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O gay~ to utne st t tn
When i e el
n th aut. Uttes the
C n 'n .reduc.4en ti tube
to' its ' nornial Won , earing 1
will be destroyed forever. Many cases of
deafness arq 'qaused by catarrh, .whic is S
- iiftme ondition of the mucous mur
es. ~al's at'rrh Medicine acts thru
jhea .b onthe m'ucouv surfaces of the
W . gi~e One Hundred Dollars for
any. ase of Catarrahl Deafness thrt canano e]
be by.-.all's- Cata h Me4ig 0 ne. Cir.
-u rl . 11 Dru vtsj'7o. 01
HEN & .. Toledo, 0.
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- Who ucaeGass
glse mae jhl yohwat
Itodk Fims Dveloedtb
Eye Suf fere rs.
Railroad fare paid one way to our
hePc ty Patents
* edWho Purchase Glasses.
Eyes examined by specialists and
glasoes made While you wait. ,
Kodak Filto ms Developed by
OPTICAL CO. Ia
A. A. ODOM, A. H.. 810,0ADE
Pre sta t w ed . . & Treas. lit
rGREENVILLE, S. C. Sil
Cuvrrncy .... .-......... .... ......,750 010 fl.
Cuorl c y ....... ...................2.-, 00 ml
Silver and other minor coin ..... 337 55 ni
Cheeks and cakh Items .............en475 90 a
Exchanges for Clearing ,ouse .... 7.524 10
other Rlesomices, viz;
War Saving andi Thrift Stamps .. 78 92
nla transit.--- .... . ............... 30 o
Totati. ................ ...... .555,290 11
Capital stock paid in...... .........$ 20,500 00
urplius fund-................. ......5.125 00
Unldividedi profits, less current ex. i'C
penses and taxes paid .............. 10,9171 81 h
Due to anks and Hankers............ .28 80 1
Inadividual deposits subject to B
check.......... ............268,7 2 9 c
iavings deso.it........ ... 231,175 7 &
of Deposit ..... ... ... .000 00 a
Caser's check........... '8,700 . 518,675 25
Total.................... ........ ..5,290 8
'Sate of South Carolina,552108
County of PLikens. "' Sc
Before me came Frank McFall, cashier of the b
above-named bank who, being duly sworn, says r
hat the above and foregoing statement is a a
true condition of said bank,'*ts shown by the oi
books of sai band Hank. F.tANK McA. l I.
Sworna to and1( subscribed before me this lI th
dlay of Nov. i1918. w. L. MA'T'ilNY, P4
Notary Public for S. U. 1e
Correcct-atte : . hi
J1. McD). HRUCE. .lo
.1. II. liltUGE, D.iirectors. -i
FIIA Ni McFA. LL. I'
.aig deso---.... .. -...-. 1-31thT 1
Statement of the Condition of the
K EOW EE BANK, 70
Loentedl at P'ickens, S. C., at the close of buisi- W
ness November I, 19)18.W
R ES8OU IRCES
.OLonns and~s Ilscounts,. . .. $90,41. 10
overdrafts. ...................1400 Si
nirniture and F8ixtures... ....... 5.0.5 00
Due from Ihanks andl liankers ..........10676
Cu rrenicy........ ...... ............10101a
ver ad Soth in.orin......
