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and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
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Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
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hat is CASTORIA
dastioa is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare.
gr Drops and Soothing Syrgtps. It is pleasant. It
conta neither Opium, Morpiine nor other Narcogde
subs . Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and aay everishness. For more than thirty years it
has been in . stant use for the relief of Constipation,
Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and
Diarrhea. It reulates the Stomach and Bowvels,
assimilates the Foo giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's PanaceX-The iMother's Friend.
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in Use For Over 30 Years
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A successiel rewedy for Rheumatism, Blood Poison and
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Greenville, 5: 5.. C,
Irhave enjoyed the patronageot thereaders
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,
and Hosiery ) I
- These are the newest creations in their line, (
bought right and will be sold at "Right
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I AM RESPONSIBLE, and will make them
right. Come -to Greenville. Come in to
see us. We will take great pleasure in
kshowing you our goods, and if goods and
price suit you will be glad to sell you, and
should they not stft, we will appreciate the
call just the same.
All PEPSI-Cola crowns bearing
the word "Greenville" on inside
Ah under cork disk will be redeemed
'at 5c each.
MM 'Ask the Merchant
There's a great reason why you should
drink PEPSI-Cola. It is healthful.
EVERYT HING 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.
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-Schools of Medicine and Pharmacy
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THE WORLD'S FIRST INDOC
HE world's first Indoor a(
coln Beachey, the Americ:
Starting at one end of the
largest wooden frame structure in
length, Beachey attained a terrific i
height of fifty feet, actually flying
opposite end of the building barrier
lessen the impact of the aeroplanq
with a hundred horsepower engine
the aviator received a severe shaki
were increased by the fact that tb
ing consists of three longitudinal a:
and Beachey flew down the center v
In order to prevent the aeroplane fr,
RELIEF FROM DISO
Mr. Wade Thankful He Read
About Mayr's Wonderful
E. T. Wade, of Williston. N. C., was
the victim of stomach disorders. He
tried many remedies and took a great
-deal of medicine and treatments. Re
lief seemed a long time coming.
Then he found Mayr's Wonderful
Stomach remedy, took a dose -and
found relief at once. He told his opin
ion of the remedy in a letter in which
"Your medicine has worked wonders.
I feel so much better. Iam thankful to
you, indeed, for you advertisipgI your
wonderful remedy in the papers, as
otherwise I might never have known of
Along with this letter Mr. Wade or
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d haeWi printe ri
An Old Hero's
By F. A. MITCHEL
An old Frenchman, a veteran of thl
Franco-Prussian war, who had been I
America long enough to speak Englis
as he would if it were French, told m
this story over a glass of French win
raised in California:
Eet was in ze beginning of ze wa
when ze Prussian haf not yet conque
ze French people and we do not thin
zey will overrun ze country and dic
tate terms of peace in Paris. I wa
with General le Fevre, who command
ed a brigade near ze frontiei. We hav
ze railroad and ze locomotif and z
cars, but when 7.e Prussians crois z
border all ze employees of ze roa4 ru
In ze evening just before sunset at
officer ride up to ze camp of ze Nine
ty-eighth regiment of ze.line and say:
"Any of you men locomotif engi
I have been locomotif engineer be
fore I-enlist in ze army, so I shake m;
hand in ze air. Ze officer he took nC
tice and he call for me to.come t
him. I go with him to General h
Fevre's headquarters, and ze genera
ask me how much I know about locc
motif, and after I tell him he sa'
"I send a thousand men to ze othe
terminal of zis railroad at once. Zer
is one company zere and ze captail
telegraph zat ze Prussians are comine
to occupy ze high ground zere, but ee
he have a thousand men he can hol
eet till General Bazalne send a larg
force. Eet is sixty miles to go, an
you must tak ze train zero in leetl
more than an hour. Eef you git zer
before ze Prussians you may sav
France. Zey are six or seven mileo
from ze place and march on foot.
I say, "Yes, general, I tak ze met
iere In one hour if,ze locomotif wil
pull It so fast as zat."
It was ver' dark when we start. Zi
moon only leetle crescent, nearly gone
down. We run from north to south
ze same way as ze border line betwee
France and Prussia. We do not know
if ze Prussians baf advanced so far as
ze railroad. Eef they haf zey fire int(
se train, zey try to throw it off the
track, zey do all zey can to keep us
from going on.
