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A. K. Park.
ireenville, 5. C,
I have enjoyed the patronageot the readers
*of The Sentinel for more than 20 years. I
have appreciated this patronage and have
tried to givesValue Received." I am now
ready to serve you with a large and well
3elected 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 not as represented
I AM RESPONSIBLE, and wdl make them
right. Come to Greenville. Come in to
see us. We will take great pleasure i
showing 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.
A. K. PARK4
All PEPSI-Cola crowns bearing
theword "Greenville" on inside
upder cork disk will be redeemed
at 5c each.
Ask the Merchant
There's a great reason why you should
drink PEPSI-Cola. It is healthful.
EVERY THING which it brings you is 100.
:ent. PURE benefit and enjoyment.. Flavor is
ious--rare. Effect is wholesome, satisfying
c to refresh. It QUENCHES thirst with its
"There's a Difference"
IN THE COUNTY
ge stock of everything in the Furniture line. Bed
s $15.00 and up. Feather Beds and pillows to
it the thing for this cold weather. Blankets too.
t you need a cook stove or steel range? We have
. our prices are right.
ag Machines and Organs. Agents for the Schulz
d the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets.
. L. & G. B. HAMILTON
Easley, S. C.
~NVILLE BARGAIN HOUSE
[Next Door to Hunter's Drug Store]
LEN, Proprietor LIBERTY, S. C.
Clothing, Shoes and
lies' Ready=to=wear Skirts
Selling at the Cheapest Price
A I I bD A
Reduced R. R. Fare
G'ville and Retur
Greatly reduced railway rat<
will be given from Pickens i
Greenville June 3, 4. 5, good i
return I on any train leavin
Greenville before mid-night <
June 8. Ordinarily the roun
trip fare from Pickens to Greei
ville is $1.10, but on these dat
it will be 90 cents.
The occasion is the eight
annual conventiun of the Unite
Commercial travelers of the Cai
olinas, which Greenville was s
fortunate in getting for 1914
The date the convention meet
is June, and the concludin
exercises will be a big baseba
game on Saturday afternoon c
Greenyille is noted for tb
gorgeous was in which she er
tertains her conventions, and I
this instance all of her citizen
and.esapecially the Chamber C
Commerce, is making a speck
effort to make this the most er
joyable occasion of any conver
tion which has ever met withi
the city's borders. All wh
come will certainly haye a bi
time, and the preparations ar
elaborate enough to take car
of every U. C. T., who ca:
come, as well as other visitor
Camp of Sons of
A camp of United' Sons c
Confederate Veterans was o
gataied in Easley on, Saturda
afternoon, May 23. J. A. Hir
ton was elected Commandan1
J. B. Jameson, first lieut.; W
F. Evatt, second lieut.; T. Ba:i
ton, adjutant; Dr. H. E. Ru,
sell, surgeon; E. P. McCravQ3
quartermaster; 0. T. Hintor
chaplain; J. E. Craig, treas. an
color sergeant; E. P. McCravei
historian. The other member
are C. T. Martin, J. M. Jamt
son. J. T. Lathem. T. B. Owen
E. M. King, R. L. Bishop, L. J
Rogers, R. H. Sweet, fame
Turner, W. M. Nalley, J. I
Bagwell, W. E. Smith, Irvi
A charter has heen applie
C. T. Martin, T. T. Barto
and W. F. Evatt were appoini
d a committee to get up a cor
stitution and by-laws.
The regular meetings are t
be held on the first Saturday i
The Camp was, on motiot
amed "The William Young
Damp, in honor of Williar
Young, a young Confedera-t
volunteer from near Easley,wh
was the first man of the Fourt
SA C. Regiment, and probabi
the first-Southern soldier kille
at the Battle of isull Run. Jul
Mary Margaret Freeman
Mary Margaret, 3 - year - ol
daughter of Rev, and Mrs. L.]
k. Freeman. died at their hon:
in Raleigh, N. C., on May 1
The following obituary notice
taken from the Biblical Record
and-will be read with intere
and sorrow by the many frieni
of the bereaved parents in th
county, Dr. Freeman being
a native of Pickens county:
A little life, counted in months ar
years, but how big in its influence!
God gave to Dr. and Mrs. L. E. I
Freeman a little girl, but, because F
loved her with'an especial love, He soc
took her back to Himself.
Beautiful, gentle, affectionate, litt
Mary Margaret was idolized in h<
home, and tenderly loved by all wi
knew her. The children in the neigl
borhood-were devoted to her, and dail
sought, her and her baby brother
playmates. Of this baby brother Mai
Margaret was the self-appointed gua
dian, guiding his unekrtamn steps, ar
shielding him from all real or imagina:
danger. During her last brief illne:
the nurses who cared for the little su
ferer were so won by her extreme lov
liness that, forgetting professional i
terest, they mourned her death as si
erely as those who had known h<
longer. Certainly no life was ever moi
lapped in love.
