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Copyright by Associated Literar
There were five of us and a bo
he far western stage coach as It
d over the rough roads in Dal
Ve had been together for four c
Ve called the boy Jim because hi
her did. We had twenty miles t
o reach the terminus, and the
ras about 2 o'clock In the after
rhen the coach came to a sudden
s it tolled uphill. Next moment
river called to us:
"All you folks what don't want
Leads blown off had better git d
nd line up. We've been stopped
It seems cowardly when you rea
ut to get down and submit to be
ed was the wisest thing to do u
be circumstances. Little Jim wa!
. bit frightened. The boy had I
p beside his father. As the
gent looked down into his face
id cried out:
"Why. It's Mr. Pelton-Mr. Pe'
Ay, Mr. Pelton, I'm awfully gla
ee youl Where've you been this
"So it's you. Jimmy?" laughed
bber as he held out his hands f
bake. "Well, you've been groi
Ince I saw you last. It's a wo
on knew me at first sight."
"Oh. I used to like you so wq
ouldn't forget your face," replied
oy. "Are there robbers around.
elton?" With gentle hand the
ushed the boy into line and
tepped back a pace or two. As h
D his face grew very sober, and I
flash in his black eyes I did not
[is voice was low and steady a!
"I'm much obliged for your pro:
ess'in climbing down and lining
nd I think I'll let you off this t
'be four of you mny get back intc
tage and go on."
The colonel took his son by
and aid attempted to enter the-s
rith us, but the robber motioned
At our disappearance the man tu:
n Colonel Weston and pointed to
llside on the right and said:
"Move on that way. Jimmy; giv
our hand and I'll help you along.'
The white faced colonel entered
Ines and held a straight course ur
ill Behind him came the robber
s son. The boy had been ful
uriosity at first, but presently he
wed and frightened by the look
pon his father. Two or three y
efore. he and Mr.' Pelton had 1
reat friends. Mr. Pelton had I
ianager for his father. One day t
ad been a bitter quarrel, pistols
een drawn, the sheriff had rushei
nd Mr. Pelton had fled to escape
est. He remembered his father
ig the fugitive a thief and of mer
ig sent out to hunt him down. All
ame back to him as they followed
ather up the rough way, and, tb<
e knew nothfig of man's ye
ae, there was a feeling of drea,
is souL. Now and then the robbe:
ered the colonel to the right or
ut those were the only words sp<
ntil they finally reached a rude c
ig among the bowlders. Even
othing was said for a long five:
tes. Each sat down to rest 'l
Id not look at each other. By an<
be robber half turned to look the
el n the face and said:
"I've waited for this for two yt
could neither die nor go away1
had kille d'you!I"
"It will be murder-cold bloodedi
er" replied the colonel as he fo
"If it was murder a hundred tj
ver I'd do it Do you suppose I
rget Rose Harper? Who separ
s? Who maligned me? Who wr
d my life and sent her to a suic;
rave? Who drove me to be a
lye from justice on a false cha
'd kill you if a thousand men
"Take the boy away first," said
lonel, with a touch of entreaty i
"Yes, that will be proper," answ
elton. "Come, Jimmy, let's tal
The boy crossed over to his fathi
puzzled way, and the father lI
i up and kissed him. Wben he
im down he said to him:
"Run along. Jimmy. If you c
d me here when you come back
'elton will take care of you."
"Oh, yes! Mr. Pelton will take
me and see that I get home," rej
de lad. "I'm awfully glad to see h
The- lad started for hIs walk, v
Ing as he went, and his father s
rect with folded arms and faced
taw and death. He closed his
d his lips moved. Presently he hi
e click of a pistol and drew in
reath. Thus for a long minute,
aien the man opened his eyes.
elton sat with hIs hands over his I
rhen he dropped them there
ears in his eyes.
"I can't do It. Little Jim would k
some day. When he comes I
ike him and go down to ther
t's only three miles to Cedarville.'
With that he walked off and was
sight in a moment. When
Ia returned he found his father
g as he had left him and gazing
"What Is it, father?" he as
What's the matter with you,
'here is Mr. Pelton?"
