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tinuance of same. My stock is full and complete with
all seasonable Dry Goods, Underwear, Hosiery and
Shoes, Blankets. etc., at as low prices as dependable
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V- FRANK MoFALI
(By E. 0. SELLERSW, Acting Plrector of Ol'(
Sunday School Course, Moody Bible In
stitute, Chicago.) cai
LESSON FOR MARCH 21 ye
JONATHAN AND HIS ARMOR- Mi
LESSON TEXT-I Samuel 14:1-13.
GOLDEN TEXT-Let us ptut en the r
moir of light.-om.~ 13:12. --9
Samuel's review of his life of integ- ter
rity, hi charge to the Israelites, God's th
testimony of displeasure over their ha
persistent desire to have a king, and
Samuel's words of comfort and as
surance as found in chapter 12, form
an interesting connection with last
Sunday's lesson, In chapter 13 ive te
have the record of Israel again in dis
tress and of Saul's folly in his assuin- a
Ing the priestly office (vv. 13, 14)..
I. Saul's Dist'ess, vv. 1-4. That ]
saul'a disobedience, just indicated, had gtt
incurred God's displeasure, we know. C'e
[t evidently' had its effect upon the t
people also, for his army had dwindled
luring the intervening fifteen or eight
ien years, from 330,000 (chi. 11:8) to T
.a feeble 600 (v. 2). They were fu'ther at
aandicapped by a lack of weapons of
(ch. 13:19-23). Deserted by Jehovah, fai
iy Samuel, Jehovah's priest, and by the
pearly all of his enthusiastic subjects ro(
(see 11:12) Saul was "in the uttermost Fa
part, of Gibeah" hiding under a pome- ing
Iranate tree (see vv. 11, 22 and 13-:6). a
lhis may refer to his being at Rimmon _
(Judges 20:43-4'). In this retirement
Saul retains Ahiah (v. 3) as priest,
lhus keeping up the outward form of F
worship. This priest is not referred to gO
s Jehovah's. lie was a grandson of it i
Phinehas, one of Ell's wicked sons, gel
Ind as such was not to be a successor Sul
[n the high priest's office (ch. 2:30
36). Such an outward form of "dead pa,
works" cannot take the place of a liv
ing faith. For Saul to consult the or
icle of the Urim and Thummim worn Sta
ay the priest and later to call up fa- Cot
niliar spirits, shows his lack of spir- Y
tual apprehension. The references hok
rnade to Saul's conduct (chapters 12, Dis
L3) are an indication of his character the
ind emphasize the psalmist's words tha
is found in Ps. 119:11, 105. w
It. Jonathan's Victory, vv. 4-13. But tric
GLod had one leader to whom lie could T
speak, Jonathan, who is one of the tee
finest and most attractive characters an 4
in the whole Bible. This episode Is day
among the most brilliant in the his- ThE
tory of the Israelitish nation. It was age
a brave deed, and an evidence of that era
triumphant faith shown so clearly in E
Jonathan's dealings with David. There uca
seems to be a suggestion that Jona- t
than had lost confidence in his fa
ther, for neither lie nor the people
knew where Jonathan had gone.
Verses 4 and 5 vividly picture the Sta
nature of the location wherein Jona- Col
than undertook this feat. Jonathan I
clearly counted upon the fleshly coy- the
enant sign as ground upon which to act
expect help and victory over his ene- tru
mies, who lacked such a sign (v. 6). 12
The army of the Philistines had been 90
divided into three sections (Chi. 13: er
17), and this gave Jonathan his op- an
portuinity. The garrison at Michmash to
was on the opposite side of the ra- tee
vine from Geba, Saul's headquarters. hai
Hidden by'the cliffs it was quite easy bot
to app~roachi the Philistines. It is an am
Interesting and enlightening conversa- ab
tion recorded as ensuing on that jour- abo
ney. . cl
Jonthan-It may be that the Lord boa
wvill wvork for us; for there is no re- an~
straint to the Lord to save by many or Ma
by fewv (v. 6). th
Armiorbearer-D all that is in thine Ha
heart; behold I am with thee, ma
Jonathan-We will pass . . . sch
over, and will discover ourselves. dec
The test, as recorded in verses 9"
and 10 was a real one and a rove- be
lation of Jonathan's shrewdness. Not and
to be invited up by the Philistines '1
would suggest a desire they may have ing
had to cover up any weakness. To be go~
asked to "come" suggests their self
Today's Message. Two young men Trt
of faith saved a nation sunk in despair
and disgrace. They inspired confi
dence in God and his promises. "Youth
for battles, old age for counsel," but Sta
there are times .that demand action Coln
more than conference and considera
tion. Courage is only of value, how- the
ever, when based upon much training, Jar
devotion to God, the interests of oth. IZir
era, and a clear vision, It is not a un
mere flash in life's pathway. Courage wh*
is contagious; Jonathan's feat set on nu
Are the soul of a nation. Read again sch
the roll of honor ini the eleventh chap
ter of H-ebrews. 'The highest courage the
is not physical but moral. This cour- do
ago is openi to all, but it is intelligent- on
ly groundedh upon God's sure revela- 39
tion in his word and in the person of tior
his Son, our Lord. "And his armor- of j
bearer after him."
