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patronage from yceu and appreciate it, and ask a con
tinuance of same. My stock is full and complete with
all seasonable Dry Goods, Underwear, Hosiery and
Shoes, Blankets. etic., at as low prices as dependable
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and try to give,values and service. Notwithstanding
prices on Shoes have advanced, we still sell at Old
Prices. .. Our Underwear and Blankets will keep
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(By E. 0. SELLERS. Acling Director of
Sunday School Course of Moody Bible
LESSON FOR JUNE 27
REVIEW, SECOND QUARTER.
READING LESSON-Psahn 78:65-72.
GOLDEN TEX'r-i myself will be the
shepherd of my sleep.-Ezekiel 34:.15.
The approximate time covered by
these lessons is from 1091 or 1078 B.
C. to 1035 or 1023 B. C., somewhere
between 50 and 60 years. The most
prominent character is David. He is
related to every lesson, except the
first, either as an actor or an author.
This fact gives us a center about
which to revolve our review. By mak
ing assignments a week in advance a
chapter summary of David's life can
be presented as follows: Chapter I,
Saul's disobedience, and its relation to
David. II, The secluded shepherd boy
and Samuel. III, The boy and the
giant. IV, The musician and the king.
V, The boy and his friend. VI, The
young man in exile. VII, The young
man as king. VIII, The king and the
ark. IX, The king's great sin. The re
inaining lessons will make excellent
reading matter to be interspersed with
the presentation of the various chap
ters and we may call the whole pro
gram "From Obscurity to Power."
An excellent suggestion is made in
"Peloubet's Selected Notes," of mak
ing a large chart ruled vertically into
five columns and horizontally into
twelve spaces, one for each lesson.
Label the vertical columns respective
ly, place, characters, intervening
events, key verse, and principal teach
ing. Then have each of the sixty dif
ferent spaces assigned to classea or to
individuals who will each in turn, be
ginning at the upper left hand corner
with lesson one, fill in the different
spaces in order until the whole chart
is covered. If a blackboard is used
these facts can be written within the
different squares, otherwise care .must
be taken to have the facts written up.
on previously prepared pieces of card
board, or paper, each to correspond to
the dimensions of the various squares
on the large chart. As in the case of
the "chapter review," previous sug
gested, Lessons III, XI and XII, being
from the Psalms, may be read and no
further attention be given to them so
far as the chart is concerned. For the
younger classes a good story tellei
can give a running story of the lesson!
which will prove highly interesting
To drill the school or the separat
classes on some of the outstandini
facts of the books of First and Secon
Samuel and the Psalms will prove i
profitable expenditure of time. Foi
illustration: Who are the heroes 0
First Samuel? Of Second Samuel
What chief events in the life of Davi<
are recorded in First Samuel? In Sec
end Samuel? Where is the record o
David and Goliath?
If a running commentary is desire<
the following suggestions may help:
Lesson I. Saul is set aside, hencl
the need ofhDvid, "a man after God'i
Lesson HI. Samuel's choice set aside
and David the youngest son is select.
ed to be king.,
Lesson 111. The wonderful shepherd
psalm which is a "testimony" of David
the shepherd king. (Have the school
recite it in concert.)
Lesson IV. A venture of faith, Je
hovah's watchful care over David, and
the downfall of a mighty foe.
Lesson V. Saul's vain attempt to
slay David. The development of
hatred, the protecting care over those
who "put their trust in Jehovah.''
Lesson VI. The love of David and
Jonathan, an illustration of the sur
rendered life and a type of the love
for us of one who has said, "Hence
forth I call you not servants but
Lesson VII. David's generosity tc
his persistent persecutor. David did
not do to Saul what Saul tried to do
to David. Though selected to becomE
the king, David recognized in Saul one
of God's chosen men and patiently
bided his time till God should remove
this recreant, disobedient servant and
place him in the position of power.
Lesson VIII. David exalted to he
king, first ever Judah and later over
the entire nation. Also the record of
his shrewd manner of making friends
with all of the tribes of Israel.
Lesson IX. David established Jeru.
salem to be both the civic and relig
ious center of the nation. His joy in
worship and in God's service point!
forward to our "chief shepherd."
Lesson X. D~avid was after all only
human. In the midst of his idle lux.
ury lhe succumbed to the alluroment
of temptation and committed an awful
sin, an act that involved many other!
and made the sunm total one fearful tc
behold. How are the mighty fallen!
The higher they are the harder the
Let this part of the review consist
of reading the psalms with but little,
preferably no, comment.
If what has gone before has been
prayerfully and vividly presented,
comment on these two lessons is need,
They so clearly and cogently con
nect themselves wvith David's life as te
leave little more to be said, and the
review will end with the psalmist's
note of prayerfulness and his trust ir
Jehovah, the testimonl~ot his personal
knowledge and experience,
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Pieasant G e -N1ws
(Too late for 4at week.)
The farmers 0 this section
are gotting General Green under
control again after the long siege
of wet weather.-* The general
outlook for a good crop so far is
Rev. J. E. 'Foster filled his
regular appointment at Pleasant
Grove Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Gallo
way, formerly of this section but
now of Greenville, buried their
12-months-old coild at this Place
Henry Batson of the Batson
firm of Marietta was in this sec
tion last week on 4)usiness. He
made the trip in an automobile.
The small grain of this section
is very slim this season, as a bad
stand and the Iong drouth in the
spring has cut it short.
We wonder if ex-Secretary'
Bryan will now leave America,
now that he is out of a job?
