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Por ?n~tAid att
The Kind You Ifaw
C 3 T Always Bought
A. . Prk
Greenville, =:- 5. C
I have enjoyed the F atronageot 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,
Ta nd Hosiery
Thes arethe 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 will make them
right. Come to Greenville. Come in to
see us. We will take great pleasure in
I showing you our goods, and if goods and
price suit you will be glad to sell you, and
sholdthey not suit, we will appreciate the
All PEPSI-Cola crowns bearing
* the word "Greenville" on inside
under cork disk will be redeemed
at 5c each.
Ask the Merchant
iThere's a great reason why you should
drink PEPST-Cola. It is healthful.
EVERYTHING which it brings you is 100
per cent. PURE benefit and enjoyment. Flavor is
delicious-rare. Effect is wholesome, satisfying
quick to refresh. It QUENCHES thirst with its
tart, fruit flavor.
"There's a Difference"
]After This Rain i
If you will apply 200 lbs. to the
n .acre.of our 9-6,.or our 4-10-2, or
S4-7-2 to your cotton it will help it ~
You want to make all the cotton
. you can this year, and you, want j
- to hurry it up so that it will ma- n
M ture and open early. It pays to y
Sside dress CORN.
SAnderson Phosphate & Oil Co. 9
ANDERSON, S. C.
Make Her Pay
Pkgs. 50c: 1 - ib pai ..O ~
Used in 4* mre.3 It~uyoohenna e
-thenervous ema~a ncreasin27O the milkndM
theofits. Refs sbtnknitute
qslia 5n~t P ""-- -euesbttte
. et A aaned-yFogr,& Thre & o 5
Sld ani ~. aruiteed b~ i.olgar 'ilornley 5. Co ,5~7
[Too late for last week.)
Miles P. Singleton is some bet
ter at this writing.
Miss Anna Hughes visited her
father, I. G. Hughes. last week.
Miss Zoa McCombs visited her
sister, ~virs. Emma Garren, last
Crops are looking ffne in this
community. Corn 'is looking
well since the rain.
This section was visited by a
heavy rain July 4, which will
do the crops much good.
Mrs. W. T. Smith, who is con
fined to her room with pellagra,
is some better at this writing.
Mrs. L. S. Edens of Marietta
route 1 visited her mother, Mrs.
Myra Turner of Dacusville, last
Mrs. J. L. Duncan and family
of Greenville county visited Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Friddle one day
I. G. Hugh--s, 61' years old,
has the biggest smile on his face
you ever saw. The stork vis
ited his home on the 2d and left
a fine boy.
Messrs. Willie Robinson, Hu
bert Robinson and Andrew Ste
phens have treated themselves
to new top buggies.
It seems like the candidates
are rather slow about announc
ing for the county offices. They
do not want the offices as bad as
hey did two years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Jones of
Easley route 6 and Mrs. W. N.
Hughes of Greenville visited W.
T. Smith last Sunday, making
he trip in Mr. J. A. Jones' au
;omobile. OLD GRUNTER.
Not Wise To
Dodson's Liver Tone is just as
iure in results and always safe,
leasant in taste and has no bad
after effects. As a remedy for
a torpid liver calomel has more
ban 'met its match in Dodson's
bver Tone. This medicine does'
n6t roughly force the liver on to
perform its work. It acts gent
Iy but sure.
Calomel depends for its power
apon exciting tlie liver to do.
ore work, and often the liver is
;o weak to stand such treat
nent, and after taking calomet
oni are as a result sometimes
worse off than before.
Dodson's Liver Tone cannot
ause any of the dangerous ef
ects that often follow the use
~alomel. It is entirely vegetable
grid pleasant to the taste, and is
uitable for children and grown
Get a 'large bottle for fifty
ents at The Pickens Drug Co.
inder the guarantee that if it
oesn't satisfy you that it per
ectly takes the place of calomel
ou will be given your money
ack with a smile right at the
tore where j'ou bought.Dodsonl's
Dead Negro Captured
The copse of Jim Alexander,
which disappeared from the city
zal at Easley, where it was lay
ing in wait for the coroner's in
ruest, was not stolen, but was
removed by relatives of the dead
egr'o before the inquest was
held. Chief McKinney went to
[beitv, where the body had
een -carried for "settin up," and
~ook it back to Easley, where the,
nquest was held Tuesday night
about 10 o'clock.
