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FRE'SH GARDEN SEEDS In BulK and Packages PICKENS DRUG COMPANY The Rexall Store J. . AUUnMv'Pre r FORD-THE itNWERSAL CAR Get the facts on- he operating costs before you . acts-buy an automobile. Find out the truth before -not after. And don't be satisfied with hear say ora salesman's claim, Theiprice of gasoline is high; so is oil, and there is sure to be an in rease.in the price of all tires. So, what you want is the car that 'will giv you most miles per gallon of gasoline, per gallon of b I and Ie ~ht of tires. A Ford will go anywhere any other car wili go and lots of places others won't go. Roadsters $390 Touring Car $440 F. 0. .T. B. L. HENDR1X, Pickens, S. C. Statement of the onition of the KEOWEt a RANK, rLocatedI at Pickenis. S. C. t the lIose of business March 7. 1916. LI 4 111LITIi.:8. j4verdrafts' ---R------------... .n...7...4. *?''urniture anu........ture.......... ..NO i Ilu e r fa n k unveT] linnker41 u 'j..... x i(ii C u r r e n c y . . . . . . .. . . . . . . r.' nzurt ..... .~ ue..7841 t .!len r. . . . .., 7 IS Silver rnl olIht-r Mi innr Con w4vhnn'htcae 4 I'O ta to i~oo ed ...... ...... .-,ui oij - -oa -.. -........ ..... .. ..28~ :11 hlToe~ a o..., Ca. Caaolte bor r bo - --...... 15,0ly 0 ei relt H ek .ume , .o . . Cre C h. ~worni to axad su bsribed befo me this a5Toy 1930. .N .C A)y *f. ~* ~J~~y~J~AN. McAL. Notary Public for S. C. ~. .. lI)U S, . IlrPctora. ., I THE KEoM!2 BANK PICKENS, S. C. We solicit your banking busiguss nd will show you every c.uartesy and convenierce consistent with sound bankiug prmn eiples. Five per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits. JP. CA REY, President. JNO.>C. CA REY, Cashier. - - - - r. ... .n - . i . To cleanse the scalp, remove dandruff and promote hair health -- ude Hirsutone. Seems to give new life tA the -hair-adds the attradtive gloss. F'ify cents the bottle. Keowee Pharmacy The Nyal 'Quality D~rug Store (Your money back iLydi want it) PERSO!AL Dr. R. J. Gillilando a prominent phy. siclan of Easley, wag In our city on pro. fesslonal business this week. D. H. Kennemur, a well-knon citi sen of Liberty, was at the county seat on business one day last week. J. R. Griffin, a prominent and sub. stantial citizen of Central route 8, was at the county seat on business Saturdiy. The new track of the Southern rail way will run parallel with the old track thru Easley and on practically the same grade. The ladies of the W. C. T. U.1 as sisted by all of the other ladies of the town, hope to make Pickens the pret tiest town in the state. Marshall Parsons, doing business un der the name of the Cash Grocery Co., at Liberty, last week filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy. The sale of the Maplecroft Mill at Liberty, which was scheduled to take place at Pickens Monday, was postpon ed by order of the court until April 24. We have it straight that the play to be at the school house Friday night will be the funniest and most mirth provok ing entertainment ever staged in Pick ens. The article on another page of this paper headed "Pickens Boy First to Fall," is not exactly correct and slipped into the paper by mistake. A correct account of the affair appeared in last week's paper. Married, Sunday the 12th instant, at the residence of Mrs. A. G. Wyatt in Easley, Miss Mary Phillips, of Glen wood mill village, and Mr. ; Andrew Sumter, of Toccoa, Ga. R. G. Wyatt, N. P., officiated. The family of Maj. G. M. Lynch wish to publicly express their heartfelt thanks to the friends who were so kind and good to them and the departed husband and father during his recent sickness which resulted in his death. Early Holder, who recently lost his barn, some live stock and other proper ty by fire, wishes to thank his friends and neighbors for their thoughtfulness and kindness toward him in his misfor tune. He is truly grateful. Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Miss Nettie Ellison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Co lumbus Ellison, to Dr. Lake Jamison. son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Jamison, all of Easley, the event to take place in June. Pickens township sing ing convention will meet with Mountain View church the fourth Sunday in March at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Any church which wishes to entertain the all-day singing the fifth Sunday in April should extend the invitation next Sunday. In the preliminary contest held at the school house Friday night Vaughn .Inab met was selected to represent Pickens school in the county oratorical contest and Steen Looper was awarded second place. Miss Eleanor Earle will repre sent the Pickens school in the county declamation contest. The Pickens postoffice will in a few days be in its new and handsome quar ters in the rear room of the Pickens bank building. An extra door has been made in the side of the building and ce ment pavement has been put down alongside the bank