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YES, WE AVE THEM
If you pay cash we pay postage
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. H4A1LUM, Proprietor
Phone No. 8
U. S. WOOLEN MILLS CO. 8
The $15.0) House of Greenville, 9
S. C., will be here soon.
They will give away$10 Rain
M coats free with every order t
1 placed during this opening.
Yours very truly,
i U. S. WOOLEN MILLS CO. E
While Policeman Sanders of dricks: Bailey Military Institute
Easley was arresting two ne- W'illie McDaniel and Djewe,
groes, Rnofe H amiliton and one Abercrombie: Wofford, Ralpi
Wakefield. Sunday night, an- Gilstrap: Presbyterian Colleoe
other negro, 1Lnke Hamilton. Paul Bogt's: Converse, MIs
hit the policeman ini the he'ad Frances Brnee; Red Springs, N
with a heavy stick, knocking C., Misses Jnlia and Hermuen;
him nconscions and1 en abling Legare and Mary Morris. Ther
all three to m ake their escape. may be others we (10 not knov
Later Chief Patterson of Easley abont.
caught Luke 11am ilton, but he
again escaped. Other ofilcers The Sentinel'slHonor Roll
mgswere caught..n bot ailto Following is a list of the new and ri
an ers we ec n ht u a e neal subscriptions to The Picker
Samlistiaii inarge. I 'hoa entinel during the past two weeks.I
c l'stii raie inie b eiut your name printed there?
Con ll i r smetmebutre-NEW SUJISCRIBERS.
Port nuesday night say he is L~. W. Nations, Central R4.
improving. 'he affair aroused1 Mrs. Rosa Holder, Greenville.
a great deal of feeling among
the people of I'asley anid the t [. G. Nealey, Pick ens R5.
negroes were not brought to the W. W. Massengill, Pickens R4.
Pickenis jail, het taken to Green- M. M. Rogers, Liberty R3.
ville fei saeeeig Te . D). Lesley, Pickens R1.
wereepid.iudim J. R. Martin, Central R4.
Were Iriliing.C. C. Boroughs, Globy, Ariz.
As f ar as we have been able .J. J. Aiken, Travelers Rest.
to learn. the following are the James lDunn, Central R3..
young people tromi Pickens who RIENEWALS.
will a ttend1 college this .year. John Julian, Easley R6.
Sonme of them have already gone WV. HI. Rigdon, Pickens R4.
and others will leave in a fewv D. winchester, Sunset.
days. We sincerely wish them Sam B3. Craig, Pickens.
thenm all well. Those wvho will . . M. Mauldin, Pickens.
attend the University of South Rev. J. M. Stewart, Pickens.
Carolina are Casey and Fletcher! J. A. Robinson, Easley.
Porter and1 Colie Seaborn; Clem- IL. B. Morris, Pickens M ill.
son, Oliver Boggs and Homer' John A. Horton, Belton.
Edens;Furmian University, lHar- G . F. Norris, Cateechee.
ry Robinson and Ossie -lHen- I..W. A. McDonald, Central.
When you o Gunnin
Game or Businessj
- .7 will needia,
We Have Them In
Local and Personal
Several communications reach.
ed us this wee'k too late to pub
Miss Florence Bowen returned
from a visit to Calhoun and
Carl Morgan and his grand
mother, Mrs. Powell, of Central,
are visiting relatives in and near
Seneca this week.-Seneca Jour
Married by J. B. Newbery at
his residence, September 12,
Miss Ora Childs, of Easley, and
Mr. Arthur F. Stewart, of Pick
ens route 3.
Dr. L. E. M. Freeman, of
Raleigh, N. C., will preach at
Cross Roads church next Fri
day, Saturday and Sunday and
Friday and Saturday at night
Mrs. A. M. Folger, of Easley,
and Miss Tirzah Hughes, of
Pickens, have returned home
after a visit to Miss Bonnie Lee
Murff, on Hampton Avenue.
Greenville Piedmont, Sept. 9th.
C. Bowen Parsons, of Zephyr
Hill, Fla., is on a Nisi; to his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. Bowen, near Pickens. Mr.
Parsons is employed in the office
lof the Seaboard railway at
C. Allen, who has become
well-known in Pickens county,
was last week escorted to Spar
tanburg by Constable J. C. Jen
nings and placed on a train
bound for his old home in Way
nesville, N. C.
B. A. Morgan and family of
Greenville, J. N. Morgan and
family and Miss Lucile Norris
of Central and Mr. and Mrs. J.
F. Banister of Liberty visited at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Bowen last Sunday,
Miss Leila Ballentine, of Eas
ley, was a visitor in the city
yesterday, enroute from North
ern markets, where she purchas
ed fall millinery for the Palmet
to Dry Good Co., in Pelzer.
Greenville Piedmont, Sept. 9th.