If Uncle Sam
A large stock of everythini
oom suits $ 15.oo and up.]
natch; just the thing for this co
Don't you need a cook sto
hem. and our prices are right.
Sewing 1Vachines and Org
Pianos, and the Hoosier Kitche1
E. L>A& G. B.
To The Public.
Mr. Editor:-I am very sorry
to trouble you again, but I am
like every man who tries to be
anybody, I-have enemies and
they won't let -mie alone. I
have tried to get my own con
sent to stay out 6t pohitics this
year and I Am still trying. In
the meantime my enemies, who
are a pack of dirty lying cowards
have continued to put out damn
able lies on me. I care nothing
for what they think or say about
me except that I wish my friends
to know that those who circu
late anything against me are
just a pack of dirty lying cow
ares, that they are infamous
chaiacter thieves and not worth
noticing. I have preferred to
stay out of politics this year for
several good reasons, and if I
had been let alone by my filthy,
1 y i n g, cowardly enemies, I
would haye stayed out.
I do not care who runs for of
fice against me as I feel that I
am able to take care of myself
with anybody. I hope that
whoever runs will run on their
own merits and not allow them
selves pulled into a bitter fight
by a pack of slanderers who only
care to hurt me and ca, e nothing
for the good of the country. I
have no ill will against anybody
who wishes to enter any race
with me and will conduct a clean
campaiin so far as possible. I
have my faults but my life is
without spot or blemish, regard
less of what my stinking ene
mies might say. I sometimes
think that I should not notice
these things- because my perse
cutions are nothing to compare
with those of our Lord, who was
crucified tby the very people he
was trying to help and I am only
sorry that I cannot say as he
did, "Father, forgive theih, for
they know not what they do."
Please 'publish the above in the
interest of justice and I will try
and not trouble you to publish
another with so much smell of
fire and "brimstone in it. I
would not ask you to publish this
free of cost.
No doubt some will say that I
should put the stripes on them.
To do this would mean the pun
ishment of low down men who
are being used as tools to do the
dirty work of the real Satans
who -keep themselves hidden,
and who are afraid to come out
in the light and let the world
know, who they are. If they)
would show themselves I would
disgrace the chain gang by put
ting them in it too quick to talk
about or build a school for poor
hildren out of their wealth, if
they have it.
I have fought the battles of
the working people for these
years. and I would hate to see
them deceiyed by their enemies
and their minds poisoned against
their true and tried friend by
lies and misrepiesenitations.
Look out for the lies! -3
E. P. MCCRAVEY.
Causes of Stomach Troubles
Sedentary habits, lack of out
dooi exercise, insufficient masti
cation 'of food, constipation, a
torpid liver, worry and anxiety,
drink not suited to your age and
ccupation.. Correct your habits
and take Chamberlain's Tablets
and you will soon be well again.
For sale by' all dealers -Adv.
Paul and Silas are the namres of twin
boys living nejr Pickens. They should
rake good men.
our paying teller's window
he couldn't hand out the
cash mores promptly than is
done now. The Keowee
Bank carries an ample cash
reserve to meet all demands
at sight. Its deposits are .
guaranrmed by the capital
and surplus and also by the 4
standing of its stockholders
and officers. Your account
Sin the Furniture line. Bed
Feather Beds and pillows to
Id weather. Blankets too.
ye or steel range? We have
ans. Agents for the Schulz
rijwAJ, Ns, u U TH vA I6m1 W
Statement cf the Condition of
The Pickens Bank
Located at Pickens, S. C.,
At the close of business June 30, 1914
Loans and Discounts... . V231.678.56
Overdrafts.............. 1,743 92
Bonds and Stocks owned
By Bank.............. 3.20000
Furniture and Fixtures. 2,324.28
Banking House.......... 10,711.84
Other Real Estate (owned 2.737.78
Due from Ban vs and Bankers 9,e44.16
Gold....................--- - 150
Silver and minor Coin..... 1,162.50
Checks and Cash Items... 243.52
Total............ . $268,111.56
Capital Stock Paid In.... $ 20,500.00
Surplus Fund............ 40,0W.00
Undivided Profits, less Cur
rent Expenses and Taras
Due to Banks and Bankers .6,864.26
Dividends unpaid,......... ,1,025 00
Individual Deposits subject .
to Check................ 95.051.96
Savings Deposits.......... 87,043 50
Cashier's Qhecks......... - 74.64
Notes and Bills Rediscounted 10,00000
Other Liabilities, viz; In transit 10.00
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Before me came Frank McFall ,cash
ier of the above named bank, who
beine duly sworn, says that tihe above
and foregoine statement is a true con
dition of said bank, as shown by the
books of said bans.
