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The Pickens Sentinm
T LOCAL BREVITIES
some Tig;!on Know and Some
You Don\ Know About Our
- TOWns, Couty & People
-Mr. James Hunter, of nee
Liberty, was in Pickens Moz
a\.
-Mr. T. N. Hunter, of Libei
ty. was seen on the streets c
Pickens Monday.
-Joe Waring, who has bee
visiting . James Hagood her(
has returned to his home i
Charleston.
-Sydney Bruce left last Wec
nesday for Davidson, N. C.
where he re-enters Lavidso:
College.
-Miss Essie Hagood, a charn
ing daughter of Mr. and Mrs
W. M. Hagood. of Easley, visil
ed friends in Pickens this week,
-Mr. B. M. Hester, formerl:
of this county, but now of RE
saca, Ga., visited friends an<
relatives in this county las
week.
-The many friends of Mrs
John Thornley will be glad t,
know that her health is improv
ing after. an illness of severa
months.
-Mr. D. E. King and his son
Edward, prominent farmers o
near Piedmont, Anderson coun
ty. were visitors to our cit
Tuesday.
-Judge I J. B. Newbery pei
formed. a marriage ceremony o:
the 4th in-t., and thereby joinei
the lives of Miss Namer Rolan
and Thomas Field together.
-2ev.. A. Waters. of thi
place,. and Mr. Frank Moffett
9k Manning, left Monday fo
Lake- Toxiway, Caesar's Hea<
and other mountain resorts fo
a week.
- -Rev. D). W. Hiott baptize
forty-two converts at Mt. Beth
el church. Anderson county, las
9 Sunday. An immense crowd o
people were present to witnes
the service.
-Two other hearts and live
were united by Judge Newber
at-flis office last Monday whe:
the marriage ceremony was sai
between Mrs. Alice Neeley an
Jay Britton.
-Judge J. H. Newton, c
Piekens, left here Tuesday o:
an extended business trip t
Spartanburg, Asheville. Kno>
ville, Nashville and intervenin
points. Mr. Newton is travelin
-representative and appointin
agent for a large publishin
house in Philadelphia. He wi
be away until Christmas,
-Hon. J. E. Boggs has sufi
-ciently recovered 'his health 1
It wili be
est to co
S over our s
thing now
goes at acti
cost.
nPM
be o-n the streets almost ever
day. He t~hinhs he will be abit
to attend the next tern of couri
two w"eeks hence.
-Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Thorn
ley visited his parents in Pick
ens this w -ek. Mr. Thornlcy iE
w ith the W. J. Oliver Construc
, tion Co.. and is now located
k near Pelzer on the new trolley
line from Greenville to Green
r wood.
-Prof. Ballentine closed his
school at Bethlehem last Fri
bay. He has had no vacation
this summer and will only get
this week for rest and recupera
tion before the opening of school
here. He and Mrs. Ballentine
left Monday for a few days'
outing in the mountains.
-Mr. H. M. Hester, who for
the past several years has been
di engaged in the real estate busi
ness here, has purchased him a
home at Westminster and will
move his family there this week
to make their future home.
They will be missed in Pickens
and their places will be hard to
fill in the town and the church.
It is to be regretted that good
citizens should be allo wed to
t move away from this place.
-Messrs. Robert Hendricks,
popular mayor of Pickens, and
Furman Morris visited Mr. Hen
dricks' parents near Griffin
church Sunday. They also at
tended the baptizing of forty
new members into Griffin in the
[afternoon, Rev. Mr. Corder, pas
- tor, impressively administering
'the ordinance. As a result of
the recent meeting at Griffin
about 45 joined that church. A
Slarge crowd witnessed the cere
monies.
-C. 0. P. Neeley broke up an
interesting game of "skin" on
'Poplar Y ill about 2 o'clock last
Sunday morning. Although two
r trusted sentinels were on guard
I Mr. Neely succeeded in making
ra quiet catch, capturing all four
participants. One of the senti
nels was arrested, but couldn't
be convicted. The gamners were
t fined $16.70 each. Mayor Hend
ricks also imposed a fine of $15
on a negro man last week for
drunkenness and very disorder
ly conduct.
