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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.
CAN WHAT YOU CAN.
The Fruit Season is now here, and for
two days, Friday and Saturday, July 1st
and 2nd, I will sell 16 1-2 pounds best
Granulated Sugar for $1.00. Not over
$1.00 worth to customer.
Nothing charged at the above offer.
Hams 20 to 25c lb.
Fryers 30c lb. up to 75c.
Hens 18c. lb. Old roosters 12 1-2c lb.
Greenville Market for Eggs.
Your Trade is Appreciated Here.
J. W. HENDRICKS.
Make Pleasant Rooms
Soft and restful in tone, the walls of a room should fiorm a
natural background for its furnishings.
The velvet-like fiussh and deicmcety subdu.'d shade of C - FLAT
WALL PA[NT give a roon an aainospher.. of pleavsic .estdulnei.
PCK EMS LUMBER CO.
P1'c.EzNS, .:a. C.
PICKENS CABINET WORKS
With Galvanized Wire at $2.50 Each.
Screen Windows at $1.00, Ice Boxes at
$1250up, Screen Hardware, Windows
all sizes, D)oors--best made, Mouldlings,
Casings, Beaver Board.
Come or Write us for anything in our line.
1827 ERSKINE COLLEGE 1921
F~i~ltyt ur Due West, S. C.
Eigty-ouryears of Continuous Service.
Unwavering~ Adherence to Christian Character and Thorough
Courses: A. B., B. S., M. A., Pre-Medical, Special.
Literary Societies Em phas.ized.
Intercollegiate Contet.. in Debates:, Oratory and Ath.etc
Worthy of Comparison.
Adequaita Endowment and EqXuipment.
Hoard in College Htome at Cost. Price in Private Hlomes
For Catalogue and Agplication Ulaink, write to
18 Due West, S. C.
LIBERTY ROUTE THREE.
Here I come again with th? news
which is cut short this week.
The farmers were glad to see the
rain of Saturday night and the pros
pects of farming are looking favor
able, considering the drought of sev
The younn people of the cotmunitt
ity attended a singing Sunday after
noon at the home of Mr. Hood, opp >
Mr. Clayton Smith and family hive
ibeen visiting at the home of Miss
C. N. Clayton and Mrs. Lou Robin
son the past week.
Mrs. James Clardy and three chil
dreni, of Norris, were the guests of
her mother, Mrs. Adcox, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Manning Burgess en
tertained several of their relative.
and friends in honor of the former',
mother's birthday, Mrs. F. A. B3ur
eens, of Abbeville. The following
were among the guests: Mr. an i
Mrs. E. T. iurirgess and children. of
Abbeville; lr. and Mrs. 'Jos.ph !Br.
gess. of Andi-. -On; 1r. Perry and tI:.e
Mislses M:t :n, 0!' 5ix- Mife, and e
'ra! othr . Mr. Bowie, of Abb
i!. a- :!'-" a nuest at the dinner.
Mr. aol Mrs. S. E. Mauldin an I
W chiir .of Mountain View.
e-'tnt Sundiay with Mrs. C. -1. Bit
A re-adi.'r wants to know who put
the "ph1-k" in Pickens. Can the edi
t .r an wer through the par:latraph
:ouat : this question?
M r. and Ralph Gilstrap spent the
wveek-end with their grandmother,
M:s. Eltlnburg. at Mile Creek.