Bee-robbing time is here again.
All the robbers say they are rich.
Coesars H-ead hotel will open
Tuesday, the 15th of June, for
boarders. Cosars Head is a
beautiful place for the lowland
ers during the months of June,
July and August. During last
August between 200 and. 300
boarders were registered at this
There have been several sick
cows in this section during this
spring and some few have (lied.
It is ruiored in this commu
nity that an old man something
like 80 years old gave a young
man, weighing 200 pounds, a
whipping. fe surely must have
been tied, as such a thing as a
man of that age licking so young
a man is hardly possible.
Avery Cisson, who has been
attending a normal singing
,school at Dayton, Va., returned
home the first of June.
Organizing Free Clinic
The Anderson Intelligencer
of June 16 says:
Mrs. Flora Richey Latham,
founder of the I atham Industri
al school in Greenville, is spend
ing a few (lays in the city at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hall
on South Main street, and while
here is working for the estab
lishment of a free clinic in And
erson. The object of the school
in Greenville is to care for the
poor crippled children who have<
no means of helping them
Mrs. Lathai has been travel
ing in North and South Caro
lina, Georgia and Florida, visit
ing the home of the children of
this kind in 01 (der that she may~
compile statistics to show the -
Dublic how badly more schools
of this kind are needed.
Her object in Anderson is to A
create interest and to secure the
cooperation of the people here
which will mean the establish- [
ment of a free clinic for the poor C
which will also be open to the
deformed and crippled children.
In this wvay every (defective 9
caild may be reached.4
She says that Anderson is
ready for a clnic of this kind
since two frIee beds for the city
are kept at the Anderson hospil
tal. She alho stated that this
section was readly for a (district
nurse, this plan having been
adopted in many conmmunities
and is working wvell.
Mrs. Lathanm desires the co-4
operation of all denominations.4
She has se'en many of the peo
pie and all show a' willingness
to assist her in this important
undIertaking. She is (10ng this
work wvithonit a salary and1 feels
that the people here will help
Mrs. Laihami is a dlaughter of
Mr. 11. A. .Richey, ex-sheriff of
Pickens county, and whose pres
ent home is in that town. She
is a grand-daughter of. the late
James N. Richey of this county,
who is well remembered by
many people of' the county.
She was the first one to receive
a diploma from Winthrop Col
legs. She stated that sinlce she
is a native of A nder'son cou nfty
she is especially (desirons of
establishing a clinic here.
Pension Supply Bill
Tlhrough the kindne'ss of lion.
J. P. Ciarey, Jr., we h a ye the bill
passed by the last general as
sembly about the p~ension for
old soldiers alnd t heir wilowVs,
and for the benefit of all con
cerned we give it below;
"'The sum of money derived
from levy of one-mill upon the
taxable property of fthe county
is hereby approp~riated exclua-i
sively for the pensions of the
bona fido Confederate soldiers5 -
andl their widows, who have
not heretofore (drawn penions11
on account of propertv or any
other disqualifications: Pr~Iovid
ed, They apply to0 the County
Pension Board and their appli
cations shall have been approv
ed by said Pension Board; that
the County Board of Commis
sioners are hereby authorized
and required to pay said pen
sloniclaims u the approval gf
the County> i 4 pr
Top Dresser Year
If you have fertilized your crops lightly at planting time, or use
lacking in potash, it is not too late to remedy this, provid"d yo
Side dress with a fertilizer containing sufficient proportions of al
necessary elements of plant food-Phosphoric Acid, Ammonia and P,
Do not make the mistake of using a material that contains Nitr
(Ammonia) only, such as Nitrate of Soda. To get the increase in fruitap
as well as stilk and foliage, use ROYSTER'S TOP DRESSERS, *hk
not only provide ammonia in quickly available form, but also phosyho
acid and POTASH.
Will stimulate the growth of your crop, increase the yield, 'overcome
unfavorable seasonal conditions, and check the tendency in cotton to
blight and shed.
Available Ammonia Potaehl
PRESTO TOP DRESSER, . - 4. 10. 4.
ROYSTER'S SPECIAL TOP DRESSER, 4. 7.50 2.50
MAGIC TOP DRESSER - - - 9. 3.
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compounded on scientific principles: plant-food for the plant at just the
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Look for the trade-mark on every bag.
Send postal for book on Top Dressing and name of nearest Royster Dealer.
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otice of Final Settlement and Discharge 1755 19 5
College of Charleston onderful
Notice is hereby given that we will
iake application to .J. H. Newbery, Carolina's Olest College
,sq., Judge of Probate for Pickens n i haid reill y.rst Ha tg aIns
ounty, in the state of South Carolina,
n the 15th day of July, 1915. at 11
'clock in the forenoon, or as soon there- iit ranie ex lnll ions at ni t e lit. t y ets
fter as said application can be heard, onmri : tYav t .1 . in i i. . t. i. intouir yar
or leave to make final settlement of twoy i e -reiiwilltii vtwst.e gie .% fri.i
he estate of W. C. Bramilett, deceased, til i niti ri I1t s lsseglit to 4.e0 ontllily A yeys
nlo tai discharge ats admiinistrators , 111il- 111lt( l;
groaia.w lkti iet Iiihtioritt' , iit-xi \ liii
q Mi(l estate. At.BaRv fTilit n ns. tuti te. Ito Greenville, S. C.
AND)RICW H ;itI rT l.\ t IN l .N l'i l l'rsitit.. N " a t A
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Misses and Children's White Lawkn
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