My engine ver' good engine, one-of
ze best of eets kind. I run sixty miles
an hour, sometimes more, sometimes
less. When I come to ze curves I slow
down leetle bit, but make eet up when
I have a straight road before -me. A
few Prussian cavalrymen, ze advance
of ze Prusslans, have come so far as
ze railroad, and zey put obstructions
on ze track. Suddenly I look aheac
and see a tree felled on the rails. ,,I re
verse, zen shut my eyes to wait for ze
smash. Eet does not come, only e
When an engineer runs into ze darli
night he feels like Columbus when hE
sail into se dark ocean. I nevaire know
when I round a curve, but I run Into a
big rock or some othaire obstructior
sat kill me and wreck ze train behind
me. I see. specter all ze time. Sud
denly a great black somet'ing seem tc
spring up on ze track right before me
I reverse, but before I come to a full
stop I see zat it ees nothing but a
leetle bug which hat fly -on ze glass
before ze headlight.
All at once I hear a cracking above
ze noise of ze. train, and bullets whIstle
through ze cab. Some Prussian horse
niron fire zere carbines at us. But zey
do leetle damage, nothing but break~
my right arm. So I cannot hold zE
throttle with zat arm. But what foi
I want two arms when one will do as
well, except for sudden reverse, and
by sat time I come within about ton
miles of ze end of ze journey? Ney
aireseless I call ze fireman, who come
and look ovaire my shoulder.
Ze Prussians were by zat time ver~
near ze point we wish to reach, and
we both approach at an acute angle
Zey hear ze rattle of our train, and
we hear zero huzzas. By - gar, WE
have to stop to take away ties zern
scouts put on ze track, and while we
make no sound we hear zero trami
at double quick. Zen we hear a gun
and I think we too late. Ze Prussianm
must be attacking ze post. But I g<
on, and pretty soon I come to a leetl
earthwork our men haf thrown up be
side the railroad and see that thei
have a gun there and have dropped a
shell into ze Prussian advance..
In a few minutes we reach our point
I whistle down ze brakes, zo trair
stop, and our men Jump out and r
up to ze top of ze hill, where ze Frenci
have work two. t'ree days on ze forti
Zat was ze end of my work. I ne
surgeon to fix my arm and am read3
with my musket to receive the Prus
sians when soy come. Zey have twic4
as many men as we, but we have vera
strong position and no trouble to holh
out till Marshal Bazalne send larg4
When I'get back to my command m:
general he throw his arms about mi
and hug me like a bear. He say to me
"You have done great service. Yo1
shall be a captain; you shall have
medaL I will report what you hay<
done to the empereur."
Pout! What was It all worth? Z
Prussians march right on to Paris, ani
after the capitulation our people pa;
big ransom to get zem out, besides gi
Ing our beautiful provinces Alsace anm
Lorraine. Some day when we ge
strong we tak zem back. But wha
good sat do me? I'm too old now t
fight, and by sat time I sleep undo
2 Send you
International Exposition Co.
R AEROPLANE FLIGHT, PAA
ONAL EXPOSITION, 1915.
roplane fight was made by LI
in aviator, on the grounds of th
ial Exposition in San Francisc
Palace of Machinery, which is th
:he world, being almost 1,000 feet I
nomentum and rose into the air to
for a distance of 300 feet. At th
s of cloth were held by assistants t
The machine, however, provide
easily tore through the cloth, an
ng up. The difficulties of the firgt
e interior arrangement of the bulk
sles each seventy-five feet i widtl
isle, having to keep a straight cours
m striking the great columns of th
WAN FINDS QUICE
RDERS OF STOMAI
dose proves-no long treatment.
ters like this comes from all par
the country. Mayr's Wonderful 6
ach Remedy is known everywher
cause of its merit.
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Rei
clears the digestive tract of mu
accretions and removes poisonous
ter. It brings swift relief to suff
from stomach, liver and bowel trou
Many say it has saved them from
gerous roperations and many aie si
has saved their lives.
Because of the remarkable succ
this remedy there are many imita
so be cautious. Be sure it's MAN
Go to Pickens Drug Co. and as f
the wonderful results ithas bees ac
plishirg in esses they know of-or
to Geo. H. Mayr, Mfg. Chemist, 15
Whiting St., Chicago, Ill., for free
on stomach ailments and many gra
letters from .people who have bee
stored. Any druggist can tell yc
Swonderful effects. -Adv.
every ounce you are en1
tied to-you will find wvh<
you check off the Groceri
you order here. You g
quality, full quantity, ai
-prompt and polite service f
very little~money-in fat
less than you would pi
elsewhere. We have a fre
stock of fine Groceries ai
w& guarantee all our fo<
stuffs to be pure and whol
some. Let us have a tri
vare & Grocery
unless we are pure the si
nature is right. That pi
caution protects depositc
from fraud of many kind
M on ey deposited in tl
Keowee Bank is Iar saf
than it is in your own pc
'session. Better open an a
count and protect what y<
Shave while making mor
T aIS favorite vegetable may be
prepared in so many different
ways and is so delicious in al
most any form that it is no wonder it
holds a high place In the housewife's
favor. For the fastidious the follow.
