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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 November 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journal, \ A \ \ N \ V N \ : N' \ / ' I LOCAL BREVITIES < | ' |1 jf? Some Things You Know and Some '' 3 You Don't Know About Our ? < Towns, County & People V. \ \ \ \ \:\ \ \ S *N \ \ NI ?Ami all the Pickons county 1 people tried to spend Thanksgiv- 1 ing at home. ?The Pickens minstrels will put A1 Field in the shade. Look for the date. '> ?For land anywhere in Pick ens county see or write J. Ii. Ashmore, "The Land Man.'1 ?Cotton is sticking: close around the. 14 cent mark while the seed are bringing over $'28 per ton. ?Dr. E. G. Kirven, dentist of Easley, will be in Pickens every Wednesday. Office over Keowee Pharmacy. ?Monday was off-day in Pickens. There no people in town trading and the merchants spent most of their time taking! snn baths. ?Dr. Bolt says that some few! have come forward in response j to his appeal and paid him. lie is anxious for others to do like wise. ?One of the best attractions of the season will be given soon by the talent of t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 November 1910

iiniimmiiiiiiiU'iilllilllllll.,..?:..?.nliill[i!l!Hllllllllllllllllllll|| CURES RHEUMATISM. Immediate relief from pain follows use of Mexican Mustang Liniment. It aoaks in to tho bone. Read this positive statement: Mr. E. C. Ford, of Rome, Ga., write*:? "I was in bed three months suft'criuji fearfully from inflammatory rheumatism. I used everything i could think ot without gettinK relief until X struck Mexican Mustang Liniment. After uiini three bottles I win alt right. I rubbed the liniment in thoroughly and it did the work. There i-? no doubt whatever as to the curative properties of this liniment properly and frequently applied and well rubbed in. It works equally well on uiuu or beast." 25c. 50c. $1 a bottle at Drue & Gen'l Store*. motners mills will supply the baby laxative enough, if she takes a candy Caecaret. And the laxative will be natural, gentle, vegetable?just what baby needs. Try one and youH know why millions of mothers use them. Veibpockel ho*, 10 cfnli-tH drn^fo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 November 1910

Social Change By IION. ARTHUR f?| DO NOT BELIEVE nr I more sordid than its prod 1 the reverse. But howeve soc'(>'^ 's ')e moved h; thinkers it can only bo 01 Some ]>oint of conta which they live, and if tl * 1 if"'"* Bprcad sympathy the con can 1)0, if not full mutual lire of practical agreement and willin touched the mass of men except thr< allel is not complete, it is safe to sa unaided by its practical applications. Critics have made merry o\er tl BCJiu-u iiiuii as me center and unai ca stupendous mechanism of nature as f and minister to his entertainment, danger into which it is possible to fa The material world, however it under the touch of science, lost in affects the immediate needs of orgai the concerns of men that in the maj of those who are fascinated by its n impersonal and indifferent immensit fin :~1- i-- -- i in.- ajjjjrufirilliu joim'uy is IMC j of science on the business of inankiin And even now I believe this in 11 hundred years the whole material s< ow...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 November 1910

CLEM30N COLLEGE EXTENSION '! WOHK. (ky I!. i\!. Stackhouse, Sec'v.), In ivolv to criticisms that we i sometimes hear, that Clemson ( College will not analyze samples I unit ss we first know who man-1 nf.-n'tured them and what they an claimed to contain, 1 wish to make the following explanali.ilion of just how the samples arc drawn and passed through tlif office to the chemists who . analyze them, and which will show that suen criticisms arc unjust and without foundation, in t act The laws on this subject rec< 'tfiiize and provide for but two classes of these samples, 1st official samples drawn by inspectors sent out for that purpose. aiici '^<l. tanner s or puiuuusei ? samples, sent to the College by th< dinner or purchaser when dnivyn in accordance with laws gov? ruing this subject. Section 15510 of the Statutes of this state requires the trustees ol CMcmson College to send their ot!i< i;tl inspectors to get samples of II commercial fertilizers they find sold, or ottere...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 December 1910

