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The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
In.se for 'o'er -3SyeM41a - brfie tesigfistu- of.
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy.~
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
Counterfeits, Imftations and '" Just-as-good " are but
Eiperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and-Children-Bxperience -gainst Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Casto! is a harmless substitute lor-Castor -Oil, Pare.
gorie, !ops and Soothin'g Syrups. It is pleasant. It
-oontains -neither Opium -Morphine nor other Naecoti
substance* Its-age is Its gutrauteev -it'desYr'6ys~Wo-ns
- and allays Feverishness. For nzore than. thirty years it
Js,~leenin constant use fortlbe, relief -al Coslipation,
Flatulency, .Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles - and
Diarrhea. - It regulates- the- -Stomach-and Bowels,
assimilates-the Food, giving-healtiy and naturast-eep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. -
.GENUINE CATORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signajure 'of
Tljj4YOdg fave Mways BOght
An Use oe OAr 30 -Yea -
THE CENTAUR COMPNY. N EW YORK C ITY.
-THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
A successful -remedy for Rheumatism, Blood Poisoa and
-all Blood Diseases.. -Atall Dviggists $1.00 -
F. V. uPPMAN CO., Savannah. Ga.
Greenville, := 5.C.
-I have enjoyed-the patronageo thereadrs -
of The Sentinel for more than 20 years. I
have appreciated this patronage and have
trid to giveValud Recdid'" -T 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,I
bought righe and--wifl--be-sold at "Right
Prices," and if godds are-net-as represented
--I AM -RESPONSBLE and wiHl makethdm
* right. Comne to .Greenaville.. .Comie in .to -
see us..- We will take .great pleasure.mu
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 "GresifilIo' onTn~sids
- -- ~under cork disk-..willbe- redeemedi. -
- .at,.ac each. . -
-. -- -Ther's-a great reasonl why yowr should
- drink PEPSI-Cola. It~ 'is healthful.
EVERYTHING~vhidli'i 1-rfigsydoii i100
- .per cent. PURE benefit and..enjynent. . Flaxor is
delicious--rare. Effect is wholesome, -satisfying
quick-to refresh. -I-t QUENCHES. thirst..with its
tart, fruit flavor. -- -
* --"There s a Difference"~
---5 Cents ~ ~ ~
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Schools -of M~edici and PhArnia -
.1. - Qwnitji& ontrolle ythe State -
- 86th Session Opens-October 1, 1914; Cos~ este3~ 1915 A
- ~rg~tf- COME TO
Ti boo ng~ randchot i ura ate vnflft e *l yea r inmdcean
- -S' -~OTH AIN~1 . STOARET, l~ E.-t44
- - --OUTeeMIN STREET
~ef you want sone prmt
2 of the-better kmnd ..
W.O.W. Have BigM
-Or Saturday, Sept. -,-a most IV
successful joint picnie-and -rally
was- held-at- Dacisville -by-Da-.
esville; -Cross Roads-and Cross
Plains eamps. The meeting-was
-held- in 'the - auiitoriurrof f-the W
-graded -sChool- -building-andc was -11,
-presided-- over by- Sov.-R P.- -p
-Thomas, C:-C. of the-Dacusville a
can-. - --- -- -~ -- -
Several apprope -elections H
were sung by-the-audience,;with
.Miss> -Pant-of- Rock---Hill at- the
- Prayer was--offered--by- -Hon. ei
---F-.-Ansel -of-(Greetiville.- - w
Introductory speeches- were SP
-made-by.C.-O: RP:' Thomas and n(
ov;-L., L; Smith, chairman -of in
committees -for -the threecamps.
Hon: John M- -Daniel-of Green
-tion of South-Garolina;-was first
introduced and delivered an-able
address - on --he --principles- -of
Woodcraft. -Then followed a -
-selection by -the audience- - -
- Hon-. C: A:-Power; head con- -
sul of jurisdiction of- South-Car- -
olina,--then spoke of- the-work-of
the order-in a general-way -and
-ga-ve a-lot-of- -information in-re
gard-to~the great-work the order
-is doing-for the -betterment-of
-the-moral condition-of mankind.
