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Locals aid llPeroials
We hear of a considerable amount
of sickness in and around town.
Mr. and Mrs. Earle 'Morris spent
last Tuesday in Greenville.
Miss Cleo lallum, a senior at G.
W. C., spent last week-end at her
Dr. F. S. Porter is improving in
health at a private hospital in Vir
Mrs. Mary Moore left Friday for an
extended visit with her (laughter in
Mr. Lee McFall has returned home
aufter having spent several weeks
Mr. Bertran Thornley of Greenville
is visiting his mother, Mrs. N. E.
Mr. and M rs. James IIagood Blrucc
announce the birth of a son, Thurs
day, Feb. 2, 19122.
Miss Ftan' mes Bruce has returned
home after a pleasant visit with rel
atives in Fingerv ilie.
The U. 1). C. will meet next Fri
(liy afitenot n i -1 o'c loc k at the
home of 11 rs. \'csta Mcl'all.
\Mi. Itichar 'd lalluim of Furman
IUniversity sptent. Saturday a:nd Sun..
iay with his parents in thN ':ity.
The ycutnti peolel(' of the town en
.oyed a daItnce given at the Old I ick
ury lun on last Wednesday night.
Messrs. lWitt Mathews and Don
aId Roark, students at Clemson Col
lerc', shent last week-end at home.
Mrs. Lena ('ox, who works in the
office of the clerk of court has been
suit sick since last Friday morning,
Miss Emily Thorn ley of Converse
college sipent last week end with het
parents, M r. and : Mrs. IL. C. Thorn
Mirs. .James Tribble anti little sot
.fames Jr., oif Finoverville :ry' ruest
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .J. Mci
Whether Mr. Crc
we will be ready to serv
are on the job wvi
"Try1 The Dr'
i KEO WEE
SR. E. Lewis, Prop
T he (ul
Touring Car --
Truck Chasis -
Starter $70 Extra. I
-Tractor $395 F. 0. 1
Pickens with pulley.
Thes are the lowe;
the history of the Ford'
Orders are coming
promptly to insure early
H. P. Sltton.
Mr. Ed Sloan, an engineer - of the
State Highway Commission was I
visitor in Pickens Monday on busi
Mr. Frank Keith of Furman Uni.
versity spent last Sunday at home
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W
Mrs. Clarence King of Easley;
spent several days last week in this
city with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
J. T. Taylor.
Mrs. Inez Crump, who is teach
ing school in Greenville this term,
spent Saturday and Sunday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Keith.
On last Thursday Dr. J. A. Cannon
rode 92 miles visiting patients in this
vicinity. He got up next morning
at his usual hour feeling ready for
On last Saturday night the south
eastern part of our city was in dark
ness. Mr. Jake Gosnell ran his ford
atrainst an electric light post near
the Old Iickory Inn. The post was
rotten and lown it came. Out went
Mr. Frank DeLTae. who has been
conn'ected with the firm of Edwards
& Drsey for several mcnths, left
.last. Wednesday for his home in
('anten, Ga. During his sojourn in
this city he made many friends who
regret. to have him leave.
Mrs. E. L. lIalgrave and infant
daughter. Sarah Marie, have return
el to their home in Birmingham,
Alama.ba, after an extendcI vi' t;
with Mirs. Ialgrave's parents, Mr
and Mrs. B. Frank Freeman.
Miss Frances Cox delightfully en
tertained at her home last Friday
evenine. Cards and contests wer<
enjoyed after which (eli.ious refresh.
ments were served and a most pleas.
ant evening was spent.
If your school is not working fo
one of The Sentinel's dictionaries
ask the teacher why. It will oni
take a few hours work for any schoc
to obtain a copy of the best dictionar
- published. No library is complei
without a dictionary.
lund Hog Sees His
e or Not
e you-rain or shine. We
th good fresh drug
5. Detroit Delivered in
)emoun table Rims $25 Extra
L. Detroit; $425 delivered in
at prices of Ford cars in
in fast, so place yours
'THE TENTH GRADE.'
(Written by a 10th' grade pupil an
published by request).
Oh! Listen at Ellen, Daisy and Pai
Their lovers affairs discuss.
And watch Bunk and Emma,
They're always in a fuss.
Lois, Louise and "Nell",
Their little secrets tell,
And our friend "Bill"
Is always listening for the Bell
Katherine, Artie and Velma,
Are as silent as a tomb;
Essie, Hellen and Bessie
Gossip all over the room.
Louise, Maud and Thaylia,
Just smile all the time,
As tho they were always happy,
With nothing to bother their minds
We must all take notice,
To Horace, Paul and Glenn,
They are so good natured,
That they never lose a friend.
We must not forget Ira,
No, We'll not think of such,
We must not turn him down,
Just because he's late so much.
Will say this of Broadus,
And just this will say,
That he is very shy of the girls,
And when they come around,
He hasn't long to stay.
