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PICKEN8, 8. C. ;
THURSDAY May 12, 1910
W. T. Bethea, of Dillon, received
a letter recently from a
lady in New York, saying that
ner (laughter was a passenger on
a train in which the Bethea
tragedy occurred and had been
frightened into a spell of sickness.
Enclosed was a doctor's
bill, which she said Mr. Bethea
ought to pay. He replied that
about forty years ago Sherman
passed through here, frighten-1
ing people almost to death, but
so far he had not heard of any
doctor's bills being paid by
Encourage New Enterprises.
The greatest need of Pickens
to-day is a big pay roll. There
can be 110 big pay roll without
the employment of a large number
of men, and this can not be
without the investment of large
Capital in useful ontornrisinc lilro
mills, factories, etc.
Capital should be attracted to
Pickens in every possible way,
and new enterprises encouraged
with whole heartedness and enthusiasm.
Louisville, Ky., is
sending out to the world a fold
er exploiting her advantages as
a location for all kinds of enterprises,
and offering all sorts of
inducements to attract capital
and encourage new enterprises.
One inducement is to exempt
from taxation for five years all
factories and sites that may be
established there. Another is
to donate sites, in whole or in
part, for factories. This is real
inducement, this is genuine encouragement.
This sort of inducement and
encouragement would attract
much capital and bring many
new enterprises to Pickens, employing
hundreds and thousands
of men and creating a pay
rol) that would pour thousands
? 6f dollars weeklv 011 the counters
of our merchants, and into other
commercial avenues of the town.
There are tentative propositions
right now to locate enterprises
in and about Pickens. A
furniture factory could be locat-1
ed here if properly incouraged.
Towns are made by encouraging:
enterprises; bite towns are
made in this way; big cities are
Let Pickens encourage new enterprises.
Greater Pickens must
be our motto.
Business and Relegion
In the great rush of this 20th
century the christian man seems
to have lost, sifVit. r>f tin*
great fact that Business and
Religion should go hand in hand.
Read our Lords "Sermon on the
mount," which contains all
necessary construction and ad-vice
that is needed in the Chris
titm life, ^hose that do certain
things are "blessed," and those
that do other things cannot be
"blessed," and then he comes
to temporal things, he said
"consider the lilies," the
"Beasts of the field," compare
them with the value of a human
soul, again, why are you
anxious, your father feeds and
clothes them, and he then giv?*s
the great foundation for the
christion to build upon. "First
seek ve the kingdon of God and
his righteousness and all these
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you,"' What things? Of course
the things which he has just
been talking about, food, raiment
and being anxious about
the temporal affairs of this
The great urgent ne >d of the
christian to-day is faith, in
God's word, wo pass along our
streets and wo see over the doors
of business houses " it
Co.," Wh.atdoes It mean? It
means that men have found
that tho brains and capital of
two men accomplishes greater
results than can one man, and
it is good, and what christian
we men need to-day is to take
God into our business, and he
l>eing our partner, we must divide
our profits with him; listen
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ut \jruu ajjeaKiiiK rnrougn
malachi. "Bring i?i fill t.ho
into my storr house and
I will open the windowe of
Heaven and pour you* out such
blessings that there will not be
room to receive it." My brother
have you taken God into
your business? Do you consult
him (ivorv ronvnlnir fnv hisomlil
ance in your temporal life and
business? If not, then you
have missed the sweetness of
life that belongs to the christian
man or woman in this world.
But some one says. "I do all
this but I can't see that I am
benefited," allow me to ask you
one question. If you have taken
God into copartnership, do
you divide profits with him?
Do you expect to have a partner
and you take all that's made?