ing recipes may be of special value:
Corn Fritters. - Sift one dupful of
flour, one-half teaspoonful of salt, one
scant teaspoonful of baking powder
and one level teaspoonful of sugar to
gether. Stir in two eggs, one cupful of
grated corn and milk enough to make
a batter that- will drop easily from a
spoon. Cook in hot fat and place on
absorbent paper before serving.
Corn Salad With Mayonnaise.-Take
cold boiled corn, cut it from the cob,
carefully removing any shreds of silk.
Line a salad bowl with small white
= leaves from the heart of a lettuce head
and then heap the corn in the center.
Pour .the mayonnaise over the whole,
- being sure to have plenty of it. The
toothsomeness of corn as a salad Ingre
dient is just becoming appreciated.
Corn alone is better eaten with a may
- onnaise than when mixed with other
e A Dainty Souffle.
Corn Souffles.-Prepare a cream
e sauce wfth a rounded teaspoonful each
n of butter and flour and a cupful of hot
a milk. Add the beaten yolks of three
e eggs, a cupful of grated raw corn and
o seasonings to taste. Fold in the stiff
d whites of three eggs, turn Into Individ
d ual cases, well buttered, and bake
t about twenty ilnutes in a hot oven.
I- These must be servedchot in the molds
1, in which baked.
e Corn Timbales. - Take one cupful
e each of grated corn- and milk, two
whole eggs and one extra yolk, well
. beaten. Season, turn Into buttered
timbale molds, place in a pan of hot
-- water and bake about a half hour in a
moderate oven. Remove from molds,
garnish' with bits of truffle and serve
with tomato sauce or with Spanish
OH sauce. This latter is a rich white
sauce, into 'which Is stirred small cubes
cut from the firm pulp of a tomato and
Let- diced green peppers.
err Costly British Sport.
bles. An expert has calculated that, in
dan- cluding the personal expenses con
re it nected with the game incurred by the
hundreds of thousands of amateurs,
ss of and by the wealthy professional clubs,
tors, together with the %iterest paid on
'R'S- shares and the gate money of the
bout millions of spectators, British football
send costs about seven millions of money
teful Cork for Glie.
n re After first removing the cork from
u its your bottle of glue, do not use it
again, but in its place insert the stump
___of an old candle. It will not stick,
--and the glue cannot spili.-Woman's
~ Thre s aDaily Thought
wil Thik anbeaut~~l, and perhaps you
wil tinkanold-fashioned, lamp called
Athe Lamp of Courtesy-I love its soft
i- ?radiance.-Lady Battersea.
."The Best Way"
Through Sleeping Car Service
( Spartanburg, Greenville, Belton
*t (from Anderson), Elberton,
-- Athens and Atlanta, Ga., via
-++4 G. S. & A., Greenwood and
__ Seaboard Air Line, Eftective
Sunday, May 31, 1914.
Latest Improved Steel, Electrically
. Lighted.--Twelve Section Drawing
-Room Sleepers will be used in
- this service. -Operated on
* -the following schedules:
Leave Spartanburg-..........7:50 pm
e " ChicN Springs.........-.8:37 pm
" Greenville.........-..9:10 pm
rS - Anderson .....-....9:45 pm
s. "~ Belton -.....--...--10:15 pm
" Honea Path...........10:31 pm
l " Donalds..........----.10:42 pm
e 4Arrive'Greenwood-...------11:20 pm
e " Elberton-..............4:02 am
" Athens-................ 5:03 am
S- " Atlanta-......... .. . .6:20 am
)U Le v Atlanta................. 8:35 pm
" Athens.......- ....--12:03 am
e " Elberton-.............. 1:04 am
" Greenwood ............6:00 am
SArrives Honea Path .--......-6:43 am
,. " Donalds .-............6:33 am
" Anderson ....... .. 7:35 am
S Greenville.............. 8:05 am
" : Chick Springs....--_--8:36 am
" Spartenburg-........ 9:20 a
+ Through tickets sold to all important
4. points. Call your nearest ticket agent
-+++ Greenville, Anderson & Spartan
"""" C. S. Allen, G. P. A., Greenville, S. C.
The Southern Railway
.Premier Carrier of the South.
