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Colunbia, AP': t2nd.
South Carolina's big gala ieek, Firework
Parades, Statewide Beautyr 'Contest, Style an
Auto Show, Trades Displays, Music.
PLAN NOW TO COME.
Vote for Queen of Palmafesta
Mules for Sale
mules for sale ~at the
Newton & Bates
You Will Find Me Doing Bus
iness at the Same Old Place
and if vou want the-highest prices for
in-oduce, bring it to me.
I am paying:
20c per lb. for hens.
25c per lb. for fryers up to 65c.
10c per lb. for old roosters.
18c per lb. for dry hams.
$2.00 Bu. for bunch peas.
$2.25 for vine peas.
Greenville market for eggs.
Yours for trade,
J. W. H ENDRICKS
PICKENS CABINET WORKS
SASH -- DOORS - MoULDINGS
Rough and ressed Lumber of All Kinds.
~ Windshields cut and put in.
ben4(jfy pir homnet
YOU l ""i.n" a at niary oppor-.
tumities around the hiome for
Pee Gee RE-NU-LAC.. ~
It refmnishes floors and woodwork beautifully bright
ens marred furniture, renew~ wickerware, lighting
fi ts pitur r ams in fact, restores any worn
is made especially for home'ise -.it stains and
varnishes in one application. The expense is trifling,
oo.~ ~ and great the enjoyment of making old things new.
-A protectirig coat of Pee Gee Rp- 4~AC wil keep
PAS8,EE-GAUL.8ERT CO everything bright and beautiful dnd Saue the Surface.
Pickens Lumber Co., Pickens, S. C.
Miss Sara Mae Freeian of Green.
ville spent last Monday in the city..
.Miss Ruth Acker of Easley is a
guest at the bome of Mr. and Mrs.
Newton and Bates, local .stock deal.
era, are advertising some good mules
for sale at reasonable' prices.
Miss Grace Mathews and Mr. De
Witt Mathews spent last* weelt-end
visiting relatives in Martin, Ga.
Mr. Allen Bivens, a student at
Bailey Military InstTfute, spent the
eleventh and twelfth of this month at
The "back" mountains were covered
with snow Monday and its effect on
the atmosphere could be sufficiently
felt in Pickens.
' Miss Annie Pearl Shirly, one of
the efficiant tc-ac.hers of Six Mile
Academy, spent the week-end with
Rev. and Mrs. B. P. Mitchell.
Seycial communications were re
ccived by Thu Sentinel too late for
publication this week. The.y will be
printe(l next week.
The Baptist ladies enjoyed a meet.
ing of'their mis.i ona ry society at the
hcme of Mis. B. E. Giandy last
The Ladics missionary society of
the Plrcsbyt-n ian church held a very
initeresting meeting at Mrs. 13. Lewis
hl-ilcm l Monday afternoon.
A. P. Ilamimond, the white leghorn
chicken man, is going to give away
a hen and a cockerel to his custo
m.us. Read his ad in this paper.
Among the Clemson boys that were
at home for last Saturday and Sunday
werc: Messrs. Theo Smith, Robert
Reark, Leon Robinson and Don Roark
Miss Bernice Parsons, a student at
Winthrop College, was at home sev
eral days on account of the death of
her giandfather, Mr. W. T. Bowen.
Rev. F. T. Cox's subjeet for the 1i
o'clock service at the Baptist church
next Sunday will be "Heaven." His
subject for the '7:30 evening service
will be "A Hell for Sinners."
Miss Elaine Keith of Clemson Col
lege spent last week end at home with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Keith. She had as her guests, Miss
Louise Burgess and Miss Leila Hart
Those wvho attended the sermvices
at Scona laist Sunmday had a treat.
Miss Shirly, a te~acher in the Six Mile
academy, made a talk that wvas very
approorriate, after wvhich Bro. Claud
Loopor p)icachedl an excellent sermon.
Some thoughtless person or per
sons have been pulling the flowers
in the coin tery, and it grieves those
wvho put them there to have it (1one.
It (~C.e'tr to us t'hat t he city council
should pass; sonme regulations re
gariding this offense.