C. H. Billititsly spent Thursday at
B. .Bell' at Pleasant Hill.
Marie Thomas, of Liberty,
and lr. Silas Maddox, of Kentucky,
were quietly tarriel Saturday morn
i at Esley. Mis- Thonmas is very
p >)'ulLr amlontI- the societ'.' S t u I
fr se've.rai tntth. has h bi a post
l '\ a 'ormaer \ orris hoy, but
t r ': hol-i. a positionu inl Ken. -
t, k. T1he happy c >up)h- are on a
h1'. nyoon: and will Iet'ly Thusday
nm.rn':i for K: ntucky t) nake their
utur* home. May all joy and pleas
!re, he theirs throuhout the happy
At present Mr. and Mrs. Ollie
Rice, of Norris, are residing in Ken
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
113 acres 5 miles of Grenville,
$50 per acre. Was $75. 330 acres
near Pickens, improved. I gave
$6.00)0 for. Will take $3,500 for
quick sale. All the others reduced
nearly half. See me if you want to
i 11F. E. ALEXANDPlR
wemnsho cuts the earth to suit
. IST--W Odnesd ay. JTunr 22, on
2 .t, of- P ickens, one roundK
er alt)rocUh::i. R 'ward if r
Vet- P-cens 1)ruu- (Co. qor Tht
FO )R SALE E--Two late miodel Fori
'uring ears, in first class co ndit ion.
T-:mzn, cash or go)od security. Ap.
a y to Robert M. Welborn. Phone
):', Pickens Route 3.
IWOLF CREEK SCHOOL.
Wol CP(reek school will begin it:
summer term M ondlay, August, 1
Teachers at this school ar e Mrs. Jess
Morr, Mis Irene Newton and Mis:
LUCY HACOOD DEAD.
Lucy Hlagoodl, wife of Tom Ha
)od, colored, of Pickens, (lied Sun
yv and was buried Monday after
noon in the colored burying gr'ount
Secona. She had been sick a long
'.me. F'unera, serv-ices were con
ducted by Rev. McKissick.
S If you are thinking of buying any
ting in the Jewlery line, it will pa:
.)u to come in and let usi show yol
Shat we have. We have most grade
t' SOUTH BEND, ELGIN, and WAL
1-AM WATCHES, all sizes, in solil
old, Gold filled and nickle cases.
e line of Braclet Watches just re
: -ved. Also a big line of Clocks an
ti-y are beauties, Silver ware in set
and odd pieCes. Cut Glass and Chin
Anyt'.thing in Jewlery we have it. Corn
o and let us show you over our him
UNare always glad to do so.
Jeweier and Optometrist
1CASLEV S. (.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to N. A. Christo
pher, Esq., Judge of Probate for
Pickens county. in the State of South
Carolina, on Saturday. the 23rd day
of July, 1921, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, or as soon thereafter as
said application can be heard, for
leave to make final settlement of the
personal estate of Milton Nally. de
ceased, and obtain discharge as ad
ministrator of said estate.
R. T. Chapman.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
All persons holding claims against
the estate of the late J. is. Hendricks
must present the same, duly proven,
:n or before the 1st day of August,
:it 1 . or be debarred paiyi mmt : and
., pe'r-ons indebted to aid estate
uat make payment on or before the
e date to Mrs. Oia iendricks.
Mirs. Ola H endic ks,
l" 'x e"utrix.
NJTiCE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
N. ,ir : herne _:v'n that I wili
iukt application. t, N. A. (hristo
pier, ESq.. .Ju(dte of Probate for
P ken's einty. in the State of South
( rolina, on the 16th day of July,
1 2 , at 1 l o'clock in the forenoon,
or i soon thereafter as said applica
tion can be heard, for leave to make
tinall settlement of the personal es
tate of Nannie Mae Morgan, minor,
and obtain discharge as guardian of
J. F. Freeman,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given th.it I will
make application to N. A. C hrist"
pher, Estq., Jurihce of Probate for
l'icken.- county, in the State of South
'arolina, on the 18th day of July,
t2 1, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
ir as soon thereafter as said appiica
tion can be heard, for leave to make
tinal settlement of the personal es.
tate of Hallie and Pearl Jones, miin
ors, and obtain discharge as guard
ian of said estate.