Chnect ks and ba h es..........10 t
Totack................ ..... .10,1 5,7301
apital deosPis..n............... ..,0000
shrps Chnd............ .. ... .... 31,7001 0 ill
Univ aide iroludings cren tien
Vead.Taxes.Pa.d... ..............*,002 p] C
me o ak came bk. ........, ...hier 3f
Dvded namid ...., who ....g .....wor
ndvdabov D apnid fubregoit ta ie i
-linsdeit fsa.......... 3389s clv b h
toshaer' Checksere .....tr ..... thi3 9451)3 ir
U~is payable.blnicudong cer- a
Corecttes rmoe: oroe
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Me tin of Tadwe kalven yth
ToWhaIt ay C.on.orn:i
Y ou ad hebrbed betfiem thit the d
TwelvMiloRivry Psoiaior S. C.l
J.crch, Jr.nsc ntS Co
J.hPsaRy, Novemetr.21.a 0a
A ..JM. WaGker,
,CNee irgmof T~ecve Comi
Yot r eey oiidta te
On Active ',ervice, With The Sal
ition Army, New Zealand, Oct. 10,
1.-No. 9 Ward, No. 9, Scottish
action, No. 11, Stationary Hosh,
My Dear Mother and Father:
I am wounded in the right arm,
bow and shoulder, so I have some
te to write a few lines for me. Am
a Scottish, hospital and am being
ell looked after by two "good"
irses and am inproving fast. Hope
leave tonight for "Blighty" or ear
in the morning. I was hit on Sep.
)th by a' bit of a shell and there is
> need for you two to worry, for
am very comfortable here.
The last mail I had from you was
>out thre.e weeks ago. I haven't
en Homer for about three weeks
fore I left the line and he was all
vht when I saw him last.
Everything is very quiet here and
shells nor guns about.
I can't. think of anything just now,
will close, with love to alll
Your loving son,
November 4, 1918.
r. W. L. Matheny,
Editor Pickens Sentinel,
Pickens, S. C.
Just a few lines. to let you know
im well and hope this finds you the
Probably you would like to put a
tle news in your local and personal
neerning me. I, will describe it in
st as few words as possible.
I have just returned to the Univer
;y from the base hospital at Camp
.kson, after a severe illness of the'
Lu' followed by a certain form of
Dningitis (not spinal) which affects
lout like pneumonia.
I haven't been put on duty yet as
n still weak.
Well, yesterda.'s extra State look
good concern: , the war. It said
istria-Hungary had signed the al
s' peace termZ. Germany is alone
1w, so lookout for her next.
Mother has be.n sending me the
od old Sentinel each weeek. I am
re glad to get it too, believe me.
To keep from intruding upon your
ne, I will close. Thanking you in
vance for your trouble to arrange
Id publish this, I am
Your "young" friend,
Co. "B" S. A. T. C., University of
C., Columbia, S. C.
October 3, 1918.
I will'try to .answer your letter I
ceived yesterday. Sure was glad to
ar from you. Well I have nothing
can tell you much. If I could only:
e you I sure have many stories I
uld tell you, though for my good,
cannot. I guess I would worry you
ore than grandfather -always did.
ell mamma, I haven't received your
Iper yet. Guess I will in a few days.
sure will be a great help to me a
Idier boy. I have saw most all the
ys or heard from them since Sept.
e 26, 1918. Some of us boys have
prayer meeting. We feel the need
one here. We feel many blessings
om the prayers of the Christian'
epic at home. I thank my Master
cry day for stheir prayers in my be
If. I ask for God's help where it.
Dked to be impossible for man to
re and He was merciful. I want to
ank the Red Cross wvorkers for
eir help, as I have no other wvay.
>u may give this letter to the edi
r. They sure are doing a wonderful
rk among the soldier boys. So I
11 close for this time.
From your son,
Cephas C. Cantrell.
JGAR ALLOWANCE IS
INCREASED BY HALF.
Washington, Oct. 31.-The sugar
lowance of two pounds monthly a
rson for householders was increas
to three pounds monthly today by;
>od Administrator Hoover, effective,
morrow.. The sugar regulations also
ec revised to permit the p~urchasc of
e entire month's supply for a famn
at one time.
The relaxation of the restrictions
aced on the use of sugar four
onths ago was madle possible, Mr.1
oover's statement said, through the'
pid manufacture of the beet sugar
op, .in the wvest, the new cane crop
the south, reductions of consump
on in manufacturing, freer trans
>rtation conditions, and p~atriotic
inservation by the public.
