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Is full upon us once more, and during this
time of low price cotton it is more import
ant than ever before that you do your
spring trading where you get
MORE GOODS FOR LESS MONEY.
I have a fresh and complete line of
spring goods that were bought at the right
I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
on most anything you want to buy.
A new lot of Ladies' Hats arriving
weekly. They come in the newest and
most up-to-date styles.
In our Dress Goods Department you
will find most anything you want and at an
amazingly low price.
A nice lot of men's ladies' and chil
I have a new line of men's and boys'
Clothing at prices to correspond to low
Spring Fryers 35c lb. up to 75c each.
Hams 20 to 25c lb.
Hens 20c lb.
Your Trade is Appreciated Here.
J. W. HENDRICKS.
aints and Varnisher
The difference in price between the best paint
and ordinary paint is only a few dollars. The
labor cost is the same for both and over the
same period of time, if you use poor paint you
will have to pay for labor twice. C-H HOUSE
PAINTS last for years. Poor pain-s don't.
hirmny la4. h.me. ,\.< m. 6,r - -
'KE NS LUMB3ER CO.
P. :.K.Ns. S. C.
PICKENS CABINET WORKS
We Have on Hand all Sizes of
With CGavanized Wire at $2.50 Each.
COMMNC;:NT, AI-HAPPY TIME.
RIGEMIR .. F ID WITHA
gNunnally's Candy a Fre.sh Shipment Just
m. her isnone like Nunnally's,
Our friends say weV (a-: the prettiest
Sline they ever' saw.
Waterman's Jded! Fountain Pens.
"A letter:(lay while youi're away."
Lavalliers, Br'oeches, Rings, Stick Pins~
!Cuff Links, Watch Chains.
Comb and Brush Sets, Toilet Water,
Face Powder, Hair Nets.
R. . LWIS Prp.and Mgr.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
A. persons holdinz claims against
: tate of the late G. W. Stegall
-)resent the sarme. duly proven,
before the 20th .3y of June,
r oe iAbarred payment: ands
a.. 'ns indebted : sa: estate
-a:ke payment or or )er re the
- late to the underini.
James D. S.aa'
Lady teacher holding fi:t grade
- her certificate desires school for
:mmer term. For information ap
p:y ab Th eSentinel office. 2t
Open, competitive examinatin
under Civil Service wlil be held for'
positions of Postmaster. Men. w)
men, 13 to 65, eligible. For free
particulars, write J. C. Leonard
(former Civil Service examiner)
'.27 Equitable Bidg., Washington.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
'Nice i= h.ereby giz '. I wii
make applicat:on to N. A. . .:s:o.
pher, Esq., Judge of Pv:" ,se for
Pickens county. in the S:at-e if S-:h
Carolina. on the 9th Ia: -,f .July,
1921, at 11 o'clock in th? f-reno~n.
or as soon thereafter as saHi appli
cation can be heard, for lave to
make final settlement of th'! per
sonal estate of I. H. Simmons. d?
ceased, and ;r:ain dsicharge as ad
ministrator of said estate.
S. L. Simmon-.
1 t--! Admin:trator.
- NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
. :. . :. d airr i la.
:si: e -i 1 p r s . l b e t)
i j mu.? :nay: payment on
>r .f >r. :h h' 've -iate a th u lnder
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Whereas, a petition from the free
holder:s and electors of Town Creek
school district No. 30 has been filed
with the county board of education
asking said board for permission to
hold an election in said district to
determine whether or not 8 mills
local tax shall be levied on said dis
trict for school purposes.
It appearing to the county board of
education that the petition meets the
r'-'uire-ments of the law. Therefore
i' sorderedl that the trustees of the
'i:.>v.e niamd diriistrict do hold an -lee
:ion n Junre 18. 1921, at th*e school
ru or the above stat"d p)u rp'ose.
Th'.. .l- ion to bh held -Vc-rding~ to
h* fj::(h.,o *f lC''l1!w3 .
- trict are' hereby appointed miraaers
NO EOF L .CTI ON. -
I hI ' 1 - - haleg
- - ,m-' I of
I'ue - et- the~
:t :, a ha 's. r~e * of the
a'i-:- na i *l-:?. is holdl an *-lec
tio: > June la, 2!, ait the school
hioua~ al- : :bve .stated purpose.
The e~e*on~ 'to be hell ;iecording~ toI
ther."u'rmens of >-in 121)8 .>f
the sh'oo;i iw.
T7 I' - fdO'3 )a abo';' n amned dlis
trict ajr' her. bvY. fappomit,.h managers
R. T. .H llum,
Secy. andl Chin.
BUSINESS IS GOOD.
We average three to six calls a
wee.k for Stenographers and Book
k eepe rs.
Why There's aI reason.
Mr. Business Man knows that
young men andl women trained in
business methods by our corps of ex
piert teachers enn deliver the goods.
What'we hab.e don'? for thousands we
can do for you. Phone or write for
full liiformation. All regular courses
taught by mail also.
D)RAUJGIION'S BUSINESS COL
LEGE.F Phon'i 951, Columbia, S. C.
\Vm. Lyk1- Jr. r. W. Lye
DR. J. L. AIKEN
Masonic Bldgf, Pickens, S. C.
C. L. -DEAN
Sur7eyor and Civil Engineer a
Seneca, S. C. a
Farm Loan Act Decided Constitu. d
tional. Get a Government Loan. F
G. G. CHRISTOPHER
Practice in all Courts. r
Office over Pickens Bank.
