaird Rotary P, in1a ple i. most
sclemuliflially correct. whlichd fat, hat'
been proven by 25i yeiirs of sucecess.fi
is in all parta oft the woural amal by ouri
comipntItois contiinuousely tryinig to co'y
it without succIsa THE~i ST1AND)ARD
BIEST SEWING* SACa-INE. is two
nachin* i~ n onie--Lockc and4 Chain Stttcha
-Unll Bearinga Stanet--traight Au Ie
~' *atic Lift. Do no fai to invesligate
the merits of the F~iatet. Mhost Silent,
Bask at Rutnning and the aoat durablA
8ewlng Machue made, THlE SI'AND).
ARD) 1OTARLY. ' A deonsO~itrationl is
S*evAation." W, ite faor pt'iC. s5n
~tsay Phy ment Plain. Onaranteed Sew
nag Machilnes $12.00 up.
The Standard 8mrd1SlachIne Co..
58 S, Broad St.,.ilanto, Ga~
~ eb20mO
TI
LISTEN! C
Our goods m
the day the car
accomplished?
on OUR ENTI
help and the ki
Again, listen
assortment of
markably low.
your wagons.
One lot of C
money and the
and not over $i
grade. Get a :
One lot of tr
ing. There is
One lot of cc
ever expect to ;
married and ha
Dry Goods, !
Furniture, Pain
Yuo may as
and the rason
We find our s
Now, this is ti
purchasm. Th<
We invite ev<
will la-st ten da
FOR S AFE
UiF DEPOSIT?
LIBERTX
T1heir Safe hasi been taio- iand fourni Bni
This Ban1k hs Burglar l'nsurance, Fro
loso your tuoney.
Libernl In~terest allowed on Timo D,.
you up s-rtisfateoily,
H. C. SHIRLEY, Cashier.
Southiern Short
and( Busii
Atlanta, Ga., also 2
Over 1 5,000 Gradu:
Reoceivesm 12,000 aplicatIins very year for Hie
lstc. An nyerage of two opettings fr every r~tudm
70 typewritIng mnachine:
The Sotathern also4 tiond ietx t..e
ATLANTA SCHOOL
Upon wvhich Iniitution the rathlotds anid teegr mi
tors.
Main Line Wires Ru
W ilte for catalogue. Enter now. The~ S'nth
in the South. A ddres~s,
A. C, BRISCOE, Pres., or V
*SALE!
1.y 28 IA]
iustomers and all who aie interested in home supplie
ast go. If it can be so we expect to make our store r
>enters walked out. Not even a box of sardines to be :
We believe that the tremendous sacrifice of prices tha
RE STOCK will Ilood our large store room t- overflov
ndest treatment to all, we know that much can .be accor
!.and let us'have your confidence, and we promie not
.ood Oak Furniture (not old nor out of style, but new,)
lMlany pieces at actral cost. You MUST pack some
lothing and Extra ParitA that we h:.ve no roofli for at a
goods are yours. These geods range in price from
1 25 shall be- chargye I vou for the best go-ds while $.4
uit qefore the lot i-; picked over and gpne.
unks, good vaus at $1.50 to $5 00, that must go like
no room in our store for them.
ok stoves -.vi I also..give u; their room and place money
Yet married you will need a st.ve and now is your ti-ne
ven't a sove take advantage of this opportunity and m
Shoes. Hats, Crockery, Stoves, Clothing, Dress Good
ts and Oils must give us their room.
:, "Why do Craig Brothers make such a liberal offer?"
is plain. We arienverlfladed-our stock is too large
tock about $t 8,oco above what we want it to be, now,
> fake eal-- and .ve will let you be the judge after you
-se goods, jo-day, will cost us more than we are willing
.rvboly-not on : excpted-to come to this great fea:
is, and you Will be well paid for your trouble.
AT A SACRIFI
MG E 4(
KEEPING
'lE
BANK.
rglar I'1411r.
1ait1. See . . S irle'ty and he wal' f I
TV BANK.Th
Thami Cl
less University
Ltes in P'osiiions
nkkeeper<I, St'lIsi-..traphei~r4. Teoegraph, Operators
ii ntoThiT hioo
/'1 s iooletanlrsus iuiom olg
~T* . AROLD VicCa
*,?.e
'j hi enn h Ntten
SE
10
s. ioc. or 15c. cotton?
oom as empty 'as it was
eft. How shall this be
t we are going to make
ring, and with sufficient.
rplished.
-o betray it: One large
to go at a price re
f this fine furniture on
1-what we want is Our
>6.oo to $15.00' per suit
8o gets the cheapest
the furniture and cloth
in their stead. If you
to buy it; or if you are
ake your wife happy.
s, Blankets, Saddlery,
Thhe answer is simple
-we bought too much.
and you get the benefit.
have come and made a
to sell them to you for.
it of good things, which
s Space
for Coupons.
v'
Freo I &C
00krAID

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