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he Kind You Have
ALCOOL 3 PER EAlways Bought
A -do Bears the
nvi e .-: S. C,
- - Lalve enjoyed.the patronageot therbaders
fThe entinel for more than 20 years. I
have appreciated this patronage and have
d to give"Value Received." I am now
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
- Prices," and if goods are ne t as represented
I AM RESPONSIBLE, and will make-them
right. Come to reenville Come in to
see us. We-will, take great pleasure in
showing you dur goods, and if goods and
price suit you-igill begliad to sell you, and
should they not suit, we will appreciate the
call just the sarnie.
11l PEPSI-Cola crowns bearing
the word' "Greenville" on inside
under cork disk will be redeemed
Ask is Merchsant
There's a great reason- why you should
drink JPEPSI-Cola. It is' healthful.
EVERYTHING which i't brings you is 100
per cent. PURE benefit and enjoyment. Flavor is
delicious-i-are. .Effect is wholesome, satisfyirg
quick to refresh. It QUENCHES thirst .with its
tart, fruit flavo#.
"There's a Difference"
Make Her Pay
Pkgs. 50c 1s lb. pas'l $OOC.00sse
Used in housaof daires. Itasoothesand feeds
the nervouSsyse and acts bmfcayon th mnil
g btrul.big pronts. Refuse substitutes
insist on Frtt
S Get Pratts Alaanc--E
Sold and Guaranteed by Folgar, Thornley & Co. 5557
iThe Best Form of Investment
- is a savings account in an institu- ~
tion like this, where you not only
- G get "your money back," but with
- it-the accumulation of 5 per cent .
interest, which we compound*
semi-annually. Tihe longer .you
- - -leave it with us the longer you'll
like it in the end, the more you'll
S appreciate the advantage of let-?
Sting your money work for you as
X bard as you worked fornt. Fuller
+ information on request.
.TH.E KEOWEE BANK~
Pickens, S. C.
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Home Coming Week
At Clemson Coliege
Clemson College, July 28.--Ap'
roximately one thousand for
er students and graduates of
lerfison College have already
eplied to their invitations, sig
ifying their intention of being
resent -for "Home Coming
eek," the big reunion occa
ion .which will take place at
lemson College from nloon of
ugust 27th. to noon of August
1st. It is planned to make
his one of the greatest affairs
f the kind ever held by anly
outhern college. The actept
nces already received make it
ertain that the capacity of
lemson's large barracks will be
axed to accomodate those who
P'resident W. M. Riggs is do
ig everything possible to haye
ivitations reach every one of
te six thousand men who have
ttended Clemson. Many in'vi
ations, however, have been re
urned -unclaimed and it is de
sired that any former Clemson
en who have not yet received
ivitations write to the presi
ent. It is the college's purpose
o make "Home Coming Week"
memorable event in the lives
f all who attend and it is de
sired that all Clemsonites re
eive notice of the occasion.
The attendance will have to
e limited to former students
nly, becauseof limited facilities
t will .be impossible to take care
f even the wives of those who
are "coming back." The act
ommodations will be sufficient
for only the alumni and. ex
students themselves, so large
will the number of these be.
A most enjoyable program is
being arranged for the five days
f "Home Coming Week."
he details of this will be an
ounced later. Especially at
tractive features will be prepared
for Friday, Saturday and Sun
day, the 28th, 29th, and 30th,
The following list contains the
ames of all former Clemson
en from Pickens county.
Anderson, J. R.
Anderson, E. T.
Anthony. W. M.
Barker, F. H. .'
Boggs, J. C.
Boggs, K. WV.
Boggs, H. I.
Baroughs, C. C.
Bowers. W. McG.
Bowen, S. M.
Bowen, J. H.
Bowen, T. A.
Bowen; R. E.
Bowen, R. E. Jr.
Brown, P. J.
Carey, J. P. Jr.
Chapman, H. M.
Chapman, H, R.
Clyde, W. L,
Cockran, J. T.
Davis, J. B.
Doyle, 0. M\.
Earle, Ed win
Field, J. 0.
Field, B. G.
Freeman, WV. E.
Gaines, ZR. E.
Garrison. F. M.
Garrett, T. M.
Garvin, E. C.
Gillespie. L. D.
Green, E. B. -
Hamilton, E. L.
Hendricks, L. L,
Hendricks, J. M.
Hendricks, J 4.
Hendricks, C. .
Hester, P. H. -
Hendricks, B. L
Hunter, H. M.
Hunt, W. L.
Butchings, J. M.
MiE VAST EXHIBIT PALACE OF
national ExpoaAo Company.
western- portal- orentranceway of th
' of Vigor and Is 113- feet In, height B:
)me,-which-was designed- by Mr. Jule:
9, left are seen -some of the ornamental
on opens at ban Francisco i Februai
Kay, L. M.
