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ap1cK1NS, S. CO'
SLISED EVERW THURSDA
a o a Ye:r invariably In Advan
etijtred at I ickens, S. 0. Postoflice i
*S wond Claps Mal! Matter.
GARY 1I1OTT, Editor and Mgr.
INSTALLING WATFRWORKS I
COURTlOUSE AND JAIL
Pluiberst begim work Ionday ii
stntling piing and other phimbin
fitures inl the court hicuse inl ordc
that the building may he 4erved b
thc city waterwrks syst:-m. Whe
t'1a court. house work is finishe
.mila.r work will beg..in oil the count:
The plan~s are'.e i ad whlel
ermplcted thlere ;--ill i,e a ladies
t!kt oi the Ii:., f:oci 0, the cour
- , i a li il '!" m en's tilet wlhiel
t i. fV r e l the base
r :it. A i)O i i,*iu .-t foutil
'At'ries v u.. n, L
% -. I v, I ni
< iltl u h m I e t :: \'fZi
.J. G. Ain- :' G cwr h;as the con
trla( ; r doi lte. u tn work.
The werebene-11 of ian will ob
svV. the tua eu.,toi this year c
Ocsinlr thai. .t. earlii ddrin
thev h- t .,unun11e:- me(:,hS aif allowinl
their clerk:i some recreation durin
the a.ienV s. The followinig met
ezimt ha ve at" eed to close thei
. ac:hi <ay at (::10 o'clock es
'trf Sattuindhiys. 1rem April 15 t
&pltmber 15: Folger, Ilendricks -
('. 30 rs& CoPcesUardwar,
uid C-rceery Co., Eadwards & Darese)
\. C. GrIavtly, T. L. Bivetis & Co.
SINGING CONVENTION TO 31EE
Gtreat Cr(.wd ExpcertA t0 Attend(
Trhe~ Piakens~ ii cunty timirin .-: eat
v.titonl will be hld wi'h the ehmi'
ot 1:.'6h1. 0h ree miles; west (t' E-:as
A v.il 2 and 23 which will he t
fourth Sel'Aday and Satui:ty beto
'1The 10Use has recentv lben 1
paired '1nd kimmno inl ,elcnii
So let every chnrleiah an( ' Sun
school in Ct cuny olnd dele!.at
ve expectl soon- of the Ist .int
in South Carolina (At be there to si
the gospel of Chri4sI. Be a;I IIIl
Saturday mior In1ing at 10 o'e.lock
begin the service. WN e arjie look1i
for an immelnls Ilroig of people.
let the people beatgin toa think ov
how miany ehicke~ns, hamls, cows, et
to) have.' reatdy for dljiner, both Se
urdayv and Sunday. TFhose whoa. ha1
8teen stingers eati cout at . conntio
have an idlea that thea big fiots lul
le usted ini coo1kingi. esies il
.1iner *, it. .s whispereda arotund th
severa Il prn(ril(s ari ic xpetcd at
ifthat htt trule. "hide~1 out , litt.
A\ Iree entertaimneat illh be git
at Wolf~ creeak sihcool houtsea Fida
ighit, A pi ili II. The~ featuire wvill I
a lhiy ent itled "\ir . Tubbst D~oes 1 I
ae-dht n th pa
nex thn. len
* C~fresh--s est. o
ba@o Gm' razntc
PICKENS, S. C.
For Wednesday ad Thursday, April
12 and 13..
Mario Prevost, in
Y ou rmcmbor her in 'her last
picturo shown here sonietime ago,
"Danterous Little .Deinori? This is
a story of an ugly duckling who
Llessomed into a social butterfly un
fer a (euge of inherited wealth. A
sIendid little picture for this star.
SIr-tig cast Harry Myers, Helen
Harris, Lydia 4Xeamans, TItus and
Geore Kuwa. Directed by King
I ihaty and SaturdayApril 14 and 15.
A real star .v. ral' picture.
H-erebert lawlinson in
"THE IAN UNDER, COVEI"
Tihe nen that wrote this story is
a priscnec and has cre4ted a good
- deal of discussion lin special inter..
vw ftW r magazines. Under the
ttle the '"Man Under Cover" he
l'as writtnit a powerful story of a man
wh.: had to go crooked in order to
Co LIrht. It 1 a strong story by
.:.:, v.h 4knows, m11ade into a
e.~kigaction picture, the stellar
S en Herbert Rawlinson, the
he.A.mn idol o1 the, Americ:m girl,
S'.1d b Dabra Dedford.
