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BABLE - STUDY ,RALLY DAY.
Work BeIu Done by Pickens County
Sunday School Convention.
Next Sunday every District of
Wickens county which did not hoke
meeting last Sunday, is expected tc
-old a "District Bible Study Rally" ir
; e afternoon, in honor of Mother':
'flay. This plan was decided upor
;t the roe nt-County Sunday Schoo
Association officers conference hel<
:-t Pickens by County President W
Matthews and attended by th
istrict president or other r3presen
itives from evevry district.
It is perhaps timely, in this con
ection, to state something of thl
,ork which this organisation, th
unday School Association, is doins
or Pickens county and for 1 he stat<
t large. Utndr the leadership o:
uch outstanding educators as )r
(enry N. Snyder, of Woftord College
rho is chairflman of the educationa
>mmittee of the South Carolina- Sui
ay School Association, and Dr. W. J
lcGlothlin, of Furmnan University
nd Dr. D. B. .Jolnson, of Winthro
ollege, the Sunday School Associa
on has worked out a coilpreh nsive
,igh.-grade program of Suncy schoo
This campairgn for Sunday schoo
flc.iency, as worked out by the edi
LdionIal commI t' ittee, is beinag promot
J h, an exccutiv cunmnmittee con
sting of the leading Christian husK
:'.: uen Of the state, from all de
>miinn:1ions,. They- h-ave anllmlo
i stalT of fiveSunday school expert
ho ar' giving their entire time t<
i ot!, and two othersgivin g par
i !n :1(11ition, there are over s
Il". cie volunteer workers tivim!
c i,' rvices to the A ss oiaion worI
rs and Prof. m. :. . " .: *j.
trict of ever c ui t.y. oit( t
nve(ntim tn 1 e bes :t" Sundaly rehoo
ik'-irs oa denominations in th
Inty I g'et to ether, dlcuss plan:
(I m'e thods, ehan'e idl 'a.. !ear
)m one another and give help t<
e another. "No one denominatiot
s a monopoly of Sunday :-choo
'don," says County President W
- Matthews; "consequently we Cm
learn from each oth2r. - None o.
know it all, and no denominatiot
ows it all; by exchanging ideas an
.pful suggestions we can all bi
ped and nobody hindered."
In addit-' ta holding betweet
'ee hundred and four hundret
iventi on s annually, the State Sun
- / School Association furnished fre<
' charge to any Sunday schoo
. rker in Pickens county or else
e re, leaflets on modern mi'3thods o:
nday school work.
Approximately half a million page:
*such literature is distributedl an
hally ; the association invites an'
.led . or troubled Sunday schoo
r iker to write to the Statb lead
irters, 714 Allen & Law Budding~
rtanbuorg, and receive inodia idun
p ~ lorn his special prtoblemi.
\ e'iLrculatinlg library of overI
eCa at ion, ail a nmumber' o
frT su .i int 'ndentsi and to'nceh
-4.'?4 county, it is underI
re us ing this con tinually
bo. :irec lonned out to any
- o. of charge on request.
heC amoi.tionj also priomoteI
chers, ficnislill books tar thi
0. free of ci~har'ge.
Ia the suunner21 the associujtion pro
ea a Sumnmer School coursVe in San:
/ schoo0l) methods'at Winthr opl ColI
e, for the benefit- of t1 hi ubl
1)0l tene he rs and1( those whot ar i't
te-ichers, thus helping our publi
* ol teachers to become commiut
!.uaders in the wvork of religiou:
No charge is made for any servie
~dered by the Association, and iti
)portedl entirely by voluntary cot
MICKIE, THE PRIN
QN G~i SDE
Ou TRND'- R
SALVATION ARMY APPEAL.
Wednesday, May 18, has been nam
ed as Salvation Army Day in Picken
and an intensive appeal will be mad
on this day for funds for the Salvt
Lion Army. This is in connection
with the drive that is being made fo
funds all over the country.
Considering the great and effect
ive welfare work that, has alread
been accomplished by the Salvatio
Army, and real-izing the inereasin
burdens and demand for extends
services, the city of Pickens has bee
asked to raise a reasonable sum o
money for the maintenantce ot h,
work. On Wednesday, May 18, I1121
anr in t enive a ppenI will be nuh I
the p 1ople of Pickers andlt depe nid t
upon tie uniique interest or th:
great and most worthy eatwo, .
expected that the respon t i
pgratify'in. Ve ne t the .; ,
A tmy activities in the -'
Iickens, and it is a duty , v
lege of every citizen who al" t
"tontribute to come t' w t-us o
this worthy cause.
. The Salvation Arfny co]rp 1)
,Greenville will be in Pickens dutring;
I the 'day of appeal ano 1e\Q ;re.
conreerts anrd t alrso ais i1, t i: tking
. A BUREAU OF INFORMATION O
One Important Function of Extensik
Marketing Specialists to Answer
'w' hh 1 4. rade, hand
u 'm foI r p lw toe . weet sotato
('. o. :; 1h a y m lo so r
No . Is I an sw
potatoe in buk,' t .a'n how ma(
oud make: a car.. lad?
