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A Week'.,oi Joy and Fun
CVOLUMBIA, S. C.
APRIL 171h to 22nd.
Make Your Plans To Come
Vote for Queen of Palmafesta
THE U CAR
You have never before had the
opportunity of securing as much
motor car value -at so low a
price. Take advantage of this
The* homepme chniseytteouro ur r ad
ant.Firm yon andiiul wotan eap
r . esrd
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ade byhW hom Duat omerhaetis oentitle Mtour ad
$999.00U INGRELEr g ite
ant. Fim Barns iniiulsosnreso.
~ 4 ? 'orty Y 0 W. not sinst. REN IL
OnosTPeCai-hTT'' aieGn hreenS
go.i at present.
Rev. C. D. Garner filled his regular
appointment at Nine Forks and Pe
ters Creek .the -second Sunday.
Miss Elizabeth Robinson, accom
panied by Mrs. Robert Batson and
children of East Gant, visited home
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hunt have
moved from their farm to Greenville
city. Their son, Henry F., now oc
cupies the old home place. Mr. and
Mrs. Hunt will be very much missed
The B. Y. P. U. at Peters Creek
is again in working. order after th.e
So much rain is making disagree
able roads and retarding farm work.
Peters Creck school re-lected the
board of trustees Saturday, namely,
J. E. Friddle, W. E. Hunt, and W.
E. Simmons. Bonnie Blue.
TWELVE MILE SCHOOL NEWS.1
Just one more month of school
and the teachers and pupils are pre
paring for an entertainment at the
Mr. W. A. Mathqws, an expert
painter of Piekens, has just finished
his job of painting the new Twelve
Mile school house.
The boys of Martin school came
over to Twelve Mile last Thursday
for a game of baseball and got de
feated by a score of 17 to 11. Hurrah
for the Twelve Mile boys!
Our boys also went over to Hagood
school Monday and defeated that
team also. 4
The trustee election held Saturday
passed off very quitely, although the
largest number of votes were polled
that have ever been .polled here.
Following is the result of the elec
tion: W. M. Hudson, 57. Ed Brazeale,
58; Robert M. Welborn, 58; James L.
Stephens, 6; W. Pink Long, 7; Robert
SimmoAs, 8. Messrs. Hudson, Braze..
ale and Welborn were elected. -
FARM TENANCY IN PICKENS.
In 1920, according to the U. S.
census report, 53 out of every 100
farms in Pickens county were worked
by tenants. In 1910 it was 63 out
PREACHING AT SECONA
We are glad to announce that
young Claud Looper Will preach at
Secena church next Sunday at eleven
B. P. Mitchell.
PREACHING DAYS ON NORRIS
Rev. J. W. Prior, pastor, announces
a new schedule of preaching (lays on
the Norris charge as follows:
First Sunday.-Fairview at 11 a
in.; Twelve Mile at 4 p. m.
Second Sunday.-Bethlehem at 11
a. i.; Norris at 4 p. i.
Third Sunday.-Cateechee at 11 a
Im.; Fairview at 4 p. i.
Fourth Sunday.-Gap Hill at 11 a
i.; Norris at 4 p. m".
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to publicly thank those kind
friends and neighbors who were Uc
good and thoughtful to me during
the ree..nt sickness and death of my~
dear wife. They will never be0 for
gotten andl I pray-that God wvill bless
each one of them.
E. L. Cochran.
The Greenville Daily News and Th<
Pickens Sentinel one year each for th(
price of The News alone.
The Pickens Sentinel and the At
lanta Tri-Weekly Constitution ont(
year each for $2.23.
The Taylor Colquitt Tie and Polt
Co., announce that they are nowv ir
a position to handle all the Whit<
Oak ties brought in and pay CASIB
for them. Brother that sounds goo(
feor the CASH is what wve are need
ing most these days.
first. He is your neighbor an
~ity, where the business rnen
ear in this directory are know
If you wish to know something<
vice, ask any of our owners. All
CyCl00e Star I
We have stated probably a hun.
dred times that we cannot publish
an article of any kind in The Senti
nel unless we know who the authoz
is, yet every week we receive letters
for publication with nothing to tell
us who wrote them. Unsigned let
ters go to the waste basket.
We will not publish.-a correspon
dent's name if requested not to do
so, but The..Sepntinel must know who
sends in every article we publish.
