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.... ..... eieracy s m. P I C K ~ ~ i - T H E G E MT H E * O F F C I A L POFC THE STHLLS COEMTY __TH ___O___LLSk en- PAPER OF PICKENS VO.............EN , . . A GU T 18 2. SU S RI T O COUNTYR EA PiCie[1s Local an. Persoa] Miss Della Bradley, of Greenville spent the wesk-end with her aunt Mrs. Thos. Welborn. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Chastai and two sons, of- Atlanta, Ga., are visiting their uncles, J. J. and A. B Chastain. 4 Rev. A. M. Simmons will preacl at Secona next Sunday morning a 11 o'clock on "The Return of th< Jews." Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Clayton had a; their guests Friday, Mr. and Mrs. J " A. Pickle and their daughter, Mis Ethel, of Six Mile. The many friends of Mrs. Home Miller, who is in the hospital a Greenville, will betlad to know sh< is inproving slowly. Only one vote was cast in opiposi tion to the levying of fine extrz mills school tax mo Pickens schoo listrict The eletioin was held lase Friday. Mrs. B. H. Powers and children Lois and Jack, left Tuesday morning for several days visit with friends and relatives in Atlanta. Dr. Lee Davis Lodge, president of Limestone College, will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning, August 28. Dr. Lodge is one of the most proninent Baptist men of the state and a very fine speaker. t Mr. and'Mrs. -John Craig, Mr. and Mrs. B. 1. Powers and Miss Nellie Grandy -and nephew, Charle4 Curtis of Pidkenr spent the week-end with Mr. and Mtrs. J. F. Hunnicutt, of Westminster. Mr. T. L. Francis, of Atlanta, Ga., is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Looper. His wife . has been spending some time with her father, and other relatives here and will returp with him to Atlanta in a few days. A pageant, "Girdling the World With Light," will be presented at the Baptist church Friday night by the G. A. and Y. W. A. girls. Miss Azill Wo!Tord, who was the princi pal character in this pageant at the State W. M. U. Convention in Char leston,. wlil take the part here. All the young people, (specialiy of the Pickens association arei invirited * Mf33 LORE. E JONE AND RU. thiroughout1 the co~uty ie''ntrjal' ho r. Oi l . . lA , K,,' Lore Jon ' -- , ii MR . Ru.idolphi ITet 'a "er 'iony which wvas mos 'i>, -' a friends, was pear Cl ' Pobata. Judge N. A. Ch rist ph. at he of.. fice. The bride is the eldlest. -iaiughte: of Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Jln i ne this plac. She is a youn ~g lad . o f adi mirable traits of character and5 popular member of the sociail "irK.. The~ groom is a veteran )f th' WorldI War. H~e is a young man .f *'m'..Y A ni onjioyable' ev'nt followin. mnarrsig was' a dliinner party give> biy thle parents of the grooni, Mr. an Mrs. W. P. Hendrix, at their lovel~ country home several miles north ot town. The home, which is one 01 the most beCau~tiful in all the up see tion, was at its best. A recent coal of white paint, a yealth of pottec plants on the widle po)rch, with cui flowers throughout the rooms gave the house a most pleasing appear, ance. An elegant four course dinner was served, Besides the immediate famn. ily the following guests were pres ent: [[on. and~ Mrs. M. [[lendrix grandparents of the groom; Mis Mery Martin, Miss Daisy Martin ant Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Keith, of Pick TRI-COUNTY COMMENCEMENT AT CLEMSON. COLLEGE AU. GUST 27. The half-way mark of the summer campaign against illiteracy has pass ed. The schools.organized are doing excellent work and the pupils are now looking forward to the county commencement. The Adult schools of Anderson, Oconee and Pickets counties will meet at Clemson College August 27 at 11 o'clock for a joint comm'nce ment. The program for the day is as follows: 1. Word: of wek'ne and comi munity singing. 2. Pledge of :allgiance by adul: pupils. 3. Roll call of districts. 4. Spelling match. Section 1. Beginners; 2. Advanced. A five dol lar gold pi;- v:-11 : the b( 5. Reading car. Ti' b. reader from ea':h c gity will b e.. cered. Prize, one year's subscrip tion to the American magazine. 5. Contest. Best one minute *pe ch. Subject, "What the lay-by hool has meant to me." Section will include the begiitters and see ;'ni 2 the advanceI pupils. Prize; rive dollar golH piece to each contest ' ant. 7. Two short a'idresse.:. 