(J > ) S I H' ' . ? y^J: |j j " ": ' ' "\ . ' '''' " " . fi-w? KiiU'riiil M?:*?l ' *?? l!>i> 5 .it l?icU>>iim, s. <5. i?>? hocoiiiI cIiinm mill imiiier, iiiidui'iii'l of Ooiiixi-.^h <?t' :t, isj-i 40th Year PICK$NS* 8. (7., DEC. ??,' W10. Numb v.-v _ _ _ . v. ; , . PICTURE Matth?\* "The Kingdom of God it not me< in the Ht TW"" F?T U5 keep in memory I I Henron relate to the ( world of mankind to I dom soon to be Inauei v: man is ?|>HKCI1 <>l ?? inClUtliUg class, but also. to some extent. Those different parable-picturi standpoints, just as we take a south, the ??n?t and the west, ii As a mustard seed is very fowls of the air may lodjjL' in of iht? Kingdom would, from a Tin* nmstnrd would not In; gre: herbage. Thus i In* message of f(.>w of Israel. has tlnul!;, grow lik<? to gather in its br::i.chen. to our Lord's interpretation of the Wicked One.'. So then the elude that (In- Church of Christ that it was a shame and a dl would become honorabl...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 December 1910

Sentinel-JournaS. Published Weekly. PICKfCNS, SOUTH CAROLINA. Tho sky man is the man of the century. Aviation is. after all, less dangerous than football. Tho freak hat is doomed, we aro told. Ah. but which freak bat? Don't k?op your mjuth open when j looking at airships. It is a bad habit. Ballooning is somewhat ike tobogganing, but the walk back Is more (oH??lnn >uii6Uiu6. Vt la Just as fatal to bo killed In a j football game as in an aeroplane ! catastrophe. Perhaps the hobble skirt is tho cause for the new fashion o2 large pedal extremities. The man-bird should not attempt at i ?? (.! ntnnn .,f .1,? mnnn ! muhV VJ1 I HIT IUU UIU.UJ shines in the air. When a man lives in a boarding house he lots somebody else worry about the price of coal. Aerial wonders top one another un til the central nuhlic Is betrinnlnc to bo surprised by nothing. According to reports, the government will soon have to s<-t aside reservations to prevent the Yankees from becoming extinct. The Chinese ma...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 December 1910

V V \ V \ IT ~ ~ 1 DOCTORS FAILED Suffered Several Years With * Kidney Trouble, "Peruna Curea Me. Watkins, 8133 no. I sufforod i . 'Spy? ''&SK :>V via for bov o r a 1 I :;V . years with this V t trouble, spent hundreds of dollars on doctors and medl- V cine and all to no purpose until I took Pe- N. v\ .' run a, "One hottlo did mo moro . good than all Mr. John N. Watkins. the others put together, as they only poisoned tny system. Peruna cured me. I used It for four months Deforo a complete cure was accomplished, hut am truly grateful to ypu. The least I can do In return Is to acknowledge the merits of Peruna, which I take pleasure In now doing." Bladder Trouble. Mr. C. B. Newhof, 10 Delaware j street, Albany, N. Y., writes: "Since my advanced age I find that I I have boon frequently troubled with i urinary ailments. The bladder seemed ; Irritated, and my physician said that ! It was catarrh caused by a protracted j cold which would be dlfllcult to over- : come on account of my...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 December 1910

:>y. > v \ ?: >. i* ' ' .; "-'fswf. Pickens Seutinel-Jourael ; " t " ?' ' ? Intend M Plokous I'ostofllce tin Secouci i;in>-i> Mall Matter Pit KENS, s. : ; l? r ?.? MA V HJ'c. :i tVttO borne Figures that Startle. Wy have just finished checking through our subscription list and we find some figures ihat startle us. Since January 1909 we have had subscribers to discontinue _?? . jLor various causes?move away without giving new address, discontinued by post master, "refused'1 etc., to the amount of $411.50 worth. It is appalling to think about. This amount would buy 10acres of irood farming land, a faiily good house and lot, a cracking good pair of limine nnf nnf m\ infftrnof 1M IllUlVOf | M I II V7U 11 Wll II 1 ll.1V/Ol1 AV years at vS per cent it would ho the handsome little sum of $740.(50. Cash down in our hands it would pay a lot of debts, it would buy a heap of the necessaries of life and < few of the luxuries, for several months. No wonder thai newspapers all ov...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 December 1910

m,. : '''u 5 ;v':- ^ Pickens Sentinel Journal % \ \,\ \ \ NAAA \ \ \/ J J LOCAL BREVITIES J i Some Things You Know and Some ' jjj . You Don't Know About Our | . ^ f. Towns, County & People /\ \ m \ \ \ v \ \ \\ ?The Pickens minstrels will f put A1 Field in the shade. Look for the date. ?Married at the North Pickens parsonage on the 27th ult. Mr. P. C. Durham to Miss P. P. Galbreath. Rev. E. L. Thomason officiating. All of Pickens county. ?One of the best attractions! of the season will be given soon i by the talent of the city. They are working hard on it now. tp n T/i -i ?xjl. vj. \jr. jvirveu, (lonusi: of Easley, will be in Pickens every Wednesday. Office over Keowee Pharmacv. - Don't miss seeing t he "Old Maids of Pickens at their Best" in the entertainment they are getting up. Some fair, some fat, some forty. ? HIDES WANTED:?Cash paid for your hide.-;, ( liven liid< s V. per pound: dry hide*-; 10c. per pound. See ! . I j. Kinlev .it" (lie l.Mckens meat market. ?;.J. A. Sm...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 December 1910

