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The, i nd dYou hve
E Copy oWapper. 'Tug oinsmIo . a nom.
The Prices Are
Coine and do your trading early. We are
prepared to give you good service. We have al
most anything yoa. may want in Dry Goods, Notions
Undeiwear and Shoes. OUR PRICES SHALL
BE RIGHT. We have a- good many things - we
7 ish to close out, and. will make liberal discounts
* on them.
hapyCome and buy. Make yourself and famiijy
a happyand help to make us happy.
A. K. Park
West Enid, Grenii e.
All PEPSI-Cola crowns bearing
the word "Greenville" on inside
under cork disk will be redeemed
at 5c each.
Ask the Merchant
IThere's a great reason why you should
drink PEPSI-Cola. It is healthful.
EVERYTING which it brings yon is 100
per cent. PURE benefit and enjoyment. Flavor is
delicious-rare. ~Effect is wholesome, satisfying
-quick to refresh. It QUENCHES thirst with its
tart, fruit flavor.
"There's a Difference"
SHighest Price Paid for Produce ~
I have a nice line of Spring Clothing, Hats of all M
kinds, both men's and ladies'. A nice line Dress Goods
to select from. A nice line of Okfords, both men's and
SA car load of Elegant Brand Flour and another to
. n come, at $5.30 per barrel.
Agents for Marietta Fertilizers.
Yours for trade.
John W. Hendricks, - Pickens
IN THE COUNTY
A large stock of everything in the Furniture line. Bed
room suits $15 .oo and up. Feather Beds and pillows tc
match; just the thing for this cold weather. Blankets too.
Don't you need a cook stove or steel range? We have
them. and our prices are right.
Sewi" Machines and Organs. Agents for the Schuh
- Pianos, an~ the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets.
E. L. &G. B. HAMILTON /4
- . *Esley. S. C. i- \
How Margaret Made
Her Missionary Money
By Lillie Bush, 4th Grade, Liberty School
Margaret was a little girl
about'ten years old and she loved
to go to-prearhing.
OnE day.-Maraxet said to her
mother: "Tell me how I can
make-soa -n'oney for the little
childrenowho live in China and r
don'tifnw about Jesus Christ."
Mamafiet's mother said: "I
um glad diy little girl wants to
send some- -money to China for
'the little chiMren who don't
know about Jesus."
Margsmxet's mama told her if
she woAld-ielp her all she could a
every morning before she went 2
to schdoshe would give her 25
cents a week, and when she got
a dollarshe could send it off to
Everr-morning when Marga
ret got up she -went right to
work, and every week she got
Oneday Margaret wrote a let
ter torker aunt and told her she
was A#king money for the chil- N
dresii&-hina-and her aunt sent c
herfa dollar to send to them. , '
Margaret made money enough
to;get her a Bible of her own, f
and every night she read some
in it and said her prayers before
she went to bed.
*When Margaret's birthday
came-she got lots of presentb be
cauase-she, was a good little girl,
and everybody loved her.
:It would be good if we had a
lot oflittler girls like Margaret to (
make money for the little chil- (
dren in China who don't know
Cough Medicine for (hildren
too much care cannot be used
in selectingpa cough medicine s
for children. It should be pleas
ant to take, contains no harm
fuA substance-and be most effect- r
ual. Chamberlain's C o u g h I
Remedy - meets these require
ments and is a favorite with the
mothers of young children
everywhere. For sale by all
From Miss Golightly.
Editor Sentinel - Dear Sir: C
Please-allow me space in the col- o
umns of The Sentinel to express
tomay many' friends my sincere
thanksfor the support they gave -
me in the great piano. player y
contest just closed. I dId not
wina prize, butlI feel very proud
of the -support given me. and
wish also to congratulate the e
prize winners. I will try to
meet 'mf'friends earlier in the d
next contest. d
Thanking the judges, mana- -a
ger-and all my friends in this '
this contest. -and wishing The
Sentinel continued success, Iam,
Easley, March 31. 1916.