"Ame! ica'7- was--sung--by the
audience. -- - -
Hon--R F.--Ansel--of Green
able-address-,on-- -ove, -Honor
and Remembrance,"- the three
cardinal principlesof Woodcraft.
He also- finade some splendid-re
marks-along educational lines,
which were well--reeeived by the
- - -Hon.- B. -A. Morgan -of -Green
-ville then came--forward. -He
needed no-intro4uetion, -Dacus
ville-being his-old home-until-he
-went toGreenville. -He-was-vis
-ibl-affected as-he arose tospeak
again to- his-old-homefolks.-H6
gave us a rousing -community
speech that-will do great good
for-time-to- come. - -Dacisville is
proud of *-Tobe,-' and -is-glad-to
hear from him anYtime.
At this point- a-most- sumptu
ous dinner was-spread-on. a long
table in the grove nearby;- and
after thanks- was --returned by
Rev. D. D- - Jones -of- -Easley,
everybody seemed to -enjoy-the
great-- feast -of, good things the
good ladies- of -Dacusvile had
prepared. - ----- ---
-The-afternoon was-spent in ,
social Wav. - Several -imprompt
speeohes--ere made by different
members-of- he order-and others,
rane principal -Dacusville gra
ded school; Hons,. E.. -P.. Mc-'
Cravey, J. P. Carey,~ Jr., W. I~
Pickens; and others..:a . ..
A neat sum was realized fron
the .sale.f .cold..rinks,. whichi
was, given the . school. .fgr .the
purghase of a piano....
-The day was enjoyed in ever- 1
way, the .people were relugtant
tojeaye and stayed until.1.ate in
the after noon..-. The. crowMd was -
large and, the best~of order pre
vailed throughou~t the day,
The next joint.anua.1 meet
ing Will beheld at. Cross .Plains)
camp next summer.- - - 4
- A SOVENEIGN.
------ - -i-N- EViDECE.
JHook--!upoe-you--wil-- observe i
te Foerth of July.- - -
C-ook-=bereitr reerille -
I. .don't expect._to be able to -notice -
~nyfhing ~e - -
. A.Suspicious -Claim.-- -- -
The .man who nev'er-'makes- Ynistakces
!ay hava .supreme capacity- -
Or the 1mptebsign..that .he- rmakes -
May rest .on .mifd mendacity...- Il
"Te.reckless ehtigffeur. simply~ .
.owed Aowa all.tha.pedestrians-in. his
-Vfas .he fullt."
KullU-and. running .over.' -
~.Anonymbus W6rk. - a
-The o~rk tiat . does ~most of the
world's gooid Is inonymous. .. It .ia..a
ways natnnishing t lear how~-~
known are most of the people who are.4
din'theimp~r1antthnfgs. .76I~ey love
their -wd -nore. than. ther name.
I'e. Christian Register.d
-.. .. Send your
-. - and
ARWL1NA MAN WITPuZZLING
STOMACH DISEASE- WINS- RELIEF
--o-ealdiesof tlie stdmasch have found
..ivenprt of Preker Bettelief as quicki as-Mr. -Davenport did.
After First Dose of - This rema e. remedyis. known all
- . yer te country., The first dose proves
- - Remedy. -- no long iratment.
r Mayr's Wonderful Stomah,. Remedy
W. R. Davenpor t ofPairker. .' clears the digestive tract of muiuoid
ng suffered from a pecuhfarimalady of arets -adrmvs posonus mat
Lestomna&~. Hi ought-tredtfhffttwithi a-eetions and-remo>ves -poisonouS-mt
it--little-- relief. At tims-it seemed ter.. It brings swift relief .to sufferers
at he would have to gimes-ut-hseemed from stomach, liver and bowel troubles.
