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The Pickells Seutliel
PICKENS, S. C
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
$3.60 a Year Invariably in Advance.
ltered at Pickens, S. C. Postoffice as
Sorond Class Mai! Matter.
ARE WE A NG Jt RE.
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uity, the:I
1ub n e staniped en:
the l: r b - ,r . e '-n -
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chair' of .hnlu 1. W :.t kira . .:
fedh zal c'urt, to t e grnd juir
thu other dlay, in w'.ich court ? i. r
were several hurdred cage. aea. :
brcak(':. of the law to ma khi a,.-1
selling Iiquor. The seed of lw.s
fess are heing sowI and they will
bear fruit in the generations yet un
born, unless something is done tc
create a sentiment ;i favor of law%
and order. We must. set up a stand
ard and then work to it., but so long
as we go along and condone the law
breaker, it. matters not what the of
fense may be, we are sowing seep
that will leave a heritage for our chil
dren that will not be to our credit.
This is not. only true as to the civil
laws on our statute books. but it ap
Jles as well to our conduct aniid the
standard that. we .(t up of right, liv
ing and right thinking.
Judge Watkins says further in this
narc (xcteJlent chart': "Let us have
a standard in our et mmuiniiity and let
it he ,o high our chiiren will not
rea p th: setd(I of this lawlessnes .
'J'hosc veterans who were the Grey
reto d('(l from thi ce( 11 tt law-abid
ing, (God-fearing, d(h lt paying eiti
7.ns and that is the heritage they
gavy us. What heritage are we
leaving for our children?" That is
a very important and a very solemn
question which it. would be well fcr
every good citizen to ask himself.
What heritage are you endeavoring
to leave to your children What. are
you doing to set up the proper stand
ard of living in your community?
.What are you doing to help mould
thatpublic sentiment that will stand
for righteousness, and that will be so
strong that, the lawbreaker will not
have his standing in the community,
whethpr it be the breaker (of the
statute law or the ]awvs of society.
Speaking of "forceful ebarges"' by
the j udges, both state and federal,
the A bbeville Pr( ss and Banner
uuakes this comment: "What does
the man who makes two thousand
dollars in five months in the pursuit
of a criminal avolcat ion care when he
may with a pa it of his ill-gott en
gains pay the law's penalty."
TJhat may h( (one way of creating a
healthy public sentiment against law
lessness. But there must. he a right
thinking and a right standard set up
toe which w( will endeavor to liv& bet
for( we cani get the right sort of pub i
lie 5(ent iment1, and ( een henivy penVi
ltentiarzy ilentenCL..t Y t -i h
that er m v. - en. ,ci
Wh iui i
ofl
'FENE' OFPOT NTY F .R A
Iol 'eat a scha I b.$1~ h ~.
Jilor at.o teot(0 $1 o.d mant
egh r ont.Emh hern
'ioheo tehrh feeora thCut.,. he
vacant, and will be filled by c'omti..
tive examtinatifin. The (date for this
examination is Friday, ~July 8th,
This is a fine opportunity for a young
man idesirous oif preparing to teach.
Some of the hest teachers now in
the state were enabled to get their
preparation by means of these schol
arships.
Messrs. Colie Seaborn, Clarence
Mann and A. C. Mann were .holders
of this scholarship.
Why is a blackberry green when
it's red?
Did you ever see a narrow broad
man ?
The zephyrs h:. ' ( n rather
warm in this sectKa ) r the past
week.
Along eoit s that n'
:ay what v Le tink -.. i -hol(
WE KNOV SEVERAL.
;t - :1N ( .
srk anid the' ai m il ith g'ood luck
ain deliver it to San Francisco ir
l"-s than 50 hours-.
O(d-timers in Greenville can re
:all the excitem ant of December
1860, before the transeontinenta
telegraph was completed when the
Pony Express carried Presiden1
B1uchanan's last me1?ssage to Congress
from Washington to San Francisc
Il eight days and two hours.
What'll they have in the year2000
.hat'll make 1921 air mail service
e((l a. slow as the Pony Express
(m(111. today?
PROMINENT BAPTIST DEAD.
