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Put an Egg in Jhc ay's Lunch B i
Pid you kpov the .avera -farm hen lays 80 eggs per year?
Good layink strains average 140 to 200 and sonic lay over 300.
Good breeding, housing and care ma kes the difference.
-A. E. iMONDS, PICKENS, S. C.
265' to 300 .egg stra in White Leghorn.
$2.00 for 15. $10 per 100.
Special for Friday & Saturday
DAINTY MAID CANDY---Regular Retail
Price, 80c. Special at 69c.
If you don't think this candy worth 803 we
will retu:n your money. All chocolate covered
caramels, nuts, fruits.
We also have a nice line of loose chocolates
and other candy.
"TPry Thxw _Drug( Store/ Firs!".
b R. E. Lewis, Prop Phone 24
You Will Find Me Doing Bus
iness at the Same Old Place
and if you want the highest prices for
produce, bring it to me.
I am paying:
18c per lb. for hens.
25c per lb .for fryers up to 65c.
1Oc per lb. for old roosters.
18c per lb. for dry hams.
$2.00 Bu. for bunchi peas.
$2.25 for vine peas.
Greenville market for eggs.
Yours for trade,
U. W. H ENDRICKS
NOW IS THE TIME
to have that Ford overhauled
and' put in good shape for Spring.
We -use genuine Ford parts, and
guarantee all our work to be sat
Your tractor shnuld be put in
good shape now also.
N. P. SIften, Jr., Pickens
666 is a prescription for Cold,. Iross tie cheeks are money. They
andLa~ipp. .t'sthemos spedyand e o~~hpg What more can a man
remedy we know! . . ., e xpget,t ese days? .
L.oCal S and ~PUI'Uia
cotton is bringing 18c a pound iN
Mrs. 11. 1. Jones spent last Monda
Mr. T. L. Bivens left Monday for
a business trip to Columbia.
Miss Frances Bruce is Improving
after several days Illness.
Mrs. I. Cox and Miss Mildred Cox
visited in Greenville last Monday.
Dr. J. L. Valley left Tuesday morn
ing for a business trip to Charleston.
Messrs. Frank and Clint Mauldin
visited relatives in Pickens last Mon
Miss Emily Thornley has rcturned
to Ccnverse college after being )iome
on account of illness.
Miss Virginia Ligon of Easley spent
several days of last week with rela
tives in this city.
Mr. Willie McDaniel who holds a
position at Arderson. spent a few day,
in Pickens last week.
Mr. James Amos Knox of Easley
Ks- at t it day last week in this city
Mr. B. I. McDaniel of Atlanta spent
S. rI da.ys last vee'k at home with
his parents near Pickens.
Mr. Roy Hlerl( hns returned to the
I lonea l'ath high school after spend
ing a week At home with his parents.
Miss Bessie Stewart of G. W. C.,
sP tt. hist week end at home with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. l. Stewart.
Mr. Marion Lesesne, a student at
Wotrord college spent last week end
at home with his mother, Mrs. Hor
"Ransey Milholland," by Booth
Tarkington, begins in today's Senti
nel. Be sure to read first chapters
if you like good stories.
Don't forget to go to the box sup
per to be given at the court house,
Friday night March 10, for the oene
fit of the Pickens track team.
Mrs. Ada Farmer was called to
Athens Alamaba last week on account
of the death of her brother, who was
a resident of that city.
The Pickens basketball team will
play the Easley team at the Easley
court Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock,
Go' and yell for our girlS.
Miss Grace McDaniel who has been
making her home with her sister, Mrs.
B. G. Moore in Forest City, N. C., is
visiting relatives in Pickens.
We are very glad to report that
the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
B. T. McDaniel who has been very ill
is improving rapidly.
Miss Aurora Mathews has heturned
home from the Greenille~ hospital,
where she undlerwent a very serious
operation. We are glad to report
that she is improving very nicely.
Much interes't has been aroused in
Pickens by a resolution introduced in
the state sdnate last week which
would nrovide for investigating. the
feasibility of building a hard-surfac(
roadl from Charleston to Pickens.
