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30years, has borna .h"1 nnnr0o and lbas been~i wnvonne his Per sona suervsian in fl S !inf 'ny. Allow no ono >dcie o ncas fitations and. "I Juist-as-good" atre but-; trifle wit h a il endlanter the health Of, ren-Experience againist Eprmni Is CASkOTOR% A nless substitute for Castor 011, Pare.. sons M~y -Soothiing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It6 111ontains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures ]DIarrheon and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cutres 1.onstipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomachi and Bowels, giving hecalthy and natutral sleep. The Children's Panaeat-The Mlother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA AWAif 'Bears the Signature of The Kind You Huave Alway Bought In .Use For Over 30 Years. Twe acENAUv4 CO fw i '?MURRAv enrv, NIEW YORK CITY. South Carolina College 1805-1905 Pour Schools: Arts, Law, Sciences and Teach ers System of Wide Eleteion Expenses Moderate. Opens September 27, 1905. BENJAMIN SLOAN, Piriesident. stove ne coughb andCA !Monza lunga PUDWSHED EVERY wEDINESDAY MlOlNINo. it mdBg -- hot .I. * ils~su itut t'or Cas t OI1 bmPa or The Sentinel-Journal Company. mpsonc Nolier tarcle . TnoMrsON & RICHE1Y. PIMouooN:1rs.o~ ee. ('eal il J.bst.nc. iT gN is-rson. aran1 It destroys Wo ColscIt rliev0 P er num. ulecrs ~mstpt Stomch nd owel, ,vi hty sand hagtsu srablesub The Chilsren'sePanace-Thoe watter'sagrirna eastesogatone whoef eieepi Th idYuIand Alwarogy Bougthue So ta ove dwihnin C olegoelien sFour ochoolsl:eAoven Entre a Pikes ostie s c class MaandMeacher Exenes Sepodnerat0, O1905.eme 2,i95 Concert at SLOANedrSchool. Therenil-Joalpaompciany givten het~l C eieepi ino tho w''ckeoldGfeet. (ceon, audi THom, Friday HE eveing etomberu~di o'i&I ydid hue 29h-o h beei of the)Iliiii it gradedlic j te The prora 0. ill Sonsito v oal Iwt iL ioctlu rlnn oftems taene Amusicia"nAsicin kluth arlina. 1otfI aditiond iuto hisa cUapc it theorigin a l Mcs ftter w rl' gretes_ singerstabwilr btedfprraduced byPneof the largest phngahoW soeo h eynwo the subhimego theilidiyuour, anldsn Terl e lloed to giao rawaya with-~lj oit~,voUa in av the oroukns ghly~ Schole d the.- ''~ evoing. Frybdy nist cordill( Chain-st Txs 2Mh or th and t ofnkd teraddsixtyISt~ii, yea rs o ra suffer froms ofne voald li )11hI~( a.Ali badd disrdernt, usul erly 3 cuag~eto winhtA iittMttgie, of tpr ost t lnd Thi s ia p in 1Cttui ~hrpiis oTu( ut andt dagrolina an d ioKine tCtare iiti~et iilitun b Ienl shdbe r aena hoie frth in ordn. ilt~~'ttmBetloiea ral gresit conrrts ill egu r od ceda has icu rt byre an okf then ares thosogiaps.~ l low50)Oe5 11 the sRbliey Butotri Rock ot, Mo.,~)p rhao -l wis. e alloffeed t gonlawga pros- ~ ii~11 o~itoarllgIil ott gaing andokindnly trobed tor years ha or ikesredb aniter takingSitwoI botrle. of Foley'es Kiny -reIfe bete 20thanab I havot i i L, n fo teny yPa Sixtyog Ii inmnw9 years ofd g Buffenr frg Coe at bPadder&0 H.odes Au.2all eaorgntd o iny ndfide ih to pr: tee aglaind aThi Pies othe 1stful and y Salgeo sadFy) Oct. 2 to rveIIt rsold-of ctan citfrtesno a nd i inr.CotnAsuitit ot ger ass i te t to srei itueationi hand wter. " sfered f inthes ong os.errt agt uatedadliney Thrbe is o yer 1( Yo coe akafer theig tom a)Otij5ofn coynexa 0&lka nt iuoo Kin Cueres fe harmer' tgan liza. fortwntyyerbod intrl ted in)flW 'o cto bls Vl O years od aintainig equitable AtigPrsilei darer onovention.