Pickens, S. C. h
J. J. McSwa.n Sam B. Craig a
Greenville, S. C. Picken.s, S. C. R
McSWAIN & CRAIG
Pra::::e in State and F+1era: Courts
Pickens Otfice Phone 39
Oil Tanks an i Pumps. Air Compress
or=, Computing Scales. Show Cases,
Account Registers, Floor Scales, Re
built Cash Registers, Safes. Store
THE HAMILTON SALES CO.
Columbia, S. C.
The Freedom of A.Wan
You've Longed For
Perfect freedom o: actian, comfort
and full support from the woven wire
NuBone Stay. Perfect fit and sty:,
from the hands of the specially
trained NuBone Corsetiere.
A!post card or phone call will bring
her right to your horne to show you
the NuBone Stay which bends edge
wise as freely as fetwise and readily
conforms to any body position. She
will also show you the NuBone
Corset and explain all its points of
superiority - without obligation to
Easley. Phone 33
I also wish to announce that. am
representimte the World's Star Knit
ting Co., whose products are alls>)
A BIRTHDAY DINNER. 1Si
On last Sunday. June 12. the chil
en. -randch:HIre:: an i other rela- Si
ves Mr. F. M. Rozers gathered
his hom near Lie:: to cele.
rate his seventy-fo:. th birthday. J
he affair was a surpr:se to Mr.
ogers as he knew nothing .)f it until
fter the cr w.i ial assembled.
mon)rg those present were his chit-:
ran and zrandehlidren, Mr. M. M. T
ogers and family. Mr. O. E. Rogers
r.d family. Mr. J. T. F. Rogers and
amily. Mir. C. L. Thomas and family,;
Ir. Alec Waldrop and family, Mr.
nd Mrs. Clyde Bolding and Misses tl
ois and Rose Bud Evatt. Other C
elatives present were his sisters, s S
Irs. Esther Eades, of Toccoa, Ga., I C
nd Mrs. Sarah Smith, of Easley, and s
is nieces and 'nephews, Mr. and Ms.
,alker Clardy and family of Pied-' tl
Iont, and Mr. and Mrs. David Rogers D
nd family of near Easley. Mr. F
ogers seemed overjoyed at having t
tem gather at the old home once e
fore. Indeed, it was a beautiful and
npressive sight to see him surround
i ,by those he loved best. At the t
)on hour the well-tilled baskets
,r)ught Lby the guests were opened
nd the contents placed upon a 1.n,
able under an ancient oak in the
ront yar:. It was a bountiful
pread and thoroughly enjoyed by
Ill. In the afternoon the crowd
vas entertained by some beautiful
nd appropriate music rendered by
MIessrs. Earle and David Rogers, Mr.
Sir. and Mrs. Clyde Bolding and Miss
Earlie Rogers. As th? afternoon
;un sank into the west the people
took their departure, each person
feeling that he had enjoyed the day
:o 'hf~s extent.a
One Present. 3
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:0.. to )fl .V )
what we have. We avae rtt grades
>: SOUTH BEND, ELGIN. and WAL-. y
rHAM WATCHES. all sizes, :n solid .
sold, Gold filled and nickle cases. A
ig line of Braclet Watches just re- pl
eived. Also a big line of Clocks and P,
they are beauties. Silver ware in sets ki
and odd pieces. Cut Girss and China al
Anything in Jewlery we have it. Come P
n and let us show you over our line. -
We are always glad to do so.
Jeweier and Optometrist
34x44 ~.- -
-An Otr Size in Pr
Tierpir ewh ug vle
PTant 'N. me2 who erecte forthe sb
h0xa.inc h son..Sid farc~ tires.
grad c6,00 tresuad20,000 ue thms
All materials used are the best obta
uniform. it is the best fabric tire e'
owner at any price.
JMMONS AND NOTICE OF PU
ate of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
F. Richey, Plaintiff,
.T. Rogers, A. Z. Wilson, W.
Brissey, and J. C. Brissey, De
a the defendant, W. T. Rogers:
You are hereby summoned and rd.
aired to answer the complaint in the
>ove stated action which was, on th
:h day of February, 1921, filed i'
te office of the Clerk of Court of
ommon Pleas for Pickens County,,
auth Carolina, at Pickens, South
arolina, and which is still on file ik
lid office. You are further requir.
I to serve a copy of your answer to
fe said complaint on the subscribe-,
[cSwain & Craig, at their office at.
ickens, South Carolina, within
venty days after the service hereof,
xclusive of the day of service; anE
y)u fail to answer the complaint,
ithin the time aforesaid, the plain.
If in this a'tion wil apply to the
our: for the re:ief Jemanided in the
McSwain & Craig,
Att'rneys for Plaintiff,
Pic:en. S. C.. May 9. 1921.
Cirk of Court of Common Pleas
for Pickens County, South Carm.
I will pay $1.00 cash for corn de.
vered at Reace's Mill, one mile west
od A. G. Ree . Manager.
yOP.~ ~ ~~ SAE.)).%Prto Ries
3. 31.25 per 1,000,
romp: shpment. Dorris Plant Cl.
aldosta, Ga. 2tpi
PUBLIC DRAY-I have put on i
iblic dray in Pickens and am pre
fred to do your hauling of all
nds. Prompt service and reason.
>le prices. Phone 3213. A. A.
F. L. WEBB, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Cateechee, S. C.
FOP. SALE-One Caldwell Grain
.1"arat or :: 0 hrose Kerosene
:C:' .chea . -Brwris & Co
est, class these tires as
by strictest economies
ie purpose of making
With a daily canpacity ..
plant permits refmned ..
inable. The quality is
,er. offered to the car
Pickens, S. C..