Found a Cure for Rheumatism
"I suffered with rheumatism
for two years and could not get
my right hand to my mouth for
that length of time," writes Lee
L. Chapman, Mapleton, Iowa.
"I suffered terrible pain so I
could not sleep nor lie still at
night. Five year's ago I began
using Chambeilain's Liniment
and-in two months I was well
and have notsuffered with rheu
matism since." For sale by all
Dacusville Oratorical Contest.
Followine is the program of
he Morgan oratoricalI contest
held at the Dacusville school
auditorium, Tuesday evening,
March 31, 1914, 8 p. mn.:
True Courage-H. Julian.
Peroration of closing speech
against Hastings-Joe Hunt.
The Little Outcast's Plea-H.
Traitor's Deathbed - George
The Storming of Missionary
Social Discontent-Bai leyLoo
The Unknown Rider-Argus
The Superiority of the White
The White Man's Cou ntry
Robert E. Lee-Sam Jones.
The Speech That Made His
The Home in the Government
The medal was won by Mr.
Sam Aiken; second place by
Mr. George Williams, and third
place by Mr. Irvin Dacus. Prizes
were ,iven for second and third
places. The judges were Rev.
EV. Babb and Mr. John Cheat
ham of Easley.
Dod' t e Calomel
F To id Liver
taiiga4 ere's a con
e On anid li remtdy that's
eate an e box to
Summons for Relief.
state of Sout"arolina,
,ourt of Common Ple M hre
. A. Major and W. A. G.
Plaintiffs, against "-4M -or
. W. Major, -Julia Wood, JudgeK tjie
John Major, William Major, antl.e
heirs-at-law of Frank Major,deceaseot
whose names. ages, and number are
lo the Defendants above named:
You 'are hereby summoned and re
ired to answer the complaint in this
etion, of which a copy is herewith
erved upon you; and to serve a co yof
our answer to the said corpLint
n the subscribers at their office at
ickens, S. C., within twenty days after
he service hereof, exclusive of the day
f such service; and if you fail to an
wer the complaint within the, time
foresaid, the plaintiffs in this action
ill apply to the court for the relief de
anded in the complaint.
Dated February 6, A. D. 1914.
A. J. BOGGS, C. C. P.
JULIs E. BOGGS,
C. E. ROBINSON,
'o the non-resident defendants, Julia
Wood, Judge Major, Johrt Major,
William Major, and the heirs-at-law
of Frank Major, deceased, whose
names,ages, an number are unknown:
Take notice, that the summons, of
rhich the foregoing is a copy, and the
mplaint in the above entitled action,
as filed in the office of 'the Clerk of
he Court, at Pickens, S. C., on the 6th
ay of February, 1914, and is now on
le in said 'ffice.
JULIUS E. BOGGS,
C. E. ROBINSON,
50 Plaintiffs Attorneyq.
Summons for Relief.
(Complaint Not Served.)
'he State of South Carolina,.
Coun of Pickens,
ourt of ommon Pleas.
. E. Robinson, H. Y. Lawrence, and
A. C. Knox, plaintiffs, against
. A. Carnes, defendant.
'o the defendant above named:
You are hereby summoned 'and re
ired to answer the complaint in this
ction, of which a copy is. herewith
erved upon you, and to serve a copy of
our answer to said complaint on the
bscriber at his office at Pickens, S. C.,
rithin twenty days after the service
ereof, exclusive of the day of such ser
ice; and if you fail to answer the com
laint within the time aforesaid, the
laintiff in this action will apply to the
>urt for the relief demanded in the
Dated the 5th day of March, 1914.
A. J. BOGGS, C. C. P.
C. E. 'N
j Plaintifl'e rney.