-. * TheFrmers' oneT.oislda Pieton~ ne I.Augr2y asdistrbsd * t meet again ad Pceis othen t vo yaledy cas.. 2 to receivn * re~orAastepladair cthatteosapsesfinto th~ dicus th ctto siuatona Soetiesable sadfr as plnti ~tbr mttrs f iteestalog th shpopnras neofshe vry newst ep~aora~hem~ fro adjinin co hingls inoutiity" parte ti~,~ieCheapyRittrsstedTixas, pre~rcuual'prdesArkanas, ouii,thSOuth jR~r~este to atendeht. &chd tirt aned thiTsday of oz~eno youh caiprch Sties fatg Atlaots 4- . ' V (low. liingh31 afmt Anistn , MontgomI A er y k',-,' Jo~T.aow, SotnW and etury, byd Mllmphi Mnd th i roond etiout at . greaty reduced th i Irat ,4414. ~ ~.V~iz. o I~g~mn~. IIWes.t. of .einh. Wan aro) ~ntid ~ N. o a'Tdigeton ealy l~as istr . retur a y dayil wihi (1 dasafte 0 .~~tW10tl~8 ad i ofen heAd eem~n tha four ikesread by M W~l~aebem i n h oto.Ul ine lv P.ablet, Trav.rl'ale Ag0nr 205g~. * Eqial- hgAca a a FOEEIMYCR Mae4Kde 4n Badr ih FIVE YEARS' OF BISI ESS ,ach Year a Greater Success Than the Last-A Well Appointed Stock of Merchandise. Fim .o a ago .the ilonager of "The Big Store," R. E. Bruce, was in ) ii ivill N Fet-king a lueatian; tho tdi'or of tbhia patpr muet him and insisted 1at h1e C' c"1 to Pick. (s. Ho did so; "The Big Stoie" i.4 the riesult, if any J dy is8 hieking becatise they are lire we will shu(lder' our sar of the re 3ponil8)lity. On Octol-er 4th, 1900, this atrimutlla business concern thrI-w open its doors to the trading public of Pi'ckews; trado camo to them th at never came hei lefore, ItId t(ly they atre doing nre business than t hey have ever de , and the other merch itils of the town (sone of w hom baliie gone into buinsIllt Ih(io sinc( they cili ) have alh the busipuss iiy canl handle. .lo 1'reseilt e f xCellent. coittoin anll pr-oduce 1 market of LICkens Is mainly dui t o t huirI *- t ti. This ha% n% is n ow known lar l w ide fir the low p - lis ut whch god are oth l aid t ho high prices which tie hirmor gets l'orIhi" pt oducts. The 11. 11 \ C. O t, stiirta l out to hno any iand1 tItuch 1111 ivrithing mI(-eded, and ti-y hIav siec (-ald. They how sell ia car of wiagonls an.d uliggies a mloih. !s thalt. selling uanything? They pot. inl dry goods, Celot hig, sloese, '(ceries, farminig tcols of (-very derliiption, liiiturike', I uogi, wige-, potrj, rgans and maebines-. anyvtlinig yau med aout the hose or farm cai bei pr-'Cured of them. Mr. Ui uce I's neetitlly retjurned fromn market where lie purchased a morioe (comiphl( tind tirger btock of general merchandise than he has ever han(llhil b.fo re. He iebtiit this stock at a close figure and will give his CustomliiNers I he be fit -f t he price. His milliner', Mis-s Tizii Hugh(s, has just returned from market with the lat(st Creations in ber lin, and shl) will bo pleased to fit you in head. gear, Iald will be ably alssiste(1 by Miss Lois Newton, modiste, recently of A n~ta, (Ga. This mainmnoth stock of goods will he ably taken care of by Mss-rs. T N. liumiter, Charles N. Boiwei, V. A. Bruce, B. F. Parsons, W. It. Johisci, J. E. Parsomis