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EAROLINA MAN WITH PUZZLING
STOMACH DISEASE WINS RELIEF
of p .eteter Thousands of others sufferering from
.Davenport. [er maladies of the stomach have found re
After First Dose of lief as quickly as Mr. Davenport did.
This remarkable remedy is known all
Reniedy. overthecountry. The first dose proves
no long treatment.
- N Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy
Rof Park, N. C., cl the digestive tract.of mucuoid
-ed ula malady of accretions and removes poisonous mat
stmc.Heouh ramn ter. It brig swif reief to sufferers
bntlittlerelie. At times itseemed from stomah liver and-bowel troubles.
-ewould have to give up hope. Many say it has saved them from dan
wk MayesWondeu Stomach gerous operations and many are sure it
found immediate benefit has saved their lives.
Because of the remarkable success of
~Years.I -have suffered from a this remedy there are many imitators,
VWbi doct6rs. They so be cautious. Be sure it's MAYR'S.
eit catrbof the stomaeh,-say- Go to Pickens Drng Co. and ask about
- ed ly k would be a chaeof the wonderful results ithas been accom
5 tatin at - I plishing in cases they know of-or send
eg. I of to Geo. H. Mar, Mfg. Chemist, 154-156
I Onetrial-bottle gave me Whiting St., Chicago, Ill., for fiee book
Imade me feel like a on -stomach ailments and many grateful
Yourful course of treat- letters from people who have been re
about cured me. Several of stored. Any druggist can tell you its
dends bave also-been cured." wonderful effects.
For Must a Isrments~go to'Tramnfs u
Music Pae Pickens.'
~M MC . Palace
-n ition to the splendid lin: of
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We are receiving a fine lot of
Than whieh there are none better
Our stock of .
n Musical Goodsand Strinlgs isVery
u . Complete
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est market price for
your coiutry produace
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In order to test The Sentinel as an advertising
medium, we offer to its readers either of the above
pictured Oxfords in beautiful Vici Kid, Patent Leather
tips, for the next three weeks at $2 the pair. Our
regular price is $2.50, and most merchants would sell
shoes no better than these at $3.00.
.Cut out this Ad. and mail it to us with $2, stating
size you want and we will send them to you by par-.
PIEDMONT SHOE CO.
Greenville's Big Shoe Store
T "Where the Big Shoe Hangs Out"
difd Ghtheiredi nito rts
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or It wi
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LyrAogdertisemnent in ThepentineI
NINE AVIATORS DIE
IN A MIMIC BATLE
AUSTRIAN MILITARY MEN MEET
TRAGIC DEATH IN SHAM
FIGHT IN AIR.
BODIES BADLY MUTILATED
Aeroplane Makes Attack on Dirigible;
Latter Ripper Open-Explosion
Vienna.-Nine burned and mutilated
bodies, the splintered fragments of an
aeroplane and the charred remanuts
of a big dirigible balloon are the mute
records of one of the most senational
disasters which has occurred since
man learned to fly. The castastrophe,
which resulted in the death of all con
cerned, nine officers and men, followed
a mimic attack by the aeroplane on
the aeroplane on the dirigible at a
great height the Austrian manueuvers
and served to show, more than any
previous accident to flying machines
have done, the horrors that would be
likely to attend aerial warfare.
The dirigible military balloon Koert
ling left Fischamend, 11 miles from
Vienna, manned by Capt. Johann
Hauswirth, in command, Lieutenant
Ernst Hoffstetter, Lieutenant Bruerr,
Lieutenant Haidinger, Corpora\ Hadi
ma, Corporal Weber and Engineer
At the elapse of half an hour a
military' biplane, with Lieutenant
Flats and Lieutenant Hoosta aboard,
started in pursuit.
It was t'he intention of Captain
Hauswirtlr to take photographs of the
movements of the troops below and
then to join in the maneuvers. At the
same time he was to keep out of range
of any of the mosquito craft which
might seek to attack him.
As might a wasp bent on attacking
some clumsy enemy, the aeroplane
circled several tines around the bal
lon, now darting closer to her, and
then away, always apparently steer
ing 'off just in time to avoid an actual
Meanwhile the balloon continued to
rise until it was about 1,300 feet from
the ground. The aeroplane, at a still
greater height, maneuvered until it
appeared to be nearly over the aid
ship. Then it began its descent. It
was the evident intention of the pilot
of the aeroplane to take ip a posi
tion directly above the dirigible,
within striking distance, but owing
either to a fatal miscalculation of dis
tance or speed, the nose of the bi
plane struck the envelope of the air
ship and ripped It wide open.