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hold such a Company together
Christian men we are living
on Gods land, we are his tenants
on a thousand farmes, but
are you paying your rent? Answer
the question "will a man
rob God." and see if von are
carrying your Religion into
I your business. God is calling
to-day as never before, for men
to pay their rents, to divide their
profits, to prove him, millions
are dying without any knowledge
of God, and are now looking
this way and asking this
| question 14who is Jesus?" Dr.
liracllc, a missionary in (Jhina
said eny (lay (luring the famine
in 1907, tlu? fund sonl from
America was placed in the
hands of the missionaries to
distribute, he visited ;t neigborinj^
town and worked hard all
day, relieving the starving and
at OA ening he sat down on t he
bank of tin* canal to eat his
lunch but the starving women
and children crowded around
him, he couldn't cut, hut gave
it out anions them; over on the
other hank sat a man, who said
''what am I going to do, my
wife and children hasn't had
anything to eat in three days,
we have heen taught to kill
missionaries the people who
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(Umui j I'suh, >v iiu isu raiiss;
Men it has been nearly 2,000
years ago since Jesus said "(Jo
teach all nations," and yet there
are millions of people on this
earth today who are eagerly
asking this question "who is
Jesus?" God is today callinu
to men to answer this call by
combining their religion with
their business, if we fail to heed
and obey, we will meet it in the
judgement, then "what will
your answer be."
J. T. Taylor.
"Corn Growers Manual" Sent Out.
I have sent out this week a
copy of "Corn Growers Manual"
to the hoys in the corn growers
contest. All hoys who desire to
contest for a State prize should
write lion. K. J. Watson, Columbia.
Any fanner in the county can
enter the contest. Those who
desire to enter contest send
to Commissioner Watson for the
corn manual. The State Contest,
is separate from the County
The Progressive Fanner, of
Raleigh, N. ('., has offered $1 ,;">()()
in prizes. The hoys in the county
contest should write to that
paper and get instructions so
that they may enter the contest
for the prizes offered by that paper.
H. T. I Tallinn,
County Supt. of Kducation.
I SIMMONS 1MR REGULATOR I
[ jWNOT YOU3l|
1 Church Notices
Keet> this for reference.
Until notice of change is given
the following? order of service
will be observed on the Pickens
charge M. E. C. S.
Sundav School: Everj Sunday
10 a. m.
Epworth League service ev
CI?- J* ? -
wi y ounuay t p. m.
Prayer meeting every Tuesday
7 p. m.
Preaching every 1st 2nd and
4th Sunday 11 a. m.
Church Conference, on 4th Sunday
in April, July and October
11:80 a. m.
Sacrament of the Lord's Sup
per, on ist Sunday in Feb. May,
August and Nov. at 11:30 a. m.
Preaching at the Jail, every
Second Sunday 4 p. m.
Preaching at the Mill Chapel
every 4th Sunday 7 p. m.
Preaching at Bethlehem
Church every 1st Sunday 3 p. m.
every 3rd Sunday 11 a. m.
Church Conferericeon 1st Sunday
Feb., May, Aug. and Nov.
at 3:30 p. m. Sacrament of the
Lord's Supper on 3rd Sunday
in Feb. May, Aug. and Nov. 11
a. m. A cordial invitatiou is extended
T /I AT
ci. Vy. i un^ue
Pastor, Pickens Charge
M. E. C. S.
Porters chapel, 1st. Sunday
11 a. m.
Twelve Mile 1st. Sunday 3:30
Liberty 1st Sunday 7:30 p. in.
Gap llill 2nd Sunday 11 a. m.
Uuhama'ind Sunday 3:30 p. m.
I 1 lihert.v rnt.inn mill 9ml Snr>.
(lay 7:30 p. in.
Liberty 3d Sunday 11 a. in.
Twelve Mile 3d Sunday 3:30
Liberty 3d Sunday 7:30 p. m.
Pair View 4th Sunday 11 a. in.
Gap 11 ill 4th Sunday 3:30 p. m.
Liberty cotton mill 5th Sunday
11 a. m.
li.-i- "i ' ft "? " n/%
iiuiiama am r>unaay p.
C.Ij. McCain, Pastor charge.
NORTH PICKENS CIRCUIT
Friendship 1st Sunday 11 a.
McKinney's chapel 1st Suni
day H p. in.