-Mr. and Mrs. James Hend
2ricks, of Turnerville, Ga., were
on a visit to relatives here last
'week and left Saturday for Co
lumbia, their future home. Mr.
IHendricks has a positi~on with
the Southern railroad in the new
department recently inaugurat
ed by that enterprising corpora
tion, of farm demonstration and
ijmprvement work. The South
ern pro poses to help the farmers
along its lines to improve and
gbuild up 'their farms and homes
and to make them more produc
tive and attractive by the more
- improved and scientific methods
o cf agriculture.
Inuunu IInn
toyorAntr
me an loo
in he to e n
ial nd elo
A Marriage of Interest.
Mr. B. F. Parsons, of thic
place, commonly known a.
"Ben," was united in marriagE
at high noon Tuesday at Green
ville, to Miss Sarah E. Bramlett.
Rev. M. L. Carlisle, pastor of
the Buncombe Street Methodist
chuach, performed the cere
mony at the parsonage.
Mr. Parsons is one of the best
citizens of the county, and hi
many friends extend congratu
lations. The wet weather in
terferred with a serenade the
Pickens band and other friends
had planned for Mr. Parsons
and his bride Tuesday night.
The Sentinel joins with their
many other friends in wishing
the happy couple much and last
ing usefulness and happiness.
Return from the North.
Messrs. Bruce and Bowen. of
the "Big Store," and Ernest
Folger, of Folger, Thornley &
Co., have returned from Balti
more, New York and other big
markets, where they went to
buy their fall and winter goods.
They purchased large stocks of
the latest st les in all lines and
will tell you about it from week
to week in The Sentinel. Keep
your eye on their ads. While
away Mr. Bruce also secured
the services of a milliner of wide
experience, Miss Battle, who
will arrive in Pickens in a few
days. Folger, Thornley & Co.
have not yet announced their
milliner for the coming season,
but will do so very soon.
The Meeting at Enon.
On the 4th Sunday in August
the pastor began a series of
meetings at Enon. On Monday
Rev. E. L. Kugley came to do
the preaching and held forth till
Friday night. It was an in-op
portune time to have a meeting,
being election week, but Rev.
Mr. Kuglev deliyered the mes
sage faithfully, forcefully and
effectively, and the people came
listened attentively and mani
fested a great interest for the
salvation of the iipsayed. Thp
church was revived and fifteen
were adlded to its membership.
WV. A. Christopher resigned
the pastorate to take work near
er his home in Spartanburg
county. He deplores the neces
sity of leaving the good Enon
people. X
Sunday School Convention.
We understand that arrange
ments have not yet been made
for the Pickens County Interna
tional Sunday School Conven
tion for this year It is usually
held the last of October or first
of November, and at such plac
es where the most good might
be accomplished.
Any Sunday school which
would like to entertain this con
vention this year shiould send
the invitation to Alber-t . .Riser,
chairman <(xecutive committee,
Liberty, at once and let arrange
ments be nmade for a good con
vention,
Death of a Little Girl.
The grim reaper, Deathi, has
again invaded our neighborhood
and plucked a beautiful bud
from its parent stem, and borne
it away to the realms above to
bloom in paradise.
May E velyn, youngest daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John ngle
ton, of Peters Cr'eek section, left
her loved ones behind the rmorn
ing of September 6th at the
tender age of three years, four
months: and three days. She
was a lovely child, the pride of
fond parents, and aged grand
parents, a great pet of her
brother, and sisters. A great
number of friends and Te1atives
extend their deepest sympathies
to the bereaved family in their
sad affliction.
Asleep, in Jesus, oh, how
sweet,
To be for such a slumber meet
With Holy confidence to sing,
That death hath lost its venom
sting."
Marcella.
Marietta.
-R. L. Hames is in the city
today and is well pleased with
the future outlook of our town.
Mir. Hames, who is an excellent
meat cutter, ought to move here
and join, forces with R. H.
Crane in giving us a good mark
et. We believe "'Bob" can be
induced to move here and we
can assure him of a warm wel
come and a hearty support of
our people in any line of busi
ness he should engage in,-Lib
erty Gazette. A nice bouquet
for Mir. Hames and deserved.