for the convenience of the st amp-buying and mail-getting public. Mr. Carlos Gantt, an enterprising merchant of Liberty. was here on b)usi ness Monday. Mir. Gantt invites The Sentinel readers to trade with him, Hie represents one of the best known tailor ing establishments and would be glad to take your measure for a new sprin~g and summer suit. See his ad in this paper. H. J. Lewis, one of the good citizens ofe unset, was in town on business M~dilday and paid us a pleasant visit. Mr. Lewis has been a subscriber to The Sentinel since tde first issue and we hope he may be permitted to reniain with us a long time yet. He has been in bad health for several months, but we are pleased to state that he is im proving now. it will be interesting news to many in Pickens to learn that Prof. W. E. Den dy, formerly priinci pal of the school here, has accepted the position as reg istrar and asstant to the president of Oglethorpe University. of Atlanta. It is the university now being built by Southern Presbyterians and when f in ished will be the largest school of its kind ini the South. Oglethorpe will be gin its first session next fall. Prof. Dendy has resigned as superintendent of the schools at Monroe, Ga., in order to take up his new work. At the school house Friday night, March 24, at 8 o'clock -Come and .see "Popping the Question"'- two mnales and four females. A bustling farce with one old bachelor and two old maid parts. -Ver~y amusing. Vocal and in strumental music. "How the Story Grew" -eight female chairacter~s. An amusing little piece full of human na ture. Admission 15 and 25 cents. Tlhis entertainment is given under the aus pices of the W. C. T. U, and the pro ceeds will be used on a public play ground for the children of Pickens. The corn munity was shocked Satur thif when it became known that Emette, the two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. lien Holder of Pickens, had been choked to death by arain of rice which lodged in his winpe while he was eating dinner. Telittle fellow had been suf fering from whooping cough, and just as he was puttmng some rice in his mouth was seized with a coughing spell which caused him to suck some of the rice into his windpipe and death resulted soon after. A doctor was summoned aind everything possible was done, but the rice -'could not be removed. The little body was laid to rest Sunday in Secona cemetery after funeral services sonducted by Rev. B. E. Grandy. At the time of ~Emette's death his mother v'as in bed sick. The entire com nunity extends to the stricken family mecere sympathy. YOt get~ fI-Nh Loaf .83'end ii the timel( al the Pickens -and proof to convictfthe iDnnoite Di. Berry, or any socalled oci st, -ptltl clan, or spectacle vender, who- caims to be manager or pgent for the Globe Optical Company,.of - Greenville, S. C. The Globe Optical Company. For male-Few bushels Texas red oats at 76e bushel. Also 20 bushels Vandiver's heavy fruiter cotton seed at $1 per bushel. G.A. Ellis, Pickens. 46 Fon' Male or Trade--My jack and one of of my Reg. saddle horses. Terms to suit purchaser. J. B. Robinson, Basley. 45 Wanted -- Teams, 2.50 er day. Steady work. See A. B. Tr for. Preston's Plavnts-i -1 for m new catalogue. It's free. Fred M. Preston, Pine Castle Florida. 51 Tlaose Big Bargalns in Coffee. A big peck for $1, and it's guaranteed good and strong. Over-bought tobacco. Will get rid of it fast at the cut prices. Inclothing, women's suits and children's caps-price them in reason and take them. 7 packages soda 25c; 10 bars of good soap 26c. Genuine Muscavado molasses. It's certainly paying now to see T. D. Harris. Announcements Caididates' cards inserted in this column for Five Dollars each, invariably in advance. For Congress I announce myself a candidate for Congress from the Third Congressional District of South Carolina, subject to the rules of the Democratic party. JOHN A. HORTON. For Solicitor I announce my candidacy for Solicitor of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, sub ject to the rules and results of the Dem ocratic Primary election. J. ROBT. MARTIN. For Clerk of Court 0. S. STEWART is hereby announced as a candidate for the office of Clerk of Court of Pickens county, subject to the rules and regulations of the Democratic party in the primary election of 1916. Statement of the Condition of The Pickens Bank Located at Piokens, S. C., At the close of business March 7, 1016. - RESOURCES: Loans and Discounts..... 8262,084.60 Overdrafts................ 3,601.01 Bonds and Stocks owned By Bank................ 3,200.00 Furniture and Fixtures. .. 2,286.78 Banking House............ 10,780.69 Other Real Estate Owned.... 3,725.09 Due from ban a and bankers 15,565.64 Currency.................. 4,555.00 Gold....................... 3 10.00 Silver and minov Coin..... 435.91 Cheoksand Cash Items.... 177.00 Other resources. viz- in transit.................... 24.,5 Total.. .. ...... .. .... 