N. 1B. The following schedule figures
are published as information arnd are
No. Leaving Easley Time
42 Frpm~ Seneca to Charlotte 8.f8 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 4.03 pm
41 " Charlotte to Atlanta 9.55 pm
29* -- Washington to Bham 7.37 am
*Stop on signal to receive passergers
For complete information write
W. R. TABER,
P. & T. A., Greenville,' S. C.
W. E. McGEE, A. G. P- A.,
No War Prices
We are waging a war on high prices, and we a sure
if -there ever was a ti.ne when y ou wanted a dolla to
do double duty it will be this fall. Come to our stor
and do your fall shopping and make your low-price
cotton money go a long way. We are members of
the "Buy-a-lale-of-Cotton" movement, and will buy
I oo bales from our custoniers'at ioc, the amount to be
traded out in our store any time within six months.
Remember, we sell strictly for cash. and you can buy
goods here at cash p! ices. Selling for cash enables
us tG sell cheap, as we have no losses, and when you
spend your money here you sre not helping to .pay
the other fellow's bad debts. Read the prices that
we quote on items below and notice the saving you
will be able to make:
25 yds good Sea Tsland sheeting, 27 inches wide, forJ;
$1 or 4c yd. Good heavy 36 inch sheeting, LL grade,
value 7TIc in short lengths, on sale at 5c yd. Good heavy
grade Cotton Checks, well worth 7Tc, our low price 5c yd.
Listen at this:-We sell the stanard calico prints for 5c
yd. A beautiful line of patte ns. Good quality apren
checks only 5c yd. All kinds of fancy outings, just the
thing for quilt linings, only 5c -yd. Yard wide guaran
teed all wool serge, sponged and shrunk, worth 75c yd;
our price, 50c yd. 36 inch all wool crepe, the new ma
terial for skirts and suits, all colors, only 50c yd. Silks
in Messaline, Poplin and Taffetas, $1.25 values; our price
98c yd. A pretty line of printed Ratines and Poplins,
Millinery and Suit Department
This debartment of our store is complete. We have
a large line of Ladies' Suits and Coats for you to select.
from. Ladies' suits in Serges Crepes in all the leading
colors, $10 and $12.50. Better grades' $15, $18 to $25.
Remember, we have anything you want in Millinery at
the very lowest prices.
Shoes and Clothing .
We have the largest line of Shoes to be found in
Easley. All new and clean stock and the prices areright.
Remember, we stand behind the Shoes we sell and if
they do not give satisfaction come back and tell us and
we will make it good. We have a good line of ladies'
work shoes for $1.25. $1.39, $1.48. Men's heavy shoes,
$1.48, $1.98 ,p to $3.50. Bring us your feet and let us
A big line of Men's and Boys' Clo4hing, Pants, Over
alls and Shirts at prices that will make you wonder-how
we can sell so cheap.
2 big boxes Searchlight matches'fo'.5c. 1 full
1 ound boxes Eagle Thistle soda for 25c. 8' kes best
laundry so.ip for 25c. Grandma's washing ow .
laundry soap, 8 cakes for 25c. Boys' blue-serge knicker
bocker pants, 48c and 63c. Men's heavy blue chambray
work shirts, value 50c everywhere; our price, 39c. Large
Size suitcase only 98c. Trunks, $1.48, $1.98 up to $6.00.
Remember, we have the same goods at a lower price. -
Edwvin L Bolt & Co., Props.
The Store That's Always'Busy.
Easley, S. C.
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ing campaign and if you wish to reachN the best
class of p~eople in P~ckens county, The Pickens
Sentinel is the medium to use.
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in-advance circulation of more than 2,000 papers
weekly, the bhlk of which go to 1buying families
in Pickens county, which means that the adver
tiser who has something worth while to say to
the p~eople of this region can do it with the mini
mum of effort and expense through the columns .
of the Sentinel..
By using otlaer mediums a part of the buyers
in this territory can be reached; by using ha
bther medium than The Sentinel can practically
all of these buyers be reached.
When The Sentinel sells advertising space it
sells circulation-and it dlelive rs the goods. E
Pickens county has a larger per cent' of
white population and less per cent of lavW-break
ing citizens than any count- in South Carolina,
according to records. Thiis is the crass of people
among whom the Sentinel circulates.
The Sentinel will use every possible and
legitimate means to make advertisements in this
paper profitable to both advertisers and readers.
Our advertising rates are reasonable, and if
advortisers desire it we will be glad to assist
them in preparing copy for their ads.
The right kin d of advertising builds business.
THE PICKENS SENTINEL
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