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' . ? y^J: |j j " ": ' ' "\ . ' '''' " " . fi-w? KiiU'riiil M?:*?l ' *?? l!>i> 5 .it l?icU>>iim, s. <5. i?>? hocoiiiI cIiinm mill imiiier, iiiidui'iii'l of Ooiiixi-.^h <?t' :t, isj-i 40th Year PICK$NS* 8. (7., DEC. ??,' W10. Numb v.-v _ _ _ . v. ; , . PICTURE Matth?\* "The Kingdom of God it not me< in the Ht TW"" F?T U5 keep in memory I I Henron relate to the ( world of mankind to I dom soon to be Inauei v: man is ?|>HKCI1 <>l ?? inClUtliUg class, but also. to some extent. Those different parable-picturi standpoints, just as we take a south, the ??n?t and the west, ii As a mustard seed is very fowls of the air may lodjjL' in of iht? Kingdom would, from a Tin* nmstnrd would not In; gre: herbage. Thus i In* message of f(.>w of Israel. has tlnul!;, grow lik<? to gather in its br::i.chen. to our Lord's interpretation of the Wicked One.'. So then the elude that (In- Church of Christ that it was a shame and a dl would become honorable* and g pleasure in its shade. This d Rhbylon. declaring Hint ^ > ? lions, iho nominal Church of words: "She lias become the hoi clean and hateful bird." (llovi large outward development of glory lint contrariwise. Novort However his spirit may have h? improper development, ultimat order out of chaos and eonfusic The parable of the "leaver was foretold, the Church woul would take her hatch of flour t result would be that the mass \ Church of Christ: tho food of i corrupted. Every portion wool of false doctrines, whieli would every doctrine inculcated by ,!r perverted or twisted by tin* <*rr< Tlii? desirability of obtnlnir Kingdom. is pictured in the pur finder, realizing its value, desir he disposed of nil of Ids proper to contain the precious treasnr message will gain its glorious ] joys and prospects, its hopes m we intelligently hear and, b^ a share with Christ in ids Milie and appreciation will be our s ever believes the message of t indeed a necessary Inspiration, all that he has of earthly bless the prize, he will surely be utr belongs to God. lie has put tl willing to pay the price. The I vltatlon to Join with him In tli umj uu nmirera wiin uim In hi nlal Age, to unearth nil that trc The hiding of the treasure Is pearls before swine;" they will ish. and in thoir dlsappointmen it to thyself before God." Mai he who seeth in secret will row Pearls were much more in v traded in these gems and cnrrle estimated. The parable repres across the finest pearl he had e was quite rejoiced to sell or trtu might become the owner of tin This parable represents tin Kingdom as being superior to a ol' tin* wArld. of namo'niid faun the Scriptures say. "A good mi but when our eyes behold "tin U.J.. I - ; - - ? - - juiui'iiciiMi11> wmi our i.onI .!< with liiin in liis work of l>loss|i> tliis is si' priceless tiling, wori li find pleasures of tin* world T cliniipe nil <-:ii*l illv il'in;;s then neees'-ary. ;is the Muster forew:i of evil iiL' iinsI yoli fnlsei.v for great is y< .r reward in heaven, before you." <Miltthew fell. 12 nl .viieli a < < :,i is not worthy of i mil' It tl'ihiilali 'li miim we entr ??in> ? 