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The Pickens sentinel. (Pickens, S.C.) 1911-current, September 28, 1922, Image 8

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Locls 11l1 PO'SOllaI
Miss Merle Hclndlrieks has returned
to school at Winthrop.
Mrs. Ora Mauldin ~s spending v
while with Mirs. Jessie Morris.
Mr. Arthur Brown of Walhalla was
1:ere on legal business this week.
Mr. and Mlts. Dwight Attaway of
Liberty Were visiting here Sunday.
M1r. imd Mr". William Clayton visi
t(d chutives and friends in town last
w*eck.
Mr. Henry Prince of Pie.ket Post,
Oconee county, was a visitor in city
last Monday.
Miss Florida I1inkle i eturned home
last Sunday from a three weeks stay
in Greenville.
Mr. Irvin M iller spent a week
Fnll g his idativt's in and around
Walhalla recently.
Mr. and 3Mr.,. 0. K. Schwires of
Greenvill spent Sunday with M1r. and
M rs. S. 1) i. 10:le.
Mrs. (ussie Squires of (onestee
was the we(k-nd visitor of Ml is
Martha Ciuretuln.
\lisses Nellie ('randy, l.va liolder
and Mr . Furman 1lolcter spemt h:,st
Sunday ill Spartan11urp:.
Mlrs. Siallh( Suthla lnd ha;s cetuarn
d to her hauI n 1 Ne'wte af r
two n 0ienth : \' i1 in 'iekcn) .
lcen. and 11r .1 . -. I I le kle'v, of
'lat't.n1 t. a., b ni visiting-L' at
i Ion b' r, Or. .1. ..
(ano: r , int . 'kl .
a nuI n' . islatur e'
. . l. a t u .1:
t- - and thI
Ir. R. I'
You Wl 1 Find
ness at the S
. it.:u
Hams 1 l) 2
Hamns (r.I 2
to size arnd 'uality
Your trade is
Yourvs
J.W HE
Picke
Her
WE never have to worr:
job if' Certain-teed
quality is inl the painit, andi
time*R. It has~ so much g<
that it spreads bectte- thar
you eau buy. And how it
NAK/
/
Judge Mauldin is holding court in
Columbia this week.
Mrs. Lola Manley has received her I
new fall and winter hats for ladies.
Miss Elen Neely spent last Sat- Z
,arday and Sunday with her people in I
the Ambler scet on of this co'imty. I
Mr. S. P. Boone, of laf'tsville, S.
C., the chemigtry teacher in our high
school, is stopping at the Ok( Hickory
Inn.
Mrs. Wilt Dalgety, of Sebrhig, Fla.,
and Mrs. John Wagner; of Brevard
spent last week with their sister,
Mi-s. Joe Brock, of Central.
Rev. F. T. Cox preached an un
usually good sermon at the Baptist
church last Sunday and had a large
congregation to hear him.
The barber shop and meat market
buildings at the Easley Cotton Mill
were de'stro'yed Monday morning just
before daylight by fire of unknown
or.gin.
The Fort Prince George Chapter D. I
A. R. will meet with Mrs. Weldo.1
('hlistopher, Tuesday afternoon, Oe
t('ber 3rd, at four o'clock. A full
attendance is urged.
Read the millinery ad of T. A.
Gary .n this paper. Ladies of this
se:('tiion will lin(l at suprising show of
styles and lass at this popular and
r4o ressive .iberty store.
Thle pIot raetei l( tillg at the
l'iti:t .:hedist church will begin
ne n 'ilay morning at 11 o'cloc.k.
r l' *s I\:lI do the preaching
. w ! tint is expet'ettd to con
i ntl :( " ut to weteks. The g"enleral
rdi ('1ilally invited to, atten:l
\ h r' is 11'net he n a school
at eiuh :n Pickens tc ent
u.t t of t t'nllun v'-ters d'
*i n 'ot a rt mii ttee to take
this wr'". These ladies
-!in th aL parnuts an-1 teach
n ;,!1 ili r'l : ' t ni .et;i.ol at the
bi - ' l'riday" afterra ._tl
Me Doing Bus
Old Place
r'eenville market
Seggs at present.
fri ers up to 75C.
>lbs. 25c,
~1s Af}C6( a cc( v(d}})
appreciated.
for trade,
NDRICKS
~ns Lumb
Picken-s, 5. C.
dquarters for Pa
Sabout apainting Crtited p
aint is used. The ofCrinte
shows Up evy eitg foan
>Od material in it lsbiwil
Smost any paint
does st.Certain-befoe pa
Ourf Crtain-t
House Paint
Outside White
- Bungalow Bro
No.
