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The UnIerait sCa
F. 0. B. Detroit Delivered in
Ci-ssis. --- $ 285 $ 353
Runabout-------- 319 393
Touring Car 348 423 '
'rck (hasis 430 ' 500
Coupe 580 665
Startceir '0 Extra. Demountable Rims $25 Extra
Tractor $445 Delivered.
8475 with pulley.
Thes are the lowest prices of Ford cars in
the history of the Ford Motor Company.
Orders are coming in Cast, so place yours
promptly to insure early delivery.
. Sitton9 Jr., Pickens
f m('erchanli e a lot odds and ends will be found
b th" hbo f'o r i ir of shoes gets m isplaced-this
1, " ity of the shoes--Lunt never-the-less they are classed
1 t few lays I shall plaee on sale all Odds and Ends of
i merchandVl l ise at. anl amazingly low prices.
t t i1( rooml-soc these goods luust go.
b-r' .r a etw thiags found in thli.; sale. BIt. there are various other
Vhint 1 t 1Med here. (e a let us show you through these goods:
nIL l' V 1 al it s Swet e
( )t lit ( 'hil!rtn's Swe-itrs r
on' I t Men'8 Swen r1
onet lott C'hiildren' !;h t
nto 1 1'
(ne lot. I.
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it )n ~ lce I.u Ir~ lc is~ aU Isc'af'
U. W. HENDRIOKS
PICKENS CABINET WORKS
IItieadqt.m-ter s fo Sas~ Ih, 1)oo1s and Mouldings.
'A'have a ntice line of Builders' Hardware.
t a urish ddsizes to or'der'.
(~us make you a prec on anything you need,
m u. buiin g line.
h ou;t~sand brick at the right price.
I nue lslandl Red Eggs, $1.50 per setting.
diaold Thompson Str tin, $4.00 per setting.
SWhite Leghor'ns, $1.00 per setting.
MRS. J. 1). YONGUE
TELEP41HONE 80. .. PICKENS, S. C.
Central Commission Company,
Mal4N STitE ET'
Central, South Carolina
WeL will be( glad to have you see or write us about htOUhv
to sell. WVe will he glad to talk waih you or quoI~te n-'esi wat uhave
you may wish to buy. 1le nayhn
Low Irices on car 1load lots of A cidl Phoisphate, Nitrate of soda Ct
tnaec me in al, Cotton seed hulls, loose o.' sacked. Hay, corn, oats. Ss
'We buy anid selI on Commission.
Central CommissionCo mpany,
. Central, South Caro a
Lo ni .i sPrs yo.nal4y.
- Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Waldrop spent
laat Monday in Greenville.
Miss Grace Mathews visited her
aunt in Greenville last Monday.
Mr. J. P, Carey Jr., has returned
from a business trip to Atlanta.
Mr. Theodore Smith a student at
Cleamson spent the week end at home.
Supt. of 'Educatior, F. V. Clayton
is in Columbia this week on business.
Mr. Charlie Curtis a teacher at
Martin spent last Saturday and Sun
day in this city.
Mr. W. H. Hawkins principal of
the Keowee school was a visitor in
Mr. Lonnie Jennings left last week
for Hoisington, Kansas where he has
accepted a position.
Roy Nealey and wife are spending
scme time with their parents Mr.
and h:'s. H. A.*Ncaley.
Miss Ethelyn Gantt who is teach
ing at Martin school spent last week
end at homae with her parents.
Dr. and Mirs. George Curetonl and
family spent Sunday in Belmont, N.
C., with irs. Curet in's parcnts.
M1iss Ellen Freeman spent several
days last week at the home of Miss
Sarah Mace 1"reenia in Greenville.
MrI. 1 Ga'ry IHiott, editor of The Sen
.iine is ill at his hc:mic. Isis many
f'i iend:s wish hi 1 a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Christopher of
Anderson spent last Sunday with the
former's pa rents, Judge and Mrs. N.
(The basket ball te.am of Pickens
high will play the team of Easley
oil the Pickens e.onrt next lriday
afternioun at three-thirty o'clock.
Mr. A. E. iavis and family and
Emily and , Marvin Nealcy, visited
Air. Joe inley's family who lives
near Cross Reads church Sunday.
M2r. and Mrs. C. E. Robinson, Jr.,
andi two chilstren , Of G reenville spent
last Sunday at the home of their
j'arcnts, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Robin
MMr. and Mrs. Sam Snow and little
lau oehter Annie Laurie, of Greer,
spent last Sunday at thit home of
2fr. and M1rs. II. E. Jones of this
rs. T. L. Hviens and family
motored to Greenwood last Sunday
to See 1rs. I3iven's son, Allen, who
is attending school at [ailey Military
Mrs. \V. M. Mlurphee and son from
H am' Walhalla and Mrs. W. Henry
'rince from Picket Post visited their
father, J. M. Neely and brother H.
