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PICKENS, S. C.
r L1BLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. .SAO a Year invariably In Advance. titered at Pickens, S. C. Postoffice as Sec~ond Class Mai: Matter. GARY HIOTT, Editor and Mgr. d IIAT DOES IT '%FAN TO BE Al CHRISTIAN" Say, pa, wh.at does it mean to be :christian ? ly scn, >h a chrisi.t: rr.eans to ,::low Chri.t an(l t.) do the thinigs le comnmnde i shouhtl be <hone ? It' it w:ritte(n in the alle: . While erus was < a the eart'. i wen boutdeie ged, . , nedthe softhle blind, ,'lurdE ripe ent aise:..te de1:01 t le, and II( s t all who wu d b:; eh1 istians, tllow me. N,4 we cannot cure the el nor Si' the deadu, but We (all elpi the needy, we can be eyes to the lin'd sinners by showing them how fellow .Jesus. If you follow .Jesus *nebody will follow you. So to be a christianl is t,, follow hrist and then someboiy (;:. ( will .dlow your example. Well, pal, are 11 churc(h wr"..hers aristians? I an aft aid not, my son. 'T'hey .ight to be. but I am afraid that -me -o(f them are not tlflowing hrist. Some church mnemlbers get 'unk and the Bible says no drunk (1 call .enter into the kindom of raven. Some church members will At speak to each other and the Bible lys, He that saith he love God d hates his brother, he is a liar id all liars shall have their part. in te lake that burn: with fire and dlingtone. No-'my son, the liar is not a fol iwer of Christ, and is therefore not christian. The Bible says, 'Thou halt not take the name of the Lord 1y God in vain, and yet some of the iureh members swear. when God's ord says, I will not held him q'uilt 'sS that taketh my nanw, 'in vain. Why pa, some of the Sunday :hool teachers swear. A: .- m t iristians ? No, mlly soni, the. can'i I. chris anls and use i;rofan' v. .i-s con .antly. 'niless they ro.at and tin to (icd and leave' off swiearina: ere is no heie for he've! for a iurch member like that. P'a, I heard~ a1 man tt .-( 1! .. mtn"i dIn't have much r)i"\' tr.~ it as weith one hunih.i i ,. : the ilIar. What did h(" r -.- :hat Aly soin, I reeken he. w - t ;ltt a iristiant, a rea'zl chitist imn, wonM: pay is honest decbt,s. Miny utwi men et w'here t hey cant 1 ,, uly' pay icir' debts when.ii they I:mI duie. buti they ate abhle to ''- .wd on ay them theyv are inot Lul .,. mituch ss tlhri.Aiallts, aind a ii :su na, 1) he ain. W~ellI, pa, I heardl a hman .:ay that church mtemuber cheate Ii hia. 111ow ?out that, WVell, tmy soil, thei lhle says a st' hahmnce is an abonlmnat ion in e sight oit the lord. 'Well, 1:a, tell i iV omiethini g miori' lout being a chiristian i. Well, son, I will have to tell you mei othet' time.. I). \V. II. CAN STOP l1Q Olt Sl,1,1.N(; Idge Watkins Says ('hurch 3lemibers Can Prcee:'.t V itlations. In Judge 11. 1I. Watkins' char'ge to' e grand jiury 1f the tedleral .outrt at. ndeirsoni last week. he emiiphansizeid 'at the 22 bills lht w:ta haning the. reman were' all fort viiohttioni thei oh ibitilon act, anti t hat of the 82') stes realdy for trini ot pe ('enlt, weret aide to tihe jury was ve'ry stroi-. lHt id thant til'he peIpi. aie niOw goti rocughl a perliod 'If unri est, oif impa-s1 mee(' with tli'he lawian all re.straint. ichi untrett te world hadl ntever( seen. "'I do not know but that tii un 4t amnong the younige, keople is re eted biy the fact, that (our schoolh miat.uire girlis and beoys in the ro(let' teher's do not inistil lte right ~als, pehapihhs, into thle mindms of their pils. It is like turnuing over the i.einmient of thet famnily to