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A Mysterious Disap
By WILLIAM CHANDLER
Some workmen tearing down a build
ing in Paris, on reducing the level of
a compartment, closet or something of
the kind'about big enough for one to
stand in upright, came upon a human
head. There was bair on it, but not
much. It was morte than a skull, yet
not.exactly a head. As the men went
on lowering the walls they revealed a
female figure in the clothing of a man,
which crumblql as they proceeded
The figure faced an iron door behind
wainscoating. A panel was made, or.
rather, had been made, to slide side
ward, and the door behind it opened
inward, leaving sufficient room for the
figure to get into the closet and shut
the door. There was a latch on the
outside. The panel had originally been
moved by weights and locked with a
secret spring. But both door and panel
had been walled up a long while be
fore, and their existence had become
' The master workman sent word ot
the find to the owner of the building,
asking for instructions as to what to
do in the matter. The owner came, ac
companied by a gentleman wearing the
button of the Legion of Honor, and the
latter examined both the body and its
incasement carefully. He was a pro
fessional antiquarian. He advised that
the body be buried and began a search
for the reason of its having occupied
for so long the position in which it
was found. In time he published In a -
Paris magazine the result of his Inves
tigations, the following being an ab -
breviation of a long story:
The building in which the body was
found dated back to the reign of Louis
XL In this reign the king increased
his power at the expense of the no
bles, and the royal.authority became
absolute. His successors maintained
what he had gained, and from that
time down to the beginning of the S
reign of Louis XVL the government
was one of tyranny and intrigue.
In the reign of Louis XIII. plot and
counterplot reached their height The
king was a weakling, and Cardinal
Richelieu go.verned virtually in his a:
stead. There were conspiracies against f
the king, the cardinal and every one f,
connected with the court. At this time S
the building was occupied by the Mar- t<
quis de Fontayne, a nobleman who was
mixed up with these feuds and joined v
a coalition consisting of the king's hi
brother and other persons to seize the
government. Mile. Louise de Fon- -
tayne, the marquis' daughter, was in d
love with Rissfoli, one of those favor- h(
tes Catherine de' Medici had brought 91
with her from Italy.
Now, this Rissioli was as black heart- -
ed a villin as ever lived. Being im- of
plicated In that conspiracy which was hi
the most formidable of all the plots
against the king, when It -was discover- -
ed his name was given to the prime
minister as one who must be taken at
all hazards. Knowing his influence
with Mile. de Fontayne, he fled to her
house and begged her to conceal him.
Louise, who was a noble character,
proposed that they exchange clothing.
While she was being taken away in
hs stead he might escape as herself,
and upon her Identity being discovered
she could rely on the influence of her
father to save her from punishment
for aiding and abetting the escape of
ne of the king's enemies. Rissioli ac
eded to this, and the eichange was
It was not long after this that the
main door of the chateau was thrown
pen and a party of armed men burst
n, seeking the Italian. It was plain
hat If they found him they would kill
im on sight. He had expected this
ad had realized that whosoever they
found personating him would be stab
ed to death, but was too contempti
le to decline to permit Louise taking
his risk. Hearing the clamor below
or his blood, he darted away, leaving
ouise to her fate,
Iouise, realizing that If found in Ris
lois clothes and mistaken for himn
he would be killed, ran to a secret
loset of which she knew and Intended
or a place of concealment In case of
anger. Having removed the panel
ad opened the door, she stepped into
he closet, shutting both behind her.
Rissioli escaped to Italy and was "
ever again seen in Paris, He being
the only person with Mlle. de Fontayne
wlen the party came for him and not
knowing where she had gone, there
was nobody In the secret of'her hiding
lace. After the commotion she was
issed. Day after day passed and she
did not appear. Indeed, though every
effort was made to find her It was un
The antiquary found records of this
isappearance of Louise de Fontayne
ccurring at the time of the discovery
f the conspiracy against the king, He
lso found a statement made by Ris
sioli giving an account of his being
with Louise up to the time the men
roke into the house and he and she
arted away in different directions.
This enabled the searcher of the story
o tell it up to that moment.
