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REVIVAL MEETNG 1ERE
Will Fe Held in Methodist Church
Beginning October 16th.
A series of revival meetings will be
hold in the Grace IMethodist church
at Pickenr, beginning Sunday morn
ing, October 16. These meetings
have been arranged by the Metho
dist and likresbyterian churches of
]>ickens anI(d will be vonducted as
Dr . H. Miky. cvan-gelist for the
Sy-01e of South caroiina, will do the
preaching, and Rev. J. f. looker, one
of' the iw( tt singers of the M. E.
church. South. will have charge of
A great meeting is expected and
everybody is cordially invited to at
,..Grace Methodist Church Notes.
Sunday school at 10 ia. in., H. E.
Children's Day exercises will occupy
the Sunday school how' next. Sun
liay, 10-11 a1. M.
Br(. J. M. Steadman, presiding
elder of the Greenville district, will
preach at 11 a. m. and hold the 4th
Preaching by the pastor at. 7:30
Epworth league Wednesday, 7:30
lliayer meeting Thursday at 7:30
Friday at 7::0 p. n. there will be
a "Cet-together meeting'' of all the
eharch members. Please let all of I
the members be present to answerl
to the roll call. There will be an in
Come and worship with us an( wvel
will do thee vood, for the Lord hath
spokel J(o(d voneerning Israel.
J. C. Diggs.
Services at Pickens Baptist. Church.
Services will be held at Pickens
Hiaptist culrch next Sunday as fol
10 ia. m.-Sunday school.
11 a. ml. and 7:30 p. n.-Preach
ilp. Dr. Burts cf Columbia has been
invit(d to preach e'ither iat the morn
ing or anight service. Be sure to
Extra Selected I
To be planted this fall f
ing. The firSt step in succe
good bulbs of good size, el
such you must be willing to
to warn our patrons against I
bargain prices. Such usually
cold stor'age from pr evion l al
al'y color ini Single ll yacinths
Icate shadIes of' blue to the sh
also in) double H yacinths. \\
not rnxeJ is the white, b~
shades of Croi'cus, Narissus ;~
Wether .vou buy ent- or
you to be satisfied.
Where 'Service" i~
What Does A N<
. The relation of' a ne'wspsaper's t
wyorth thinking tabout. Is it purely'
scr'iber' Iays so much per year' for
to give in hais anews coluamns account
or that Mals. J1one's took dinner' withI
th' mitiunps? t r does not thet aver
is incIluded ina a unormal business rel
more? If it was a pure' buasiness
-the average pulisher' would cham
Elimiang everayt hinag but unews,
era' of' the 'ountr'y coul supply thi
charge per' year'. We fiancy t hatt
his r'ead(er's as allI comnprising onie h
mont and who feel t hat whena they
are getting more than the two o
atre inclied to think that betweer
reader' ther'e is a relation thiat is I
lation. The piaper should give t ha
4aure, but ovea' andl above this it mu
iaot be measured in dollars. It mu
community. It niust have courag
comm'endI. A imper' to command
have a codle aind abide by that cod
respect it. if they (10 not always agr'
list of r'eaders who respect it. A
its r'eadIers respect. A papernmust I
.lie It should be impartial. A papa
et itn readers is incapable sat a e'o
xun for revenue alone cannot lortg 3
Thess ari some of the things that
tie0o eud thin~k what you, an
-4 luant in' a wuay'tblt is blige
''KEOWEE TRAIL" PAGEANT
Pickens Organizauo., Invited to
Take Part C
The patriotic organizations of the
D. A. R. and U. D. C., (if Pickens,
have been asked to take part in the
pageant, "The Keowee Trail," soon
to be given in Greenville. As the
trail began in [Pickens county, at the
historic Fort- Prir.ce George, the
members of the Fort Prince George
chapter 1). A. R., feel a peculiar in
terest in the pageant and hopes to
have a rspresentative take part in it. c
MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMEN b
Announcement has been made of t
the approaching marriage of Mr. f
McAdams Christopher, of Anderson,
and Miss Lucy Ellison. of Easley, the o
event to take place soie time this
Miss Ellison is a daughter cf Mr. i
and Mrs Monroe Ellison, of Easley, a
and Mr. Christopher is a son of Au
ditor and Mrs. N. A. Christopher, 'of
Married, October 2, at the resi
(e(ce of Mr. M. F. Hester, Mr. b
George W. Lesley to Miss Minie
Banks, both of Pickens county Mr.