8. Pienic t dmner on grounds. Bach county will spread dinner to _dher. In the afternoon we will eave educational tours headed by *;ompetent guides who will show and explain the various departments of interest of the college. The W. C. T. U. organization of Pickens will give a state flag to the school in this county who has the largest enrollment and largest aver age attendance for this summer ses sion. TAMASSEE ADULT SCHOOL. The work of the adult school at Tamassee is progressing splendidly. Thirty-six pupils are enrolled, both men and women. Mrs. Campbell, of the Home De monstration Department, taught the women handkerchief making last week. Lovely work was done and already one of the girls has an order for six handkerchiefs. They were also taught to make gingham hats by Miss Lucia McLees, the assistant teacher. * Saturday night another commun ity gathering was held. A large crowd was present. Miss Lessie Tiller. the teacher of the Salem adult school, brought over quite a number of her pupils. They all sang songs and played ,mes until ten o'clock. The following, is a List of 'he t)-ar '. ' pt *ji. in th.' l)rm it)ry A T li, a ' rne .Geny. ii Hr.lc(omo') Picknts; Pa lol. umbe, P'icewn: W.'rnie Iv. e wood;,i A lgi' Ow.n!isby, Greenville; si Townfts-m'd. Lib'rty; M\rs. Ph'enie W Vright, G reenrville Neeley Wynn, I asley. HONOR ROLL HOLLY SPRINGS I SCHOOL. Eighth grade-Carri, Dadsan, Ma 2 grtIl-Vrgi Grav.'ey, Mira *r Robert Davis. h~ -ew~art, Nannie Dodson. >* )r i men tion i: A\ rrie Doad n.t '1ar Chas:nttain. Bertha Dodson, Ivy, Ste'wai Foturth tradle-Roy Graviey. lTrd .rva--Bla Gravley, Earn est Dolison, 8'aie Patterson, Stella Patterson. Second gradie-Jamnes Bains, Sadie E'dens, Mattie DodIson. First grade-Clyde Stewart, Earnest Patter son, Del ia Patterson, David Chastain, Enos Edens, Clar ence Stewart, Edhth Stewart. IGood overalls,, not the c heap miade kind, $t.15. Good worki s;hirts; 75c, Bonnan Mercntil Co A HAPPY OCCASION. The beautiful country home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hendrix was at its best on last Sunday. The home, set in a grove of maple and English poplar, had just received a fresh coat of white paint. The wide porch, with its abundant shade, its porch swings and seats and its many potted plants, was a delightful spot. The hall, the parlor and the dining room, "all garnished and sweet," m.de a pretty picture with its deco rations of cut dowers. The lar.ge dwwr garden at the side of the huse was all ag! )W in its beauty ait object of aduirationL to every p .(etr)v. Dahlias, golden glow. cy tass, c. ta:n ard almost all of the r*zm aiinlmg fiower family vied each >ther in fragrance and brilliancy of iues and varigations. This happy occasion was the recep tion given the eldet son, Rudolph Hendrix and his bride, Miss Loree .Jones, of Pickens. Besides the imme -iiate family a number of other guests were present. Among these were the grand parents, Hon. and Mrs. Matthew Hendrix. And dinner was served. No more explanation is needed. The simple statement carries with it its own sig nti'cance and leaves nothing to be !'he des:ervingr ando popular gn w': his brid are receiving con. g atu lations from a wide circle of triends. It is rno gratifying to know that they will make th ir home here. L[TT LE NORMAN STEWART DEAD. On Wednesday morning of August 10th, 1921, -just at 8:00 o'clock, the death angel visited and called for its victim, little Norman, the five-year, old son of Mr. and Mrs. T.. A. Stew art, of Crow Creek section. Little Norman was only sick just a few. days, his suffering was intense for the last few hours of his life, but just before the end came he was per fectly quiet and calm and he called for his little sisters, brothers and also his loving mother to the bed side and sweetly told them he must go over yonder. He said it was a beautiful place over there, then he passed away quietly in that peace. ful sleep from which none ever wake to weep. Little Norman was a manly little fellow and seemed to b the light of the home. I-fe was loved and ad mired by all who knew him, but God loved him best, and he is gathering bu'ts every day.- and he had a place, > beautiful place for little Norman. hx ione t lith with God and all m d : little' playmates ) ' ) hint t) pi tY no Ull isted at the hiome. by R.'v . F. S. Chuldres and Jim Davi4. Interment 'A 1 madle at Keowee church on1 Thlday, 11th The bereaved family have the 1 ympat.hyV of all their frienads andj lo':'d one s. W re told to w'Og w',2chm . w.eep andI rejoic'e with: thoie 'I. r'oic. Thii gil' zmte were unI Anrd an -ai fri m* the other~ .eeomied my !itt! nephl'ew. Nor man h'omo. .J. WiA. Stewamrt. NO CH-ANG~E IN FORD DESIGN.' P. I. Sitton, .Jr., local Ford deal. er, has received the follow'ung lettr from the [Ford Motor Ci.: Our attention has been called to recent newspaper ar ticles to the ef-. ft'et that there is to be a new model Ford r mn the market A ugut fihf te i--h with a change in de.snn to a ;"nttiatm i w~inldshieldl atnd one. man to)). tr we (10 nt ontmt n ''a -himges, andlo there is no foun. 