A careful Investigation was made of
the apparatus for opening the doors
f the closet with a view to determin
ing why the imprisoned girl could not
release herself, but so old and decayed
were the apparatus and locks that it
was impossible to tell why they had
not worked. Only a hypothetical solu
tion could be given. The iron door was
found closed and locked. For some
eason It could not be unlocked, but
8to why there was no evidence.
'he Southern Railway
Premier Carrier of the South.
N B. The following schedule figures1
are published as information arnd are
No. Leaving Easley Time
2 From Seneca to Charlotte 8.38 a m -
2 " Atlanta to Charlotte 1.33 p m
40- Atlanta to Charlotte 0.25 p m
39 " Charlotte to Atlanta 12.01 p m -
1i " Charlotte to Atlanta 4 00 pm 7
1 " Charlotte to Atlanta 9.55 pm 7
29* -' Washington to Bham 7.37 am 7
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Copyright, 1913, by the Panama-Pac
"SUNSHINE" AND "SPRING" J
HE large group at the right I
of the groups in the Court o
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left Is "Sunshine," by A. Jae
EFFECTS OF MAYR
fferers Find Swift Reliet Byl
Use of This Remarkable
Stomach sufferers in the Southeast
d, in fact, all over the country, have
.md remarkable and efficient results
om the use of Mayr's Wonderful
Many have taken this remedy and tell
ay of the benefits they received. Its
'ects come quiickly-the first dose con
nces. Here is what two Carolina folks
W. R. DAVENPORT, Parker, N. C.
"For years I have suffered from a
sease which puzzled the doctors. q
ard of your remedy and one bottle
ve me relief. Your full treatment
Ls about cured me."
J. E. ERWIN, Winston-Salem, N. C.
"I am satisfied through personal use
the- powers of your remedy. You
ve saved my life."
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ME TABLE NO. 12, SUPER
IN EFFECT J
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connects with Southern Railw
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\T THE PANAMA-PACIFIC IN
I, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915.
"Spring," by Furto Piccirrilli, one
the Four Seasons at the Panama.
:on, San Francisco, 1915. At the
gers, who has created a companion
These statements come from letters
among thousands. This remedy is
known and used throughout the United
States. It has a record of results and
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy
clears the digestive tract of mucuoid
accretions and removes poisonous mat
ter. It brings 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 live
Because of the remark able success of
this remedy there are many imitators,
so be cautious. Be sure it's MAYR'S.
Go to Pickens Drug Co. and ask about
the wonderful results ithas been accom
plishing in cases they know of-or send
to Geo. H. Mayr, Mfg. Chemist, 154-156
Whiting St., Chicago, Ill., for free book
on stomach ailments and many grateful
letters from people who have been re
stored. Any druggist can..tell you its
wonderful effects. -Adv.
and if she is a sensible gi
she will recognize your pru
dence and thrift, which are
far better things than a
handsome face. Open an
Iaccount at the Keo wee Sav
Iings Bank and start the
fund that mna y lead to
housekeeping with the one
to our store in search of+
Spure and high grade Gro
Sceries wvill result in your a
complete satisfaction from a
every standpoint. In vari-4
ety, in quality, and in mod- $
erate prices we easily beat?
all our competitors and sat- t
isfy the most particular
purchasers. We solicit the
favor of a trial order, and
know that we can give 4
rare & Grocery
CEDING TIME TABLE NO. 11
UNE 8, 1911.
itions. No.2 No4 N.
kens Ar ).10 A.M1.0PM4.5.M
rguson. x 905 1."43
rsons x 8.55 1.5 42
auldins x N.45 1."41
n Rilwy tainNo. 42. No.6:
iiwy tain No.5 P. an 1.3 N.
n lay train No. 42.Fo furthe in
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AUAL STATE FAIR
LAST OF OCTO3EI
Make Your Arrangementc
to Attend Souta Carolina's
Big Gathering Octoter
The 46th annual State fait wil
take place in Columbia, uctt ber Lo
27, 28, 29. 30, 31 on the State fai
grounds. Special round trip redu.'
rates have been granted ftir th:s w
ca.sion by the railroads.
The agricultural resources Al :'wt:
Carolina will have the centre -.f ih
picture. Demonstration agents in eneC
of the 44 counties have arran:ged e.%
hibits for the fair, and girls- torn :t
clubs in 20 counties will hate e\
hibits. In addition there will I ek
hibits from three mill \il!!a, s an
from one church. which will m ik
the fair a great agricultural shuo.-.