Sworn to and sabscribed before me,
this 6th day of July, 1914.
W. L. MATFHENY, (seal.)
Notary Public for South Carolina.
J. M'D. BRUCE, )
FRANK M'FALL Directors.
J. M. STEWART,
Statement of the Condition of the
Farmers and Merthants Bank,
located at-Liberty. S. C.,
at the close of business June 30, 1914.
Loans and Discounts........ $58,222 26
Furnitute and Fixtures....... 1,656.46
Banking House.... ....... 1,791.79
Due from Banks and Bankers 3220.65
Silver and other Coin........ 213.23
Checis and Cash Items _--__-. 270.97
Capifal Stock Paid In.. $15,000 00
Surplus Fund................ 1,150.00
Undivided profits less Current
Expenses and Taxes Paid.-- 864.89
Individual Deposits Subject Lo
Time Certificates of Lth-posit.. 8,231.61
Cashier's Checks............ 123.00
Bills payable..including Certi
ficates for Money Borrowet 18,00.00
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens
Before 'me came W. H. Chapman,
Cahier of above named bank, who, be
ing duly sworn, says that the above and
foregoing ttatement is a true c,.ndation
of said bank, as shown by the books of
said bank. WV. H. Chapman.
Sw'orn to and subscribed before me
this 6th day of July, 1914.
W B. Glenn.
J. F. CRANE. ~ ierr
Sloth a Desperate Evil.
Sloth is the most dangerous or vices,
or at least the hardest to be cured.
Guesses at Truth.
Sufferers Find Swift Relief By
Use of This Remarkable
Stomach sufferers in the Southeast
and, in fact, all over the country have
found remarkable and efficient results
from the use of Mayr's Wonderful
Many have taken this remedy and teHl
today of the benefits they received. Its
effects come quickly-the first dose con
vinces. Here is what two Carolhna
folks have written:
W. R. DAVENPORT, Parker, N. C.
- "For years I have suffered from a
disease which puzzled doctors. I heard
of your remedy and one bottle gave me
reief. Your full treatment has about
J. E. ERWIN, Winston-Salem, N. C.
-"I am satisfied through personal use
of the powers of your remedy. You
have saved my life."
Statement of thg
Located at Pickens, S. C., at th
R ESOt RCES
Loans and Discounts. ... .. -.. t4'S.98
Furniture and Fixtures~..... -..... .00
Due from flanks and Rankers... -500 075
Total ........... ..-.------- ---- 6 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF PICK ENS.
Before me came Jno. C. Carey. Cashier of
sas the above and foregoing statement is a tri
oSWornl tand subscribed before me this 6th di
.J. P. CA REY,1
A. J. BOGGS, ~Directors.
1. P. CAREY JR
The High C
Hudson Family Reunion
Upon the morning of the 4th
there gathered at the home of
Mrs. Hudson of near Bethel a
large concourse of people who
bear the name of Hudson. and
othe rs who were connected with
the family, with those who
wished to be kin. These met
according to a family custom of
some years' standing to celebrate
the day of independence and to
draw the family closer to each
other by enjoying the day to
Beyond a feeling of sadness
because of those who had gone,
the day was one of pleasure and
profit. Jim and Prince, two of
the boys, who are gifted in song,
entertained and elevated us with
inspiring selections of song. Bro.
Dave Parrish, Joab Hudson and
your humble scribe spoke in a
happy way, receiving the clos
.est attention and giving advice
that was worth heeding. The
dinner hour was one long to be
remembered. The Mrs. Hudsons
can cook and the heads of the
i households are good providers
and the best of food was there
in abuhdance, much remaining
after the multitudes were fed.
The evening hours were spent
as the various parties elected,
relating remIniscences of the
past, singing, or laying the foun
dation for future romance. '
The hour of- parting came all
too soon, but was made more
tolerable because of thefact that
they hoped to meet again next
year at the home of Mrs: Mary
Hudson, widow of the late Ma
rion Hudson. INTERLOPER.
Rampey Family Reunion
A beautiful event at Liberty
on the Fourth was the reunion
of the Rampey family, which
the children gave in honor of
their father and mother.
