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The Pickens sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1903-1906, November 15, 1905, Image 2

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Thomas Griffin,
Was born inl P'kenQ county. Roub
Oar,.lna on the 28a day of Alarchu
1823, so at his death, near where
lie was born, on the 5th day of No.
veImbelr 1905, his ige waR. ci.hIy two
years, seven mordh a u.- iteen
dayis. BY -oatiou (if kil-inigth Ilh.
yeats Wen1t to moct'f than foure scor.
When ie w1R ,.botlt Iwenty.tdim
3ears of age he was4 It'arrie1I i o 1 Mi "s
Afarthla C. Uimg on the 2&8h o Oc.to
b. 1852 ihop paoqd awny several
yeurs ago. On1y two childr-n sur
vive, Mr-s. E. B bethard -oin of L~b
erty, and W. T.' Giflin who residem
on the Howe placo a few miles northi
of Pickene.
At the call of hik ountry in 1801,
he left his hoppy, proopersn and
peaceful home am a voliteer iii tht.
ua ndleIldthd by Capt.. Robt
Nin~,i~~ s~t fo th . n gimnt I
*k fortunS and ban.6iabis
'gie until the b11nu10-1 (f
n c1a14, Was6 furlled. Theni
lisi grUt- e11gi--4 of minid
I hi" chosen1 put, suit o(i
aUnd b1e was 8OsA .ur
tb peaco an1d plenty and
I i 11 g that. could add
mn of a1 befautiful counltry
prosperity seeml to im
4ith good cheer and he
r lining of the diukest
1way a klowct of strength
imunity lnl a sfe and
e connedlor in : ver('i thing
d its welfare.
A lifo memb-wr of Ke'owi e
79, A. F M., and his
I had from iOnflin church,
by R6V D). WV. Hiott., and
11 laid to Iest by . the offi.
0111emb48 of KeowcL Lodgl,
to the beat1liful nu.1 u
tzmony of the order.
o was covered with beau.
r---the autumn flowers
fy the death of the dying
his denth awatkem the
his love, his ki i inanSg, his
and the joys untuld he
.er hearts. Those are the
vels in his immortal Crown.
us do your
inftino-.
* ~ est shipi
ever before
in the state,
dyfinNew i
>roughly post
*nd mo1'st m'od1
The above s:
friend residii
ihen a forced
and the tradin
the benenit.
READ TI
Line of Fineet Pianos and Organs in
to suit any purvhase,. )
r elebrated Victor Talking Machinrna
All kinds of Classical and -Popular
tion Book.
Violina ranging fronm $2.50 to $40.00.
Ouitars " " 4 00 to 50.00,
BaDj08 4 " 1 75 to 38'00.
'~'~1uden. Mail or<
THING
Always Stand Out with Mon
And in this store you'll find that oir Men' a Ci
the honor. Yu get the best here that yon1 Can g. t An
no better or cheaper than you get at other stores, t'r
would be impossible to do so, anjd such a claim would
But we do chlit that we can save you from 15 to 25 per cent. on ('10ot
SQuality is O
While other dealers talk Pric s we talk QUALITY and PRICES. A man may forget w
Sack Suits, Double and Single lreasted, $7-50 to $.20.00.
Di YOn EVsEG WolF a P
No other Shoes fit like Crossett's. No..other Shoes at the price of Crossett's will give a
pains in showing you-$3-5o and $4.oo.
Hobbs-Henderson Corn
i10-112 North Main Street.
nient of Musical Goods Dire4t from New
JUST ARRIVED AT -
EENVIL LE'S MODE R
JOHN Vi. WILLIAMS, Grand Opera
has such an enormns assortmnent 'of mfusical in r P
but Mr. Wilhianm, being a thorough musicimi ini.
ork andl a')h ad, anid also beinug conn rected fbir~
ed on the best of ever'yting in the music uin ~
er'n andl up-to-dai (~1mstranl ients are t o be foni di ini 1i
BoughtV at a s3acrifice.I
hipmaent of goods was bough~t through w 3e
rog in New York who was on the spot I hese
sale of t hese instruments was madeyu
g public of this vicinity will receive
lE LIST OF SOME THINGS TO BE FOL\ \
the stato. (Ea y terms Manadolins faom) $3 00 to $38 00.
uid suprmlias. Tambo0urine< 50c to $8.00P
hee Mnic nd ustueAuto-Harpa and Z'tbors $8.00 to $12 00.
setMij n lutrcDen~ma and Xylophones.
Acoordeone an d Calliopee 100 to $20.00.
CJoncerti nas.
Fifos and Fliutos 50 to $5.00.
Jews Harps.
Don't Vail to tall and Examine- -Th(
tsol fron ve y houte is absoluteuiy guaranteed to b
to select the goods yourself.n.Wiefrwa uw
J OH N 'H. W IL
SMic House - . Grand C
r
3Promincnce than Others.
u Ml in's Clothing, Shoes aid F3urnishirIgs have
y he fr the Ioney. Some things, however, are
\w.- d m1'W always beat everyboudy'e everythig. It
b' -illply a bsurd.
' los. vie
ir Specialty. A
lat he paid for his clothes, but he will never forget how they fit and how they wore. Men's
Tft Romeet Hose?
gl:>d wear and as much comfort. Our stock is complete and we'll take great pleasure and
panys Busy Bee Hive
Greenville's Cheapest Store.
Yor Ever Rcceived in South Carolina
N USIC HOUSE
House Building.
ti' s of every description been shown by any one
hvng 1 a ght it for years and having spent years
-. ~ 1 n i'bggest music houses in New York city
g~L(e iiroug'h his stock will convince one that the
" a imte of' Peace Prepare for VWar."
>re t he big rush for holiday goods begins and
new good~ are picked over, come in and make
Cie& and .It wvill keep it for you, or you cani
wt hi you, as you like. Nothing is m'ore do*
Ana Priesent than a musical- instrument of
iiboth entertaining and educational.
I MYSORE IN THIS SHIPMENT.
Kaoo 10c each Music Stands.
Ocanos., Piccocos, Tuning Forks.
h< tadof Wire and Gut StrlingN for an is strum-nt
My .Iit, of IHarnilit ~ias or Month H{arps ia 11ho ~Inow * na- to
thbe South, .noaasiia of over' 40 different kindsa,.t
price4 ranging from 5o, fo *l5 00 a' bh I clan show you
st~yIos you cufnnot find outside of Now Yoark Oily.
Prii(es do the Rest.
lhe 'vely la -1 fo r thIe money -sat sf e ioni or money
nil. Ord wv. itteu, ii W'iL !e f 10 1 .s carefulya
LIAMs
),era House Building, Creenville. S. C,

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