The poultry department is i'xp-oct
ed to be better than ever til.i. yea:
The best breeds of chien*zi, ro
every part of the State wili L-: tit e:
On Wedncsday, tcicb.r 2,. at I
a. m., Wofford College if Spartai
burg and Newberry lle of .Ne
berry will meet on the gra:iron at th
fair grounds. Un Thuirsday. tktob(
29, at 11:30 a. rn., the L':iversiay t
South Carolina and Clemson Codles
will pull off their annual football cor.
test. Both games promise to be tir,
exhibitions and will d1raw thousano.
An added feature for South Car.
olina's gathering will be a firework:
display which will take place on th.
If r i I EN
W HEN vegetables abe cheap and
abundant they may be canned
for winter use. Tle process is
not a difficult one. and, thanks to It,
the housewife may be assured of pure
canned goods at a minimum of cost
An Easy Method.
Canned Beans. - Butter, wax and
string beans may be put up in this
way. Beans must be tender. Cut off
stem of the beans, but do not break.
Select wide mouthed jars. Wash beans
in cold water. Pack into jars, placing
the beans full length in jar. For a
quart jar add one teaspoonful of table
salt. Fill jar with cold water nearly
full, leaving about one-quarter to one
half inch $or steam, so as not to break
ar. Put on cover, put In washboiler,
having cold water to neck of jar, and
boil between two hours and a half and
three hours. Place strfps of wood in
bottom of boiler under jars. Jars must
be air tight.
Preserving the Flavor.
Canned Beets.-Select small, perfect
beets, wash carefully without bruising
r cutting, cover with cold water and
cook until tender. When tender turn
off the hot water and pour on cold.
Skin the beets, using the fingers to slip
off the skin, and not a knife and fork.
Then pack carefully in stelzed jars
nd cover with very salty water.
When quite cold set the jars in a boiler
f cold water to cover three-fourths of
the height, boil an hour, fill up to the
brim with boiling salted water, adjust
rubber and top and screw tight. When
uite cold set away in a cool, dry place,
protecting from the light
Economizing For Winter.
Canned Green Peas. - Be sure the
peas are fresh and tender. Pack into
qart jars and pour over them salt wa
ter, allowing a teaspoonful of salt to
three-quarters of a pint of warm wa
ter for each quart jar. Adjust the lds
f the jars without the rubbers part
way and set on a rack In the bottom of
large kettle or boiler, separating the
ans by cloths, ropes or wisps of hay.
so that they do not touch. Pour in
old or lukewarm water, never hot, al
owing the water to cover the jars
three-quarters of height, Put on cover
f boiler and steam three hours. Take
ut the jars one by one, fill to overfiow
ng with more of the salt water kept
ot for this purpose, put on the rubber
nd top and screw slowly air tight.
Put back in boiler, adding more water.
nough to Immerse the -jars this time.
Steam one hour more, lift out and set
n thickly folded paper or a board out
of a draft and allow them to cool,
screwing the lid tighter If possible
When quite cold wrap in coarse brown
pape and set in a cool, dark place.
"The Best Way"
Through Sleeping Car Service
Spartanburg, Greenvdlle, Belton
(from Anderson), Elberton,
Athens ad Atlanta, Ga., via
G. S. & A., Greenwood and
Seaboard Air Line, Eftective
Sunday, May 31, 1914.
Latest Improved Steel, Electrically
Lighed. -Twelve Section Drawing
Room Sleepers will be used in
this service. -Operated on
the following schedules:
Leave Spartanburg.--.------7:50 pmn
" ChicN Springs...----- 8:37 pm
" Greenville......----- .. 9:10 pm
" Anderson-.--..---..-9:45 pm
" Belton----.---.-----10:15 pm
" Honea Path--.---- .10:31 pm,
" Donalds........-- ......- 10:42 pmn
Arrive Greenwood .--...---..-11:2pm
" Elberton --------..--.4:2 am
" Athens..-..--------5:03 amr
" Atlanta ------..-.--..6:20 amr
Leave Atlanta..-----------8:55 pmr
" Athens..--.....----... 1203 an
" Elberton---1-- -04 a
" Greenwood----- 6:00 an
Arrives Honea Path ---.--.....6:43 amr
" Donalds -........----- 6:33 an
- Belton ------------- 7:0 a
---Anderson----.. :35 arr
- Greenville..-...-------8:05 arn
- Chick Springs.--........ 8:36 arn
" Spartunburg--.. --.-....9:20 arr
Through tickets sold to all importan1
points. Call your nearest ticket agen1
Greenville, Anderson & Spartan.