'Jutl)-A) touch rumors, we b v.e nio hesitanmy ini makinig a denial of the HAGOOD SCHOOL HONOR ROLL. First grade: Paul Hudson, usie, Watson, Alice Ree.se, Ethel Ramey, 3 Furman Ramey, Henry Reese. ., s Second grade': Nora An<rirson t Willis Watson, Walter Watson, Ia n Hudson. J Third grade: George Anderson, N Mary Reese. Fourth wrad*: Hoyt Hudson. a Fifth grad Geneva Watson. SINGING CONVENTION. Tie Libeirt:: t.:.:Ip sic:gi. c n- - v sntion il ' m ei." with the c re 3apti- t chur 'l . i'ub-rty '-harch a t. uiberty thir i : iay afternom a 1::0 o'clo lk. ..ery:) )dy invited to conic. All g))d ;ners and ajt)in ing townshi) conv;entioi are in- t vited. t R. C. Robins~on, President. i C. E. Rogers, U Secretary and Treas. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. 1 I am alio-t ac .iny wits end to know just whrere t. begin. In the I irst place I want t) ay I b:'ieve in the enforcemze:t o th* law. Be .iue it f- the ''nders an.i not Ihe law-abiii.g citi-'-ens. :n. se he a I iw unto himself, a;Ii he is not be pmslhld'._l by the law. !)'.I. those il habitually persist in the break O our la s a I t;,, i say it is hi:,h time that we get busy, be cause it is the duty of all men to see that our laws are enforced, and especially during a revival meeting, 1 for during the Wesleyan meeting that just closed last night at Six Mile there was about ten so-called t "young men" (I mean in size), that violated the law by disturbing the t public worship of God. So sad to 1 say, but true, some young people (so called) will be so wicked as to do such a thing. And I feel like it would only be doing them justice if they were punished for this offence. Now, if it were the first time, I could say, as did one of our judges once, "Young men, I give you the second chance," and let them go, unless a worse thing came upon them. Say, I am speaking out of my own ex perience, because I reproved them last year in a meeting at Gap Hill church, and spoke of having them brought in by the rains of justice, a and I have heard of late that our good sheriff, Mr. Roark, went to see some of them. Say, Mr. Sheriff, I would be glad if you would go over to Six Mile and look into this matter for the Methodist preacher, because on the night of July 31st they .broke h out one of the Ford's eyes and pull- t d out the other, anti last night they l broke off the arm of one of the doors and had taken off th .rin xhe el, v t 'o i out the key: w : r>:si i ) it ')n the '10 1,oor " . t 1., t. .l w Ii help u0 in. j.. .- uI' .-.rvices whtih witll g-in - nmy brother law-'3abiding eiu,.'q. I will appreciate youri prtsence and sympathy in this matter becu.. .ny - self and wife wer-e in the Ibi.uni riur lives were etniangtr. ptap) l-, what dI oU o y,.. trier, or nothing-. S&'. ( i ';rnity. - ut I hat,.- sin NOTICE. >)1tc is hor-eby t-iv--c thatV I will 0 apply to the Bank of N%'''Is on Oct. al 1, 19:21, for- the purp> e of asking ip sah ibhank to issue :i: a.r'.v eertiieate S for two shares of s'.:. *)f said bank, the ol certificate ,. dlstr~oyed by dra antd iti num. > -i n een-y. . -- chevious ml ld) for work shirts. boys romnper s c fr. t, t EDUCATIONAL NOTES. Shady Grove school district on laist aturday voted to incr ease their ehool levy to 8 mills, thereby ob. lining the state guarantee for sevn1 ionths school term. This school istrict is to be congratulated upon ris progressive step. The people re wide awake to the advantages of i education and are doing all with. their pow er to give their boys and irls a chance. In the nlear future e:: will build a modern school u which is much needed. and 'to seven tuonths school term bey will be on ain even footinir with K hr rual 11h-> of the county. it s s'holi district. which re oilU: v)oted a dnils bond issue on he r ir-trict. are now at work on eir school house. It is hoped that th' winter sesion the new build 1.