'tl', ".111 I lootl 1(' "iitalt''. lrat d
No. 2. V nat cotaineis hotti id
sacks Ho mani saIU cs 1o teca
:: . HL ,w ninny mielons or era'
or' barrel:, loaded with above na
v'e:.2etables Shade a car load?
No. 4. Can I ship Irish an swei
wioltane potiut, lAnd in m
No.,7. What crates, boxes or can
ir'irs should I use for shipping chic]
ens' andl egg's by exp~ress?
No. 8. Whart containers should
us'e for shipping squash, cucumber'
beans~~4 by" ex:press andrt what are tI:
. '. Whart 'onitain'ers5 should
'I for be2 t, turntips, lettuce, cal
d. 10. What containesrareus
r'''1tQ.41 1u' ere oln :mdiow~P paced
\No. I . Wh eue w dl I find best cu
a nd ('xpress4 Itt mu-rket for pi<
.4 4 ( .u s Im:n above ?
.. N. 1:!. .2( hm- 'wil irhe able i
. Itr I rat-', hi.d1ets andl hamnpe:
\ No . 1 Please give rm a list<
1 ' ' ic h above pr)odlucts oni 01
- \\' di .ta ive me all po
. . 11 rma112tioni on comnpeting: Thil
e mrov n(: fromt thlis po ltints?
:r The1 martke'tingu 2(ecilists are' pri
e. pared.( tI be' of miaximumrn assistan<
.to groi~ers in furnishing i nformatic
s thIrat wil! anirsxwer such questions
the abiove, andit they urge that fart
e eris avail themselve3s of the inform
s tionr desir'ed b~y writing to F. L. Ha
.key. Extension Marketing Agen'
Clems.on College, S. C.
EWO \S ~4Y ( 4r OAO.
SHORT COURSE FOR WOMEN A'
s From July 4 to 16 the short course
r for women will be offered at Win.
throp College. 'This course, offered
at the request of the club women of
the state, is designed to meet the
needs of the woman in the home who
is hungering for intellectual stinu
' iation and for recreation.
Any course offered during the
uulnmer :=c'lool is open to those who
aIttend this ,1hort. course, but a spec
I ' r4' .rn is arranged in urdeor that
sonme 'uit in ecih subjeet may be
^ov j d in the two weeks ie>i01n.
This pIrogram w1 include :stuli.s in
nd: a ishIi, history, pychologv, home
x11 ncr, houusenold .:'t. h'a ) h 4'10:
wl\ aml est~ivzen h4ip. .\1I are ii ).
'" '.' i1" l. 'ld !'!r aan ': l bt--raicy, and~
, r . t 1rn
l.1ve);r. .; .\.,-.. 114atn +'1; :01 .l..
11)ur (' 1in (l.Ii tl of ti m hii.' adul.
Durlinv- this couLrse itere' w\ill be"
t 1'a1 w\ 1fth 1ate will holl
l (hi-. r '?: i n e tre t\ w
i1ul ( - O
it I 1 . -11 \'.\n i (i,)l
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- I R kI I \ll'1
iSl-jORT STORtY OF~ THE WAR.
Aniy Ex-Service Man Can Tell it i
nl do~ we eat?'"
i S 1 vn't any 8's. Take a pair
soldier in the grass."
* iremy now.''
t o . .
"All we do y
n "It's ai great life ai .
it "T'he first sen years are th
' "Where do we go from here
- " can't stand' there, sold
I "Lafwette, we are here."
e "Any secondls 01n goldl fish?'
' ladelon, Mad elon, Made loi
I 'F. eaore t11 vin rtin' t t
-soldier i- ty."e r
"liother, ri:k y donyour
- "Bon soir, ch.:r te, (4n alle
"a int it vi IidineO 12nd ma11
ir "In t *r'*: , he .\trmy, I
- ' "Hlk\-4ahky, piarlez vouIs"
'e " : ver .1t out of thi.
"hM son the war?"
I- " . r'. a lyng, long trail.
n "When do we go home?"
is We've pa11id our debilt to Lii
a- -who the heck do we ~we 1no
I- "When the cruel war is o'
r- "Sny, 'ah-h-h' the high hei
t, "Let's eat."--American
R-AS GOY Y(O SAN SOME~W\MG,
SAM O WSS AnAET
A u1-E PE 2 O\.) 'E\
FRED DOMIlNICK LOSES FIGHT
IN THE HOUSE.
Washington, May 4.-The house
this afternoon defeated Representa
tive Dominick of South Carolina In
an effort to ako it impossible' for
the farmers of the country, having
organized a co-operative marketing
association, to be checkmated by the
secretary of agriculture at his pleas
The second section of the bill
authorizing the farmers to organize
provides that at any time the secre
tary of agriculture is displeased with
the price of agricultural products he
e"nn call an investigation, and turn
the evidence thus adduced over to the
district attorny and secure an in
Mdr. )ominick, holding that the see
on1d section practically nullified the
purpose of the bill. moved at. amend
by .-triking out this section. He was
ontwitted although 98 members stood
in his support.