900 Universal Varnish....
33 Dark Oak Varnish Sti
13 Ivory Interior Enarme
461 Barn, Bridge and Roc
AINT - VARNL:.H - crOFN( :- e.7
Rev. B. P. Mitchell was reelected
astor of Enon for the year 1923
ast Sunday.
Mrs. M. C. Smith has three of the
young lady teachers boarding with
wer. They are Misses Culpepper, Lula
Cing and Ruby Berryman of Georgia.
Messrs. Wesley Garrett and C. E.
Robinson, Haskell Garrett and P-.f.
1. T.' Ilallum attended Gypsy Smith's
reat meeting in Seneca last Sun
lay.
Home coming day exercises which
were to have been held at Liberty
:alptist church, Oconee county, Sept.
[7, 1922, have been postponed unt'l
he first Sunday in October.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Hagood and
laughter, Miss Elinor returned to
heir home in Charleston last Friday
ifter spending a most delightful sum
ner here.
MI. O. W. Paige, who is a surveyor
n the North Carolina road which
asses thru our town, is stopping at
.he Old Hlickory Inn with his wife
Ind chilr n ti - v'rn'l weeks.
The School Improvement committee
nvites all the ladies of the Town and
ml rounding community to an inform
ii reception at the school house oni
riday afternoon from 5' till six o'
-leek.
Pickens County Singing Convention
r.ll meet with Cross Roads Baptist
'hurch six miles nor '-t of Easlcy the
ccond Sunday and Saturday before in
)ctcher, which will be the 7th and 8th
If Octobe r. All lovers of good music
Tre cordially inv'te(l to be present.
lany prominent singcrs will be pre
Vint. Let everyone remember the
ates and (linner for both (lays.
1EW BARBER PRICES AT PICK
ENS MILL BARBER SHOP.
Thave------ -- - -- -- -- ---- i
lair Cut (except Saturday)_... 23c
lover's Shampoo_---- -- ---- _. 40e
u nine 'Tonic-- -------------- 15e
eLIuxe Ionic-- ---- -- ------ 15c
Iahdleen Tonic---- ---------- 20c
ain Sh;ampoo-_... ... __.._ _- .. 2C
'>il'*- I-- --------- ------25C
m-e_.- _-- -- -- ----------- 25
A'. her w or k in prop ortion.
I PAY CASH
or trade for conntry
produce as follows:
Eggs, 35c doz.
Fryers, 25c lb.
Hens, 16c lb.
Butter, 22c lb.
Hams, 20c lb.
Bring your produce
to me and get the
highest market price.'
1 am still doing busi
ness at the same old
stand.
E. E. LUSK, Pickens.
er Co.
Lint
int is made by the makers
Roofing. That is guarantee
>ody3. It is made on a cost
I explains our low prices.
iinting - it will pay you.
'eed Prices
Per Gal.
(No. 448) $3.50
Wfl (No. 435) 3.00
Per Per Per
Pint Quart Gal.
...--.....-$0.80 $1.25 $3.70
in-... .55 .85
1.25
f Paint '1.80
t4
NEW
FALL
Ou al odsac ov GOODS
Our fallgoods are now coming n a nd we have used the utmost care in
selecting the quality and patterns tha t will please and which we can sell
at prices you can well afford to pay.
The new fall patterns in Gingham s. Percales, Cheviots, Shirting, Pongee
Tafatas, Silks and Satins will please you, for not only will you find the
newest and latest patterns but qualit y in every piece.
We invite you to see our fall l1-n a which you will find complete from
work shoes to the up-to-date dress q hoes and oxfords, from ties and hose
to suits and hats, from the cheaper d rcss goods to silks and satins, from
work shirts and overalls to dress shi-r is and suits.
You are always welcome and will fi nd bargains on the Reminant table
and shioe tab'les.
M
It is our motto to please you inl go ods and qual'ty and in courtesy.
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o' r ous ae si a
an eals; taken Internally
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Milnery s owingbI
Th aties A. Pickensut Libet aforilln
vitation HtoShimeyn npet strimmer, hseenh
Ssecue tlo tae argie of ourdielliners Departmet
an seon Cashe a injatst rettrnd from styles.g
th.a vrbe shownRY, iety, county

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