IBERTY WATERi WORKS BEING
Contractors J. B. McCrary & Co.,
Atlanta, with Mr. J. W. Thomas'
foreman, is. in the city installing
te water works for the city. The
ork on same is progressing nicely,
tho' no definite <(ate can be set as
when the work will be completed.
The plant is to be a splendid one,
sting about $30,000 with extra
00(d water. It is with much delight
to p~eople of Liberty await the comn
letion of the plant and the time
rhen they can enjoy the many con
enienices afforded by the water
~orks. We are sure every person
rill willingly and promptly do their
art in supporting such a system,
hat is a wonderful part to any town.
V 0E E in and see
dJ .r Us
he"t s no t tl'7
alwaj glia (ydu atid wil taI
whse nantes Dyear In this directory
Insure in the
Tu o r 'm6 n
GREENVILLE, S. C.
When you think of Millinery
"Where Thousands Buy Their Hats"
of every description.
JOHN H. WILLIAMS
Greenville - Siouth Carolina
e fOur 2Z
Has Not "J
Swift & Company
ordered growth, hat
great national serv
learned to do someti
people which they r
for them, in the
preferred to have it
It .has met each s
the changing condii
by getting good me
lions effectively, eff
The Swift & Con
today are the practi
of half a century.
Because of all thes
correlation and unis
is able to supply mc
more people than w
sible otherwise, at al
meat so low (a fract
consumer price is ~
Strip away any .
make a large part
uncertain, lose the be
of fruitful experieri
devoted a life work
needs of a nation in
I Swift A
Swift & Comn
These~are times when we musti
ble. We cannot buy many things t
freely, therefore we shoulId take ti
hav'e. Buildings alrea~dy in existen
keep them in servicable !ondIitLion.
We carry in stock rough and
Pine Shingles, PrepareYd Rooting,
Builders' fb Hardwnro
Phone 12. Successor to I
An Ad. in The Seni
ACKENQ AbbOiT ii.
The Pickens Assoolition- will hold
its annual sesslontat Fl1kens, S. o.,
beginning -'UesIday, Noymber 19th,
and continuing to the 21st, inclusive.
Introductory sermon at 11 o'clock
A. M., by Rev. F. S. Childress, or
Rev. J. L. Willis, alternate.
12 M.--Enrollment of d4elegates
and election of officers.
2 P. M.-Devotional led by Rev.
B. G. Fields.
2:15 P. M.-Report on State of
Religion, by J. R. Connelly.
2:45--Report on Orphanage, by
Rev. W. E. Nelson.
3:30-Report on Sunday schools,
by J. P. Robinson.
4:00 P. M.---Appointment of Com
mittees, 'Miscellaneous Business, ad
Sermon at Night.
Wednesday, the 20th.
9:30 A. M.-Devotional led by
Rev. J. M. Stewart.
10:00 A. M.-Report on Laymen's
Missionary movement by J. A. Rob
10:30 A. M.-Report on Christian
Education by A. A. Jones.
11:00 A. M.-Report on Religious
Literature by R. M. Hill.
11:30 A. M.-Sermon.
2 P. M.-Devotional led by the
2:15 P. M.-Report on State Miss
ions by J. T. Taylor.
3:00 P. M.--Report on Aged Min
isters by W. E. Hendricks.
3:30 P. M.-Report on Temper
ance by S. H. Brown.
4:00 P. M.-Miscellaneous, ad
Sermon at night.
Thursday the 21st.
9:30 A. M.-Devotional led by Rev
W. E. Nelson.
9:45 A. M.-Report on Home and
Foreign Missions to be submitted by
Rev. B. G. Fields and R. T. Hallums,
10:30 A. M.-Report on Woman's
11:00 A. M.-Reports of other
2 P. M.-Devotional led by the
2:15 P. M.-Unfinislied business.
2:30 P. M.---Report on Obituaries.