We don't believe "Bob" can be
induced to leave Pickens. He
knows Liberty is a good town,
but thinks Pickens better.
Subsrib for the Sentinel.
DEWARE OF MALARIA.
Maaria--Chills and Fever&-comou
complaints among people living In the
Southeastern States, can be effectively re
lieved in the shortest possible time by
R. L. T.-Richardson's Laxative Tonie.
This prescription has been used thirty
five years by Dr. Richardson,. of Andersorr,
E. C., in his daily practice as a family
physician, and has behind it thousands of
testimonials from many prominent South.
Carolinians and citizens of other neighbor
ing states. R. L. T. is a wonderful cor
rector of liver troubles and the greatest
tonic on the market today. You can abso
2utely rely on it in any case of chills and
fever or malarial poison, constipation or
biliousness.
If any member of your family need a
tonic that strengthens and builds, go to
your druggist today and get a fifty-cent or
a dollar bottle of R. L. T., and watch the
quick, steady improvement. If your drug.
gist can't supply you write . L. T. Co.,
Anderson, S. C.
R. L.T.
The Best liver Medicine
THE MOST PERFECT TONIC
50c& $1. per Bofle. Al Drog Stres.
KEOWEE PARMACY
Large Still Captured.
Deputy Collector Aiken, ac
companied by constables La
Boon, Alexander and Corbin,
last Monday captured 2,700 zal
Ions of beer and a still about 10
miles north of Pickens. This is
the largest haul made in this
section this year.
Singing Convention.
The Pickens County Singing
Convention will meet with
Griffin chtirch, Saturday and
Sunday, Sept.. 14th and 15th.
We hope every church and
Sunday school -in the county
will be represented. We expect
to have some of the best singers
in the country with .us.
The public is cordially invited.
E. P. McCravey,
td President.
-Mr. J. R. Ashmore leaves
Thursday for Floriddi to engage
in business. His partner. Mr.
,T. E. P- mos ef twq weeks
ago.
Statement of the Condition of
The Pickens Bank
Located at Pickens. S. .,
At the close qf business Sept. 4iM, 1911:'
RESOURCES: -
Loans and Discounts..$203.193 17
Overdrafts............... -4224.32
Bonds and Stocks owned
By Bank............... 3,200.00
Furniture and Fixtures. ..s2,324 2g
Banking House........... 10,7?91.84
Due from Banns and Bankers 10, 755.35'
Currency................. 4.57i6.00)
Gold......... ............ P10 00
Silver and minor Coin..... 1,225 75
Checks and Cash Items. 439. 72
Total............. $2f0.85 :'
aIA BILITIES;
Capital Stock Pain in. ~ 20,500-00.
Surplus Fund........... 29,500,00
Undivided Profits, leds Cur
rent Expenses and Takes
Paid.................. .6,915'14
Due to Banks aria Maukera '73.4
Individual Depgsjts r-bject
to Cheet.... .... .....S ll14O al
Savings Deposita.; . .. 1.607.30i
Cashier's Checks. ........ 1 .03l9 98
Notes and Bills Rediscnitd 15.QQ0.0Q
Tqtal.,...... ..... ..$M0,850.
State of Sotth Cawolinat
Ooinnty of FicIhens..
Before mns came I. M. Mauldin, cash
ier of the atbove named bank5 wno5
being .duly sworn, says that the abose
and foregoine staternent is a true cojn
dition of said bank, as ahown by the
books of said ban
I. M. M~AULADIN.
Swcorn to and salbscribed before rne1
this Uth day of Sept.. 1q12.
FR~ANIC M'FAI., (aeal3
Notary Bqhlic (q Sqi CaroliI.
Correc-Attest
J. M. STEW4WP','
J.*D. fBUCE, Directors.
I. M. MAULDIN.
Staternent of the
Located at Pickens. S. C.. At thie
RE*W'RGES
Loans and Disco'~myV,... .. 7336
Overdrafts..................... . .23si4p
Furniture and Fixturg'..... 200
Due from Banks and Hankers... 6627
Currency. . ... .~~., .. --- 9 0
Gold............... --- E 0
Silver and other MIiut oi. ... 35..67
Total.................... .... 7 -6
STATE OF SQUTh CAROLANA.