Kat, R. -B.
-Kirksey, J. K. Jr.
SLawrence. W. B.
Law-rence, J. Henry
Lawrence, J. Hamilton
Lawrence, Br. R.
Lewis, H. C.
Lewis, F. A.
Lewis, E. E. -
Lauldin, . .
Lawreni, . Henr
Loalln, . Hmlo
LMenit, L. B.
LMewis, H. C.
Lende, F. E.
rtie, B. A.
Maoisn, G. F.
Robinson, C. W.
Robinso, F. C
MSMeaton . .
Smithc, W. 0
Smith, T. .
Soer, . B.
Tihema, H. A.
Wrbnok, J. C.
Roinas, T. C.
SWltam, S. E.
Smite, R. F.
Smit, W. T.
Bsw, . ..
Toms, L. P
WBon, .. ..
Brwi, A. J..
Wilhapmn. F. .
Earle-, J. .
Eate, D. .
Get, J. K.
Gsa, L. C
Baoodn, . T.
areut, R. .
Eiggins J. H.
Earle, D. .
Hurttn, W. C.
Galia, L. C.
ald, C. B.
audi, R. .
Hille, . D..
Higgins.n . B.
HRoberto, D. G.
Hutins. . L.
Stewart, I, M.
aldr, . .
Mulinm. W. F.
iller, . .
Robertson , . F. lknw
Sogtwarstoc S Chabrli'
llims Jo F. utmes fe
reevin D.e heli a well knownl
maersckhant ofaysiethat one5
salbougtstock of Chamberlain's
edicin Choleaob able toarrhoe
Remey thewrmmr to hismutmrs fe
than .the cost of his entire stock
of these medicines. For sale by
.Don't take Calomel
For Torpid Liver
stipation and liver remedy tht'
.'entle, safe and sure. Get a box to.
from E6t Springs, Ark, are' surely
fie to tone up the liver, give you a
Ihearty appetite, drive the poison from
the bowels and make youfelsplendid
-all druggists 25 cents.
IFree sample LIVER BUTTONSan~d booklet
. ,ut the famous Hot Springs Rheumatism
,e 0edy and Hot Springs Blood Remedy from
oL Spings Cemic'al Co.. Hot Sprinags, Art.
,~ millrans Drne Company
?aded to A
r huge Palace 'of Food Products. The
rilliant, riotous colors are employed ini
Gue-in, one of the most celebrated
shrubs that will be in bloom when the
In Third District
Followin~g are the places and1
date for the speakers in this
con esional district:
Anderson, Thursday, July 30.
Waihalla. Friday, July 31.
Pickens, Saturday, Aug. 1.
The Best Medicine in the World
"M'i little girl had dyserntery
very bad. I thougcht she would
die Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy cured
her, and I can truthfully say
that I think it is the best medi
cine in the world,". writes Mrs.
William Orvis, Clare, Mich, For
sale bysalI deales.-Adv.
Col. R. A. Thompson
When it was reported last
week that Col. R. A. Thomp
son of W alhalla was passing to
the great beyond, The Ander
son Mail contained the following
tribute: "In his boyhood Col,
Thompson learned the printer's
trade, and he worked for a while
on a newspaper at old Pendle
ton. That was long before the
civil war. L4er he studied law,
and in 1860 he was a practicing
attorney at old Pickens, and his
standig was such that he. was
elected a member of the Seces-.
sion Convention. 'He is the last
surviving member of the patri1
ots who signed the ordinance
that severed South Carolina
from the Union. This was done
in Charleston in December, 1860,
nearly fifty-four years ago.
When the war broke out he
volunteered, of course, and he
rose to the. command of a regi
After the war Oconee county
was cut off from Pickens, and
Wahalla was selected as the
county seat. Col. Thompson
located there and has lived there
ever since, editing the Keowee
Courier and practicing his pro
fession. and enjoying the love
and confidence of all the people.
Col. Thompson was a lawyer,
and a good one, but he spent as
much time in trying to get peo
ple to compromise their differ
ences as he ever spent in the
court rooiin. He was the friend
and counsellor, without' fee or
reward, of a hast of people. ,He
was a lawyer who discouraged
Col. Thompson was not an
assertive man; he did not push
himself forward as ,many men
have done; but he was a mran of
fine intellect and strong mind,
and the people of his .section
rcognized these qualities and
they always honored him when
they could. No man ever stood
higher in the esteem of his
friends and neighbors.