'o the Defendant, C. A. Carnes: - |
Take notice; that the summons, of
bhich the foregoing is a copy, and the
Dmplaint in the above-stated action,
as filed I ce of the Clerk of the
ourt a ens, S. C., on the 5th day
f Mar 14, and is -now on file in,
C. E. ROBINSON,
50 Plaintiff's Attorney.
iotice to Debtors and Creditors ',
All persons holdin claims against theI
Itate-of the late Joh T. Newton must1
rsent the same duly proven on or I
efore the 15th day of April, 1914, or be
ebarred payment; and all persons in
ebted to said estate mnust make pay
ient.on or before 'the above date to 'the
ndersigned. D. M. NEw'rON.
With electric lighting and s
over size tires
The Car of the A
Of' ,ourse we knos
All other cars the
For catalogues and demor
A sack c
011 VorT I
Fix Up Your Liver
And Feel Good
Why Risk Being "All Knoeked
Out" by Calomel? Dodon's
Liver Tone Takes Its
Place and is Safe.
en you are constipated
and v r liver is sluggish it is
no longe n ecessary to try to
yoe up with calomel.
fix yours ne now knows to
which every sometimes 're
be a poison tha ni and causes
mains in the sys ,nd is often
evil after-effects- nv eople.
very dangerous to m . ar
Dodson's Liver Tone is
anteed to take the place of
5mel, to be a pleasant tasting,
as-acting vegetable liquid,
with no bad effects and causing
no pain nor gripe nor interfer
ence with your regular duties,
habits )r diet. If you are not
entirely satisfied with Dodson's
Liver Tone, go back to the store
where you bought it and get
our money back. It belongs
lo you and Dodson wants you
to have it.
Pickens Drug Co. sells and
recommends Dodson's Liver
Tone and they will cheerfully
refund purchase price (50c.) in
stantly without question if the
remedy fails to please you in
ivery way. Its use has proven
beneficial to many thousands
mnd prtbably will to vou.-Mv.
The Dacusville school will be
represented at the county track
meet by Messrs. R. H. Julian,
am Jones. Sam Aiken and
Kent Hogsed. Mr. Ollis Suth
rland will reprssent the school
n the oratorical contest.
IT IS NEVER TOO LATE
o mend, so no matter what
iappens to your watch, send it
iround to us. We are experts
AT JEWELRY REPAIRING.
While here, take ti'me for a
ok at our display of novelties,
>rnaments and utilities in the
ie of attractive Jewelry.
F. Snider, Easley, S. C.
tarting, demnountable rims,
v within its class,
istration call or writc,
f our 8-4-4
ve it won
t will also
e a Uivic d
South Carolina Politial GossiP
Three of South Carolina's con
gressmenvoted against the canal
General interest is centered in
the freight- rate hearing to be
held April15. The State Freight
Rate association is asking for a
general-revision of rates.
Major James L. -Sims, recent
Ily appoited United States mar
shal for South. Carolina, has-re
tired fromthe editorship of the
Orangeburg Times and Demo
crat, whieh paper he has been
,eting for-the past 35 years.
Will James -H. Craig of An
derson -opposeA. W. Jones for
1mptroler-general? Mr. Craig
recently appointed assistant
bank examiner, and it has
state redu that 'he will offer
been ru now held by Mr.
for the pla ,
"Some of the candidates
race for ,governor -had bett
look eot for John G. Clink
scales," saida well known polit
icalobserver. "Professor Clink
scaleshas many friends through
out South Carolina. He is ag
gressive; he -has no past record;
he is a good speaker, is fearless
and has a fine platform," he
An attempt -will be .made to
abolish :the county -to -cownty
compaigns at -the state 'Demo
cratic convention. It is true
that -there is a growing senti
ment .against the biennial cir
cus, yet many feel that the cam
paign should be heldthis year.
John Gary Evans, chairman of
the executive -committee, .is in
favor of the campaign, at least
for this year.
