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'PICCENS-THE GEM
OF THE FOOTHILLS E OFC
VOLUIE 5- -NAIBE 18A NEWSPAPER WliTI[ A CONSCI ENCE
PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 31 1922.
ELECTION
Craig, Findley
McKinney
Dominick
The most complete returns tha
Could be obtained up to two o'clocl
Wedneslay indicates that Congress
Man Dominick has been reelected
He has carried every county in the
district. The vote reported at tw<
o'clock was Dominick 13,996, Me.
Cravy 8,418, Sherard 4,571.
At two o'clock Wednesday after
Incon the vote reported in the gov
ernor's race was Blease 65,352, Mc
Leod 55,655, Laney 18,582. 3fease
rand McLeod run over.
From electicn returns from every
precinct in Pickens county the results
of the first primary are as follows:
John E. Craig is electe(l state sen
ator in a landslide vote.
Elbert Findley is ekceted to the
house on the first ballot all( J. 0.
Willienms and J. M. Garrett will make
a SCcond race for the house.
J. T. McKinney is reelected sup
ervisor in first race.
J. A. Findley lcd in the field for
ecunty commissioner, but failed of a
majority. As no candidate in this
race reecived a majority vote the
four highest will be in the second
iace es follows: Finley, Bowen, Mulli
nax and Herd.
Christopher and Hudson will make
sc-cond race for probate judge.
Complete returnswith the excep
tion of Pcters Creek and Cross Roads
show the following vote for governor
in Pick.ns county: Blcase 2313, Can
tey, 33, Ccleman 10:3, Duncan 52,
Laney 392, McLeod 1052.
These returns were received over
tl(k plne and there may be some
slight (rrors, but will n1ot affect the
re-sult asabove stateLd. The returns
are as correct and compllte as canl
be had unti: the official count.
Much inttrlest was shown in the
diffhrtnt and Pickens county polled
the larget vote in history. Many
women voted.
eturns for state candidates early
Wednecsday morning showv the follow.
~ng for governor: Bleast leading
wvith 55.350, McLeod second( with 51,
072. Lancy third wvith 17,070. Blease
and Mec~ed make second race.
.Jackson and Owens prob~ably in
scernad rac for l ieutenant gov'ernor.
Dov(' ree'lected 5(teretar~iy of state.
Wolf prVbaly re(lect ed at torniey
gencrall though he mayO\ have to run
second race with WViniter.
Duncan reelcetecd comlptroller gcn
eralI.
Cra ig elected adjutant and inspect
or general.'.
Hlarris reelectedl commissioner of
agric'ulture.
For sulperintendlent of eduacation
Swearingen and H-ope will likely be
in second race. Vote as follows:
Swearingen 30,806, Hope 28,995, Mrs.
Drake 20,931.
NOTICE TO EXECUTIVE COGM
Ml7'rEEM AN
There will be a meeting -of t he
Executive committce in the Court
1jouse at 10 :. mn., on Trhursdlay, Au
gust 311:, to deeler'e the vote. All
come who can and if your b~oxes have
nct. been s( nt in let each Execut iv'
Commit, feman br':ng his h~ox so that
we con have all present. If you hay,
Ony, "'in, A whcrle y1u (enn yor
1rg t Pe::d it.
WV. E. Findley,
Returns Picke
Congress S
PRECINCT
Alice MLi L.....
Antioch ---------- 49 8O 1
Cateechee ......... 661 371
Cross Roads------ 27' 301 31
Central----------- 201 71 221
Calhoun----------- 47 361 4
Croswell---------- -24 27;
Cross IPlains----- 38| 23 1
Dac3 sv2i_3 6
Pumpk-intown..___. 64| 13 1!
Easley------------ 1831 527 :35
Easley Mill No. 1_. 29i 111 171
Easley Mill No. 2.. 401 26! 41
Flat RoCk--------- 61- 26! 11
Glonwoed Mill ---- 1121 921 14!
lolly Spring..s-..... 68! 8! 2
Issaqueena Mill_-- 141 ; 0
Looper's Gin----- 201 37! 3
Mlaplecroft Mill---. 211 16! 2!