The churches are urged to send
Tull delegations to this meeting to
remain throughout the session, and
those who are to make reports, be on
hand. If, however, anyone who is to
make a report cannot attend, let him
send the report immediately to the
Clerk, Mr. J. A. Robinson, Dacus
ville, S. C.
Pickens Circuit Announcements
Orn the third Sticlay at 11 t. m.
there will he preaching at McKinney's.
On the fourth Sunday at 11 a. m.
there will be preaching at Gap Hill,
and at 3:30 p. -.. at Twelve Mile.
The ban on public services occasioned
by the epidemic of influenza, has been
removed. Also the uppe'r South Caro
lina conference which wvas to convene
November 13 at Chester has been
changed to November 27.
S C. Dunlap.
Card of Thanks
We wish to express t hanks to our
neighbr.4 and friendsl for services ren
dlered to us (during the sickness of our
family and for every ministry and help
tendered at the death of both our
daughter Plauline nnd son Herbert.
We wish, man to thank Drs. Cannon
and lHearden for services rendered.
We are so grateful to all that words
ennnot measure our appreciation.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E Durham.
Editor Pickens Sentinel:
I read in the "Oolenoy Paragraphs"
in the last issue of the Pickens Senti
tinel, that Miss Pearl Sutherland would
teach as principal of the Pleasant Grove
school. That is a mistake, for myself
(Mrs. .J. F. Welborn) will teach as
principal andl Miss Pearl Sutherland as
sistant. I would app~reciate it very
much if you wvould correct that mnistake.
in the next issue of the Sentinel
Yours for success,
'Mrs. J. F. Welborn.
FOR CUTS, BURNS AND BRUISES USEi
NATKONAL I100SD10LD RLIDY
e~rre 000OD SAMARITAN
/N YOQA M/OME
SDLD WITH A POSITIVE GUARANTEE!
FOR SA LE - [ will sell to the highes-t
bidder Friday, Novenrihi 29, the hons'
hold and kitchen furniture of~ R. E.
Steele. This sale will be held at his
zesidence. C. M. Steele. :8'
your. tra(9 flrt. uo ur ne br
needq Wiy fir ~i6our~s~
oaure, in )optyJ tget .U W
are.rnown by 'h e nel to be relIb
For Good Things to Eat
and the world's best Coffees go to
J. A. BULL CO.
GREENVILLE, S. 0.
DR. R. J. DRUMMOND
Over f,. D. Kenney Co.,, Phone. 1901.
Poe Hardware & Supply Co.
GRENVILLE, S. C.
Wholesale ,%d Retail
JAS. F. MACKEY & SONS
Our service can be had in Pickens
county the same as in Greenville.
Phone 129 day or night, Greenville, S.C.
in fifty years of well
become one of the
ices because it has
iing for the American
eeded to have done
may in which they
accessive demand, in
ions of national life,
at to increasing mil
pany packing plants,
car routes, branch
i, and peIonnel of
cel solutions, born of
to the food problems
e elements working in
on, Swift & Company
re and better meat to
ould have been pos
net profit per pound of
ion of a cent) that the
portion of this vast,
nan machine, and you
of the meat. supply
enefit of hatf a century
tce, and scatter the
of men who .have
one vital field.
sg chaptersin thIestryof
ill be maileden regqeette
I., chicago, Illinois.
pany, U. S. A.
riake every thing go as far as possi
hat were formerly purchased very3
ne best. possible (enre of what we
se should be properiy rep;'irved m'
dressed Lumber, Cedar Singles.
[Barri, Roof and House Paints and~
ra n/Iar 'Savinc'4 St ne~
ickens Ibumber) Co., l'ickens, S. C.
;inel Brings Results
L. A. MILLS
,~ouq MIII Stocks
Mills Builing. A9A 5
Mountain City Foundry and Machine
Expert coneiting dud contracthm
All kinds of welding. Phone 828.
