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The Pickens sentinel. (Pickens, S.C.) 1911-2016, March 17, 1921, Image 3

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olesale and Retail IH y rain and
Easley, S. C.
Just Received a Car Load of - .
90 per cent grain.
Also big lot of new chicken feed.
We sell for spot cash-that's the reason
w, can sell for less.
Come to see us.
Easley, S. C.
pecial on Men's Hats
We are offering $5.00 Men's Hats, the.
latest shapes and weights, in best quality a
felts at only $3.50 while they last.
Get our prices on the best in fresh gro
Order it from our yards and you
wvill not be disappointed in its qual
ity or reasonable price. We sug
gest that you pay us a visit and in.
Sspect our lumber stocks. We are
- showving a large variety of woods ii
dimensions to suit your needs.
Mr Easley, S. C.
19 ake Every Field hfog-igj/
Geod Fencing protects your live stock and growing~ crops.
Ater harvest you can pasture fields as desired. From year
-to~ year you can rotate crops scientifically. In fact, good fenc
as essential to modern, profitable farmning.
~Pittsburgh Perfect"
Electrically Welded Farm Fenci g
* helps pjut farming on a business basis. It puts fields
entirely under your control, enabling yoiito farm
them most profitably.
There are heights and designs of "Pittsburgh Perfect" fencing
for every farm purpose. It is a perfected fence of uniform
~j high quality, and every rod guaran teed. T.he electrical weld
mlsakes It a one-piece steel fabric of great strength and dura
b~ ilty. See us for your fencing, barbed wirc, staples, etc.
For.Sale by
Easley, S. C.
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Send Us Ypr. Jb Printing
e farmers is et
'be'n to prepare '4heir land
bther crop, but nqt much of' jheaac
yl1l be planted in cetton.. ;W
hatien't seen but.two lod _f guane
hauled out this season up to this writ.
ing. Our opinion Is the guano com
panies will not spend a many sleep.
less nights brooding over accounts
for the year 1921 as they have over
accounts made in ..the ' year 1920.
With the preaant price .of cotton the
farmers haven't got any heart to
comence a cotton crop. Let the
farmers plant, corn, raise' their meat
I and other stuff to live on at home,
darn up the "windows" in their
breaches, wear course shoes and
cheap hats, let the world get hungry
for cotton and then keep it that way
cotton will then demand a price to
justify raising it.
Mr. C. L. Potter, who has bet the
general manager of the company
store at this place for some time, has
resigned his position and gone to
Cowpens to go in business for him
self. He was superseded by Mr. W.
A. Burgess, who served in the same
capacity for some time a few years
ago. Magistrate I. L. Leopard, who
has served as clerk in the company
store for some time, accepted of Mr.
Burgess' place and -is now outside
Little Luther Leopard,' son of Mr.
and Mrs. L. L. Leopard, of Cateechee,
who was se.iously' burned by his
clothing catching on fire from the
grate a few mornings ago, is getting
along as well as could be expected
considering his burns. Luther is a
bright child and his friends hope for
him a speedy recovery.
Chief Holcombe, of Easley, had
many friends in this section who
were sorry to hear of his death.
We are glad to know that Pickens
county have some officers who are
willing and fearless enough, if cir
cumstances justify it, to die to up
hold the laws of our country as well
as the boys in France offered their
lives and some lost their lives in the
defense of their country. Rural Po
liceman R. T. Chapman deserves
commendation for his bravery in fol
lowing and capturing those law
breakers after they had killed Chief
If each offender would feel the ef
fects of breaking the. law as they
should there would be less violation
of the law.
I am sorry to say our chief execu
tives, our magistrates, our jurors an<
our. judges are too easy. Let i
burnt child realize the effects of th<
fire and it will not be so quick t
After the dead man is gone the
sympathy is always for the defend
ant. Remember, jurors, the defend
ant can tell his tail about it and the
dead man cannot. .If I were chie:
executive of the state there wvouk(
be very few cases I would pardon.]
would not want the blood of the slai
man on my hands.
Married on Thursday, March 10th,
about 4 :00'p. mn., at the residence of
the groom in the town of Norris, Mr.
W. H. G. Sanders to Miss Lillie Mae
Nations, J. Alonzo Brown, N. P., of
ficiating. The groom is a son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sanders and
was a widower, while his bride is a
da'ughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Nations.
After the marriage had been per
formed all were invited into the din
ing room where the invited guests
found a table loaded down with good
things to eat and as the writer had
taken a lesson a long time ago, such
occisions dlon't conme every day, ad
hered strictly to the lesson and never
missed a bite.
The contracting parties have the
congratulations of their many friends.
Mr. andl Mrs. James A. Whiten, of
Norris, entertainedl from 2 :30 till 5
p. mn., on Saturday, the 12th inst.,
about fifty little girls and boys in
honor of the birthday of their twvo
little boys, James and Nickler, the
former being nine years old1 and the
latter seven. -After engaging in
various kinds of games by the little
folks in wvhich Mrs. Whiten taken
part andl enjoyed it, as much as the
little folks, all were invited into a
large hall where twvo tables had been
prepared for the children with good
things to eat. After the little folks
had full control of the evening and
enjoyed themselves to their own
heart's content, they began to break
off for their homes, wishing that
every day could be a birthday. As
Mr. and Mrs. Whiten showed such
good taste for enjoymenit in this lit
tie party,, the writer suggests they
have a wedding anniversary and in
vite their older frineds.
Funeral Director and
Phone 'No. 5
Inc rease the yield .per acre, cut pr6 bction
costs, improve the quality of your cr and
protect against weather, insects and is
eases by the liberal use of
See your Royster dealer
and place your order now
F. S. Royster Guano Co.
Norfolk, Va. Richmond, Va. Lynchburg, Va.
Tarboro, N. . . Charlotte, N. C. Washington, N. C.
Columibia, S. C. Spartanlsburg, S. C. ~Atlanta, Ga.
Macon, Ga. Columbus, Ga. Montgomery, Ala.
Birmingham, Ala. Baltimore, Md. Toledo, Ohio
Send Us Your Job Printing -2
S .. l .W....t
The Fertilizer That Makes
You the Most Profit
CNOMPLETE Fertilizers containing phosphoric acid, ammonia
and potash make you the most profit. They must be evenly
mixed and, properly proportioned from carefully selected organic
and chemical materials. This insures an even supply of plant
food throughout the growing season.
Swift & Company has everything necessary to make fertilizer
right: trained chemists-agricultural experts-modern machinery.
Buy Swift's Red Steer Complete Fertilizers and make the most
Swift & Company
Atlanta, Ga. Charlotte, N. C. Ne.w Orleans, La.
J. W. Hendricks Pickens S. C.
NorflkVa.Ricmon, V. Lnchurg V4

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