Monday .ndi Tucsdny, April 17 and 18.
ar: Mile.; Miter-"The Sunbeam
of the Sceen' int)
Tihe story of sweet old fashioned,
love. a1'ruir and a girl with a sweet
olL fashioell'd anaIe. Her name was
[Lavender but she herself was "true
T!is is too good to miss. The cast
includ.4, Sylva Ashton, Milton Sills,
r Theodore lobcrts and many others.
%ASSIST.\N'T COUNTY TREASUR
Iorn unto Mr. and Mrs. 0. T.
F I' , A pril 8, a fine 0n, 0. T. Jr.
Georre I,. Mitchell of Greenville
ipeit the wtek end with his father
Rev. _H.P. Mitehell.
FOR SAML1-On1, practically new
ord I t , uin car, in excellent condi
ion. Will sell for cas'h or good
Ito ilerS or will trade for anythil
u't canl be readily turned into cash.
R. M. Wlborn, Piclkens, R :I Phone
W AbNT E D--T buy soce good(
shoats. Apply to .1. Luther Hughes at
"g | lug ht B:.s Blacksmith shop. :t.
Ig NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
so AND DISCHARGE
-. Notice is hereby g'iven' t hat we will
i-nake app!iention to N. A. Christo
pher Esq., Judge0 of Probate fojr
SPie'kens county, in the State o~f
SSouth Caroli n, on Sa turday, the
6. h day of May, 1922, at 11 o'clock
t in t he forenooin, or as sooni thereafter
a as said application can be heard, for
to leave to make fiunal set tlement of the
real and personal estate of J. M.
Nat ions. dleceflaed. and obtain dis
ni chlargse 1' st administr'ators of said es
'C V. M. Nations,
-S. W. Nations,
SP CIAL' IfCES
Notices run upder this head at the
rato.of one colt a word for first in
sertion, one-half cent a word fqr
each subsequent insertion. No notice
accepted for less-than 25c first time.
Nice Milk cow fof' sale. See Mrs.
N. E. Hughes, Liberty, R 3.
. I can sell any 'Real Estate you
have in Pickens county if the priee
is right. E. L. Hendcrson, Central,
LOST-In Pickens last Saturday, a
baby's white woolen coat. Finder
please return to Sentinel office or
Mrs. W. J-. Stewart.
FOR SALE-100 acres land with
50 acres first class brick clay. Cash.
Hal T. Boggs, Calhoun, S. C. it
A marble head and glass eyes can
tell the difference between an old
roast and fresl6 roa'sted coffee. Ask
your dealer for Bull's fresh roasted
1-OR SALE-Three head horse, or
vi I trade for team of good mules.
L. A. Dale, Route 4.
for our catalogue; thread for em
broidery, any coloir; embroidery
needle, the very latest, will be sent
C. 0. D. for $1.00 on 10-day trial.
Write today. Arthur Flood, 193 Line
Street, Charleston, S. C. 50
N.HLlK COWS FOR SALE.-Young
fresh milk cows from $25.00 to $35.
00, givirg 2 and 3 gallons. Good
stock. Come and see what I have.
A. D. Mann, Six Mile, S. C.
BLACKSMITH WORK in exchange
for country produce.-I will do .Our
blacksmith work and take pay in
country produce. My prices are
right, too. J. Wesley Garrett, Pick
FOR SALE-A few bushels Cleve
land Big Boll 'cotton seed, carefully
handled and ginned, grown 1920.
Sample of seed may be seen at Pick
ens Hardware and Grocery Co. Jas.
D. Crai-S. Pickens, S. C.
FOR SALE-A fine thoroughbred
*-rsey bull, about two ye,ars old.
Will trade for fat beef cattlb. W.
T. Earle, Central, S. C.
For Sale or Trade.-Edison Am
berolai and 22 records; in good condi
tion; will sell cheap or trade. R. S
Recte, Central R 4.
BATTERIES CHARGED.- I an
still on the job charging batteries
Also keep new acid all the time. From
.~Ac to $1.25. C. W. Hunter, Pickem
R2. tf. 3w pd.
FOR SALE-You can get Guinev
eggs at $1.00 per setting of 15, a
Pickens Drug Co., Pickens, S. C., o1
Mrs. E. G. McDaniel, Murphy, S. C
For the Rc
* Ask you
And Easter marks a definite <
We have never shown as compl<
suits, silk dresses in Taffetas and C
Our sales of silk dresses has fa
Easter we have a nice assortment i
ago sold 'from $17.50 to $30.00.