thel baby consider the' childreni whot are. niou ~ding the impor'tant positions m~ .cher's. If theire is one thing that: hi e r girl should be taught while it 'O0I 0or colleg~e, it is self rest-raint 'idience andt respect for law." Judge Watkins also told the jury m-'n that "we may not think the lay te, In general discussion, I find a mn - who .does not, re-onij the us ',r rath r h the air whi. sy 1 has growti eiid ':pie :f the greatest evils the world has ever known. Yet now, because some i:eople thing the national prohibition act an unwise law a restriction of personal liberty, a restriction of the right to get dead drunk, abuse the family, commit crime etc., they are willing to violate it and see it violated cpenly. These same n:en think buying whiskey is respect eble, yet condenn the bootlegger for selling it. 'Th(. buyer of liquor is certainly as had as the seller. I'll cell you I s(e no cure for the situa tion unti! the respectable people stot: eniiura'ir: the sale of liquor. "'If I col-!d go into the: churches of Sun-la: il: 1ning atn' dee every t with his hand raisel am'l tai( - . im ' cw to lauy n' more whis * cnI~ woul be ~);~ ltii.; ans-vnd I !itI' wihl .' the ho- tt'i .'a's. itti i ( m .:il t htn est-i.- a tli e-l t < sta:Hrn m.hi (.yat wche we nal jithe th, . er. o (:rant In . a( al other by which the better class. edu en!te non1.1 shall be "juldged. "io rwould like' to see the presnt lei d}n (1 n its, bl1hic mo(ral 1 checked. Not only in thet vioh'itionl (f laws, but in the payment of (debts. Stome of u: thin': ne(thlingc at ali of our oblig~a t ions, refusringl to mleet them, ever thoriLh it mieans bankruptcy and ruir for the mlan we owe. The tenadecLyl. is tlt irely too Irt'valenit.' lhis i. only a.part of the forceful }ba r-;e (f .Judge. Watkins, and applies in t Only to the Western district, but thlroughout the world at this time. CITAT1'1ION Thie State of South Carolina. County of Pickens. By. N. A. Christ.opher, ESrquire Pro bate Judge. - - : Whereas, Norman 1, Boggs made suit to me- to graih him Letters of Administration of the Estate of and effects of Tiller Gantt, decea- d. These are therefore. to (ii m(d a(: monish all and sinttnlar the kindred and Cre'ditors of the said Tiller Ganti decased,. that they be and appear before me, in the Ciurt of Probate. to be' heid at Piick1in Cotl i. LIouse, S C.. on tihe tth day of De-cembe r 11921. next, :!:tor publiention hereo(f, at I I'clok in ihe fie'lion, to shov causi'. if any they have, why t1.e- sali :\( ini-trati. , 1 d il 1t he goanti-. Giiven arri n'y Hand and -Seas. 1thi. - :(i:t ( . Iy ei N1:vembelr. 11921. ir. t I 1 ! 1'. yeai if0 i iln e:1ndenie. N. . hr tp.r We, the au .tii h-reby proh ibit al per.-.ims from~ hunting. fishi-. 1 uittingi timbhler or' trespa:ssingr in any' mianne-r upon01 (our landi.-. uinder full l-n.dty of th- lawv. Ale.. Emm'a I.al hen. and sons. WJ. . lins Mtrs. Ora ttaulin Gi'.ady Reece D). '\. Nix C. Bl. Nix .J. E. Nix J .. L. Mutrphcee .TJohni Gillespie. J1. D. Stansell * ' G. E. Kennemiore Jr. A. Hunnicutt. Frank tLwis Ei. G. Childre-ss J. C. Stewart. .Jaickson (Ia e!'