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The Pickens sentinel. (Pickens, S.C.) 1911-current, June 15, 1922, Image 6

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RAIN WATER BEST TO USE
It is Free From M -rera' Substances
Which A-e Deocs ted on Metal
Wal s of Radiator.
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[EVES AUTOIST
NG WITH AIR HOSE
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TO PROTECT CAR
TIRE AND TUBES
Vital Parts Are Worthy of Much
Consideration When Coi
templating Long Run.
FEW PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS
To Keep Sa'e a-d Free Fr.- I".dy
Du- -g D rg. T.e. S-., d Be
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If Yoti- Spare Tires and Tuc~es Are
T4;<er Care of as Descrited ;n This
Ar'Ocec. You W11i Have No Trcubl
F rim Them,
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FROM BOTHERI
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'i p the ' - :after tilling li
tir a t.' r' *: r v en statin. Thle
l e b. :1 L'\ . i1 ti e Cine
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SCORES KILLED IN
NEW YORK VICINIl
. I'LENT STORM \SWEEPS ME
T OCOLITAN SEC"N\. KILL
ING AND YAiMING.
EIGHT BODIES RECOVERED
Wind Rea:"es \e :. ef SS M es an.
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d i .' b n hl wer. s i t a
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-'' ne o by which~)~2'' 12 te h pa .:
wi'-r i2()Ulder 11we sd to ha' soe
.!Yci:.'te tl in thet .result1I e( Ohe '
vases .pon nt .:i .eea f:n
.12'.tre (ate to( limi d tte nthe
:hree1 to one mawity coul haehey d
inee w)ub beenolei vthe bil pass
vaet houblh iapre.t ssm
ippnt~as i~.nd that hm1enwil i ss
I .orl2 I to rs t r lisl~ l~.ted an tde.
bill w)dith this numbe posuilto holi
tilgeei by212'?t~li yn oldr whO is
abs. t II rom1,1 1 Wia i'on i ad whlo
position1 ha S o y11 et bueen d iit el 11t'y
es tablis ~he d.
Five Men Arrested.
arres'0ted2 and)2 placvIed in jail hero
(charzged wi th muurdr in the first die
grtee in connec12 t with ithe 1yntch-'
lng of Ille~y Ow ens, a negro on May
19.
New Bureau Formed.
Wash ingtoni.-- -:stai1blhent of ain
in)ter'state commer112 bur)1 ieau to hanidlet
the clairns of shippers of the south
(0ominlg before'2 t he inlterestate c?(om
mer~lce' .1!I1 com ision was anno11un1(cd by
thet Soth bern CommIlerc(iatl ('ongr'ess.
The cong ress announce.d that the
burteau,. whieill will be in ch arge of
\'erne P. Simmons, formerly ith the
In)ter'state commerllce' comt)mission,
would han idle ('asos of alleged unrei'a.
onabulue chart Iged andtt prac'tices of com-)
mfonl c'ariers over' wh'ich thte fedu.eral
agency hlas jurisdiction.
S'udaykchool
(By luVy Vi;.wi
LESSON FOR JUNE 18
THE DOWNFALL OF JUCAH
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t cooizti n by I ai i'rei n folb . Thre
objt rileavinge h e peaop. wth
thttte'ou try) mihr t heb rei ly faa r their
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wasapinetedas lie' ro. wCg~4 jrih hear
qurartersat .ll z ah i I.2LIt'S fth
No Peae frThe.
butirater n Iet hi ('absor, thein Lorth
hiso hnd the thingwkhh iS good,
nee et . - he ia ns * 4 :' a
Th retes f o'a.ery
Had Your Iron Today?
Never Mind
Re-vitaize
Y OU BET it's warm-the more
need then for keeping the vitality
up t .
V . - heat easily. Lan
ed.x Re-vitalize
V. - : wcn't mind the
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C iced-.-- .roi
C ue-resistngri d-iron
::.T.-v a bx today.
Little Sun-Maids
Between-Meal Raisins
5c Everywhere
-in Little Red Packages
. that Unkind Remark.
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- Uthet l v in1 ttt:.f' his lts neer a
a ; rl:o ) "u le t ti-.f \vn
They Cost Less in
u e r serice - " u rii 11,
Every pair of - In t y.
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Ask You D1. ~
RUBCERLtSS ;l h
" . ,SAVE SHOES AND STOCKINGS
Su-n.', S rc s, t .-e u1ci r'. w i a twi e n . it u .a
r t i : '1\1. wd ti lt ' t s th-. i.
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NI i~~. 'c~~* . ru. nto oura 'cu rs and.c~ i n . -y tic- hdlsa if tet
''anted Young Men to Learn By No Means.
th ARBER TRArDE Shi'-llI.omc ii hrith heart i.
Best college in the South. Write l ie l~ iut her: c,i..ae is tno lbciS.'
Charlotte Barber College, Charlotte,N.C. 'ail ~v beines-Rus
EACH IS A GENUINE GOODYEAR
Each of the two tires illustrated above is a gen.
uine Goodyear through and through.
One is the famous reliable 30 x 33 inch Goodyear
All-Weather Tread Clincher.
Its companion is the popular 3. x 3%4 inch Good- "
year Cross Rib.
The Goodyear Cross Rib is built of the same high
grade Egyptian cotton fabric that goes into the
All-Weather Tread Goodyear.
It has a long-wearing but differentlyr designed
tread, and sells for less money.
More than 5,000,000 of these tires have been
sold in the last five years.
Their fine performance has demonstrated the
folly of buying unknown and unguaranteed tires
'af lower price.
Ask your Goodyear Service Station Dealer about
their advantages.
GOOD ~YEA

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