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The goods that we saved
Parson old stand, across t
business, and we invi'te our
These goods, consisting
Men's Suits, Ne
Belts, Hat.
Are Being O1er<
and all goods not sold by S
that day at auction, beginni
We have some New R<
sold at factory prices.
All persons owing us on
same on or by the 3oth inst
no safe in which to keep ou
our accounts. We need tI
help us at once.
We wish to thank you, o
be ready to serve you agair
Yoi
CHAPMAN & CA.
Will Our Customer
That is the questic
store. When we buy
qualities and make p
ourselves. The pleas
object to be attained.
let us know and we w
The Busiest Man i
Always has time to
advantage of them.
and business capacity,
tion that makes him tl
Yourself?
See us for anything ir
can and will save you
LIBERTY HARD)
Comie to I
I want your trade bad e
order to get cpportunity t
to do your trading and to <
I am at the Cooley Y
have a splendcid lkne of
DRY GOODS, N0'
See the quality of my go
beat them, do so.
Liberty wants your trade
enough to advertise for it,
deed." The Sentinel-Jou
need."
Come see me, buy of me
if you buy elsewhere.bui
hea-dquarters while in towi
Yo
Front Street
*1 Restaurant
Fa
These are two things we
I am running a Fancy G
Biscuit Co's. Goods, Ice-Co
etc., etc ,) and first-class Re
meals a
All the delicacies of
My stock of Fancy Groc<
*1 ~ pectfully ask for a share of
1-1.0.1
DN SALEI
from the fire are now in the \V. S.
lie street from our former place of
friends to call there to see us.
of
:k' -ear, Suspenders,
s, Slippers, Etc.
Id at a Sacrifice Pir ice
aturday, May 30th, will be sold on
g at 2 o'clock, p. m. -
)yal Sewing Machines that will be
open account are requested to pay
. or close same by note. We have
r books and therefore want to close
ie money and hope our friends will
ne and all, for the past and hope to
k in the fall.
irs truly,
IL AHAM, Liberty, S. C.
3 be Pleased?
n that decides all arguments in our
and when we sell, when we select
rices, that is the question we ask
ing of our customers is the first
It anything does not please )ou,
ill make it right.
t Town
keep tab on our bargains and take
[hat's because of his shrewdness
That's the result of the disposi
ic busiest man in town. How about '
our line and get our prices. We
money. '1
WARE CO., Liberty, S. C. |
TO TRADE
iough to buy space in this palper in
Sinvite you to come to Liberty
:ome to me for some of your goods. 01
oung stand, on Foont stseet, and 0
'IONS ad GROCERIES.
ods, get my pricess, and if you can
,and I ,appreciate your patronageP
"A friend in need is a frieud in
rnal and I are both "friends in 0:
if my prices and goods suit y'ou ;
:, anyhiow-make my store your
ars for a trade,
NILLA R D
Liberty, S. C. "
H.
rncy groceries.
all hunt sometimes.,
rocery (Canned Goods, National Ii
ld Drinks, Cigars, Tobacco, Fruits, N,
staurant in connection, with .f
t all hours. 3
the season Served in Style. up
Cat
:ries is pretty eomplete and I res.
your trade. Respectfully, w
P~owe rs, r
Ceta, .C
Jus
sig
cai
h
ar
GRE
WHERE
A Certain Cure for Aching Feet
Allens Foort-T'.n, n owed,. ( rpj
ired, A +bine, '-w -.1ome_. lSw Ilen I.00
nimpl - sti FEE, a > S t m) ie tIof rI
SE SANITA)IY () : X'A D. ;I it w irevt r
m. Ad are A .j n i ..s --a!). L<
>y, N. Y. n1)' v4.
Here is Relief for Women.
If 'oun hae p -in, ini! Ithbck, Urnan
.1 D 1i der or iid w' 1cI at, le, ai1 wtc,
erni. ?r .h pg':..: enefo o
F. b - ' a, .l -r! i0:2 's . .. C
hat....pr 5 - . , 'M-- - . -A 1. 1 IC
:'a.-. r R. . f k h a .~ 'I'h
A h,-r " ' .!- N Y . 4
M. C. LONG,
At toiiy -at-Law
JPf Po0oI0.8, Aid6rSoW, 8, (
[LL '.
actice in all Courts Ia Scuuth Caro!im~
J, L VALLEY,
hysICIall alnd Surgeon1,
Nce Hous 10 to I2-~2 10o4
I J McSWAIN
ireenville, S. C.
.Le Stat .. oa Sout h ari: a.
* .ri 'n of h'ick.. -s.
-~ .l. . '-' w .ir. Pt *.l-m e J,.,; .
n ri ~. . i'. V .c hi.., tef,aa i
in-- tob motfh hirln lrier*. of .A a. Ii.
11n0n *'h the E--tnsie c'roa . f* e'm ' f Wv.