A few Coat Suits left $50.00 v
You haven't caught us unprepa
Flaxons, Soisettes, Voils and Organd
and see if you agree with others w
Wei are "All set" to show you
The home of Walk-Ov
Stetson hats, Inter-wove
Home Sewing Machines,
(lthing, Shoes, 11
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to N. A. Christo
pher Esq., Judge of Probate for
'iekens coun.;; in the State of Soutl
Carolina, on the 27 day of April
1922, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon.
or as scn thereafter as said app1li
cation can be heard, for leave to
make final settlement of the personal
e.tate of Berdie Mae Boggs, Minor,
and obtain discharge as Guardian of
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
AND DISCHARGE ,
Notice is hereby given that I' will
mi ake application to N. A. Christopher
E:q., Judge of Probate for Pickens
County, in the State of South Caro
lina, on Friday the 21st day of April
1922, at 11 o'clock, in the forenoon, or
as soon thereafter as said appli(ation
can be heard, for leave to make final
settlement of the personal estate of
Elisha Alexander deceased, and obtain
dlischarge as Administrator of said es
R. A. Alexander, Administrator.
I a half
und Trip nns
agent sty'e h
by the F
e 's Greatest G~
vent. It is the day wbyn you first E
te stock of ladies Ready to Wear at
anton Crepes, new spring skirts, m i
r surpassed what we expected. If y <
o clcse out before Easter at $12.50 a j
alues to close at $27.50. Values a t
red on spring dress goods. Silks, T i
ies. All new goods at new low price
ho have already expressed their ap I
er, Red Riding Hood and ]
n hosiery, Griffon Clothes,
Irun King Stoves, Chase
Ils anid Genits' Fuishing1
Call for Pictorial Review Patterns.
NOTICE OF' FINAL SE'LEMENT
Notice is hereby given that I will
make appliction to *N. A. Christo
phor Escq., Judge of Probate for Pick..
ens county, in the State of South Car
olina, on Monday the 24th day of
April 1922, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, or as soon thereafter as said
appligation canl be heard, for leave
to make final settlement of the per
sonal estate of V. P. Holoombe, de
ceased, and obain discharge as Exe
cutrix of said estate.
Mrs. Sunie Holcombe,
Notice is hereby given that all 11per.
sons ha.ing claims against Hobbs
Ilendersoin Company, of Central, S.
C. are hereby required to file same,
duly proven, with the unders-igned
on or hefore April 20, 1922.
By order of tho court.
C. E. Robinson,
)NDAY, APRIL 17th.
I of County Queens. Fire
id opening of Palmafesta at
i. IFashi' n shaw, introduction .
y Queens and band concert. Land
-ial exhibits, auto show, hand
in the afternoon. Evening
Style Show, county Queens.
VED)NESDAY 19th, p. m~
>on-Introduction of county Palm
tyle show, auto races. Even
0 Band concert, Nora Bayes
iw, introdluction of Queens. Bal
Dinner and stunts at Ridge..
b for county Queens given tng
ocus Club. work'
tep forth in your new 1regalia.
we are showing this spring. Coat
Mdys, shirt waists,. millinery.
u are going to buy that dress for
id $15.00. Thesie. dresses a Year
$35.00 to $40.00 to close at $22.50.
SSucs, Crepes, French- - Ginghams,
Take a look through our stock
Endicott Johnson shoes,
Carhart overalls, New
City buggies, American
Goods a Specialty
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given th r: -
makel! application to N. A. Chra -
Esq., Judge of Probate for Pie
County, in the State of .outh Caro.
lina, on Sat. the 22nd day of. April
1922, at 11 o'clock, in the forenion,
or as soon thereafter as said applica.
tion can be hWard, for leave to make
final settlement of the personal es.
tate of J. D. M. Keith, deceased. and
obtain discharge as executors of s id
T. J. Keith,
Notice ' h'j.reby given that the
oldl school horse -t the Twelve Mile
District No. 39. as required by the
old deed to said property, will be
sold to the highest bidder on April
21st 1922, at 11 a. m.
R. M. Welborn,
W.. M. Hudson,
Edd Bra::eale. 4
T3 H.1:RSD\Y '20th.
td.m'an cpenir-g of base ball
n. A t d:30 p. m. Nora Bayes,
eeneert, closinig of Paimafesta
nouncement of Palmafesta
~. falmiafesta Queen's Paradle,
r'ial and floral parade. At 8:30
crowing pageant Queen of
ifes~a, style show, band concert.
'y and1 educational parade. Even
Band concert, style show, fire
and closing of Palmaifesta.