Miss Anderson, of Liberty, is
visiting relatives at Newry. She
is a daughter of Mrs. G. M. An
derson, who formerly resided at
Newry. Miss Anderson's friends
are glad to welcome her back to
her old home.-Seneca Journal.
Mrs. Rosa Ellis Holder, form
erly of Pickens, is now living in
Greenville at 453 W. Washing
ton street and has accepted a
position with Meyers-Arnold,
Sthe ready-to-wear dry goods and
millinery store. She will , be
very glad to have her many
friends call on her when in
e TIhe Pickens Association will
v meet wvith the Peters' Creek
church on Thursday before the
third Sunday in October, for a
three days' session. The church
es composing this body are ask
ed to take notice and see that
sfull delegations are present. It
is hoped the clerk will publish
a program of the meeting at an
Tphe Fant-Durham meeting is
going on wvith increasing inter
est in a large tent on the court
house square. Services at 10 a.
m. and 8 p. m. Sunday there
will be three services-morning,
afternoon and night. Every.
body cordially invited. The
preaching and singing both in
spiring and helpful. Come and
enjoy the blessings of a good
The Keowee Courier says that
on August 14th, at the home of
Mrs. M. L. Emerson, near High
Falls, an interesting family re
union was held. A large num
ber af the connection was pres
ent. Taylor Stewart, Treasurer
of Pickens county,, and Joe
E. Medlin, Coroner of Pickens
county, both connected with th(
family, were present and made
interesting talks. A splendid
dinner was served.
Miss Elinor Knight
Piano, Violin, Foun
Greenville Womans College
Miss Knight has adopted the
" Progressive Series of Plano
Lessons" in teaching and wish
es to call attention to the many
advantages of this authoratative
text, having been edited by the
w~orld's greatest mnusic teacher.
Pupils taking this coniserva
tory course and who ' wish to
teach may get their Teacher's
Certificate from the Greenville
Womans College. 22
IBALE YOUR HAY!
There are several reasons why it will pay 'you to
Sbale your hay:
First: It will only occupy one-fifth the space x
required to store loose hay. ":
V, Second: Hay will bring good prices, and
H baled hay is in shape to. market.
Third: Baled hay retains its strength and is
more valuable for feeding.
We have in stock the I. H. C. Pull Power 14x18
Portable Press ready for delivery. Get our prices.
HEATH-BRUCE MORROW COMPANY
Pickens, S. C.
Statement of the Condition of the IPT I I t
KEOWEE BANK, SPEIAL NuOTIC
Located at Pickens, S. C., at the close of business Sept. 2, 1915.
-- --- - - -- -For Sale-Nice horse and rnbber
tc 2I4I iT'uiEr s. tire buggy. Will sell at a Bargain.
RI':,t: i~l: acapital Stock Paid In................*r,t00 0 Horse four and a half years old, weighs
Surlud 1un s t s................. .....i x ,iN ) 00 1065 pounds and is lady broken. Quali
Unuilvided l'rollts, lees Current *Ixpen isgurned nee
L oans amd l)iscounts.. ".....r :14 sea and Taxes Paid.. ...............1,6-4 o ties guaranteed mn every way. J. T.
4)verdrafts......................... .47 80 Due to rlanks and .9ankers. ... ... 1 49 Richey, Pickens. 19tf
Furniture and Fixtures.. ......... . 1,.90 'i6 Individual D)eposits Subject to( hleck . 11,0Y;1155 _________________lt
Due from fIanks nd .k ankers..... 4,041 08 Saving Deposits .......... ..........11.048 i' Lost-In Pickens day of Prohibition
Currenc~y......... ...... ............ 80 1)0 t cashiler's Cbhecks .11
Gole. ..... .... ........ .. , . 00 " "".. . . . .rally, a black Shepherd dog white
Silver andl other :Minor coin....... 121 0 1 * 2es o 1 breast and little white on his feet,.
Total ...... . . .,fo ey hlrrwdn.. .. -t Named "Ponto." ' Return to A. K.
Toa.or .mone...orro.d..... ......... ,0 )Evatt, tw o m iles below Pickens Cotton
't'otal ... . . . . . . .. . . . 8 ,18 5 M ill.
s'i'.vj'i: 1" o'' s.-IOI^ WViII MelI or' T rade one new 2
liefore ine tame .11i(o. C. <-arey. Cashier of the ahoye ineil liatik, who being duly swornihrepwrkrsneo aom nie
says the abiove and foregoing stateinent is a true condlitioa of sal'! ilaink, as shiowun by the books E. M . Pickens, R5
of said Hank. .INI). C. C'ARE-Y.
sworn to and subscribeil before me this i;lth dlay o)f September, 1915. * Ot -Thursday morning between
CorectAtest: is. F. PA lIs(Ns, Noraryv i'nabil for S. <:. Easley andl Pickens, a brown suit case
. ..l.15008, 1)iectrs.contammig small girl's clothing. Finder
JOlhN tX-XIi':Y will please return to W. ~. Freeman at
__________________ Heath-.Bruce-- Morrotv Co's. store in
-Pickens, or to Bower Freeman in Easley
Statement of the Condition of Statement or the Cond'itioni of
SiThe-Pickensi BankIntini Cinngfrn
Located at Piokene, S. c., ornrew rfndrioaiae...,.
