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40th Year PIGKEN&-S S. C., FEB 9.:- 1911. Nme 3
..OYSTERZ GUAO COMPANN
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FACTOR!ES AND SALES OF' ICES.
NORFOLK, VA. TAIR!ORO, N. 0. 0COLUNMA, G. .SPARTANC!
MACON.GA. COLZ~tA3US, GA. MONTCor.. : ::, .LA. BALTin
If 9,986 Farmers and Planters;
told you that their yields per acre of cotton, corn, wheat, I
fruit, fruit.trees, -peanuts and Lne and truck crops wvere great
and whicht they though the best and biggest crop producers
on earth-wouldn't you' fe-el that you should, in justice to
yourself, try these fertilizers and get the same increased yield's I
on your farm?
We have many thousand of unasked for'letters, from 'far
mers, blessing the day they bought VIRGINIA-CAROLINA
FERTILIZERS. Many of these letters are in the Farmers'
Year Book, which can be had free from your dealer.
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FOGER. THRLY&0. gnt.Pces .C
BOWEm FRRTI~IE.E TIP
Do'. s esta i hnrdpud ffrilzrt h ce hr you
us es ha ixhnde pud toteacei acsa tmln otesi n
Frulet aultome and dsrtelo-grd ferir a~ ito hihgrd
Blood Tankge. nRfishcra a Amal A .mmonites, Supht of SAmona
and Nirae98God areamoaes, andtoSed Mealteis aVgea
old ymouate teuealfeei theiryed pertizer of cotto, con, dowhetr
wkand Fxas oe rikytaniohers.
sone ieash-oulnt ouesn.S that younsould se usticd touv(
yourselfzry hese feenrizes ahedplat frthe am incrosd yilldsr 3
Wued ae mprany touesanhrd. ofi unse f cmlett erslizrom ar- un
mless beshsingi ntacpee da feytibough t VIRGNIACAtthreOuget
FER.TI-LIZErmth.tm Man sofotni the lntr matres ind the Famrs' is
eay ooke wahid. a fe ro or elr
Co iveeadwt themgacuturiealthiso Norharn and rgaeo
Doith oue les4s a MAKE 1Tre ousigtedeetknds of frizeoheae.niates that
wse ese. th an aknde pnd.4 too thart act casl a stillana ton theaperl and
take.st a mre proit oontu frouolntmk the cr# hatfrnse ops arit intif wy
e:usts th. A ol. Bout whrnou ue morte thrice ofufertiieds paounsi funsesx
hmored pnod to the acre.l tn il vermi an lineo three waycrescand lu
troevn i i~ to hau avoe.authiycet and itiuelwgae i fertilizeri den high-gae
fe osii.and teealt iolr n osare ino or copae.obtecrphaeen
Us a fideronAbeille.it Grenmod, Veble Laurn, Giraelle monee
Blod Tke ndiesha Scap ae Aimal ourfertzer Slhase and lAt.oTher
arat of odaes Minnersan Aont and09o wheeed preawere awarded.
bnler - monetf the se all wof tooke in thed ourfeiizr w.m makingd thir
cone gie sout anomson Comlesge. tha whtiien youasepringod you hae elln
a thergi whihfsFa Werishe he glafrol wrte tom- te fports aeir i
in the origs.ocn during them landb ~asail ad unwhti they play.i Pma
p~clei dwoe tsd not olt fertilizertiya ofi9t des notad sattteg heryoan gt
itm ood hat theai. iTheren aeceopbeter fertilizer utlescs thwleand heoods
ise the pant, from ther time itte rous grogii the plntmaurendr than cropi
orertilizeristused. Teesaeet r akdb eut.Teei ofri
Wie thave stand in crespnectwtthFriier Authorities at Clemson Cleeta us ewn
a for Itus to youefrilierespeioabuy adaptedds. the' soLET in U Fn Eton
w6uE. WET. This an l 8..etgod thamni wecae adiwlla ak thee pot
ah nut ade much prfcit o itribute. wo fetiz make cpstont frit ifryou
-uide pondnderescr. on, il C.altl vrtrears n o
a ~ ~ R resid tyigt aenbt thryD.tsa acr in feriER, henuae
niaei\ THrO RNbeiLEY &reenood, Aerr . Pkens, ile Oc.
;RG, S. 0.
Statement of the Condition of
The Pickens Bank
Located at Pi6kens. S. C.,
Lt the close of business Feb. 3rd 1911.
oans and'Discounts..... $146,023.88.