"Weeping may endure for a migh
but joy cometh in the morning." TI
home is under the shadow of death ti
ay, but do we not know that in ti
as to come it will be all the bright<
because of the little girl who wasi
unshine a brief three years and thr<
May God comfort the stricken housi
hold and give them a new vision<
Heaven, where there is no sorrow,
suffering and, best of all, no sin.
Miss S. E. YOUNG.
Meredith College, Raleigh, N. C.
A large mud turtle straye
from the "old mill pond'' las
week and while leisurely war
dering up Church street was al
rested for speeding-almost u
A harmless hen was shot on
day last week, while on th
streets of a live town betwee
Pickens and Greenville. Sh
aked and the police shot he
for disturbing the peace.
Since the railroad compan
began improvements on thei
track and it was announced the
it would probably put on a
electric car, they are improvin
the streets around the station
the junction by laying severn
flower plats. The dr'y weathe
nd dust, however, have bee
hard on the flowers.
Three young men, not thol
oughly acquainted with city lif
reandered in an auto over t
the city one night recently o
business. Afer the business wa
transacted their city frnend ani
Elk asked the boys (rom th
neighboring town around to th
club to "have sometlking c
him." When they we e cor
rcnted by the waiter a wei
asked what they would av<
ne of the forward and uns<
ahimusina ones answe ,Oy
n Abstract of New Re
er For Voti
,0 The State Democratic convent
Democratic clubs mull and void.
Democrats-mist enroll themsell
d in which they reside in order to vot
1 White Democrats, 21 years of
s age before the succeeding general E
of the state for two years and of t
h A the succeeding general election and
d to the first primary following thi
enroll in the book of their club disi
0 tion, provided they are citizens of
S The book of enrollment for eacl
be opened by the secretary of the <
day in June, 1914.
Democrats who wish to enroll
A elections must present themselves i:
e the roll, giving their age, occupa
street and number of their house w
In case he is unable to write, t]
make his mark on the book of the
and the secretary will put his name
Notice will be given by.county <
retaries of clubs and where books o:
The books of enrollment will b<
chairmen on the last Tuesday in Jul,
COW TO YERS OLI
Xields to Vinwl. Read Why.
Strong vigorous men and women
fhardly-ever catch cok; it's only when
the system Is run down and vitality
- low that colds and coughs get a foob
1- Now Isn't it reasonable that the r
b; right ay to cure a cough Is to bd
up your run down condition again!
Mrs. D. A. McGeesof Waycross, Ga..
says: "I had a chronic cold and cough
which kept me awake nights for two
years and I felt tired all the time. E
L Vinol cured my cough and I feel '
d stronger In every way."
The reason Vino1 Is so efcacious f
S in such cases is.'because it contains
- in a delicious concentrated form all
3, the medicinal c-ative elements of
L. cod liver oil, with =1n6d, blood bulld
s jng iron added.
Chronic coughs and cdids yield to
n Vinol because it bulds up the weak
ened, run-down system.
d You can get your ioney back any
time if Vino1 does not do an we say.
n Pickens Dr ug Co. Pickens S.C
Too Much to Ask.
Mrs. Henrypezk (looking up from
her reading)-"This writer says that
the widows make the best wives." Mr.
Henrypeck-"But, really, my dear, you,
can hardly expect melto die just in
order to make a good wife of you."
n Stray Stories.
h6 lbs. of good coff
better one, 5 lbs. foi
20 lbs. of sugar,
week, for $1.00.
-and every pair guar
SA full line of men
Stetson down to a 2
SThe top of the n
ikinds of produce.
7Teacher-Johnnfie, into how
'Johnnie-T wo-Fords and A
Teacher-Correct. What is
eJohnnie--A Ford is a scier
2- motor car intended as the safest
3 least cost.
e iTeacher-Does it fulfill the i
t .Teacher-What can you say
ie Johnnie-It consists of a cor
i ful.of pleasure, fun and incident:
erTeacher-WVhat are the neces
ts in a Ford?
reJohnnie-A little .gasoline in
- and a little water in the radiator,
1 Teacher--Why are Fords n
operated than automobiles?
Johnnie-Because they are r
cumbersome adjuncts; in other
Teacher-Now, what is an ai
Johnnie-A .car usually of he
pneumatic tires, high rated horse
dstorage batteries, magnetic clutc
"matic pumps, air-pressure pumps
i- oil feed, speedometers, odometers,
~ air pressure gauges, deep unhoisti
mechanical cong'lnmneration inter
ethe rich from their cash. tep
nTeacher-What can you say
r Johnnie-It consists of break
7Teacher-What are the neces
"in an automobile?
tJohnnie-Four big extra casi
mechanician, an able-bodied cha
E acount with your local bank;
t gasoline stations, telephpone statio
STeacher-Why are automob
nJohnnie-For the same reas<
ate locomotives with pneumatic I
Ford Cars I
0 Fully Equipped I
Le Touring--- -
e W. N. JONES a
ig in the Primaries
ion has declared existing rolls of
res on the book of the club district
in primary next August.
