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The Eind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 yeas a borne the signature of
an has been made under his per
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Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experidnee 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
bas 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.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAys
Bears the Signature of
he Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
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Greenville, = S.C,
I have enjoyed the , atronage 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
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
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I AM RESPONSIBLE, and will make them
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-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.
All PEPSI-Cola crowns bearing
, the word "Greenville" on inside
under 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.
EVERYTHING which it bring' you is 100
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quick to refresh. It QUENCHES thirst with its
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"There's a Difference"
IN THE COUNTY
A large stock of everything in the Furniture line. Bed
room suits $15.oo and up. Feather Beds and pillows to
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.
Sewing Machines and Organs. Agents for the Schulz
Pianos, and the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets.
E. L. & G. B. HAMILTON
Easley, S. C.
benT ou an
PICKENS, S. C.
~rs~jARCOURT & CO.Louisville,IKy
Price Quite ra Reason~able as Consistent with Qnality.
L. HOUSTON CRAIG
Pickens County Man Who Will Open a
Wholesale Grocery House in Greenville
For Next Week
Hampton, Thursday, June 25.
Barnwell, Friday, June 26.
Bamberg, Saturday, June 27.
Winnsboro, Monday, June 29.
Chester, Tuesday, June 30.
Lancaster, Wednesday,July 1.
Marion, Thursday. June 25.
Conway, Friday, June 26.
Dillon. Saturday. June 27.
Darlington, Monday, June 29.
Bishopville. Tuesday.June 30.
Bennettsville, W e d n esday,
Big Fees For
High-Priced Physicians Endorse
Dodson's -Liver Tone. It
Takes the Place of Cal
America's best known and
highest priced physicians-seven
of them-were paid very large
fees to pass on the formula of
Dodson's Liver Tone, and all of
them heartily endorsed this re
medy as.a perfectly safe and
reliable one. It takes the place
of dangerous calomel in cases of
constipation and torpid liver.
Dodson's Liver Tone has none
of the disagreeabk -/ker-effects
of calomel, which i .a fact a
poison, a mineral. a form of
On the other hand, Dodson's
Liver Tone is a strictly vegetable
liquid, containing nothing harm.
ul. It acts pleasantly, easily
and naturally, without pain or
gripe and without interfering at
all with your regular habits,
iet or occupation.
Dodson's Liver Tone is guar
anteed by Hickens Drug Co.,
who will cheerfully refund pur
hase price (50c.) at once if y ou
are not entirely satisfied with it.
A trial has benefited many peo*
pe end probably would help
Take Plenty of Time to Eat.
There is a saying that "rapid
eating is slow suicide.'.' If you
have formed the habit of eating
to r-apidly you are most likely
suffering from indigestion or
constipation, which will result
eventually in serious illness un
less corrected. Digestion begins
in fhe mouth. Food should be
thoroughly masticated and in
salivated. Then when you have
a fullness of the stomach or feel
dull and stupid after eating.
take one of Chamberlain's Tab
lets. Many severe cases of stom
ach trouble and constipation
ae been cured by the use of
these tablets. They are easy to
ake and most agreeable in ef
ect. Sold by all dealers.-Ady.
Lcof pettean izzinless -
Old people, young people and middle aged
people all are fast learning that the best liver
remedy on earth is the famou
Never useCalomel, becauseLIVER
BUTTONS are better; they never
fail-always give gentle action and
for malaria andl to drive poisons from
the bowels, nothingis so good.
25 cents at all druggists.
abut th iamus hotSinzg Rheumatism
Remedy and Hot Springs Blood Remedy at
Pickens Drug Company
SEVERE BRONCHIAL COUGH
Dctors Feared Lung Trouble,
Restored to Health by Vinol.
The medical profession does not be
leve that lung troubles are inherited,
but a person may inherit a weakness
or tendency to them.