4 Divine ! Ideal By REV. R. ] i iiaHin THE LAST two eh tip to (lie material world will, w transformed by I he spi cspocted (his con^'inninat aLTm'Ifc&Sj thinking ahout it, and bo *v mS lor 11 111 a stale <>1 |>t milJ/1 ani' a" l'u> n,d(,(,m some grout end, sin end h individualities. One gem olT, and unfolds the divine ideas a li ii.it..> ti.io ?;n i i: i .p/j , i m>7 iu\.u >'iii i?i: 1C(UI/<1'U III i I I lie limitations of earth permit. Wo rations which havo passed on have m ; orneil with the work of evolving lain in the glorified Christ. '"Then eometh the etui." All ill' disappear; the material will nuiko wi till" lilt' rr>!ll t)u> Iinicnpcn <?t' imi? perfect conscious oneness in the eteri r<*stan?"iil view of tlio matter seen in clay knowledge of the vastness of the When we come to the question of n?>s> after death we can say no more satisfy the ordinary religious mind 111 religious temperament. Nevertheless than in the former. Kvideii...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 December 1910

a? mum n?> fi purr i Sili , I r_| BERNHARDT S I. The er s?I hnrdt la 01 . 'v to,re of 2i f / Vise B'x monthi ' Pm? ?f coTe> yp r,-'/>{x , times has "i inevitable /? tour, but ^jT J) disillusion* drama, wl many stag cynical ai ?P" "">1 tour" is u ?? ' y ^ most of all ^ N. has "farew ^ Hut v. wants her 67 enn play tho part of a lithesome li the grace and vivacity which the r< Why shouldn't she go right on playir Sarah has this idea in mind and cer count on Americans backing her Up f< It has been said ,in fact one rea hardt's career, that she looks barely 1 to sav thnt thn ir> ? ? v,. .v. iui.n;uo r lentil i the stage "in real life" Is an exaggera and straight as any girl's, her eyes healthy, cannot bo denied. Interested in every question of th< a sculptor, painter and poet of no inea actress, Sarah Bernhardt is a wonderfi which she possesses to a marked degr womanliness?motherliness perhaps e> near and dear to her?her son and his she is devoted for instance?...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 December 1910

K, >.| fc*v v' ?-.. , .,., . . . ,t ... ... ,' V'* ' / Vv'oll Bonn. '1 he >a()()<1 people o!, I '.iutii ninde their *>!istor very liapfry and very humble on Thanksgiving day. They invited him to s preafeh for tliem and wlx n Iho hour for service arrived thev he r ga>i to arrive from all directions and gather around .1 two-horse wagon and. load on bundles, boxes, sacks, etc. until the wag oil nod was nil I, and alter a heartsearching service the wagon loaded with good things was driven to the parson Glenwood, and the pastor's larder was filled with groceries, good home-made, home-grown fruits, iiOlii'm i')i)K iomnines flnnr enf fee, sugar and other articles too numerous and good to mention besides a lot of corn, fodder and oats that made the parsons horse laugh". The pastor and his wife showed their appreciation by the smiles of gratitude that welled up from'their hearts and the many expressions of jov gaven as the packages were unloaded and opened. They say words fail...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 December 1910