1-h i e h ef-re, p to cite and ad
ii: .hi ail :mdi~ sir gi'ar 'in k indr--d :andt
-dtra f the i.,ii' W.' [1. R,.id, de-ci'ae
.t h;,. in , hii :. d ajppeiar be'fore~ mesf. in
- *'our t . *f I-r-a-ati t be Ih l ld ait Pick
a o Oih 11; t day ot' May, 19 -M, n xt
e'r putblic it 0 hier.-f t 11 II'4ciock ini
Sfor m-'..u. tot ~lso a~ i1u-as if any thu-v
ve., n bay tht- sid Ashuninistratili
mid to: hi. granite..
'iv-en ni d.-r my, han id this.7th - day
J1 P. Nh:- fItY. J. P. P..
t.GENT W A NTEI i;-16l x 20 crnyonar
tra-ss 40 cai.tst, framii -4 1i (cea.tq iad
,he i.icftnres e e' i. *eh. Ys u
inn k.- 4.1 p~ -r ce . ;..1fa or $34.nis
we-.k t'.tniho u' and1 .S aih a fr(eae.
'i'avIler sI .. (Cienjun, 11 apr9w4.
on S.or.-17 hnerosa, origiu-ml forest,
miles north i-f Pickaus, $30O an aore';
wcrea went of Woodaill .oiuntain,. 10
's branch bottom, bailaneon in timber,
to $10 artre, cseh (1.8a. E. F. KIT.ir
F. D.,, No. 4, Pickens, 8. C.
The handsomesi
Twpiec Suils&
These -goods comprise styles an
rns, and are made u) from the l
i be manufactured at the prices.
The Big
,ire, Smoke, a
Sale
DO NOT F
That EVERYTI
trictly Cashmm
We have also rcceived our full liI
SUMMER
d odd pants, and many childish h4
ndsome and stylish garments for th
Trading Stamps Giyt
THSC
ENVILLE, S.
'OU GET THA
FOR SAFE
I& D)EPOSIT *Y
--- IN T
IBERTY
The10i Sfe Jus bien tried and found Burg
T'.is Uih s lioreIlar haurl9 ce, pirc Ir.
->se youIr . j monI
Il.eal Jtt a et ))owed on 1T-. it~ r
S tI up s atitfa:ctorily,
THE LIBEfRi
I j. <'. SIRLEX.Cahir
~CEN ThAL ROLL
Hads on hand several cars oIf Hulh
Cotton SedMeal $1-50 per sa<
Cotton Seed Hulls (, Soc. per)
Seventy-five barrels of GOOD)
Every sack guarankeed.
I CENTRAL ROLLEi
What They Say
Firt.t I wunt to say I amn ~us ig this spac -
o'~~f EnIiig at tryn in to my jfinfals ands.,
1hen - I.]t -icex I alwua hiave the goo
Sr<- iist. S m- .'~ mlirht sayV I 'ce1nnoIt 8
b ut s~ pit.t n hat I rN # doting anid'it is clean .
t.~ I eu~t'0 "-i- if it is, tha' donI't hurt
uil e tt read~y t. (huit it. Yo knowv it stellc
01n at /'u save. 1--on't to-k for k-is than 1
.1 . in, They ioay imay I canm't sell a flne -u n
H jit whate I am ,1iin atite :s worth 10 - 0I
I.urthl, Os,b rq linnyi sly thera is water in ti
tvant to~ say I didnJ~'t putt it th, re'; I buy frorr
JOlbsi b--snt keg Sotia for 25c - 211bs for oc.
bftb n IPthers L1 a sug r lhas gone~
1 hut Ililig Ii h le e t to muerit. your t.]
T. D. H A
E'DI
line of
d patterns of the latest de
est qualities of material that
ad Damage
Prices are still prevailing.
ORGET
IING is
No Credit.
rie of Children's Spring and
SUITS
!arts are made glad by these
,e little folks.
a This Week.
HIL D
C.
E VALUE.
KEEPING
OUR MONEY!
BANK.
ar P'rooff. .
su1 anice, CM -i(c Foridt 0, so yc1 ua't
is. &c 11. C. Mbirh. y and he n il1 fix
N BANK.
ER MILL CO.
and Cotton Sced Meal.
:k.
iundred pounds.
FILOUR at & 9 per barrel.
Come at on1ce.
MILL COMPANY,
LSSA WAY. President.
Rbout Harris.
in The Senftinel-Journal for the pur
Iimes I shall qJuote some p)rices
1s andl if you can tio better it is your
sid jttr e. It ma n ) he ir tat ti j
nut. and I tarop )we to sell it at 100.
at 24 . to 8;. e very where. Figure
cir dtc src at Ii, a plug, but that y
e l thuat I &ull at 15e hut if there Is
the same tank others do.
up. - W,,JI, it ibaa, 'but by close clip
ade and sixpect to get a part of it, it
produLce.
LRRIS.

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