Jonathan did not go alone. On the UCa
other hand it is not probable this young
lad would have gone up those rocks'
had not Jonathan led the way; be
cause one went before him, lie was Thi
able to scale the fortress. God alone
knows the heights to which we may By
attain, but does not ask us to go alone,
nor expect us to do the impossible.:
The greatest heroes are not military, deI
they ar'e Christian heroes, who put T
on the Christian armor and whose moi
"strength is the strength of ten be. ore
cause their hearts are pure." Such Mr
heroes are not dismayed at the con- be
tempt and gibes of the enemy. o
BLUE RIDGE RAILWAY COMPANY bo
(Between Walhalla and Belton)C
Time Tablo No. 16-Effective Ootober 18, 12:01 day
a. mn.. 1914
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Lv. Andii as Dpot 8 31 4 4? 2 25 8 05.10 48 eat
tr. liton...900 520 .......1 118 DlE
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Lv. iolton.1....35 90 0 .,t.2a2n. n
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Ihv. Pendileton.... I2 01 ...3 49 829 12 261 6 34 me
v. Seneca.18 .. . ~ j11 03un
Bef& v 4~a
By courtesy of, -4uther Ba
ill, of near 1 Seti,
I Is In posse w~ di'lc,U4dI
eresting 8s8uof t o4th.
0. Thursday mor
L861. 'It is Vl Al,
M. McJunkin and, 'j. 0.
iley ~ di'b - proprietOf'...
Price w.as.,editor and Q.
Junkin was assistanteditor.
is copy of the paper was ad
ssed to A. B. 0. Trotter. Ad
tising its subscription prIce
avs: "One dollar a year .in
iance; one dollar and a hif'
lelayed." The paper is four
tea - with, seven columns on
:h page and is well printed.
headings and. m a k e - u p
atly resemble some of the
tdings and the make-up of
Yorkville Enquirer, one of
best present-day newspapers.
'he Enterprise contains some
eresting articles. It contains
account of the inaugural ad.
as of President Lincoln and
riments editorially upon it.
) expect to ieproduce in The
itinel soon this editorial.
der the head "From the Con
sses" appears news of the
>uthern Congress" dated at
ntgomery, Ala., 'and of the
orthern Congress" dated at
n this old paper we notice
oral advertisements which
k peculiar now. One adver
)ment reads: "Negroes to
e, by the year. Apply to Z.
rin." C. H. Judson adver
,s for a servant gifl. One of
most prominent advertise
nts reads: "Wood, Eddy &
's Lotteries, authorized by
states of Delaware, Missouri
I Kentucky. Draw daily in
blic under the supervision of p
orn commissioners. Prizes
y from $2.1 to $100,000.I
ikets $2.1 to $20." j
Ireenville was only a town
on this paper was published
,I one notice says "Town
xes are Now Due." Office
kers appear to have been
re plentiful- then than now.
urteen candidates are an
inced for Tax Collector. A
ws item headed "Sales Day"
Lds: "A large number of the
izens of our district were pres
tin town on Monday last. As
t little property was sold, we
sume that most of them came
look after their money mat
's, and find out how things
re going.-A negro woman,
ed about 26 years, and her
'o children, a jirl and boy,
ed 5 and 7 vyears, were sold
finc teen hundred and ten
'he paper is ini fairly good
toe of preservation and we ox
et to reproduco for our readers
:er on several art icles from it,
we believe it will prove as in
'esting for them as it has for
April 10 hais been named as
lean up" day in South Caro
a by the State board of health.
ch a day has been called the
ernal renaissance of sanitary
Isectures will be delivered
'oughout the State in the in
est of better sanitation. The
wvention rather than the cure
disease is the end in yie w.