, (filtered April CI. 1 ! '! :t .?i ft*lcUui3H? S. <:. a? n<m:<mi<! cIiimk m?il matter, iimlnr ni>l ?>r 0<?u:: ri--?K of ? i 40th Year - PICKENS. S. C. DEC. 8, 1910. .. Number 21) Entertai BY '1 very Best I ale fiiuj THE PRO( And you will sec you ea1 Muffs, or a Husbands Mis Soprano?Newly Eggauced A Tonoi?Her Fiance?Mr. H; \lfr*?Yinniif Wifo?Mrs .I Baritone?Her Jlushaml? Mary ami Marie Soprano?Marie?Mvs. Wilt Alio?Mary?Miss Lois Nev When leather Rode the Tenoi?Ila^oo'l Bnico, Jan Hass?-Olaudi' Gentry, Jule I > I ! i A 1 I 1 1,1 l o i .u rn* i jamu?r ( Soprano?M isscs ?ra McKal A Ho -Miss Daisy MoDovald Social Calls?C'( Soprano? Miss Kuby Browi Alto?Mrs. Whit<*-*-Miss I0v i iiisi ? Maie ijMini i( i Soprano?Miss Mva lOarle. Tenoi?Messrs llauoood Hn liass?Messrs .Jule Parsons : Sam and Tildv's Courts Soprano?Till I v?M iss 1 ,oi-: Tenor?Sam ? Mr. (.Maude (J W ay i)o\vn South ? No]nam*?Aliss Ura .Met' all. Tenor?M r. .J atnes \ 'allahn Alio?Mrs. .J. R. Aslinio...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 December 1910

S?it tino 1 Jo ur naS. Published Weekly. PICKRNS, SOUTH CAROLINA. Don't abuse tlie weather *uun. Farewell, a long farewell to the Iceman. Fine weather brings out fine bird* on lliK hats Some men make good money, but mighty little of it. A throne upheld by bayonets la au.-s to fall sooner or later Aviators are pulling down some rich prizes from the upper air From women down to census returns we ait; against padding However, the undertakers have not yet begun subsidizing football. As a Juggernaut the aeroplane ii running the automobile a mighty close raco. A western fanner extinguished a biaze In his Kitchen with milk. Enough said. ?*? . .? ....... ... Mi.. .,.11. lucli-in t>mt nutiimn 'las s[ bv.?tot? forty ways from the . i? k In an ai-ropla: > tv o r1 < ro :o. ni3 to bo no sin ! poss:l>i!Uy a> !>ottiiig on u sure tlili!;; Hero !s w o tv.o foolhardy man begins a dan >m <ui in'.lina> y with the I noumonia gei ?n Tho nj?o of nvlation ? rsll? for n raro of s;...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 December 1910

MMSIH? Sraro d CmmiEM ' ?'J II] past few years lias witnessed the Rra$ velopment of a unique activity, the pur-^. Bgjn pose of which Is to satisfy public curios- |i f N. 11 y regarding men an?l women who are I j prominent in one or another of the con- II \ J spicuous walks of life. This particularly 1 ' up-to-date vocation might he <|i noniinated i.io "snap-shotting" of celebrities, which means ( tho making of instantaneous photographs of the people who are temporarily or permanently in tho public eye and whoso personal appearance Is consequently a matter of interest to the people of all parts of the country. Few newspaper readers who take delight l:i the nuifK of plctuies spread nowadays ovir every printed page, ever s-1'?|> to reflect what a compar.'ttlvely short time ago It was that llrst saw such embellishment of the chronicle of the day's happenings. Most of our readers can doubtless remember distinctly the time when pictures were unknown in their favorite newspaper, and ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 December 1910

*. I*?V* '-'SA " v' N * % ' * III Pickens Sentinel-jonrne] . ?; i a < Klhi.' i \VMf? I PM'KKNS. s. ' . : Till'WsUAY IH'.r. s MHO An Old Adaqe fill _|.i .. .1 1111310 lb an <)Ki uiau "von can't get blood out of a turnip." Yes, that's all true, but did you over stop to think? There's something else you can get. You can get the turnip. And the salad, and you CAN get the J IJ1C;Hi. We are now atter the and we are Going to Have IT or have a fi^ht or a footrace. We pride ourselves oil our Irish blood and our ability to run?OUR MAN DOWN?the one that owe us! And wj have the assurance of Dr. Holt and several other doctors and the local tribe of blacksmiths that they win ail help us in our race alter the "nimble dollar." We are on the "War Path," nionev is due us for which we have worked hard and waited lontr, and it must come. No 'shenanigan" in tIt" matter! It must come! "i >v fair nutans," if it can. by " m! lr i!is** i i; Jiius;. . ! 11 , I I) i ' : i S i i OI ! - t i i i. v\ vi ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 December 1910