3ondstand Stocks owned
By Bank................ ,200. 00
3anking House............ 7,315.75 1
Turniture and Fixtures. .. 2,324 28
)ther Real Estate......... 3,605.00
)ue from BanKs and Bankers 34,915.48
)ilver and other Coin..... 202 15
Ohecks and Cash Items.... 132.58
Japital Stock Paid In.... 8 20,500.00
murplus Fund............ 29,500.00
Individed Profits, leas Cur
rent Expenses and Taxes
)ividends Unpaid 5.00
ndividual Deposits subject
to Check................ 84,702.45 I
avings Deposits.......... 75,000.00
ashier's Checks.......... 480.28
Itate of Soutu Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Before me came I. M. Mauldin, cash
er of the above named bank, wno,
~eing iluly sworn, says ttiat the above
nd foregoing statement is a true con
ition of said bank, as shown by the
ooks of said ban K.
I. M. MAULDIN. .
Sworn to and sabscribed before me,
his 6th day of Feb. 1911.
*G. E. HENDRICKS, (seal.)
Notary Public for South Carolinia.!
J. M. STE WART,
J. M'D. BRUUE, -Dircos
I. M. MAULDIN. ircos
Statement of the-uobdition of the l
Keowee Bank, I
located at Pickens. S. C,
at the close of bnsiness Feb. 3rd 1911.
loans jand Discounts.....$56,768.12
'orniture and Fixtoures.... 2,300.00
)ue from Banks and Bankers 13,876.33
silver and other Coin.. .. 972.72.
3hecks and Casbllte~ms.... 100,00
Total,............ . .$79,704 22
Japital Stock Paid In. 825,000,00
Jndivided Profits, less
Current Expens s and4
Tax Paid.. ... .. 2,18.104.22.168
)ue to Bank ana Bankers 4'J2.30'
:ndividual Deposits subje-ct
to Check................ 29.513 16'
saving Deposits 6,558.821
Jashier's .hecks.... ........298. 11
Bills Payable, including Cer
tificates for money borrowed 15,000.0(
stat-- of South Claroi-na,
County of Pickens.
Before me came M. C. Smith Caseh
er of the above namedl bank, who
,-mg duly sworn. says that the above
md foregoing statement is a true con
lition of said bank, as shown by the
books of said bank.
M 3. C Smith.
Sworn to and subscribed before me:
this 7th cay o. Feb.. 1911.
J. B, ASHMORE,.
B E. BRUCE,
J. P. CAREY, ~.Directors.
SENTINEL JOURNAL CONTEST
The Sentinel-Journal conte.
is the greatest thing of its kin(
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if an individual should. wal
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want you to work for me durin
your spare time for a couple c
months, and for your services
will give you S400.. what yvoul
you think? At first that woul
astonish you wouldn't it? An
then without -considering th
matter furtheryou would gras
the opportunity, and fight lik
Eury before it would be too late
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Besides the grand prize Pianc
several other prizes will be giver
Several Contestants have a]
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the thing for you to do, if you
iesires are as great as just th
veratge persons, is to send -ii
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yoy or girl, of -good repute, i
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ournal, or a direct memnbir o
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ng coupon. Cut this out an<
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ontestant, with their address
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SCALE OF VOTES
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2 years $2.00 2500 votes
3 years $3.'00 4000 votes
5 years $5.00 7500 votes
6 years $6.00 9000 votes
0 yers '$6.0 25,000 votes
News from Crosswell. t(
Measles are raging through f
this community, otherwise we
;t enjoy good health. e
i, Mrs. Tom Belcher has beon n
on the sick-list for the past few
weeks. Her many friends hope C
v for her early recovery. il
>. Farmers have been doing a ir
k great deal of olowing.
I Our school is in a flourishing L
g condition, under the skillful 1,
f management of Miss Anna 1i
I Kay. fe
d Mr. Walter Hunt, of Grecn- tf
d ville, visited his father, Mr.
d Harvey Hunt, Sunday. I
e Mr. Tom Phillips, of Green- t
p ville, was the guest of Miss th
e Della Fuller, Sunday afternoon. h
1. Mr. Boss Jones and Miss Alma W
F Stegall were recently the guests a
s of Miss Fannie Lark.
Mr. George James, of Brushy
Creek, visited at Mr. D. F. Ful- r
Miss Arrie Smith and little y
e brother, Avery. of Easley, vis- y
ited their aunt, Mrs. D. A. H
Tompkins. Saturday and Sun- s
r Messrs. James Spencer and th
e Ernest Addington were recently it
1 the guests of the Misses Fuller. ai
Mrs. Kay Robinson, of Green
ville, is visiting her parents, Mr. M
1 and Mrs. Toni Belcher, this h<
1 week. bi
I Messrs. ..Anderson and Forrest b<
Looper visited Mr. J. P. Lark, ps
f The singing at the home of ,
- Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Tompkins,
Sunday afternoon was greatly i
- enjoyed by all present.
s Mr. J. H. Garrison made a
s bu-iness trip to Greenville last S4
Saturday. Mamma's Pet.
r Fortner, S. C. vi
t Farmers made good crops last n
year and received good prices r
E for same, and they are now
plowing preparing for .another
t fine crop.
