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Don' frgt h schl oo lctoMa
The Democratic club rolls will
open June 6.
Don't forget the school election May
22 at the court house.
Arthur Lewis of Atlanta visited
his mother in Pickens this week.
Mr. ' Palner, of Florence, spent
several days in Pickens last week.
Miss Sadie Neely and Mrs. B. G.
Neely arc visiting relatives in Co
Mrs. W oodru11, mother of Dr.
P. E. Woodrutf, has been here for
Mrs. Ilarvey Richey is improving
aftcr a Serious operaticn at a hos
pital in Greenville.
3Mrs. Frce":ran of Easley spent
svcra! layS lnst wCek with her sis.
ter Mirs. 13. 1,. Porter.
\lies Vit1ie Ib1 ndricks el Daeus
vill. is n:! a week with her
aunt, "1!:. iE. L. llenderSon.
.1 r, 'I. . I luniter, p1r1milent citi
c of Uh. rty, was at the county
seat on liut 'n( e Llday last week.
11C:d 1l .Savilla Lay and Aman
da Crenshaw of Pcndleton have been
on an extended visit to M1rs. M. W.
The mvanny irien(S of Mrs. Irvin
Miller are grieved at her very serious
illness and hope that she will soon
Dr. C. A. Jones, of Columbia, was
in town int Saturday attending the
annual n ting of the trustees of
Six Mile Academy.
Circles 1 and 2 of the Methodist
Woman's Missionary society will meet
at Grace church next Monday after
no'en at 1:::0.
The Pickens school will close June
2. Ther will be no c--,ommencement
exercisc:..s ht Lause there iS no audi
tcrium it which to holi th1 l.
2Ir. ( eCrge Ellis, 31rs. Cochran iof
Greenvisl allia K i tic St .\lenr,
(- Fore':t City, N. C., spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. J. M1. Gill1.pie.
The ladi:es t; the I'rt.' ti- i in
Auxiliary celeht ated their h atli an
nive-rsary* at t!. lon ci Mr:. .J. L..
Valley last 'Ihm siy:1 y afternoo) n. A
delightful <reasn : I w. iijoy eI.
After an interestingy litermiy andI
musical pr< jgram, hhc ck er on ai a .
enike w itc .r ved.
We can keep our line of hand ti
find a large assortment to selcet from
To meet your needs for the warn
gandit s, Poingces, French Ginghams,
In the men's ready.to-wear, our
item as wcII as the B. V. D's and oi
dress shirts, hats, oxfords, suits, eXt
Be surc to seec the prices wve ai
make you wvonder how we can do it.
You are always welcome and y(
We read that in Colorado the girl
graduates this summer will wean
peach colored changeable taffeta,
dainty orchid shades and thd4atest
Mr. Jules Durham of Atlanta is
visiting his nephew, C. N. Durham,
of this place Mr. Durham is a
blind violinist, has travelled all over
the United States and is a most in
The Pickens Mill baseball team
lost its fifth straight game Saturday
when it was defeated by the Alice
Mill team on the Alice diamond, 8
to 0. Pickens is scheduled to go to
lenvoc( for a game next Saturday.
Mrs. L. P. Hanna, assistant Sunday
school field secretat y, will speak at
3race M. E. church next Saturday
ifternoon at 5 o'clock and Sunday
uorning at 11 o'clock. All Sunday
-chool workers of the town invited
,o hear her.
The ctficc of J. ). Holder & Soil
in Pickens was hroen i.'to '?a I"
'Ihur day night by unknown parties
There was nothing of value in tih
tofice that could bc taken awry b
amauur ?, but there was aoout S15M
in the saf;'. The :safe was not both
Mr's. J. 1). (hristoihcr, nee Rutl
We4lls, has r rnailn from Limicolator
whe'o she had hr tonsils removel
in the. 1i.spitIal at t!mt place. Aftc
spc:nIin.: a few <tays here with he
pat eants, Mr. and Mrs. Jolin K. Well
rhe will return to her home at (arc
I( en.--Shelby (N. C.) News.
The Pic. ens Baptist Sunday Scho<
convent.ion which wa shelduled to 1
held at Secona church en June :s f
1 has been post ponled until the this
Saturday an'i Sunday in .mine so f
net to conflict with old soldiers' d1
in Pickens. ('om p1k t" pr!ogru1am wi
he published in (l( time,'.