, Mount Bethel 2(1 Sunday 11
(I. J 11
New Hope 2d Sunday 3 p. m.
Salem 2(1 Sunday 7 p. m.
McKinncy's chapel 3d Sunday
11 a. m.
Friendship .'id Sunday 3 p. m.
Saloni 4th Sunday 11 a. in.
New Hope 4th Sunday 3 p. in.
Bethel 4th Sunday 7 p. in.
E. L. Thoniason I
Pastor in charge.
SiTA'I'L' f\t*y coivnu /? * I1AT *XT 4
<m t n v/r nuu i ii univviiiiii/t,
County of Pickens.
By J. B. Newberry, Probate Judge:
WHEREAS, W. C. Simpson made
fuit to me, to grant him letters of
Administration of the estate and effects
of Samuel Simpson.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred
and creditois of the said Samuel Simpson
deceased, that they be and uj>pear
before mo, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Pickens on the 20th
day of May 1910 next after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause if any they have, why the
said administration should not l>o trrant
Given under my hand, this 9th
d;iy of May Anno Potnini 1910,
J. H. Nkwbkury. (seal)
J. P. P. C.
Whereas, n tielitlonfron tlie freeholders and
electors of IliiKood Hohool district No. 38
hits been tiled with the couuty Hoard of Kduca
lion nskiiiK Htiid hoard for permission to hold
mi election in said district to determine whether
or not mills extra levy shall lie levied on
said district lor school purposes,
it nppearinK to the ('ounty Hoard of Kdueation
llnit the petition meets the requirements
of the law. Therefore itlnorilereo that the
trustees of nhove named district do hold an
election on Mav-H.at llHgoodn school house
tor the ahove stated purpose. The Trustees of
rtliovc iihiium! olsirlct i"tro hereby appointed
uiitniiKers ui -niil election, The election to
he hehl neeonlhiK to the requirements of ?eclion
I'JOH ?if the school Ihw.
K. T. Ilnllum,
se<\ ?* Clim.
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tBM Hair to it* Youthful Color.
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i lie ivty oiunc
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s the "stone" that support# the entire
supersructure. The "Keystone" of this
is f.iir prices, superior goods. If you want
a flawless diamond come here and get
it. Precious stones and ornamental jewelry
from here is guainteed highest
Messrs. W. R. Conley and
Oliver yoyle, of Olemson, were
vlQlfinOfin Snmuxi <111 Uinwlmr .if
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Misses Cony el's and Jennie
Allan, of Central, were visiting
in Seneca last Friday.
It was reported that an air
ship passed over Seneca Sunday
going in a north-western direction.
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veiling had to be postponed Sunday
on account of the hoayy
rains and high water.
Mr. J. W. Hopkins, who has
been ill at his homo in Central,
is reported better. His son,
Mr. J. N. Hopkins, of Seneca,
U/aa Atr/w orvrv
w/ dcu I1IIII Ocltlll ilJi-.y
Salem, W. O. W. Camp will
unveil the R. C. Emerson, deceased,
monument at tho New
Hope burying ground on tho
fifth Sunday, May 29, at twothirty
P. M. Tho public cordially
invited to attend
Rev. M. R. Kirknn.trir.lr will
preach at Old Pickens Church I
on next Sunday afternoon at
Mr. James, M. Moss, of Walhalla,
who, it is reported, will
be a candidate for Secretary of
Stfttfi. wni in Snnopn loaf
Mr. Moss, when asked whether
the report was true or not., did
not either deny or affirm it. He
has been down in tho lower
part of the State on business.
SCHOLARSHIP and ENTRANCE
The examnaton for tho nward of vacant
scholarships in Wintbrop Colleuo
and for the admission of now students
will be held at tho County Court
Houbo on Friday, July 1, ut ? a. in.
Applicants must bo not less than fifteou
years of ago. When Scholarships
are vacant after July 1 they will
be awarded to those making the highest
average at this examination, provided
they meet tho conditions governing
the award. Applicants for scholarships
should write to Presidont
Johnson before the examination for
Scholarship examination blanks.