Mr. Dominick declared in hi'
speech that before the United States
district court could determine the
merits of the issue, the lettuce and
cucumbers held by the injunction
from the market, would have de com
posed. But his argument in face of
the Republican machine, had no ap
preciable weight. The farmers in
the gallery, however, supported him.
H. W. R.
I THE BIG 1FURNITE
'INUE ALL THIS
The fact that w<
idy sold over
rth of this stock i
nnd Anrdvon t
tfunft of the deathi of Mrs*.5 Mite
. The nmany freiends of .lliss J1
surpirised laot Tuesc'day a fte
when a message wVas reeve
G reensboro, N. C, announ ing
. marripge, wvhich occurred in the
at nioon TLuesdlay. \Iiss Rol
twas on a visit to her sister, Mrs.
SSingletary, in Greensboro wvh
e wedding took place. This pi
~young couple have many j
.throughout the state who will
e f their m arriage wit h intere. rs
T'he followving account of thi
a ding is taken from the Grei
I)aily News of Wednesday:
". weddlcinig of wvide~ intere:
-the ann ouncem ent of whie
. (doubt1less come as a sulrpris-.
many friends of the contractir
tis. occurIredl at high noon
d uay at the First Baptist church
Miss Jetmie Lucile Robinson
,the bride of William .Jgwaph I
r- Dr. C. II. Nash ofliciatinig.
"Only a fewv very inltimate'
~r witnessedl the ceremony whit
a very beautiful andl imp~ressiv<
C. "Immiediately aft~er the v
rn Mr. and Mrs. Hunter left foi
H. ville., wvhere they will spem
v "Mrs. Hu~nter is a daughter
a and Mrs. J1. A. Robinson, of
be S. C., 41nd is a most charming
Building a concrete road extend.
ing from the city limits, organizing a
creamery, and the organization of a
sweet potato storage house are a inw
things the live people of Greer are
beginning this week. Our neighbor
on the north is certainly on the job,
and its aggressive community spirit
is worthy of emulation by other
towns and cities. The commercial
body there has done and is doing a
most commendable wovrk, in which it
is sustained by the business men of
The three movements to be start
ed this week are among the number
of activities of a city building nature
which has attracted attention
throughout the state for the past
year or two. Greer activity is the
kind of activity which builds, cum
munities into towns and towns into
cities- -and we congratulate the peo
ple of that little city upon their pro
In 'reer evidently everybody
works--including father--and there
is no pa:sing the buck, "Let George
1Do It." A pparently, G gorge has
been burried, as has also old Bill
'T'his is a v\ry danterous disease.
particularly to ch;hlren under five
years of a'e, but: wen no paregoric,
codeine or other opiate is given, is
easily cured by givit ('himherlain's
('ouglh Remedy. l',t p *iple believe
Oe5) O 'O)4 ( C 4 C "iU :t.( u i~q1~s.(O
JRE AUCTION OF FP
WEEK AT 2:30 AND 7
have al- home fu
$30,000 tunity to
n Ander- furniture
.d bring on
it is good to:
wvell spent. I
N, future selectio
T1his is going
sell!ing and the
Tlo muake ti
now on and tL
oto avail them~s
thei chee'ks on the~
tionls and11 lhe
>msIo~ County in .1 he
Fri -are willing to
puh diM r
A. SuR9. AMD
8AM to 8AJ
that it must run its course, not know.
Ing that the time is very much short
med, and that there is little danger
rom the disease when this remedy Is
riven. It has been used in many epi
lemics of whooping cough, with pro
iounced success. It is safe and
)leasant to take.-Adv.
JURY DRAWN FOR U. S. COURT
The following Pickens county men
have been drawn to serve on the jury
it the United States District court
which meets in Anderson on May
31st: F. 1. Ponder, Dacusville;
James I1.VCureton, Pickens; R. E.
Grand ifury: John Williams, Dacus
ville; U. F. Freeman, Pickens.
EVILS OF CONSTIPATION.
Perhaps the most serious of tho
Ciseases caused by constipation is ap
pendicitis. If you would avoid this
dangerous diisease keep your bowels
regular. For this purpose Chamber
lains Tablets are exc~llent, easy to
take and mild and gentle in effiut.
r. R. Marftin J1. Hi. Earle
;r enville. S. C. Pickens, S. C.
RTIN & EARLE
d Loriney w t-.Law.
Pr- t.: in Al. Conrts.
P itken " sic in ( irt IIouse.
G.reenville Omeie olpposite" Postomeo~r,
S. C., WILL CON
-:30 P. M. DAILY.
'nishings, an oppor
purchase the best
made at-what it will
the open market has
m offered the public
mnd probably will
ee these goods sold, and time
might aid you in knowledge of
s that wvould help you in your
Sto be an exceptional week of
opportunfe time for you to be
s sale of sp).cial initerest from
give everyone an opportunity
elv~es of this unusual sale we
tep porary c onvei ence, accept
"iarmercis and(12~ Merchant s Banuk.
I idenOce nii iihe b)usiness inst it.u
publich suppjort of And ersion
fouure as well as; the past, and(
back oiur coidencliiie by accept.
ill banuk.s at onei hundredI cents
hbt equalyC~ whefher
ANDERSON, S. C.
Print Shop Talk
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