The man rose up slowly, took
oy's hand In his, and without a 3
answer he led the way down to
our Copyright, 1914, by Panama-Pacific Int<
CANADA AT THE PANAMA-PAC
d it POSITION, SAN FR)
i not LANS for the Canadian building
ined tional Exposition at San Franc
road and the work on the great stru
the The Canadian Palace, as it
of the largest and most imposing of
ton! length of 340 feet, a width of 240 feet
I to cost in the neighborhood of $300,000.
long ever erected by Canada at an interna
square feet, and will house one of thE
the sive exhibits of the Dominion's resou
r a foreign soil. Six hundred thousand dC
ring the Canadian parliament for the buil
der grant, bringing the appropriation up to
by the government.
Canada at the Panama-Pacific Ei
the policy that has obtained at former exr
th r. specimens or exhibits of the natural 1
mr. tural, horticultural, mineral, forest a.
man showing her climatic advantages and h
then of people who will visit the Expositlo
did transportation facilities, and the railws
saw space in the building. Practically the
recent Ghent exposition-and it was
; he magnificent display-Is en route here n
tive exhibits are belng prepared in the
upt. The exhibit will be under the super
up. Ison. who will represent the. Dominion
t NORTH CAROLINA M
him HE SAVED HIMS
the J. E. Erwin Says Mayr's Stomach en
me Remedy Brought Him As
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and J. E. Erwin, of Winston-Salem, N. C., c
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ears One day he took a trial dose of Mayr's ge
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to THE SENINE
rnation.1 Exposition Co.
IFIC INTERNATIONAL EX
at the Panama-Pacific Interna
Isco in 1915 have been approved,
ture has started.
is offlcIally named, will be one
the foreign buildings, having a
and a height. of 50 feet, and will
It will be the largest building
tional exposition, covering 65,000
most elaborate and comprehen
ces and products ever shown on
llars has already been voted by
ling and exhibits, but a further
$1,000,000, will be recommended
position Is following the same
positions-namely, the display of
roducts of the country-agricul
id fisheries-for the purpose of
er reaources to the great number
a. Attention will be devoted to
ys will be assigned considerable
entire exhibit of Canada at the
conceded by all judges a most
ow, while many new and attrae
vision of Colonel William Hutch
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any say it has saved them from dar
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Because of the remarkable success o
is remedy there are many imitator
be cautious. Be sure it's MAYR'S
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stomach ailments and many grateft
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nderful effects. -Adv.
is a most important one today in
every nousehold. Quality, varn
ery price and delivery, all have to
be considered, and we aim to
meet all the reouiremer.ts of the
housewife by providing the very
best grade of Groceries in all
lines. andt charging the most rea
sonable prices consistent with a
fair profit. We are prompt in
ouar deliveries, as our present
patrons will assure you.
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Our bank makes no invest
ments without ample secu
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risks; moderate, sure prof
its are far better than large
dividends with possible loss:
of principal. Reliability,:
honest methods, fair rates
of interest and conservative:
protection make this bank:
rank high. Glad to tell vou
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A SUBSTANTIAL SUPPER.
Deviled Roast Besf.
Potatoes au Gratin.
Plums in Batter.
HIS supper will be found to be
T a savory yet nourishing one. In
serving vary to suit the taste.
Deviled Roast Beef.-Cream one
tablespoonful of butter, a teaspoonful
each of lemon juice and table sauce, a
saltspoonful of prepared mustard and
a few grains of cayenne. Cut thick
slices of rare roast beef, spread them
with the seasoning and brown 14 a
chafing dish. Serve with brown bread
Tomato Omelet.-Take three eggs,
one cup strained tomato, one-quarter
teaspoonful salt, dash of pepper, one
teaspoonful of cornstarch and one
teaspoonful butter or bacon -fat. Beat
the eggs until light and add cold wa
ter, salt and pepper. Beat until well
mixed. Put the butter or bacon fat
into a fry pan. When hot pour in the
beaten egg and reduce the heat a lit
tle. Shake the pan constantly and
with a fork loosen the edges until the
egg is firm. Pour in the tomato,
which has been thickened with corn
starch, wet with a little cold water.
Fold over half the omelet and turn out
on hot platter. Garnish with parsley.
Grapes in Salad.
Fruit Salad.-Take one-half pound
green grapes, five bananas, juice of
lemon and one small head lettuce.