- A tremendous. explosion followed,
the balloon burst into flames, which
enevloped the biplane, and in a mo
ment the wreckage began to drop,
crashing at length like lead to the
slope of a bilL: Almost at the same
moment the wife of Lieutenant Hof
stetter, who had been married only a
month, arrived in a motor cor.
FIRES WAR SECRETARY.
Carranza Deposes Gen. Felipe Angeles
From Cabinet Job..
Saltillo, Mrexico. (via~ Laredo, Texas)
Gen. Felipe Angeles, acting secretary
of war of the constitutionalist cabinet,
was desposed from that position by
orde rof Gen. Carranza for disobed
ience of orders.
Angeles is general of artillery in
Villa's army and a strong Villa parti
san. His removal from the cabinet
reduces him to the rank of general.
He is a graduate of Chapultepec Mili
tary academy and has played a prom
inent part in Vila's campaigns.
It is stated that 30,000 men under
Gen. Gonzales are beings mobilized
fo rthe campaign to the south and
that several detachments already have
left for San Luis Potosi.
Can't Move Fast.
Washington.-While the house was
sparring over the question of remain
ing in session to make progress on
the sundry civil bill, Representative
Levy of New York introduced a resolu
tion to provide that congress adjourn
July 15. He had It read from the
cerk's desk, but eoffrts to get any
further consideration for it were vain.
Big Transfer Gold.
New York.-What is said in the
financial district to have been the
greatest transfer of gold ever made
between sub-treasuries occurred dur
ing the week when $43,000,000 of the
precious metal was delivered at the
sub-treasury here. The gold in bars
and coin came from other branches
of the rgnited States treasury and the
shipment, it was said, was prompted
by the fact that for the lest six weeks
this country has been losing gold to
Europe on a large scale. Since the
first of May $53,000,000 has gone out.,
Vent Wrath on Suffragettes.
London.-An artificial lake gave a
big crowd an opportunity to vent their
wrath on suffragist interruptors of
David Lloyd George, Chanveflor of the
Exchequer, who spoke at Denmark
Hill, in the South of London, but chiv
alrous discriminations was employed
as between the men and women dis
turbers, the women being chased off
th grounds and the men ducked
The maa who fared worst was a
clUtyman, said to be a meber of
Card of Thanks
-Mr. Editor: Please allow us space in
The Sentinel in which to express our
thanks to our friends and neighbors for
their kindness and help during the sick
ness and death of our little bab, Neda.
Also toDr. Woodruff for hiskindness
and efforts in trying to save he to her
sorrowing parents. Mr. and Mrs. P.M.
Send your next or
der for printing to
The Sentinel and
have it printed
THE REXALL GUARANTEE
The United Drug Company and The Rexall Store
selling this preparation guarantee it to give satisfac
faction; if it does not, go back to the store where you
bought it and get your money; it belongs to you and
we want you to have it."
There is no other line of remedies made with such
a broad and liberal guarantee behind them. Anything
bearing the word Rexall is guaranteed to give satis
faction. They are good, and are guaranteed to be so;
that is why we think so much of them.
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexal Store
J. N. HA LLUN, Proprietor
Local and Personal
Have you put your name on Sydney Bruce visited -filiends
the club roll? in Edgefield last week.
Born unto Mr and Mrs. Ben Mr. and Mrs.. John B. Craig
Haynes, Tuesday. twin boys. spent Sunday with the family
of Mr. J. A. Findley. below
Born unto Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Easley.
Field. June 19th, a ten-pound
gir). The township singing conven
. tion will meet with Griffin
Look over t re announce. church next Sunday, 28th, at
ments. Three new ones this 2 o'clock.
week. Miss Catherine Wilkes, of
Mrs. Sallie Robinson of Liber- Columbia, is visiting the family
ty is on a visit to her son. C. E. of her aunt, Mrs. E. E. Yongue,
Robinson. in Pickens.