Lesley is a son of Mr. G. W. Lesley,
a prosperious farmer, and the bride
is a daughter of Mr., S. M. Banks, F
another good farmer. After the cer- V
emony the bridal part-y motored to I
the home of Mr. George Williams F
where a fine. repast was awaiting L
them. The table was laden with all
kinds of good things to eat, which p
lirs. Williams certainly knows how ;
Ie prepare. M. F. Hester, N. P. per- o
formed the ceremony. h
In the Lusk-Meece marriage an- i
nouncement last week the bride's p
name appeared as Miss Sallie Lusk o
when it should have been Miss Lillie A
W. L. Alatheney was confined to 0
his hed several days this week with
an attack of something like the grip.
)utch Hyacinths 1
>r Winter and Spring flower- I
;sful bulb culture is to secure t
ean and sound.. To secure il
pay a fair price. We wish
mying bulbs that are sold at
have been carried over in
easons. W~e can give you o
ranging from the most del- s
ades of yellow, These are '
'e have mixed sweet peas,
luie and yellow: Different4
md Tulips, Sacredl Chinees ;
a thousand 'bulbs we. want
swspaper Owe to
fish, Alont., Pilot)'
,) its readers is one that at t.imfles is
a businIeh relaitiohi in which the sub
the paperi andtfhe' pubh'sher' contrlacts
s oif pink' t eas ' mad lemonade socials,
irs. lHrown, a nil Amit h's balby has
aige pubhl isherc ex pect to give more thni
elation--a mat tei of' (dollars and cents
'ge more peri an numi for a sublscip tioni.
feW. if' any. oft thle Inmerous puiblish.'
lipaper' at aniything1. lik~e the 1usual
10 average. pubi lier likes to( thIiink of
ig f'amily having many' things ini comn
receive tihe paiper. eachiseththe
L' thr'ee cet'is that it costs them. WVe
li e average paper and its average
)~t( lid andi abIove a' pure business re
b which piasses as current news, to he
4t give a communiiit'y seri'(ce tha t can
st st and for the be~st that is in the
Sto condemni~i as well as cour~age to
'espect cannot be spineless, It must
e. If. it is a real paper its reniders wvill
e with it. A'paper's gireat asset is a
town's greatest asset is a paper that i
e honest, and as far as humanly pos..
r that does not have the confidence
amunity spokesman. A paper that is
ftaintaftl ., the epect of its readers.
a paper ows to its r'eaders. Somec
a reakef, ain '4th 'O aper, not in
r 'than dfolars.-- - -
U. D. C. MEETING
No meeting of the year of this
rganization is so keenly anticipat
d as the September one, which has
oeen called the "scuppernong meet
ng," when the chapter enjoys the
lelightful hospitality of Mrs. C. E.
tobinscn, order the vine laden with
ts delicious fruit. The last. meeting
Iet every expectation and the splen
id prografim and social featur-e nade
t one long to be remembered. The
<ports (f officers showed splendid
rork along all lines, but the histori
al work is especially fine. The relic
oom in the court house will soon
e opened, and all friends are asked
y send articles of historic interest
lere for safe keeping, as well' as
An interesting program consisting
f answers to. historic questions; a
plendid artiele on "Wilmington as
Scaport and the Part She Played
i the War," by Miss Frances Bruce,
nd the reading of Timrod's "Caro
na" by Mrs. J. P. Carey, Jr., and
r "Maryland, My Maryland" by
liss Sara Farmer, were the features
r a delightful meeting.
Officers for 1921-22 will be elect
I et. the October meeting and every
iember is urged and expected to
D. A. R. MEETING
The September meeting of the
ort Prince George chapter, D. A. R.
,as held at the iesidenee of Mr.
A. Bowen, his daughters, Mrs.
[olden and Miss Bowen, with Mrs.
.ily B. Paunn as hostesses.