A. Ncely's family last week end.
Mr's. I. Cox and daughter, Miss
Mildried, left Monday for Washington
where they wvill attend -the tuneral
of Mrs. Cox's brother, Mr. L. F.
Menecham wvho (lied suddenly last Sun
Among those -attending the Billy
Sunday meeting at Spartanburg last
Thursday were: Misses Ruth Diggs,
Gladys Parsons, Sarah Finley, Wili
Mac Benjman, Mr's. Ada- Alexander
Mrs. Wayne Mauldin, Rev. J. C
Diggs, Mir. and Mrs. TemI) Bowen and
.Mir. F. L. Findley andic other's.
NOT'1IE OF FINAL SE''LEMIENT
Notice is hereby given that I wil]
make applicatiofi to N. A. Christoph.
. r Esq., JTudge of Probate foir Pi-ekem
county,,in the State of South Caroli
nla, on Friday the 10th clay of Marecl
1922, ait 11 o'clock in the for'enoon, oi
as soong thei'eaftei' as said applieation
can be0 heard, for leave to make fmal
settlement of the Personal estate of
A. .J. Sentell, deceased, and obtair
dhischar'ge as Administratrix of sai
Mm's. Ihnttie Sentell,
L.OST-Betwveen Garrett's stoi'e anti
P'ickensc, an automobile tiire and rim,
size 3I4x4 1-2. Finder will please
notify TI. A. Nealhy or The Sentinel
COMM UNITY PRESSING CLUB.
Next Door To Edwards & D~arsey.
Cleaning, P'refsing, Dyeing, and Al
.All work Called For
Give God Your Heart and Summecy
Your Clothes and We wvill Keep You
M. E. SUM MEY, Prop).
will break a Cold, Fever and Grippe
quicker than anything we know, pre
The Taylor Coluitt Tie and Pole
Co., afanonnee that theyA are now in
I position to handle all the White
Oak ties brought In and pay CASH
foir them. Brother that sounds good
for the CASH Is what we are need-.
ing most these (lays.
- We; the undersigned, hereby' warn
all personh fhot to hunt birds on obi
land, under the penalty of the law.
T. B. Robinson'
J. M. Brazeale
P. M.- Brazeale
O. C: Crenshaw
J. L. ,Hunter
J. A. H. Townes
S. L. Simmons
J. T. Massingill
W. M. Martin
J. B. Brazealo
W. P. Long
The time for taking returns for
the fiscal year 1922 will open the
second day of January, 1922, and will
close February 20, 1922, after which
50 per cent penalty will be added, as
provided by latv for non-returns.
Reassessment of all property will
b made in 1922, as provided by law.
Tax return blanks for 1922 may be
found at the following places:
Central-Farmers Bank, Central
Bakck, Isagncena Mill.
Central It 4-W. S. Gantt, J. L.
Calhoun R I-T. S. Ramsay.
Cateechee-L. L Leopard.
Norris-D. C. Garrett.
Clemson College-P. S. McCollum
Libei ty-Liberty Bank, Farmer
and Merchants Bank, W. B. Glenn,
Faslev Mill No. 2 office.
Liberty R 1-M. Joe Boggs.
Easley-Ea-ley Mil No. 1 office,
Commercidl Bank, Easley Loan and
Trust Co., Magistrate Jameson, Alice
Mill ofliee, Glenwood Mill office.
Eanley R. F. D.-L. L. Smith, J.
Dacusville--N. B. Williamns, G. W.
Marrictta R 2-IL. S. Edens.
Picl:ens R 2-D. E. Garrett.
Pickens R 3-J. B. Chastain.
Pickens it 4-S. E. Edens, A. C.
Nimmons-_^. C. Bowcie.
Eastatoe-W. It. McKinney.
Six Mile--J. L. Dillard. "
Sunset-A. T. Winchester.
HENRY A. TOWNES, Auditor.
sire for comfo:
ance, have cr<
the perfect fitt
You will find in our big 1
Brassieres-made 'of fine grade
-front or back lace style, ini
sizes for the slender, medium oi
gum delights t : F
young and old.
It "melts in your ,
mouth" and the gum in the
center remains to aid digestion,
brighten teeth and' soothe mouth
There are the other WRIGLEY
friends to choose from, too:
id the sensible de..
rt and neat appear
hated a demand for
ing corset. V
ine of Madam Graco and Kabo Corsets and . <
coutils in pink, Wvhite and fancy brocaded 4
nediu mi or lowv bust, long or short skirt, jn
stou t figure, wvith stout hose supporters
shet rOur Butterick Fashion
shets orMarch are now be
ing g'lven out F R E E. These
not only 'give you the pre
dominating styles of the sea
.son but with the use of the
Butterick Patern it will en
able you to save in the mate
rial and cost of the garment'
that you want to make. Ask
for a Fashion Sheet.. You
will find the suggestions up
to the minute and well~worth
Is Assured and Low Prices a Certainty
RDS & DARSEYFX'
Lssors to 1T. L. Benson & Co. s