A good and great man is pass
ing from us. He has had a long
life, and it has been filled with
honors and good works. His
'time has come, and he is going
'to the'reward promised the
Notice to Debtors and Creditors
All esosholding claims against the
'estate of the late Larkin Hughes must
present the same duly proven on or be
fore the 15t day of Auut, 1914, or be
debarred payment: and all persons in
debted to said estate must make pay
ment on or before the above date to the
undersigned. T. J. MAULDIN,
INotice to Debtors and Creditors
All perso.ns holding claims against the
Iestate of the late F. B. Morgan must
present the same duly proven on or be
If,,re the 15,th day of August, 1914, or be
Idebarred payment; and all persons in
debted to said estate must make pay
ment on or before the above date to the
Miss MArrIE . ~0GA,
13 - fxectors.
)SitiOnl in San
Copyright, 1914. by Panama Pacific Iate
Upon entering the main gates o:
will find he must traverse a vast str
bloom, where fountains play and grc
photograph herwith shows the Sout
delight exposition vIsitors. Thousan
world for the landscaping, which is
permits. There have been brought
and West Virginia, tulips fom Holla
them more than sixty feet In height
International Exposition opens In Ba
Snminons for Reliet
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens. (
Court of Common Pleas.
T. J. Bowen, M. L. Bowen, Mrs. L. M.
Berry, W. R. Bowen, S. H. Bowen.
N. Texie Bowen, and the heirs-at-law
and aistributees of Matilda Taylor,
R. E. Bower, John H. Bowen, Elvira
Halcombe, Janie Dalton, the number,
names and places of residence of whom
are unknown, Defendants.
You are hereby summoned -and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action, a copy of which is herewith
served upon you, and to serve a copy of
your answ~er on the subscrber at his
office at Pickens, .South aolina, with.
in ,twenty (20) days after the service
thereof, exclusive of the day of such
service; and if you fail to answer the
complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiffs in this act ion will a ply to
the court for the relief demand in the
Aondpacht of you are hereby notified
that the objectof this-action is the par
tition of certain real estate of the late
John Bowen'. deceased, and that no per.
sonal claim is made against any of you.
Dated July 21, 1914.
L. H. SMITH,
A. J. BoGGs [Seal] C. C. P.
To any and all such defendants as may
[be minors over the age of fourteen (14)
years, whose names, number and loca
tion are unknown to the plaintiffs, and
to such persons with whom any of the
defendant minors who may be under
fourteen (14) years of age may reside:
You are hereby notified .that the ob
object of this action is the pattion of
certain real estate of which John Bower
died, seized and possessed in the county
of Picker's, State of South Carolina;
and you are notified and summoned tc
procure for yourselves or for such mi
nors as may be under fourteen (14)
years of age and reside with you, the
appointment of a gug.rdian ad literm
within twenty (20) days from the ser
vice of this summons upon you, to'rep
resent each of you or em or your 01
their interests mn said action,. and t~hai
unless you procure for yourselves oi
them the appointment of such guardiaz
ad litem, the plaintiffs' attorney will
apply to the court for the 'appointmeni
of some suitable person~to act as guar
dian ad litem to represent your or thei~i
respective interests herein at the expi
ration of twenty (20) days after the
service of this notice and summons up
on you; and further take notice, thai
the summods in this action, of whick
the above ~is a copy, and the complainti
herein were filed in- the office of thE
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas of thE
State and county aforesaid on the 21s1
day of July, 1914. L. H. SMITH,
, . Plaintiffs' Attorney.
To the absent defendants, to-wit
The heirs-at-law and distributees oi
Matilda Taylor, R. E. Bowen', John H.
Boen, Elvira Halcombe, and JaniE
Dalton, who are not minors, and whosE
names, number and places of residence
Take notice that thie siunmons in this
Iaction, of which the above is a copy.
Iand the complaint herein were filed iu
'the office of the'Clerk of Court of Com
Imon Pleas of the State of South Care
'lina, county of Pickens, on the 21st dal
of July, A. D. 1914. L. H.- SMITH.
Notice to Old Soldiers
The surviving soldiers of the Confed
erate States in Picken's county are re
Iquested to meet in each township oi
August 1 at 3 p. m. for th~e purpose 0:
electing a representative 'to meet at the
court house on the -first Monday in Sep
tember, to elect a county pension bear
for the year 1915. The place for meet
ing for each township is as follows:
Easley at Easley.
Liberty at Liberty.
Central at Central.
Pickens at Picker's,
Nimmons at Mile Creek.
Eastatoe at Antioch Church.
Pumipkintown at Sutherland's Store
Dacusville at Looper's Gin.
