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Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been e
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of 0
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you inithis. t]
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good " are but t]
Erperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment
What is CASTORIA
Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare.
goric, Drops and Sooting Syrups. It is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotie
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,
Flatulency, 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.
MENUINE CASTORIA ALwAys
Bears the Signature of
he Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years vi
T8E CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY.
A. K. Park
Greenville, 5. C,
I have enjoyed the patronage ot the readers
of The Sentinel for more than 20 years. I
have appreciated this patronage and have
tried to give "Value Received." I am now r
ready to serve you with a large and well
selected stock of r
Dry Goods, Notions, Underwear,
These are the newest creations in their line,
bought right and will be sold at "Right r
Prices," and if goods are not as represented
I AM RESPQNSIBLE, and will 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 ar
price suit you will be glad to sell you, and de
should they not suit, we will appreciate the hi
call just the same. L
All PEPSI-Cola crowns bearing
the word "Greenville" on inside
*under cork disk will be redeemed A
* ~at 5c each. 2V
Ask the Merchant e
There's a great reason why you should fc
drink PEPSI-Cola. It is healthful. pr
EVERYTHING which it brings you is 100 m
per cent. PURE benefit and enjoyment. Flavor is Ut
delicious---rare. Effect is wholesome, satisfying--- .
q1uick to refresh. It QUENCHES thirst with its
tart, fruit flavor.
"There's a Difference"
Furniture Store ~
IN THE COUNTY
A large stock of everything in the Furniture line. Bed ar
oom suits $15.00 and up. Feather Beds and pillows toT
1atch; just the thing for this cold weather. Blankets too.
Don't you need a cook stove or steel range? We have
1emn. and our prices are right.
Sewing Machines and Organs. Agents for the Schulz
ianos, and the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets.
E. L. & G. B. HAMILTON
Easley, S. C.
3REENYILLE BARGAIN HOU SE I
[Next Door to Hunter's Drug Store]
A. ALLEN, Proprietor LIBERTY, S. C.
Clothing, Shoes and
Ladies' Ready=to=wear Skirts
In Memory of Little Louise Mani
On the evening of April 4 the spirito
little Louise Mann went from this eart
to live with Jesus. Being only abou
four years old, she was just a littl
flower, a perfect cherub on earth. Per
haps some person would thoghtlessl:
say "only a child!" Yes, but how dea
to the parents' hearts, and how cruel i
seemed that she must .be taken fron
them. Not understanding the deel
mysteries of God and 'life, we paus<
here in saying why this young life shoulo
be taken, but we know God is still goo<
and when the dark clouds of sorrow ar
hanging overhead and it seems tha
terrible wounds have been made, thi
sunshine of His love will still breal
through the blackest cloud. He wil
bind up the wounds with His own hand,
if we will let Him, and we can see bless
ings all around us. All life belongs t<
Him. We are all as children in Hi!
sight and have our race to run, the bat
tle of life to fight, :and will the eartl
be glad that we have lived, are ques
tions that we should daily ask ourselves.
Are we leaving footprints behind u!
worthy for someone else to follow, an<
when 'summoned before the great tri
bunal of God will our spirit be as pur<
as that of this dear little girl?
To the heartbroken parents we woul<
say, be glad that God loaned you thi
little life as long as He did. May i
cheer and inspire you as you go dowr
the journey of life. Think not of her a
dead, but as standing on the other sid
of death's river beckoning you to come
"A beautiful home He has gone to pre
For all that are washed and forgiven
And many dear children are gathering
For such is the kingdom of heaven.'
Mr. W. L. Davis, Jr., now ol
Oklahoma City, Okla., where
he is doing a prosperous drug
business, was here today. Mr.
Davis went from here to Cen
tral, his boyhood home, where
he will spend several days with
old friends. His father, W. L.
Davis, Sr., did a mercantile
business at Central for years.
Young Mr. Davis went to At
lanta when 16 years old, work
ing in a drug store there for 2
or four years. He has been in
Oklahoma now. 10 years. is a
graduate in pharmacy and is
doing a nice. business. Mr.
Davis Is a Shriner, and it was
the big Atlanta meeting that
caused him to come back to his
old home.-Seneca Farm and
Most Prompt And Effectual
Cure for Bad Colds.
When you have a bad col
you want a remedy that will
not only give relief, but effect a
prompt and permanent cure, a
remedy that is pleasant to take,
a remedy that contains nothing
injurious. C h a m b e r la i n's
Cough Remedy meets all these
requirements. It acts on na
ure's plan. relieves the lungs.
aids expectoration, opens the
secretions and restores the sys
tem to a healthy condition.
