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The Piciells Seifllel
PICKENS, S. C.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
61.50 a Year Invariably in Advance.
entered at Pickens, S. C. Postofflce as
Second Class Mai 'Matter.
BODY OF SOLDIER LAID TO
The body of Ernest Cary Jones,
private first class, son of Mr. Fred
N. Jones, of Pickens, arrived on train
29 at Easley last Thursday and was
brought to the home of his parents
in Pickens. le met his death at the
battle of the Marne, July 19, 1918,
making the supr me sacrifice by giv
ig his life for his country on the
fields of lraace.
Ernest wanted to be al soldier and
a sold:er he was. lie left home on
hi; eighetath birthday, Feb. 14,
1 fi1 7. ju-t after dinner and volun
teer"i the next <ay. lie became a
membellitr o f corJli !my\ }-:. :' th infanltry
of the tir-t dlivi on, :md :-erved for
50om1( . u1n th h \ican bo:re'r.
Jun . :'1 7. :,ali hl was \w'ith this di
'.isio, in .etilon when hle wa'u inStanlt
lV k:ill-el by i ,heil explo(iSol, mear
(hateau-T'1hiery. after serving more
than a year ov r year. llis division
Was the first to reach the Rhine andl
cecupy German territory.
Ernest Was a good soldier, accord
ing to the records. lie was a dle
scendent (f a family of people wh
adi' good soldiers and his father,
Fred Jones, who lives in Pickens, is
a good manand a good citizen. When
John Robl..inson, of OGeonee last saw
Lrnest the day before he was killed,
Ernest told h1im,, that if he did not see
him any more he would know what
had become of him. Then he went
with his rifle in Position to meet the
enemy and he died facing the Ger
Funeral services were held at Se
c'na Friday afternoon, conducted by
IRev. -r. Cox. ]Rev. J. C. Diggs made
a short talk which stirred the emo
tions of the audience which had
gathered to pay the last sad tribute
to the soldier boy. The following
,ex-overseas men in uniform acted as
pallbearers: J. Casey Porter, Lloyd
Grandy, Lucius L. Earle, Russell
Floyd, G. G. Christopher, Charles
"Greater love hath no man than
this that he lay down his life for a
'GRACE METHODIST CHURCH.
Sunday school 10 a. mn. H. E
Preaching 11 a. m. Subject, "Th<
$33,000,000 Educational Drive.'
Pickens' quota $5,000 on the five yea,
installment plan. Four teams wil
make the drive Sunday afternoon
H1. E. Jones, charge director. N<
services Sunday night.
J. C. Diggs, Pastor.
Prof. Herhert, of WVofford College
"will speak at Antioch Sunday, the
29th, at 11 a. m. and at Dacusville al
3:00 p. mn.
PICKENS ASSOCIATION SUNDA
HELD WITH CROSS ROADS BAl
1 0:00 a. m.-Song andl~ dev~otional si
10:20 a. m.-Rloll call of churches, e
with comiments and sugi
10 :5(0 a. m.--Song and testimony ser
11:00 a. m).-Two Imiperative Needs
(1) Training (If teache
2) Eqiuipmient. By i
11 :41' a. m-.--Song and testimiony~ Ser'
11:50 a. mi.---.. nlpoin..menit of commi
1 :30 p. mi.---I 1-'orea- e'r.ice, 15 n
1 :45 p. m.---ihw to en hst the pep
i d lenit:.
2:30 p. m.-~sonL' and lroIv-a
2:10 p. mi.- T i;. tile iev aa
H ev. 11. P. \h i te .
10:00 a. m.---Devot ionaii ser:vices, I
10:15 a. m.-The Suniday Schol eel.
1(0:40 a. m.-Sonig and~ p2raver wr'kvit.
1 0:30 a. m.-The im portanl 2ee andt ki
11:2(0 a. m.--Song serv'ice. 110 minrute:
1:30 a. m.-Address. R'.y. TU. J. WVat
1 :30 r'. m1.-Devotional, 15 minutes.
1 :45 p. mi.--Round table dliscussioni,
Lv. St. Matth'
(2) G;radling a Sunday
(6) Home Department
.2:45 p. m.--Song and prayer servict
'3:00 p. m.-A ddress. Rev. S. P. H
3:30 p. m.--Acddress. R
4:00 p. m.-Reports of committees.
business. Election of o
Large representation froap en
pected. Every Sunday School super
clation is expected to be preamnt -botl
A pize ,will be given the Sun
age attendsnee in proportion to enr11ol)
Another prize to the Sunday E
Bibles carried to Sunday School.
(~ Holding young men
( Training young peoj
()Womian's part in the
AMBLER COMMUNITY FAIR.
County Agent T. A. Bowen met
with the citizens of the Ambler sec
tion and organized a community fair
association last Saturday. It was de
rided to hold a community fair next t
fall. A committee to make arrange- y
nents and secure a premium list was
appointed as follows: B. F. Haynes,
J. D. Simmons, W. F. Keith, W. T.
Day, J. R. Connelly and Mr. Hays.