30,785.1.7 LIAIBILITIES: Capital Stock Paid In. S 20,500.00 Surplus Fund............ 5.125.00 Undivided Profits, less Cur rent Expenses and Taxes Paid................ :,750 Dividends un paid. .. .. .. .. ...4, 620.00 Individual Deposits bubject to Check.$122.06I9.74 Savings Deposits 1.50,176.90. Ca~sier'u' Chlecks.... 1,520.83 276.7i6t.51 79691... .. ... . . . . . . . . 0,785 17 State of Southa Carolina, County of Pickens. -Before me came Frank Aeb'all, cash ler of the above named bank, who being duly sworn, says that the above and foregoine statement is a tree con dition of said bank, as shown by rtbe books of Raid ban c. FRANK McFALL. Sworn t. and sabscribed before nme, this 17th day of MarcLe, 1916. W. L. MATHIENY (el.) Nofary Public for South Carolina. Correct.-Attest J. McD. BRUCE W. M. IIAOOOD) Directors FRANK M'FALL ( Statement of the Condition of Bank of Norris, I.ocated at Norris, S. C., .\t the close of business Mareb 7, 1916. RESOURCES: L ans~ and Discoun ts ~ - . $48, 063.88 Overdrafts. ......... 1.247.50O [Furniture and Fixtures .. 2,29i0.09 Banking ifous~e .. 1,448.40 Dute from Hanks~ andA llankenp, 7,006.88 Currenmcy.. .... . .. 090.00 Silver amnd Other M mor Coin 146.31 Tlotaml........- - 0,982.50 IA I L2iT1 ES: Capital Stock Paid In. . -820,0001 00 Surplus F~und - .---. . 2,500.00 Undivided Profits, less (Jur rent Expenses and Taxes Paid-... .----.. ---..... 90 55 to Check. -. -.......-. 6,617.13 Tfime Certificates of Deposit 7,9837.58 Cashiier's Checks- ..- .... 128.35 Notes and1( bilis redisounted, ),500 00 Bills payable, including cer tifloates for money borrowed 10,000.00 Total . ... ..... $ 0.8250 State of South Carolina, County of Pickens. Before mae came E. W. Tate, Cashier of the above named bank, who, being duly sworn, says that the above and foregoing statement is a true condition of said b)ank, as shown by thme boeks of said bank. E. WV. TATE. .8worn to and subsceribed before me thia 14th day oif March, 1916. R. M. BAKEit, Notary P'ublic for S9outh Carolina. torrect A fItest: L. G. FlLLIr~rPs, R. L. L RX ND I NOW ARRIVING Most of our spring line of Dry Goods and No, tions Is in and opened ipready for Y'our inspec. thin. We carry no jobs or seconds. Everything new, clean merchandise at prices as loW'as can be sold, quality considered. A good per cent, of .our Oxfords have already arrived-the old reliable Hamilton.Brown make. Am. -ican Gentleman, $4.00 to $5.00. American Lady, $3.50 to $4.00. White canvas Oxfords for men, women and children. Outing Shoes for all, 50c to 65c. New lot of Neckties that always please. - South ern made for Southern trade. HATS-When In need of a new Hat don't, fail to see our line. It is now complete and we want to show you what we haye. Come to see us. CRAIG BROS. COMPANY 44 nn m.~uhnMMMM Springtime s Near!.g and my Spring Goods are already arriving. Come along and get first choice. I shall continue to sell winter weight goods at reduced prices. On account of limited space I can't give many quotations on prices; so come, give us a trial and be convinced. I now have the largest line of Ladies' and Men's Slippers that I have ever carried. I will sell J. & P. Coats' Crochet Thread, numbers up to 25, three balls for 25 cents, and 'higher numbers for io cents per ball. Laidies' Shirtwaists at 5o cents each. I am still payinji 4c per pound cash and i 5c per pound in ':trade for H ams inside 25 pounds in weiglt. Bring me your j-ens and Eggs and get i c per pound for, the Hens and the Greenville market price for Eggs. J. W. HENDRICKs e Trammeils Music Palaee. ?'F you want to .hear some of the wvorIl's greatest produc Itions of music do not fail to visit Trammell's Music -~ down. Sheet Music of all kinds at half price--songs. *dane, waltzes. Grapanola Needles, etc. If you are mn the market for a piano or organ and can't : make up your mind what kind to buy, just sten across the street and ask your nigi~hboim d y'ou will perhaps find one1I and they will advise you to buy a "Iimball."' If you live . in the country .just go down the road a little piece and they - -will tell yon what to buy. If you wvant some grand1 opera music, we have it; if : you want some cheaper music, we have it. * If you lovo music, visit Tframmell's Graphanola Room. -If yon do not love It, come oni just the same and have your : .soul renewved, and it willecause you to go home with a *musical inspiration that will makeco ellkeynddi your childhood days. V.elli yuddn * ~ Mn. FUlUlAN WALonoop is authorized to wait on the public durig drIz. Trammell'sJ absence, and he will e-ladly give anyone any information desired. Bargain Period Extended to April 10 THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER announces the extension of its Special "Bargain Period" to April i oth. Until that date New Subscriptions will be ac cepted at the rate of $6.06 per year for the Daily . and Sunday. -'s i-5o for 3,mlonths trial subscription. The Observer's Special Lepised Wire News Service from Washimgton is worth the subscription price.