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Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind Y u Bave Always Bought, and which has been
in use i . ver 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its Infancy.
40ll oteets Allow no one to deceive youin this.
All Countereits, 1Imitations and "Just-as-good " are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. it destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it
has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation,
Flatuleney, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and
Diarrhea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels,
assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kid You lave Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY,
A. K. Park
Greenville, -:- S. C,
Ihave enjoyed the patronageot thereaders
of The 5entinel 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 n t as represented
I AM RESPONSIBLE, and will make them
rht. Come to Greenville. Come in to
see us. WVe wvill take great pleasure in
sowing you our goods, and if goods and
price suit you will be glad to sell you, and
should they not suit, we will appreciate the
call just the same.
All PE PSI1-Cola crowns bearing
the wordl "Greenville" on inside
under cork disk will be redeemed
Ask the Merchant
There's a great reason why you should
drink PEPSI-Cola. It is healthful.
EVERYTHING which it bings you is 100
p~er cent. PURE benefit and enjoymient. Flavor is
delicious---rare. Effect is wholesome, satisfying
q1uick to refresh. It QUENCHES thirst with its
tart, fruit flavor.
"There's a Difference"
4 The Leading.
IN THE COUNTY
A .large stock of everything in the Furniture line. Bec
som suits $15.oo ana up. Feather Beds and pillows tc
atch; just the thing for this cold wveather. Blankets too.
Don't you need a cook stove or steel range? We have
tern. and our prices are right.
Sewing Machines and Organs. Agents for the Schub2
anos, and the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets.
E. L. & G. B. HAMILTON
Easley, S. C.
REENVILLE BARGAIN HOUSE
llNext Door to Hunter's Drug Store]
A. ALLEN, Proprietor LIBERTY, S. C.
Clothing, Shoes and
Ladies' Ready=to=wear Skirts
Pickens County Boy
In Vera Cruz, Mex
Claude Wyatt, of Easley, wh<
is a gunner on the U. S. battle
ship Utah, now stationed al
Vera Cruz, Mexico, writes ar
interesting letter to his parents,
Dr. and Mrs. C. N. Wyatt,
about the fighting around Vera
Cruz. Below we publish a. por
tion of one of his recent letter:
Vera Cruz. Mex., April29,1914.
-All the fighting seems to bE
over except a few shots fired at
night from house tops. So far,
we have about 20 killed and 5(
odd wounded. The Mexicans
have fought a great deal better
than we expected. They have
no respect, whatever, for the
Red Cross. One of the doctors
of our ship was killed by my
side, A Mexican with blood on
his foot came up and asked thE
doctor for treatment. As the
doctor bent over to examine
him he produced a pistol, which
he had concealed on his perbon
and shot the doctor through the
head. I was wounded in my
left hand. The wound is doine
Five thousand troops arrived
today with Gen. Funston in
command. He is the man whc
made a name for himself in thE
Philippines. The soldiers wil
relieve us of duty ashore and
we will go back to our ship to
morrow. Do not know wher
we will go-some think t(
Tampico. I don't see why they
don't let us go on with the good
work and clean up Mexico. WE
are the ones that can do it and
she surely does need it.
When the battleship Chestei
started firing on the city, thE
Mexicans ran out of the build.
ings. That was when we "got'
so many of them. I saw ac
many as seventy-five dead Mex
icans in one block. Almosi
every one had at least ten shot
in his body, any one of which
would have been fatal. Most
of these were hit by the auto
matic machine guns, which
shoot five shots to the second.
They have a wooden box that
fits on the side and holds fron
175 to 500 shots, s: you see
what they can do for a man.
Jack London. the great novel
ist, came to Vera Cruz today.
I saw him about an hour ago.
His wife came with him an
she carried a revolyer just a
any man would do and accord
ing to all accounts, she car
take good care of herself.
The admiral seized all arm
of every description in Vera
Cruz and wve su~rely did get
collection. I have a pistol thal
must have been used in Georg4
In Tampico they piled thE
bodies of the dead horses and
men together, -poured oil ove1
them and burned them.
IHealth A Factor In Success
The largest factor contributei
to a man's success is undoubt
edly health. It has been ob
served that a man is seldon
sick when his bowels are regu
ar-he is never well when the'
are constipated. For constipa
tien you will find nothing Quit<
so good as Chamberlain's Tab
lets. They not only move th'
bowels but improve the a ppetitt
and strengthen the digest-ion
They are sold by all dealers.
FOR STOMACH TROUBLE
Jon W. Skiiien of Sianey, Ohie
Has Found a Remedy.
