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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, June 11, 1908, Image 2

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Men's Clothing.
350 selected Suits from broken
hutely new styles, cut to fit. Ori
$8.98, $io and $12.50, must go
now at - - . .
In the re-arrangement of stock
more Suits, leaders at $5-00
This lot will now be closed at ..
For the Hol
We have just received a big a
Vaterproof Coats, also a lot of M
$2-50, $3-50, $5.00, $6,5o, and $8.oc
Ladies miedium and po
All regular $3.0j Oxford
2.00 "
Children's and :Ii,;sess
Sandals. Price
--50c. 25c, $1, 1-,1.25, $1.50,
North Main
New Crisp Sp
In Full I
Some people say "these ar
"Hard times" are the best t~i
a little miore thani her m~oml
times inl the world for us to F
more than your money's wor'
to select from--bought sinc
*2t ihn' lowest cash pr
Very L
on all pur chuases in DRY G'
We have everything that
Notions, Hosiery and Under1
a Panama or Voile Dress.
- My prices are. all Special:
You will find me in West .
A. K.
West Eind.ire
an =Henderson
oken Spring and Sunmer Stock
d space compels us to make room f
Men's Trousers.
lines, abso- One big lot men's selected trousers,
inal price, worth $r 50 to $2.oo, to go at
xe find 85 Boy's Knee Pants.
3.98 A1 Qualities, 25c, 39c, 50c, 75c, $1.oo
$;.23 and $1-50.
;sortment of Alpacha and Sicillian Cut prices oh brok
inisters Drabte-ta Coats. Prices, C ut frice hb
close from incomplete Ii
pular price
Ladies White Canvass Oxfords. Ever
s at $2- White Canvass Oxfords $1.00
" 2.1 41" 1.25 ber the b(
" 1.89 4 " 1.50
" 1.00 We s
Barefoot Boys and Girls Rubber Button Our Mot
.7 Canvass Shoes at - - 5oc
Street, - .
r, I
Blast Here.
e hiard times." Suppose they are.
mes mn the world to offer a woman
sy's worth; anid they are the best
rove that, we are giving a little 0
th. We have a big stock for you Hr
e the f'all in prices----..boughit for infa
ice, therefore we are prepa red to at i
ow Prices C
D)ODS andI SHOES this Spring. pa
a Lady will need in Dry Goods, ~~
year, from a 5c. Handkerchief to ^"&
"One Price TO ALL."'~
E~nd, where I have done business weh
Scott La
vill. -be sold at a sacrifice.
r Fall Goods.
Boy's Clothing.
All the new styles in Nobby -Belt Suits,
Norfolk Knickerbockers, Double Breasts, Lit
tle Gent Style, in all qualities, Prices range
From $1,25, $,50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50,
4.00, $5.oo, $6-50, $7-50 and $8.50.
Shoe Sale.
:n stock. Nearly any and all sizes, selected to
' item will be sold just as advertised. Remem.
st sells first, so don't be tee last to come,
ell for crsh,
"Quick Sales and Small. Profits.'
t Company
eenville, S. C.?
ut For Business '
-IS is the time of year~ when, trade is dull and2
tere is not much buying an~d selling, but we
do not know dull days. Our goods and our
-, are two things that help to keep our trade up
goods are the very best that can Ee- bought a
nd our prices are as low as- these same good&
be lejkitimately sold at.
Jentire line is complete-..no broken lot
Cl6thing, Shoes Hats, Dry Goo~ds,a Greiesi
wae,t Furnittire, Buggies, - Wagons, etc., etc., ,
Ctayhng you need can be procured here and
erght prices.
tE to see us,. and) ii you~ have never traded
er goods for lsfmdne than. you have b e
her car of Majestic Flour, the best made, a
per barrel.
king our frie-ids and eustomers for past favors.
>pe to nmerit a continuance of the same.7
nes & Gassaway Bros,~

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