Much important business was dis
osed of and an interesting literary
rogram was enjoyed. The stiudy
f the "Martyr Heroes of the Revo
itien" brought out many interesting
aets in the life of Col. Isaac Hayne,
rho made the supreme sacrifice, and
iany others whose names add bril
ant lustre to the long list of early
atriots. An excellent paper on two
f South Carolina's heroines-Mary
Adair antI Sarah Robinson-was read
y Mrs. S. B. Craig. A delightful
ocial hour was a pleasing feature
A marriage of more than ordinary
iterest occurred at the home of tle
ride's mother. Mrs. Samuel Massie
'age. it Charlottesville, Va., Septem
er 2-, when Miss Phyl'lis Hollings
*orth Page bevame the bide of Mr.
.loyd' H. Smith of Easley. Owing
a a recent bereavement in the fam
y of the bride the *wedding was a
(.1ry quiet affair.
The bride is a member of one of
irginia's oldest and most prom inent
vnilies and one of her most acconm
lished and attractive daughters and
ie will . be warmly wvelcomed to
The bridegroom is the oldest son
Mrs. Rl. F'. Smith of Easley and
ie of this county's most successful
id1 prominent citizens. He is prsi
.nt of the Easley Loan and Trust
o. and otherwise prominently iden
fied wvitlh the business, social and
'ligious life of Easley. He is a
ristian gentleman of sterling char
Iter and high ieals
This marriage connects two of the
ost prominent families of South
arolina and1( Virginia andl the halppy
oplle are r*eceiving congratulations
hosts of friends.
HENEFIT 0OF MlI.~ HAND.
There wvill be an ice cream supper
the Piekens Mill school hmcuse Sat
rday night, October 8, beginning
7:30 o'clock. The mill band will
irnish music and the proceeds will
e used for the benefit of the hand.
ome out andl help the boys.
One for mildnessVIRGINIA
One for armma.TURKISH
Tm finest tobaccos perfectjy
aged and blended.
COUNTY TAX NOTICE."
The\ bcoks for the colleti'on ot
State and Ccunty taxes' will be open
from October 15, 1921, te December t
Those who prefer to can pay in r
January, 1922, with 1 per cent addi- (
tional.. Those who prefer paying *in u
February,, 1922, may do so with 2 s
per cent additional. Those who pre'
fer paying in March 1922, to the 15th (
of said rionth, may do so by' an ad
lition of 7 per cent. After said date
the books will close.
Those, who do not wish to come to
the office can write me and I will
furnish them with the amount due
and they can remit me by check,
money order or registered mail.
Please do not send money without
registering sanie, as it is liable to
get lost - and it is at senders risk.
State Levy, 12 mills.
Ord Co., 9 mills.
Const. School, 3 mills.
Road Bond 3 3-4 mills.
Good Roads, 2 mills.
Special Road, 6 1-4 mills.
Total, 36 mills.
Road Tax, $3.00.
Levy for interest on Pickens R. R.
Bonds, Hurricane township, 2 mills.
Levy for interest on Pickens R. R.
Bonds, Eastatoe' towinship, 2 mills.
'Levy for interest on Pickens R. R.
Bonds, Pickcns township, 2 ills.
Poll tax $1.00. (One Dollar.)
Every male person between the ges
of 21 to 60 years is liable except
those excused by law.
Commutation Road Tax, $3.00. All
male persons between the ages of 21
and 50 years are liable, except those
excused by law.
Capitation Dog Tax $1.25. All
persons owning (logs are required to
pay a tax of $1.25 on each dog.
Special School Tax by Districts.
District No. 1, 7 mills.
District No. 2, 11 mills.
District No. 3, 8 mills.
District No. 4, 8 mills.
District No. 5, 8 mills.
District No. 6, 8. mills.
District No. 7, 8 mills.
District No. 8, 19 1-2 mills.
Disriet No. 9, 20 iiills.
District No. 10, 11 mills.
District No. 11, 24 mills.
District No. 12, 10 mills. *
District No. 1:, 15 1-2 mills.
District No. 14, 8 mills.
District No. 15, None.
District N4. 16, 8 mills.
District No. 17, 20 mills.
District No. 18, 14 mills.
District. No. 19, 8 mills.
District No. 20, 11 mills.
District No. 21, 8 mills.
Distret No. 22, 8 mills.
District No. 23. 10 mills.
District No. 24, 10 mills.C
District No. 25, 11 mills.
District No. 26, 1:3 mills.
Diistrict No. 27, mills.
District No. 2K 8 mills.
District No. 29, 8 mills.
District No. :10, 8 mills.