Experts declare that the reaso:
stomach disorders are ,so common i
this country is due to liasty and care
less habits of eating. Stomaci
troubles and run-down conditiont
usually go together.
John W. Skillen of Sidney, Ohio
sys: "I had a bad stomach troubli
for years, and became so weak tha1
K could hardly walk or do any work
My appetite was poor, and it seemet
Impossible tq~get any relief. Since
taking 'Vinol' I find a remarkable Im
provement in my health, my digestioi
is much stronger, and I have gained
in weight I would not be withoui
Vinol makes weak stomachs strong
because it strengthens and tones up
the weakened, tired and overtaxed
nerves of the digestive organs. Vinol
Is easily assimilated by the weakest
stomachs, and is delicious to the taste.
Try a bottle of Vinol with the un
derstanding that your money will bE
returned If it does not help you.
Pckens Drug Co. Pickens S.C
Famous Uver Buttons from Hot Springs,
Arkansas Better thian CaloueL.
When the best physicians in the
world's greatest health resort don e
bother to write
pr e sor iptions,HO
but just say" Get
a box of Hot SP I G
Springs Livye r
Buttons for your
enoughto cut out Calomel, and geta
box today They surely put your
liver and bowels in regular working
order -all druggists 25 cents. Get
Picke u5g mpanly
-Oe aplicaion soothes.andhels rouh
a cu. e ma Pel.. tter t1cers ad
No Need to Risk Disagreeable,
Dangerous Calomel Now
That Dodson's Liver
Tone Takes Its
Plenty of people-thousan-ids
of them-have found that' it is
no longer necessary to risk be
ing "all knocked out" by tak
ing calomel when constipated
or suffering from a s
Non ada vs 1 )odson's I.ive;
Tone takes the place of calomei.
What calonl does unplea4
anrv and often with danger.
Dodzon's Liver Tone does for
you safelv and pleaSantlv, with
no pain and no gripe.' It, does
not inteifere in any way with
your regular business, habits or
diet. Calomel is a poison, a
form of mercury, a mineral.
Dodson's Liver Tone is an all
Of course, this reliable remedy
has its imitators. But Dodson's
Liver Tone has been made to
take the place of calomel right
from the start. The label on
the bottle always has said so,
beginning with the first bottle
sold. And it is widely known
today how good Dodson's Liver
Tone is as a remedy and that
Dodson never makes extrava
gant statements. He says that
it "livens the liver," overcomes
constipation a g r e e a bl y and
makes you feel good, and if you
are not satisfied completely
with it Pickens Drug Co. will
hand back the purchase price
(50c.) to you -vith a smile.
Such statements could not be
made without true merit to
back them up and it is easy for
you to prove them up for your
self at no cost if not satisfied
The union meeting of the
Pickens Association will be held
with Pleasant Grove church the
fifth Saturday and Sunday of
this month. The following nro
gram will be observed:
9.30 a. m.-Devotional exer
cises conducted by Rev. A. S.
10 a. m.-Church liscipline;
what is it, and when, how and
for what purpose it should be ex
ercised? Opened by Rev, J. E.
Foster, then e-eneral (Iiscussion.
11 a. m.-Sermon by Rev. M.
1General discussion on the spir
itual condition of the churches.
Opened by J. R, Connelly.
9.30 a. m.-Devotional services
conducted by J. P. Robinson.
10 a.. m.-The unsaved; how
to reach them. Opened by J.T.
10.30. Should one opposed to
-missions be a member of a mis
sionary church? Why, or why
not. Opened by R. T. Hallum.
S11 a. m.-Sermon by Rev. B,
The exercises for Sunday af
ternoon will be arranged at the
Every church in the associa
tion is requested to send dele
ates. It is hoped there will be
a large attendance.
Gov. Blease Not Worried
The State Democratic conven
tion will probably be composed
of 47 Blease men and 291 anti
Blease men, according to the
delegates elected by the county
conventions last week. The
Greenville Piedmont sizes the
Pickens delegation up as having
two Blease men and four anti
Blease men on it. Will the Pied
mont please tell us who the two
administration men are~and who
the other four are?
A Columbia special says:
Governor Blease declined to
make any special comment on
the results of the county conven
tions, but expressed himself as
satisfied with the reports he was
receiving from over the state. "I
will beat Smith 15,000 to 18,000
votes," said the Governor, tell
ig of the many letters and mes
sages of encouragement he was
getting in eve-y mai'. The Gov
ernor said the Bleasites were not
much on handling clubs and
conventions, but when it comes
to~ the ballot box they had the
votes and knew how to use them.