MIr!--. We!den ('hrito pher anld halu
r::t .u ned 31on(lay fr,.n1 Siar.-nhu r
wherc the baby has 'een under eni
of a dotor veral ays, it havit
nov ing never fully recovered from i
attack of wvhoAopiin r coutrh it. had whc
at moonth old. We are clad to repo
that the little fullow sevms improve
A uolitical a!nnoueuncement whi
wil! prove of much ii rest thronl
(ut the et'uvnty is that ot 31r. W. 1
Stip ' who aa ue this we,
tI t h( i:, a ndibI" t for coum
sup'rvisor. \lr. Stephns is w
kn \r thrert:i( it, !te reu'tnty, h1:t
a ima-- the e: r supervi -
abouth "0 \'on S of ttineL int th
.-... .-... IbI states that hei
immed hats complcte only by consta:
at all times.
ci e weather that we will now have, y
Silks, Socks for the children, and Sil
'A~M WEA~TiER GOODS F OR M:
new line Pongee .yhirts, with or with
r other brands of summer underwea
ra pants, wvork shirts, overalls, wo
'e making on a fewv tables of ladies, n
>urm business appreciated, whet her lart
erick Patterns In 9
Exactly 100 people stood the
teachers' examination in the court
house last Friday and Saturday.
Twenty-five stood the general ele..
mentary examination and 75 the pri
mary examination. The high school
examination will be held at a future
time. Supt. Clayton was in charge.
It will be two or three months before
results of the examination are kn awn.
The Fort Prince George Chapter,
D. A. R. held its May meeting with
Mrs. J. F. Bannister of Liberty on
Tuesday of last week. Quite a num
ber of the Pickens ladies attended.
Mrs. J. N. Morgan and daughter,
Miss Jessie and Mrs. Bill Clayton of
Central and Mrs. Charlie Martin of
Easley were there. A very interest
ing program was carried out after
which delightful refreshments were
The congregation of the Pickens
Ptt:byte rian church has had under
considcration some time the question
of building. a new hcuse of worship.
At a recent meeting of the congrega
ti:m e'maittccs were appointed to
stliet subsr1'iptions and that phase
S t' werk is new under way. It is
!'!&tri'i to build a handsone brick
- veneer stru tui e on the site of the
i prcsent church house to cost about
8 U1%0 and work will begin as so 'n
) as exprdicnt. tev. H. A. Knox is
u nostr of the local Presbyterian
I , ehnr.h and it has a membership of
s 3EM311.\. I)AY IN lICKENS
'Th tonth of \Iay was celebrated'cl by
the U nitel )aughters of the Confci
1 rac , th' n'embers of the Pickens
: chl and 5'ev'ral .(ottheIr, with ap
( p I1r.op ii. ee('x rcissC. At tcr 'clt'-k
the 'e,.pathered in the beau.t i'uly
dcctd . alhod ist church, cieh c hi!
ea viyin :i :r(etty wreath o(f vers.
AI j' c t the pastors of 'he tt.wow
o''cu Iiip F[lace"'s on the restrum11 and
R el v. II. . .iKnox m a1 de a g aand tal'
on th - "leys of the Six,--s". IH
ph! wh~ia' i . thle fuect that V;e k. !d not
e! ) -re m the Union for tel freein
of the it L , but for state'. t i:'hts.
nlau diately aft. r this, the uiili''rent
grades marched to the cemeteries and
iplace ( wreaths en the graves if all
rt sohlier s, and those lying in the grave
vard at the Presbyterian church and
At S'ecena 'erc not f'orgo./tten.
II 1. I tter The Sentinel eanncint print
amything that comies in Wednesdlmay
r i ifit en-uld havt' been . ent
in 1"( r. t:at cime. We al.as v av
ilt'' Se . ,:. W dnesday mjlArnmiU' than
w( sibl c 1n d Sulp!y becaWt' ':o
r n *'eoplIe wait uotil the last nun
y uto. to scerd in things. If' you r item or
cod. e mW cot he precpare h4li. wre Wed -
iinesdz me'rning, all ri...ht-bring
a tly filling ini with new hats. You will
oui will be pleased with our Veils, Or
k Hose for the ladies.
a ut collar, has been quite a popular
r . You will find a Compllete line of
r k shoes and the large strawv hats.
1 iss andi men1's oxfords, that will
:e or smiall.
Cotton is bringing 20c on the Pick.
ens- market this (Wednesday) morn
The churches and Sunday schools
of Pickens, Pickens Mill and ,Se
cona have joined together in a
c.ombined effort to enlist non-church
goers into active Sunday school and
church service. With this in view
committces have been appointed to
canvass the entire coinmunity next
Sunday afternoon and personally
extend an invitation to every man,
woman and child to become a regu
lar attendant at church and Sunday
school service. We ask that the
people will please remain at home
from 2.30 p. m. to 5 p. m.
The big sale just closed by Ed
wards & Darsey was the mcst suc
cessful event of its kind held in
Pickens inl many ycars. Hundreds
of people took advantage of the
bargain offers of this progressive
Boi-n unto Rev. and Mrs. F. T.
Ccx, Ma'y 1(, fine twins--a boy aml
girl. Moth. r and babic are dcing
Pickens County d.e ates to the
Stai.c l)ceeratic conv<n itions '- vrc in
Columbia. Tht ccnventi'a met laey
Mrs. E. F. Keith =pent the past
week w'1.h ihe (laughter, Mrs. C. C.
