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(By E. 0. SELLERS, Director of Eve
ning Department The Moody Bible In
stitute of Chicago.)
LESSON FOR JANUARY 26.
CAIN AND ABEL.
LESSON TEXT-Genesis 4:1-15.
GOLDEN TEXT-"Whosoever hateth
his brother is a murderer." I John 3:15.
In due process of time and . in
obedience to God's command (Gen.
1:28), Eve bore Adam two sons, each
a very different type of manhood.
Mothers ought to ponder upon the
words of Eve, "I have gotten a man
with the help of Jehovah." Parents
should realize that it is God who
sends them their children, e. g., by his
help, and it is to him they n-ust give
account for their nurture and up
bringing. Upon reaching manhood
one, Abel, became a shepherd, and
the other, Cain, became a farmer. The
difference in their characters, not their
occupations, is illustrated by the sac
rifices they brought to offer unto God.
Although it is not recorded, it is
highly probable that God had com
manded that there should be an offer
ing of blood. Sin had entered the
world and we are told in Hebrews
9:22 and 10:19, 30, that only by
the shedding of blood is there any re
mission of sin. The blood atonement
may be repugnant to some superficial
thinkers, but it is not in the sight of
God. It is God's way. It can be
traced in the early traditions of nearly
every religion.
Cain's Offering.
The fundamental fault was really
in Cain and not in his offering. Had
Cain's heart been right he would have
made a proper sacrifice that would
have been acceptable in God's sight,
I. John 3: 12. We are told that Abel's
offering was of faith, Heb. 11:4, and
hence it was a more excellent sacri
fice than that of Cain, for "without
faith it is impossible to please God."
The firstling of the flock, the lamb,
was a type of that true sacrifice of
fered before the foundations of the
world, John 1:29. There is another
fundamental difference between these
two offerings. Cain's offering repre
sented the labor of his own hands
and was much more pleasing to the
eyes than that of Abel.
P God's disrespect for Cain's offering
was due to sin, vv. 6. "Sin crouch
eth at the door." Here sin is pictur
ed as a wild beast lying at the door
and ready to spring upon him who
first gives entrance. God dealt in
mercy with Cain, even though he 'did
not accept of his offering, but Cain
did not conquer the sin crouching at
his door and therefore the terrible
denouement.
From the marginal reading (R. V.)
of verse eight and also from the Sep
tuagint we gather that Cain invei
gled Abel into the country, having de
lieaeyplanned to wreak his yen
geance upon him, it being impossiblE
to do so in the place where the sac
rfice had been offered. Cain's anger,
not only against God, but against his
brother whoin God had accepted, ii
evidenced today by the way the world
hates those whom God accepts, John
15:19. Cain slew Abel because his
own works had been evil and those ol
his brother righteous.
.The Old, Old Question.
God gave Cain an opportunity tc
confess his sin (v. 9). See I. Johr
11:9. As passion subsided Cais
"saw," and "heard," even though he
lied while trying to escape a jusi
punishment. God's startling question
has been ringing down through these
ages, "Where is thy brother?" Broth.
ers are being wronged, oppressed,
cheated, and defrauded. Brothers are
being lost for whom Christ died. In
dustrial oppression, "man's Inhumani
ty to man," and the "blood of right,
eos Abel," shall be, Is being, and has
been required of the nation, the age,
yea the individual. Cain saw his lie
'was detected and so tried to excuse
himself. Millions have repeated his
weak excuse, "Am I my brother's
keeper?" And God has thundered back
the reply, "Yes." We are debtors to
The penitence of Cain was -not over
his guilt, but rather over the degree
of his punishment, vv. 13, 14. Murder
always dema.nds vengeance. Note,
however, the marginal reading, "mine
iniquity is greater than can be for
Igiven." Thank God we have a media
tor of a better covenant, Heb. 12:24.
ICain made a mistake in assuming that
God could be localized in one place
and that he who must become a wan
derer In the land, "the first colonist,"
would of necessity be separated from
IGod's protecting care. There was the
added fear of himself being slain;
how doth conscience make cowards
of us all."