At 1 o'clock it was a beautiful
scene to see their children and
grandchildren. who numbered
36 in all, gathered around the
tables under the pretty shade
trees, where the dinner was
The most touching scene was
the blessings asked upon the
family by their son. Mr. A. Ram
pey, and the singing by a l. The'
children who attended were Mr.
and Mrs. W.. A. Brooks, Mr. and
Mrs. C. S. Porter. Mr. and Mrs.
J r. Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Rampey of Liberty; Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Davis of Pickens,
and Mrs. Will Rogers of West
minster. Those attending bc
sides the family were Mrs. E. D.
Brooks and Mrs. Maude Wim
After spending a most pleas
ant day which will never be for
gotten, they all returned to their
jhomes with pleasant memories
.of this glorious Fourth. ***
A fea and a fly in a flue'
Were imprisoned: now~ what could they
Said the fl, "Let us flee."
"Let us fl," said the flea.
And they flew through a flaw in theflue.
-Our Dumb Animals.
These statements come from letters
among thousands. This remed is
known arid used thogout the Unted
States. It has a recr of results and
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remed
lears the digestive tract of muod
accretions and removes poisonous mat
ter. It bring swift relief to sufferers
from stomach, liver and bowel troubles.
Many say it has saved them from dan
gerous operations and many are sure it
has saved their lives. .,
Because of the remarkable success of
this remed there are many imitators,
so be catous. Be sure it's MAYR'S.
Go to Pickens Ding Co. and ask about
the wonderful restilts ithas been aecom
plshing in cases they know of-or send
to Ge. H. Mayr,Mfg. Chemist, 154-156
Whiting St., Chicago, Ill., for free book
on stomach ailments and many grtful
letters from pole who have ben re
Istor. Any drggst can tell you its
Iwonderful effects. -Adv.
SCondition of the
e close of business June 30, 1914.
ICapita! Stock Paid In............ ..2 .000 00
surpu Fuudn.... . . ..... .... 1,000 00
ses and Taxes Paid............... 3,118 6'
Due o aks and flankers .... 8
Indvdua Deposits Suibject toCeek 20,00s2
Saving Deposits................. 10,008 9:2
Cashers Check' .... ..... ......... 80 37
Bill payable, i n dn certificates ..1,0 0
Total....... .................#74.796 4
Lh B codtin of a i Bank, as how by te book
.1N0. C. CA REY.
0.o JS . EA'R T, Notary Public for S. C.
ost of Living
will not be so high for you when
you get the habit of buying all
Syour Groceries from us. We car
ry only the purest and best
grades-the kind that the crit
itical users of Groceries always*
Swant. We have all the standard
goods and our prices are most
~moderate. But the quality is the
one point that we insist on most,
Your basket of Groceries, bought
here, carries satisfaction.
vare & Grocery
eeoe9..9........99......... 9... 9... .. 9......9.
Abstract of New Requirements
For Voting in the Primaries
The State Democratic convention has declared existing rolls of
Democratic clubs null and void.
Democrats must enroll themselves on the book of the club district
in which they reside in order to vote in primary next Auust.
White Democrats, 21 years of age (or those who will. reach that
age before the succeeding general election), who have been residents
of the state for two years and of the county for six months prior to
the succeeding general election and of the club district 60 days prior
to the first primary following their offer to enroll,-are entitled to
enroll in the book of their club district to vote in the primary elec
tion, provided they are citizens of the United States and of South
The book of enrollment for each Democratic club in the state will
be opened by-the secretary of the club on or before the second Ties
day in June, 1914.. .
Democrats who wish to enroll in order to vote in the prItary
elections must present themselves in person to the secretary and sign
the roll, giving their age, occupation'and postoffice addressi (and
street and number of their house wbere thdse designations exist.).:
In case he is unable to write, the applicant for enrollment must.
make his mark on the book of the club district in which he resides, k
and the secretary will put his name on the book.
Notice will be given by county chairmen of- the names of the.see-.
retaries of clubs and where books of enrollment are to be opened.
The books of enrollment will be closed and filed with the county
chaimen on the last Tuesday in July.