Mile Creek_------- 660 14! 4'
Liberty----------- 165 144! 23 r
Praters Creek----- 72! 0 91
Peters Creek------ 10' 32' "!
Pickens---------- 400i 213! 86 1.
Pickens Mill.------ 591 20' 8
Pleasant Grove.__.- 141 :31! 5 1
Norris ----------'-- 37! 31' 41
Six Mile---------- 1481 771 301 11
Shady Grove------- 48 0 4! 1
Total -- - - - - - 223:3' 17150 1384 81
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LIBERTY NEWS LETTER I
er.d levival Meeting Closes--1n.
M is Oline Ball, of Greer, is the
gu('st of her sister, Mrs. Call Cranie.
Alisses PeLt Chapman and Emmie
Smith were joint host-sses on la;
Week to a round of social events i.1
honor of their attractive house guests
M:sses Katherine 4-oggs and Grace
Mahaffcy of Greenville, visited Miss
Edna Boggs last week.
Little Al i. Hattie Boon Boggs of
Clemson, is visiting at the home o'fi
her uncle, Mr. Junius Boggs.
Mrs. Jchu Shirley le.ft Monday for
a few days with relatives in At
lante'.
Mr. Clayton Smith of Easley, spent
a few days last week at the home of ,
his nephew, Z. L. Chamblin. I
W. M. IH[unt, who has been taking;
the summer course it Peabody col- C
legreturned lihome on Monday. r
Anna Laura Bush, Claudia Kenne
mur, Mary Moore and Myra Tine'e
Long recently enjoyed the delights of (
a little house pairty with Anna Cal- j n
laham. y
J. W. Long is at home from V C
summer course at Emory University.
Mrs. Sullivan, of Anderson, is en- w
joying a stay with her mother, Mrs. 1,
E. R. Horton, at the Brown louse. '
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Richardson of f<
Texas, are with relatives here. sA
The revival meetings which ha'e V
heen in progress here the past wveek f<
at the, First Baptist came to a close n
on Sunday night, at wvhich service Ii
the pastor baptiz/edl nineteen into the o
membership of this church. Rev. P. cI
M. Hailes of Gre,cr was the able
preacher who helped in this grac ious
rev'ival. In add: Lien to the above g
uumber several came into the church ti
by letter. . b
Mr. andl Mrs. Bob Reark of A i lanta, ~
recent ly v'isited their sister, Mris. J-. b
C. Rankin. C
Rev. 11. K(. Knox wvas at Statesboro, tI
Gn., for the wee5k-end-l h
(1I
FARMER'S PICNICS g
County Agent Bowen has arranged ri
a pien'e for farmers to he held on c
Mr. Henry Phillips' plaece four miles n
belowv Easley next Monday, Septem- si
ler 4I. Mr. N. E. Winters of 'Clem
son College will talk on howv to growv a
cotton under 1)011 weevil conditions C
and Mrs. Kline will talk to the la- A
dies. The Easley string band and C
Simpsonv'ille quartet w'll make music.
The meeting wvill begin at 3 o'clock
and pienic sulpper on the ground.
A\ similar meeting will be held nt
TLibert y 'Tuesday mocrn ing, September C
, with dinner on the ground This ti
vwill be nn al-.day meetine- with a E
broushandto mke si tEvery.