We therefore see in this lession, I.,
The Sons, vv. 1, 2; II., The Sacrifice,
vv. 3, 7; III., the Slain Brother, vv.
-10; IV., The Sentence, vv. 11-15.
For the younger pupils emphasize
jealousy and its developments. The
fact that we are keepers of our broth
ers as we deal with the sins of the
day The missionary appeal can well
be emphasized In connection with this
lesson. The development of habits
from the seed thought comes logically
in this connection. But be sure to
emphasize the mercy of God and sal
vation through the Blood of the Lamb,
our Lord Jesus Christ.
You don't have to hump up
in the back while plowing with
a Perfection Stock, get one.
Pickens Hardware & Grocery
omany.
For 1?sults
STE
AN ORD
To raise supplies for the City
of Pickens for the fiscal year
commencing the 25th day of1
February. A. D., 1913. and end
ing the 25th day of February,
A. D., 1914.
Be it ord -ined by the Mayor i
and Aldermen of the city of <
Pickens. S. C., in cou.:cil asse:n
bled and by the authority of <
the same, that from and after
the passage of this ordinance,:i
license fe for the purpose of 1
raisinfunds to defray the cur- i
rent expenses of said city shall 1
be due and payable annually
from all persons, firms and cor
For
Each peddler or hawker, $2.50 pei
Each hotel keeper ----------
Each restaurant keeper-_.._.-__.
Each boarding house (public) kee
Each wood shop.......................
Each blacksmith shop per forge...
Each livery and feed stable.........
Each sale and exchange stable....
Each two horse hack or buggy .
Each one horse back or buggy....
Each two horse dray wagon.......
Eachlone horse dray wagon.......
Each picture agent selling pictur
other than by sample.........
Each clothes cleaning shop..........
Each clothr-s cleaner not maintaif
its business in the city of P
E ich barber shop perchair.........
Each photographer whose busine.
hundred dollars per year....
And over two hundred dollars....
Each express company or railroad
business............................
Each telegraph company.... .... ...
Each telephone company............
Each dentist..................... .........
Eachiphysician (resident)............
Eaclh printing pflice and job office <
Earh fertilizer deal, r other than n
Each warehouse other than for pi
Each pawn broker and money Ien
Each boot and shoe mending sho
Each bottling works...................
Each ice dealer other than meat r
Each life or fire insurance compo
Each ins' rance agent of any kin
Each tini er....................
Each m icine peddler per day $5
Each shoe shiner..............
Each beef or fresh meat market.
Each fishland ovstyer dealer....
Each sewmng machine agent...
Each agent selling organs. pianos
'ments not by sample......
Each bank....................
Each poster and distributor of billh
Each lawyer...................
Each surveyor or civil epgineer...
Each contractor...............
Each architect and designer...
Each public,.cotton buyer or broke
Each real estate broker'or dealer
Each railroad company.........
Each .electrie ligh.t or power comj
Each cotton-seedioil mill........
Each dealer in buying and sellin.
and meal..................
Each dealer in lumber, shingles
building material pertainini
monly known as lumber 3
with what is known as lun
mill.....................
Each planing mill business or
combined ................
Each dealer in manufactured buit
sash, doors and blinds, othe
Each undertaker..............
Eachfauctioneer, $5.00 per day....
Each laundry.................
Each person selling fresh meats f:
except as_ allowed by state I
Each peanut, candy, fruit or drin
ular merchants in estab'ish
Each non-resident dealer in-live s'
Each slot machine other th1p ov
connection with other licen:
Each hotel, cigar or cigarette stai
Each pool table................
Each electiician, wiring, etc...
Eachtailor....................
Each agent selling rights or pater
Each resident machinist........
Each non-resident machinist..
Each garage and repair shop (wit
any where in city)........
Each jeweler....................
Each traveling optician per day
Each i-esident optician ..........