and Thomas A. Bowen, and customers will not have t , % lit. to be served to their entire satisfaction. "Old Ma nII Bruice" wvill lok carefully aftr the buying of your cotton, ru~d will payui the top notch for the same, andi he says he intends to make this paoint thie best cotton market in the state. If you dlon't believe this staitomtai try all of the mrkets anda see. ''hey hand'ale t ho celehr taled St udebake'r wagons and Rock Hill dnd T1yson ami( Jonues buiggia's, and a guarantee goes with each one sold. Their en tire alpper flook' is used for wagonis and buggies, while one section of the ~toreo is uised for their furniture deptartmnent. By the way, thes handle as comle(te line Of furnjituro as can b)e found anywhere. The H eat h-Brhuce-Morrow Co. has bulilt up a flne tr'ado, not only in this 'ciunly, but ill adjoinDing counitie's and in North Carolina, andl are r'eaching outi . turthter eacth year. TIheir good goods and close prices does the work. Th'ley also conduict a wholhsato department and m'any a store in the county puirchase's giods fromi them. In a general write up of a business it is a hard matter' to eiiter into details. All we can sysif "Ttie Big Store" adaesn't happen to huave what 3you want thiey will get it for you mighty quick, We publish ai pictkure of their place of business and if y'ou have not beern inl itere lately you1 will not know the place. A lot of interior imnprovements haveV~ b('( madelkl(, all tooking to the better handling of thieir tirade. They are well lelasedi with the trade that has heeni accorded them anid aro thankful for the patronage they have received and will str'ivo, moure than ever this fall, to merit a continuence. This is a well appointed stock of general merchandise, and, whether you wishi to purchtase or not, they will take great pleasure in showing you throuigh it. When you need any3thinlg in their lino give them a call and rest assured yon will ho tretetcd all right. THE GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE. afilcrio abe n c io aig Full of the Latest Creations. Tf', ilchumieBa ie, L~ast week we closedi a contractMarly(ohwndveiOd am with Ii. . Euide(l, propruietor' of the Edthmef h ilwi n3o GlobcallottinheHolobe CrothingleuS. C., for a space in this paper, and whle in the store wc' toolk ai p~eep. wl ul ovneyute a n We soon1 fountd why he leads in thelyucgodasilsitndpes cltothiung business, and thameo wordsyo. hntrligwhthmpee tell thie tale: St~ he, Quality, Price'; eto ei~ hi avrimunti tese tare thle r'easons. Hie goes to _____ mrarket and p~ersoinlly sel ects his ~ SALDUIES stock anmd lie gets the latest styles Amn wla evrltolsn ce ouf the faschilon cntres and lie se~es to naoywihhfrspet$. it that the quality is in (lie goods 70mr hnhsra ae ioit anal ha( pts thei very3 lowes~t p)ossibleigterasi go hp hc a pico onl theiu. Mrli. Endec~l makes a truhhsfr.Atrgaigu tno an "Thelcs 11'8 eni Dollar Snitfotfetw hepwehifelst oni EarthI,'' and you sure to get it. lndthrbkeintehgwa n Ilo is agont fair Stetsoni's soft, hatsIi'yfrero wedmndh'aele a' ci h..s the0 greautes5t tine ever shiown (i hssm l osl o h on ini G.re'envmlle.frm sigheewtetisofan Mr. 