' hody nr-ed to attend
IS\County Democ
ate ou lIeprcnmu tatives i
5| 891 35\ 12| 32| 30| 221 35| 29
'31 401 25| 81 81 251 111 Oil 48
12l 521 151 151 91 801 91 361 64
1| 591 441 21 131 31 1'3| 451 26
267| 91| 28; 124! 90| 67| 1601 178
21 116| 241 141 60| 211 41! 77| 107
9' 4~6 7I :1 17! 5! 351 451 10
4! 731 331 8! 311 71 32 33! 38
01 40| 281 2! 171 141 8| 331 35
51 5l1 381 11 151 481 11! 68| 42
71 642! 1511 91 :3821 125! 3261 433j 408
5! 1221 931 211 871 591 21 23 68
61 581 12! 8! 39| 421 81 261 32
6! 82! 3| 0! :1| 48! 53! 5! 18
1T 164 921 20i 87 911 24! 108 159
11 191 49| 1! 28! 6! 11 57 51
8 107' 711 9| 25! 44! :'9' 84 :83
1I 59| 34! 11 171 1 1 '7 42
31 35' 6! 101 20! 18 5 1'f 32
41 59! 371 101 161 15! 21 65 36
1! 2851 135: 13! 1:37! 109 33 2315 176
2! 80! 52! 9! 24' 20' 17' 62' 41
7 391 :12! 2! 4! 25! 6 23': 33
56 543' 2191 90' 264! 83 146 574! 309
2! 65 25! 81 32! 2' 19! 781 27
5| 351 51 17 151 481 5! 101 35
11 61! 361 91 36! 21! :! 491 3:3
91 138! 1:371 61 771 26' 48; 216 148
71 :361 171 22 51 0' 161 46! :31
7'33001554! :355 1661 113311042.2746.2308
1IITHDAYII AND MAt A1GE AT
CAt1EEC E _- _ H
Ms. -James A. Whiten, of Norris,
U1pri'ed her ' hisband, who is the if
eientl postmaster of Norris, last
Vedncsday, the 16th inst., by inviting "
everal of their relatives and friends 1
o a birthday dinncr in honor of her st
usbanl who had been spared to pass (I
he 50th mile stene on that day. While
fil's better half maI1de him cut Wood,
vash I (Ots and do all kindiis of Culinary
vork the day be.fore Jim says he
lever once took tlc hint until his
rieils and relatives began gathering a
n onl the mor nintl' of his birthday.
VThile the. writer Could not be pre
ent, though We had an 'nvitation, Wt.
ave been tild the table was Icaded <
own with good things to eat and
lenty left after everybody was sat- '
died their appetites and we believe a
very word of it for the writer was
memtlbered afterwards. (d
Wel the little ;matr timonial mill t(
II t i nues to glini and 't grinds :11
ither sUmmer or winter. day or
ight , hot or1 cold. So hoys bring one
our "turn," you will always find the
d miller at the throttle.
On Saturday night about 8 o'clock i
hieh was the 19th day of Atgust', A. m<
S1922, Mr. Phillip IK. Alexande an1d li
ss Emma Britton, both of Liberty, V. l
mUd th(ir way to the little mill, go
ent a1 few minutes lisotening to the he
ords spoken by the old miller whichI
trever' bound each from co0urting anyl 'wi
ore so long as one of them may .'
cc unless they wink on the slis.h chv
-go to anothler state and obtair, a Se
On Suniday' followving aboutt :1.30 p. myl
.M'. Bolt Vanghn and Miss Maud
x ed of C'entra'lt made applieration1 to H1(
a'I hi milletr, JT. A lonz'/. Brown1, to
uniited as man and14 wife. As the
~it pret''fed shlowed the groomi to gr'
one yeart ohld'er tan thte bride and
ch were old eniough to know wh:tt Et
ey wetre doing and~ ats t he gr'oom
di 'jumpe i t ('lIhe' br1oom" onice before, Sti
eC wa's a w :kower) t he old miller' !
anited theit' reques('t and1( two more
uls wecnt away from the little mill Ar
j~oicinlg. May the love of those two
uples nevecr gr'ow old and may they
ver have occasion to regret the P1
ep1 taken is the wish of the wri'ter'.
Marriedl, on Sunday, August 26,
lout 8 p. mn., Mr'. Joe' Cash to Miss ve:
raCe Madden, both of L'iberty, J. Se'
lonzo Brown, N. P., at the throttle. thl
atngratulations arc now in order.