Goernor Blease is satisfied his
friends wvill have a better show
ing in the coming convention
than they did in 1912, and when
asked about the overwhelming
majority against hinm that would
be in that gathering said he was
While you are enjoying your
strawberries do not forget, that
other things in your garden
may need attention.
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 admm-~
-istration of the estate and effects of C.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said C. W. Lolhs, de
ceased, that they be and appear before
me, in the Court of Probate, to be held
at Pickens, S. S., on the 4th day of
June, 19I4, next after publication here
of, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, tc
show cause,if any they have,why the saic
administration should not be granted..
Given under my hand and seal this,
the 15th day of Apri, Anno Domi,
1914. J. B. NEWBERY,
a 'J. P. P. C.
I 0-Cent Tin, the P
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting
Notice is hereby given that a meetinf
of the stockholders of Issaqueena Mil
will be held at the ofdce of said mill ir
Central, S. C., on Thursday, May 28
1914, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpos<
of considering the issuance of 1,0(
shares of preferred stock of the pai
value of $100 each in lieu of and to tak<
the place of the existing preferret
stock of said mill and the past due an(
unpaid dividends and interest thereon
This notice has been authorized by th
directors by resolutions of the board o
directors of the said Issaqueena Mill
held on the 14th day of April, 1914, an<
the said resolutions were in the follow
ing words, which are hereby made
part of this notice
Resolved, 1. That the President an<
reasurer of the Issaqueena Mill do cal
ameeting of the stockholders of sai<
nill, to be held at the office of the Pres
dent and Treasurer at Central, S. C.
n the 28th day of May, 1914, at2o'clocl
. in., for the purpose of considerins
he issuance of 1,000phares of preferret
tock at a par valife of $100 each. t<
ake the place of existing preferre<
tock and the accrued and unpaid divi
$ 'This annom:
$. aittention to ti
Syon to send y
in exchange I
It has becoi
+sent broad cas
SThere is not a
j* close proximhi
:: equipped to s:
:j steady stream
T Her storesarth
i fering to REBATE Y0J
all with absolutely n)
IFor cash purchase
for purchases of $25.
+Or more the fare b)otl
4- The Above
xEdward L Ayers.
+Barr Dry 'oods Compan
Bruce & Doster Drug (
SBruns McGee Company.
Campbell Tile and Ma
t Carolina Hard ware Comi~
A Carpenter Brothers.
:p Childers-Cely Shoe Comi
4t Doster Brothers & Bruce
Secur from any of
book and as soonl as th(
xpurchase. They will re
and Pic'kens for Greens
1 THE RES
iore hunting foi
:er you've found STAI
: exquisitely MILD.
nt Packages: The Handy Half.
>und and Half-Pound Tin Humidors a
or Pipe and Cigarette
dends and interest, which is to be r
tired and cancelled upon the issue of t
new preferred stock.
:2. That said preferred stock shE
contain the following preferences, co:
ditions and privileges: The holde
thereof shall be entitled to dividen<
each year at the rate of 7 per cent. p
annum, payable semi-annually on ti
;first days of January and July of ea<
year, and in the event of failure to p2
said dividends when due. t unpa
dividends shall carry 7 per cent. interes
to be compounded semi-annually uni
paid. In the event of distribution <
liquidation of the assets of the corpor;
tion,.the preferred stock shall receis
$100 per share plus any unpaid div
dends with interest before the comm<
stock shall receive anything. All i
said preferred stock and the unpaid di
idends and interest shall become di
and payable on the first day of Jul;
11919. buring life of said preferr
Istock no lien or other incumbrance she
he placed by the company o'n the re
estate, buildings and machinery or ar
part thereof, nor shall any dividends
Sdeclared or paid on the common sto<
Iuntil the net debt on the plant shall ni
exceed $75i.000. Said preferred sto<
Ishall be entitled to voting privilege
and in the event of failure to pay dis
age to tli
vcememv is for the
our money to Ne
or W\earing Appa
>es3, Millinery, Dr:
ne a habit w\ith st
they must order
t overf the countr'
town Or commfluri
y to some larger c
ttisty needs of its
oi mnoney north wa
vile Occupies that
toughly equipp)ed in every r
UR RAILW.AY FARE they a
Note the Fe
amounting to $25.00 the ra
0 or mnore one fare will be1
i way1s wvill be% refunded~t up
tgreement Has Been Entered In1
Flourney & Vaughn
Globe Optical Company.
m- 0. M. Goodlett.
