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PAPER OF.5 A 4AR j
PICKENS-THE. GEM TN::
OF THE FOOTHILLS
A NEWSPAPER WITrn A CONSCI ENCE.
VOAM 5NMP19PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 7 1922SUCIPON.SAAVnf
Official Vote li I
First Primai
Second Primary Will Be Held Tues
day, September 12.
Below is the official vote for coun
ty candidates in P.clkens county as
declared, by the County Democratic
Executive committee in session last
Thursday: -.
For Congress
Fred 1. Dominick,- -- ....-2288
d P. McCravy-- --...-:....1719
Sam . Sherard.. ....- . 388
For State Senate
n E. Craig was elected to the
to senate by a majority of 2557.
ohn . Craig---- -- - ------. 3464
J.S.~Leopard-- -- -- -- ------- 907
For House of Representatives
W. E. Findley was ejected to the
house of representatives in the first
primary, and J. 0. Williams and J.
M. Garrett are in the second race.
J. M. Garrett-- --------- --- --1537.
W. P. Long---- -- -- -- ------. 388
J. 0. Williams-------- ------1715
A. B. Fortner-- - -------- 1141
J. A. Hinton..--- -- --- --.- 1057
W. E. Findley--- ---------. 2774
For County Supervisor
J. T. McKinney was reelected sup
ervisor in the first primary.
1 T. McKinney-- -- - 2304
W. E. Stephens-- -------- 1339
Keith E. Allgood-- -------....-452
H M. Phillips-- -- --- ---.---- 310
Fur Ccunty Commissioner
No one was elected county comn
missioncr in the first race. The
second race i between J. A. Fin
ley, James J. lerd, G. W. Bowen and
Z. N. Mullinax.
J. R. J. Anthony -- -- -- ---- 1114
G. W. Bowen__---- ---_-- 1202
W. S. Masters- .--- --386
Z. N. Mullinax-- ---------- 1156
James J. Herd-- -------.....1228
'James A. Smith----------- ... 730
J. A. Finley-------- -- ---- 1674
John F. Lesley--- -------....1040
For Probate Judge
N. A. Christoplier and R. A. Hud
son will. make second race for pro
bate Jud-ge. ^
Elias Day-_ ---_- --------. 799
W. D. Griffin-- .._.--....-482
N. A. Christopher-- -----....1509
R. A. Hudson-----...... -. 1402
Fcr Magistrate
tentral--W. L. Dickson 247, J.
D. MauldEn 261. Mauldin elected.
Easley-J. M. Janchton 755, W.
L. Pick(ns 562. Jameson elected.
Eastatce--H. F. Wright and L. S.
Galloway received 85 votes each and
will make another race.
DaCuFville-John M. Childress 108,
J. -E. Friddle. 45, L. S. Edens 76.
Childress and Edens, make., second
race.
Hurricane-B. H. Duncan 180, J.
W. Holliday 241. H-olliday elected.
Liberty-TJ. N. Hunter 235, R. H.
Crane 294. Crane elected.
Pumpkintown--G. W. Keith 45, J.
WV. Riddle 11, A. L. Edens 82. Edens
elected
A. S. Porter at Pickens, P. S. Mc.
Collumn at Calhoun and D. C. Aiken
yat Catecchee had no opposition.
Belowv is official vote for state can
didates in Pickens county:
For Governor
Bleuse-..--.------------.--2382
Cantey-- ---- ------------.32
Coleman.........---...-....-106
Duncan...- ...' .. .. - ... 5
Lanc y-----........ -...- -... -.....-401
Meceod.......- ..---......--- 9
For Lieutenant-Governor
i A dams.-..- ..- ...-_-_- ...- .........1255
Jackson---- -------------1570
Owens...-...-.-.- .....-- .......... 736
Por Secretary of State,
Dove_.....-.... _..- ..- ...............209 9
Dozier....-..-- ...--....--..-1703
For Attorney-General
* Eubanks.----- ._. ..- -........700
W inter_ .... .-.... ..-..-.-.- ..212 4
Wolfe.... .. -...-.-----...-105!