District No. 31, 20 mills.
District No. :32, 8 mills.
District No. 33, 11 1-2 mills.
District Nc. :35, 8 mills.
istrict No. :36, 10 milln.
District No. 37, 13 mills.
Distriiet No. 38, 16 inills.
District No. 3)9, 8 mills.C
District No. 40, 8 mills.
District No. 41, 8 mills.
District No. 42, 18 mills.
District No. 44, 8 mills.
District No. 45, 4 mills.
District No. 46, 15 mills.
District No. 47, 8 mills.
Disti ict No. 48, 8 mills.
District No. 49, 15 mills.
Dstrict No. 50, 8 mlls.
District No. 51, 8 mills.
District No. 52, 8 mills.
District No. 55, 8 mills.
District No. 56, 8' mills.
0. T. H-inton,
County Treasu ?r.
NOTlICE TO D)EBT() S AND1
.All perisons hold ing. claims against
the estate of the late .lulius Boweni
muist prIesent the same, duliy proven.
Un nr befoere t he 1 5th day of October,
1 P21 , or be debarred payment, and all
p~ersons indebited' to said estate must
make p~aym~ent on or be-fore. the above~
date to A. G. Bowen.
A. G. Howen
Not ice to Debhtors and Creditors
All persons ihling claims against,
the estate of the late William P.
b'reemn must. present the same,
(July proven, on or before the 20th
dlay of October, 1921, or. be dlebarreCd
payment; and all persons indebted to
said estate must make payment on
or before the above date to John Tr.
John T. Hutebings,
Mup. J.. N. ilallum, of Montreat, N.
C., i spmdiiia fw a.. In Pe.'
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All persqns. .holing claims against I
h estate of the late Frank E. Alex
n er, must present the same, duly
rov n, on or before the 20th day of I
Oetob r, 1921, or be debarred pay
lent; ',,ind all persons in(lebted to
aid estdte miost make payinVIt oil
r before\ the above date to Sam B.
Mrs, Ada C. Alexander,
All persons are hereby warned not
o hunt, fish, cut timber, pick berries
r trespass in any shape, form or
manner on lands belonging to the es
ate of the late J. K. Kirksey, Dr. R.
Ehksey, Mrs. Nannie Tolbert, Mary
. Sheriff, M. K. Saddler, J. K. Kirk
ey or Miss Aurie Kirksey, under i
ull penalty of the law. 4t t
'Wheron !iester and family of And
rson, are spending this week with
elatives in Picken s.
In the Drug Bus
us. a few things
One is that a good thing will ha
LEWIS' WHITE SALVE
We believe is the best salve on
name and don't take a substitut<
Sent; anywhere upon receipt. o
R. E. Lewis, Prop
We Have on Ha,
With Galvanized~ W
Screen Windows a
all sizes, Doors--best
Casings, Beaver Board
Come or Write us for a
I have recently vi
that the recent adva
caused a great advan
dry goods, especially
I have plenty of
the right price, and I
right. There is no 1
the price of goods i
vice would be for es
*Remember that I p
market for produce.
Your Trade is Appi
-ak J. W. miENDI
CeApulsory Education Notices
Accordint to - eea col.
ahe gchoo l tte*dnce 19'N
iereb by vit '1to thedPatrons of the-!,
Ruhaniah schbol district No. 6 that
he compulsory educational law goes
nto effect in the above named school
listrict o), Noyember .4, 1921.
4'. M. Melton,
Z. N. Mullinax,
G. T. Gillespie,
Board of Trustees.
Notice is -hereby -given that the
-oipulsory school attendance law
vill go into effect in Hagood school;
listrict No. 38 on November 7, 1921.
F. B. Watson, Chairman,
For the Board of Trustees.
Praters school will begin its win
er term November 14, 1921, and no..
ice is hereby given that the compul
ory school attendance law will go
nto effect opening day.
M. O. Looper,
Chairman Board of Trustees.
iness has taught
FOR SORES AND BURNS
the market. Call for it by
id all Sizes of
ire at $2.50 Each.
$1.00, Ice Boxes at
mnything in our line.
sited at a large
ient 'aaed I find
nce of cotton has
ce in the price of
goods bought -at
will. sell,. them
elling 'how' high
ly go, so my ad
erybody to buy.
ay the Greenville
eciated Here. .