Mary J. Rigdon,
LOCAL MANAGER WANTED
At once by the largest concern of its
kind in the world, to develop and
handle local business. No invest
nment or experienc.- required. $2,
50'0 to $10.000~i protits first year, ae
cor'di ng to population, and wonder'iful
future po)'siblities, a.- ours isa stale
comnimodi it th n-tant unlimited
I 'mand a's "wt '.nderse!! all c'omple
All per-on, are hereby notitied not
to tish, hunt or tr'espas-in any way
upon the landi I of th- undersigned,
under('1 penalty of the law.
.1. E. M. Steele.
2t-p i -C. M. Steele.
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MARTIN & BLYTHE *
*NMasonic Temple, Greenville, S. C. *
Benj. F. Martin.*
Col. E. M. Bly the. *
* * 4 4 4.
J. R. Martin J1. IH. Earle
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C.
MARTIN & EARLE
Practice In All Courts
Pickens Office in Court House.
Greenville Office opposite Postoffiee,
SOLDIER STiLL SICK.
V/alter Edens, son of Mr. Dock
Edens, is still confinedl to his bed aet
the home of his parents. Mr. Edens,
- a veteran of the World War, was
1 wounded and gassed while in the
army. lie has been in the hospital
at Camp Sevier much of the time
since he returned from France, but
has been at home since last April.
a F. E. ALEXANDER BACK.
I am back on the job Have been
isleep for six months, but I am awvake
tow and wvanting to s('ll you land or
houses and lots. I have lost about
all1 1 made, now I am humble and in
Lroodt~ shape ti dIo business with,
look out for my ads in, The Senti
nel and~ they~ will (10 you goodl.
F. EC. ALEXANI)ER
TheLi man who cuts the earth to suit
SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF PUB
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens,
In Court of Common Pleas.
Julie Glover King, Plaintiff,
Amanda King Ware, M. K. King, Sa
mantha Hagood, Carrie King Cox,
Eugene King, Nathaniel King, Theo
dore Roosevelt King, Rosebell King
and Hezakiah King, Defendants.
To the defendants, Amanda King
Ware, M. K. King, Nathaniel King,
Eugene King, Rosebell King, Theo
dore Roosevelt King and Hezakiah
King, and to any other children of
the late P. K. King, who may be
unknown or other parties claiming
any interset, the defendants in the
above stated cause of action who
hay an interest in ninety acres of
land owned by and in possession of
P. K. King, deceased, at the' time of
his death, March 13, 1920, said land
nir situated in E'asley Township,
Pickeins county, South Carolina.
You are hereby summoned and re
'i r d to answer the complaint in
this action, which was on the 18th
lay of June, 1921, filed in the ollice
of Clerk of Court of Common Pleas
for Pickens e. nty, S. C., at Pick
ens, S. C.. and which is still on tile in
said oflice, and to serve the copy of
your answer to the said complaint on
the subscribers at their office in
Pickens, South Carolina, within
twenty days after the service here
of, exclusive of the day of service;
and if you fail to answer the com
plaint. within the tin aforesaid, the
plaintiff in this action will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded
in the complaint. June 18, 1921.
McSwain & Craig.
Attorneys for PlaintitY.
0. S. Stewart,
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for
PIckens County, S. C. 3wk-I I
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
State of South Carolina.
County of Pickens.
Whereas a ptition has been "lAd
with the trustees of Wolf Creek
school district No. 29 in said county
and state, signed by more than one
third of the resident electors and
more than one-third of the resident
freeholders of the age of twenty
one years of said school school dis
trict as shown by the- certificate of
the County Auditor for Pickens
county attached to said petition,
praying that the trustees of said
school district order an election to
determine whether or not coupon
bonds in the sum of $1,000.00 shall
be issued by the said district for the
purpose of building~ an additional
room to the present school building
in saidI district. And it further ap
pearimr by certijicate of the County
Au\rniitor of Pickens. county that the
propse bond1)0( issue1t of $ I.000.00
will not exceed four per cent of the
asassed valuation of property for
axation in said dlistr'ict including
:-. outstanding bonds.