Scholarships are worth *100 and free
tuition. The next session will open
September 21, 1910. For furthor information
and catalogue, address Pros.
D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill. S. C.
Notioe of Final Setflement and Discharae
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
make application to J. B. Newberry
Esq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the State of South Carolina,
on the 27th day of May. 1010, nt 11
o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon thereafter
as said application can bo heard,
for leave to tnake final settlement of the
estate of M. T. Smith deceased, and
obtain discharge as administrator of
said estate. G. M, Smith,
Notice of Final Settlement and
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
make application to J. B. Newberry
Efwi.. Til H PrnKo^A ?
f n~ W?. ? IUI 1 KM'IIM
county, in the State of Kouth Carol inn,
on the 2 day of June 1910, at 11 o'cloc k
in the forenoon, or aa Boon thereafter ab
said application can be heard, for leave
to make linal sett lenient of the estate of
D. A, Chamblin deceased, and obtain
discharge) aa admrt. of Baid cutate.
Z. L. (Jhnmblin,
Statu of South Carolina,
Countv of PickenH,
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge.
Whereas, T E Porter made Buit tome to
grant him Letters of Administration of
the Estate and effects of J.F. Porter.
These are therefore, to cite all and
singular the kindred and creditors of the
said J. F. Porter deceased, that they
bo and appear before me, in the Court
o? Probate, to be held at Pickens on the
19th day of May 1910 next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have,
why the said administration should not
f )i V(tn mt? l?nM/l *!?**? on* I. -I ' f
v*> uuuv* hit ikuiu tllld nil)' (m
April Anno Domini 1910.
J. B. Ncv.'l>orry,
J. P. P, C.
Wberean, a petition from I lie freeholder)* nml
electors of l'aleMtine achool district No. 'M
has been tiled with tiie County Hoard of ICtlucatlon
nskliiK ?aid Hoard for permission to hold
?n election in aald district to determine wiiether
or not :t mills extra levy ahall he leviedj on
said district for school purnoses.
It appearing to the County Hoard of KducnHon
that the petition meets the requirements of
the law. Therefore it in ordered Hint the trtin
teen of ahov* named district do hold an election
on May 'JI at I'ilOKtllie achool house for
me skovo dated purpose. The election to l>c
held RccoriliiiK to the requirement* of Reetlon
I^OH of the nchonl law.
Tho triisteeii of above named <1 istrx't are
hereby appointed manaRern of nald election,
it. T. nullum,
see. A chin.
Plokens Lodge No, 123
K. of P.,
Stated convention 8:110 p. m? Monday
evening after the 1st and <Jd Sunday.
Worlt ahead for aii the Itankn,
All viBitorR cordially invited.
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II. G. MOORK. ?\ C.
A. M. MOltItIS, K. of K. Anil 8.
J. K. BOOOS W. K. FINDI.KY
BOGGS & FINDLEY
Pickens, S. C.
Office over Plekene benlc.
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Designed by Roseuwald & Weil, <
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man or beast, internal and external use, and is
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itica, Neuralgia, Lame Back, Stiff Joints and
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all Nerve, Bone and Muscle Aches and Pains,
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lealers in medicine.
rite rut at the right it an rxact copy cf our regi?trreil In! .v.aiV whit
grnuine Noah a Liniment. It it iiuite important thit I ho |>utli'- it
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live marks. FLvciyooe thould lieware ofimitation* otfr.nl by onxiu
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ut this Coupon out and Mail at onci
ih Martin, Richmond, Va.
lease Mail me a Free Sample of Noah's I.mime
cuuwc iwo M. cent >iwapg lor potU?e.
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5 on request. If is good I
poiitively guaranteed to j
Rheumatism in al! forms, |
Muscles, Sove Throat, t
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nd $1.00 per bottle L/ a
:h if on evrry and cm!. r? j
lOUKJ noic Iliu IMIOIO purclu?ir.w. its ft
ink. None tt^uuir.r without tWi* M
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