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Locals alld 1erSOlls
Dr. D. E. Peek of Six Mile was here
on bus'ness Monday.
Col. Frank Mauldin and Dr. Oss'e
Mauldin of Gre nville was here Sun.
Mrs. Rcese Waldrop of this place
has betn very ill, but is improved at
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Squires of
Conastee spent Sunday with l i.ss
Miss I.o~u:se' Gritlin and1 Mr. Hlenry
Rowland troi C it ratl were visitors
in the city Sunday.
Mr. .'. K. .\at thcws of Martin, Ga,
is visit in his bruther Mr. W. A.
Matthet ws of this city.
SOnIe' of the in dit- of tht town are
very anxostha:t we' have" a "e.lean
Uip" T hil'.. i hut Wi s dlt : ld
om:a a :aa tw~nthe. makingr
rf !' - i h. :I! h Io o b .e - et
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Outside White (No.
CERTAIN- TED r
-cost plus basis--yc
.. color you want costsevr cnm inra
(4some other color, the s
That is why we can sell
paints at these prices.
Try Certain-teed paint
will say it is the best pa
Xt spreads easier, and c<
to the gallon. It lasts 1
See us before painting
MINT *VAR8ISa. ftQl min, arLtN
Mrs. Kate Ambrose of Greenville
spent the week end with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Hutchins.
Mrs. H. E. Davis has gone to
an infirmary in Atlanta for the pur
pose of getting treatment for her
Misses Grace Porter, who is tak:ng
a business course at Draughon's in
Greenville, and Emma Herd of the
same plice spent Sunday here.
The IHurricane Township Singing
Convention will meet at Kcewec Bar,
tist church the first Sunday in June
and 'will begin at 10 o'cle.k n. in.
WVhile you are in town on the 3rd
1 of June, don't forget to go up-stairs
in the court house and see the old
loom weaving, the old reel reeling.
and the old wheel spinning.
The Pickens U. 1). C. reiu'ests that
all the people of the surrounding com..
mun oity who love the old soldiers, help
t. nake the :rd of .June the best and
art atest day I'ckeus has ever had,
:d it' they can nit each one brinv a
lull ba.:k<;t, It th cni v''tribuft a
( hliIckt iI, a (alk(, somm pies or anythingr
in is at $1.25 Friday a.l aturday,
it immed hats comnpkt.te .'nly by .netan
a at all times.
m r wtat hr that w w ;t)ve,
, S iks, Sea"s ier"t!( he 1. Irlh ! a :' :'lR
W ID W. li:.R
~terick Patterns In E
Pickens, S. C.
adquarters for I
)ur Certain-teed Pri
Per oat. No.
448) $3.50 900 Universal v.
33Dark Oak V
(No. 435) 3.00 3 Ivory Into
461 Barn, Bridge
aint is sold on the '.
lu get the benefit of
iufacturing. If the
ess to make than
aving is yours.
such high quality
this time, and you
int you ever used. j
>vers more surface
-it will pay you,
>L.EUM~ - (il (LOYN1 .C LLATiUn ,.'rdh-we
Look out next week fcr the whole
>rogram for the 3rd of June celebra
;ion. Be ready, come and bring all
tour folks and have a good time and
nake the old soldiers have a great
The Vaughan Quartette w1l be
heard in concert at the court house
Saturday night, May 27th, at 8:00
o'clock. Admission 15 and 25c. A
treat of a lifetime. Come and bring
On the 16th inst. Maj. J. M. Stew
ai t was 83 years old. Several of
his good friends helped him cele
brate t by taking dinner with him
and wishing that he might be spat<.l
to see many more birthdays.
The U. D. C. requcsts everybody
who will contribute any relic for
kceping, to bring same to the court
h:use on June 3rd. A committee
w. ill h there to rc(eive' it and place
Of it, sign your name andl lend or give
any a t:elc th t your ueople used in
tile w r of the 1;0'. write the histrv
of it, i'i your n:'e and lnd or "iv
it to the U. D. C. It will he pre.
ser e-I with care.
!t" ;'ini- in w.ith ntw hats. Tou w.%ill
I will he6 . an withl aur \'t its Or1
. thtt rtidt
Per Per Per
1ia. QOmrt Pint
rnish $3.70 $1.25 $0.80
rnish Stain .85 .55
r Inarnel 1.25
& Roof Pt. 1.80
This is campaign year and every
citizen will want the county paper.
The Sentinel's offer of the paper at
$1.00 a year will close June 30.
Mrs. Will T Freeman of near town
who has beei scri.>usly sick for ten
weeks is now able to be up and about.
Ph. Sent int'l has received t splendid
article in memcry of the late Judge
Newbery which will be published next
wcek. It also is v*en y interesting.
Mr. and Mirs. Edgar Morris and son
Edgar, Jr, spent last w:ek-end with
his parents in Pckens. Mr. Morris
is head of a large business concern
in \Vashin-ten city and came here
from Grecnsboro, N. C., where he had
been attending a big (.o- vention.
A reun:cu of pupils of the first
Pickens ipublic schotl will be held
here June1 3. All living pupils are
eX.( ted to be present and ar e re
(2u(st(d to mt22 t dlirectlV after. (innel
aiI !ve a .c ;up pictutre mIade in
front of theiu "ld selhwoell buil.ing w"h:(h
s5 it22n A't n 1 ' lrear 2,f .Mr. ". ii.
