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FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVE
Terms arranged to suit your.
GENUINE FORD PARTS
J. M. Smith Auto Co.
Authorized Ford and Fordson Dealers
Phone 101. Easley,.S. C.
We Sell 'em All Over Pickens
F. C. Burnett, Main Street, Picken. S. C.
PLUMmING & HEATING
Large Steck of Fixture.. on Hand. Estimates Furnid4ie d Free.
Some good, serviceable
mules for sale at the
Newton & Bates
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:
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 Bui. for bunch peas.
$2.25 'for vine peas.
Greenville market for eggs.
Yours for trade,
U. W. H ENDRICKS
PICKENS CABINET WORKS
SASH - DOORS - MOULDINGS
LIME - CEMENTS
Rough and Dressed Lumber of All Kinds.
We have a good assortment of glass.
Windshields cut and put in.
X .9 .
Miss Jonnie Attaway of Liberty
spent last week end in this city.
Miss Annie Pearle Shirley was the
guest of.Misses Elva and Ethel Stew
art. last week-end.
Mr. Dwight Attaway of Liberty
spent last Sunday at his home in
Mrs. Stell'a P. Hopkins spent the
week end at the home of her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. F. S. Porter.
Miss Emily Thornley of Converse
College spent last Saturday and Sun
day at her home in this city.
Mrs. Inez Crump, a teacher of one
of the Greenville schools, visited at
VWe home near this city last week
Misses Annie Brown and Lucile
Calines of Greenville were the guests
of Mrs. Federick Van Clayton for
several (lays last week.
Miss Eleen Finley is at home for
a short vacation after teaching at
Three and Twenty school for the
Miss Bessie Stewart a student at
G. W. C. spent last week end at the
home of her parents Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thrasher of
Townville spent last week end at the
home of Mrs. Thrasher's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. L. Findley.
A large crowd of Pickens people
attended the B. M. . Minstrel which
was given in Easley last Friday
night. It was greatly enjoyed by
all who attended.
Mr. Wille McDaniel has returned
to Anderson after having spent Sat
urday an(d Sunday with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. McDaniel.
Mrs. B. R. Floyd and daughters of
Greenville, were the guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stewart
last Saturday and Sunday.
There will be an entertainment at
Bethlehem school house Thursday
night, April 13. Community string
band will furnish music. Everyon
is invited to come.
HONOR ROLL BETHLEHEM
First Grade.-Mary Pearl Bates
Loree Benson, Pickens Gilstrap
Clay Hicks, Jossie Herde, Jessit
Horde, Bessie Herde, C. P. Simnpns
Second Grade.--Feltz Aiken, Alie4
Bates, Floride Benson, Floyd Fields
Hurie Fortner, Nancy Mary Looper
Jessie Roper, Syble Roper, Beau
fort Simmens, Hlassie White, Main
dIa Wyatt, Gladys Waldrop, Frani
Third Grade.--Lizzie Belle Gil
strap, Gladys Coleman, Ruth Bates,
Nera Henry, Ora Henry, T. M. Loop.
er, Lloyd Parsons.
Fourth Grade.-Weldon Waldrop,
Fifth Grader.-Gertirude Coleman,
Nellie Davidson, Gladys Roper, Grace
Waldrop, Ralph Benson, Ernest Hol
den, Broadus Simmons.
sixth Grade.-Lillie Fortner, Wil
lie -Hicks, Frank Benson, David Ro
Seventh Grade.-Lillian Bates, An
nie Hicks, Vadie Simmons.
Mr. Robert Baker andl Miss Pear
Webb of Anderson county were mar
ried Saturday March .25 at Liberty
Rev. H1. A. Knox performed the cor e
Mrs. Baker is an attractive an(
.talen~cd young lady and was a ,opiu
Iar teacher at Townville this year
Mr. Baker is the son of Mrs. Craig
Baker one of Pickens sturd~iest young
- men andl a prcsperous farmer of thih
county. They wvill make their home
at Mrs. Bakers country home a few~
miles from Pickens. They have th(
goodl wishes of hosts of friends, and
ar welcomed cordlially to our~ midlsts.
W A LDR1OP-ELLISON
Married, April 2, 1922, at the Pick
ens parsonage, Miss Lois Waldrop'
and Mr. J. W,. Elliscn. Mr. Ellison
is ai business man of Easle'y. Mrs.
Ellison is a dleughter of Mr. and Mrs.
-S. S. Waldro~p of the Eanon section.
Thie happy couple have the~ conrtuI.
lations of their many friends for a
long and happy life together. Core
mony wvas performedC~ by Rcv. D
FOR1 SALE.-Brackets and Insula.
tosalso Telephone andl Electrical
suIpplies, see, Walter Hester at Th<
Qftf~iffJO t - Picked, -0
Martin, Bythe; Craig & Keith
Pickens, South - Carolina
Practice in State and Federal Courts
Pickens Office Pho: 9.
J. R. Martin J. H. Earle
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C.
MARTIN & EARLE
Pratice in all Courts.
Pickens Office in Court House.
Greenvlle Office opposite Postof~e,
The Sentinel has the. exclusive
agency in Picklns for Harcourt &
Co., Louisville, Ky., makers of
America's finest engraved wedding
invitations, announcements, cards,
stationry, etc. The Harcourt imi
print is the mark of highest quality.
Handsome samples may be seen at
The Sentinel office.
The Greenville Daily News and The
Pickens Sentinel one year each for the
price of The' News alone.
The Pickens Sentinel and the At
lanta Tri-Weekly Constitution one
year each for $2.25.
We are glad
plete l'iie of ladit
wil find our pric
. We also ,hav<
-You will find any
rolled brim Bang
We als'o enrry
shirts, extra t~roi
Ladies coats, coa
dress goods, rn
hams dlown to the
We have the
you see our good
Prtfe iall 0ouzts "Ytlt
SOffice over Piekens Bank. Reasonable Prices
Pickensi S. Q. Masonic Bldg.; Pickens,
Shoats Aid Pigs
We still have some of
those good shoats and pigs, but
they have- been selling like hot
cakes. Get 'em quick.
E. P. McCRAVY, Easley,
O'DELL BROS. Liberty.
The Capital city's big - festival
wt.Lk for the pcople of all the' State,
featuring: Float Parades, Baby- Par
Show, Auto Shc.w, Industrial Exhib
its ,cte. The 45 Beauty Queens from
each county in the State an4 1pe
Crowning of Queen of Palmatesta.
Engagement extraordinary, NORA
BAYES, the famous Broadway star
m2 2 and other amusement features.
in the State's History--COME
to advise our east tomers that we now have in a oem
as hand trimmed ha ts, in the latest spring designs. You
es reasonable and a various'assortment to seleot from...
just opened up ou r spiring line of menis and boys hats. ,.
'thing from the Ste tson or Schoble in felts, or the pencil
kok in straw dIown to the. old reliable Mexican sub hats.
a complete line of b oys and men's suits, dIress or work
isers, belts, shoes f rom the Florsheim to the wvork shoe.9
t suits, dlresses, an dI the largest patterns and colors in
ring from imlportedl Ponges, Silk Satins, 'French Ging- f
lowv pricedl ap;ron g inghams. .M
goods, you know yo ur needs andl we will be glad to have'7
s at any time. You are always welcome. - :.
Is Assured and Low Prices a Certainty
(RDS & DAR SEY .
assors to T. L. Benson & Co.
Butterick Patterns In Stock.)