It is therefore ordered by the
board of trustees of Wolf Creek
schoo, district No. 29 that an elee
tion be held in said school district
at the school house on Saturday, the
9th day of July, 1921, on the ques
tion whether such bonds shall be i"
sued or not, said bonds to b~e issued
in dlenominations as may be deter
mined by the trustees from one hun
dredCi to one thousand1 dollars and
each bond to run for a period of
twenty years from (late of issue and
bearing six per cent interest peCr an
num, payable annually.
A t such election, only qualitned
voters, residing in said (district shall
be allowed! to vote.
The polls5 shall be open at eight
o'clock a. mn. and close at four o'clock
p. mn., the ballots to be voted must
have written or printed on same the
word, "For Bonds" or "Againsi
The following are hereby namec
and appointed managers to hold sait
election: J. A. Whitmire, G. E
Breazeale and J. P. Whitmire.
By order of the Board of Trusteet
of Wolf Creek school district No. 2t
this, the 18th day of June, 1921.
A. A. Mann.
C. C. Thomas.
J. M. Brezeale.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
Trhe following described property
One Chandler roadster automobile
motor No. 85724, license No. 74,932
Ga., 1921, having been seized Jun
13th, 1921, near Easley, S. C., ii
Pickens county, for violation Na
tionaml Prohibition Law. Any per
son making claim for same must fib
boind with federal prohibition agen
at G;reenville, S. C., within twent'
(days from (date hereof, or the sam'
will be declared forfeited to the
United States. Rue orel
31.--11 Federal Prohibition Agnt.
FOR SALE BY F. E.
Within a few rods of
1the Wesleyan College,
Central, S. C., a 2 1-2 or
3 acre tract of land.;
having on it a four room
cottage with hall, pan
try and two porches. A
store building 12x16 ft.
near house, good groc
ery trade during school
term and fair all the
year. A chicken yard,
garden, ever-beari g-.
strawberry patch, peach
trees, etc.; pasture with
running water, small
It's going at a bar
gain. See at once
SAM B. CRAIG
Pickens, S. C.
I will pay $1.00 cash for corn d:..
livered at Reece's Mill, one mile west,
3typd A. G. Reece, Manager.
PUBLIC DRAY-I have put on a
public dray in Pickens and -am pre.
pared to do your hauling of MW
kinds. Prompt service and reavn..
able prices. Phone :32!3. A. A.
F. L. WEBB, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Cateechee, S. C.
GASOLINE SYSTEMS. '
Oil Tanks and Pumps, Air Comprens.\
ors, Computing Scales, Show Cases,
Account Registers, Floor Scales, Re.
built Cash Registers, Safes, Store
THE HAMILTON SALES CO. j
Columbia, S. C.
DR. J. L. AIKEN
Masonic Bldg., Pickcens, S. C.
C. L. DEAN
Survey~ r and Civil Enxgiaieer
Seneca, S. C.
Farm Loan Act Decidel C'rtita.
tional. Get a Government Loan.
G. G. CHRISTOPHER
Pra::tice in all Courts.
Office over Pickcens Bank.
Pickens, S. C.
J. J. McSwain Sam B. Craig
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C,
McSWAIN & CRAIG
Practice in State and Federal- Courts,
Pickens Office Phone 39
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
All persons holding claims against
the estate of the late .James A.
Brown must present the same, duly
proven, on or before the 15th day ofC
July, 1921, or be debarred payment;
and all persons indebted to said es-.
tate must make payment on or -
fore the above date to the under..
Mrs. Mattie Brown,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT'
Notice is hereby given that I wpl
make application to N. A. Chria-.
topher, l'sq., Judge of Probate for
Pickens. county, in the state of South
Carolina, on the 12th day of July., +
19J21. at 11 o'clock in the foreno e
or as soon thereafter as said appli..
c ation can be heard, for leave to
nike linal settlement of the personal
-lit,' of' Lois and Odis Iathem,
nnors, and obtain dis'charge an
card ian of said estalte.
'L. 0. Lathem r,
'0-10 ' Guardian.