Mrs. Kate Heckmnan, Springfield,
Ohio, says: "A few years ago I was
in a -very bad run-down condition, and
the physician toid me I had consumlp
tion. I tried another physician, and
he told me I had ulcers on my right
lung. I quit the physicians and
started on 'VinoL' Today I am
perfectly healthy, and that is why]1
Vinol soothes and heals the im.
ed surfaces and allays the cough,
Vinol creates an appetite, strengthens
the digestive o~asand gives the
patient *rsg~ to throw off in
Try a bottle ocl Vinol with the un
derstanding that ~'~rmoney will be
returned if it does not- help you.
Pckens rug Co Pickrens S.C
State Candidates I
Spoke at Sumter
Sumter, S. C., June 17.-En
forcement of the law and in
creased educational facilities
were the issues developed by the
candidates for governor here to-.
day in the initial meeting of ithe
county to county canvass of thei
candidates for State officers
which met with the enthuastic
support of the majority of the
audience of 1,200 people who
crowded the court house and
utilized every inch of available
standing room. Judging from
applause which met the senti
ments expressed by Jno. G.
Clinkscales and R. A. Cooper
when they termet this the para
Richard I. Manning was given|
an ovation by the people, this
being his home. He did not
make a regular speech but gave
his time to the other candidates.
Chas. A. Smith came out for
state-wide prohibition, and John
G. Clinkscales besides advocat
ing stripes for blind tigers and
pistol "toters" said if elected
governor he would do all in his
power to break up race track
gambling in Charleston and sup
press the blind tigers in Colum
bia. R. A. Cooper also denounc
ed the race track gambling and
stressed the need of enforcement
of the law.. John G. Richards
came out flat footedlv against
compulsory education and stat
ed that he was not a coat tail
Charles Carroll Simms, de
nounced the personal enrollment
required of voters under the new
rules as outrageous and as an
attemit to disfranchise the poor
W. C. Irby, Jr., flayed North
ern control of cotton mills and
banks and advocated regulation
of cotton mill mergers.
Lowndes J. Browning advo
cated State aid to assist tenant
white farmers in buying and
owning their own farms. -
Mehdel -L. Smith drew ap
plause which vied with that for
Clinkscales and Cooper when he
vigorously protested against in
dLcriminate use of the pardon
ing power and announced him
selW in favor of local option com
John T. Duncan denounced
what he calls the "System."
J. B. Adger Mullally was not
present. 'Olnkscales and Coop
er drew tremendous applause
when thiey denounced lawless
ness and said the crying need in
South Carolina is enforcement
of law. Several of tne candi
dates took flings at "coat tail
swingers,"' much to the delight
of the crowd which cheered
every such reference. The meet
ing opened this morning at 10.45
in the court house, previously
the candidates at a meeting de
cided to limit the governors to
fourteen minutes and all others
to seven, it being decided that
the governors should come last
each day, the system of rotation
R. I. Manning was elected
chairman of the candidates with
L. J. Browning as secretary and
B. Frank Kelley as assistant
secretary. The candidates for
liete'ant governor, four in
number. lead off with Andrew
J. Bethea as the first on the pro
It is evident from the meeting
here today that the campaign
will be conducted- on a high
plane, free from bitterness and
personal abuse,and- that the peo
pe will demand a discussion of
issues. Much interest was mani
fested in the yarious speakers
and the things for which they
stand, the candidates speak at
Four candidates for Lieuten
ant Governor A. J. Bethea, W.
M. Hamer, B. Frank Kelley and
J. A. Hunter were the first
speakers. E. J. Watson, com
missioner of agriculture, E. M.
McCown. secretary of state, J.
E. Swearingen, state superinten
dent of education, made brief
speeches, Adjutant General W.
W. Moore for re-election made
a ringing speech telling of how
he had run his office with an
eye single to duty and worked
for the upbuilding of the nation
M. C. Willis for adjutant gen
eral, presented his claims for the
office. Comptroller General A.
W. Jones and his opponent Jas.
A. Summersett, spoke while the
audience were gathered on the
green, foth discussing tax re
orr. There were six candi
cates for railroad commissioner.