age (or those who willireach that
lection), who have been residents
he county for six months prior to
of the club district 60 days prior
ir offer to enroll, are entitled to
rict to vote in the primary elec
the United States and of South
Democratic club in the state will
lub on or before the second Tues- y
in order to vote in the primary
i person to the secretary and sign
tion and postoffice address (and
here these designations exist.)
ie applicant for enrollment must
club district in which he resides,
on the book.
hairmen of the names of the see
enrollment are to be opened.
closed and filed with the county
even of America's Best Doc
tors Endorse Dodson's Liver
Tone to Take Place of
Dangerous calomel's place is
ow taken by Dodson's Liver s
one safely and reliably,accord- a
g to seven of the most noted dr
nd highest priced physicians in
he United States, after careful rf
nalysis. These physicians al- t
vays command huge fees and si
a this consultation were paid
or their best skill.
Dodson's Liver Tone is a pal- si
table vegetable-liquid, *ith n
asy and natural action, and is V
old and guaranteed by Pickens t
)rug Co., who will refund pur- v
hase price (50c.) instantly with- t
ut question if it does not prove
atisfactory in every way.
There is not only no danger in e
aking this reliable remedy, but e
t causes no gripe, no pain and
he after-effects are pleasant in
stead of disagreeabie, as with t
alomel. Dodson's Liver Tone I
nterferes in no way with your
-egular dvties, habits and diet. c
[nstead, it actually builds and e
trengthens you so that you
eel happier, brighter, better and
ee for $1.00, and a
every day in the
~eo. D. Witt Shoes,
's fur hats from a
iarket paid for all
J. W. HENDRICKS
many classes are motor cars
tifically constructed four-wheel1
md surest mode of travel at the
purpose for which it is intended?
of a day's outing in a Ford?
tinuous spin over hill and vale.
3, but without accident.
saries to take for a day's outing
a tank, a little oil in the engine
and your wife and babies in thei
ore cheaply and satisfactorily
aechanically perfects free from
words, are simplicity simplified.
avy wei ht, with big, expensive1
power, made up of self-starters,
ties, a network of wiring, auto
oil pumps, oil feed pipes, sight
clocks, volt meters, aerometers,
ring, shock absorbers and other
ded as a medium of separating i
roose for whichi it was intended?
of a day's outing in an autonmo
downs, bog-downs, layouts and
saries to take for a day's outing
ngs, extra tubes, an electrician
uffeur, a checkbook and a good
and you will need to frequent
ns and garages.
iles more expensive to operate
n that it is impractical to oper
ires on dirt roads.
. . B. Detroit
i call or write
ad L J. SMITH,
Letter From "B"
[r. Editer: As it has been
ie time since we contributed
iy thing to the colums of the
mr old Sentinel, we decided to
nock at its doors again for ad
ttance provided its editor,,
iught our items worthy of
We are always glad to receive.
he Sentinel, for it has a warm
ot in our hearts. The Senti-;
was the first paper the
ter ever read a line in, when
ilate Major D. F. Bradley
rs its editor. It was through
igood advice of that worthy
nd benovelent gentleman, tell
ime the importance of an
ducation, when I was not old'
mough to see the need of it,
hat I today possess what little
onow. He advised me to con
iue to read good books and
pers and b following his
Avice I find a newspaper is one
ttthe grandest educators on
uth, where a child's opportu
We aor alays gldho ncgive.i
hecSetin, fornot havst a warm
ot in ourtheartse Shatwil
eoo wseftpaperc they
Etoee read a laie inthen e
as it editor It ad thr ore
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rid beve st entl eanel1
g Bie th ortancter ood
ough Ito seem tho maed of bit
ken o He aie me tld con
kitapll and byntellowinglhy.
fWhen wegeands eators the
ath whe re aild's chppdru
A poohen eo an givhie
dthin annot trmings arond
aroimenthing else a w aill
lohchildren work muhe goodey
keep rin advoaperthey abco
are o e iavor theiin more
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hekibg orc an father goo
rk pers out ahild othe
piutl anod intelctardltyth
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leonIsaiy rstng upovided,
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pening btiehs ortIsky
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cvr hit man a ihtaboe has
useaf the htbanot. ns
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is waiaswll bmae uplsewhee
adlo boyand ofvottons as this
ap egarnces no, knisngok
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lvatd Ten hen aboe hae
fuouses o the balt.mc rfe
Well, and istupid water eatin
s. way sellr aselsofwstom
h tbad sand consthio
enbeen ret Vegetation is
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ct.hold her all pleyroom Ado.
Sarrow Plen't Time tolEat
Toukeeprrws from digsting or
ans.patn hi lce wi rsl
Lots For Saie.
There are lots of good tbbaccom
Good luck to -them!
But the man who once tries STAG is
interested in no other tobacco.
He's reached the Promised Landi
Convenient Packages: The Hady Hakf-Size s-Cent t-the
full-Size 10-Cent Tin, the Pound and Half.Pound.Tin.Humidor s and the Pound
Glass Hu or
fbr Pipe and Cigarette
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