When assembled they shall organiz
by electing a chairman and a secretar
by ballet, and an ex-Confederate -sol
dier and not a -holder or an applican'
foeansion as a representative 6f sai
All receiving pensions now will cor
tinue to get pensions. '
J. B. NTEWBERY,
Send your iiext or
der for printing t<
The Sentinel anc
have it printed
Francisco in 1915
A FAIRYLAND .N THE GREAT SOUTH GARDEN
the PanamaPacfie International Exposition from an
tch of landscaped -grounds, wherin are s't.mHln
ups of- statuary are set at. Intervals. This1,a the
h Gardens as they are today and gives a glimpse of - -
s of rare trees, palms ind shrubs have beei brought.
:rried on in that sumptuous waY whie'h the, mi4ropical
o' San Francisco giant tree ferns from A r
id, b na plants from, Hawaii and> Central Am
and of great girth, have been traosplant6dtot
HE SAVED HIMSELF FROM
J.-E. Erwin -Says Mafr's Stomach husa tte er
Remedy Brought Him As- have found ree ntik I
. . treatment. -Teis
tonishing Relief. ngtaent.
J. E. Erwin of winston-Salem, N. C., clears thets
was for a long while the victim of seri- aderetions . ......es .
ous disorders of the stomach. . He tried ter. It
all kinds of treatments and had many, from n
doctors. Many say ita v
Oneday hetooka trIaloseof May's erOen
tonished at the results. ye helph he Because of -tile'
sought had corne. .He wrote: Ithis reme y'tliere 'iiay
"rm satisfied through personal use serdbe cautious..3 .B r'id
of the life-saving pwersaof .your Won- Go to Pieune.i g
derful -Stomach Rmedy. You ,have the wonderful
few~ weeks more had it not been for to Geo. H~M
your remedy. I atn enclosing a list of Whiting St. -Ch~
fiend fferers who ought torhave some,,ongo~mach aleta
of your remedy." .- letters frddipeojd w&i
IMr. Erwin's experience is a proof of 'sord -Ayd
the merit of'the remedy. (ust such enf wonderful effects CAd' "
-Notice ... w
The State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Whereas, a petition from the -free -
holders and electors of Rnlumiah School
District Number 5 has been filed with
the County Board of Education asking
that an election be held 'to determine
of six mills shall be levied on said dis-'
trict for school purposes.
Therefore, it is ordered that the trus
tees of the above-named-'districtdo hold " ~ -
an election, in said* district on the 1st
day of Augurst, 1914, at the schoolhouse.
The -trustees are hereby appointedman
agens, the election to be conducted in
accordance with section 1742 of'the gen
By order of the County'Boaidof" Ed
ucation. .R. T. HALLUM,
12- Secy. and Chairman.
The State of- South Carolina, - U
County of Pickens. Th cb iIA~
'Wherebs, a petition. from the free. Unfi fre)NW~ ~
holders and electors of Glassy Mountain here's $1,000 foreynUr
School District No. 32has beenfiledwith mention it-emysin
the County Board of Education asig The Actor ,,
that an election be held .to determ' e mange
whethernor not aA additional speciallevy nts' anyhew tonigh
of one mill shall beleviedon said district
for school purposes.
Therefore, it is ordered that the trus- Ya'
tees of the above-named districtdo hold 'what eould' be13
an eletion in said district on the' 1st man without a o ur ~ 1
dayof August, 1914, at the school house. high' school liflture
The trustees are hereby appoi ted man- eas
agers, the. election to .be con iucted m -'"A t- tet
accordance with section 1742 of the a ygrjsta
By order of h County Board of Ed- Woman's Home ComPanien.
uation. R. T. HALLUM,
12 Secretary and Chairman. ' On the Othe Iand. - "
ICauses of Stomach Troubles to e9 *tansi
I ~'Perha," rep~od
SSedentary -habits. lack of out- tkm bt on
door exercise, insufficient masti- wat - _.
cation of food, constipation, a *
torpid liver, worry and anxiety, at:4.kk
overeating,partakingof foodand 'ny-Her'husand a
drink not suited to your age and when he :died, and he -let~h %
occupation. Correct your habits iion.' ~~
and take Chamberlain's Tablets Daisy-They had be
and you will soon be well again.- 1ears, I think.'
For sale by all dealers.-Adv. nyw-~ Just
Uphod AU Our Lines'
as being among the very highest -
qualities in Groceries. Our Tea,
SCoffee, Flour, Sugar, Butter, Co
coa, Rice, Oatmeal, Canned and
t ~Glass Goods of all kinds are posi
tively guaienteed tobe freshanld' "- ''I
-tpure and of the standard grades
.throughout. .We 4eliver orders
- soon after they are given and our
+prices are acknowledged to be ex
-tremely low when considered w ith
Sthe quality of our goods.
Pickens Hardware & (Irocr
-|- Pickens, South Carolina