L'he Glenn Springs school dis
ot of Spartanburg county is
first in the-state to perfect
>etition to make effective the
npulsorv school attendance
v passedl at the last session of
a legislature. A majority of
qualified electors of that dis
et signed the petition asking
it the law be made operative
are, the petition has been filed
th the clerk of court and the
v will become effective July 1.
Iohn M. Cureton, who was
rk of court of Greenville
mnty, died Wednesday. Pro
to Judge Walter M. Scott is
w clerk of court, by statute,
til a successor is chosen.
W1rs. Nancy Ann Lus't died at
a home of her father the late
tjor Leon ard Rogers near
1em, Oconee county, last Fri
y a week ago. She was 65
ars old and had been a widow
We greatly appreciate the con
itulations of Editor Gossett
d hope to be able to offer sim
r congratulations to him some
I'ho people of Anderson coun
will vote on March 30 on the
estion of issuing $750,000 for
Don't forget to read the ad
rtlsements this week. It may
w'e you money.
l'respass riotices printed on
ith for sale at this office.
iiRoofing and Hot Air Furnaces
SOUTH MAIN STREET,
reenville, S. C.Pon31
T~hprh is 6n0iiiti.the co N
and he reside a ley, who
66 years of age,'t t has never
'itten: no.eceIyed a- letter or
stal card'throuh the mail in
i life. He has never taken a
>aper eithe In. his iife, He is
11 hale ahd hearty and works,
ary day.\ This man has butch
d more hogs, sheep snd beef'
;tle than - anybody we -know.
and has-: a mule that is 82
irs of age heo han owned for
years. This man's natbe is
F. Mort Couch.-Easley
ev. I. F& Wallace and Mr. J. dre
Robinson, of Seneca, have its
inched the Piedmont Presby- ad
lan, a bi-monthly paper in
interest of church and 8ab- pal
'h school work in the Pied- ea
nt Presbytery. The first s
mber dated March 1, is very gr
ractive and full of informa- hei
n. The paper is vrinted at i
office of the Seneca Farm l
n the closing hours of con- 4n
sa the senate passed a rural dri
dits bill carrying $100,000,000 cor
be lent, to farmers in sums W(
iging from $300 to $10.000. iget
e length'of the loans was fixed Un
ten vears and the interest rate gre
5 per cent. House and senate "S
led to agree, however, and so Mc
whole rural credits issue "Ns
s over until next session. Wi
rmers must then begin fight- ]
the very day congress meets sev
I never let up till it adjourns. loo
)rogressive Farmer. tis
'hey say preachers are not Ma
>d financiers. Wonder how tis
s, then, that they manage to th<
along at all on the small me
ns their stingy congregations Co
r them.--Newberry Observer. th<
te of South Carolina, va
inty of Pickens.
rhereas, a petition from the free
lers and electors of Eastatoe School (
trict Number 51 has been filed with wi
County Board of Education asking an
an election be held to determine Ta
ther or not an additional special levy
one mill shall be levied on said dis- see
t for school purposes. mc
herefore, it is ordered that the trus- Fo
of the above-named district do hold
Alection in said district on the 20th no
of March, 1915, at the school house. n,
trustees are hereby appointed man- 'reE
rs, the election to be conducted in cit
ordance with section 1742 of the gen
y order of the County Board of Ed: bu
tion. R. T. HALLUM, pr
Ji Secv. and Chairman. to
Notice f Election
te of South Carolina,
Linty of Pickens.
Vhereas, the General Assembly of a
State of South Carolina passed an f
at the last session authorizing the do
stees of Reunion School District No.
to issue coupon bonds for the p)ur-st
e of purchasing a lot or lots and '
cting a school bumlding and equipping PC
ne. The act furthermore authorizes lai
election to be held on March 20, 1915, as
determine wvhether or not the true
s of the above-named district shall e
re power to issue and sell coupon US
Lds of said school district for an
Junt not exceeding $2500.00 for the
herefore, in accordance with the .C
ye-mentioned act authorizing the hii
ltion, it is hereby ordered by the Su
rd of trustees that said election be, "y
the same is hereby ordered on
rch 20, 1915, to determine whether Ia
I bonds shall be issued or not, and
t T. N. Smith, Carlisle Newton and th:
emon Williams are hereby appointed tei
nagers of said election at R eunion
col house. The said managers shallpr
lare the result of said election and of
ke returns thereof to this board.
is further ordered that this notice
p~ublished in The Pickens Sentinel
the Easley Progress. r
he election to be conducted accord- th
to, the law, rules and regulations a 1
erning generaul elections.