SINGING C'ONVENTlION -- C
The H-urr1icane Township Singing
onvention w!1'l meeC(t att Six Mile Bap
si. church, Sept nmhet' 8 at 2 o'c'loc'k.
veiodnnvtd
MR. .JAMES R. ROSS 11
'atic Primary, Auf
Supervisur County C< mi
i t
|37| 1 11 18|i 311 8 7 Ti
|171 01 01 1 18
331 6 111
321 O! 21 651 27; :3 01
561 4101 70i
101 5J 56
261 7| 13! 21 :30 21 2j
201 10 9 1 47 51 10: 1
14i 1 2 19 '2! 21 2 1
42! :T I Io! j:j I 271 : 21
1 1071 11 8 10:1 140! 179 52 332 8!
|131 59 17 1 T x8 1:1 1121
151 1;3 8i I 1 2 13 14
2(0 0 11 8
4 ' 12 .162 57 W 3
21 W . 2 7 W
4' 1 0 2T 21 1!l' 181 17 2.
1:)) 1 21 .5 ! 1 Ii I I
46 ; '~ '' 1 3: 22 l4
1051 .45 11 7 21' 169
841 21 0 if) 21; 3: 51 71
:4 1 7 14 1 2 1
:3481 2(.) 191 399i I GO 19I) 64i 241
571 1 W 52 15- 27i 11 1!
12! 2 I1 101 21 3 0 I
36 2 2 7: 21 41 21 3
971 6) 11 451 29 19! :111 9
18 0! 41 5 S' 61 101 21
1308i 423:' 3511 120 901, 738 1146 121
01l | 1rk.
.Juliagt I)ct r(;ySI St ills.
.T. NV .Julianl, i'uta ipoliev, iltadi a 11
d1 ill the K l - Cr ;ove !(0 |ol l3t 1
cek and1( the rev U ts at tlia two 1
:h ar deI strotyed and s 51veraI 1l0l
Ci gI allonls of beer poui'l (out anidI
10 fll4 4ill jai7l.
W~alter Rtams)eur or' \Vashinutfin,.
C. is Fev('4011 v2 32 8iti
dlait., ii.'~.hc. lie will rturnlf~ t1
as~iton rol to lake tit' his vw*or
privatc Sevctary tW Fried Dontil
"Auint" Rachel A lien was la id tc;
st at Nc.%v Oily cenmetery last Sull- it
y. She Was onle of tilie oldlest dark
ill this suction, d1 1 was thought
.11 of by tli W 5hite people as W 4 1
her own't race. ii
Aiss Maggie .Johiisto1 has~ iVcrpt- (
at pcosit ion 'With the 11.1ue M Iill 1)'
WC, ,IS book 1|eper. i
11ev. T1. C.. 11 11I'vey has l~vei con'
vt il) a revival at :te Wescyua 5
Lt11l here, ~'itnl g?ood 1(511 I s
I2. 1R i: h Md
c( lv:lve, and( t hey an, .\ in th l 1e
qulit ai ns of We'(stvrni N on h Caro o.
A.ll.. Riser is principa of the
tol at ( iffi n , Ga.. and they will
therc to1 live sooli aft her th(N1 retitlit
Ie fll thle io117tai 21 19 i
-)r..L Stark pf ]irooklyn. N. Y..
I sst Rv.XV S -. 2OIIi :1 a
u-el begnnin 1b0u th 9 2 64 of
52te5-12711.
