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The Pickens sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1909-1911, February 09, 1911, Image 8

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KISERMS SHOE
and are able to fit y ou regardless of the siz- of your Let.
Meni's Dress 8hoes: Kiser's S)ecial, Bench Mad-, fo
$5.oo. This shoe has all the style you are looking for and its
service can't be beat.
Kiser's King, for $3-.50: We have it in all styles and leath
ers. It can't be beat for long wear and an easy walk.
Kiser Quality, for $3.oo, makes your head swim at first sight.
It is a dandy and you should give it a look before you buy.
Men's Work Shoes: The last few days of sunshine
makes us think that we won't need any more heavy shoes but
look out for February and March. More snow and ice yet to
come, and when it does, you'll wish you had a pair of these.
Our Strong as Steel, fo $3.oo, wears like iron.
Heavy Tan Shoe. for $2.00, all leather and a crack-a.jack.
The old-time Brogan that keep warm feet, but makes life's,
walk hard. Sell you these for only a dollar and a half a pair.
Ladies' Dress and-Work Shoes: We have a large
line and should.be able to fit your feet, fancy and pocket-book.
College Queen, for $3-50: This shoe has -, cloth top and it
certainly is something swell. Made to fit like a glove.
Kiser's Model, for $2.50: 1his shoe is full of style and ser
vice, and, at. the price, cannot be beat for fit, style and comfort.
We have another shoe for $1.75 that looks good~ and will
wear for a while. We won't put an iron clad guarantee on it.
Our Work Shoes for $1-50 in plain and cap toe are good.
Children's Shoes; We have the whole side of our
store lined with Kid's Shoes. One for soc. Lace and But
ton. . This is, a good value. One at 75c,in Tan and Black.
This is all leather and gives good service. We have a better
one for $1.25, with cloth top, that is a peach.
If you, or any of your kids are bare-footed come to see us.
Bring uc all the produce you have for sale and get the best
prices. Yours for Business,
Keowee S upply CO,
C.A.M 93 ..IAeI.2.- Manager
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Green1-vfle So-utl. CarolIina.
FEBRUARY 1ST
We will finish our annual stock-taking. All short lengths
and odds and ends will be placed on the BARGAIN CO.UN
TER. This will mean a big saving to those who can use
these short lengths.
f~Aew pair all wool Blankets at less than cost,
All goods will be marked down to prices that will move them.
We must have the room March 1 st. Now is ysur time1
for Bargains.
A. K. PA RK.
West End. G-reen-Wille0. S- O
"More Goods For Less Money"
ETI WAN FERTILIZERS
Have grown the best crops for
Forty Three Years
Long experience in selecting materia.ls, great care in manu
facturing and conscientious effort in every department have
combined to make them the staidard of excellence.
The success of your crops next Fall depends largely upon
the Fertilizer you use. Insist upon having
Etiwan Brands
THE FERTILIZER OF QUALITY
And be, assured of
Successful. Field Results
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FHE SENTINEL-JOURNAL,
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Now Goin OnZ
eNw Goingh Onmot
Stock of Clothing
which I Carry.
J 1 per cent dis=
3 count
on all CLOTHING-Consisting of
Men's, Boys' and Children's suits
and overcoats. Also on all kinds
of Pants.
While this sale lasts everything
will be sold for SPOT CASIL.
ALL ALTERATIONS FREE.
L. ROT HSCHILD,
"THE TAILOR"~

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