Mr. E'X. . Med~ford, wvho spent sev
e al mo~nths in this city superintend
inig the installat ion ci' the city water
wm i , le ft last w(tek for his hieadl
qua rter~s in At laintIa. D~uing hi' so
jonuin in this city Mir. Aledfordl nurle
On Friday a ftce rcn, Merci~h 17,
alis. Vain Clayton, Mi s. E'arl .Morris
and1( \l iss. Mary Merris w~ ehotse
at the home cf' their miother MIrs. A.
M. Morris, honoring Miss Mildred
Ccx, whose w~ dd ing to Dr. P aiden E.
Woodhf it i ook place Wed nesday
This beautiful home wams unusually
alt active with qutanities of spring
flowvers and ferns. The guests were
iresented with bottles labeled somec
''disease'' and askedl to write upon
prescr~iiption blanks their remedy for
al(id d(ieae. These remiedies wvere
>riginal, and caused much merriment.
l'hy were then invited into the dlininig
'oom where upon the table a minature
iouse with the shingle, Dr. Paden
vVoodruff, very conspiciously placed.
l'he bride to be was then instruictedl,
ni an original poecm, to lift the roof
>fl the hous&, andl when she had (lone
0 found it *to contain many packages,
~ach bearing a label. These packages
>r<(,ved to be beautiful and usefugj
:ifts. The next few minutes wore
altnt in telling Irish jokes, (this be..I
nig St. Patrick's (lay) after which deC
ightful ice cream and angel cake was
ierved. As a fitting climax a bride's
:ake (a cheese box beautifully (lec
rarated with bride and etipids) was
brought in, which when "cut" was
fIled with more beautiful gifts and
manny symbols of love and good wish.
BOYS PLA iPRO4gg
D. B. Finney, of Pickens, has
sigried a dontract to play baseball this
season with the Flint 'team of the
Michigan-Ontario league and expects
to leave here in a week or two to
report for duty. D. B. is the property
of the Pittsburg team of the Nation.
al league and that team "farmed" him
cut to the Flint team. If he makes
a good showing this tear the Pitts.
burg tean will give him a trial next
season. Finney played with the Lib.
erty team of the Piedmont textile
league last year and was one of the
leading players in that circuit. His
friends hero believe he will make good
with Flint.. He is an outfielder.
-Colie Seaborn, another Pickens boy,
has- signed to play with Columbia of
the South Atlantic league. Colic
formerly starred on the baseball and
football teams of the University of
South Carolina and last year pla'yed
with Knoxville in the Appalachian
league where he hit over .300. He is
a catdher. If he makes good on the
Columbia team his Pickens friends
will have a chance to see him play
when Columbia visits Greenville this
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gillespie, Mrs.
A. S. Perter, Mr. and Mrs. Diggs were
among those from Pickens who at
te nded the. District Sunday Schoel In..
Ftl it in Easley last Tuslay.
"Dolly" is dead. Dolly was probab..
ly the oldest horse in Pickens county.
She was :i7 years old and owned by
Capt. J. T. Taylor of Pickens. she
w so old and feeble she could not
get a'1lound aly mrcae, So Captain Imer
cifully chloreforme(l her and had her
laid to rest Monday.
The Cential Ticwvnship Singing Con.
vention will IeL with the First Bap
tist church at Central, Sunday, March
26, at 2 1). m. All singers and lovers
of'iusic invited to attend.
REV. 0. L. CLAYTON WILL
Rev. 0. L. Clayten will preach at
Salcm Methodist church the fourth
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock; at
Bethlehem fourth Sunday afternoon
at 3:30; at Bethel first Sunday after
noon at 3:30; at Twelve Mile third
Sunday afternoon at 3:30.
their will, didn't th
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~ SHI-EM shoes this t
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shirts are hard to b
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about such lovely pi
the minute in style
Goods to suit
Our stock is I
wour needs at any t
at any time, for yoi
HONOR1 ROLLTWELif MILE.
First Grade.-Leslie Blackston, Lu.
ther Blackston, Roscoe ,Blackston,
Sarah Kelley, Columbus Kelley, Clar
Second Grade.-Ch:istine Alexan
der, Essie Blackston, Laura Hudson,
Eula Perritt, Guy Ragisdale, Gladys
Ragisdale, Lloyd Stewart, Vera
Stewart, J. Roe Simmons.
Third Grade.-Lizzie Blackston, La.