"I am a Woodrow Wilson
Democrat first, last, and all the
time," said W. F. Steyenson,
who was among the visitors in
Colurnbia.recently. He announ
ced- definitely that he would not
:be a candidate for the United
States senate. This leaves the
governor and"Cotton Ed"Smith
to fight it out. Mr. Stevenson is
a member of the house from
Chesterfield county and-wilbof
fer for congress fron the Fifth
district in opposition to D; E.
Finley. Mr. Stevenson has been
a leader inthe house for many
years and is a former speaker of
that branch. -
Sad Death in Ealey.
A very sad death occurred
Sunday morning at Alice milH
village when Mrs. Mary E.Man
ley died suddenly of heart-trou
ble. leaving seven small -chil
dren. Mrs. Manley and some of
the children worked in the mill,
thus earning a living, but now
only the children are left to do
the best they can. The inter
ment took place at Rock (-eme
tery, a few miles west of Easley.
C. P. Sims, the Spartanburg
lawyer, was last Thursday dis
barred by the supreme court.
Chief Justice Gary wrote th
unanimous opinion. A condi
tion is made that if Mr. Sims
shows that he has reformed' he
can appear before the court -in
two years and on satisfactory
proof be reinstated.
"S5eeing South America with
Col. Roosevelt" is advertised as
a moving picture attraction.
Must be a fake. No one could
see South America for looking
at the Colonel.-C )lumbia Rec
Notice to-Debtors and Creditors
All persons holding claims against the
estate of the late John D. Edens must
present the same- duly proven on or be
fore the 15th day of April, 19i4, or .be
debarred palyment; and all persons in
debted to said estate must make pay
ment on or before the above date to the
MRs.. MARY F. EDENS,
Between Anderson, Greenwood.
Greenville and Greer, S. C., Effee
tive Sunday December 7th, 1913.
Trains leave and arrive corner Main
and Washingtoni Streets.
No Time No. Time
1 8:00 am 2 8:10am
3 7:60 am 4 10:10 am
5 0:0am 6 12:.25pm
7 11:40 am 8 1:10 pm
91: 45 pm 10 3:55pm
1 4:5pm 12 6:35p
15 7:30 pm 16 9:
Between Greenville and Gr
No Time No.
S70 8:20 m. 71
72 10}:15 -am
74 12:30 pm
S76 1:50 pm
78 3-:6 pm
m al, 104 Nortb
Mr. J. H, Gilespie. one ot ncka
farmers makes this statement about'!
Grower-or Sulpho Salts: "On
chased IrQm Craig Bros. Co., one bx
Hog Grower or Sulpho Saits an-beg
pound stunted pig. After feed--*'
weighed 28 pounds; second rId
month 107 pounds." 'That is
This is the s-ason ofthe yearw ei
try to rid your hogs and s"o
Salts will do it. We selt the
a guarantee-A stock tonic
Conkey's Laying Tonic, s,0
International Poultry Food, sold -
and 5oc. Lookout Insect Powde
Medicated nest 'eggs to keep i Pt
China nest eggs 2
5c ea y chi scratch feo"
feed for s Mash for r
e to see s
OF ALL InD TAL
When you trade at my ptore"you 4Wnot
ood, fresh goods at reason&ble priciss butyou
6 pounds coffee for $i.oo.,
Best Self-rising Flotir.
Candy, Crackers, Canned G6ods etc
I will treat you right.
Greg T. Mauldin,
to you to cal at ou
you are in Pickens. eLw~
stantly buying new
will certainly treat yo
We have just received a carlod ofthi
you want some real good flour tryhs Pre
Shoes for lMen, Womf~1d
. We are exclusive agents in Pidker& o
famous Witt's Shoes. Every pair guarnec
also have other kinds and can please youii 5ie
We are now selling Aragon $r.oo0
95 cents. You cannot buy better Overa ls at
We Will Buy Your
We pay highest market price for ch
hams, corn, peas, etc. ~
Call and see us when in town.4
FINDLEY & STANSELL:3
Pickenis S. C.