1111"; iy ciKiurc ssif ii I riI? of (he null), in <>1 ict 1 iciHO t<> llii to tlij.' "ovi')'<'oiiKM's" liii.s I lie I promise !." ' 'i o 11i111 ilini oveivo: ? Ii? V. A not lie I* ji :i 1>! of liio Kin:: Only one kind of lisii kind will inherit tin* Kingdom ; of iliis :i"" wll! lie ii silling. s. The (iesll'iihle lisli will l>e jritii hwk into tin* sim ;is i:n(it fur 11 DIII'DOSI' I >111';: < Mill.. will i>(> (loillt Willi 1111(1 Itlt'sseii ii lifp. I If re. :;s in ttic i>arnh'c* of 11 tlio WtM'pil>!< 11 ml Klllls'llillir of I Ki'OMl tinit* h!' tnnildi* Willi \v!iie 11 i 111 KIiik<I'>I)i. the Kingdom f<> tlu> ( liurf.'li lias Iiccii pvayhi;: Kingdom coiiio; thy will he don Kingdom that will l?o! It will "Kcar not. little flocU, it is your dolll" Mllll it 11'III Ivi full.- ........ mankind! Our stud closes with tlu- J respecting tN> things portnnrtnj order. /' PIC-KEN % \ ^ * " lb Of THE KINGDOM. 13:31-33; 44-52.?July 3. ii an4 rff tfth\ ngklcoutnts* mtid pemc<t tnd fa ilit iL-ty hat the Maater'a parables of tha Kingdom c L'lasa ot people whom he ia calling out of lb je associated with him in his Millennial liln* jrated. Let ui remember that sometimes thi . nominally, not merely the saintly, the whes the tares, as ahown in our study of last weel mj represent the same subject from dlfTereu photograph of a building froui the north, ib uternally and externally. small, yet produces a large bush, ro that th its braucbes, so this illustrates bow tbe irosm small beginning, attain to a considerable slz< nt anion}; tho trees, but great^. among bushes o Christ, received at Orst only by the poor and th n to such important dimensions that the fowl But let us remember that the fowls, accordln, a previous parable, represent the servants o teaching of this parable would lead us to cod , at one time, was so unimportant In the worli ishmior to belong to it, but that ultimately i .^..c oiivi uiu a<ivei-sary s servants would hav evelopment the Scriptures represent as beinj hole, with the various branches and denominn Christ is liabyfonish. Hearken to tiio Lord' (1 of every foul spirit and the cage of every un ?lati<?n l.S:2.i Tiie in'.iinalion is th:it thero is i the church which is not t<> her advantage aix heiess. this is. uoiutiiiiliy. the *'bun-it of Ciirisl ?en misrepresented ami there may l ive been ai ely tlie great Head <>| the Church- will lirim hi :iii<I will Klnrll'.v and use his "elect .** i" iv. iilnstrate., the proc'i'ss l> which, a il tii?? into the wroiiv; eondition. As a wmnai (if baking and put leaven (yeast) in it and tin voitld lieenmo leaveneil. so il would be with tin ln> entire household would hreoiut* leavened o i] heroine more or less vitiated with tin; leavei permeate i he entire mass. Thus today tiuurl; >sns and Mi- Apostle* has heeoiuc more or lebi r>rs of i he dari; aires. in |<>1111-lifirs11i11 with Christ in his Millennia able of "the lrciiMire hidden in the field." Tin ed It for himself and had such faith In it tha t,\ in order to huv that Held which he helievet e. Oily those who will appreciate tilt* (iospe promises If we love the present life with it: ul ambitions, then we will labor for these, bu i Tii 11 u. neiieve the Cos-pel offer of this age o (nniul Kingdom. then in proportion to our faltl clf-saeriflcing 7,cnl to attain that prize. Who ho Kingdom will timl his faith an inspiration to the atialu,ineut of the prize, for it will eos Ings: and unless he has faith that he will tint willing to saeriliee all he has for It. The licit le treasure there lie offers it for sale to nnj myer is the Lord and those who accept Ids in e sacrifice of their earthly interests that thej s heavenly glories?in tho work of the Millet) .? .... .7.