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The Pickens sentinel. (Pickens, S.C.) 1911-2016, June 01, 1922, Image 8

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Sunday school at Bethlehem church I This is campaign year and etery
every Sunday afternoon at three v citizen will want the cunty paper.
(,],,.k. The clanneu are gro.wing each elth out ppr
ur,day. All who wish are invited to The Sentinel's offer of the paper at
in uJ.. $1.00 a year will close June $0.
T ELL your dealer you want
to see a Fisk Tire beside any
other he offers you. He has it
in stock or can get it. See for
yourself what the Fisk Tire has
to offer in extra size and strength,
how its resiliency compares when
you flex the tire under your hand,
how the depth of the non-skid
tread looks beside other treads.
'T'his is the way to buy tires!
Thr: e as i a ! ik fire' of extra value in every size.
for c.r, trur A .or .speed waigoin
IicFaII's Garage, Pickens,
i'.:;, A\IL K1::DS o;"
As the third of June draws
~extend to one and all, young and
near a hearty -welcome in Our mids
Whether you fought in Cit
world war, we are glad with you ar
Sthat you are with us yet and are a]
in and enjoy such occasion as th
only brings to us.
This will be a great day in ti
of us-some may not enjoy such a d~
we trust that it will be a pleasant d
your friends with you and we wish
dial welcome.
-Drop In And See Us, You Are Always W
Edwards & D
Butterick Patterns In S
First Grade--Naomi Alexander,
Jake Copel, Julio Finley, Corrinne
Hinton, Mary Hendrick}, Doris Lewis,
Clyde Manley, Tommy M.uldin,
Allene McDaniel, Thel'a Newt(on,
'Thoirnas Valley.
Secornd Grade.--J. C. Alexanrelr,
Freddie C :laton, Edith ('o>, JoFi'!
Crai. Mr:ry Darsey, Kae Finley,
Katrir'e rnney, Ernest F.'tr, MIac
Foler JhnHallumn, Gracec Jewell,
Sara Johnson, W. A. Mathews, Jr.,
Elizabeth McDaniel, Veta McFall,
I Marion Ncaly, Bcts Partridge, Sara
'Thi'"d G.a'de.-B-n C':x, Arkhur
Crai}, Catherine Davi., ?weetie
Davi":, E.telle Durharn, Erniy Grav
, Annette Hest.r, Calbrun Hinton,
Rub. Langstnr, Jaz, L.wis. Jarne:
L vorrn, Chi's'tine :a:a ::, Elizabeth
F"'''rth Grad( -E:ut'rr:ia (i :, Julia
i rJ:'-r, (urtiv M at .v;c}, Edith Fin
; . S} 'arah St1 ..art, Le'ra H~enderson,
.n.. \1Ma, ::", E;lza''xth, Hiolen.
F .', (r'J-.-- : (antrel , Amy
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near we wish to
old, from far or
'il or the recent
.d your relatives
>le to participate ~
3 third of June
sie lives of many ,
ty next year, so,
ay to all. Bring
you each a cor
elcome At
Locals ad Porsoulls
The school at the Pickens Mill
closed last Friday.
Superintendent F. Van Clayton hay
been in Cohmbia on busincss severai
Miss Frances Bruce attended c;m
mencemcnt at Convrse College this
w cek.
Mrs. NeFe Garvin of Greenville
viriting her p4arents, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Yongue.
Miss Elva Stewart is visitire' %t
Andesr:--on Cclkge this week dirir
Mr. J. W. Wi :hester of rrutr
was :n Pi'l'ens Tuesday and iid a
prlhsart call at the e rtinel office.
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a. h :u.t v . *i(_ t *Ii*o in (i i
IrI ' :! -r'.r: - . a d lfightful
that i!:e jreople ci1 the e'-unty will
rem<I mberW to binJg an re* l]ic tot t h
tt c wvill be Ithere tA. take chiarge of
them andz~ th~y ~'will be well cared
Miss Ari.tra BeFwick of Kansas
C'ity, M1o., on her return home from
the Southe~rn Baptist confvention in
Jacksonville, Fla., came by Pickens to
make a short visit to her' sister Mrs.