Comnptroller-General
Duncan......-......--.-----.-..291
Gooding.-----......-....-...-....1234
For St ate Treasurer
Carter.--- - ....-....--------....397
F'or Supt, Education
Mrs. Drake.....-...---....----..57
1;c-.....-..-- --------..--104
Sony-.- --...---------------- 26
Swear'ingen---- --- ------98
M\rs. Wallac:e---.....------ -... 263
For Adjutan't an:l Inspector Generr
Cr aig-_- ...- ...- ......... ..----23 4
*Marshall. ----------- --
'ickens County
ry of ,August 29th
For Commissioner of Agriculture
Harris.---- ----- -------- ---- 269(
Wightman-------- -- ------ 125(
The official state vote for gov
ernor as reported from Columbia is
as follows:
Blease---- ---------......77,019
Cantey------- --- ---- ---- ----1,258
Coleman-- ----- -- -------- 3,780
Duncan------ .....- ..- ..... 1,777
Laney---- -- -- -- ---------- 23,045
McLeod---- ---------......65,682
Blease and McLeod'In second race.
Jackson was elected lieutenant
governor.
Dove was reelected secrctary of
state.
Wolfe was reelected attorney gen
oral.
Carter had no opposition for state
treasurer.
Hope and Swearingen in second
Tace for superintendent of education.
Craig elected adjutant and inspect
or general.
Harris reelected commissioner of
agriculture.
Fred H. Dominick was reelectei
to congress 'n first primary.
The second primary election will
be held next Tuesday, September 12.
Everybody whose name appears on
a club roll may vote, whether they
voted in the first primary or not.
J. S. Leopard, one of the most
prominent and influential members of
the last house, was defeated for
election to the Senate in Pickens
county. W. E. Findley, one of the
ablest mathematical scholairs the
University of South Ca'rolina ha
known and formerly an instructor in
mathematics there, has been elected
to the House from Pickens county
ie is a lawyer and a farmer.-Green.
ville Piedmlont.
(Political Advertisements)
CARDS FROM CANDIDATES
To the People of Pickens CountyO
,I want you to know that I sincerely
appreciate the fine vote you gave me
on August 29 which placed me in the
second race for a member of the
house of representatives from the
best county in the state. I tried to
make you a good representative dur
ing my first term and I feel that w*ith
the experience I gained during that
time that I will be able to do more
good than when I was a new member.
I hereby assure en!', all all of my
fellow citzelns )iat I will do every
thing within n power to promote
legislation- that will tend to reduce
the burden of the people by the re
duction of taxes, a'n-I I feel much
better qualified for such service than
I was during my first term.
J. 0. Williams.
To the Voters of Pickens County:
I wish to thank you for the splen
dlid vote given me in' the first pi.
mary for county commissioner. Thi5
good vote has placed me in the secont]
rrimary. If you see fit to elect m<
I pledge you my best efforts
Yours faithfully,
James J. Herd,
For County Com.
To the Voters of Pickens County:
I wish to thank the people for thc
flattering vote they gave me - o the
lih st primary. I greatly appreciat<
it and if the people of Pickens county
v-ill give me the- office of probatt
judlge I will show my appreciation iri
the conduct of that office. I will ap
preciate your vote on September 12
- R. A. Hudson.
I wish to expres-s my appreciatior
to the good people of Pickens coun
ty for the splendid vote given me or
the 29th (lay of August for the offilc<
of Probate Judge. By your vote yet
have placed me in the second race
and by your vote you can seep me it
the Probate Judge's office. I hav<
serv'ed you as Probate Judge in filling
out the unexpired ferm of Judw
3 Newbery, and if it is your wish tha
I have a full term in this office
will appreciate your going to the poll
Sand fetinag for me~ next Tuesday
Sept. 12. Wish to again thank yo
for the good v-ot(e that i expect to ge
Son Sept. 12. 1 am,
4 Your servant,
N. A. Chisvtopher.
1 Candidate for R(( lection to the el
1 ,.c of Pn t . Ei_, -._1
Big Developmen
Anderson Men to Build Summer Re
sort lin Pickens County.