*-i-.oniK tii im* worm or mankind necessary: as our Lord said. "(.'nst not youi not understand you. they will think you fool t may do you injury "Hast thon faith. havi <p your sacrifice of earthly things to hitn am1 ard you openly. ojiuo in ancient times than now. Pearl buyert (1 them to the market, where they wore hiuhh outs one of these pearl merchants as couiinv rer seen, lie considered it so priceless that In ile all of Ids oilier pearls and property, that In II I l< >21 1*1 Cospel offer of si share with Christ In his II other propositions in the world. Tho honor? position : iiiI wealth, are indeed desirable; as me is rut her to Tie ehosen than ureal riches;' pearl of iireiit price," the Kingdom offer ol stis in liis heavenly tflor.v ami the association r. all the families of the earth, we realize that more by far than all the honors ami dignities hose worthy to hny this pearl will gladly ex[ for I'ven (heir good name, and liiis will he ll'IICll I 11 111 11 > . .. nlltlll nu,\ Mil lllal IIIII'I my rejoice n lit I lie exceeding .uhtd. for fur so persecuted they the prophets who wero i. He ili:it is not willing' to h:?ve the Kingdom li Kingdom. The Apostle Ims s;iid. "Thron.nh r t!i" Kingdom" (Acts and only 11 < c ttltuions for righteousness' snlie for tin* n:iUit I !< : veill.v e;illin;j tire s. Anil only .on) cl'on "the exceeding ^rcnt :ii>?.I precious win i t riim to sit wlh i<i<> in i.iy : 11<>ju>. ' doin represents tlii" uiysnol messajre us n "nt".," I. lust the not withers every kind. Not every is .Joint-lieirs willi (Mirist Jesus. hence t i>?? end >pnriit!n?; time, lis represented in the pnr:il>le ered into vessels: the renininder will lie st lie Kingdom. Inn i: -t ne?essiirily unfit for iin> mi.ii ui;m < isiss 1111111 I or llic Kingdom im!. il possible. martr iist'fut anil lit f";?r denial i? wheat and tlic tares- tin* furnace >!' lire. jidJ < < 111 in connedion therewith. symbolizes the Ii tliis age will <'ixl, giving plnee to the >iil!< ;i r tin* establishment of which upon (he earlh so unceasingly for nineteen r-oniuries, "Thy < mi dirt It. as it <: (lnii - in lii?nvi>n vvii*>? .> Ik- ii Kingdom ruin; ted to n "Utile I'lock" KnihorV. goi,.| pi i.-;ui" to rive .von the Kin;; iwt?rod lo establish the rule of Iii>:iv<mi among .ortl's exhortation th it all who :i *<> instructed f to tin; Kingdom should set their affairs in ? W S rtv%\ IS E l i?u <5 ucai S, DRUG CO. i.xvs*as 23S2C In disorders and di3- [.] eases of children drugs jJ p seldom do &ooci and m K .often do harm. L | Careful feeding and |j g bathing are the babies' || >i * cmicu.icb. ; I Scott's Emulsion 1 1 | is the food-medicine thai S , | not only nourishes them fj w most, but also regulates $ * |j their digestion. It is a fei 5. H wonderful tonic for chil- ra ^ Kg dren of all ages. They w * |j rapidly gain weight and |jj k |] health, on small doses. | fc$ FOR SAI,li I!Y AX,I, DRUGGISTS $ ^ H Send 10c., nnitte of paper nnd this nd. for t EM our bcnuliful Savings Hank ami CliildV ?j i? Sj Sketeh-Jiook. Ijach bank contain.: a |j1 , ggj Good I,nek Penny. lei BIBL.E STUDY COUPON. ! Itible and Tract Society, 17 Illcka , St reel, UrooUlyn, X. Y. Kindly vend 1110 the Bible Studies marked bulow:? i "W'icro Aro tho Doad?" l} "Forrjivablo and Unpardonable |t OIH3." "What 3ay tho Scriptures Respecting Punishmont?" ' "Rich Man In Hell." Y "In the Cross of Chrict We 3 Glory." "Most Precious Text."