Only four more weeks in
visitMiss olae of ewaley which to enroll, If you do not
yisited Miss Stel!a enroll you cannot vote in the
last week- primary this year..
Miss Myra Lou Cochran, of Cp
Calhoun, is visiting the family:-- C. M. Boweri, popular sales
olheounc, A J visitigea man for Folger, Thornley & Co.
is enjoying his summer, vaca
tion. Last week he visited in
Johnnie Joe McFall. has re-'Geri and Alabama and this
turned from Wofford College to Georgia an hom tis
spend the summer at home.hm rting
Doctors 3. L. Valley and R.
Miss ThaylialGriffin, a pretty E. Lewis accompanied their
young lady of Greenville, visit- families to Brown's hotel Mon
ed friends in Pickens'this week. (lay. The ladies and children
will spend two weeks in the
Dr. T. A. Seawright attended mountains, but the doctors have
the meeting of the State Dental' returned.
Association in Greenville last Atu lewohsbe
week.employed in The Sentinel office
Clr-of Court John Craig for some time, left Monday for
ander. WR.Caof Greenville, where he has enter
ada visitedR raies in Piak- ed a business college. Furman
liala viitd elaivs mPik-Pace is now holding down the
ens Sunday. ;place vacated by Arthur.
We are glad to state that Mr-. Superintendent of Education
John Roper is improving inR. T. Hallum .is in Rock Hill
ealth, after being under the attending the conference of
weather for some time. county superintendents of edu
cation. The s ta te. saimmer
We have a communication !school is also in session at Rock
from "Black Eyed Kid" which Hill and will continue about six
we would publish, but we do weeks.
not know who sent it to us,
The home of J. H. G. Mc-~CeeDvswh a cle
Daniel is now open to summe recnl idStra on
boarders. This is an ideal platerno tGifn h e
for rest and enjoyment. His'raeprnthveheym
terms are reasonable.leabh y of c muit n this.
houre Daiswfa sorrow.
visiingfrindsin ick n g Jond A Horn. candae
Havng ormrlylivd i Pik-ftrnonressrmin Th ditrct
who~ar alay gld t se hreavedh people handth mn
friends Mre Hrtanowllbmak
Gus Wilson.oaty o the ooa- ms ombluppnit forhi
makt-il noh mnhourve of Anrson ut
ofs Ju and Augut oasle isca
forving homerl e in Pit c Tedyfok-ly.N .
itrsgmeing bthr at e hmet o-epe o isc bRs
ion. Le M.l Caig last Mow ellwoeaegkcr fGen
:ay afternoon. This is a nobleviladmtMsWeswhe
rganization and all womenshwaatedn scoli
hould belong to it.Grevle HeiasoofAd
A special show will be at the o iknadhsmn
Pastime moving picture theatre finswows i n i
all next week. Pictures of all rd og hpyadueu
he babies in town will be madelie
ree and shown on the screen at
he theatre. The baby receiv- Tewf fSlctrHA
ng the most votes will receiveCoprcadatfrgven,
prize. Pictures of local busi-didahehoenLues
was our icius usoday iseest
purteepe and sing h
- .Conrssmoand askenjoyabe. is
Forillat Chrutper Be erat
Snotig oul bi e bter, Jor,
sheing wa -tedn scolin
X bride sev Icep Crad likeful
24ooper, c andidt yo goeror
died a her hme in an
2esshouss wil alo beshow. Moday
FROM THIS STATE
.CAPTAIN JETER R. HORTON WAS
A BUSY MAN AT VERA
SENT ASHORE VERY EARLY
South Carolinian Has Handled Some
Heavy Responsibilities Well Dur
in Crisis in Mexico.
Columbia.-Capt. Jeter R. Horton,
U.' S. M. C., formerly a South Carolina
newspaper man, was one of the first
offcers sent ashore at Vera Cruz,
April 21, when the city was seized by
American forces, and on him devolved
for some time the purveyance of am
munition and provisions for upwards
of 6,000 men, as well as the furnish
ing of transportation fo rthe wounded.
The story, of his activities is told in
part by a dispatch from Vera Cruz to
the New York Herald, as follows:
"Capt. Jeter L Horton, quartermas
ter of the Second regiment, Fi'st bri
gade, United States marine corps, has
thoroughly demonstrated his ability as
an efficient quartermaster by the
splendid work accomplished during the
first few weeks of the occupation of
Vera Cruz. Capt. Horton was among
the first to land on April 21 with
the three companies of marines from
the U. S. S. Prairie. He at once
established his headquarters in. the
large warehouse on the water front,
which was later designated by the
mil!iary authorities as the temporary
depot or distributing point.