Each. wood and coal dealer, or b~o
Each merchant doig business un
Each merchant doing business ov
Each merchanit doing business ov
Each merchant doing business ov
Each merchant doing business ov
Each merchant doing business of
Each merchant doing business ov
Ech merchant doing business ov
Each merchant doing business or
Each mnercha nt doi.n e business ar
And f-or each a ddit'ional 1,t
s,ee. 2. Said license fees shall
be (duefind paya-ble on the 25th
lar of F'ebruary, A. D., 1913,
and up ~oDnpayment to the treas
urer oft the saidl city, he shall
isre to the person or persons,
fim or corporation so paying
th -s me, a license certificate
~ignedl bx the treasurer and1
contrsigned by the mayor of .
'the .Cit-y, whieh certifi.cate shall.
oprte as a-receipt for the snm
orsumus so paid. and wh-idh cer
+ficato shaJ.l design.nte the
INANCE
porations doing business within 1
he incorporate limits of the I
'he said City of Pickens, as fol
ows, to wit:
Sec. 1. All persons, firms and
:orporations, whether individual
nercantile, manufacturing or
)tberwise, owning, operating or I
:onductine any occupation, or
:alling, or 1ollowing any occu
>ation, means of livelihood, or (
>usiness for the purpo?es of (
?rofit or gain, hereinafte$sched
iled or designated, shall pay in- t
:o the treasury of said City of E
Pickens a license fee each as
:ollows:
t
Per Annum 1
day or.------..------- $25.00
10.00
5.00
per ------------------ 5.001
2.50
5.00~
................................... 10.00
.................................. 10.00
.................................. 5.00
.................................. 2.50 ]
.................................. 5.00 1
.................................. -2.50 1
es and picture frames I
................................... 10.00
................................... 5.90 5
ung a shop who solic
ickens.......................... 5.00 C
.. ........................... 3.@0
C
s does not exceed tw-)
.......... I........................ 2
.................................. .0T
company doing express
.......................... ....... 5.00Ie
I.... ............................. 5.00 8
................................... 20.00
.......................... ,...... 7.50 1
........... ........... ........... 7 50 o
-om bine ..................... 5.00
erchant..................... 5.00
-ivate use..................... 5.00
0er.............................. 20.00 i
100
p................................. 5 00
. .......................... ....... 2.50
rarket......................... 5.00 t
y.............................. 0 00
10.00 C
25.00
and adver.......n........... 10.00 '.
10.00.
5.00
5........ .00r
10.00,t
a.......................210.00
......................... 5.00
and athetsiand mather 1.6.
... ...... ............... 5.00~
rhr than merchant....10.00
any .................... 20.00w
......... ...... . .... .. 5.0
ro cotton ore ohrwisels
a... p.r.d.y.$.............. 50
kand oather tanoter
edth business com-...0
ibed bynt merpansing *
.............. .............. 2150
.ts........... . 00............ 25.00
co priilgon of orking
aw5pr ay$10
edbuns.................. 5.00
er busiess.............. 2.50
e1d......................... .50
...... ................... 7.50
e.......... ............... 10.00
................ ........... 12.500
tser 00 to$5.000.......1 5.00
er.000 to.2.................15.00
er........ .2.............. 210.00 '
5r2.00..........O ........ 25.00j
00er 1 ~,00................ 2.5
ermount so 2;500.. by....... 5.00
buiesfr 2,w h500....... thesam
iinen5,000to operate..........s.
ec. 00 o 0,00........ othr.50n
or telphne0ol oo2.0..... on7.y00l
on Main0 streor,'00any.. stretcrss
inguMting tree or,000...... 30.00
Mai sovetrwithout0the5connts.
aofnt maoprd of th or , Cand6
thcenshallte fs occupation or
sallebe ndsten only teh
Plackens shallefirst maye beesib-'
st-1885
LUZE
iated by said mayor, and upon
)ayment of such license there
'or as he may determine appro
)riate in each case, such license
iot to exceed the sum of twenty
ive and no one-hundreth dollars
$25.00) in any case.