The premium list will be printed at (
an early date. The ladies will also 1
have a department. Some of the e
premiums will be offered for such as
best peas and cane grown on acre of t
land, best acre of corn, best acre cot- a
The committee will meet at the ir
school building next Saturday after- t
noon at 4 o'clock for the purpose of
DEATH OF GOOD LADY.
Mrs. Mary 1.. ('lark, wife of Mr. J.
E. Clark, (t' the Cra-s Roads section,
died at her home Tuesday after an
illness of about four weeks. She -
was 61 years of age and leaves a
husband and ten children to mourn
her death. Funeral services and in
terment took place at Cross Roads
church Wednesday. The bereaved
family have the sympathy of many
I ullowing are the names of the
son- and daughters: M. A., J. B.,
1). E., W. H., Oscar, Milton and
Frank; Mrs. Sloan Childres, Mrs.
Fulton S. Childres and Artie Clark.
Funeral services were conducted by F
Rev. I". T. Cox, of Pickens.
LITTLE PAUL GILLESPIE.
May 19, 1921, the death angel en
tered the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Gillespie, claimed for heaven little
Paul, aged 11 months and 23 days.
He was a sweet child and loved by
all. It is hard to give little Paul up
but the Lord knows best 'and we
bow in humble submission to him who
doeth all things well and we point
the grandfather and mother to the
Lord of all comfort. His body was
laid to rest in the Flat Rock ceme
tery the day following his death in
the presence of a concourse of sor
Angels called the little darling
From all care and pain away
To the realms of fadeless joy
To the land of purest day.
Sweetly little Paul sleeps in Jesus,
Never to wake or weep;
Mourner, behold your loved one
Sleeping his last long sleep.
IFar in the golden somewhere,
Over beyond death's sea
Amid shining hosts of angels
IMourners, little Paul wvaits for
ISad is the hour of parting,
Little Paul, he wvill come no more,
IStill we hope to meet little Paul
Safe on the golden shore.
The little crib is empty now,
The little clothes laid by,
A father's love, a mother's joy,
In (death's cold arms do0th lie.
A Friend. K. B. C.
Y SCHOOL CONVENTION TO BE
PTIST CHURCH, MAY 28-29, 1921.
vice, 20 minutes. Led by Rev. C. R.
unrolling delegates and reading reports
festions. Led by Rev. S. P. Hair.
v'ice, 10 minutes.
of the Sunday School:
rs. By Rev'. F. T. Cox.
-W. J. Langston.
vice, 10 minutes.
tees and miscellaneous business.
miutes. Led by Rev. J. E. Foster.
3 in Sunday School work. J. A. Rob
et subject. ,By Sunday School super
. 10 minutes.
girls to the Sundayv School. Mrs. W.
iy Shool--Its use, wvien andl how.
u :and prayer service. A\djourn.
minutes. L. .d by Rev. E. M1. Bolding.
rid of prepara tion the tecacher' needs.
Ledl by Rev. A. M. Simms.
10 mmnutes each on:
ews 11:24 a. m.
1 1:00 p. m.
chool. A. P. Hammond.
md~ Cradle Roll. Mrs. V. S. Wall.
', 15 mInutes.
ev. T. J. Watts.
Awarding of prizes. Miscellaneous
,ch church and Sirnday school is ox
intendent and secretary in the asso
day School showving the largest aver
chool showing the largest number of
in Sunay School. W. E. Findley.
>le.M; F. T. Cox.
Sunda School Mr. .7 A. onso.
if you are thinking of buying any
hing in the Jewlery line, it will pay
ou to come in and let us show you
vhat we have. We have most grades
f SOUTH BEND, ELGIN, and WAL
'HAM WATCHES, all sizes, in solid
old, Gold filled and nickle cases. A
ig line of Braclet Watches just re
eived. Also a big line of Clocks and
hey are beauties. Silver ware in sets
nd odd pieces. Cut Glass and China
nything in Jewlery we have it. Come
and let us show you over our line.
e'" are always glad to do so.
Jeweier and Optometrist
EASLEY, S. C.
DR. J. L. AIKEN
Masonic Bldg., Pickeas, S. C.
C. L. DEAN
Surveyor and Civil Engineer
Seneca, S. C.
arm Loan Act Decided Constitu
tional. Get a Government Loan.
G. G. CHRISTOPHER
Practice in all Courts.
Office over Pickens Bank.
Pickens, S. C.
J. McSwain Sam B. Craig
xreenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C.
McSWAIN & CRAIG
3ractice in State and Federal Courts
Pickens Office Phone 39
Expert in the Treatment of
all old-standing Nervous, Blood,
Skin and Pelvic Diseases of
Women and Men.
