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E SENTINI JOURNA.
Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickons, 8. 0.. as second olaMa matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879.
VQL, XXVIL ICZLdI, QUTH CRMLINA, TIHORDAY APALI 30 1000
R. C. RO
1lave bought stock of goods f
in Hoyle building, and am con
The very best full p itent Fl
barrel; and as an extra inducet
'vill give you 8lbs of the very 1
.Best quality yard-wide sheet
A nice line of Shoes, bough1
I thank the public for the lib
-extend a Cordial invitation to
-of REAL BARGAINS.
R. C. 1
*'T H andle all kinds of Cou
- -- IN
Their Safe has been tried and found B
This Bank has Blurglar Imurance, Fir
loso your money.
Litevial hI.teiewt allowcd on T.'me P
-.i cu up ith factorily,
1I. C. SH IR LEY, Cashier.
Atlanta, Ga., also
Over ;5,ooo Gradt
Eenaives 12.(X0 al i liecticns every yar for I
-.'e. An average of two o1 enings for cvety stu
70 typewriting machin
jbt? Rotthern also conduetis tho
Ujlon whieb intibttution) the ratlzoads and telegr.
Main Line Wires R1
Writ e for leatalogno. Enter now. The Sout
f(a the South.. Addres,
A. C, BRISCOE, Pres., or i
Thiese are two things we all
I am runiang a Fancy Groc<
B Jiscuit Cols. Goods, Ice-Cold T
etc., etc ,) adr( dirst-class Restau
All the delica,cies of the
My sto,kpf1 .Facy G~iocerie!
pectfully ask lor .a share of you
ht. Q. P
Liberty, S.- C.
)rmerly carried by R. H. Crane,
stantly adding to this stock.
our on the market at $5.65 per
nent to get some of your trade,
>est i 5c. coffee for $r .oo.
ing at 64c. the yard.
last fall to go at a reduction.
eral patronage given me and
all to call on me when in search
Liberty, S C
ntry Produce for cash or barter.
Insurance, Cashier Bonded, so ycu can't
1:<sits. See H. C. Shirley and he will fix
Albany, Ga. Branch
ates in Positions
cokkeepers, Stenographers. Telegiaph Ojerntors
lent that attends the Southern.
s, the a"rgest collection of ly ewriters owned
by any concerni In the Sou th.
iph companios are constantly calling for opera
.in into This Sclhool.
htern Is the oldest and largest liusiness College
AT. L. ARNOLD, Vice-Pres.
:ry (Canned Goods, N1ational
prinks, Cigars, Tobacco, Fruits,
rant in connection, with
season Served in Style.
is pretty complete and I rss
r trade. Respectfully,
New Crisp Spring
In Full Bla
Some people say " these are hard
"Hardtines" are the best times in
a little more than her money's wo
times in the world for us to prove t
moi-e than your money's worth. IN
to select from--bought since the
CASH at the lowest cash price, the
on all purichases in DRY G)OODS
We have everythiing that a Lad
Notions, Hosiery and Underwear, fi
a Pamia or Voile Dress,
My prices are all Special: "One
You will find me in West End,.N
for EIGHTEEN YEARS.
A. K. P
West End- Greera~i11:
To the Readers of The Sen
The merchants of Pickens can boycott their own
we wish to say to the trading public that the NORRIS
buys goods to sell and not to lie on the shelves of th
No old goods on hand.
Low Prices, Honest Weights and Fair Dealing is
Ballard's Obelisk Flour at $53 per barrel.
Two boxes of Shells for 75c.
Everything else in propoi tion.
Our Millinery Department is complete. Ladies<
Satisfaction guaranteed or money back it you wa
All kinds of country produce taken.
It will pay those living at a distance to comec her<
Come one, come all, Youw
I. D. R
NOR IS, SOUT H 4
Dry Goodsl .....
times." Suppose they are.
the world to offer a woman
rth; and they are the best
liat we are giving a, little
'e have a big stock for you.
fill in prices-bought for
refore we are prepared to
and SHOES this Spring.
y will need in Dry Goods,
om1 a). 5c, Ilaidkerchief to
Price ro ALT4"
here I have done business
ti nel-J ou'rnal
town paper if they wish, but-right here
BA RGAIN HOUSE, at Norris, S. C.,
Prices move goods,
ordjally invited to inspect our stock.
.Near Norris depot,
for what they want.
's for business,