CN TRAl1(LO N ES LRT~Ogt A
J. h. G-Juli-an, S u al polic, made a i a
id111 Uin th ing)(tSO Grod Netion.s
ekdthe resunt aryNt that two.
d gallons(o Brourn d ter an 5
____m ___n ___in___jai__l.ii
.laies hil neren e i return ti
;e Trivatesay gt atred omi-c
"Aut" acher Ale1ws1adt
st' at NVw Oiller emeeryo lst SN- t
11rof by M theinghit eople ar wl
her on rac. ni
a. poi':'tio ith ther 'saqecha M'ill
RevT C . ?'arvey has bee n en
eting reia Ia nthe~ 1 Welean
arhhrwt:go1rsls 1,
-. J. I. ie la. 'h rd y i
rust 29, 1922
aniioneir Probate Jutdge
28! 101 351 101 351 361 22
51 14 j 271 51 1 311 21
5) 1 571 521 71 81 47| 52
71 31 221 61 71 51 211 24
, 35i 1441 991 651 81 1031 105
31 121 641 301 171 151 511 28
S33 1:1l 61 251 11 251 5
! 31i 191 141 351 71 261 9
8 5 j 1:1! 19 91 20 12
102 15 6: :311 71 241 24
255' 2:1| 163 18|: 1641 1901 178
1.37 421 381 '151 711 201 20
1 ! 171 :1 10| li31 121 31
3 501 12! 51 41 351 36
65i 21 271 431 418 51 45
1 0! 18. 11l 8| 01 '32; 30
31 1Is 901 871 10 lj 11 :311 0
I i 211 :31 171 21 :121 9
11' 16! 141 51 91 151 7
i 0 :181 191 (il 61 211 54
40-1 1301 691 271 211 1741 97
11 391 1:11 61 01 :m: 48
I 71 111 5! 21 :11 201 19
'661 2721 1441 641 :1! 2511 295
i 3} 281 27! 11 4! 431 26
1 41 291 11 12! 21 71 28
1I 171 51 11 9! 81 :341 21
111 2071 52: 241 81 70' 134
l 81 241 171 51 5! 25 17
| 728'1652,1036! 745! 5-16 1.17:1 1. II
AYS SECONA OLDEST ('lii'1CII
IN PICKENS DISTRiCT
Mi. Editomr: I read with inlt rm.I
he paler read by Mrs. F'rank MeFall
t the *jinit meinlgi of tihe Pick(en
). A. It. ,nd U. D). C. ct the "Earii
'hurcelics of Pickens Dist iet," notiv
si vcially the data given by Rt. V
'iektns of Andrson that "Old Car.
1(1. P y chl( u rch was Imil!
n 1787 m'd was the first chu r h
my kind in Pickelns dist-iet." I l
n..,: <.h rh (if tle PIic l.ns Bapt isIt A,
Oeiation and], having data of all the
ddest Baptist efurchs of Pickeni.
(lity wish to say tlat accordin1g ti
istury and data handed down from
he early associations show that ".
mll, 1 3apj)tist. church that stands
31st out of and west of Pic kens, w
)I chiest chur)ch, havi nt b(.-1 huilt,
i the year 1785, two years befor
11meI was he1'lt. Se(wr) was first
lilt. some half mile fu rther down
a 11r161 tr.ward the ollodent old
ill mnd hit() rtoe o the spot
Le'e6 it )oV StaIlds. Onr Inext (1l1eSt
ipist church that w hae hav r ecrd
is Keowe6, built in1 the year 179:,
hieh stands in the western part Of
ekenlis collty 141 far frion wv.her'
d Fort. (George stood. So we Hall
ts. frem tI data of M[r. Picken.
1 l our associat'*ons hande1(le down
OM Of ol( , still chlim the olde(I0'
Mich in Pickens county.
( NOTl'IIEl? (CONI'F ET V ET
EIRAN GONE.
Will im IaflayettLi .\lorgan id6 jed at
Ilthome inl the Pi ato rs sectio on11(
Iguist 7, aged1 78 yearis. IlIe ha'!
('n in) dleclining heal i C for a vra
<.6h' 1- l ll bodycI 1 was laid. reIt
aebr theai sevics be ieCnucted
- thip n. II r, inl' v. t( flr. Pryor (The
'stedII of three( dlaughter's, M\Irs. M6Ioh
-Gilstrap, 's. Magj.gie Huiinnicutt
(I lIis ll IMie Mo~rgani, an onel son,561
<ear Morgan. 11lis wife precededl
mi to the grave a number of y( ars.
