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Liberty Nat. 3
Opposite the Post office.
Come to the Merchant
we will refund your Rail
the price of your suit.
Men and young men v
in your Fall and Winter'l
When 'we say this we r
the largest displays of NN
found anywhere. Over
make your choice from,
asking will really suprise
your suit cost you last y(
convince you where your
We are out of the higI
a saving to you of $5.00 1
Ask your friends aboul
our many customers it v
next suit from us.
We guarantee you per
way and all suits made g<
Suits and overcoats mi
Liberty Nat. V
H. L. GILLISPIE, Mgr. GREENVILL
Anyone may get his railroad fare Tucker Cantr
i'aid to Greenville and back this week fellow, tells us
if he buys a suit of clothes from the informed him th
Liberty Nat. Woolen Mills Co., op- might get marr
posite the postoffice- They make a tall, slim mar
tailored to--measure-ve1ottes. ,.Bruce blue eyes; at
Felnnell, an old Pickens bor, Is a Hames, another
salesman for this concern.. Read us to inquire if
their ad in this paper. gray hair will <
THE SENTINEL 2 YI
NO MOREs -
This Offer Open to Old
Taste is a
Moolen Fills Co.
No. 317 South Main St.
s trade week all this week,
road fare both ways from
re have a real treat for you
Suits and Overcoats,
nean that we have one of
oolens now on display to be
one thousand samples to
md the low price we are
you. Just one-half what
1ar, a visit to our store will
dollar speaks the loudest.
irent district that makes
;o $15.00 on your order.
;us if you are not one of
rill pay you to buy your
feet satisfaction in every
)od not satisfactory.
tde to order-made to fit.
oolen Fills Co.
te Post Office,
E, S. C. S. BRUCE FENNELL, Salesman
ell, a mighty good +
that a young lady PRICES 'RIGHT ON EVERY
e other day that she
ied if she could find THING IN THE FFED AND
with light hair and HEV GRCR4IE
d Habersham, Job HEAVY GROCERY LINE.
good man, requests MORRIS & CO.
a tall mian with iron+&
io just as well.
EARS FOR $2.00
NO LESS C~
and New Subscribers
WVe state it as our honest belief
that the tobaccos used ina Chester
field are of finer quality (and
hence of better taste) than in any
other cigarette at the price.
Lig~gett & Myers T1obatcco Co.
IGAR ETT E S
and Domestic tobaccos--blended
Theunion meeting of Twqlve Mile
River'association Will ieet with the
Mountain View church October 29-0.
10:30.-Devotioial service by the
11:00.-Sermon by Rev. E. M.
Adjournment for dinner.
1:00.-Is a Baptist church a New
Testament church? By Rev. F. S.
1:30.-Does a Baptist church stand
for a full Gospel? By D. E. Garrett.
2.00.--What should be the attitude
of a Baptist church toward any non
church movement? By J. As Davis.
2:30.--Why read the Baptist Cour
ier? By J. L. Murphree.
3:00.-A call to consecration: Ro
mans 12-1. By D. A. Parrott
9:45.-Devtioa service by the
10:00.-Did the chureies cf the
New Testament u.se money in their
work? By James Winchester.
10:30.---Why pay the tithe.? By
R. P'. Pr irlee.
11 :00.--:ermn by Rev. J. Furman
Afternoon.- Scng service. All
singers invited. Committee.
GAP HILL NEWS
Everybody just go on w.th y<..ur
Miss Gertie Finley spent the week
end with homefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. Butler Roper awl
family spent Sunday with the latter's
sister, Mrs M. M. Rogers.
Gal) Hill Sunday school is progres
sing .nicely -it. the present.
Lots of Gap Hill people attended
Court last week.
Messrs. Luther Alexander and
Eugene Durham were seen out dear
hunting Sunday P. M.
Mrs. L. E. Burgess of Easley spent
several days with her daughter Mr.4
Miss Loye Finley has been at her
brother's for the last few days.
Wonder if the wedding bells will
ever ring any more around old Gal)
Hill? Of course if nothing prevents.
Just listen and theyll sound sweet.
"Lonesome Brown Eyes."
FIVE TONS OF SUGAR
$6.50 per hundred
MORRIS & CO.
I We are prepa
.is new and com]
'cotton was brir
squently we ca
SCome in and ir
Sprices and see f
Shoes for mei
:and work shoes:
Scaps, shirts, o~
for every memt
All the new a:
Smay be found a
THE UNIVERAI. CAR -
Complete automobile satisfaction is the
result .of buying wisely and econom
ically rather than the desire and means
to buy extravagantly.
Figure out your every automobile re
quirement and you will find it in a Ford
Sedan-a family car of distinction and
beauty -a car of comfort and conven
ience - a car of dependability and
service-----a car that will give you con
You should place your order now if
you wish to avoid delay in delivery.
H. P. Sitton, Jr.
AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
red to furnish the entire family with
[ for this fall and winter. Our stock
>lete and it was contracted for when
ging around ten cents a pound, con
1n make you the very lowest prices.
spect our immense stock, get our
1i, Women and children, both dress
clothing for men and boys, hats,
reralls, lad ies' coat suits, dresses,
r, in fact we have complete outfits
>er of' the family.
n~d latest, styles, shapes and modes
t this up-to-date store.
PICKENS, S. C.