. W. IP. Dais WV. A. D~avi JI. II. Powerhs D~ave IParirot WV. E. Elteinurg E.X W. Uirazeale I 'IT. A. Hitt B3. E. Hlaynes I ~ Lannie Grant .1. A. Chappell Wilt Cooper i I -2 guaranteed tire' $12.95. Othei size's ini prliortion. H. E'.. Jone.. llAShETS OF" CANDY FORl CHRISTMAS Any amount of candy in large var iety, attra.tively' pack~ed in baskett -. tied with red and green ribbons; mak4 ideal Christmas gifts. Phone ordel >to Mrs. Gary lhlott, phone No. 44, or e to Pickens Drno. COn p.nknia No. R1 Tl(EISP' ASS NOICEt1 We, 'the undersigned, hereby warn all persons not to hunt birds on our land, under the penalty of the law. Charlie Childress T. B. Robinson J. M. Brazeale P. M. Brazeale O. C. Crenshaw J. L. Hunter J. A. II. Townes S. L. Simmons .J. '1'. Massingill W. M. Martin Mr. Ilarper J. 1;. Brazealer Frank B1ra;'eale WV. P'. LI ng R~ub-31y-Tfis;t. antis;eptic and p-il : i!er, f. i in ft"e:d ":re-, te( ir. -pealm., m-( rahm;:., rh uma;'ism. SPECIAL NOTICES Noticecs run11 undler this head at the ra of one cent a wort for first in sertion, one-half cent a word for e. "h suhseq'uent insertion. 'andy nu'le by Mirs. Gary Iott _r ;al(' at ti'e 'icken. Dr'ug' Co. LOST-Sevceral weeks ago between Pie;k'ens anI home of M1rs. John W. Thomas or bt'een Mrs. Thomas' and home of Ben folding:, headlight. rim and glass for Franklin car. Fin e' 'eturI'n to I.angston's Garage and ,'et r"ew1ard. LOST-Female hpund ' pup four months old; head. neck, feet and legs l all white; some black oil ears; 'dark gray hack. Five dollars reward for information leading to recovery. Con nie liughes. Liberty' R:;. - FOl .R E NT-Two-horse farm;. good I f sixit oom house; water and pasture f handy; good barn; near old Twelve I Mile camp ground. T. B. Robertson, - Pickens RS. . b COLLIE PUPS FOR SALE.-See d Irvin Miller, Pickens. (I I __ __ __-- - -- --- - J FOR SALE ait public auction, Dee e'mber 15, at the residence of Mrg. Daily .Jones in Pearidge section, one lot of farming tools too numerous f to niention, 01 2-horse waen. on: mule, l'oddler. .AVCTION SA L.---At ol Warren 1 Edens place. rear I:aac Gravley's Saturday. I )-e.rcber 10, c(rn1, lodder and lots of farmi- tools. tne-horse walen, bugt y ant har11ness. Jaylit Eden.t. ickens I. . t [(OLEN rIa m m~Iy. hmee' oryad, rubber-tie; frmel arsr blac1; spokes red CVI. Readtad Iifr mTIon; . l81din toul evry. Garyo I.OST- -laY uridy boetweyn teg 2 iof H. Wri. ce.ne re tlpr Pe R ner(lae at Reece's barbr sopI i Pisken rrine to11 11 Reeces llc and let riwar. 2t h 1st~)'d rllrbor Michn. ( I WILLBYyorputreg avn multilying onions on Sauda. E. H CrigIaiken ;I 'iPe Re ice i eeb gin ta.w vl Iiil s aT presfcripbtn for Pisekers liand o~ipe I' the myot Teedbv as ooheealra y 111m1 a,.ricatig.. h<an bneerd for letveto untie fall; l setlant o f thel at soma. eaeo 0. r..Joes deeaWd an. otran dis ~hareas Dixctorgefsadesae JoneJ Esq, Jude efPobte or Pckn lMORE S WE PREDICTED early in the of - Merchandise for some time i coming to us at slightly lower Our unprecedented heavy Sh( some sizes, especially in Childr ise us better deliveries after D( at absolutely right prices. Walk-Overs And W< m nit . AN We have recently added to our erowine' girls. Try one ;air of E'very pai. guaranteed. We buy the best at all times FOLG E The home of Walk-( woven hosiery, Carhar Stoves, Chase City bug (lotliiiig, Shoes, COTTON 2. CENTS PER POUND O.' B. Columbia, S. C. in exchang or .tuition. Acet.. . quick. Bowen' usiness Col!.ge, Columbia, S. C. Double Veneered ,Mahogany due caches with music compartment re uced from Twenty dollars'to thirteel rllars. Shipped express prepaid ohn A. Holland. Greenwood, S. C REECE'S GIN will not run on Sat rdays after November 1D. A. G (ecc, ianaCer. VoRt SERVICE.-One. Jersey stocl. V. .1 cash. A. D. Duneau.,. Cen mil route 4. STRAY l) OR STOLEN--Cn ;hit e femal. pup v.ith dim b.au spot n it. Answers to name of Sport in ler pleaSIe notify or return to WN .Nix, box 182, Pickens R 2. F)OR SA JL-International stee Iy. press (on truck. Good as new argtain. Rohert Stewart. Pickens F~O R SERV~\ICE-Thorough bre .2 Pickens. NOTICE-Registeredl Berkshir >a vie.0 or pig. WV. A athewvs, Pickens, S. C. DILL FARM WANTED.