i Pickens Sentinel-Journal j N,v\ \ \ \ \ \ \ v v \ .v:\v | LOCAL BREVITIES 1 < Some Things You Know and Some / i ; You Don't Know About Our ^ | z Towns, County & People , | /\.\ \ \ x:x \ \ \ \ \ \ S Capt. J. T. Taylor made a business trip to Asnovme last, week. J. J. Lewis, of Pickens, R. 3, has changed his address to Willi amston, R. 1. Mrs. O. D. Epps, of Central, spent last Wednesday here the iViinnf rvf IVTvo T T^of WL luio. a JL x ativHi. Rev. J. P. Patton and wife! left last Monday for Charleston, | where they go to attend confer- j ence. Mrs. W. T. F,ield of the Cross Roads section spent a portion of 1 L 1. 41... C :l ..X! T> iclou wt:t*iv wii/ii Mil- laiiuiy ol i\. A. Bo wen. ?Have you purchased that farm yet? See H. M. Hester, "The Real Kstate Man," he has M II111 (KM^UIIIS Mil Ills IISI . , ?One oft ho host attractions' of I ho season will In4 s^i von soon by (ho talent of t lie eit.\ . The. aii' working hard on i! nov . Prof. R. M. l^cidm^ will !> U'iii a 2...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 December 1910

WOMAN GOULD NOT GIVE UP THE GAME WIFE OF SIX MEN DECLARES SHE WAS PURSUED BY AFFINITIES. MARRIES FOUR IN ONE YEAR Blames Her Predicament Upon Marriage Bureau, the Motto of Which ! "Trv T rv; Ann in" f li r?no a tlie Harrison Street I'oliee Station anil prepared her novel defense, based on a now plea of "matrimonial madness." She was brought from .Medford, Okla., where she was held on the complaint of .lames 10. Young, almost the last of her many husbands. She was apprehended three days after she had lesertcd iiuyli Iiosklns of Well ington, i\an. "Tbeso matrimonial agencies havo driven luc to desperation. Thoy used to toll mo tliat if I livod with one man too ! hk he would find mo out and that tlio only safo way was to keep iM-ing. "At ni: lit I used to lie awako and stare into the darkness to see tlio liusl'.'nd;: I bud deserted march past glaring at mo and tbreatoning reVOU.'I'i* 'I l?n novt I u-nnl/l hnunti-'i by the faces of horrible men m ii m ^ r w I I ' u ii in i : mJB 11iSil ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 December 1910

1 PttOMgE ;| SEEMS SLATE ??i Alth f 1)1 ro Ur will be ,s alrei Tn-A Inform* Mlssou 8eGI?8 w-> Hny ol '"i (Ion of Clark, like ninny other men 1 Ills wife. Before she married Clar^ teacher, with a local reputation as without any marked proniiso of ( ever to shino as a self-composed, (1 drilled him in elocution, drilled h easy, and after each speech made cutlng Attorney of Piko County, t fcpeech might have been made more The home life of the Clarks, It tic cloud bring known to the nolgl library. Reserving to himself this Order No. 1: "Nobody is allowed (c br attempt to clean up the room." homo often and are delightfully request of her husband's friends: Around the walls are bookslu owner to be a student and a caroful |ls a long table where things llo w nees iu 10 move tlictn. The room rust, and its pipe is fantastically di His name isn't "Champ" at al his mother's maiden name. Clark much of a name to carry into pot11 he has become known to fame. OUR AMBAS5) ^? li'i uMw !/ ainbast i?...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 December 1910

al"inonfc of *' * ' tif" of 1'ne iPsc.fcens B&a4k i ... '.itii 1 , a1 .o > i > >f Imsi in n > ) <; 1>i 1910. ' li?QOUia'KU: IjoniB ?u<l l;i>oyunt? 810".?,(559.72 Ov r-trtft* 0,903.95 Hoods mid Stocks innic'i By Ha ti U :',2(>0.00 Hanking llouso 7.M31.85 Fani!mI'm an : Kixturt's . 2,3:24 "2ci OllHU'Rpal Kstnt" :{,(i()5.00 i Duo from llaiiKs anu I!.miters 15,754.153 ! Currency fl,G'25.00 1 Gold.... mOO; Silv r ami other \ A>in ... '1015 50 | ks and t'.iH1: Itoms... 2,7l5.Rl' Total $211,081,1# IjIA HiLlTUSS: (Japital Stock Paid In.... 5 20,500.00 Surplus Fund 20,500.00 Unuividnd PioliiH, Ii'hh Uurrcnt l'<\jn1 iikoh and Taxns Paid 0,404.74 j Individual DopoflitH subject to I 'hack 78,288r92I Snvincs Deposits 73,000.00 | Cashier's Chock? 1419.34 Notes and Hill lindiscountcd 8,5 8.1(5 Intransitu nccoant 110 Total $211,081.10 ' State of Souti. Carolina, County of Piokoii". lioforc, nio catno 1. M. Mauldin, cashinr of l lie abovo nanuid bank, wno, boimr ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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