IDlr. C. C. frown, one of the most
Prominent Haptist ministers of this
state, died in a Richmond. Va.. hos
pital Tuesday morning after a long
illness.
GRACE METHODIST CHURCH.
Sunday school 10:00 a. m. Supt.,
11. E. Jones.
Preaching 11:00 a. m. and 8:00
p. n.
The Ladies' Circle, One, Two and
Three, will meet. at the church Mon
(lay, June 20, 5:00 p. m.
Prayer meeting at 8:00 p. m.
The public cordially invited to at
tend all services.
.J. C. Diggs, Pastor.
IN MEMORY.
TIhe body of Private James M1.
Bagwell, Co. F, 53rd Pioneer infan
try,. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bag
well, arrived at Pickens June 9th
from France. He died September
22nd, 1918. Age 28. Funeral serv.
ice was held at Griffin church June
1 0th at 11 a. m by Rev. Fulton Chli
dres, where his body was laid to rest
to await the resurrection morn.
We miss him from our hom. 2, but
the Lordl always knows best. We
must subm't all a i- .re, and( we
hope to nmeet him en the evergreenj
~hoe w~here we will never part ne
1o he is gone, our lev( one ,i..
'I reach tha 3h'1 rae.
hyi should we lament and mourn
e God our-j Father thought.
Tfo t:~ke he'r from thi1W wor]ld (. i si
Inito) a wvorl d of happine.
D. P. H.
FOR SA LE-Good carriage and
painess. Also a nie'e newv Lop bug
:y. There is a bargain. See Stace
M. Townes, Pickens Star Rote.
8t-1 0-pd
LIBERTY ROUTE THREE.
Catchin: chiggers is the order of
the day.
-2 .:1 Ev a Newell spent
Sundaty v.h " s1 Li.zie and Alma
- d ar -ll.':
:!.. :) veke~.. . ,.
1. a Itl~ :os ~ohH
A G N\VS.
Tom :m1
11 I S '2 i . t'12:
111' 'p)I\ ,;:t'.1 -"t 1 ' ' fl* '1
ys took a trip to the :' t of ih
Sou tinS lSt SundIty. Tr1' n e the
fo0un(1 Some pretty girls. Guy say
that. he is expecting to go bael
aW~am soon.
The prayer meeting at Mt. Tabo
is progressing nicely.
'There is going to be an all da:
singing at. Rices Creek next Sunday
Boys, you must go get your bes
girl.
Mr. Carson has bought a nice nev
Ford. Guess he can ride some too.
Mr. Luther Cothran has the brag
"(p in this section. Luther is a
good farmer.
Sir. Ro. GilstraJp and Mr. H1 ?1nry
Shirley were seen above Liberty
Sunday. Wonder where they were
going?
Papa's Pet.
MARRY AND BE MERRY.
This advice printed in The Senti
nel before, will bear repetition:
Hey, you Pickens boys, don't let
yourself in for the dawgondest, dis
ioalest feeling in the world. Don't
be content to spend all of your time
gossiping with the boys in the stores
and on the corners and wake up som
fine day to find that you haven't
learned how to take care of you
end of the conversation when you
land in the presence of an interest
ing girl.
Don't wait until you commence to
feel 01(1 and unnecessary before you
learn that the biggest part of life's
sunny side is over wvhere men and
womien enjoy each other's company,
andl not where they seek to avoid
each other's presence. Look at the
folks who never married andl then
gaz.e on the ones who have and ask
yourself which are really living lift
as it should be liv'ed and which are
healthiest and happiest andl worth
most. to the world.
Don't let. the fact. that so~me fellow
fou nd marriage a failure discouragt
you. It wasn't marrage that was
faiiure---it was the fellow himself.
F(.r every unhappily mated pair ther2
are' ten. of thousands who aehappy.
Y ou hear the dark side andl donr't take
Iime Co lookI( whvee th flun hI n0les al
a vry)fe ha u ittle
All son hodi . ';.- ag is
he a ::t o' the 10: .i m s .1
Brw: nm preen te am, ul
taemstmk ayeto orb..'
foe heabovpe , date to he undmer-ll
ignedJ.
M~rs. Mattie Brown,
t-pd-10 AdAmmn~ai.
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