He took Mayr's WonderfulpeSt h Many say it ias'~savsd them from dan
euedy- and fun inmediate enefit gTOus rpgerations-ant niany are sure it
ewrote: ni-has -saved their-liveS. - - --
eFor years I have suffe'r d fron a Because of the -remarkable- suecess of
sease Vhie ydzzldd6tors.' They this remedy there are. mans imitators,
rfned-it-catarrhof- theFstotnAch, say- so be cautious. .Be sure !i's AYR'S.
g the only hope *old-be---change of 'Go6 to Pitkens- DrrgCo.'ardgsk bout
imate,-and- that-in -a-tprobability I -the wonderful results ithasbeerccom
ould never get welL. '-Then I heard of. plishingiDmeases they know.of-or. end
.ur-remedy. One trial bottle gave me to Geo..H. Mar, Mfg. Chemist, 154-156,
stant relief. It made me feel like a. Whiting St., icago, TH., fot free b6ok
w man. Your full eours-e of treat- bn stoxfch-ailments and-many grateful
ents-has about cured ine. Several of -letters from -people-whohave--been re
y-friends have also- been cured" - stored... .Any druggist..can..tel yo.its,
Thousands of others suffering from wonderful effects.-Adv.
What if it should cost you a few
S dollars more than some 'Others?
that the MILBURN is worth a.great deal
more. - You can't buy a. thoroughbrad horse.
for~he-money.-t takes. to .buy .a iM can
- - -i E3|WAGON THAT LASTS
Get a-MILBURN and you-have a-strong wagon, one
tiiht'siiade iri,- out.of right materials, -one. that will
stand upjiird f Idid you will want to haul -and .one
you'll- be proud of. -
..We're proud to.. be the agents for -that. kind. of a.
wagon. --Another car-load en the.-way.- ..Cme. imand.
F -S endricks, Agt, - ---aley
- Formantfs. ONCE ENOUGH.
-Whatr-the--treubie-about - -that
slute?" asked the impatient -warrior. -
"There s atgYtdretay. A search4 -~
s being -made.-' ----- - --I
t'You --haven't ---mislaid-the cannon;- -
-'-No----But-'we can't find our-hand~f- -
~ook of--etiquette." ------- -
-- -Mean......- - ~
"Mr: and Mrs:- Brown--are ant ideal' --
narriecouple," said Mrs. Gabb. "Shoe
writes me that they- are unspeakably ---
appy.". . .. . . -- - --- - ' . - -
"What are they? Deaf mutes?" -
rowled -Mr. Gabb.- - --.~
.-- ... Correct-- - 'i
"How should the new -warden- of a .
state prison b-egurr-a--letter of thanks A \
sked the-Boob.-------- . -A
'I .now--take.- my -Pen .in--hand," re- --
led the Cheerful Idiot. -- --- Miss Homelih.-Perhaps you won't
A Hard One. - -ksmeoc--- - - -
Critic-Why -don't- you put a porous Ms utn-ely. el.-h'
laster. this play2 ....aeben vr. ~a1ema fh'
Manager-What for?thn tretoksyotwc. .- -
~-hch illeve maeeiidrw.e - t but-a -sng an.-re to
Troble Avided.e..-- -
hayah been avery saraedg manrifahe'
"Fortunate!" he exclaimed.f
- Wat's fortunate?" asked Japhet. -
"That we got this trip over with
housands- of years before there could
e any msisfdersadinig, about canal
"We were going to marry our daugh
er to Li when we learned that he
vas spending all his .money at that~ -1 - --
ascal Wang's, the man who runs tha
"Wa did you do then,?" - :--1
"Wvmarried her. to Wang."-Le
-Not'TfhatSort of a ife. .- .
"Thre ides tfiat frs. Gadabout. Do
6u 'knoiw, I've h1eard that her poor - -- ---
usband Ts- asoltely tied to her [-- Mrs:--Wisey --You'd--better go see
fon strings."' ..- - -- -the-doctor:~-you're--getting -as--deaf as
"Nonsense! . I don'tbelieve. she's- -a post.-------- - --- -
ad an apron on sInce they've been-..Mr.Wisely-All right--my dear; I"l1
iarried.Philadelphia Ledger- go as soon.as-the Fourth -is over.
Step -by Step. -- . ....The..Smmer Bore.