COU7NTY OF PICKF.NS.
Before me came M1. 0. Smith, Cashier ni
says the aboye and foregoing statement is a true~
of said Bank.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 9th dayl
Correct-A&ttest:
J1. P, CAR EY.
.IN0. C. CAREY Directors.
R. F. SMITh
Statement of th~
The Farmfers B&
Located at Central. S. C., at the
RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts..... ..... ..... __187
Overdrafts ........ .... .... ..... ..81 05
Furniture and Fixtures.......... ...1.992 35
Banking House, 1.756 97
Other Real Estate owned .......... 2.003 O
Due from Banks and liaankers~ ~ 8.0
Currency..... ... .. . --
Gold............. ..... . 5
Silver and other Cot..:.... ....- 7~
Total..... . ... ......... $98.t83 55
STAT E OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
COUNTY OF PICKENS
Before me came J1, H. Ratr~seur. Cashier of the
that the above and foregoing statemenat is a true
of said bank.
Sworn to before me this 9th day of Sept., 1912.
Correct-Attest:
R. G. GAINES
J. T. GASSAWA Y - DIRECTORS.
Clerk's Sale
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
In Court of Common Pleao.
In pursuance of a dectal order made
ii the following named case and on file
4a Clerk's office. I will sell to the highest
bidder during the legal hours of sale, at
Pickens. C. H . S. C. on Salesday in
October, 1912, the following describeu
real estate upcn the terms hereinafter
mentioned, to wit:
H. Y. Hester, Plaintiff,
against
C. P. Gentry, et al, Defendants.
All that piece, parcel e tract of land
situate in the County and State afore
s tid and known as tract No. 4, in the
suit for partition in t! e case of E. S.
G. iffin t t al. vs Lillie Jameson as shown
I by Judgment Roll No.2280 in the Clerk's
office of eaid county, adjoining lands of
tracts No, 3 and 5 of said division. E. S.
Griffin and others an I containing orae
I hundred and twenty six (126) acres,
m.re or less, Terms: One-half cash
and the balance on credit of twelve
months; the credit portion to be secured
by a bond of the purchaser and a mort
gage of the premises sold, the bond to
provide for interest from day of sale, at
the rate of 8 per cent. per annum. and
10 per cent. for attorney's fees if col
lected by an attorney, by suit or legal
proceedings. The purchaser may have
the privilege of pay ing all cash on day of
sale. Should the purchaser at said sale
fail or refuse to comply with the terms
of sale within one hour thereafter the
said premises will be resold 4t the risk
of the former purchaser.
A. J. BOGGS, 0.0. P.
Citation.
State of South Carolina.
County of Pickens,
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge.
Whereas, J. F. Pgackett made
suit to me to grant him Letters of Ad.
ministration of the Estate and effects of
B. F. Townsend.
These are therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singu'- the kindred and
creditors of the said e. F. Townsend
deceased, that they be and appear before
me, in the Court of Probate to be held
at Pickens on the '26th day of Sept.
1912 next, after publication hereof, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to show cau4e,
if any they have, wh the said adminis
tration should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 10 diy of
Senst. Anno Domini 1912.
220 J. B. Newbery, J. P. P. C.
Notice of School Election
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Pickens.
Whareas. a petition from the freehold
ers and electo s of Rock District No.
48, has been filed with the County Boar d
of Education, asking for a special elec
tion to determine whether or not an ad
itional extra levy of four mills shall be
levied on said District for school pur
poses,
it appearing to the County goard ofI
Education that the petition meets the
ri quiremenits of the law.
Therefore, ittis ordered that the Trus
te't ut above named District do hold
in ..lection in said District at the school
ousue within said District on Saturday
Sept 21, 1912, for the above stated
:urp:se. Thu Trustees of the District
are hereby ap~pointed Managers of said
ltctiorn. Sauut election to b. donducted ~
according toi the rquirements qf Se- .
ion 1238 of thg~ Generzl Staty~tes.