W. R. HALE
. elewpter and SlIterendth
10.' North Main Street
GREENWVILE - South Caroltt
For Fotos of Distinction Gerl
DeMulde'a Art Shop
Picture'Frarhee of e'very descriptic,
Kodaks and Suuplies.
Amateur Finishing.by mali.
212 W. Washington. street.
Notice inserteri In this column for one e,
word for firt Insertion and one-half centai
for each iubsequent inirtion.
Pigs For- Male-l uroc Red
sey, now ready for delivery.
reasonable. A. T. Winchester, Sun
I will thresh peas, cane seed
any kind of beans in the southwest 1
of the county. Will bring machine ,,..
come to tny community for a di
threshing. Arthur "Sephens, Cen
R-4 or Pickens R-2.
Fo*' Wale-Iron 'grey mare m
four years old. Press 9rl iTin, on J.
norst Wan ted--Will pay $2.00
bushel CASH delivered at Easley.
Finley & Whitmire, Easley, S
Twevaty-five Ficate Auitoi
biles and the Pick ens 'territory to
dealer who realizes the situation
can finance automobiles. Specificatie
Forty horse power Red Seal Co
nental Motor; Borg & Beck clu
Stromberg carburetor; Hotchkiss dr
Timken bearings; Stewart vacu
Wheelbase 116 in.; price $1375 f. <
factory. Elcar Motor Sales Comp
Southern District Office, 1502 Car
Building, Atlanta, Ga.
cally new' No. 9 metal base board
cover complete. Write f best p
Will sell cheap. Centrd Merca
Cnr f4or- sale-Buick roadstet
running order; good rear casings;
model. A pick-up for some on(
$250. Hurry if interested as it v
be here long. Central Merca
Company, Central, S. C.
Wanted At Ounce-Active,
telbagent boy 16 to 17 1-2 years'
Sloan Bros. Drug Store, ~reem~
Wanted -Two thousand bundhi
fodder. Easley Lumber Co., sue.
ors Pickens Lumber Co.
FOR SALE-One top buggy, sar
new. See Miss Nora Cauley, Piei
FOR SALE-20 horse poe o
gine im fine condition; been used
laundry a few months. Have inst
electnei motors is reason for wantia
dispose of it. If interested comn
cate with J. W. Powell, Ideal Laur
108 Mcllee avenue, Greenville, S.(
FOR SALE--Seed wheat-blue
white straw. $3.00 per bushel. C
Hunter, Pickens, S. C., R-2.
FOR SALE-One Beverly or.
practically new. Apply to R. L. S
son, P'ickens, S. C., R-.1.
LOST-One female Duroc pg.
ward if returned to R. E, Eleni
FOR SALE-A one-horse wI
FOR SA LE-Duroc Jersey pige
F. Riggins, Pickens R-5.
H IDES WANTI
TIhe Athens Hide Co., of At
Ga., are the largest buyers of ex
shipped green cow hides In the S
Reason is, "They Weigh the Wei1
Stop giving away hides, It's ea
b~ox and express them. Ty it.
suIts will surprise .you. Wri t4
prices on dry hides, beeswax, wo<
cow hides. Mule and horse hides
H. EUGENE FANT, Manager
Notice of Final Settlement and Dise
Notice is hereby given that I
make application to J. B. New
Esq., .Judge of Probate for Pi
Icounty, in the State of .South Car
onl the 25th day of November, 1918
Io'clock in the forenoon, or as
thereafter as said application cet
Iheard, for leave to make final s
ment of the estate of W. W. Cat
deceed, and obtain dlischalrge a
; Ntic toDebtors anld Credi
sttof Dr. L. TP. Shirley mus
setth ame~ duly proven,<
bfrthe 28th (lay of Nove
198 rbe debarred payment; V
persons indlebtedl to said estate
make pa ment on or before the
date to t e undersi nled.
29 MRS. LUC A SHIRLE'