-"Step- by step much is attaine-d-. Big Ohm orice ,agaln.we .hear the man -
rtunes have been piled up dime by 1Who thinks, his earthly lot It is
ime .."---~------------ Td-shout-atid -do t~ie- best hie can
-"That's right. --Now, -I'm -smoking2 --To ten1 us-all how- hot4ts -- -
igarettes -and- saving -the - coupons.-j------ - --
oon I'll have enough coupons* to get ~--.... nsuspected.Danger...
pip'-' - -- -- --- -"Spe.ms..toie,'. obseryedYfzs_.. Skit
- -. ---- ties, "that_.girls today ,are reading al
- - tother too much of this here sex
Daily Thought. literature. - -
If you would be pungent, be brief;-- -"Trlat's-a 'fi,~agr''ed Mr.' Sit
>r it is with words as with- sunbeams tles. - "Them id of bdors give -them
-the more they are condensed, the I-nothing-but a-lvt of theoretical ideas."
eeper they burn.-R. Southey. - -Judge.
next order for PRINTING
THE SENTINEL ---
have it prin-ted right
Program Annual W.M.U. Meeting T
At Six Mile, Sept. 26-27
Prayer and praise service.
Greetings-Mrs Lillian Gar
rett. - -
Response--Mrs. Essie Garrett.
-Recognition of delegates.
-Roll call of W. UiS.
Summary of years work
~Readrig of~sfocIatiof 'ocoy
Message Tr, m M. U.
Mrs.. .-.J. AD.. .h a ffat official
Recommendation for Y. P. S.
M; 8. for the-Y. P. S.-trs. J.
A- Andersor. - - -
.Adjourn..foJ uich. on the
D~ ei Miss Pearia
Reading of minutes- f morn
ing sssn- ~
t ~ most
impoitant. ..wo& of the leader -
Mlrs. .--E.-Wton --
A message from the R-A- .
B ix-Mi R:-A's.
'e ssailteoftR: A. *ork
RolI calWan4 reports-of-YW
Y. W A. A. Watchnord.
Recoinendation for Y. W.
Message from- State Superin
The ~-61 ofthe girl-Miss
Elizabeth~ Allgood'. - ,:.
--The t' ra1 ai'in .g . schdol- -:Miss
Pea 1Hestei- .,.- -
~Hymii.- . 2
Night session 7:30.
. Rep6i'tsfroniS'inbbaif'Bands. )
'Repi'ts f ~oniiittees.
IA fiotirn ~
SundayehonPi ~ --
To thak'a66i't~6neieff altlie while
is t ftdri ^en'rgy. ri off 6'lefonf . --
tinally'that-might -nfih tretter-go out
in unselfish action: - The. -self-con
selous--persen -neede-to-pour out this
force of attention-and thought, instead
of- concentrating.it on.elf. and wasting
i. ..in..awk.ward . embarrsment and'~
hurt pride.-Great .Thoughts.. . .. -
- possibly -Too -Frank. -
--A clergyman recently.- teld- his -au
dience that young ladiea ,and ,gentle
men. should .he entirely Irank. in their)
courtsip-they .shQuld tell.eac other
their weak points.. Twe~nty-two en-1
gagemnents have been broken off in
his congregation.. ....
Through Sleeping Car Serice
*BETWEEN' -- -
.(from -Anderson),~ Elberton,
Athens and Atlanta, Ga.,rvia
*G. S. & A., Greenwood and
Seaboard Air Line, EffEctive
Latest Improved Steel,. Electrically
Lighted. -Twelve Section DrawingC
Room Sleepers wil~be used in .
this service.-Operated on ~
the foflowing schgd~ae.
Leave Spartanburg......... . 7:50 prm.
. .Cht.x. dngs.........;prn
Anderson .. ...... 9:45 pm
Belton-----......-..1015 pm .
-- Honea -Path ..-..--1031 pmC
D .. onalds...-.....:...102 pmi - 0
Arrve Greenwood---........-140 pm- 4
E lbert^oni".^-.~-...-.2'am .
- ..Athens.................503 am
t.ana..... NIB .. 6:2am1
Leave Atlanta....-.......-.-8:55 pmn
Athens...---.. -....12 anr
Greenwood-.........._. 6:00 am -
Arrves Honea Path'....-.6:43 am
- Dotmidt ..----::_:..633 amd
Belton-...........-... .7 0am
Anderson . ...... 7:35 am
Greeiville...,.... ....,.,. :05 am
- hick Springs........... 836 am
Through tickets sold to all important
points. .Sall your nearest ticket agent -
ren ville, Anderson & Spartan- -
C. S. Allen, G. P. A.. Greenville, S. C.
Pr emier Catrrier of the South.