Sec. 4. Any person, firm or
:orporation failing or refusing I
o pay his, her or its license as
>rovided in this ordinance shall,
ipon conviction thereof, be re
[uired to pay. into the treasury
(said city a sum not exceeding
ne hundred dollars or to serve
sentence of not more than
hirty (30) days for each and
very such offense hereunder.
Done and ratified in council
Lssembled and by authority of
he same and corporate seal
Lffixed. this 14th day of Jan
iary, A. D., 1913.
G. R. Hendricks.
Mayor.
W. F. Mauldin,
Clerk.
Clerk's Sale.
tate cf S4 u-h Carolina
County of Pickens
n C,mnon Pleas Court
). F. WIlliam3 et al, plaintiffs,
against
V. R Oatesias executor. et al. defend
ants.
In pursuance of a decretal order made
i the above stated case by His Honor
W. G. Shipp. presid nL judge, at
hambers, dated January 3d. 1913, -rd
n fire in the Clerk's office Pickers
ou itv, S C . I will s,ll on Salt sday In
'ehruary. 1913. during the legal hours
r sale at Pickens C. H., S. C , all those
iece,, parceis or tracts of land to wit:
First. All that certain piece. parc-l
. tract of land in the countv of Pickens
tate of S nib Carolina. Tract No, 1;
ounded on the north by lands of And
reon Williams ai.d traLt No. 2 On
he south by Russell and Johns)i land.
Vest by Vllenburg land. C:>ntainVg
ne hundred (ICO) a:res more or less, as
hown liv % plat made by E. Oscar
Unth, surveyor, on the 1st day ef May,
912.
Second. Als.) a!l that tract of land
2 Pickers cour:ty, South Carolina,
ounded on the north.east by M.:Whor
er land. Oti the s.-uth-east by Ru-seit
ind. On the south and south-west by
ract No. 1 of the R. 0 Williams lanti.
ontainirg ninety-two and one-half
)2 1-2) acres more or less -as shown by!
lat ma' e by E. Oscar Smnish. surve or,
he lst .day of s ay. 1912 on Twenty
hree Mile creek,
Terms of sale cash. Purchaser or
>urchasers to pay for all papers and
ecording the same. The terms of sale
nust be complied with in one hour Or
he premises will be resold on the sime
*r a subsequent Salesday at the ri.sk of
uch bidder failing to comply.
A. J. BOGSGS,
Clerk of Court.
Clerk's Sale.
itate of South Carolina.
County of Pickens
ni Common Pleas Court
V. B Freenmn. P.aintiff
against
V. B. Brezeale et al. Ieiendan:.s.
In pursuance of a decretal order mad
n the abv.ve stited case by: His Honor
. W, G. Shipp, prea.iagjudge. ati
jhambers, dated .January 13i. 1913. an d
u file in the Clerk's office Pickens
:ounty, South Carolina, I will sell on
salesday in February, 19I3. dur'.r the
gal hours for sale at Picken~s C H., s
., all those pieces tiarcels or tracts of
and to wit:
First. All that piece. tiarcel or tract
f land belonging to WV. Bi Breazei.1
-.ing and being in the state and otnotv
loresaid on Gregory's creek wate-s of
welve Mile river and adjoining land
>f Charles Uhilders. Gu3 Bowen. J M.
EungbI>od. and others andi havin g
uchi meres an.i bi-unds as shown by
lat made by J. P. Attaway. surveyor.,
~ovmtber 10, 19(6, and coniain ng
htr ty-two and 05-100 acres miore or less.:
t being the same tract of land conve -
o W, B. Bre.izeale by Mrs. E. .
Eungblood et al, on November 16.
.909.
Second. All that other piece. parcel
ir tract of land belongmng to Johri
iougblood bituated, 'ia'g anid b-ing
n the saroe state and co'unty aforesail
m the waters of G.regory's cre.
3ranchi waters of Twe.ve Mile river.
djoinmng lands of Eliza Yo.ungblt oi
m the north and Fanmie * nngiod
m the soth-easi~t, Clint Cannon en a he
outh and Augustus B3owen on t[e
outh-west. I;. being a part ot the landi
onveyed to M1rs. E. J. Youngbltod by
. A. Hunnicutr. April :'0. NIl, and
on taining thirty -two and 95-1 (1 acres
nore or h.ss. Terms (of pale en~sh. Pur
haser or purchasers to p'iy f. r n-il on
ers and recordin. of samne.