By order of the potinty B9.agd of Ed-1
cation, .
M. T. H A4LVM,
td - 9 and phr.
C
The ,.fcilowing elescribed pr.-psrty g
having been seir,,1 frogm Sawi Grifitn ou .
September 2nd, 1$12, for the violation
i~ Section %296 E- S. Ijr. S., Qne 2ray
ule, nne buggy and harn6Z '
orn whiakey, Persons mkin,,.'
for some shotuld make apiplication to s
he Collector of internal Sevenne at
olumbia, S., Q. wisin #0 days from
inte hereof og the sante wilt be declared
',rfeited to. the UJnited States.
1U. 4. Merrick. Deputy (alleotor.
Greenvjille. S.O , Sept. 2, 1912, r
Send us your Job
Work.
lose of buisiniess Sept. 4th 1912.
aptal SPocd NM ........ ......3,000 00
~urpls 14 8.............. ...... 500 00
nivied roisess Current Expen
ses and Taxes ?al... ............ 1,3 02
ue to Banks and liazkers ..... .....48*
ndividuail'Depsits Sp~bject to Chee 2,I 3i
aing Depst.................. 9,74 f7
Cshier's Cse~..... ....... ...... 13 75f
3ills Peaable. inc1ing ceurtcates
for .dney lterroed ....0,@l0 00 4
Total ............... ......... . 1956 ,
the above narned Bank, who being duly sworns
condition of said Bank. as shown by the books
M. C. SMITH.
of Sept., 1912.
Ri. F. PAtRSONS, iNotary Public.
e Condition of
111k of Ceurilal,
close of business Sept. 4th, 1912 ,
LIA Bf.,ITIEs
apital Stock Paid In, .... ... 5.000.00
Surplus Fund......... .. ...'. ' 0000 1
nividaProiis 1jAM.rrtni h.
penses an4 p4j a...... .......2.-% 21 4
Du as and Map jr 03 79
'Cdpd np.aid....... ..... ..... ' 00 1
d iidual Deposits sabject to Cheek. B).008 41 a
i ri'tificates of Deposit,. , .. 4.34.25 .
ashier' Checgs.-------------------- 11 6 89
Itills Payable. Including A crtiloatesa
for Money liorrowed........ 36,000
-- -
otal.......................... 98,1s355
'bove named bank, who being duly sworn, says I
conditon of said bank, as shown by the books
J1. H. RAMSEUR,
-. B. MOGnnJ., Notary Pnblic.
Bigi
MI
1=3
SSome of th
COME EARL
Heath
)METHING FOR MEN,
and what every mran wants.
Its right here in that up-to
date jewelry stoek of ours
that we ivite all the mten of
op~ town to inspect. We have
SATORR~S, CHAINS,
DB8 RINGS, PINS,
and plenty of other items that
genteel men are so fond of.
You can't go astray when
buying here, as stock is fresh,
reasonable, and RVERY pur
chase is (UAANTEED.
ii 5NIDER
a*ley, is. C
~USINESSLOCALS.
A good 8-horse farui for rent
rsale. See J. R. Ashmore or
rite or' phone Mrs. J. E. Par
n&. Will rent in smaller farms
-one or two horse crops.
SA Y~~tesowing Parson &
please settle the
~ie~rWaway with J. R.
FOR SALE-90 acres land on
'elve Mile river, near Hunters
il. 440 acres in state of culti
alion, balance in woodland.
lasonable terms. 10 acres
od bottom land.
James, Huter,
R. F. D. 3 L.ibertv, S. C,
s2t4
For Sale or Rent,
One two story brick store on
I.in street, in Pickens. Terms
sy, C. E. ROBINSON.
LEARN TELEGRAPHY
d earn $50. to $150. per month.
'ousands of operatois needed.
lst fascinating and education
1work. Positions assured all
aduates. Write immediately
r catalogue.
>artanburg School of Tele
graphy, Main St.. Spartan
burg, S. C.
Yonah Land.
he famous Piedmont section. North
at Georgia. The land of opportuit y.
eial inducement to frutt growers.