(Signed) W. W. NORRIS, co:
T. E. SMITH, Iai
E. M. SMITH, th
stees of Reunion School District th
No. 12. - t'
Notice of Election th
te of South Carolina, th'
mnty of Pickens. Wi
Vhereas, the General Assembly of lal
State of South Caroli'na at its regu
session, 1915, passed an act author
ig and requiring the trustees of Re
on School District No. 12 to hold an c
:tion in their'district to determine col
ether or not an extra levy of two ba
Is shall be levied on said district for no
ool purposes. n
'herefore, it is hereby ordered that un
trustees of Reunion School District
hold an election at their school house
March 20 for the above-stated pur
e. The trustees are hereby appoint- thi
managers of said election, the elec- M~
ito be held according to section 1742 Sa
hie general statutes.
;y order of the 0ounty Board of Ed- da
tion. R. Ti. HALLUM, ye
Co. Supt. of Education. mi
State of South Caroljna,
County of Pickens.
J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge: an
lhereas, G. W. Dorr made suit to me lla
grant him letters of administration tir
he estate and effects of S.A.Parsons,
onls non, and Mrs. M. A. Parsons.
hese are, therefore, to cite and ad
iish all and singular the kindred and ty
jitors of the said S. A. Parsons and q
. M. A. Parsone, deceased, that th ey 9
md appear before me, in the Court uU
Probate, to be held at Pickens, S. C.,
the 1st day of AprIl, 1915, next after
lication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
mnoon, to show cause, If any they Ve
e, why said administration should not sa
iven under my hand and seal this 10th
of March, Anno DominI, 1915.
J. B. NEWBERY, cl(
__ . J. P.P. o.
tice to Debtors and Creditors
11 persons holding claims against the
ate of the late W. F. L. Owen mus .
sent the same duly pro'ven on or be- i
e the 1st day of Aipril, 1915, or be do
ted payment; and all persons in
ted to said estate must make pay
nt on or before the above date to the
lersigned. Mas. LULA OWEN,
Locatea at Pfo
At t40, close of busa
p Loans and Discounts
is Overdrafts ...... 8
7 Bonds and Stocks K I984.8
Furniture and Fixt'' %OO 00
Banking House.. 2824,28
. 1 Ohok.Roa Estte *" -'--%11789.59
Due from Baiits aowned -- 1 .34.64 -
1d Ourrency, . 102 08
Gol d..,.! .... ....'.-'.-.
Silver i nd' !r11'111 'f.'" 1 00
Checks and Cash Itns.'. '71
T o t a l . . - -. . . . . . . . . 2 2
Capital Stock Paid In . 2
Surplus.Fund '' - - 6,100.00
Undivided Profit, ,ls' Cur
rent Expenses an11d Taxes
Paid.....I..><... . ,079.89
Iniida Deposits f-ubject
to Ohepk.... S iI8. .,e3
savingaDe positm 101.210.78 181.869.01
State of South Carolina, -
County of Pickens.
Before me came Franik MeFall a11sh
ior of the abovo named bank, who
boing (luly sworn, sanys that the above
and foregolnu statomont is a true con
dition of said bank, as shown by the
books of said bania.
Sw or N an bC McFALL.
Sworn to and sabhcribed beforo.nie,
this 9th day of M treb 1915.
W 1L. MATIIENY, (s0al.)
Notary Public for South Carolina.
J. MD BhUCE
W M. IIAGO) Diroctors.
FRANK M FALL
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
C. E. Briscoe, plaintiff, against J ames
H. Brown and Jerry McKinzie, defend
In pursuance of a deeretal order made
in the above-stated case by His Honor,
Judge J. W. DeVore, dated March 3,
1915, I will sell to the highest bidder oi'
Salesday in April, 1916, during the legal
hours for sale, at Pickens 0. 11., S. C.,
the following described lot of land, to
All that certain lot or parcel of land
e situated, lying and being in the city of
Easley, state and county aforesaid, on
the east side of Pickensville street and
bounded on the north by lands of J. N.
LaBoon; on the east by switch of Sou.
Railway, and on the south by the South
ern Power C., and on the west by
containing seventy-seven (77-100) one
hundredths of an aere, more or less, be
ing the same lot of land conveyed the
same day by W.J. )ixon toJ.H.Brown.
Terms, cash, purchasers to pay
for papers and For recording same.
Terms of sale must be conilied with
in one hour after F-!e or the prem
ises will be re:;old at hte risk of the
A. J1. BO0GGS,
Clerk of Court.
Y (f4lV8 HAlM.
State ni SOUth a1 .int,
County of Pi ceas.
In Common Pleas Court.