Mr. Albert Farmer, Mr. R. E. Ligon
and about eight other gentlemen of
Anderson have closed a deal through
Mr. W. H. Chastain to purchase about
120 acres of land known as Reedy
Cove about 15 miles from here on the
main top soil road from this place to
Brevard.
These gentlemen, it is understood
have bought this property .fcr tb
purpose of developing it into a sum
mer resort. Mr. Chastain.stated that
they intented . building a lake and
qu'te a number of cottages for sum
mer occupants and tourists. It is
also thought that Cove creek and the
adjoining streams will be stoked
with fish, that drive ways will be built
around the lake and that a number
of small boats will Yfe on hand fo r.ny
who like boating.
It is said to be an ident 'lace for
such development, one of the bes in
that part of the mountain seetn,
and that no pains or neans will be
spared to make it an up tn udate rfc
reational place.
MRS. L. W. HILL DEAD
Mrs. Bettie Hill, wife of Mr. L. W.
Hill of Liberty, died at her home Aug'
ust 16. She had been in declinjing
her.lth obeut ten years, but was forced
to her hed only a (lay or two before
death and her death was unexpected.
Funeral serviecs were conducted at
the home by Revs. Mason and Pryor
and burial followed in the Liberty
cemetery the (lay following death.
Mrs. Hill was about 50 years of
age and' a member of Fairview Meth
odist church. She was converted in
childhood and lived a consistent chris
tain life until the end. She was i
daughter of Mrs. Sarah Gravley of
this county. She is survived by a
heartbroken husband, one sister, Mrs.
. H'1. Watts, and three brothers, W.
D. Gravley of Ohio, A. M. Gravley
of Liberty and L. D. Gravley of near
Pickens.
The bereaved ones have the sym
iathy of hosts of friends.
PASTOR DAVIS MOVES
Rev. J. A. Davis has been called
as pastor of Woodlside Baptist church,
Greenville, and has enteid on his
new duties. Brother Davis has been
pastcr of the Second Baptist church
6f Liberty and the Cateechee Bap
tist church at Norris. lie also
preached at two mis.:on stations,
Smith's Grove and Rice's Creek. Be
fore resigning his work he conducted
meetings with all of his churches. At
Liberty he received sixty-seven new
members, forty-five for baptism. At
Catecchee thirty-nine new members
were received, twenty-five for bap
tism. At Smith's Grove thirteen new
members were received, ten for bap
tism'andl at Rices Creek six wvere re
c!eivedl for baptismn. Brother Davis
has also assisted Pastor R. F. Jones,
of the First Baptist church of Wesu
.in ster, where thirty-nine new mom
bers wcere receivedl, andl pastor J. F.
Mauld in, at Fant's G rove,' where
twventy-one were receivedl. He has
had a great year' wvth his churches
and we are glad to wvelcome him to
Greenville.-Baptist Courier.
WINCHESTER REUNION
The reunion at Daniel Winchester's
that was postponed on account of
sickness will be held Saturday, Sept.
16th. All that are connected in any
way are cordially invited.
MARRIAGE
Married, August 31, Mr. J. H. Lol
lis of the Porter's chapel section an(
Miss Mamie. Duncan of the Pickem
Mill village. J. R. Connelly officiated
Congratulations are in order.
The law suit of Mrs. M. E. C. Mul
vs. Easley Lumber Co., et al, whicl
wvas recently tried in circuit cor
at Pickens and- resulted in verdie
for the deofendlant, was appealed t<
state supreme court. 'The suiprem,
'curt sent the cas hack for anothe
. ial. Martin, Bly'.he, Craig an.
Iseith are attor'neys for the plaintifl
-while WV. E. FVndley and J. Rober
Martin Ireant sthe lumber conm
t at Reedy Cove
PICKENS ASSOCIATION MEETS
SOON.
The time for the meeting of the
Pickens association was changed at
its last regular session, from about
the middle of October to the 22nd
day, of September, and Vi1 include
Sunday.
This meeting will be held at Oo
lenoy church. The committee on time
and place requests that there~ will be
no preaching at any of the churches
on that Sunday and all the ministers,
deacons and laymen are earnestly
invited to be present at the associa
tion.
