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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, December 24, 1908, Image 2

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From Any Stat ion with
to do their trading in the cit3
Ask for Rebate Book at the I
China, ,lass, Crockery, etc.
Gilreath-Durham Co.
Cloehing, Gent's Furnishings, etc.
R. Endel. J. 0. Jones & Co.
L, Rothschild. Smith & Bristow.
Greenviile Clething and Shoe Co.
Dry Goods, Notions, etc.
J. Thos. Arnold Co. Hobbs-Henderson Co.
Barr's Dry Goods. W. R. McAlister.
R. L. R. Bentz. Maxwell-David Co.
Buchanan-Scott Co. C. D. Stradley Co.
H. H. Griffin.
Here is the plan by wl
The retail mrchants of Greenville are proud of tl
Ience this offer. Those living within forty miles of
may be bought at any time within three months fron
suit your convenience, but when the full amount of $2
$you live within f_r1y miles of Greenville. Those com
Note speciall that the total amount noed riot be sr
plan is simple. Just ask for a rebate -book at the fme
enter the amouuts in this book. When the total of A
fare for one tri: will be refunded to you.
The Retail Xerchant Association guaran-tees to ea
If the plan is not fully understood, for further f
and Washington streets, Greenville, S. C.
rrom Now Till Jamn
everything mentioned, lIt is 1
goods, and will be a treat to t
and have the whole of wantei
make such prices~ and turn
them over another season.
Men's Work & Dress C
soc. Work Gloves, sells at 50c. a pair, for 36c. Dc
OVERCOATS. We hve e Ov
hunting and horse-swapping, or rainy days, sells re
Scr*p Bundles for QuiIts.-We have about 5c
x lot Misses' Kangaroo Shoes, r
~EU~P~W To close out for $1.25- i lot 15<
insmali'sizes, 3 to 4's, ranging in price $r.00 to $2.
$3.50, for $2.60. Dress Shoes for Men. We are
Dress Shoes tha t will interest you. Pattern Leath<
~nd $2-75- i lot A. G. Hynd's soft every-day Shoe
'ay feel sure that the mniddle-maja's profit has beern
> U RN ITU RE. A few;"ore ofth
FIR&mDOOS.-Don't bse rock or brick when you
SOnt' fa:il to mane nnu. .C
in 40 miles on -any Railro
r where they get the benefit of t
of merchandise from which to <
ollowing Stores, all of whbm a
Drugs, etc.
Carpenter Bros. J. W. Harrison.
Bruee-Doster Drug Co.
- Furniture, etc.
L. A. James. Symmes-Browning'Co.
E. S. Poole. Busby & Wood.
Bradham Bros. A. A. Pearson Co.
J. A. Bull Co. M. B. Leach.
Hardware, Stoves, Wagons, etc.
Markley Hardware and Manufacturing Co.
R. N. Tannahill Co.
]enville and Rett.
ieir stores and sure of making it profitable for you to deal
Greenville can have thwir round trip railroad fare refund
date of the first purchase. You will not have to buy the
.5 or more has been bourht a cash rebate for the price of y
Ing from stations ovoi 40ihiles and under 80 miles from (
ient with one sfore. You can buy from any of the above F
;t store on the above list from which you make a purchaE
;hePutchase reaches $25, 1bring or; send your book to the s
ch customer the fulfillment of this proposition. The me]
iformation address JOHN WOOD, Secretary, at office of t
iary 1st, 1909, 0o1 tI.r
Sgoing to mn
;rue that snlowis the ver-y heart<
he buying public to secure su
-'to use them. We realize the i
the goods into cash, even at ~a
LOVEIS. OoodBuckskin Heavy Work GI
, * out at 73c. Nicely Dressed KidG
n't miss this opportunity o-1 Gloves, as we mean to ma
ercoats left that we certainly can save you money on
--Proof Coat, well worth $4.0o, will be closed out at $2.
ular for $2.75 per suit, to close out, $1.98 suit.
rn a hurry, k;ut have several Suits left that it will pay yo
iade on Men's Pants 'till January 1st
Serap Bundles, good values for $i.oo, but will put ti
3 to 2's, worth $1425- Will be closed out at 98c.i
pairs Ladies' Dress Shoes, well worth $1-35. Will b
6o. Good values if they fit you. One lot heavy W
omng to put in a speclalty line of Men's Dress Shoes,
:r, Gun Metal and Box Cal f. i lot Field and Farm D
s, regolar price $2.25 and $2.50, will close out for $1 -
cut out.
se good Oak Dressers that are made of well-seasone
E .-Weare making some interesting prices on Plat
can get a nice set of Dog Irons for 35c.
ore your headquarters 'during
ad leadipg-into the City
;he Lowest Prices and a wide
re menibers of the Merchants
House Furnishings, Rugs, etc.
John M. Waddill & Son,
Lumber, Building Supplies, Paint, etc.
Morgan and Austin. Oregon Lumber Co.
Millinery, etc.
Williams Millinery Co.
Novelties, Toys, etc.
-The Ayers Co.
Shoes, etc.
American Shoe Co. Hnmphrey-Childers Co.
F. L. Mathis. Henderson-Asnmore Co.
with them. They want to make your acqu'aintance..
ed on a purchase of $25 worth of goods. This amount
whole amount at one time. You can divide it up and.
our ticket for the last trip will be lianded you provided
Ireenville will be paid railroad fare for one way.
itores, scatter the $25 worth among all if you like. The
te. As you make your purchases each.merchant will
ecretary and the amount of your round trip railrcad.
Abors are firins of the very highest reputation.
le Association over Smith and Bristow, corner of Main
cles mentioned below we are
ake prices that should move
of the buying season for suchi
.ch goods at such low prices
:act that it is better for us t&
loss, than to hold them over
ves, sells everywhere for $r.oo per pair, to close.
ioves, seil regular at $[ per pair: for 68c. Heavy
~ke o clean sweep of them.
We don't want one of them left Xms eve night'
98. Water-Proof Suits, suitable for wood hauling,
u to see before you buy. 'Special prices have beenk
tem in at 98c.
lot Ladies' Every-Day-Shoes, regular price $r ,75.
e sold for 98c. per pair. i lot Ladies' Fine Shoes
inter Shoes for Men, (Peter's All-For-*ear), worth.
and will make prices on our entire stock of' Men's
eep Water Shoes, worth $3.00 to $3 50, now$25
75- If you purchase a,.pair of the above Shoes you
:1 timber and put together to stay, to close opit at a.
.s, and few of us have too many.
the balance of the y( iP

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