- m i this
b !' 1. !. ' ! ' : :t I: , !w: 'f th..
n i . ;'i W4n Vm.
.1 :1: ..4' .. .. ..* j! i iit : 11 24ii j
t'nw ! te 'tify. I ' 4'
nll his . w.:rk a',! lok:i.
; -- elusely.
-1 .1:1 J. Sul m ;e):, w\"ho l'vet
b:- 11tar th. Aid erson
un I , was at the coun12ty sLiat
2. t week.l .on busin~e.-. lie
n: a Samip. of stIie, of
t tl .tali;, of whieh ave2'rag te
. a ' a hail -t high. .r. S um
!)e has threec aet s :;" these"(
at 1 y w(r(" pl:n'tel til. 1 .2
1 1oh I. Th c cnly f' etil:z'r h.
1 k'll( manure andI he "
I. 4 2thi ' Ittli' .ur liv\e m m'.ai. t' !
S 4t !11'' hiild '.vithoat dI'Itj
f- I - f :m kindI.
T P ekers aill ball teIltn wa12 d.
fe.2: I to the liague-leaIin2'- (I. Gi v4 'l
tem) at Glenwood Satunday, 12 to 1.
It was stated by the m222nm2h1mev!nt of
?!h( P iuLEkens club that his t( um will
be e<"n id~(, :-ably -t ren?'.- ,Che,.ud this
wt. k hv te'.v atldition , v-ttraI nvw
layeVrs. T1h star It, h,"r mu1i mu2t i! -r
i::' t., f tin Six iil:- .\eadt my" wam(
-:' br. , t t c"ed lt v., w'th the'
- ":iu 1! 1'am) Dol I:tart -4 at e beingL'
2~i1l I. 2~'. '2'2 4,' .. (212(t' l2 Iayoi-r
2h. \\'t'v , k. 'he. S \I ii tt 12') V'
". bla",h .1eh'11l basel'aIl chamtpl'ny:titi
. u; at r S. .i;h (1 1a r ::. this yari
he Ptie24:425 t. am 224' :2w::y t4 a2 had
ar this sta22-n, hut the m2an2agemenlt
i;'s th2at fr.f.m n.w '.n he exreets
h: t:n'' 2.: w.V.n a majo-;ity of its
un'. ea.' ma t .strn b'11. id f'or the
n':2 ant1. lI ;'..'. the 5'uppor4t of til'.
T~k i n4 ::t '2'" '1. njy
s . .\b. I't i- a~ su- ii ardn .ii
ITsday, M1ay 25th.
"~PA ~ION'S PLA YGROUNir'
K.th. 2ine .\1 e I-na!dj hi I t s eeni
Play 2 und" '! she has( ei~e 1!r:i2 .2
.4 !a c read -'The (uests of I1Lt.
-(. N. 11n11 .-\, Ml. 4c.1122
ni ? At lan- : 224 the remm ,;l' . ;.
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2'.'.22:' ;:?1~'I 12122 a.:'' , id-.
1 ridlay and Satudy ,
.'2ay 2. and24 :Th.
and. 1 a-'inn K':nan in aI mo tioil
'2da a Tu -
D. B. Finney, who went to Flint.,
Michigan, this spring to play ball,
is back home in Pickens. He started
the season well and stood a good
chance of making good until he in
jured a leg. He has recovered from
the in fury and is now playing with
the Seneca team of the Oconee coun
NOTICE OF FINAL SErITLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to N. A. Christopher
Esq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the State of South Caro
lina, on the 9th day of June, 1922,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, or as
soon thereafter as said application
can be heard, for leave to make final
settlement of the personal estate of
Bertie Galloway, deceased, and ob
tain (iseharige as Guardian of said
S. I;. Craig, Guard!mn.
MRS. HOU u
Come to our store foi
Illms O D)IP
FAINTS & VARNISHES
alk a ne tw rm at a few dollar
lake a nev hat wvith gluile Col
Putr anl ;un(n IDyec:-Rit
\We havc r-.rtiia you nee-kl.
TRY1 THIE D)RU
R. E. Lewis, Prop
You Will Find
mess at the Sc
and if you want th
I am pay~ing:
18c per lb. for
35c per lb. for
l0c per lb. for
20c per lb. for
$2.00 Bu. for b
$2.25 for vine 1:
H ams 15 to 20lbs 22c.
Hams 20 to 251bs 21c.
Hams 25 to 351bs 20c,
U. W. H E\
J. M. Smiti
Authorized Ford anl(
We Sell 'em All
A very interesting meeting of the 4
W. C. T. U. wvas held on Thursday
at the beautiful home of Mrs. Vesta
McFall. The program was well car.
ried out and good music, was futi
nished by Miss May McFall. At
the close a sweet course y ,s serve
We, the undersigned hereby prohi.
bit all persons from hunting, fl3hing,
cutting timber or trespassing In any
manner upon our lands, under full
penalty of the law.
R. P. Thomas
L. P. Thomas
J. P. Thomas
T. J. Ponder
. J. Ponder
'Dr. Wm Ponder -
J. II. Bowen
Spring Cleaning Helps
DA:!SY L.Y KIL.LERS
PUTNA1 I)RY (l.EANFR
11()T' 1 BALLS
G STORE: FIRST
Phone 24 +
Me Doing Bus
e highest prices for
ng it to me.
fryers up to 65c.
unch peas. +
et for eggs.
ged to suit your
I Fordson Dealers
Easley, S. C.
Over Pickens I.: