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The Kind You Have
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A. K. Park
Greenville, = 5. C,
Ihave enjoyed the p atronage ot thereaders
of The Sentinel for more than 20 years. I
have appreciated this patronage and have
tried to give "Value Received." I am now
ready to serve you with a large and well
selected stock of
Dry Goods, Notions, Underwear,
These are the newest creations in their line,
bought right and will be sold at "Right
Prices," and if goods are ne t as represented
SI AM RESPONSIBLE, and wvdl make them
right. Come to Greenville. Come in to
see us. We will take great pleasure in
showing you our goods, and if goods and
price suit you wvill be glad to sell you, and
should they not suit, we will appreciate the
call just the same.
All PEPSI-Cola crowns be'-.ring
the word "Greenville" on inside
under cork disk w ill be redeemed
at 5c each.
Ask the Merchant
There's a great reason why you should
drink PEPSI-Cola. It is healthful.
EVERYTHING which it brings you 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"~
IN THE COUNTY
A large stock of everything in the Furniture line. Bed
-n suits $i 5.oo and up. Feather Beds and pillows to
ch: just the thing for this cold weather. Blankets too.
Don't you need a cook stove or steel range? We have
n. and our prices are right.
Sewing Machines and Organs. Agents for the Schulz
os, and the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets.
E. L. & G. B. HAMILTON
Easley, S. C.
LEENVILLE BARGAIN HOUSE
[Next Door to Hunter's Drug Store]
4. ALLEN, Proprietor LIBERTY, S. C.
GCkthing, Shoes and
4.Ladies' Ready=to=wear Skirts
Selling at the Cheapest Price
cRG AING:B ARG AINS
Marietta Route 2
Mrs. Griffin Hendricks of
3reenville, was in this section
Wednesday looking after some
We are still back up here.
;hat is, we haven't got off to
exico yet, and I guess the
wvar will be over before we get
The singing at Mt. Tabor the
Ith Sunday was attended by a
arge crowd of interesting hear
rs. While there. some evi
lence of "pizen water," gen
.ally speaking, everything was
Farmer, we are sorry to learn
that your section seems to be
mistreated as to roads and road
work but we hope and believe
that Mr. Craig will come to
your assistance ere long. prob
ably as early as he can.
Mr. Oscar Crenshaw has gone
bo Dillon, Montana, to try his
fortune and we firmly believe
hat Oscar will have success, as
he is a hustling good fellow as
well as a good worker
Well, it-seems that they chose
to send some of our boys to jail
from the United States court at
Greenville this term. Boys,
Dbey Uncle Sam's laws and
then he will let you stav at
bome unless you should want
to go to Mexico.
May meetings are upon us and
he styles will be the main topic
f conversation and then you
know we must have some poli
ics, as this is election year and
we must elect officers from
United States senator down to
While we are veiy thankful
ko the State and United States
)ffieers for what they have done
:o put a stop to the violation of
the whiskey laws, yet we be
ieve they could do some more
work yet in this country, judg
ng from the movements of
ome of our young men Satur
lay evenings and Sundays.
What we want is to make it so
hat there can be no drunken
iess at or about churches on
Bundays. Gentlemen, it is up
o you to put an end to this
,hiskey business if you have
o send them to Mexico.
k Letter From Garland Seaborn
'he Sentinel, Pickens, S. C.
Gentlemen :-Find enclosed a
>e dollar certificate, for which
ou will please advance my sub
;cription to The Sentinel accord
Every thing in Boston is huily
yurly over the Mexican situa
ion. The last detachment of
narines from thiis yard left here
saturday for Mexico. The naval
risoners have been transferred
~rom here to Portsmouth, N.R.,
is they no longer have the re
juired guard here. So far I have
at been. called upon to go, as
ny duties here are of a nature
~hat cannot well be neglected,
bt if the word does come to go
[ will be only too glad to respond
o the call of my country.
I am always glad to receive
Ihe Sentinel, for it gives the
iews of the county that has al
ways been my home until I en
listed in the U. S. navy.
Wishing you the best success,
[ am Yours truly,
GARLAND B. SEABORN.
Boston. Mass. April 28, 1914.
DANGER AFTER GRIPPE
Lies in Poor Blood, Cough and
Grippe, pleuris-, pneumonia are
greatly to be feared at this season.
To prevent grippe from being fol
owed by either pleurisy or pneumo
'la, it is important to drive the last
traces of it out of the system.
Our advice is to take Vinol, our
elicious cod liver and iron prepara
ion without oil, and get your
trength and vitality back quickly.
W. W. Lake of Aberdeen, Miss.,
says: Grippe left me weak, run-down
mnd with a severe cough from which
[suffered for a long time. I tried1
lifferent remedies, but nothing seem-I
d to do me any good until I took
Vinol from which I received great
benefit. My cough is almost entirely
gone and I am strong and well again."
Try Vinol with the certainty that
f it does not benefit you we will give
back your money.
ickens Drug Co. Pickens S.C
Stop Calomel This Very Day
Thousands Now Using Wonderful
Liver Remedy from Hot
There's a betterremedy for consti
pation, liver and
Make you fee
laia end headache-They are a fine
tonicandquickly put an edge on your
appetite. 25 cents at all druggists.
Free samup'e LIVE R BUTTONS and booklet
aRermeyand Hot Springs Blood Remedy frotm
Hot Springs Chemical Co.. Hot Springs. Ark,
Pickens Drug Company
Doctors 0. K. It
All Approve Dodson's Liver
Tone as the Safe Family
Remedy for Constipa
tion and Lazy
There are most excellent reas
rns for Pickens Drug Co. stand
ing back of Dodson's Liver Tone
with an unconditional guaran
tee to refuid purchase pi ice
(50c.) to you at once without
question in event of any dissat
Seven of America' very high
?st priced physicians, who were
onsulted regarding Dodson 's
Liver Tone and who analyzed
this vegetable liquid remedy
arefully with all their skill.
knowledge and experience. have
all agreed on its snperior merit,
harmlessness and effect iveness.
Dodson's takes the. place of dan
zerous calomel in constipation.
bilionsness, sliiizxili liver. sick
Each of these pivsician's fees
was heavy enough to stagger
most meni but their judgment
is worth all it cost, part.icularly
if it will be the means of lead
ng more people to refuse to run
langerous risk by taking calo
mel and other violent remedies.
Dodson's Liver Tone not only
relieves the sufferer from consti
pation and kindred ills, but does
it easily and naturally, without
iche. pain or gripe, with no bad
tfter-effects, without interfer
ing with usual duties and habits
nd absolutely without danger
xhich is one reason it can carry
in iron-clad guarantee. It has
proved a boon to so njany that
t is recomended for you to try
T wenty-three Pickens county
en. charged with violating the
nternal revenue laws, were
ried before Judge Smith in
ederal court at Greenville last
eek. There were 20 convic
ions, two acquitals and one)
George Holcombe was sen
enced to 6 months in the Spar
anburg jail and rined $500.
S. L. Hendricks, one year in
ederal prison at 'Atlanta and
Mat Chappell. accqunited(.
Jas. Hall, 2 months in Green
Jake Nabors, :3 months in
T. B. Clark, 3 months in O)co
1ee jail and $200 fine.
Newton Cox, 1 month in
Joe Trotter, 1 month in A hhe
Chas. Davis, mistrial.
Wesley Ramney, :3 months in
Silas Hinkle, 6 months in
partanburg jail and $100 fine.
Epps Robinson, 1 month in
Wm Aiken, 9 months in Sp.ar
anburg jail and $500 fine.
Perry Aiken, 3 months in
Verner Corbin, 1 month in
Seaborn Keith, 40 days in
Joe Ellenburg, 1 month in
Luther Masters, 1 month in
Ed Chappell, 1 month in Pick
Jas. Babb, acquittedl.
John Sullivan, paid fine of
~40 for selling beer.
Sharp Chapman, 1 month in
L. Grant, case continued.
Health A Factor In Success
The largest factor contributed
o a man's success is undoubt
dly health. It has been ob
;erved that a man is seldom
ick when his bowels are regu
ar-he is never well when they
ire constipated. For constipa
:icn you will find nothing quite
;o good as Chamberlain's Tab
ets. They not, only move the
owels but improve the appetite
md strengthen the digestion.
'hey are sold by', all dealers.
rhe State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Whereas, a petition from the free
iolders and electors of, Martin School
istrict has been filed with the County
oard of Education asking that an elec
:ion be held to determine whether or
iot an additional special levy of .two
nills shall be levied on said district for
Therefore, it is ordered that the trus
:es of the above named district do hold
m election in said district on the 9th
lay of May, 1914, at the school house.
he trustees are hereby appointed man
gers; the election to be conducted in
cordance with section 1742 of the
By order of the County Board of Ed
ication. R. T. HALLUM,
Secretary and Chairman.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
'Whereas, A. J. Boggs, C. C. P., made
suit to me to grant him letters of admin
istration of the estate and effects of C.
These are there.fore to cite and ad
rnonish all and singular the kindred and
reditors of the said C. W. Lollis, de
eased, that they be and appear before
ne, in the Court of Probate, to be held
t Pickens, S. S., on the 4th day of
une, 1914, next after publication here
>f, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause,if any they have,why the said
idministrationl should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this.
he 15th day of April, Anno Domini,
914. J. B. NEWBERY.
Short News Items
At a successful hot supper in
Greenville county one night
last week one negro was killed
and seveial others injured.
Greenville's 8th annual horse
show opened a three day session
Wednesday. May 6. The larg
est number of entries in its his
tory is recorded this ye-ar.
K. P. Smith of Anderson has
been appointed solicitor of the
tenth circuit, comprised of And
erson and Oconee counties. to
take the place 6f Solicitor P. A
Bonham, who is now soliciror
of the newly created thirteenth
Influenced by generous troi I
ment they have received from
Americns in Mexico. 1,4(X
Yq(lui Itdians. who rectntly
(hserted the Mexican rebels and
took ito !I e bill, last week sent
a mess:Ie to United S-c,
troops s-tying the Yoqui t i:.- is
ready to join the Anerica it
diers. "All Yaqui trib -
t) join pale face." was 1i'
ment made by the Indian w.
,eng-r who had shunned
railroads and reached the b
der after days of walking 0.t r
the desert hills.
Detective Burns was the cen
ter of an angry demonstratic n
when he went to Marietta, Ga.,
Saturday presumably in con
nection with the investigation
of the case of Leo M. Frank,
the pencil factory superinten
dent under sentence of death
for the murder of 14-year old
Mary Phagan, in Atlanta.
Marietta was the home of the
murdered girl. A large crowd
surrounded Burns as soon as
his presence was discovered,
struck him in the face and
threats of violence made if he
attempted ' to resist. Deputy
sheriffs came to his assistance.
An extraordinary motion is now
being made to get a new trial
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting
Notice is hereby given that a meeting
of the stockholders of Issaqueena Mill
will be held at the office of said mill in
Central, S. C., on Thursday, May 28,
1914, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose
of considering the issuance of 1,000
shares of preferred stock of the par
value of $100 each in lieu of and to take
thie place of the existing preferred
stock of said mill and the past due and
unpaid dividends and interest thereon.
This notice has been authorized by the
lirectors by resolutions of the board of
irectors of the said Issaqueena Mill,
eld on the 14th day of April, 1914, and
the said re-solutions were in the follow
ing words, which are hereby made a
>art of this notice
Resolved, 1. That the President and
reasurer of the Issaqueena Mill do call
ij A Mess
:attention to thi
?you to senld y(
in e 'xchanlge t(
?It has becon
~There is not a
Sequipped t~o se
-Her stores are thoi
? fering to REBATE YO1
tally with absolutely n<
.. For cash purchase5
T for puirchases of $25.0
or more the fare both~
4. The Above A
1 Armstrong Pharmacy.
? Edward L Ayers.
A. Barr Dry 'oods Company
4. Bruce & Doster Drug C
+Bruns McGee Company.
:. Campbell Tile and Ma
+ Carolina Hard ware Comp
X. Childers-Cely Shoe Comp
+ Uoster Brothers & Brue
4 Secure from any of1
X book and as soon as the'
-- purchase. They will rel
a. Remember the exce
::and Pickens for Greenvi
The best ou
because it holdi
ness in the open
--No An*s Pound
a meeting of the stockholders of said
mill, to be held at the office of the Pres
ident and Treasurer at Central, S. C.,
on the 28th day of May, 1914, at2o'clock
p. in., for the purpose of considering 1
the issuance of 1,000 shares of preferred 1
stock at a par value of $100 each, to
take the place of existing preferred
stock and the accrued and unpaid divi
dends and interest, which is to be re-:
tired and cancelled upon the issue of the
new preferred stock.
2. That said preferred stock shall!
contain the following preferences, con
ditions and privileges: The holders
thereof shall be entitled to dividends
each year at the rate of 7 per cent. per
annum, payable semi-annually on the
first days of January and July of each
year, and in the event of failure to pay
said dividends when due, the unpaid
dividends shall carry 7 percent. interest,
to be compounded semi-annually until
paid. In the event of distribution or
liquidation of the assets of the corpora
tion, the preferred stock shall receive
$100 per share plus any unpaid divi
dends with interest before the common
stock shall receive anvthing. All of
said preferred stock and the unpaid div
idends and interest shall becorre due.
and payable on the first day of July,
1919. During life of said preferred
stock no lien or other incumbrance shall
be placed by the company on the real I
estate, buildings and machinery or any!
part thereof, nor shall any dividends be l
declared or paid on the common stock!
until the net debt on the plant shall not;
exceed $75,000. Said preferred stock
shall be entitled to voting privileges,
and in the event of failure to pay divi
dends and accrued interest as hereinbe
fore provided for within two years from
date of issue, the owners of the said
preferred stock may have the exclusive:
voting privileges in the management of:
the mill. W. L. GAssAwAY.
President and Treasurer Issaqueena Mill.
Central, S. C.. April 23. 1914. 3
age to thi
~cemnent is for the<
e in disputable fact
Ur money to New
r Wearling Appar
s, Millinery, Dry
e a habit with sorv
they must order t
over thie country
town or commun'
y to some larger on
~tisty needs of it~s c
z1 rnoney northwar
ile Occupies that I
ughly equippedl in every res
IR RAILWAY FARE they ma
Vte the Fol
amounting to $23.00 the rail3
or more one fare will be rel
ways wvill be refunded up to
greement Has Been Entered Into
Flourney & Vaughn
Globe Optical Company.
m.. 0. M. Goodlett.
Greenville Furniture Com pny
W. R. Hale.
nteV Henderson - Ashmore Willis
nyHohhs - Henderson Company.
WV. H. Houston & Brother.
nJ. 0. Jones Company.
to Get Your Ha
he above firms a Chamber of C(
total the desired amount, surre
ud your railway fare.
lient railroad service Greenville
lie, and four trains return from (
Rowed on this earth except rgularly
kers of STAG.
tdoor tobacco The best indoor t
all its good- because of its fv ,* ndl
air. cious fragrance.
onvenient Packages: The Handy Half-Size
Tin. the Full-Size 10-Cent Tin. the Pound and Half.
rin Humidors and the Pound Glass Humidor.
EVER- NG- 400
Place to Trade
Is where you can get the most for your produce, and
the most goods for th: least money. That place is
a JohnW. Hendricks', Pickens, R. F. D. 4
OF ALL KIND AT ALL TIMEM
When you trade at my stoire you are not only assured of
good, fresh goods at reasonable prices, but you get full weight
6 pounds coffee for $i.oo.
Best Self-rising Flour.
Candy, Crackers, Canned Goods, etc.
I will treat you right.
Greg T. Mauldini, - -PicIkens
Try An Advertisement in TheSentinel
SLadies of Pick=4
listinct purpose or calling your*
that it is no longer necessary for
-York, Philadelphia or Chicago -
1, House Furnishings, Jewelry,
Goods, et c.
a~e people to feel that there are.
hrough the catalogues which are
from the above mentioned cities.*
ty in this State but what is in
e which has stores that are amply
tizens, thereby shutting off this
i-and keepi.ngit inits own section :
"osition in Upper Carolina f
pect to satisfy your needs in any particular. By of
k it poss'tble for you to select your goods person
vay fare both wvays will be refunded up to 40 miles;
~unded from 40 to 60 miles; for purchases of $50.00
0 miles. .
by the Following Well Known Greenvilie Firms:
C. F. Lagerhoim Company. Stewart & Merritt.i
Lewis Printing Company. C. D. Stradley & Company.
Meers-Arnold Company. L. H. Stringer.
McAister-Battie Comipan v W X. G. Stubbs Shoe Company
P- ace Printing Company. Sullivan-Markley-Hdw. Co.
Piedont Shoe Company. R. N Tannahill Company.
Poe Hardware . and Supply1 The Bap'sist Courier Company ~
Company, The Johnson Company. ~
Pride. Patton & Tilm an. J. M. Waddill & Son. a
L. Rothschild. . James T. Williams Hardware?
Sebyt & Carter Company. -
Smith & Bristow. IJohn H. Williams.
iway Fare Reiunderid4
>mmerce Rebate Book. Have purchases entered in the
nder the book to the firm from which you made your last *.
d Railway Facilities
has. Note especially that six trains daily leave Easley
aurth National Bank, with matron in constant attendance
maintained for your comfort.while in Greenville 1