THE GRl'AT BLOW PU -
A successful remedy for Rood Poison m
airBlood Diseases At an DIrggist $L -
FPP . POPMAN CO_
Editor Sentinel:-The last cen
sus of the United Stats shows
that only 72 out of every 100 SHOULD F1GUttE- FRO I U
white children, 6 to 14 -vears of ON HOUSEHOLD MENU
age. of native white parents,are
attending school in South Caro
na. The same census shows May or May Not e
that in Ohio, where the law" re- omosM au*4PdrIAa Ahi
u s that aR children of soin
,and mind- go to school, 90 \ L M et
t every 100 white children -
attnda ibt and
he following letter from the to U =id 4 t
3uperintendentof publicinstruc- e'e
ion of Ohio. in reply to the.
uestions which I insert in pa
renthesis, will be of interest to annasken
yur readers who are interested Gr b
n education: . e _o_ me >O
I will answer your questions je2en A
f May 26 in the order in which d
you have raised them. Pher =u,
(1. Do you believe education sd e aoint
hs made greater Drogress in when ther Ae
yourstate under a compulsory But the a
I&wthan before such a law was desi- basagng
atha spca Cdmefs de seamm. BOO a*
assedl) e ne ts
"t certainly has. We would
return to the old way with- _. M hoviss
ut compulsory education under ee dh.admda
Uy consideration." out mea~t meae or anyind
2. Are the people trying to cor dOder tak jiar etf
etit repealed?) , j3ne corn- ordir emu
No. We know of no one may be used, but namet pat
king ay efucatito rpea the food a a a whJt
3Do you believe compul- ~ bd
oy educationl would advance
heprogress of the white people n . i e litte asys
South Carolina?) . eseran~ AaLaa#oCss
-Yes; certainly it will advance moe nts
thir education. It will brin lage
oe pupils into school, it will a pin otoia wl
elp them in school longer each unet flssaao aii -sd
yar, and they will certainly be broken ?bt t s
ien a better chance for an edu- s~~ m~~
caion, and a beter chance m w a~ so
i h race of life."-t a 'Up ts ul .
Sincerely yours, .ita
FuaNK W. MiLJER, S,upt..--eun g
Columbus, 0. . stirmad oeek
Replies from other states are andsre iosiae
jut as strong. to ue biatgu, w w
ours very truly, . nt wMh~ t
*E. H. BLAKE. :Convent Sopp-- ek two
Greenwood, S. -.fekSim~ra ht
tur t so mis
Surprising Cure ofStomach Add a bandk othqb.
.Trouble twa n r teS ,
When you haye trouble with back In s th as
our stomach or chronic consti
ption, don't imagine that your
ase is beyond help just because a d ?me
yur doctor fails to give. you re- so tx
i. Mrs. G. Stengle,?lainfield, lug gznuas..~mt i
N.J. writes: "Forover amonlth an evr
pst I have been troubled with sodeeaesy rb
my stomach. Everything I ate shapes oif chop~fane-one ama
pset it terribly. One of Chain- one turnp one toae solid
belain's advertising booklets a an
me to me. After raigabi it
a w of the letters from people ~"sa4a 4 Ii
who had been cured by Chain- ofcl soil , and co
elain's Tablets, .I decidedto er antin
ry them. I have taken nearly tos. M aara .i.e' .w.
tee-fourths of a package of soua eetyon genada
hm nd can now eat almost sa epe to tase Anoter
" verthing I want." For sale of bonling water will be regufatred
byal dealers-Adv. re u
Third Suniday at Enon .
The Libery'township inter
enominatioal singing conven- ratrcpu ut~in.t
io, will meet the 3rd Sunday,bettre ul ka.
Juy 19, with -Enon Baptist ~O*c~u frc ik~
hrch. All lovers of miusic are toteforihon
nited to come and spend thebrie.Flbterdcs
a, old songs will be sung as o h ~ n ba lmy~
well as new. Bring your books rdoew.5ue
andwell filled baskets. ac .
Gilstrap Reunion iZI ,
There will be a reunion of the teaus "
(3ltrap family at the Hardy
( ltrap old place, three miles _____ ~
souh of Pickens, August 1. All p pmn.
thefamily connection is expect- ~ ~ ~ cba
ed nd friends will be welcome. i. w
R.F. Smith, of Easley andbatesp l fiIa
__________mtogee r won e keasuiea
ture e ubobtls e oer
jo-gttr f hestte S e arer about a Uum ' 1
abot eerywee ortwohe eat thre ea unt the Ias
goodjob n Wahingon o theS Uor wth e r ~it r
tere.. baf adt frycto
mater it th Thrddisri the ixtr lanrd.ene
Any of themneotejobs lately?
sweig ed to CthmW~S
onetlth ctpe gwater iudua
trouble ofdenrollng hisnname onrer
adtvoe.-renvileedo tre add a taneanm
And he won'teejther----bwber
ry Obsrver.o + - --r a