J. C. Diggs. She~ came in Tuesday
of last week and left Monday for
Kansas City.
Mr. G. W. Bowen is announced this
wtgek, as a ceandlidate for county comn
mwsiont(r. He has been before the
public many years and is one of the
h st known men of the county. For
tan yeais h e s1ervcd Pickens as comn
ml.~1O(ie aLnd is well qIualifie~d for
the cflice.
Efrts are being madle to secure
the release0 of Clarence Mace who in
Sej-t< mber 1920 was sentencedl to
Sd rv( seven years on the county chain1
gang, having plead g'ulty on a charge
of stealing a ford automobile in Eas..
ley. Young Mace is now in the
county jail here and is not ver'y
srong physically. i s father and
sist(er from Ashev'ille were here last
week in his behalf.
I wi~h to thank my many friends
for thcir kindness durmng the illness
andl death of my mother. I also wish
to thank Dr. W. A. Sheldon for his
indn est, and may Godl's richest bless..
ngretupon each and~ e'very one is
my prayer. Robert Wright.
Notice4 is hereby given bhat I will
make appl)1ieti on to N. A. Christopher.
1-q, Judge of P'robate for P'ickens
county, in the State of Sout h Caro
lina, on the 9th dlay er' June, 1922,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, or as
rnlo3 t h:2I'after as said aippl ienItin
c0:'n he heardI'(. for. leave to make final
st men t of the personalI (estate of'
fli te Gallow~ay, defensed'c, and ob
a in discharge as Gua rdiani of said
/ S. i.R Cra i, rutll.
MISS CHAMBLIN HONORS. the bride to read by Mrs. E. ' W.
Mason and Miss Eula B. Attaway.
One of the prettiest social events The favors were tiny white baskets
taking place at Liberty recently was with a card announcing the date of
a .shower given h" Miss Sybil Cham. the marr'age.
blin in honor of Mrs. S. D. Groves. A delightful salad course was serv.
who before her marriage was Miss ed with black coffee. n I
Lois Clayton.
Tne Jtouse was beaut:fully decora- The Salvation Army of Greenville
te+ :n green with pink andkhite is planning to put on a campaign soon
r~e .a:. Each vr"t was akdt
bring a written reccipe for a "cook in Pickens county to raise money for
bw.k." .Mis. Irene Chamblin and their work. Some of the officials will
Mr. Kinard Jrhnson stood outside the be here in a few days to make a can.
loor and i.a:'ted each recdpe in a vass for funds. The Salvation Army
log E:1 brown" an'] s fold hand made grair
bo"l:. As the guests entered they 's a great organization for good and
wre (rsc"nted to the receiving line in every respect is worthy of liberal
by the mother of the hostess, Mrs. support of the public.
Z. S. Chanmblin. When the wedding ,.
I m rh be "anr'::} ~iee by Mrs. J
Hugh Shirla. love] lttle Erniler' A marble head and glass eyes can
ee'.s dr's-ed a a bride with a tell the difference between an old
arg'e white baske't full of dainty hand roast and fresh roasted coffee. Ask
. :zlel. I. .. (iro'.' i them to the your dealer for Bull's fresh roasted,
"n c th the "'Dont's" for coffees. 6f
JN 3, 1922
We want every Confederate soldier in
the county to call at our store and get free
drinks and cigars.
All drinks 5c June 3, and every other
Ice Cream - Candy - Cigars
Our prices wont be up in the aeroplane.
R. E. Lewis, Pro') Phone 2
You Will Fiiid Me Doing Bus
ness at the Same Old Ilace
and if you want the highest prices for
produce, bring it to me.
I am paying:
18c per lb. for hens.
35c per lb. for fryers up to 65c.
l0c 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 201bs 22c.
Hams 20 to 251bs 21c.
Hams 25 to 351bs 20c,
Greenville market for eggs.
Yours for trade,
~ Terms arranged to suit your
J. M. Smith Auto Co.
SAuthorized Ford and Fordson Dealers
Phone 101. Easley, S. C.
We Sell 'em All Over Pickens

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