E. E. Lusk, plaintiff, against .1. A.
In pursuance o f a deeretal order made
in the above-stated case by Ilis Honor,
SJudge J. W. D~evore. dated March r,
e 1915, I wvill sell to lhe highest bidder on
r Sailesday in A prtl, 1915, duritng the legal
bhusfrseat P'ickens C. Hi., S. C.,
rthe .following dlescribhed tract of land,
All that tract of land in said county
-andl state on branch waters of Crow
Creek, waters of Keowee river, contain
ing forty-twvo and one-half tacres (412A)
more or less, bounded by lands of E. E.
r Lusk, J . N. Grant and lJ. W. GJratt, Bud
Crenshaw, James Skelton atnd othiers,
bemng the same land cottveyed to the de
jfendant by the plaint irY on'.lan. 21;. 19-4,
by deed recorded in Rt. Al. C. oflice, said
county andl stte, in vol. 55, at page 181.
Terms, cash. Putrc-hasers to lpay
for all paper-s anad lotr recordinag thle
same. Terms of ale muttst lhe comt
t -liedI withl in one htour aft er sa-le
or the 1land( will be r-esol at I le isk
of the fortmer pur chiaser.
A. J. HIOGGS,
iterk of ('our t.
, both striaw andH fur. A
t right price. .- ine line of
1r01 and Mien. A full lineI of
Boys. Hlighut.4- price paid for
; "Best on Earth"
y' cent. in all analyses
of. Fertilizer Control
Read the Clemson
ands now for sale by
ler, Pickens, S. C,
AW GO AN' TAK=
:i -o Be.- MowaavYs -Ts ONG.
TSP aes ro(Cus5e 14T TO Ft 6M-T,
ment in The Sentinel
Odfr abo e
. .J. CuXifly & CO.. Toledo,'O.
We. the d h--o 1.nown r'.
ectity horaby a balei
Dut a4Y obilsau r. -
'NATIONAL BANK 0, -COMMERaC,
.."611 Ctarihtr 4h~u e i-n rna
acie40 oc ;Thn the blood ad d i
ous surfaces cf tho system. Testin"on.
sent free. Prico7G5 cents Prn bottle. 13o
a MU's n aY1E 1y1' ror constipation.
'You haven't got the sand to pop,"
Said teasing.Nell to Harry.
'I've got the sad to pop," said Hal,
"But not the rocks to marry."
. . -Boston Transcript.
Horse, hog. and cattle own
ers shouldknow'that worms
cause by.,a poor digestive
system or improper feeding
are more-than dangerous.
is a remedy prepared by a practi
cal veterinary surgeon and re
lieves the condition almost in
stantly. It should be used with
regularity.- 25 cents buys a large
package. We guarantee it to do
the work or will refund purchase
For Sale by
Pickens Drug Co.,
Pickens, S. C.
Married, on $unda v afternooi
larch 7, at the home of N. I
Vhitten of Salem, Miss Myrti
tebecca Moss of Salem and Mi
iloyd Watkins Whitten, ReN
I. A. Whitten officiating.
Should - Read the Followini
Letter-Mrs. Stack's Stor
About Her Child's Recover
Is Entirely Reliable.
Palmyra, Pa.-"Three years ngo m
little girl had black measles which lei
her with a chronic cough and so awfull
thin ou could count all her ribs,n nd sh,
cou ed so much she had no appetite.
"Nothing we gave her seemed t
help her at all until one dlay Mrs. Neibei
told inc how much good Vinol had don
her little girl, so I decided to try it fe
my little one, and it has don'e lir no mnuc
good she is hungry all the time, hc
eough is gone, she is stouter and mor
healthy in color and this is the first wir
ter she has been able to play out in th
snow, coasting and snow-ball ing withou
any Ill effects."-Mrs. A LIRED SLAcTs
Pal myra, Pa.
We know Vinol will build up you
little ones andl make them healthy
itrong and rob~ust, therefore weas
parents of every frail andl~ sickl" chil
'n this vicinity to try a bottle of 'Vincl
urdelicious cod liver and ironi toni
If we can induce you to try a biottI
f Vinol as a body-builder anm strength~
areator for your child, and you do r e
and it is all we claim, we will retur
tour money ->n demand.
LPickens Drug Co., Pickens, S4. (
A1 FUL l
A nice line of Men's H~ats
lot of Ladles' Hats to go a
Oxfords for Ladies, Ohiki
Clothing for both Men ani
all kinds of Produce.
SJ. W. HiI
TO THE FARME
We stood 100 pel
before the Board
for the year 1914.
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