?John , 3:16. 4 "End of the A90 Is the Harvest." . 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Nairn? i Street City ami State ' Upon receipt of (lie above coupon we will send any one of 1 Muvse lMhlo Studies FltKJS; any three of tlieni for f> cents (stamps) or ili<> entire for Uo ' cents. SK.N1) AT O.NC10 TO Tin: niuu: and tract so C1KTV, 17 1 licks Street, Krook.. - | j l.\ II. -N "i . i 5 Tol(! Wont-he ! Is , .10(1 uc have the ^nods to kcoj; ever known in Pickens at this s< I! veil moil's lu:avy llc.ccc lii suit; i> at 50 cents Hi'j suit \v< ill i.ivc: yqii men's heav y C Si lOKS~-\\V 'nave just re< tall shoes ami are prepared to savii <4 to yon 01*25 to 5? cents i j;o' ds a-id t^rorerics at the lo 1 and let u . show you W. IB. Ff "At I lie 0 St?KK*'rs SUoptlCH That a clean, nice, fnnrai,t, eoinpniuiil ( I like Biickhitiil'fl Ariiii- I Snlvo will instantly relievo a I -a?l luirn, ou?, t-oal<l, 'vounil or piles. st iruers sUt'p'ic.?. I n (treat i'hics prove i' ;t \von<i?'rftil Iwalei of I lie worst sort's, uleer--., boils, felons. <-cztmia, skin eruption-:, :is also ohanpcil hand*, sprains anil corns. Try it. 2."ic at all Druggists. Notice of Application for the Appointment of Public Guardian. Notice is hereby given ilmt an implication to have J. 15. Newberry, Probate .Incite of Pi< Iiciir county, appointed public muir>li:m for th(5 following i?:> ii minor children: Norn Porter and Ahburv Porii-r will i... " 1 . _ ....l.lf l>. UK .m of ttie court of common plea* for Plckodh county or noun1 cir<*uii Jud?e (Jhnmhers in the Tenth .Judicial circuit on a petition to be til << forthnt purpose The value of tin- property of said minors is about $11',!.00 aii'! is in ironey, and no lii, competent, and responsible pel son can be found who Is willing to issiilist* said jrn irdiai^jhip. ; 11 I said mi mtslViYt' n<> v;i'nor:if or trstum??ntury Thos. 1"' Pnrt?'i\ l>r- \)ii-r )ii it I custodian ?'f nuiil c i i: < I ? < n. T. J. Mntildiu, 27-28 AUwriu'V STATK OK SOUTH CAKOI.INA. I'lMIIllV of l'irk'Ml-i II..! li V i <>< .. ii ,M'<viii rrv, I'roiitito Jii.li'c. | W!?.Rl\A>. W" .). I'm k.ls hi-: i., suit i" !:?? , '.<> urnnt him Icttit.s <>f \ (ll)iillis' Till IOM 'if (!i>> ? s'UVf it'll! < IVects of S. (J. 'III lire llicivfiill1 in cil:* .*111<I itil ! I .... i ,,, ,,, mi -imi !smv;iii:tr 11? 111 i!-< <I ;mil <."? ???$itois of flu- < ii| S. Unhurt <!?' !- I.;t ' I > V t? - ;t|)i| :!|). ; en' ln'fi < me. 'i ?!? ? i?:?f <-f |i tn III' 11< I?t ?( !' l?I?t?s I in ,S. 1i.1V <> r.lUl Ill'Xt illU'i |?UI>I|CjU I 'It ?.11". t 1 1 o'clock ill tilt" foi.-'MiOli. I > > sli-.i:m ti :ti:> ill* > luv*-1 . v\ ; ? In?>ii i :rl:.nni.-luttwm iiliouli! : lic^iuii'j c<!. (Jivi?ii imkIi r my Imnil. tlii> i uii> >>i Nov. Anno 1 o-nini J. B. Nkwbeuuv. (seal J. P. P. C. I i Koturn 4h|f ad. wuh (145AQdW6vlll ship pr*pfc!<1| V> >iti?m "Vuro" Kitruct*. - W tull quurtu of lino lljo'.'W , , V, AV>l<lo 1 Iran (It. (Smlo kind profotrcfi.) > '.IJUi.iiiK- no IkiIIIdk?nn troul lo?no nppnrutu v o',"'r?CJin 'r |HV? f,,K\<l ""<> '!'