~irymen, stockmien and poultrymien
great demand for diversified fartning,
moe products to esi every hi
lomo market and best prices. Twen
odd Towrias hotels is H~abersham
ouny. (both sammer and winter re'
rs) only '1s toiles from Atlanta (on
ain lige of Southern Railway toi Wa. h
ngton, D. C. Ten acres apple archard
odced 8800 bushels of apples nettin;,
900.00. Equally as good for peachea~
cans.rapes etc. The best of farmn~rg
ds will produce from 1 to s bales of
otton, 60 to 100 bushels of corn p*wr
cre, besides large crops of small grain
d hay. Pore water, fine climuace. nv
>squitoes, splendid scenery, fine
hools and churchbes, 1800 feet eleva
in. Prices range from $5.00 to $23.00
r acre, Send for descriptive Pamiph
tand price list..
ORNELIA REAL EsTAT
IyrErT
L IN
to 1=2
e Season's Pret
go for a.So4
Y ANT) GET FIRE
Bruce-M
COMPANY
CFor Sale o,
'hu room house, k acre Bland,
1.39 acre lot, just back of se!
O out)htidigs, etc,
1 acre lot with good house, '
i fon t of the 1,39 acre lot.
2acre lot with a good big h
of C. H., to go at a-sacrifice.
1 five passenger model'
*good shape, to sell or swap for re
*mules, one-horse wagon.
* 6 H. P. International mount
i2H. P. gasoline engine, all in
I also have a lot of other b
town property, etc. I can make
*see me before huyi:'g land or re
Ilat to offer you. Let me k
fill them.
?1. R. ASN MGRE, "%
em eemea leu*
BUR RISS
GA LVA]
SIt is not nece
Shing~e is tis
and the sere i
lowing for contra
o rhereore,
Wrt or cal
JOHN I
MEN Vf ana fact ured by
~. T. BURR
(Prickly Ash, Pc
Prompt Poi
p. j
,Makes rich, red, pure bl1
sys.tem ---cla.rs the -bra'n-.s:engt1
A pbidv~ spehic or Bood$
. Driesct Rheumatismi aind Stop;
sawon:v,:1 tonl- :mdc bcdy-build
F. V. UIPPMAN, SA
PICKENS DRE
I. CAP
ANIJ
INTEl
- J. Mc
I .
Roofs Put
26 Years
are as good as new,
never needed repair
need attention of any
cept an occasionlal coa
Storm-proof Fire-proof
't buy that roof for the newe
ouhave examined the Cerigh
,BRUCE, MUiR0%
i~n
RY~
*x
tie4 fats
T CR010
'in! . front of Mt
do1 house, 7 room hue
vater wrs t. a
ouse on it, about 1m
bT" Ford automnobile, in
~al estate. Also 2 good)
aran nfred, gasoline engine,
good conidition.
it to your inteestt A
nting a house as I have
tow your wants. I ant
bee Land Mana
METAL SHINGLES AhlD
ilZED BARN ROOFING
'ssary for us to say much abou~t oriTn"
ection. for we have more houses' coroied -
ods than any other shingle on the unazkte
that we have a lock superior to 'ad,..:si
retion and expansion, irhich others hsme
you never have a leaky house .when;sti
r'he Barn Roofing also has the BDE20s
cebed, and it Is fast taking the place oftble
orragated Roofing. -
on meorlIwllcall
.THORNLEY, Saleux 2
PIKENJS. c.
[SS & SON, Anderso, S& C
Ire Root and Potmuia)k "
Aerful Permiasent
bborn cases Good results are
d to P. P. P. lasting-it cures
:nothermedi- youtostagouZ$ d
a are ueee
odcannes the entdre
e~ stigestion and nerves. 6
#dest and skin diseases.
s the Palu; ends Malis
er. Thousands endorse it.
LVANNAH, GA.
TG CO.
~KENS BANKC
*PICKENS, S. C
ViAL
SURPLUS
tEST PAID ON DEPOSITS
D Bruce, President.
2iauldin. Cashier. -'
-T*
~go
and have
s-never'
kind, ex
gtotinO~
hsisor re roe du
rMetal Shingles.
rto., Piens, S.

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