This remedy has a world wvide
sale and use, and can always be
epended upon. Sold by all
Many Are Glad
Over Liver Tone
Former Sufferers From Consti
pation Now Improved With
out Taking Unpleasant
Many. many thousands of
people who formerly suffered
from constipation are delighted
with the relief brought them by
taking Dodson's Liver Tone in
stead of disagreeable and of teri
Calomel is a noison, a form of
mercury, dangerous to many
people and causing unpleasant
after-effects for nearly eyeryone
who tries it.
Dodson's Liver Tone is recoin
mended as a perfectly safe and
reliable remedy to take the place
o calomel. This is exactly what
it is made for and has been made
for ever since the first bottle was
ut up and sold. It is widely
imitated. So be careful to gel
Dodson's Liyer Tone is sold
and guaranteed by Pickens Drug
Co., who will refund purchase
price (50c.) instantly with a
smile if you are in any way dis
Dodson's Liver Tone is a pal
atable vegetable-liquid. Its ac
tion is easy and natural, with
no pain, and the after-effects
are agreeable. Dodson's Livei
Tone does not interfere witi
your regular duties, habits
and diet,and builds and strength
ens instead of weakening you o1
"knocking you all out" for days,
as calomel and strong purgatives
so often do. Dodson' s may d(
for you what it has for all these
other happy thousands of peo
4ames of Members
of Boys' Corn Club
The Sentinel takes pleasure in
ublishing this week the names
F the members of the Pickens
)unty boys' corn club for 1914.
E any member's name does not
ppear in this list he should at
rice notify T. A. Bowen, Pick
as, S. C., and have his name
arolled on the list. This is the
Ificial list as furnished us by
There are fifty-two names on
ie roll and we have a live club
11s year, as follows:
Boggs, Kyle. Liberty.
Burgess, Quince, Fortner.
Cannon. Glen, Pickens r 3.
Cannon, Gain, Pickens r 3.
Castain, Ala, Pickens r 3.
Cantrell, Guy. Pickens.
Cantrell, Walter. Pickens r 3
Cisson, Dewey, Fortner.
Chappell, Aaron, Pickens r 3.
Dacus, Furman, Dacusville r 1.
Davis, Furman, Central r 3
Dillard, Matt, Liberty r 3.
Daves, Bragg, Pickens r 3
Edens, Bertran, Pickens r. 3.
Ellison, Roy, Easley.
Ferguson. Hovey. Easley r 6.
Fortner, Grover. Fortner.
Gillespie, B., Pickens r 2.
Gravely, Hovey, Pickens r 3.
Griffin, Sargent. Central r 3.
Gilstrap, R. D., Pickens r 3.
Hendrix, Ivy, Pickens r 1.
Hendrix, Rudolph.Pickens r 4.
Hunt, Joe, Dacusville r 1.
Hunt,Mark.Travelers Rest r4.
Hunt, Wesley Earl. Dacus
lie r 1.
Jones, Frank, Dacusville.
Jones, Sam, Easley r 6.
Langston, Otto, Pickens r 3.
Lewis, Bivins. Sunset.
Mann, D., Pickens r 2.
O'Shields. Jas.,Dacusville r 2.
Pace, Ernest, Pickens r 3.
Pitts, William, Dacusville r 1.
Porter, Claude, Pickens.
Prince, Leland, Central r 3.
Riggins, Banister, Liberty.
Riggins. Sam, Liberty.
Roper, John, Pickens r 4.
Sammons, Paul, Liberty.
Sutherland. A. C.. Rock.
Sutherland, Hiott. Dacusville
Sutherland, Lawrence, Rock.
Sutherland, Ollis, Dacusville
Welborn, Arthur, Pickens r 3.
White, Eugene F., Rock.
Williams, Lyznan, Liberty.
Williams, Frank, Easley r 6.
Winchester. Dewey, Pickens
Winchester, J. D., Sunset.
Rheumatisn Quickly Cured
"My sister's husband had an
tack of rheumatism in his
m," writes a well known resi
nt of Newton, Iowa. "I gave
m a bottle of Chamberlain's
niment which he applied to
3 arm and on the next morn
: the rheumatism was gone."
r chronic muscular rheuma
mn you will find nothing bet
e than Chamberlain's Lini
ent. Sold by all dealers.
