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The Sentinel is indebted to Mr.
"Bunk" Crane 'for a lot of fine ap
Mr. B. 11. Taft of Greenville is
Visiting his daughter, Mrs. S.' J.
Miss Emily Robinson of Easley
spent the week-end with Miss Fran
ces Bruce.
R. M. Pike, auditor for Oconee
county, wias in aPickens on business
s. Wesley Garrett and children
Mrs. Nalley spent 'part vi last
c at Gaulley.
1rs. James H. Price and two chil
1 were visiting Mrs. /F4arl Sea
a last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaines of Waycross,
Ga., have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Jones recently.
'Squire Porter - and family have
moved to his country home 'a few
miles above Pickens.
'here were twenty-one baptized at
ona last gunday as a result of the
ent protracted meeting.
. Van Clayton, county superinten
it of education, made an education
address at Peters Creek Tuesday.
Mr. Guy McFall and family spenc
three days last week at Ceasar's Head
and are very enthuisiastic over the
pleasures of the place.
Theodore Smith, 'Dewitt Matthews,
Dcn and Robert Roark went to Clem
son Monday where they will enter
into their years school work.
Mrs. T. L. Bivens and famly
hIavC returned honse afttr spendin
the summer at Laie Junaluska, N.
Mr.J. P). Cart.y, Jr., Mrls. E. E.
MNvor'i is an( Miss Katherine Carey
the weekn-c a in ll(CSonville.
N C.
The Pickens chapter U. D. C. which
WaS to have met en next Friday will
IPot Iect until Friday week, the 15th
ile Woman's Auxiliary of the
Presbyterian church held its regular
meetirg Monday afternoon with Mrs.
R. E. Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Marion Pratt, of
Greenwve d, -re spending their va
cation with the latter's parents on
route three. . -
Mrs. B. A. Hagood has for her guests
the Misses Cathcart, Mr. Andrew
r. William Stephens of
T]. Power and family
1 to Seneca, where he
i isitionl in the store
d, former Pickens citi
Mr. R. L. Henderson and ~family,
Mr. G. E. Keith andl wife and R. F.
Herd of Pickens attended the rural
mail carriers' picnic at Clemson Col
lege Monday. They report a larg
attendlance from the counties oft
Pickens, Oconee and Anderson and a:
great time. Rev. D. W. Hiott sptoke
for Pickens, Rev. Mr'. Andrews f'
Oconee and Prof. D. W. Daniel for
Anderson. The Glenwvood band fur
nished music.
Choir practice is held every Thurs-.
day night after prayer meeting at
Grace Methodist church.
YOu Will Find
'ness at the St
And paying the
for produce.
30c per doz foi
25c per lb. for
Hams 15 to 25:
H-ams over 251
'to size and quality.
Your trade is i
church will have a .meeting, A the
home of Mrs. 0. ., Robnsoin next
Friday afternoon al ve o'clock.
Mr. Clifford Bagwell and Miss
Christine Sohes' were united in the
holy bcunds of matrimon? on Sunday,
August 3rd by Rev. B. P. Mitchell.
Johnnie Aiken, the young son of
Mr. W. W. Aiken who Eves one mile
south of ti.iis place And who has be i
extremely ill for several weeks is
Miss Edna EarlO, home demonstra
tion iagent of Marlboro county, re
turned to Bennettsville Thursday af
ter spenditng two weeks here with her
lr. and Mrs. J'ames Arnold, of
llbertcn, Ga., spent several day
with the latter's sist'or, Mrs. HW.good
Bruce, last week. They were ac
compained home by little MIss Vir
ginia Bruce.
Misses Frances Bruce and Elinor
Hagcod returned from a two months
sojourn in Europe last F'rIday. Thie.y
were met in Montreal by Messrs.
James Hagood and An(rew Simons,
who came on to Pickens with them.
Mr. Ernest Folger went to New
York hist Tuesday to buy fall and
winter gools. For many years he
has made these trips twice each
year and he Is an expert at the busi
J. Alonzo Brown of Cateechee
brought to The Sentinel office Mon
day thirty-two rattles and a bttton
from a rattle snake which was killed (
by his kinsman Willie Parker in V
Jackson county, N. C. No wonder
they ke p snake bite medicine in
Prof. McD. Weams'- singing school t
it Antioh chure-h w'll close next Sat
Irf1day -after a highly successful ses- (
dion. More than fifty pupils are at
ending. The class will give an en-.
ertainment Saturday afternoon be
inning at 1:30 to which the public is 1
trdIally invited.
Mrs. G. G. Christopher was the.
harm ing hstess last week to the
liursday Afterneon Bridge club. The
ables were laid in the living room,
,hich was beautifully decorate(l with
iright eclrired zinnias. Aft'r the
-ames a delicious salad course was
erved. Mess Emily Thornley mad
.he highest score.