Greenville Furniture Comp:
WV. R. Hale.
ntel Henderson - Ashmore Wi
any Hobbs - Henderson Compai
W. H. Houston & Brother,
any. J. 0. Jones Company.
to Get Your' 1
the above firms a Chamber of
y total the desired amount, sui
fund your railway fare.
ellent railroad service Greenvil
ille, and four trains return frorl
r ROOM Over th~
r the tobacco t
-Size 5-Cent Tin, the Full-Size
nd the Pound Glass Humidor.
It 0 0 D , Ur* r
e- dends and accrued interest as here
ie fore provided for within two years
date of issue, the owners of the
Li preferred stock may have the excl
a- voting privileges in the manageme
rs the mill. W. L. GAssAwAy
is President and TreasurerIssaqueens
r Central, S. C.. April 23, 1914.
:. Notice of Stockholders' Mee
d Notice is hereby given that a me
of the stockholders of Issaqueena
will be held at the office of said n
r Central, S. C., ou Thursday, Ma
>r 1914, at 2 o'clock p. m. for the pu
of considering a resolution passed b
Board of Directors of said mill o1
6th day of May, 1914, proposing t
crease the capital stock of said m
v. the sum of $315,000,so-that the pref
ie stock shall be one hundred thot
e dollars and the common stock she
two hundred and fifteen'thousand do
lThis notice has been authorized b;
al directors by resolution of the boa
y -directors of the said Issaqueena
S' held on the 6th day of May, 1914, ar
ksaid resolution was in the folic
~t wvords, which is hereby made a pa
-Resolved. 1. That the Presiden1
et that it isnolIoi
wv York, Philade
rel, House Furr
y Goods, et c.
>me people to fe
through the cats
Sfrom the above
ity in this Stat
n e which has stol
rd--and kee pingi
SPosition in Uppel
espect to satisfy your nlee<
ake it p)ossile for you to:
ilway fare bo0th wvays will1
hfndodI froml 40 to 60 ik
t0 o40 mfiles.
: by the Following Well Knov
C. F. Lagerholm Compan
V. Lewis Printing Company.
n P:ace Printing Company.
1iiedmont Shoe Company.
11s Poe Hardware and Supp
L. Pride, Patton'& Tilman.
Sebyt & Carter
Smith & Bristow.
'aiway Fare Ri
Commerce Rebate Book. H:
-render the book to the firm I
lid Railway Fai
le has. Note especially that
:Fourth National Bank, with
is maintained for your comfc
inbe- Treasurer of the Issaqueena Mill do call
from a meeting of the stockholders of said
said mill, to be held at the office of the Pres
usive ident and Treasurer at Central, S. C.,
nt of on the 28th day of May, 1914, at 2 o'clo&
p. m., for the purpose of conside:
Mill. and voting upn the increase of the
3 ital stock of Is a Mill to -sum
- of three- fteen usand
ting dollars, the preferred be in the
sum of one hundred tho d dollars
ting and the common stock in the-sum of
Mill two hundred and fifteen thousan dol
ill in lars. W. L. GAssAWAY.
Y 28, President and Treasurer Issaqueena Mill.
,pose Central, S. C., May 6, 1914. 3
in- Notice of Fmal Settlement and
sand Notice is hereby given that I will
11 be make application to J. B. Newbery,
lars- Esq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
r the county, in the State of South Carolina,
rd of on the 4th day of June, 1914, at 11
Mill, o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon there
d the after as said application can be beard,
wmng for leave to make final settlement of
rt of the estate of JoannaBurgess, deceased,
and obtain discharge as administrator
of said estate. F. BURGESS,
and 3 Administrator.
of Pick-i 4
e or callig your
ager necessary for
iphia or Chicago
dshings, Jewelry. _
el that there are
dogues which are+
e but what is in+
es that are amply
shutting off thisj
bin its own section .
is in any particular. By of- 3
select your goods person- *
*we refunded up to 40 miles;
s; for purchases of $50.00
m Greenville Firms:
v. Stewart & Merritt.
C. D. Stradley & Company.?
L. H. Stringer. .9
W. G. Stubbs Shoe Company
Sullivan-Markley Hdw. Co.
R. N. Tannahill Company.
y The Baptist Courier Company 4
The Johnson Company.
J. M.Waddill &Son.
James T. Williams Hardware .
John H. Williams.
ave purchases entered in the?
rom which you made your last
six trains daily leave Easley -
matron in constant attendance.
irt while in Greenville