Capt. "Billy" Smith Dead
William G. Smith died in
nderson last Wednesday, WIay
, age 75 years. For many
~ars he was a conductor on the
& G. division of the South
n railway, and was known all
rer the state as "Captain Billy
nith." He was a conductor
r fifty-four years and was
obably the best known and
ost liked conductor in the
nited States. He had been re
red with full pay for several
ars. He was conductor on
te Columbia and Greenville
ilroad all during the war and
mdled between forty and fifty
ousand of the soldiers of Lee
id Johnson's armies and was
e of the three men to guard
ie entire residue of the Con
derate treasury of Alston, S.
., when President Davis was
aking his way westward after
Le evacuation of Richmond.
Health A Factor In Success
The largest factor contributed
a man's success is undoubt
Lly health. It has been ob
rved that a man is seldom
k when his bowels are regu
r-he is never well when they
e constipated. For constipa
n you will find nothing Quite
good as Chamberlain's Tab
ts. They not only move the
>wels but improve the appetite
id strengthen the digestion.
liey are sold by all dealers.
FEEBLE OLD PEOPLE
~re Told How to Regain
Strength and Vigor.
As one grows old the waste of the
!stem becomes more rapid than re
ir, the organs act more slowly and
ss effectively than in youth, the cir
ziation is poor, the blood thin and
Vinol, our delicious cod liver and
n tonic without oil is the ideal
rengthener and body-builder for old
Iks, for it contains the very elements
,eded to rebuild wastmrg tissues and
place weakness with ,strength. Vinol
so fortifies the systerm against colds
d thus prevents pneumonia.
Mrs. Mary Ivey, of Columbus, Ga.,
tys: If people only knew the good
Inol does old people,:;I am sure you
ould be unable to supply the de
and. I never took a-iything before
Lat did me so much good as Vinol.
is the finest tonic and strength
eator I ever used in mfY~ life."
If Vinol fails to build up thefeeble,
d people, and create S*;ength~ we
ll return y->ur money.
TArons Druo- Co. Pi-,ns S
Ing this. Ti
Tin, the Full-Siz
and the Found
The poets the changes have rung how
Of callow young lover's the acme of
But insipid are kisses 'twixt young lads
You can just bet your life
When compared with the kiss of the
right sort of wife!
-John Bailey Adger Mullally.
feresthe Real Remedy for Constipatica
and Loss of Appetite-Al Druggists.
Don't take Calomel; if you want the
-best, most gentle and surest remedy
A for constipation, upset stomach, bzlky
liver you've got to buy the famous
from Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Immense for malIaria, give you a
hearty appetite, relieve that tired
Ifeeling and headache. 25 cents.
ookic t rabout .'amous Hot Springs Rh zum
- 'ism R emedy and Hot springs Blood Reme
Pickens Drug Company
Julius E. Boggs was appoint
ed acting solicitor by Judge
Prince in Anderson last week
during the absence of Solicitor
Smith, who was absent on ac
'count of his father's death.
One application soothes atud heals a rough
a cure. Eczema, Erysipelas',' etter. Ulcers and
all skin diseases yield to i:s curative properties.
50c. a box. At all Druggists.
172 spelas Oarden St-, "hi'a-- "
Notice of Final Settlement and
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to J. B. Newbery,
Esq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the State of South Carolina,
on the 18th day of June, 1914, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon
thereafter as said application can be
heard, for leave to make final settle
ment with my wards, Eula B. Attaway
Iand A. D. Attaway, minors, and obtain
discharge as guardian of said minors.
May 18, 1914. D. H. ATT aWAY,
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 togranthim letters of admin
istration of the estate and effects of C.
These are therefore to cite and ad.
monish all and singular the kindred and
reditors of the said C. W. Lolhis, de
eased, 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, 1914, next after publication here
of, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have,why the said
administration should not be granted..
Given under my hand and seal this,
the 15th day of April, Anno Dommni,
914. J. B. NEwBERY.
3 J. P., P. C.
Sin knowing that they have done -4
the right thing. Their measure
Sof happiness will grow with the .
growth of their deposits. Many .
like them may be seen daily en
tering and emerging from The4
Keowee Savings Bank. This in-4
- stitution seems especially favored. t
And deservedly so. too. Wise
management. stability and ample
resources constitute its chief
?claims to public favor.
reatest advance in PUI
SS ever made in smoki
it just a little better. Wts a
n't smoke half a pipeful wit
y it and see.
ient Packages. The Handy H
10-Cent Tin, the Ponnd and Half-Pou
For Pipe and Ci garett
..P. Loriard Co. Est. 1760
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,'0001
shares of preferred stock of the par
value of $100 each in lieu of and to take
the 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
directors by resolutions of the board of
directors of the said Issaqueena Mill,
held on the 14th day of April, 1914, and
the said resolutions were in the follow
ing words, which are hereby made a
part of this notice -
Raesvd1.Tath-Peint a i n d PU
SSreuer temsaduen il dokl
a jut of ltthe btthlers tf sa)
ill, sokhel alf ah pfief l hePrs
yiet and Tse tCnraS .
