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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, May 28, 1908, Image 8

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The Only
Strictly Cash Store
Upper Cafolina
In the march of progre
Following the greatest week
month in this vast store. W<
derful values in high class set
the utmost. We take it as a
S price, and the people do the i
each department carefully an
that you will find on sale dail
This being our first season in the Mill
nery business we spared no pains or ex
pense in making this department most
attractive and successful. A visit to our
show room will suffice.
In every sense we have avoided the
com monp! ace, from the stiffy trimmed
sailors and extremely small turbans, to the
big dressy affairs with their rare and deli
cate trinmming of Rose Mountain Pompons
and ureathes, Wavy Aigrettes, and Para
dise Plumes. Remember that in making
our selection here this week for your
summ -r hat, lies the most harmonious
rcs ihis.
T'I:rry Widow" Trimmed Sailors and
"Merrv Widow" unt.-immed shapes, worth
1 to $2.5o, at 98c.
Eviiiisitely Trimmed Pattern Hats in
very 1htest styles, worth up to $12.50, this
l'ine line of Children's Sailors, worth
l y r, pecil sale makes the price 4oc
250 Voile Skirts, in black, blue an<
brown, worth $7,50, for $5-.
200) White Lawn Shirt Waists, beauti
hully made, with wide insertion bands
worth $r .5C, special, 98c.
lot Whlite Linene Wash Skirts, $1.98
i lot Black Taffeta Silk Underskirts, thi
$5 quality, at $3-98.
Shoes for Every
This department is brim full of all tl1
new shapes and styles that go to make u
the greatest assortment in the city.
Our Motto: "C
North Main St.
, E
sco T co
ss we have launched the greatest d
in the his:or'y of GreenViIle's selling.
now propose even greater results bi
isonable nercmhandise Thne past w4
n endorsement of our policy-deliver
-est. We cordially invite you to visi
d see for yourself. 13elow we name
. p ingSu fs Weaescodt on o
- 50t wo- p viee its ig frou34tos4
75 Sits ll eafl tlod. an
mader nofTiag wresi thneu new
- 2p5n Suits. ffie Carshmerend tonnelfo
sXiet bf k-le and bet sa ps, fo rth nieupe
an t h 0 ,spa at...............-----..$.00
e mad of Umrcllaisd Paagn the
teen Tan, Bronutr Grayc,2c
uick Saes & f r Cash alne
SCOT Sle fo CsO
You Can BuyW
Hltee For Less
Because we
sell for Cash
epartmenit store in the state.
'T'he celebratiou of our first
r offering even more wondei -
ek taxed our sales force to
the quality al the lowest
t our new store, go through
a few of the many bargains
Dry Goods Dept.
25 pieces Fancy Silks 19 and 21 inches
wide, worLh 65 and 72C, to go at 49c.
20 pieces Susine Silk, all colors, width
27 inches, special 47 1-2 c.
i lot Jap Silk, width 27 and 30 in., 49c.
i lot China Silk, beautiful for waist and
dresses, 27 inches wide, 49--..
500 yards Black Tafleta, guaranteed to
wear perfect, 98c.
i lot Mohair, 52 inches wide, regular
75c quality, blue, brown, red, black, 49c.
i case 40 inch White Lawn, reat 1 5c
values, special, ioc.
5oo pairs Sheets, 72X90, 49c each.
i lot Vile, all colors and black. Extra
quality 25 pieces White Waistings, Ioc.
i Case Solid Colored Chambrys, 8c.
i Case Fancy Gingham, 5c.
2,000 yardo Poe Mill Bleaching, 6c.
Men's Furnishings at
Special Prices.
50 dozen Monarch and Cluett Peabody
Shirts, sold ev'erywhere at $i-50, special
price this week, $i .oo.
35 dozen Garland and Imperial brand A
Shirts, worth 1.00, special, 49c.
Full line Men's 11alf [lose specially
p~ricedl at io to 5oc.
Meni's, Ladies and
Childreni's Shoes.
Men's black, tan andc Patent Leather Ox
fords in all the new sp)ring shapes, priced
from 2.50 to 4.00.
Ladies Gibson Ties, Russian Sailor Bu?
tons, Patton Sailor Buttens, Russian
Pumps, Brown Oxfords, Satin ~lies, priced .
from z -50 to 3.50.
Children's one and two strap Sandals,
at 98c, 1-25 and i-5o.
ndi Snmall Profits."
Greenville, S. C.

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