( will be comirpleted and ready fur '0?. Pileasant G rove school house which as let some time (uri:ir the past umm, will soon be ready for oc upaincv. This ibuildlinr when con feted will be a credit to any com lunity. Fridiay, July 10th. the patron ) of 'al''stine( schooI <h1.tir -- w-ll h lN l la.s le tirng t r the p)urlpo:& ')tf .it. he;r" .school hout1v. supt. Clay5ton0 aur) ii t give his views on how to n:sh and improve the s,:hool. Di.n er will be served on the ground in iciic style. Ruhamah .school district ha.; also aken a forward step. They have indertaken to build another room to heir present building and this will e ready for use by the fall term of ;chool. Gates school district is probably the most crowded school in the county. A meeting was held on last Friday for the purpose of .discussing he best ways of meeting this diffi ulty. A survey of the district is teing made and it is thought that he present school house will be roved out of the present location. new teacher was put on last week nd another one is needed. Another chool will in all probability he built nd with this improvement Gates rill have a chance to give her boys nd girls, a fair chance with other ural schools of the county. The trustees of Pickens county ave responded in a manly fashion a the new compulsory eluatio)nal 1W. They all seei to re:hii'z the 'd of this law arid han.'a n to or k wia t. Vim. This law.' -al ;, ' 1 he heb ' iaie it hi butsinen. to) .Irt..n au1 'mmcemenu t andi Ii.",, o. g. :x MLE AC'A3EMYl CATA. le-i moo- enuan< a history of1 aacdemyv :idi .ene- around the -".o 5i~rinig shows Up wvell. The~ \l 0i A\cad.'my is an institution f wic h every person in Pickenis >u K y shtul feel proud. A coply r the (Katalogue~ cani b)e scuredi or. p'lica'-ion 'to Prof. V. S. Chibiress, rineilbil of the acaemy;', Si--: Mih .C. WeVi want to thankI~ ouri friends and eighbors for their kmness shown uiring the ilnettss 'uiti death of our ol ing. baby. h t: Eliza Ruth. May ach and ?etry i. be rewarded arei he wishes of Mr. and Mrs. MileS Ivatt. JAMES WADE DEAD. James Wade died at his home near PXckens last Wednesday night and was buried the following day at Grif tin church. The funeral was preach ed by Rev. W. W. Parker. Ie had been in bad health almost a year and hi death, although not urdexpQcted, wa a ;hock to his friends. . Vade ' was born in Greenville :Ounlty Arni w-ni forty-thriee years ()floe in >mth old. Ite was twice n.teri. hw. fir wife being a Miss' ir:.;slidi hi:.Ms wife who sur. viva hit:, was Mist Iass g Allen lie l v '., x hildr1n, as1x' a father and thre' brother;, M\ - o r.r:. I ri ry, .Jerse and Jerry Wade Mr. Wad was a one of rare traits of Character. Ife ha been a de vout mIemiber of the Baptist church for twenty years. He bore his awful sufer:ng with the greatest p;tience, and often sang and prayed. -fie told his friends and relatives that he wa: prUpared to die, and was go I1+, to his home in heaven. COOD MEETING. A. mI'''eeting of gr.'at interest closed 'on hunz iiday afternooni at the First Baptist chorebh in Central. The lre':Whing w-a lon(' by the pastor, ev. 1. A. A mid'rsoni, -td the singing was hald by [Brother Duff Bolding. ,Ihe Ime'tingl ' .; well attended. wl'h10r der"! Tiln,( or te 0idditions to the chureh. 'Tai; wa.:j great, but the great. meeting was in and among the nembnhers of the church. On Friday morning after a .ormoi from Psalms 24-, there were some .30 or 40 who pledged to give God his tenth. The power of the Lord was on us all and one good brother, who had four thousand dollars in the bank, said he was ready to write a check for $400 and give it to the cause of the Lord. It is glorious to tell how great things the Lord has done for us. On Sun day morning Dr. Dill was with us and preached for us both morning and afternoon. The church accept. ed the budget plan for the Baptist Courier. This is the first church to accept the plan in the Piedmont as sociation. May the blessing of the Lord he on these good people. J. A. A. MOUNTAIN SPRINGS REUNION. The annual reunion of the old stu dents of Mountain Springs school will mest at Mountain Springs on Wednesday, Augut 24th. Every old student is requested to be there and the public is invited to be there and enjoy the day together. Come to th , place where we used to chase t('h other roind :mid round and let's frill tain of the rp:irkling waters this . a istv 1fow t I' IIn the beautiful n a. ''(1 w 1d eer n l inl former !.I :' tril rInir ,. )l umen which hl T Smith, Wn-e Rohld in ''ggS~ TgAN .IN " A dided attraction, Bill andl~ alvntues,"CA.TCHf ING( A I'usda&y, Au.g. 2.. A ic ~A IRn" Ji y.eru The A ve1Igng A rrom~. 8thi c'hapitr, - BINGING: Uip 1'/t'f1g-Jiggs Win. S. Hfart in "WO[JVPJ OP TI f R AI L,"' a *'phenhl'J Ifart pic ture. Also Vamtay fair Comedy, "WHEBN G~REEK( MJEE~TS GREE'K." ROYA( : LYNESS," Two re~el West j)a5s Notices, printed on cloth.