MARRIAGE AND HAP'TIZlNG AT
OOLENOY
Oolenoy, Aug. 30.-A marriage of
considerable interest because of the
number of their fricnds, relatives and
acquaintances was that of Mr. B. B.
Hendrix, a well known farmer of this
section and Miss Sunie Masters. The
bri( is a very pleasant and attractive
daughtcr of Mrs. Lizzie Masters. The
marriage, ceremony was performed
by W. E. Edens, Jr., at his residence
on Sunday afternoon. The happy
ecuple are being congratulated by
many friends.
One of the largest crowds ever
present here attenlded the baptizing
here cn last Sunday afternoon when
pastor F. S. Childress administered
the ordinance to scme 20-odd peo!ple.
This was the result of a wonderful
eval teeting hcId a short timc
ago.
\NOLF CuEEl SCHOOL HONOR
1101.11.
First Grade.-Siams Hayne, T. J
Durham, Boczie Patterson, Ja mc
Stephens, Eulistic Patterson, CICom
Mann, Ocie Lce Nix.
Second Grade.-Jessie Allgood
Marie Snider, Larry Stephens, Evic
Kay, Helen Lewis.
Fourth Grade.-Arthur Grant,
.Julian Snider.
Adv. Fourth.-Genetha Lewis, Rob
ert Durham.
Fifth Gradc.-Capcrs Lewis, Flet
cher Durham.
Th ird Grade.-Walter Thoa.
P1reston Brezeale, Artie Mae Nix.
Elmina Clemuents.
Sixth Gradc.-uth Steheim, 1th1
Jones.
Seventh Grade-.--Louise Brve-cal-e
Ruth Grant, Edna )urhani, Alberc
Lewis.
Eighth Grade.-Gcrtude Mann
Gertrude Lewis, Clara G.hson.
Ninth Grade-Frances Lc~vis.
DACUSVILL.E SOCIAL.
One of the most enjoyable andl~ at
tractive social affairs given in thi
community was the lawn party anm
informal dance given by Misses Lil.
lian, Nannie and Lola Ponder Wed.
nesday evening, August 23. Th<
pe~rch was lovely wvith its simle
decorations of summer flowers anm
.Japanese lanterns. In one nook ol
the spacious verandla, bright witl
gardlen flowers andI potted plants, re.
freshing iced beverage was dlispen.
sed1 by Misses Thomas and Hlolcombe,
Miss Cleo Hlallum of Pickens added
to the merriment of the evening by
giving a series of humorous' readings.
Beautiful music was also an enjoy
able feature of the occasion.
Among those from other places en
joying the hospitaiity of the Misses
P'ondler were: Misses Lillie Pruette
Abbeville; Fern Ritter, Seymour
ndi.; Florence Poe, Birmingham
Ala.; Cieo IHllum, Pickens; Floyd
Wood, Helen Briscoe, Beulah Vaugh
Ethel Hunt, Jo Smith, Verner Smith
Mary Robinson and Reaves of Green.
ville; Mcssrs Julius Morgan an<
Frances Connor, of Taylor; Ear
Wood, Harold Cunnineham, Rogei
Cunningham and Kay Jones of Green
ville; EarI Taylor, of 'Greer, an
James Bola McDanil o (f Washington
D. C.
POS'IJ'ONE TAX PAYMENTS
The t ime of payment of state an
Scounty Iam ha' been postponedl ur
I i! Seput ebe 15.
tGreat numbers of our Pieker
; yl e atte'nding the Pat With
row meetings at Easlcy this wevek.
.. d ormoeemt: unason
Pickens Schools (
List of the T(
The Pickens High Schnet will 4
gin its next session on September 18 1
at nine o'clock. All who are interes
ted in the school are invited to at
tend the opening.
The teachers for the session 1922
192:1 are: Miss Louise Culpepper,
Fort Gaines, Ga., first grade and part
of the second grade work; Miss Grace
Mathews, Pkckens, part of the sec
ond grade, work and the third grade;
Miss Lula King, Pavo,' Ga., fourth
guade and part of the fifth grade
work; Mrs. J. M. M9rris, Pickens,
part of the fiftli grade work and the
sixth grade; Mrs. Ada Alexander.