I Give a $10.00
"606" and "914"
Administered Intravenously for
Catarrh, Asthma, Pellagra,
Bronchitis, Stomach Troubles,
Neuritis, Rheumatism, Dropsy,
Deafness, Varicocele, Bladder
and Kidney Troubles, Stricture,
Hydrocele, Prostrate Glands,
Piles, Fistula and Male and Fe
male Weakness, High Blood
Pressure and Kidney Disorders.
I employ in my practice all
the latest Imported Serums,
Vaccines, Antitoxins, Bacterins,
Importedl European Intraven
ous Specific Remedies and the
latest and best alpplianJces for
the speedy cure of stubborn
You . pay for results. No
flase hopes or promises, but
lasting results. C'ome to mec
andl let me offer you the results
I am giving daily to othe~rs and
leave the payment Cend of it in
your own hands.
Consultation and Examina
tion FREE. All dealings Con
fidential. Hours: Daily 9 a. ni.
to 7 p. m. Sundays, 10 to 2
p. m. only.
GREENVILLE, S. C
207 News Building
(One Flight Up)
WV A N T E D-Chickens. Highest
narket price paid for fryers--cash.
3ring tour hams and eggs. Will pay
02.00 bushel in tradle for lpeas. E.
Spring and Su
For men, young men, boys and children Right ;
men in all wool fabrics, in blue serge and a big
Nothing over $35.00, and we can sell you a su
Palm Beach Suits tailored as only Hambt
Beach suit does not fit, but try one made by Isaac
fit all that can be desired. What can be more <
months before u?
A full line of clothing for the boys and littl
prices from $7.00 to $15.00. Wash suits for boys
fellows at $1.00 and $1.50.
A full stock of Oxfords, Keds, Pumps, 'H
etc. All new goods and at th enew low prices of
Take a look through our stock and let t
summer, F Oc E
"The store where quality in
Clothing, Shoes, hats and Gein
We have put out some real Be
ments of our store at very specia
While you are attending the Cha
visit our store and take advanti
fering this week. Make your pt
$10.00 and we will give you a f,
traction that day. Remember,
cent if you tradle with us up to the
FINE SUMMER DRESS COODS AT SPEC
[ IAL PRICES.
We are showing a full and complete line
oVdCaIOgnd:,jsththnare looking for to make your new Summer
Dres. rics ae vryreasonable-25c, 50e,
1 75c an 10.I ilsurprise you just how
chea yo ca bu prttydress goodIs at this
FREE TICKET TO GOODS FOR (
CHAUTAUQUA. 3' ev
I-f you trade a~s much Go iaivA
as $10.00 with us at ya.
one time during ('hau..ar.cascr~~e
tauqua week we will ha,121-c
gve you, absolutely 04wiv
FRIEE, a te(k(K to oneyrd
Ofthes~e h~i ea- at- od ('L'\Ii*
Heavyeal hntavy gra
She(eting, made' at l'lTa;i 'o
G;lenw~ood .Mill!. value tels 5yad
about 10e yard, price UiiyIrs i
d u r~ i n g (Chauaauqun p'a atrs
week, yard_ .. ..sw~k lcn
5c Begtyod. yr
at yles and right pricek. Suits for men and young
range of colof :.at$25.00, $30.00, $32.50 and $35.
it good enough for the best dresser at $30.00 to $35.
rger knows how to tailor a suit. As a rule a Palm
Hamburger & Sons and we think you will find tre
omfortable than a Palm Beach suit , for the hot
e fellows, in all wool blue serge and cassimeres at
at $2.00, $2.50 'and $3.00. Slipovas for the little
sery, Blouses, Shirts, Hats, Neckyear, Underwear,
s help you select your wearing apparel for this
merchandise comes before the
:s' FurtiishIi ng Goods a Specialty
trgains from the different depart
I prices for Chautauqua week. -
Lutauqua attractions do not fail to
tge of the big Bargains we are of
irchases at our store amount to
this ticket will not cost you one
Samount of only $10.00.
PUMPS AND OXFORDS.
.Our Shoe Department is a store within
itself. We are showing all the new things in
up-to-date Low .Shoes and we have the style i
and last you wvill lille to give your feet the
dIressie appearance, and at the same time foot 1
comfort, without which life is not what it
shoud be Youwillfindourprices very
ES ON PIECE
rown Sheeting, 5c .utrcie i
ron G;inghamis, 3Oc snl ieo hrs
tof Dress G;ing- tisleatabgd
leacheld Sheeting, redtepiea
kory Shirting, 15e a ~rain~..fn
(oskeog A. C. A. ti o fsnpt~
le Mattress Tick
eial -this -week, 15Sc
4, nice newv pat- OEALS;CA
ghams, pretty Onrlewal~SU)t
alue 25c, special i lC~ .ti
vide Percale, goodl we.. 2
Co. POF NOTIONS