'voy Christopher, Gladys Stephens,
Waldo Stephens, Edna Simmons.
Fourth Grade.-Josie Perritt, Vera
Graveley, Vera Brazeale, Edith Smith,
Macy Simmons, Lucille Towfies, Val
ley Simmons, Roscoe Ponder.
Fifth Grade.-Pereley Galloway,
Thomas Graveley, Charles Kirksey,
Haynesworth Nicholos, Eunice Porter,
Lois Porter, Mertie Hudson, Nina
Simmons, G.raee Ragsdale, Lillian
Alexander, Lois Christopher, Mae
Sixth Grade.-Paul Williams, Cee.y..
le Fields, Verner Brazeale, Ballenger
Hudson, Julia Towens, Mary (ftvely.
Seventh Grade.-Henry Hudson.
Eighth Gradc--Lucy Hudson, Flor.
ide Alexander, Harold Townes, Wrone
THE HOODOOD COON
The H(oodood Coon as renderc-d by
the girls and boys of the mill village
lIt Satuiday night for the bencfit of
the band was suclh a1 pleasing success
that thcy have bcen asked and have
consented to give the play again next
Saturday night. . Most of those who
saw it want to see it again. It is a
ekgn, laugh-producing, side-splitting
entn tainient of about two hours and
the guarantee is that everybody who
don't get- thejr money's worth and can
preve it will get, their money back.
Saturday night, March 25, 7:30 at the
mill school auditorium.
County Agent Bowen regrets very
much that he was unable to attend
the cotton meetings he had scheduled
last wcek. He was prevented from
attending thomn owing to the sickness
and death of his father and he begs
the people to bear with him. The
meetings will be held later.
Mr. and Mrs. Grose of Welford
spent last Sunday with the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Boggs.
man, someone must have r
t the clothes you are wearing.
iis is aST YLEPLUS suit I b
ot only fits and feels good, bul
se clothes are guaranteed.
>out those shoes you look so di
hem there too. Thought i'd t
rtainly got a goodl shoe for]
hey carry a good line of stt
ly in ready-to-wear, but the
atterns in dress goods, and th
your taste and at prices to su
arge and we' are continually f
ime. Will be glad to show y<
are always welcome.
Is Assured and Low Prices a Certain
(RDS & DA]
~ssors to T. L. Benson 2
Butterick Patterns In Stock.)
Iu ~ ~ ofCounty, WhU
tees Ass l o. March 4.
An important weeting of the Pick.
ens County School Trustee. assocla
tion will be hold in the court house
on Friday afternoon, March 24, at
2:30 o'clock. All old trustees as well
as the recently appointed 'On are
urgently requested to be present at
this meeting, as some unusually im
portant questions will come Ap for.
Apnori the subjects to be discussed
.wil) be0the selection of school teach.
ers';school finances, and program for
-coming year. Officers of the assoc.
iatlon will also be elected at this
DOES YOUR HOUSE
Has Your Stretigth Left You? Gude's
Popto-Mangan Will Restore It.
If you have dyspepsia and head
aches, and feel "all in," don't take it
for granted that there is no relief.
Strength and ambition for your tasks
will come when you build up your
weakened blood 'with Gude's Pepto
Mangan. Takc it With your meals a
few weeks and see the pernanent
bent lit. It is just the thing to aid
you to recover full health. This won
derfully efficient form of foqd iron
quickly improves the appetite, ad(ls
color to.checks and lips and imparts
sti enigth to the jaded Iuseks. Re
i~nmber to ask fcr Gude's Pepto
Mangan. Sold in both liquid and
tablet form. Advertisement.
LoST.-one Iadies bracelet watch,
Elgin, and one geld fountain pen.
Finder please return to Sentinel of
fice and receive reward.
COMMUNITY PRESSING CLUB.
Next Door To Edwards & Darsey.
Cleaning, P'ressing, Dyeing, and Al
All work Called For
Give God Your Heart and Sumimey
Your Clothes and We will Keep You -
M. f. SUMMEY, Prop.
emembered YOU in
ught at Edwards
it wears well."
'essedi up in?
r'y a pair' of FLOR._
know what they+
tfl, their hats and
ladies are talking
ey are right up to 4
it your purse.
illing in to hitve
u through our line