Ilie was a galant soldier1 and~ joineti
e boys of the 60's when1 a lad of
.1( Hewas woundioed at. Gauine's mill
id suiffer'ed -from the wvound all the
st of hiis life. Nothing pleased
mn more than to altl(end a1 Confe'd
ate re(un)ion ando talk with his (com1
deos of the dalys of yore. I te wa
i nverna( Vte readerl~' andl well inform -
on all currentl topies. Trhe sympa WI
y ofC the c'ommunity fgoes out to
S family.
JI( Pl('NIC
he iittro)1. of the real 'i rvi'
iorketi-'.a d i a -. '-fl
EiSORTi iA~ Y BE DEVELOPED ON
TABIA WCK BY NORTHERN
MEN.
Greenville News.
Definite plans for the purchase
and development of 2,322 acres of
land adjoining Table Rock Cove in
Picktns county by New York cap
italists were u-nounced last week.
While detailed plans have not been
given, it. is understood that the devel
oPmenlt will include the building of
a hotel on the top of Table Rock, the
construetin of roads to this p'iacle
and surrounding territory an i the
transformation of the tract into a
recrvittional grounds and a summer
colony. This project 's not connect
ed with thy. recent move to build a
30-room hotel at the base of Table
lRock, it. is stated.
kth) Table Rock and Ba11d Knob)
are i euded in tile tract purchased,
giving a location that cannot be ex
celled ill the two Car-olinas for a
sumer lay~rond.Tourist's road.,
will be eonstruct from the high
ways to the resti. and afford safe
and plelsant. travel over tis h-:t.orie
district. :'ecvtrding to planw. It is the
hope ofI ivioters to have the resort
ready for Cecuany by the sunminer
of 1123.
lel h otel will bi ec ht(ructevd oil
tep ef thle roik and rlolmbly he built
of stvine, it. was statt i. Toirists now
camps about tihe base of the rock,
and it i4 belit vel l:y promotera that;
the hotel (nIt thi p ak tiof the toweringi
r Vek will ptovi a ;Igureat attractionl
wh1en (omslet4ed.
A sphf-nIdidi inhwy from Piii
< fn thant h ad tortie. three iles
h.r<1m th-e bas(.el 1f Tahhl Pwk. has al
w beeenv - rem a ild nd nothr'i.
i e lh 1e - o lrtevard. N. C.. wvill
sioo kle thei pin tibttl fronm
fIr f whiat sidet, whiln the proposed
Greenivillev-Brv r hih a . 6~ w,)- ill wol.1
atidlinkL. The riSk r' will ikldy
become p( pular, it '.s e lialt. When
thet GtIrenvie-r ar rom is Com
pleted the resort tt. he:x oo r aeieh d from
tthis city inl mit hour and a filf, it
a interer11) ted e itll iss w aill cin p
da! when' mor) def5ini a hit iims ill
be ha:I, it was statelst ni-ht t
'10 ET CO*NTI? A (T FO It T1I E IA ..
ElRlTY1 IIIGIIWAY.
IPid!, will be received for the( (,oi
siiythtciruction i apt'roxi ately h
m ft r ft roid n hat is kinowvn a1,
the( Alrn-Liherty rowd, at the of
live ;f tii Anidern ount( y highway
n nannunivd til:. mi.orning.
Th< (.:A oI this rem', neodin ait
members (f th highway comm Il is.siol,
will aposxiate 18,000, haif of
hIich will be <htfrayed by federail
aid apportionmnt. for this particular
CCl il'stined tohalfjof the rodndepc
boet 5p.in the a'tuctonimeiadl
afurn to bidts hav ibee recied Grod
(<n11 neverted.-Andpteer Mai.
aThi5l0ii inaite Tlonaip binginge
lu(.-ti'th n utwh Aontiooh Bai
tl -irrr. b W. T. Grant, Se. T
h] .e b( . ( Cbe . Wetlb<.rn R.i iL. Ga.
clointg song..iayLnh

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