'Endcel hiamle thae Schll()5oss h rudta a btutn liros. & (Cu and Sticin-iloch poullar tehgwy ed o nwJs haeobeen nitito purintnansyway-butan ktidc of a f, itow: tall, slendaer, stout,thyavlehmaonsie.'o a olae ca uao igepnsb funlwl cltivfabte itd omm ing W'atfthmeo oths ostnite(at fth MilsHunemr, Babectiley elilden~ lohig. ua~ n ll(lEinde ~ihimsef, h o wilwito o latecallutt.theiGlouthClothinghHouind ii special lineyofonvinceaiytu aheylongry on Hely unchcgoode as wilutsuit andeplease - you.tWhen trading with them please ad s~e'ydecrntion anseegratgltheir- advrtimen i (if Aimtniowninguit.eralsthtusand s.reus Call ondyiwhmindh foumsilspeets$1, ge wiedo p peda h ob Pnforintrsin gigadfx PRETTY THINGS ..( In All Fashions Cropping out at Hobbs-Henderson Co.'s. Not a day passes but that we show some thing new in eyery department. Last week we received a big lot of new wash silk bought by our representative while in the market at a discount of 25 per cent. These goods are very desirable. We bought them cheap and will place them on sale at special prices. Ten pieces Novelty Silk, each piece a different pattern. Would be considered a special value at 75c. Our price 5oc. Five pieces Paragon Silk, very new and desirable this season for full suits, value $i, our price 75c. Twenty-five patterns thirty-six inch TAFFE TA SIL K Plain and two tones very special value, on sale Monday 98c. Our dry goods depart ment is fast filling up. It will pay you to give us a call before purchasing anything in Dry Goods. HOBBS-HENDERSON CO0 THE BUSY STORE 110 and 112 N. Main St. GREENVILLE, S. C. The new Laxative Cures that does not gripe Stomach and Liver or nauseate. .e 'introuble and Pleasant to ta1e. IX V iuu yrp Chronic Constipation. PICKE N S DRUIJG COMPfLANY Businiess Suits!~ Te o This is the Suit that you should be theOnte2ddyoAgu. most careful in selecting, as one lives in a2t .M.LNH pevo. business suit six days out of seven, and Cle' fCireti one expects naturally to be more satisfied175 Calso,.C. 90 in picking out this class of apparel than a lOiyi eisSpebr2,Lt more dressy suit. Clhirli)ginfretiiutoed Now we Have Gjiven Special $0~$2ami~.AlCnine o Attention to This Lmne, W 2'Focalouadrs And are ready to please any one. To see is to buy. Come in and be one it'e 1o irs of the lucky ones. eCoiiySprosofPke ' L. Rothschild, ltigti otatfrtebidn i Solo Agent for Hawes Hats and Dutchess Trousers.dafoth XNI Wanted--A Puarch aser. W hae293 acres of godland in five miles of thelaton.Afwdenor htst ourt house for sale at a low price and on easy terms,.nsi hisadbesed h ~I~) Timber on land will more than pay for place. Well watered; an ideal place for stock raising. Ntc fFia eteiz Price $4.25 Per Acre. oteeiothettf MeA Coei adlet us talk to you about this place and takemisdaadnitto. 'ou over it. ,ev MR .AEADR 26 2-3 acres, 1 2 acres in incorporate limits-$i r oo. 235 acres-good farm lands, 30 acres of Saludla River bot om; also good creek bottoms. This is a fine place. Pric( ~3,ooo. Terms to .suit p~urchaser. We have other property for sale; see us or write us what ou want. Can suit you. ~ We have a purchaser who wants from 25 to y' $ nL ith dwelling and outb~uildings, near Picket . i.I'. 1ooo cash to be suited. Let us know what yau i'. ~ .., The P-ickens Land As'. Sentinel-Journal Office. ,, , P. S..-ist you properyywithde; wefaehe lloard.*;