"The tons of provisions for the
sailors and manines from the various
ships ,approximately 6,000 men, were
turned over to Capt. Horton, who was
also the officer in charge of land
transportation. By means of three
five ton automobile trucks, valued at
$16,000, which Capt. Horton had com
mandeered from the freight station,
together with mimerous wagons and
carts, large quantities of eatables were
successfully distributed to the troops
in camp throughout the city and -sur
rounding country. The distribution
of the provisions and the handling.of
the transportation -was well system
atized and everything worked without
a hitch under Capt. Horton's manage
"Upon the return, of the sailors to
their respective . shps, , Capt. Horton
continued in charge of all provisions
for the marines on- shore. The suc
cessful manner in which the - work
was accomplished has won for Capt.
Horton the praise and commendation
of his senior officers. Although one of
the Junior officers of the quartermas
ter corps, -he has demonstrated his
ability to cope with the most ex
Capt. Horton Is still on duty at
NO SHORT WEIG!1TS.
Will Not Be Toleraled by Southeastern
Columba.-Inspectors of the sta~e
department of agriculture are rigidly
enforcing the weights and measures
law. IThe members. of the South
eastern Miller's association will do
everything posslbl'e to- aid In the en
forcement of the law.
Merchants in South Carolina have
received the following bulletin from
3J. B. McLemore, secretary of the- as
"I have been advised from time .to
time, by the mills doin~g business in
South Carolina, that they have had
fiour seized because of short weights
I have had this matter up with Mr.
Watson on one or two ocasions, and
I have also talked to him personally
about the ngatter. In his letters, and
also in my conflerence with him, I
learned that he has not seized flour
or meal that shiowed reasonable
variation from the original weight,
"I am quite sure that Mr. Watson
Intends only to protect the honest
manufacturer and the coinsumer. He
has not dispositiio whaitever to im
pose a hardship on an~y one. He
does, however, Intend to enforce his
laws firmly, but, at the same time,
with reason. In this effort, it occurs
to- me that he . should recesive the co
operation of every one.
Spends Summer in Ebirope.
Greenville.-Dr. E. W. Carpenter
left Greenville receintly to 'be away
during the entire summer. From June
22 to 27 he will attend annual session
of the American medical Association
at Atlantic City. On the 30th he will
sail for England, having planned to
do special work in London during the
month of July. While in the great
metropolis he willl attend as a dele
gate the clinical congress of surgeons
of North America. The convention
will be entertained by the Royal Col
lege of England.
Politiccs in Bamberg.
Bamnberg.-County politics is begin
ning to warm up here, with the time
for the speaking campaign approach
ig. The state senator, the sheriff,
Auditor, clerk of &e court and master
hold over this year, but there will be
lively races for all the offices which
are before the people at this time.
For Bamberg's two places in the
house of representatives the follewing
have offered themselves: B. D. Car
ter, J. W. Crum, Jr., J. ordoin Brab
bamn, B. W. Miley and Francis F. Car
Trying to Save Father.
"The songs you- and your daughters
sing and the darig costumes you
wear!" exclaimed thesserious woman.
"Yes," replied Mrs. McGuidiey, "we
don't like 'em much oursfives, but -we
feel it's our duty to pake home at
tractive and keep fsther away from
those extravaganza s~hows."
Carping Passenger-Why didn't'youI
let me' out at Thirtenth .street, as I
asked you to? -
Happy Conductior-Oi'mi sorr-y th'
trouble 01 gev fe, ma'amn, but 01
thought It a shame t''lave sich a pury
leddy near sich en unlucky number
Oi'm sbpakin' trg!h-Puck.
"I thought I ,-rould be -clever last
Christmas, so gave my wife some
good cigars a present."
"Then, of c urse she givtretmto
"She did thing ofthekind. She
kept them r company, and wor.(t let
me have o evenr then."
+We are still closing out our Dry
+~ Goods, Shoes, Notions, Clothing, 4
4 Millinery, etc., and we are ~offer
+img some special values in Ladies'
+ Queen Quality Oxfords and Men's
i Crossett Oxfords. Almost any~.