- The people are building a nice so
3 new church at Pleasant Grove. at
It will soon be complete'd and P
ready for the parson.
r Mr.'D. L. Barker is doing a hE
rushing business in the mercan- le
tile line. vi
~'Mr. Will Hendricks has locat
a ed his sawmill on Mr. Frank e
- McJunkin's land and is doing a fc
E They have a flourishing-school e
C at Pleasant Grove, taught by b<
Miss Janie Hendricks. D
Mr. Norman Hardin and f am- g
e ily, from Oklahoma. are visiting
the family of Mr. N.'s family.
,John Ellinburg has movedR
Sinto his nice new house.
IMr. B. B. Barker is going intou
- Ithe fruit business. He has W
Eplanted several hundred trees.a
> Mountain Ranger. ni
sLiberty, Jan. 30.-The quar
terly conference will convene
Swith the Methodist church here
2 next Saturday and Sunday. An.
interesting program is being ar
,ranged, and a large attendance*
r jis expected.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hunt spent
part of this week with Mrs. c
1Hunt's mother, Mrs. M. M. 1
Hunt. of Waihalla. t
Miss Annie Bell -Brown, of*
s Winthron, is visiting her par- li
ents, Mr and Mrs. Joe Brown,
and will' return to her studies F
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher and 3
children, of Pickens, spent Sat- i\
urday and Sunday with the
former's brother; Mr. J. S. 8
IMiss Jinnie Parson, who is
spending awhile with relatives*
tin Ellperton, Ga. is expected
home th~e latter part of the week
) the delight of her .many
Mr. Walter Smith spent sev
.al days in Abbeville on busi
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brock, of
entral, spent Friday afternoon
the city. They came through
t their automobile.
The many friends of Misses
ou and Sue Smith, two aged
dies of Liberty, will be de
zhted to know that they are
st improving after being ill for
ie past few months.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Parkins
fr, last week for Texas, where
tey will stay for some time for
te benefit of Mr. Parkins'
salth. His many friends here
ish him a speedy recovery and
Junius Boggs spent one day,
cently in Central on business.
Miss Pauline Brown is great
improved after being serious
ill for the past two weeks.
er many friends hope she will
on be able to be out again.
Mr. and Mrs: Joe Gaines and
eir two boys, J. and Roy, vis
,d relatives in Norris Saturday
The infant son of Mr. and
rs. R. F. Black died at their
me here last Tuesday and was
iried the following- day.' The
,reaved parents have the sym
Lty of a number of friends.
Mr. M. A. Evans of Six Mile,
as in the city Friday.
Mrs. W. A. Watkins visited
Rev. and Mrs."Marett speilt
turday and &enday with
[ends near Gap Hill.
Mr. B, F. Parsons, of Pickens,
sited his daughter, Mrs. Kee
m, and other relatives here,
Notes From Seneca
-Mr. B. D. Brazeale spent
me time last week in Central
the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.
-Mrs. John Myers is visiting
r son, James Myers, at Eas
y, and also relatives in Green
-Dr. P. H. E. Sloan, treasur
of Clemson College from its
undation, broke his ankle Fri
~y as he stepped put of Hunt
's store at Pendleton. Every
>dy who knows him loves
e. Sloan, and deeply sympa
.izes with him.
-The numerous friends of MEr.
H. Dilworth will regret ex
edingly to learn of his depart
e. He moved his family last
eek to Walhalla, where he has
cepted a position as salesman
the store of Mr C. W. Bank
ght. Mr. Dilworth moved his
mily to the Dilworth home
~re from Central several weeks
~o, and his friends here regret
at he didnt locate pernanent
.We wish him much success.
North Pickens Appointments.
The following are the appoint
~ents of Rev. E. L. Thomason,
astor of the North Pickens cir
uit for the Year of our od
11. Let everybody encourage
ie preacher by keeping his ap
>intments in mind and giving
im good congregations:
orter's Chapel 1st S$un. 11a. m.
riendship 1st Sun. 3 p. m.
ethel 2d Sun. 11 a. m~
ew Hope 2d Sun. 3 p. m.
LcKinnie's Chapel 2d Sun 11
alem 4th Sun. 11 a. m.
~~ HA! m BALSAM