Pertcr in 'vikens.
S1TRM IN PICKENS
One of the heaviest, rain and elec
trical storms to visit Pickens in many
years was here last Th-.ursday short
l_ aer1 n on. During the storm.
ligh' g t (k the housc of Prof. P.
'1' la llum and dil Consider:ab'le dam
:oe. th.e1 home cf Furman Waldrop
and ba n :f JuIge 'T. J. Mau!din
wVe vi rtua and slio'htly daiage:id.
Te ih ht intg aLbo k noceed a hole
in the sidt.e a the Sutherlanad house
cecup'jC(I by Ga-ry Hitt and family,
exjh tida an e!cettie lig-ht globe with.
in a few feet of Mr. [iott's heal and
liked to have scared him to death.
Mere than twenty telephctes and
many electric lights in town were
put out of eennis.sion by the storm.
Mrs. .1. F. Bramlett announces the
ma 1ia.. e i her daughitcr, Sraah
Diamle(tt r i'r , to !r. I. 'I'. Ca?"' >.
bull. May 1:1, 1;i22.
The (;cen.' wa: per'formed ,?t
the Ilamu pcon Avenue McIi. tbot ii=.
church, with flev C. O. Chanbi
eff'iciatintg. A- fter' June 1 AI r. a'!
M~rs. Campbj~ell will be at hrm in :
WVEIlNG OF- INTERESTP -
Mr. and Mrs. .J. TI. Hluthings of a
P icns, ann ounce thea matrriage of 65
t:ti da(hug.hter, Kate H utchings Lewvis, p
to. Mr. Iwaiah H. Am ruose on Tuesday,
May the ninth. nineteen hundred and !
twventy'w~o. At home afttr June P
first, 1205 Buncombe street, Green-p
Thursday, May 18th
"THE RIVER'S END"
A smashing story of Go,i's count~y,
of love and wild adlventur ---Dy Jamesp
Oliver Curwocd. Cast Includes Lew's
Stone, Jane Novak, Marjorie Daw and P
cthers. On the edge of civilization p
there are no tradlitions. Men meet, i
live with all the strength of soul ~
within thcm. That is why the great. P
cat stores have been written, not of p
the emotions cf' society, but of the ~
peopkL nearest the great outuoors. ~
There men may be good-or bad
but whatever they are they are strong.
The River's end is a story of the
Royal MountedI Police--a story of
adlvinture and a story of a wonderful s'
love. It is Mr. Curwvood's finest e
nov-el. Directed by Marshal Neilan
the best in the business. Don't miss
it Thursday night.
Saturday, May 20th
5th chapter of "HURRICANE
H1UT('l,'" also another of' those
s rlendid Irene Castle lpictures
"Veeance is M ine'---anad a Harold
Lloyd'( comedy, "The G;oat".
Mt.nday and Tuesday, May 22 & 231.
Bryant Washburn' in
Fr m th'e far-'e by Fred Jactn
ibtor ta:i O.'i h
P least d imater- -:. Zi
-'i"he C'hink.'' If :: went 0:
h ?Ce this *n, d al o'i'v noI
Come to our store for Spring Cleaning HeIps -..
HOUSEHOLD AMMONIA STOVE POLISH
BO AMI INSECT POWDER
LIQUD VEEERDAISY FLY KILLERS
RED DEVIL LYE
PAINTS & VARNISHES MOTH BALLS
FAR SA TOER COLOR
Makc a new rocm at a few dollar s exp~ense.
Make a new hat with genuine Col orite.
Putnam and Diamond Dyes-R~it
We have everything you necd.
'IiY ' H D I)RUG SORE FIRST
K AROWEE PHARMACY
R. E. Lewis, Prop Phone 24
(Mau whilt Find Me Doin Bus
mesas at the SaDmme odd Place
nd if you want the highest prices for
produce, bringit to le.
[ am paying:
18c per lb. for hens.
35c per lb. for fryers up?'to 65c,
10c per lb. for old roosters.
20c per lb. for dry hams.
$2.00 Bu. for bunch peas.
$2.25 for vine peas.
Hams 15 to 20bs 22c.
Hams 20 to 251bs 21c.
Hams 25 to 351bs 20c,
Greenville market for eggs.
Yours for trade,
U. W.H ENDRIOKS
I FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
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
TH E PICKENS SENTINEL
for fines 'ttionery T~ngraving
'mericas Leadinq Trgraving M1ouses
The wuork- of this firm ls famous -
Ic~all's Garage, Pickens.
SK TIRES, THAT GOOD GULF G ASOLINE, OILS AND GREASES
ALL KINDS, CHAMPION SPAR K PLUGS, ALL KINDS OF ACCES..
)RIES. AUTOMOBILE REP~AIRT NG.