Pickens, part of the fifth grade werk
and tho seventh grade. Teae.hers for
the high school are: Miss Rubv
Berryman, Royston, Ga., Latin and
French; Miss Mary 'Morris, Pickens,
English and History; S. C. Boone,
Hartsville, Science, Biology, Chemis
try, Physics, and Arithmetic; F. W.
Simpson, principal, Algebra, Geom
etry, an( Modern History.
The text hooks for the; several
grades are: First 'Grade:-Winston
F'rst Reader and Primer Combined;
Practical Writing Manual No. 1.
Sceond Grade: Winston Second
Reader; Arnold's Mastery of Words,
Bcok ;. ,Practicitl Writing Manual
N o. 2.
Third Grade: Rebbins and Row's
Work and Play with Language. Th(,
Vim-t.on Third Readcr; Arnold's Ma .' -
tery of words, Book 1; Smith's Mod
ern Priniary Aiithm'ie; PractXcai
Writing lanual No 3.
Fo, ur th Grade: Tle WVinston Fourth
Raider; Arneld's lasteiy of Words,
Bet 1i One; Studi's i6' Englisi, look
n';mith's 1odrn P1timary Arith
eitic; Siith's Human Geography.
Uco~k Onec; Ritchie-Caldwell Primer
of lygh. ien., PrIatiVal Wr'iting Manua;
No. !.
Fifth Grade: The Winston Ii!'
R1cader; Arnold's Mast1ery of Words,
Book 1; Smith's Modern Advan'/.d
Arithmetic; Smith's Human Geogra
phy, Bock Oic, Part Two; Estil's
Beginner's lhistory of Our Country;
1i'rcCeal W'iiting M\anuaI No. 5.
Sixth Grade: Ai'nold's Mastery of
English Words, Book 2; K inard and
Wither's The Engl ish Langua4e,
lovk 2; Smnith's M odern A'tvanced
. rithmCtic; Sims' Hlistory cf' South
!Cr(tina; Smith's Iluian Geograpihv.
2k 2, with South Carollin supple
munt; i i -' PiiLe f 8.anXitation
andPhsi.ky. Praeliieal WVriting
MIanual No. 6.
SvInth Grade: Arnobl's Mastery
of Wurds, Book 2; Smith's Modern
Advanced Arithictic; Thomplion 0,'
llisto'y of the United Statts; Slith's
Human01 Geograiphy, lookc 2, par't 2.
v"ith Carolina Supplement; P'ractical
Writing Manual No. 7; Kinard-With
eris The English Language', .Book 2.
Eighth Grade: Ward Sente nce and
Theme and Punctuation Leave's; The'
Skech Book; Julius Cvnser; Stone
Mills Ariithmetic; WellIs' Algebra for
Secondar'y Schools; CaldwvellI and
IEikennerry's Elemenits of Gen.'rd:
Science, Revisedl; SmithI's E'lemnltar'y
Ltijtin.
INinthi Grade: Waird's Senten('e an:1
Trhiee; Mikel 's Short St ories fo'
I Eng1sh: Courseas; Enoch Ariden;
Southern Poe'ts; West's A ncie'nt
XWorld; Wev'lls' Al gebra for Secondai'y
Schools; Smallwvood, Re'vely and( B~ail
cy's fliology for High Schools. Ben
r ('tt's Caesar's Gallae War; Be'nnett's
No LaIdtin Grammariii; B('nnett's Newv
Tenth Grade: Lewis and1 losic's
Practical English; West's Modern
World; Well's New Plane Geometry;
Cook's Practical Chemistry for High
School Students; Bennett's Cicero'
Orations; Bennett's New Latin Coin
Iposition; Chardenal's Complete
Course (French); (LiteraturP to be
seleIctedl.)
Eleventh Grade: Ward's TIheme
Building; Wells' New Solid Geomec
* try; Black an'd Davis' Practical P'hy
,SIcs, re'vised with Black's Labor'ator'y
Mvanual ; Bennett"s Virgil Eneid:
Talbot's La Fr'nic'e, Nouvelle ; We'lls'
Algebra, Part 2; Stephensons A morni
caon llistor'y, and1( Wallac's C ivies
1(Literiatur'e to be select ed.)