ienth 28hPak fages The4 andycoc H
stoc 0aCntdi the crud andnaifdivi
Fond andintee, whichigt ere-ti
new~ P pref rre d C . Es.I6
2. hatic ofi Stockholdersokeehall
Ntics anderbivees Thte meetirs
oftheo schld erso entitledtdiendsl
wbeaheld at the oate of saidmil cent e
ofnsideringate ssuiancell o 1the
fisas of parefrd tock of e'arh
value of$10nc in ie of alur to tae
stc fsaid i anwhes due nad
unddividends andry7 e t interesten
thi otcha beeonde authornnually ute
piecor In theseeolitiutionsothbar of
irecdton of the saiIsssofeth corpora
helon the preferrd sock Al 1914,ive
th0e sharelus were inpaid follo
dnds wrdthiees befre heb cmden
solvpefed stoc Tan the npreidn ad
Tasuraaer o the irstueal dayo cll
a99 meeting ife sokor of saidre
mill toaceed t the ompany of the Pres
ietebulg and machineryer atnya, ..
onr therethof May, 191, at2 'clockd be
p.clardfor piontheoeo comnserin
exeisued 751,000. sare preferredc
sae the plated o exiting preere
andck an the ntfaccure nd npad divi
dends and acdinterest cas tohereb
dted and canellduo the ers of the i
npreferred stock.yhv h xlsv
ditionsgn privileges: the nagemenso
annumil, paya L seiAnuAly, th
yersd and Teasevauentofailr toila.
Caddientas when. Aprue2, the4 unai
totie compSockhldeias'al Meetig
Ntid. i therebyven dtatibmting or
lqiinof the asolets of thaqeenarpoia
tionehla the e o saidmll cin i
dends wth 2io'crock bem.for the puoseon
saidonsideriarestiond tepad div-h
idedad nDiretsf saidmll eoe due
and aya on the9'4 fising of July
crease Durhe aiae sof said preferre
the placed by15,000,ompn ona the realre
stkate buidig nd mhnr torsany
delared aido the common stock alb
shalsb notiled as vtingauthriiegbysth
forectr proesolutin tof thebar fom
datectosueonrs of the saidIsuenMl,
pefed oc mtay ofhae114 n thesv
savoing rleutons in the nageentng
the ill Wotice:AAY
PeitadTreasurer h Issaqueena Mill. al
amigof the stockholders of ssaueaMill
willt be held at the office of said mills
idetadTesrra Central, S. C., o hrdy a 8
oth28hdyoMa,1914, at 2 o'clockp.mfothpuos
p.mfrteproeof considering arslto asdb h
Bad ofingeupors the msadsel o the p
ceshcaital stock of sasquengmill tosu
d h mofll,,o ha the preferred sokt ei h
stoc shll one hundred thousandlr
dlsand the common stck hal be o
two hundred and fifteen thousand dol-s
P dresident and Theaure Issaqueena Mill,
henthel 6th day., May, 1914, an3h
Noicesouio Fas inett ll n g n
wodic is hereby mden tapt ofil
Esole, Judg ofTrate frsiensn
cutihe Sat te offc Softhe arlina
on the 28th day of Jue, 1914, at 11oc
o'cdocktingu the renon ras soo therea
aoftee hunded anicateecn tehuand,
dorla, te prfrrdstkte inalsetheo
su the estae huJonre tusand dolasd
-and thobtain sck aainistratof
lr. ofsiWett . L.BGSSA,
Iti ad Tresuren womuen Mill
Co end unrals. a 6, 1914. 3i
te woul hrbyven thatg llt
nd Tin Humidora
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The No. 7 is now on exhibit and sale at all Oliver Brainches
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i Trade With UsE
S We Will Buy Your Produce -U
S We pay highest market price for chickens, eggs,
y[ hams, corn, peas, etc. )
E Crown Highest' Patent Flour n
SWe have just received a carload of this flour. If 1
ayou want some real good flour try this. Price is right.
We are exclusive agents in Pickens for the
famous Witt's Shoes. Every pair guaranteed. We
also have other kinds and can please you in Shoes.
__We are now selling Aragon $i.oo Overalls for
95cnts. You cannot buy better Overa'ls at this price
We have also received a large snipment of Dress Goods