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
We write, Fire Insurance, Life -In
surance, Automobile Insurance, Cot
ton Insurance, Liabi'ity Insurance,
Uso and Occupancy Insurance, Col
lect Accounts, Write Deeds and Mort
gages, Sell anything that you have
to sell at Auction. Deal in Real Es
tate. See'us first. E. L. Henderson,
Central, S. C.
Oliver Typewriter Company, Au
thorized Selling Station, latest model
Number Nine equipped with the New
Commercial key board and noisless.
The greatest value ever offered by a
Typewriter Company. - $49.50 Casb
and $55.00 on time. $3.00 down per
month until paid.
No one who does any business at all
can now afford to be without a type
Write us about particulars and the
five day free offer.
OLIVER TYPEWRITER COMPANY.
F. B. Morgan, Central, S. C.
HYDRANGEAS, pink, white ,blue,
good roots, 15c each; red fuchia, root
ed, 15e each; red and white begonia,
ever-blooming, good roots, 10c each;
single and double geraniums, all col
tors, ready to bloom, good roots, 15c
each. ever-blooming blue plumbgo,
good roots. 20c each: pink pine burrs,
well rooted,1-15c each; ever-blooming
August lily. white or blue, 10c each;
ever-blooming surprise lily, 10c a
bulb: 3 colors of Wandering Jew, 1c
a joint; cutting of any of these 5<
each. Arttie Aiken, R2, Marrietta
The Taylor Colquitt Tie and Pol
Co., announce that they are now it
a position to handle all the Whit<
Oak ties brought in and pay CASt
for them. Brother th-at sounds goo(
for the CASH is what we are need
ini most these days.
G. G. CHRISTOPHER
Pratice in all Courts.
Office over Pickens Bank.
Pickens, S. C.
B. F. Martin, Sam B. Cra
E. M. Blythe 0. C. Kei
Greenville, S C Pickens, S
Martin, Blythe, Craig & Keith
Pickens, South Carolina
Practice in State and Federal Cour
Pickens Office Phone 39
J. R. Martin J. H. Ear
Greenville, S. C. . Pickens, S.
MARTIN & EARLE
Pratice in all Courts.
Pickens Office in Court House.
Greenvlle Office opposite Postoffic
DR. J. L. AIKEN
Masonic Bldg., Pickens, S. C.
I helping you to build up yo
are always glad to see yOU a
'n by The Sentinel to be relic
rs In Greenville
)N & GUERRY
if the Cyclone truck and Cyclone Ser
:et & Truck Co.
yile, . C.
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T ii is caivpaign .ytar uni d .
citizen will want to- red tis. county
For more than, half a century 'lhe
Pickens Sentinel hag se(ed the best
interests- of Pickens .county and be
lieves it Is now entering the most
useful years of Its long life;
The more subscribers The Sypinel
has the better able it will be to serve
The subscription of The Sentinel
is $1.50 a year, $1.00 for eight months.
The subscription price dannot and
will not be reduced. -
T HE magic touch of
making it look like the di
It's easy and inexpensive to
home bright and beautiful witl
* el eon any a
- F/C Burnett, Mai
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ASK Buret MainLLW
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EAGLE PENCIL CC
ur home town and county. V
rad will take pleasure in helpin
ble. Tell them you are from
The Car that outstripped h
NEAR THE AMERICAN
We appreciate th<
we receive from
You are always
carried in stock. House wiring
specialty. Walter Hester, at Tho
Sentinel office, phone 27.
FOR SALE.-Brackets and Insulli -
tors al'o Telephone and Electrical
supplies, see, Walter Hester at The
The tie market at Pickens is open
ing up and the people are taking
advantage of it to get ready cash to
tide them over these tight times.
Pee Gee RE-NU-LAC
i and marred furniture
ty it left the store.
keep everything about the
obtain the finest results with
RE-NU-LAC on woodwork,
rare, picture frames, in fact
urface that needs refinishing.
Gee RE-NU.LAC comes In sit
from 30c up id. In 20
li ood an namel Color.
Io. Gold and Silver.
Peastee-Gaulbere Co., Mfrs.
Louisville - Kentucky
Ask For Color Card
PICKENS LUMBER CO
PICKENS, S. C.
Street, Pikn. .C
Peci No. 174,
Made in five grados
ENCIL WITH THE RED BAND
MPANY, NEW YORK
(hen he cannot supply |
g you to get just what
'the VELIE Car.
igher priced cars at PIKES
BANK, GREENVILLE, s. C.
a liberal patronage
the good people of
ey Hardware Co.
vil, sO C.