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The Pickens sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1903-1906, November 22, 1905, Image 5

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Always Si
And in this stoi'e you'll find thm
he honor. You get the best here t
Ybt ,r or cheaper tlau yOU get
OUld be impossible to do so, and si
hlut we (10 dclaill tiat wIe call save you fronti 11
4 Quali
Whil ,ther dealers tal!:k Pric s we talk QUALITY and
.ck Suits, Double and Single Breasted, $7.50 to $20.00.
lBVYe ElsE
No other Shoes fit like Crossett's. No other Shoes at tI
ains in showing you-$3-5o and $4.00.
Hobbs-Hen
10-112 North 'Main Street.
FATHER~S
DUTY_
siel",weU rran t**-n.an
an bue waea eli al
-ba k.idnhys e n y
ainsWothekinysHa
youen arwomancgots .n.
highty boloredatTheeein-.
sure sists uponiineyodissase
Get welleeyttingsg
cure.Calloanddletluablhow
wesa, etyou o welw a
?~ oaseplease oyoseof oneth
4Womanm's.Ha
to have a good hin
mong them arethe reom en abeildstleSeh:h
ey llkise YOf rpwO ri th~e jw yhe
H. NNIDrenv.. _. C.e
INGS IN
:and Out with More Prominence th
it our Men's and Young Men's Clot
hat you can get anywhere for the n
-IL other stores, for we don't always
ich a claim would be simply absnn
i to 25 per( (ent. on Clothing, shoes, etc.
ty is Our Spec
PRICES. A man may forget what he paid for his clothes, buI
wli a Pali of Oru
e price of Crossett's will give as good wear and as much comn
lerson Company's Bus'
Blind Headache
"About a year ago," writes Mrs. Mattie Allen, of
1123 Broadway, Augusta, Ga., "1 suffered with blind sick
headaches and backaches, and could get no relief until I tried
"OE C ARDUI
A Non-Intoxicating Female Tonic
.r Iimediately' commenced to improve, and now I feel
like a new woman, and wish to recommend It to
all sick women, for I know that it will cure
them as it did me.''
Cardui is a pure, medicinal extract of IT
vegetable herbs, which relieves female FRELY
pains, regulates female functions, FREELY
tones up female organs to a sinr key, 'an e dri'
proper state of health. Try ~lul
it for your trouble. ~ wu uaa.It fre ud i o
Every druggist sells pae A ilore
It in $e.Add.coLalbottles. yo I
ON THE RIGHT LINE
The better class of people appreciate GoodI Quality, Good Treat
nent and Right Methods. Of this I am more convinlcrd every day.
My Buuineess is run 0on these principles and is growing rapidly.
I am especially pleased with the growth of my trade My custom
ra KNOW that I handle only the BEST
Dry Goods,
Groceries
and Shoes,
snd that every transeaction is on tlhe Satisfaction Guaranteed lan.
Buy your Supplies of me and be convmnced.
* YOURS TO PLE ASE,
R. R. ROA RK.
As8
an Others.
hing, Shoes and I
Lonley. Some thin
heat everybody e1
1.
ialty.
:he will never forget how they f
5eeet SIJoe
ort. Our stock is complete and
(Bee Hive
Greenville
enmn a blessing to others. Whbile
I i n.raol rejoicinIg t hroughout
I g es . Wh ~larton,
r . ' ib Oi 0phonn11ue,
..Ib. r e* - I I.... .4 m
w iib.
ton'm1There, is no dain - in the
farmiers get tinig till onehwl for c'ott on
themti go to~ thy -ll same pricid . .
follow. d hv eve*rv th.. in si, ,,..
der the sull - igettomi all the truimeh
will bea-, that is all they cani The
more money the r..rm ra cani g't bet
ter off' ever bo y lse wdi' he.
Suon Lost Mo her.
"Consumption runs in our family,
and thirouigh it ILost8 my mother,'' wrire'~
E. B. Reid (of Harmony, M~e. "For the
past five years, however, on the shlgh tes,
sign of a Congh or Cold, I have tiiken
Dr. King's Ne w Discovery for' (< nanmp
tion. whui hais slav'ed me from, serious
lung trouble." His mother's <.i athi was
a sad loss for Mr. Reid, but he learned
that lung tronblhe must- not he neglocted1
and1( how 14) cure it. (?ucok I relief anid
cnre for conghs ' nd cohl s. Price ~50e
and $1 .00. guarainteedi at P'icen D.rug
Trial bottle free.
Say
All you horny handedl oon e, of
toil, who cultivate the stubborn
soil, you are requesten by your
brethren all over Djixie to meet at
your respective votinig precinicts on
Saturday the 2d (lay of December
next, anid elect a presidoent, sec
retary and1 treasurer for your re
spective townships. Also to elect
two or three dlolegates to mewet at
Pijckenis Court IHouse on) the 9thi of 1:
Docember to elect a county presi- n
(dent, scoretary and treasurer for ii
tihe Southern ( otton, Growers asso0- ci
ciation. Jebs TP. Lewis. L
T OR E
{'urnish ings have
gs, however, are
1 everything. It
t and how they wore. Mien's
H?.
wve'll take great pleasure anid
's Cheapest Store.
lJ~sHED EVan RYVEDNEIIDAY MORININo.
The Sentinel-3ournal Company.
TuOMPsON & RICHEMY, Pnors.
-I- I. (i. '! il'M PSON, EDi-ronl.
Subs~cription1 $1.00 Per Annum.
Ad vertisli ng Rigtea Reasonable.
.titered at Plckena P'ostoince an second Class
Mail Matter
PICK ENS, S. C.
We'dnesdIay. Nayember~i W,? 1905.
Thanksgiving Day and Epworth
Orphanage.
- b r '. 3 th )1 has he.., ap.
T'Il- dsov i'i h)o a daiy of
* i 'yi ivr throln2h ut th)0eicontry.
I n h ('uroli thle' ario mnny
w h i Ia i~ cig) ithe
healthi and (1strengl h have beeun pre
cious1 in II is sighlt, alnd the blessings
oif uhae ha&-iIIve ben~ti 'pon t Iheir
hiomesi~ andli Iheir business8 undertalk
inigs. They10 will be pilete to give
suiiitale exp)I~ois of their grat iitude
to (God for I fil goodness8~ to them.
This cantl best L-e don byw1 aiding His
poorl), liifortuinato and sorrowinig ones.
He iay~, "Ianasmuch as y'o have done
it unto the lOillt of theso miy bioeth
ren, ic have dino it uinto me." 'lho
dependentl , hiomneless orphansri are
dlear' to His8 great, loving heart, and
trois nothing, perhaps that wo
2001,1i do for Hlimi thait would pleaso8
Ilim more than care' for these little
>nos8.
O) z TIhankisgiving Ilet tho orphans
yo specially Ioreebored, lot arange.
oents be made in overy community,
5y which t ho mnore fortunate can
hiow.their' gratitude to Gad by help.
ig the fathjerles and (loll' ndent. By
>ntributing oif our miueansa on their
ebaif we hnunew onei To,.a ..a L..

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