C. C P.
Auditor's Notice.
The time ftr taking re-turns for the
rear 1913 will open Jknuary let annd
:ontinaue until Fenruary 20, 1913. A fter
hich time a penalty of 50) per cent
vill be added for non returns. All able
sodi-d male persons from the ages of 12
o 511 years. b, tb inclusive, are required
'o make return of Capitation Road tax,
~xcept ministers of the gospel actually
n chargre of a congregatior, school
rUstees. and those living in the incor
orate lostsa of any city or town in the
~outy. Poll tax runs tromn 21 to 60.
~ears, both inclusive. rapitation Dog
ax the same, 50 cents per head.
Please bear in maindI that the' iounds
ade by the Auditor is for the c.>sven,
ence of the tax payitrs anid nnot compusi
ory. so I hope ;.oin will avail yourselve
>f this opportunity and rueet mein
promp'ly at the appointed places
I will be at the following places to
Loo[(r's Gin, Thursday, Jan,uary 23,
afternoton )
Dacusvilae. Fi iday, January :4. (for
aoon )
Peter's Creek, Friday. January 24,
frnn.)
Plunkett of Ireland
at Corn Exposition
Columbia, S. C. (Special)
Announcement is made here
that Sir Horace Plunkett of Ire
land, prominently known as the
leader of Irish agricultural re
form, has accepted an invitation
to deliver an address at the Fifth
National Corn Exposition which
opens here 27th of ithis month.
SirHorace will speak onNational
Farmers' Union Day, which has
been set for Thusday of the
first week, January 30. The
pro"ram for National Farmers'
Union Day is being arranged by
>ffcials of the National and
State farmers' union organ
Izations.
Pumpkintown, Saturday. January 25,
forenoon.)
Iolly 1prings, Saturday, January 25.
af:ernoon.)
Eastatoe, (W. W. Aiken's store) Tues
day, January 28, (afternoon.)
Lile Creek. WednEsday, January 29,
forenoon.)
Gap Hill, Wednesday. January, 29,
afternoon.)
Six Mile. Thursday, January 20,
forenoor.)
Praters Thursday, January 30, (after
rioon.)
I will be in my office after January
30t h. Returns will also be taken in the
ffice during the entire time I am on
my r:unds. Re!pectfui'y.
N. A. CHRISTOPRER.
County Auditor.
Pickens, S. C. Dec. 5 1912
Tax Notice.
Xtice of County Treasurer, Pickens County.
Pickens, S. C., October 1, 1912
The books for the collection of State and
'ounty taxes will be open from
October 15th 1912 to December 31st 1912.
Those who prefer to do so can pay in Janua
ry -1913, with I per cent additional. Those
who prefer paying in February 1913, can
o so with 2 per cent additional. Those who
refer paying in March 1913, to the 15th of said
nonth, can do so Dy paying an additional 7 per
ent. After said date the books will close.
N. B.-Tax payers owning property or paying
ax for others, will please ask fo tax receipt
in each township or special school district in
which he or they may own property. This is
very important as there are so many special
wchool districts. Those who do not wish to
!ome to the office can write me, not later than
D)cember 20th. and I will furnish them with
:be amount due and they can remit me by
.eck, money order or registered letter, If
tamps ari sent do not send above two (2)
,ent, as I cainot use them. Please do not
;end me cash without registering same, as it is
iable to get lost: if sent otherwise it must be
t sender's risk.
Levy for State tax ...... ..... ........5X Mills
Levy for Constittiional School tax . 3 mills
Levy for Ordinary County tax. ...6 mills
Levy for Sinking Fund ....... ......1 mills
Levy for Past Indebtedness......... mills
Levy for Chain Gang....... ..... .. 2% mill
Levy for State Constable...... . .....A% mill
Tot'a 19% mills
SCHOOL TAX.