NOTICE OF SEALED BIDS WANT
El) FOR INSTALLING WATEI
AND SEWER IN COURT HOUSI
Sealed bids will be received at th,
office of Supervisor Pickens count;
until Monday, February 20th, 1922
for the installation of waterwork
and severag in the Court House an
Jail. 1.0 per cent of the bid will b
required to accompany the sealed bi(
and the successful bidder will be rc
quired to give Bond in the sum o
10 per cent of his bid. The contrac
will be awarded to the lowest res
ponsible bidder. Work is to be con
pleted in 75 working (lays. Th
Board of Commissioners reserve th
right to reject any and all bids.
r - W. L. Matheney,
CARD OF THANKS
y We wish to thank our friends ar
e neighbors for the help and kindne:
rendered us during the birth n
death of our darling baby. May God
richest blessings rest upon you all.
Mrs. and Mrs. Henry Jones.
REOPENIN( STORE AT SIX MI1
We are reopening our store at S
Mile. We invite the puii' to .!
and see' our goods anad get prices. V
Sare tilling up again with all nc
SP'RING HIATiS A RRIVING. Con
and11( get the pick of the lot. They a
mnore beautiful and! much cheaper thi
S Everythingr to be sold just as ches
or a little cheaper than it can I
Sbougih t for anywhere else. This shi
bec our motto.
MANN & CO.
Rub-My-Tism, ant iseptic and Pa
Skiller, C. r in feet ed sores, te't<
S-prains, nw''ralgia, rheumatism.
Gta $hI;.00 Dicitionary for yol
school vithout cost. See adlvertis
ment about it in this paper.
BAKER'S yeast contains one vita
mIui ne, and is upsetting too man:
stomachs. VIM -O-GEN is no
only pleasant to tako and agreeable t<
even tho wveakest stonmkch, but it con
tains all three vitamnines-and scieno
says all threo airo nucesaryj to perfec
health. VIM-O-GEN Yeast-pleas
ant and easy to take. If you ar
'weak, undernourished, under weight
nervous, run down and "all in," gi v
VIM-O-GEN a chance to prove hov
superior it is to ordinary yeast an
other yeast preparations.
INSIST ON VIM-O-GEN YEAST
Look for the White and Blui
package and beware of inferior sub
stitutes and imitations. Absolute
ly Guaranteed. Your money baci
If not satisfied.
I have purchased the W. I. Mill
Meat Market. and will deal in Fan
and Staple Groe ries.
Fresh Meats, Green and Dry Ilidt
Chickens, Eggs and Prodluce. G
our prices before you buy or se
Give us a chance to showv you v.
appreciate your business.
D. R eese Centra, S.(
Profit by last year's ]
D ID you get a bale of cotton per acre last year?
generally known that a small percentage of Southe
Plenty of fertilizer, plus plenty of hard work, overcame
crop diseases and adverse weather conditions. Last year
that plenty of complete fertilizer ;"t planting time is
boll weevil conditkvis.
If you have no c<.tton to sell you re no better off with
than 13 cent cotton.
Your job is to decide the extent of your farming operatic
to make sure of a crop at the lowest ccst per pound of
using Swift's Red Steer Fertilizers.
Fertilize peanuts and other crops as well as cotton a.i
crops must be produced at lowest cost to make the most
Buy Swift's Red Steer Fertilizers f:om your local Swift
Swift & Company
(FERT17ILIZFR WOR KS)
t Atlanta, Ga. New 0
Charlotte, N. C. Alb
We buy to s
We sell to pl
We take cas
During the year
WVants values that will
Any customer to wear.
Really we have them,
Dandy in texture,
Sure in style.
& We ask you
Do you not need
An overcoat, suit or ha
Ready-to-wear for the
Sweater, dress, shoes o:
a You get the idea, we he
Come in to see us. l\
headquarters. Tell us
the other fellow your tr<
Quality Is Assured and Low f
ED WARDS &
. Successors to T. L.
Advertising In ~
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iTAk T S HMIt is becoming
rn farmers did.
the boll weevil,
's lesson proves Make cotton in
assential under Spite of holl
20 cent cotton '
20Swft's ,. Steer t'ertiliace1
are theL reaift.1 of yes:;~ of ri'
ns and then tr y rrr and practical e;unri.
per bushel by Stvifts Red Ste.-r Fortilh.cra
for cotton are prepared ce-pec.
Sally to get ahead of thle Loll
d tobacco. All weevil. They contain the right
amrount of qeickly available
profit. pant toe..upc' a: quick
diealcr or write of m lowl
growth Lnd earlye cansLe
Use Swift' Red Steer Ferti
lizere aid plty aaf . Use
brTnds contairtng more riha
1i.r of pLUC food anid Sav
ney. Use the mount per
'leans. La. acre that has proved the nmoo~t
ny, Gia. profitable in your locality.
h to simplify. 4
>ol hose or waist,
wve the goods.
lake our store your.
your needs. Tell
>ubles, and always
rices a Certainty9