Mrs. James P. Carey, Jr., enter
tined Thursday morning f.t her
1ome on West Main street at a
bridge luncheon complimenting Mrs.
Dennis Craig of Daytona, Fla., and
Mrs. B. A. Hagood of Charleston.
lho home was beautfully decorate-l
ith cut flowers, the autumn shades
predominating. The score cards were
hand painted; and the guests found
their places by drawing tally cards,
haaving attached dainty hand-made
baskets filled witi delicious candy.
After several progressive games of
bridge were enjoyed, a twvo course
lu:ncheon was served. The followving
olut-of-towln guests were present:
Mrs. Paul Robinson of Detroit, Mich.,
M. Gertrude Mathews, Mr's. C. B.
Hagood, Mrs. J. L. Camp, Mrs. Ar
thur I(ne:, Mrs. Fulton Robinson,
Miss Gladys Smith and Miss Emily
Robinson of Easley.
The historian of the Pickens Chap
ter U. D). C., Mrs. Vesta McFall, re
(uests that all the members send in
the papers on which they were~ ad
itted to the chapter with 'an ac
count of some deeds of their any
estor, as she must file them in Co
lumbia by the 15th of this month.
She wvill have them copied and re
turned to the owners at once.
Me Doing Bus
ime Old Place
Greenville market
eggs at present.
fryers up to 75c.
bs. 25c,
bs priced' according
~or trade,
,eral weeks in : Brevard.
Miss: Emma Herde of Greenville
spent past week-ohd with Parents
Air. and Mrs. Sam Craig we
visitois in Columbia last Friday
anId Saturday.
Charlie Cureton, Jr., has gone to
Clintoal to resume his studie:'t tile
ed *tean College.
liss Nn New ton has 1turn.1d
oill ani extended trip to \ialla,
Wes tmlinster anld oth~erpan..
'ilic sevemlih -anniual Bjhi v'n ier
dl0atte Piekenls tabernal Ilt
"egin1 Tiursday night, Se ptt mher 7.
Dr. Tirzah Ilupht.. is with her
a-nt, Mrs. J. B. Newibery. wh is
critically ill at lT homiunie in 'ickens.
Rev. Pat \rew, wife and little
sonl Edwin, spent Tuesday unterio-al
w (Capt. J. ''. Taylor mald family
in 'iekens.
.1-1rs. Frank Bakely and Miss
l t.Ila PortCr from Virginia are
visiting at the he ne of their father,
Dr. F. S. Portr.
31r. and 1Mrs. Z. L. Chamblin with
Mis. Loreta Young from IUberty
'isited at the hcm'el of R. T. Hallum
ust Wednesday.
Mr. J. M[ Gantt is having another
tory added to his house oil Cedat'
tock street and many other valuable
rovements madeo.
We arpe requested to announce
hat John T. Nix will pr'each in front
if the court house next Saturday
fternoon at 4 o'clock.
Mr. aind Mrs. Richard Byars and
h:ldren of Easley spent last Friday
vith Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gillespie,
he parents of M'rs. Byars.
Mrs. Vesta Met). Parks of Tulsa,
)kla., is visiting at the home of her
CUsins, Miss C. N. Clayton and MIrs.
E. Robinson, on Liberty route
Mr. and 3!rs. WV. C. Keith were
vppy la.t Sunday to have all their
vhi(ldren with tlem. Thev were
i:mvs, Oscr.. Frank, Rey, Elaine,
'a--ra Ada, andI' Mrs. Inlez Crump.
The. mil embrs of circle number 1
f the Latist clLic'li and a few
ivited giestZ enioyed a delightful
)i(lic inl Hollingsworth pasture last
ridpy afe~rnoonl.
David Matheney, three, year old
mn of Mr. and Mr's. W. L. Matheney,
Vas painfully hurt when he stepped
Mn one prong of a rake last Sunday
fternoon. lie has suffered severe
In th:'nking the prople for the vote
given him in the reret race ter col
gres, Hen. E. Ll. McCravy of Eas'ey
announces that he will be a candidte
for congress again two years from
The local W. C. T. U. wiil meet
with Mrs. C. E. Robinson next Tues
lay afternoon at 4 o'clock. All mem
bers urged to attend as officers for
the comting year will be erected at
this meeting.
Marr'ied, Saturday night, Mr. Ottis
Collins of Pickens ail Miss Lulai Pal
muer of Central. The ceremony was
pet formed by Rev. .J. C. Diggs at the
home of the bridegrcom's sister, Mr is.
Glunter, near' Pickens.