Special Levy for School District No. 1, 2 mills
Special Levy for Schoo.1 District No. 2,.. .2 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 3... .2 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 4... .2 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 5, . .2 mills
Special Lovy for School Dirtrict No. 7.... 4 mills
Special Lev3 for School District No. 8,.. .2 mills
special -.evy for School District No. 9,. 10 mIlls
Special Levy for School District No. 10, 2%~ mills
pecial Levy for School District No. 11, 7% mills
Special Levy for School Distric t No. 12, .2 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 13,. .8 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 14,. .4 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 16.. .6 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 17,. .7 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 18, 2 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 19, 2mills
Special Levy for Schooi District No. 20,...2 miils
Special Levy for School District No.21... .4 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 22,. .4 mills
Special Levy for School D)istrict No, 23,. .2 mills
SpecIal Levy for School District No. 24, 2%4 mills
Special Levy for School D)istrict No. 25, 2%. mills
Special Levy for School District No. 2r,. .2 mills
peial Levy for School District No. 28.. .4 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 29. 3 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 31. 15 mills*
Special Levy for School District No. 32...3 mills
pecial Levy for School District No. 3G ,4 mills
Speciel Levy for Schoot District No. 37. 4 mIlls
Special Levy for Sohool District No. 38, 2 mills
Special Levy for School District No, 40. ,2 mills
Special Levy for School District No 41, 3 mills
Special Levy for- School District No. 42.. .2 mills
Spe.ial Levy for School District No. 46.. .4 mills
Special Levy for School District No 47.. .3 mIlls
Special Levy for Sehool District No. 49,. .2 mIlls
Special Levy for School District No. 51.. .3 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 52, 2 mills
Special Lev'y for School District No. 53,...3 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 55.. .4 mills
Special Levy for School- District >oa. 56. ..4 mills
Levy for interest on Pickens R. R. Bonds
ilurricane township..............2 mills
19vy for interest on P'ickens R. R. Bonds
r.astatCO township..............2%4mills
I,vy for interest on Pickens R. R. Bonds
Pickens C. H. township............ 2 mills
P'oll Tax, One (1) lDollar. Every male citizen
from 21 to to 60) years Is liable. except Confeder
ate soldiers, who do not pay after 50 years, and
those excused bylaw.
Cjoimmutation Road Tax. St.50. The Leg
islture enacted the following law: "That all
alebodled male persona from the age of twen
tv-one andl fifty years, both inclusive, in Ithe.
coutty of Pickens, shall be required annually
to pay one dollar and fifty cents commutation
or road tax, except ministers of the gospel ac
tualy in charge of a congregation, persons ner
mantntly disabled In the military service of
this State. and persons who served in the late
war between the states. and all persons act aal
ly employed in the quarantine servIce of1 tDe
sate, anid all student' who may be attet:din.g
any school or college at the time when the com
mtation tax hereinabove provided for shall
become due shall be re.quired to pay to the
County Treasurer of said county, between the
15th uday of ()erober and the :31st day of Decenm
ber in each and every year. an annual conmmu
tation or road tax of one dollar andl fifty cents
per head,. and any failure to pay said road tax
shll he a mrisdemfleanlor. and the offender, upon
cov,ultion. shall be punished by a fine of not
less than live dollars and not more than fifty
dollars. or imprisoned for not more than thirty
days.
Captitationt Dog Tax. All persons owning
dogs are reqired to pay a tax of fifty (50) cents
on each dos. Respectfully
Taylor H. Stewart,
county TPeasurer.
Very Serious
It is a very serious matter to ask
for one medicine and have the
wrong one given you. For this
reason we urge you in buying to
-be careful to get thec genuine
BAK-TRAU6UT
liver Medicine
ble medicine, for constipation, in-.
digestion and livcr trouble, is firm
ly established. It does not imitate
other medicines. It is better than
others, or it would not be the fa
vorite liver powder, with a larger
sale than cll others combined.
SOLD.n T'mwN n2

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