Wash the grapes, make an incision
and remove the seeds. Skin the ba
nanas and with a French potato cut
ter cut into round balls. Squeeze the
juice from the lemon and pour over the
bananas. Put the grapes and bananas
in cold place until ready to use. When
- ready to serve pile on lettuce leaves
and cover with French dressing. To
make the dressing put one tablespoon
ful of lemon juice and one-quarter tea
[ sponful salt into sauce dish; add two
tablespoonfuls of olive oil slowly, beat
A Delicious Deiet. --
Plums In Batter.-Make a. batter
with two beaten eggs, five tablespoon
fuls of flour, a little more than one
pint ~of milk and a pinch of salt. Re
move the stones from one quart of
large ripe plums, crack them. put the
s kernels Inside of the plums again.
mix the fruit with two heaping table
spoonfuls of moist sugar and stir it
t lightly into the batter. Turn it into
a buttered pudding dish and bake In
a hot oven till done. Sprinkle pow
dered sugar over the top and serve hot
with one-half cupful of butter, one cup
- ful of suger-and one well beaten egg
stirred to a cream and flavored.
Artesian Wells Known to Ancients
i Recently deciphered inscriptions on
Egyptian monuments indicate that
frtesian wells were bored as far back
Sasl1400 .B. C. -
"The Best Way"
ThrughSleeping Car Service
Spartanburg, Greenvdlle, Belton
(from Anderson), Elberton,
Athens and Atlanta, Ga., via
G. S.& A., Greenwood 'and
SebadAir Line, Eftective
Sunday, May 31, 1914.
Latest Improved Steel, Electrically
Lihtd-Twelve Section Drawing
Room Sleepers will be used in
this service.-Operated on
the following schedules:
Leave Spartanburg.- -- 7:0p
" hicN Springs-..-.-.-8:37 pm
" Greenville--.---- 9:10 pm
" Anderson .. 9:45 pm
" Belton --... -- 1:15 pm
"Honea Path.----10:81 pm
Ariv Donalds.----- 10:42 pm
r" Elberton------ 4:02 am
" Athens------- 5-3 am
L" Atlanta-- ........ 6:20 am
Leave Atlanta--- ....---- .--- 8:55 pm
" thens. ... ..... 12:3 m
" reenwood...---,_. 6:00 am
Arie onea Path- .- -- :43 am
" Donalds.---------- :33 am
S" - Belton -- . - 700 am
" Anderson ...-- 7:35 am
L" Greenville..-- -- 805 am
" Chick Springs-- ...-- 836 am
SThrough tickets sold to all important
points. Call your nearest ticket agent
Greenville, Anderson & Spartan
CS.Allen, G. P. A., Greenville, S. C.
The Southern Raifway
Premier Cariier of the South.
N. 14. The following schedule figures
are published as information arA are
No. Leaving Easley Time
42 From Seneca to Charlotte 8.28 a m
12 Atlanta to Charlotte 1.33 p m
40 --Atlanta to Charlotte 6,25 p m
39 4 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
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P. & T. A., Greenville, S. C.
W. E. McGEE, A. G. P- A.,
olwhiaSt . C.
ARRIVAL OF NEW -
AT THE BATTERY
We beg to announce to the trading public that
our line of Fall and Winter Goods has arrived,
and owing to the fact that we placed our orders before
the war scare,- e are able to quote you much lower
prices than we could buy the goods on today's market.
We realize that we have bought much heavier than
we would have bought had we known conditions as
they are today, but we have already got the goods in
and it is too late to counter-mand so we are going to
mark the price low so you.will be able to come to our
store this fall and buy much for a little.
Our Millinery Department will be ready in a few
days and will be in charge of Mrs. Nettie Barton Wal
lace, and assistants. We consider ourselves fortunate
in purchasing our Millinery early as this class of goods
is going to be very high and scarce owing to the war
conditions in Paris. However, we bought before the
advance and can save you money on your hats.
Ladies' Ready - to - Wear Department J
We will carry a full line .ot Ladies' Suits afid
Coats also Misses and Childrens coats. We have an
especially pretty line of Ladies' $1o.oo and $12.00
suits and up to $25.oo. We have all the latest 'styles
Men's and Boys' Clothing
Men's Suits $5.00 to $20.00.
Boys, Suits $r.oo to $ r o.oo.
- - ' of-Men's -$1o.oo suits. They are
Get the habit. Come o to do you
.ing, and make our store your store. 5, 00 wo
what you will want to buy, and at the p u will
want to pay.
Remember we guarantee satistaction or your
rr oney back.
Edwin L Bolt & Co., Props.
The Store That's Always Busy.
Easley, S. C.
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white population and less per cent of law-break
ing citizens than any county in South Caroling
according to records. This is the class of peopid
among whom the Sentinel circulates.
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legitimate means to make advertisements in this
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advortisers desire it we will be glad to as
~ hem in preparing copy for their ads.
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