Aunt Becky Lynch of the Oolenoy
section, grandl-mother of Mr. Ray
Lynch of 0our town, dlied Monday, and
was bur:'ed at lylly Springs church
Tluesdaoy. She wamh 90 years old an
had t'eared~ a large family.
Mr. Edwin Nungeyser, Jr., from
Greenville, spenit the plast week-end
wvith IRichard Hallum. Mr. Nungey
ser' works with the Pi-ovence Print
ing Company. HeI is a senior at
Furman this year and one of Fur
man's finest studlents.
Dr. W. C Black of Greenville was
called in consultation wvith Dr. Por
ter' to the bedside of M~r. W. R. Mc
Kinney on last Monday and they deC
cidled that an~ X-ray examination wvas
necessary, so he was carried to the
Greenville city hospital for that pur
pose0 the\ day follow,ing. Mr. Mc
Kinney recently got his hip broken.
Miss Rath Diggs left Saturday for
Waynesville, N. C., where she will
teach the secand grade of the city
schocls. She is stopp;ing with Mr. and
Mr's. Adkins, son and dlaughter-mi
law of Bishop Adikins of the Methodis'
chuich. Mi'. Adkins is a prominett
bud4ness mani of Waynesviile. Hie re
cently gav'e a stag dinner to the
W',aynesv'ille hast bali te'am and amtong
the guests was D). B. Finney, a Pick
i chem", S. C.
Friday and Saturday
in her' chloam I1L snecess
Fi'om Cynthbia Stockley's wvorkl
framous nove'Ll.
A Stupeodous Thril'ei'. Don't Mis
IAdlded attractlen-Hfarold Lloyd ia
Seitinef readers to the large numbo
of advertisements of Pickens bus'ne
men in this paper. The merchani
here appreciate the fact that The Sei
tinel thoroughly covers this terri'or
111nd they prove that they oant th
business of Seiitinel readers by th
way they tell you what they have t
offer and the way they invite yol
into their stores. If this liberal ad
vertising pFtrnage keeps up Th<
Sentinel will Uithe r' have to-enilarg,
its paper or publiih a semi-weekly
Iead the Picke's ads. There are tw(
of them.
Married at'Ite res.ideice of lllagis
tra'te J. W. Holliday. August 1:8, lis.
Elizabeth Boveii and \lr. 'char
Gantt, both members of prbmluinen
fam ihies of Gap Hill siti< n. The.
are reee ving coigratulatitins of man
H air Cut (except Saturday)..... 25<
Shave'- ----- ----------- -........ 15,
Glever's Shampoo...---.-....-... 401
Qu~inine Tonie..-.-_ _...-......_...._..- 15_
DeLuxe Tonic--- ---- -- ------ 15<
Mahldeen Tonic-----.. ..20<
Plain Shampoo ---- -- ---- -- 25<
Singe - .- -- --. ------.------ 25<
Massage -- -- -- ------------- 25<
All other work in proportion.
Renew your health
by purifying -your
system with
The 1uified and refined
'l:-rr~f ablts" that are free
fro n ,a d dancer.
* ~ as
C - ii kn c;.lcmel
and rt co)nbine:. De
Mandi p. enuinc in 10c
and 2c packages, bearing
above trade-mark.
As the summi
that we wv.ll ont
e'nother season.
We are certal
preciate the rca
Wie also havti
terial for a wai
the remnant tn
Our stock of
koep your wan'
!JJ - '-.
Cut your
costs mn
half with
the Fordson *
on every acre
i plowed
with the
the work o
your farm
four to six --
hafwithh 7
er'.'''This Value
Con Has Never
over half--.ee
with the1..
the Fordson Duplcated
Give yourself It takes something besides
an 8-hour engineering to furnish a
ou can thtractor like the Fordson
the to sell at this astonish
Fordson ingly low price.
That something is owner
confidence built on permanent satisfac
tion. There are 170,000 Fordson tractors
in use-wherever Power Farming is being
done Fordson is showing superior service.
vIf you are not using a Fordson now, start right.
IThe working ability of this remarkable power
plant is cutting farming costs in half in almost
every kind of work done, at the draw bar
or from the belt.
Ask us for all the details-call, write or phone.
H. P.Sitton, Jr.
Pickens, S. C.
ir season advances we all hesitate to buy expensive things
d be able to use for a short Lime, and then put it aside for .
To help our custome rs out in getting such articles as they
king special prices on voils, organdlies and ancy diress goodIs.
nily addig to our ba rgain Shoe counter and you will ap
I money saving purch ases that you can make from our shoe
a large table of rem nants from which you can select ma
te, skirt or dress and at a bargain. lDon't forget to see
ready to wear is larg e and comprete and it is our aim to
:s and at reasonable p rices.

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