-Woul ke to hear from owner of smnal tr'm on river that would sell fo nail cash payment dowvn.' .J. F ayne, No. 11 Hatch St., Brando ill, Greenville, S. C. 4t FOR RENT-One-horse farm with half mile Six Mile Academy; goo< )ring of water; plenty of wvood; good wture good land, can make bale o >ttonI to acre on this farm, gooi lighbors. Lou is Copel, Pickens. 666 ill break a (' '1d, Fever and Gri pp uticker thban anyt hin'g we know, pr< Linting pneumonl~Ii'a. ~. F.lartin. Sam B. Crai reenville, S C P'icke'ns, S Martin, Blythie, Craig & Keith LA.WYER~S P'ickens, South Carolina 'ractice in State and IFederal Court Pickens Office Phone 39 . R. Martin .J. H. Earl ;reenville. S. C. Pickens, S. ( MARTIN & EARLE Attorneys-at- Lawv. Pratice in all Courts. Pickens Offee in Court House. ireenvlie Offee opposite Postoficc Phone 404. G. G. CHRISTOPHIER Attorney-at-Law. Pratice in all Courts. Offee over Pickens Bank. Pickens, S. C. 11iUATMLOWEI fall that we did not think there would I ;o come. 'Our second and third shipment prices than the first shipments early in )e business since September 1st has cau: en's, Misses' and Boy's medium price S! 'eember 1st, and we hope to be ab!e to s( For Men >men. 'pu '(lr Sloe needs no intro to the po(pt)le of this com Te.: t:ua!i: of tlhese Sho es . el. 'he(y 1' come in all the ne:hrs and in many dir'ffrc " :.I:;u, tY ' .: u ) to 0 00 / - "i ( )NE BETTER THAN W.1.\L-OVER FEW AS GOOD alrea(ly large stock of Shoes the 'Ti. -M these Slies for your boy or gir, a:nd of -or nothing. R & IIEND ver and Endicott Johnson shoes b overalls, New Home Sewing ,gies. halts and Gents' Ftrnishinigi ( Call -for Pictorial Review Patterns. Alexander Pickens, Program During the TEACHERS INS Saturday, December Wednesday an "The Keowee 1 reeks of motic which was stan I /yule, Novci TheII pihture, those who raw.; the' set forth in splend(lid style the . andti history as portrayed in the pae z'ab!e. they say. He ..ure and see this picture fo A D MISSION N Friday, De( Pauline Fr< "Madan Untieniably the greatest picture o ft PuieFrederick brings to 'the a-r sur~erb portrayail of a pathetic fiw.'r e. wet e'yes and quivering lips s. 'r is sort m' 1~~ narti ve t hat will ar 1ii. ISiOns oft tle. -preI(vSe~l by~ its (l'ep Pund( erl..i. t,.m The1 greatest (emotionlal Drama& i S Saturday, De Mary Pie -IN "HOOD Unquestionably Mary Pickford's g rca ten Mary Pickfordls in this picture t~fat The picture 4 L A U( t PRICES. )e an advance in: prices on any line ;s of Fall and Winter Sho are the fall. ed us to be temporarily short on Es. However, the factories prom ipply your needs in all sizes, and a - - ! ,S:..:e for children, boys and wilnever buy any other make. RICKS Stetson hats, Inter- , Machines, Iron King Dods a Specialty IJheatre S. C. TUTE, Thursday, Friday, and 8, 9, and 10. I Thursday, ail" in three n pictures, yed in Green nher 11. * -tate. areC exceptionially Lgoodn andl :' 'ate-:eeand! other tirad.t ions I iundreds of faices' are recwogi ray recognize yourself, in it. AND 35c. ember 9, derick io yeari.--Motion Picture News.. n in the roll of MADAME X a You will follow her life story with to lor'fect r'eal ism. But it is the it is bilt upon the elemental pas W.e kniow that y.ou wvJ re-in cember 10 ford - ~e~t character iro. You will see you have never sten before. rda 1000 .H S