?!. ? net. St. i; i No. 2i.)13. Money refunded If not as represents! Amcricon Ltport Compccy. (Southern Brencfi.) JjrKionvlllc. f Whisky $l.2i Notice ol Final Settlement and Discharge, Notice is hereby given that I will make application to J.? B. Newbery, ftsq., Juduce of Prohate for Pickens county, in the Wfoto /vf <1. .V.U. ?>i >'<>11111 VailMIHU, *111 MM' 22(1 day of December 1910 at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, or as isoon thereafter ns said application can be heard, for leave to make final settlement of the estate of Mary .J. Parsons, deeeas-l c(l and obtain discharge asexecutor of said est ate. .J. K. Parsons. Nov. 2'J.K)10t4 Kxecutor. una i UKIA For Infants and Children. Iho Kind You Have Always Bought ^ _ Ciguuturo of ! i r Almost Hero ? you warm at the lowest prices !n season of the year. We. w i 11' tied underwear at 75 cents ihe ' and i! yon think this 100 hi<;h anton I'lannel 1 )rawers at i-SCts. i i ....... r\\ v:i veil iilll Wl IJIHI J>M 1JI III'' II C ()l ' > lit you and all the family at a <l] the pair. Also lull line ofd.y wot possible prices. Drop in ' 1 I 'eeman, Id Sl?ui(l" i Tri";> xmiiLU JLUU XXiiVi? 2iiWciy.S 1 in use for over 30 years, I " a,Ul ^ %Zlr All Counterfeits, Imitations i 1'iXpcriments that triile v?itli Infants and Children?Kxpe What is C Castoria is a harmless subs gorie, I>roj>s and Suothin# contains neither Opium, ?.I< Mihstanee. Its ajyo is its jn and allays Foverishness. jfc Colic* It relieves Teething* T. and Flatulency. It assimil: Stomach ami liowcls, giving The Children's Panacea?Th CEMU8NE CAS1 Bears the The Kind You Hai In Use For O THE CENTAUR COMPANY, 77 MU % i m a m H FC Descriptive I, " T ri RFA< ' * * * ' < f 4 * I'ox 26 J. ; >:Ik < iii Pie! mi; I 1 t / H'i'tic tire ami Test Dr. POULTRY_P On T 1 )iil you know thai von rnu!< -re-;i th . h i.in nf the Winter irst day <>. \u.;; .1. thi n ii you ml paid bin.';, V. Wili i\ er;> < t is 10 u e \ Mir lie; s ' \ v In icallhy .iiui .11 < 14i;j, to cur ipcs ()l course you u'e ? \p< . led tc cc and I', r 1 iia \ irpose vvc I: nstrmt I-oust: Killer. us hint1 you Si. A Riche ?. . imn/vyl /WI f songlit, and which has been las homo the fcig/iaturo of (is been made, under his persivporvision since its infancy, no one todcccivo you in this, anil *'Just-as-good" are hut >. and endanger tho health of rienco against Experiment. AcvrnmA a n ~vx.-r' a ,>iarVr i. U EI A"V. tiluto for Castor Oil, PareSyrups. 3t is Pleasant* It >rphhio nor other Narcotic in; live. 3t destroys Worms cures Dinrrhoca ami "Wind Troubles, cures Constipation ttes tho X^ooil, regulates tho f jiealtliy an<l natural sleep. <5 Mother's Friend. "OR5A always Signature of W$ } n Always Bought 1/ u /eir 30 Years. RRAV STREET, NEW YORK CITY. jp? BEhantsi KEsaffi j& Jik MP Mm wifrZ m&T i nar\ )/ ? ist of Farms r e x P a TATE MAM." I'ickcns, "-v C. ; I? ik liuildinj^. life tiisnr<(nee. . IS CSS AN-A-r.F-A j -x x "? i ? ?*> u _( i li jfc. .v.u? .vvi* >rr. t.. < rial 1 feed 1 )r. 1 less Pnultry Pan. all spring. in I act untin the i not sit i slice I that it has paid Hi \ 51 Mi -kiid Us. in.tkr )<mr diicks last, . cholc.ra i'lnl roup. k ji yuor |).>ulia\ Ireo from ii . >\v of nothing better than * 'r onlox now. yy Son.