. S. Allen. G P. A.. (Wranvile. S. C
No War Prices Here!
We are waging a war on high prices. and we are sure
if there ever was a ti.ne when - ou wanted a dollar to
do double dutyJt will be this fill. Come to our store
and do your fall. shopping and make your low-price .
cotton money go:a Iong way. We are niembers of
the "Buy-a-Bale-of-Cotton" movementr ad will b
1oo bales from our customers at i oc, the.nbunt 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 prices. Selling for cash enabl-es
us tG sell cheap, as we have nulosses, and when you
spend your money here you -.re!not helping to pay
the other fellow's bad debts. Read the prices that
we quote on ites below and notice the saving you
will be able to make:
25 yds good Sea Island sheeting. 27 inches wide, for
$1 or 4c yd. Good heavy 36 inch-sheet-img,1L grade.
value 7-c in short lengths, on sale at 5c yd. Good heayy
grade Cotton Checks, well worth 7c, our low -price 5c y.
Listen at this:-We sell the stmandard calico prints for 5c
yd. A beautiful line of patteins. Good quality apron
checks only 5c yd. All kinds of fancy outings, just the 1
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 sAits. all colors, only 50c yd. Silks
in Messaline, Poplin and Taffetas. $1.25 values; our price
2 98c yd. A pretty line of printed Ratines and Poplins,
g 25c yard.
Millinery and Suit Department
This department of our store is complete. We have
a large line of Ladies' Suits and Coats for you to select
M 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 b, found in
Easley. All new and clean stock and the prices are right
Remember, we stand behind the Shoes we sell and if
M they do not give satisfaction come back and tell us and-9
we will make it good. We have a good line of ladies'
M work shoes for $1.25, $1.39. $1.48. Men's heavy shoes,
$1.48, $1.98 up to $3.50. Bring us your feet and let us
A big line of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Pants, Over
) alls and Shirts at prices that will make you wonder how
we can sell so cheap.
2 big boxes Searchlight matches for 5e. 10 full
pound boxes Eagle Thistle soda for 25c. 8 c'a e !
laundry soip for 25c. Grandma's washing poivder and'
laundry soap, 8 cakes for 25c. Boys' blue serge knicker
bocker pants, 48c dnd 63c. Men's heavy bhie 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.
Edwin L. Bolt & Co., Props.
The Store That's Always Busy.
Easley, S. C.
Now is the time to begin your fall aivertis
ing~campaign andl if vou wish to reach the best
class of p~eople in Pickens county, Trhe Picke11s
Sentinel is the medium'~to use.
The Pickens Sentinel has a guaran teed paid
in-advance circulation of niore than 2,00'0 papers
weekly, the bulk of which go to buying families
in Pickens county, wihich means that the adver
tisea who has something worth while to sa'y to
the lpeople of this region can (10 it with the mini
mum of effort and expenseC through the columns
of the Sentinel.
By using other mediums a'part of the buyers
in this territory can be reached; by using no
other medium than The Sentinel can practically
all of these buyers be reached.
When The Sentinel sells advertising space it
sells circulation-and it delivers the goods.
Pia'ens county has a- larger per cent of
white population and less per cent of law-brea k
ing citizens than any county' in South Carolina,
according to records. This is the ehrss of people
amon who theSentinel circulates.
AThe Senitinel will use every possible and
legitimate means to make advertisements in this
paper profitable to both advertisers and readers.
Our advertising rates are ieasonable, and if
-advortisers desire it we will1 be glad to assist
them in preparing copy for their ads.
,The right kind of advertising builds business.
.THE PICKENS SENTINEL
The Home Paper
Pickens, South Carolina
PICKENS4, S4. C.
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