Jas. Cansler, W. I. Wither
spoon, Geo. W. Fairey, C. D.
Fortner, F. W. Shealey, J. H.
Wharton, all spoke. Attorney
Gen. Thos. H. Peeples defended.
his record and asked for re-elec-!
tion, A. G. Brice told of his ser
vice in the house from his home
county of Chester and presented
his claim for attorney general.
The Southern Railway
Premier Carrier of the South.
N. B. The following schedule figures
are published as informationi arud are
No. Leaving Easley Time
42 From Seneca to Charlotte 8.38 a m
2 Atlanta to Charlotte 1.33 p m
0 Atlanta to Charlotte 6,2.5 p-m
9 " Charlotte to Atlanta 12.01 p m
11 " Charlotte to Atlanta 4.00 pm
41 " Charlotte to Atlanta 9.55 pm
29 .' Washington to Bham 7.37 am
*Stop on signal to receive passer gers
-For complete information write
P. & T. A., Greenville, S. C.
W . E. McGEE, A. G. A.
A Lively Meeting
at St. Matthews
St. Matthews, June 17.-Sen
ator Smith and Governor Blease
almost "hitched" on this the
first day of the senatorial cam
paign. The meeting here did
not begin until 11.30 o'clock,
but before an hour had elapsed
a halt had been called and
there was a moment of threat
Governor Blease was reading
from his 19,000 word manu
script and was charging that
Senator Smith was responsible
for the appointment of James
L. Sims, of Orangeburg, as
United States'deputy mar hal
"the man who had once set typE
on a republican newspaper."
Senator Smith was soon on
his feet and reminded the gov
ernor that Sims was B. R. Till
man's appointment and that
Tillman and Tillman alone was
responsible for Sims.
The governor resorted to his
heap of"documentary evidence'
and produced a letter from Sen
ator Tillman in which the senioi
senator said, "Smith and I have
agreed upon the appointment of
Sims." The letter was said to
have been written to W. J.
Sheldon, of Columbia.
Then Senator Smith advanced
to the front of the stage and
said, "No man in the image of
God can call me a liar. I have
told you that Sims. was Till
man's appointment, and that
we agreed that he should have
Sims and Thurmond appointed
and that I was to have Weston
and Crouch. The .agreement
between us was that there was
to be no fight by either of us
when the appointments ca'me
up in the senate for confirma
tion." Before ali this had been
uttered the confusion and up
roar was so great that hearing
was.difficult and Dr. T. P. Dre
her, the chairman who had gone
between the two, urged Senator
Smith to take his seat.
Gov. Blease made his charac
teristic attack on the news
papers, charged thit both the
county and the State conven
tions had been "packed," held
up to scorn the leaders of the
convention, and defined the new
primary regulat'.ons as a clever
device to cheat the poor man
out of his privilege to vote.
Governor Blease also credited
Hoke Smith of Georgia as being
the author of the Smith-Lever
"I notice," said Governor
Blease, "that Senator Smith is
a member of the immigration
committee. Here he had an ex
cptional opportunity to be of
service to the country. Yet I
do not see where he has made
any effort to restrict immigra
L. D. Jennings of Sumter,
who has never before sought po
litical preferment, followed Goy
Blease. Mr. Jennings was elo
quent in his defence of the new
primary regulations and made
friends by his ready answers to
questions that were pelted at
him from the audience in regard
to these new rules.
"The charge has been made
that an organized movement is
on foot to deprive the poor man
of his 'vote. How, I ask, can
this be done? When the asser
tion is made, demand that the
accuser give you the basis of his
accusation. I defy any man tc
find one line or clause of the
new primary law that can be so
construed. The man who would
make such charges knows thai
it is tommyrot and is guilty of
the rankest demagogy."
W. P. Pollock of Cheraw,was
the first speaker to mount the
stand inthe afternoon. Though
unitiated in state politics, Mr.
Pollock has served three terms
in the state legislature and was
once clerk on the congressional
committee in Washington. Mr.