N. 13. The following schedule figures
are published as information ar.d are
N. Le.aving Easley Time -
4s From Seneca to Charlot~te 8.88 a m'
12 -Atianta to Charlotte 1L33 p m
.40 - . Atlanta. to Charlotte 6.25 p m
:9 "Charlotte to Atlanta 12.01 p m
i1 " Charlotte to A tlanta 4.00 pm.
41 " Charlotte to Adtanta -9.5.5 pm.
9*- W ashington to. Bham 7.37 am
*Stop on signal to receive passer gers .
For complete information write
WV. R. TABER,
P. & .T. A., Greenville, S. C.
W. E. McGEE, A. G.-P- A..
AT TE iBATERY
W e beg..to announge toe trading pulic that
our line of Fall and Winter Goods has arrived,
and owing to the fact that wpjced our orders before
the war scare, xe are able to quote you much lower
pr icAha w~pould buy the goods9n tod y's arket.
We realize that we have bought much heavier than
we would have bought had-we ;k9mn conditions as
they are tgday, but we fiaYe ali-eady got the goods in
adt is to-lateLU to~je-L~u wJ-e al
Wa rk th to G O r
store this fall and buy much for a little.
.Our.Milli ey-Department will be ready in a few
days and wil. be in charge of.
ae, anL-ssltants. We consider ourselves fortunate
in pufchasing o6ur Millinery-early as.his;class of goods
is goil.te beveryiiigh and-scarCe ow1ifgto the war
cond if n Paris' However, we bought before the
da can save you money onyour hats.
4Mies' ad -t6-Wea _eartment v
We will carry a -full- line- ot -Ladies' S!i-tsae
CbAfsiTso'Misse hiesdrens cos- - We-have an
-especially-pr~ttyine of Ladies' $i0.d ' 2.00
suits-and up-to $25.00. .We have all the latest styles
and colorm -.
Men's and Boys' Clthin
Men's Suits $5.oo td'$2&:o. -
Boys, Suits $1.oo to .$10.oo.^
.Seeour.line of Men's $io.oo suits. The are
Geftli Ti~it.Come to-Easey. tao -your tAd&
ing-asid'aike our store your store. will
W hayptou.wVviWiiant to buy,-and at-the .'Ice yeU-wl
want-to pay. - ~*
R niedfibei wduatee sitiict n or your
EdwinL. Bolt &Co.,1' s. -
Th6~ Store That's AMway Busy.-- --
- Easley, S. C.
-'Now is the~time to-begn your -fll- advertis- ~
ing campaign and if youish tor~~^'Ai%
class of p~eople in -Pick-ens couiiy The Pickens
Senknt~eJ isike..nedrium1ause.. - .
The Pickens Sentinel-hms-'a guranteedpaid
1n- cadiiudeiilfdnation of ififre thil,OO papers
see~k..tie...bulk. .of..which go to buyinig families
in.Pickens..cokuntyr~whick-means th'at- the-adver
fiser who has somnething'woth while to say' to.
the people of this region can do it .with the mini
mum of effort and-expense through the columns >
of the Seriine..
.By using other-me~diis afpart ofthebuyers
in this territuiT$rcan be--reached; bynusing no
othe rmediumthan Thfe-Si ilcn rcial
all of thes buyers-b Tea-A
Wlen Thle SentVineI sells advertisis. s ace it
~ sells..circu tion~-nd it delivers the~gdds.
Pickens -cunty- bsLga arger per.. "Xt.t
yhitspoileQo Ki~ less' per-cent -of -Jaw-break
* ng citizens thani--any county~i 5irith Cariolina,
accoirding to igods ..This -is -the-ch~Iss of people
araong whom. the. Sentiiiel circulates.
- -The -Sentinel" 'will use every possible and
legitiiiateillans to make advertisements in this
paper profitable to both-advertisers and reader.
- Ou radvertitifg ratel dgeleya1~le 5a4
adroi-tisers ~Jesie it we will -be. glad- to. assist
~than ia prepyjnrgeopfyfor thelr ads.
The-rightkind of adxertising builds business
THE- PICKEiNS' ENTJNEL
_PICKENS, S."C. - -
Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consisten~t w~ith Quality