- f'u iils who were not pr.er1 td n-ed
rect buy any books exer p1. in thos
ib'ects whieb have hii n chanige'd
No pupil shld buy h ook: bei'v
he investigat"e to r{ee i he has the
book already. Pupils who, have an3
)pen Sept. 18;
kachers and Rules
of the above named books may write
their names ,and. tle 'price they ask
and sell to students in the school,
providing they do not need the books
themselves.
Pupils who ent'er the elementary
grades from other districts will pay
$3.00 per month for 'tuition. Pupils
do not have to pay tuition under the
present law if they enter the high
school. All tuition is payable in
advance.
Examinat'-ons will-be given in all
grades that pupils wish to enter but
have not promotion cards. Thqse
examiiiations will be held on Sep
tember 18.
No pupil whose sixth birthday does
rot come before Jiinuary 1, 1923, will
be enrolled is a pupil in the school
for this session. All pupils exp.ecti-ng.
to enter the first grade must start
at the first of the session so that
aditional classes will not have to
be made.
The first bell will ring at '8:30.
All pupils who come to school before
that time will wait at the curb until
the bell rings and will then go lhitc
their respective rooms to study un
der the direction of their teacher
until 8:50, when the second bell will
ring for all th( pupils to gather in
the atlditeriu m or f-emin in the r
iooms for devotional extrcises. At
9 o'clock le. regulair chus work will
I f, it. is raining when pupils arrive
t s'h1l befir 8::v . they mnay take
Ui- in th' front enridor outsde
l1-e frr ha r, *if it dec. om happn
( iut I that tlh e pipii Comesc$
too ea'rly.
It will be nor.1*i -':: V fer1 all teach
(er to be in t0h0r placevs at N: when
the first bell ri lgs. Io direct )1ppil.s
w.ho may need asSistancve inl their
If a pup'l wilfully or carelessly
(efaces, marks, or injures the school
biluilding or fixtures he will be liable
for the damage andi if he refusesi
to make it good may be punished or
(lismiss(d from thle school, as the
ildividlal case may deserve.
No pupil wil leave lth. school
grounds w itlhout perm sion from the
Irincipatl. from, 8:.10 till he is dis
missed b.y his teacher. Any pupil
wvho ,-Arures permi iossio to leave theo
groulls must attend promptly to th,
rdmtter for which he left and return.
'erm-11Usiol l %iii no. he givlen for
jr lyto remain at Ie stores or pub
lic buildi-1ngs. Pupils are expected],
to conduct themselves when they
leave the school groundis with the
permission of the principal, just a.s
they .should at the school. Any pupil
who violates this trust or' WwO is
tardly in returning will be p~uni'shedl
andii will thereafter be kept at schol
till the close oif the daily sessionl.
Uip n dismissal each pupil must
proceedi directly home and must not
remain ar'ounid the stores and public
b)uildiings. This does not mean that
pupils who are kept at school for
athletic training or who have music
lessens may not remain till such
triin g or lesson is over.
F. W. Simpson, Principal.
SIX MIL~E ENWS
A social was given by the B. Y. P.
U. of the Six Mile BaptisL church
last Friday evening from 8 to 11 p.
mn., at the residence of Mr. J. L.
Dillar'd. The social was enjoyed by
all piresent. After playing a number
of games punch wvas served.
The Hurricane Towvnship Singing
Convention met with the Six Mite
Baptist'church last Sunday aftdrnoon.
Prof. McD. Weams wvas a visitor to
the conventlbn.
A new drug afbre will be erected
in the town of Si-x Mile in the near
future by Dr. Ezell of Central.
The new 'top soll road from Six
Mile to Cateechee is almost com..
pleted.
'Watch Six Mite Grow.")
A NOTH ER ,PICN IC
Tfhere will be a. picnic at Table
Rock cove next Saturday, September
0. This picnic is primarily for the.
club boys and girls of Pickens coun
ty, but their parents, sisters, br6th~
erg, sweethearts- and friendsu are n
vited to attend and bring along~the
rnecessary ingredients to mak ea pie
mie a success. A great time is looke&
forward to. County Agent BeWr
I has charge of arrrngemnt

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