Pollock promises to develop into
an able campaigner.
He attacked the present state
administration and said that the
governor stood for many things
that he could not stand for
"I shall never' align myself
with the lawless element of the
state nor shall I ever endorse
the setting aside of the verdict
of 14,000 jurymen. I shall
never go beyond the good Amer
ican manhood of South Carolina
and appoint a 'Dago' Italian tc
aposition that would require
the young manhood of South
Carolina to pass in review be~
E. D. Smith's speech brought
the meeting to a close. He
boldly defended his record in
the United States senate by
po'nting to the amendment
which he had written into the
new banking and currency law,
to the tests which have been
made of the tensile strength of
cotton out of appropriations
which his initiative and energy
provided, and the immigration
bill which he has written and
which bas already passed thru
the lower house of congress.
At the conclusion of Senato]
Smith's speech there were urgent
calls for him to continue, but he
refused on the ground that this
would be unfair to those whc
had already spoken.
Can't Keep It Secret.
The splendid work of Chain
berlain's Tablets is daily becom.
ing more widely known. N<
such grand remedy for stemacd
and liver troubles has ever beer
known. For sale by all dealers
MAKE KITCHEN WORK EASIER
Cleaning of Pots and Kettles Need
Not Bd the Bugbear That It is
for So Many.
It is quite possible to go Into mmat
kitchens the first teing In the morning
and find an alarming array of dirX
pots and pans on which the remain
of food cooked tl~e night before has
hardened and become encrusted on the
Inside. This meas an enormous
amount of realy unnenasary work in
the morning. Now, though it may not
be possible for the cook, after a late
dinner with guests 8andinz to set tc
work and to clean thorougly all the
utensils used, yet it is possible for her
as each is'used, to fill it thse pesti
full of boiling water, puttin in wft
this a small lump of soda. T goo
dinner is served al that it neoes
Is to empty the contents, rinse the
pans well to remove all scraps df
food left on the sides, dry them an
hang them In the draft where the aft
can reach them.
Next morning when the girl has
more time, she can have some hot w&
ter and soda ready in a large dshpaa
Then the pans may be dipped Into thiS
and rubbed off thoroughly with a clot
soaped and dipped In fine sand; them
they should be well rinsed and dried
and put back in their places.
Should a pan have been allowed tc
burn and there are still some burn1
fragments clinging to It, a lttle soda
water should be boiled up in it until
al the fragments are loosened and
then the pot should be scoured.
RICE DUMPLINGS A DELICACl
Cooked With Apples and Served Witi
Cream or Other Sauce They
Make Ideal Dessert.
Pick and wash a half pound of rice
and boll It gently in oie quart o:
water till It becomes dry, keeping the
pot well covered and not stirring It
Then take It off the fire and spread
It out to cool on the bottom of an
inverted sieve, loosening the grains
lightly with a fork. that all the mois
ture -may evaporate. Pare hal - a
dozen pippins or any other large,
juicy apples, and take out the cores
Then fill each cavity with marmalad
or with lemon and sugar. Cover every
apple all over with a thick coating
of the boiled rice. Tie up each in a
separate cloth and put them into a
pot of cold water. They will require
about an hour and a quarter before
they begin to boil, perhaps longer
Turn them out in a large dish, and be
careful In doing so not to break the
dumplings. Serve them with cream
sauce, or with butter, sugar and nut.
meg beaten together.
To Make Okra Soap.