The members of tihe Woman's Mis.
s ion ary society of Grace Methodisi
church had a very delightful meeting
lest Monday afternoon. A survey 01
the past year showed progress in bott
home and foreign wvork. We taki
courage andl co forward with renewe<
ener~gy to still better things, we trusi
NOTICE TO SCHOOLS
Those schools which have beei
getting subscriptions to The Sentine
in order to get a dlictionary shouki
make a report as to what they havy
(one by March 11.
If any school which started ou
to get the required number of sub
scribers finds it cannot obtain tha
many, The Sentinel will give a com
mission on the number which hay
If there is any school in the coun
ty which did not make an effort t<
get a dlictionary some representativ<
of the school should get in touch wit]
The Sentinel and see what we havy
The Sentinel has another interest
ing proposition to make every schoo
in Pickens county. It will enable
your school to raise money for it:
own use. See us by March 11.
Rlub-My-Tism, antiseptic and pal
killer, fr r infect ed sores, te'ti
mprains, nenralgia, rheumatism.
The Taylor Colquitt Tie and Pok
Co., announce that they are now ir
a ,.osition to handle all the White
Oak ties brought in and pay CASH
for them. Brother that sounds good
fo~r the CASH Is what we are need
ing most these days.
wilbreak a Cold, Fever and Grippi
quickesr than anything we know, pre
The Big Festival Week At Columbia, S.
APRIL 17th 10 22q
F0 The Fashion Show, Style (bi6 State Wide Beauty Contest Cro
eaturig the P-lnifesta Queen,. Au-Show e nd Trades .Pipl,,Baby
Floats Parade, Daily'Bant'd n)N'rtg',T'irewofk ailad host, hf
GRAND OPE14A STAR NIGHT
PLAN TO COME AND BRING THE FOLKS
MANUFACTURERS: Reserve space now
FOR INFORMATION WRITE TIfF FOI4 ING AT CQLUMBIA, S. C.4
J. L. Mininaugh,.Jr. Jas. M. Gr.n H. F. Eldridge 4
General Chairman Exhibit Space Publicity
VOTE FOR PALMAFETSA QUEEN
A Spring Suggestion
That Middy, Blouse or Dress
E ver fast suiting
D oes not fade, guaranteed, in
Wearing, washing or boiline.
A ssortment of collars to select from
R eally something new to this trade
D urable, dressy and up to the minute in
S tyle for a spring dress, middy or blouse.
& you will ibe pleased toxY
D oing as others are doing.
.A iready making their selections
R eally wonderful goods they say,
- ~S eems to appeal-to one and all -
E ither young or old, but we say,
Y ou look and be your own judge.
Quality Is Assured and Low Prices a Certainty
EDWARDS & DARSEY C,
Successors to T. L. Benson & Co.
(Butterick Patterns In Stock.)
B. F. Martin, Sam B. Craig G. G. CHRISTOPHER TRESP~ASS NOTICE
E. M. Blythe 0. C. Keith Attorney-at-Law,
Greenville, S C Pickens,<? C Pratiee jn all Courts. We, the undersigned, hereby warn
Marin, Blythe, Craig & Keith Offie over Pickens Bank- all persons not to hunt birds on our
LAWYERS Pickens, S. C. land, under the penalty of the law.
Pickens, South Carolina -CaleCidea
Practice in State and Federal Courts DR. J. L. AIKEN T .Rbno
Pickens Office Phone 39 Dentist. J .Bael
Reasonable Pices. P .Bael
J. R. Martin J. H. Earle Masonic Bldg., Pickens, S. C. 0 .Cesa
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C. -J .Hne
--..NOTICE TO PUBLICJ.AH.Twe
MARTIN & EARLE W rt ae ieI .L imn
Pratiee in all Courts. UeanOcupnIsrneC
Pickens Offie -in Court House. ggs elayhn h o ae ~ J .Bael
Greenvlle Offee opposite Postoffee,toeMaAuin.D l nR lEs
tae wre usFirst.E.Lur ende o, FranferaIn
Phone 0on Cenura, Lab . Insurance,~