A t t he close of business Sept. 2, 191'ii.a o uiesSp. ,11.'et h ~o~ htiuh(o.a~o, leu'e
Loans and Discounts.. 194,286.46 EORE:I1~ i~~ A agioefr
Overdrafts.... .... .... ......1,147.02 La4adDsott. --6168l w ie otws fPcesC .
Bonds and Stocks owned Oedat----------5.8kona ato h arnpae vl
By Bank................. ,200.00 untr n ixue -- 2200 sl nes em.Ifit~rse pl
Furniture and Fixtures. ..2,324.28BaigHus-------14.4toLtrB.osWhaaSC.2
Banking House............ 10,789.59 ~efo ak n akr' 38Q8
Other Real Estate Owned ... ~ 3,72509 ---------- 900 Iiilo ftlu'o My100 iishe
Due from banus and bankers .8,0403 SivradOhrMnrCi385 as ko htgnitao s'n!sle
Currency....... ............2.177.00 ioa-------- $990~ ~~t1 iht n~o itels hi
Silver and minor (loin. . 697,91 0301r othselgt
Checks and Cash Items. 204.92Cata tcPadn----0o 08ae3 astSS '.I)hri.
'Total...... .... .... ... 226,652 05 niie rtt.lesCi' oieo ia Stlmn n icag
Capital Stock Paid In. $ 20,500.00 Pi.-----------1.6apiaint J .Nwey s.
Surplus Fund.............45,000.00IdiuaIepit bjtF
Undivided Profits, less Cur- t lek.-------4,2.0 'i
rent__ oEOcobers191, an10 'clokei
Paid.... .... .... .... ..... 3,467 291(abe' hcs-------3.0tefrnoo sso hratra
Due to Banks 'and Bankers .... 82 91170.0sadapitoncnbherfretv
Individual D)eposits subjectBilpyalicdig(C'tmaefnlsteetothetteo
to Check 8...$68 761.65 fiaefomoybored200.0JH.mihdeesanotinis
Sav ings Deposits 93,784.05
.Cashier's Checks . .. 56.75 157,002.45 Ttl...- - - *ooo8 ca~a d iitao fsi sae
Stateof Suth Srutnat 2CarolinaSON
-Toutyf.. ckn......26626 Conyo iknj____Amisrt.
Stt fSuhCrlIBefore me amee'Frank 'rate,,Ccash
Contefrikes of the above named ank, whobigNtcofFnlStemtadDshre
heing duly sworn, says that the aboveofBidbnashwbyteb.ka! q JgefPraefrPces
and foregoing statement Is a true con- si ak .W.AIF.*ony ntesaeo ot aoia
dition of said bank, as shown by theSwrtoadsusrbdbfrmeoth9hdyofOoe,116at1
books of said banic.ths4t hyofep..i.o'lc in te fron, ras on
Swon o ndFRANK McFALL. R .BKR hratr8 adapiaincnb
this 9th dayoStebed beoe191try5.i o othCrln.hadfrlaet ak ia ete
Notary Public for South Csalin.) .G.PIIPdcaendotidshrgasa
Uorrect-AttestCaoia '.WTA. Dietr. Irisrtiofadett.
J. MoD. BRUCE 22)Amnitarx
W, M. HJAGOOD '- Directors.
FRANK M'FA LL fl
Notice to Teachern ig!NtietsDbor ndCedtr
An examination for teachers will be i 'Inn l(e'10 nlwrsn h ae uypoeo
held at the court house Friday, Oct 1. us
The examination will begin at9 o'clock. '(ly rleebrelpmntada p
No person shall be permitted to take ofryuFedSes un osiletdt adett utmk
the examination who is not at leastanFamSpleWl opyntnorbfethaovdteo
eighteen years of age. Teachers are git ev o.teudrind
requested to exammne their certificates
and if the same will be out of date be- ~hv o aoseilti
fore next May they should take the ex-wekaot1)1)lhlgol21 AJ.BGsdir:;r
amination October 1st, No Boardi of sudClf. -SnigCneto
Trustees is authorized to employ anAfwmoepsfosae'liLbrtTwnhpSgngc
R. T. HALL~UMhv ~~C1 o tMl
21 Co. Supt Education. AloVninwlmetvthnnBais
Trespass Notices, printed on 'v'yoyiintetocmadbrg
cloh, orsalatths ofic.ocaed at Nor, PceS. C.j so~mcutng booksnd nellidstin s,
At thecloseof buiness ept. , C91. .rROG,ti c. Mao& Te ple