Okra soup, or gumbo soup, can be
made in a good many ways. 1or one
kind make a rich stock from beef and
veal bones strain and skim. Add to
a quart of the stock a pint of okra
cut In small pieces and stewed with
a pint of tomatoes and a pint of water
until tender. Put In three or four
teaspoonfuls of rice apd simmer until
It Is tender. Then serve very hot
This soup, of course, does not equal
chicken gumbo soup, which Is one ol
the most delicious soups made, bal
which takes four or five hours in the
making and calls for chicken, beef,
okra, potato, onion, rice, tomato, greem
pepper, bacon and several other In
Pass e~ne pound of lean cooked mut
ton and a small quantity of lean bacon
through a fine mincer and place In a
mixing bowl. Add half a teacupful ol
fine bread crumbs, a little finely
minced onions, and a teaspoonful of
chopped' parsley. Season with amt,
pepper and nutmeg. Whip one egg un
til light, mix together with the pre
pared meat, and roil Into an oblong
cake on a floured board. Tie this roll
in a piece of buttered muslin and stew
In thick brown sauce for an hour.
1785 ' 1914
South Carolina's Oldest College
130th YEAR BEGINS SEPTEMBER 2!
Entrance exammnations at all the countj
seats on Friday. July 3d, at 9 a. m.
Full four-year courses lead to the B. A. and
B. S. degrees. A two-year pre-medical 'courst
A free tuition scholarship is assigned to eack
Spacious buildings and athletic grounds, wel
equipped laboratories,unexcelled library facili
tExcpenses reasonable. For terms and cata
lou, ARRISON RA1i DOLPH, President.
-"The Best Way"
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Sunday, May 31, 1914.
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the following schedules:
Leave Spartanburg.-----...7:50 pn
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" Anderson------9:45 psi
" Belton .------_-----10:15 pni
"Honea Path----_-..10:31 pui
Arrive Greenwood-- ------11:20 pn
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" Spartenburg _.-... 920 as
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AT EASLEY'SBUSY STO
Edwin L. Bolt & Co., Easley, S.C.
- Remember we keep goods coming in all' the
time. We can not buy enough the first of the season
to run us through the entire season because we would
-not know what to buy. Anyway, we prefer to -buy
often anrd keep our stock fresh and keep the new
-things which come out from time to time.. Our buyer -
has just recently returned from his second visit to.
market this season, where he'picked up a lot of special
bargains. Below we mention, a few special things
Just received, a case of 36 inch Bleaching in short 1
lengths, to go on sale at 5c yard.
Just received, 1000 yards of the best grade Calico; e/
6c kind, in 10 to 20 yard lengths, to go at Se yard.
Just received, one case good Apron Ginghams,
81c, on sale at 5c yard.
Just received, a big line of ladies' and misses
Dresses, in crepes, voilles and organdies. Just the gI
for commencement. Priced from $1.98 to $8 00. We
also have a pretty line of Children's Dresses in 1 wn,
percale and ginghams from 48c to $1.50.
Just ~received, 100 pairs Men's Fine D ' Pants,
value up to $2.00. Sizes slightly broken. Come d find
your size and take a pair for only 98c.
Shoes and Oxfords
We have a very pretty line of foot-wear.
all the latest in this season's styles in Pumps, C
Pumps, and Button Oxfords. .
Come to see us before you buy your Spring
We can sell you a suit for $10.00, the same kin
have been paying $12.50 and $15.00. Why not- 11
saye you $5.00 on your suit? We have themn from
to $15.00. Also a full line of boys' suits in all the I
colors in Norfolks and Double Breast style. Prices
Just a few prices for comparison:
36-inch guaranteed all-wool serge for 48c.
36-inch wool creape, the new material for skirts.
Best grade fruit bleeching only 10c yd.
39-inch Sea Island sheeting, the L. L. grade, Sc
Figured curtain scrim only 5c yd.
S2 big hoxes Searchlight matches only 5c.
3 cakes toilet soap for 10c.
8 cakes best laundry soap for 25c.
10 full pound boxes soda for 25c.
All kinds of calicoes, apron ginghams and' cotton ~
checks at 5cyd.
PWhen in Easley make our store your headquarters.
~Our clerks will be glad to show you whether you want
obuyrot. Dr. J.L. Bolt isnow a partner in this
busines oand he will be glad to meet and wait on: all of ,
his old friends
EDWN L. BOLT &U' U 0.
t ~The Store That's AMways Busy ~ ~
Easley, S. C. 9 A