+ shape or leather to select from.. ii
We are giving a su stantial eui~
4 on these well known makes of
+ Qxfords. 1
+We are closing out this depart-4+
+ment and you can buy a nice hat
Sfor less than one-half the regular
SIt will pay you to visit the Big
Store before you make your Spring +
Pickens, - - . So. Car.
Announcements For County Commissioe
.. of Liberty, announce him as a candi
For House of Rpenttvsdate forCominissionerof PickensCounty,
The friends of JAMES P. CAREY, JR2' subject to the choice of the Demcai
ereby announce him as a candidate for voters in the coming primary election.
ember. of the House of nereeta-1
tives from Pickens cut, sujeet tot At the earnest solicitation of friends,
he action of the Demorai vpterg in I offer myself as a candidate for re
the primary election. e~leetion to the office of Couuty Commis
sioner, subject to the action of the
For Auditor .Democratic primary election.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
ate for Auditor of Pickens county, At the solicitation of friends I hereby
ubject to the acetion of the Democratic anounce mself' as a candidate for re-:
oters in the primary election. ~ election to teoffice of Commissioner of '
HENRY A. TOWNES. Pickens county, subject to the action of
the Democratic party in the .primary
I hereby announce myslf a candidate election. J. M. LAWRENgE
for re-election to the offce of Auditor of *
ikens County, subject to the action of
the Democratic pmayelection.
The friends of GREG T. MAULDIN You save the whip and enegy by -
nnounce him as a candidate for the using the Wood Mowing Machine. ,Get
ffice of County Auditor for Pickens one at .Pickens Harware & Grocery Co.
ounty, .subject to the rules of the
emocratic primary election. All persons are hereby notified not to
trespass on any of my lands for any pur
For Treasurer **-g1-aLancaster, prT. F. Hooper,
aotunesomle as a canddate for the Wanted-Several bushels of Popcorn.
office of Treasurer of Pickens county, Craig Bros. Co., Pickens.
subject to the action of the voters in Iwatobutoorheedznc
e Democratiprr H.lection. tie between the ages of one and three
BENET' y.PO E ars, and a few mule colts. R. A.
Heter, Liberty, S. C., R. 3. 48tf
I hereby announce myslf acandidate
for re-election to the ofieof Treasurer This week it is cut prices on hoes,.
f Pickens county, subject to the action plows and sweeps. Cofe 7 pounds,
f te vters inT thFeortirmr 20 pons rice 2 oundsg fo 1
At the solicitation of many of myprc cut.
friends I here announce myself as a BesrtoeeheWlrA.od
candidate for office of Treasurer ofMoigacnebfryuby.Sl
ikens couny subject to the action of b h he i .s ikn ad
the Democrati party in the a roach-fwr&GocyC.7
ng primary election. R. L.HAMES. -__
For Judge of ProbateFo
I hereby announce myself as a candi-th
date for re-election to the office of Pro -G
bate Judge of Pickens County. subject
election. J. B. NEWBERY.
For Superintendent of Educatio
I herehy announce myself as a candi- IeTaGlss,5an 75
date for re-election to the office of St
County Superintendent of Education,
subject to the action of the DemocraticE xr hev Tubrsta
primary election. R. T. HALLUM. wilsad om knc,50
For Supervisor St
The many friends of the Hon. E. F. Nie eimwigtT -
OOPER hereby announce him as a can-J lr,2CSt
didate for the office of Count rvi- Sr l
o.subject to the rules of temo-pPtces,2
cratic party in the primary election,. n 0 ah ro
At the solicitation of friends I offer
yself as a candidate for re-election t ozn
he office of Supervisor of Pickens' Eo myFutJsne f
ounty,'subject to the action of theth beto temaktw n
emocratic primary.JAE .CAG
At the ea est soiiainof friendsDze fohafglnsz.
Ioffer myse as a candidate for Coroner St
f Pckes onty suject to the choic
of the Denlocratie voters in the coming
primary eljetion. .J. R. BURGESS. ~cSt
At the solicitation of friends I offerCO E T S E S
myself asia candidate for re-election to
the ofc'of Coronor of Pickens county
subjeto the action of the Demfocratie:C rs o