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JH W RL MPORTANT HAPPENINGS OF THIS
AND OTHER NATIONS FOR
SEVEN DAYS GIVEN
THE NEWS OF [HE SOUTH
What Is Taking Place to The South.
land Will Be Found In
Dispa Ilii.' (li th' Ile i' ttu plast re.
Port tiat whilie ortlo r" Jliae 1"-' it restored
its 1Kattowvitz star uiir l+i herin'. figh~t.
lag cotta iiiie's Ios'l i 'r Il '(ili'S x11i1 Gvi'
1'; it I: a d L (1 a; trop : pr vu-lli ig till
a tria ie a'nf i 'l' 1 111 1 1 ( 11(1'llt lo ye so
the0 frei4'4, ['itilir~ Lloyd 1iv((.rol'' i'
Te ivrae t (ii. 11041:' 0' is teI44.
('( to (lie liieetiiigl Al 'iit iiil(l t i.' ira
Sir ,ladles ('rang of1 Ihr. !'kvter Uinion.
least poissi hli' ost enitat ion at I e' a:;
It Is kniowni 11 tha t g.'ii(irl Iii
niltuat itiii as altei'e li yii th (. honei
i'iit ll' sl)~ "(1 tt"e11 Iwo ~e, v a n l 0i4 itt
retspr'('t i' viewV po ints oft r11 t t 1" S4ec.
I05ti. t' t WE;" '0 ll. Ilit' r al le idrs
of he warrllin groups far t e o f'':1'r
Th0v e il n liliiviii.' ised to iColi.
cat('goni'itll" h}" Thiv 1" at Ih ii'' a's'
whethlir slit(' will lttl '( l tter tlitill
(1 nld i$.ai tt tied1114' r 1114 ti'''al of VEd ' r'
r('pna t (1115 toi 110^ 14111(1 flolwerts.
t) in lre io Ill(. it't1 "'c ti I i ''' al ll 'l
T'itowns ii 144' i 4I'r, 14 si l rt ;ion o 't
)lt I 1 :i :I 11 I it ts li a i ' ''. 1 '.' fI li ii
41Ii111 o (lii it i t :1a VI e ii' :t'l 1114.'t0(
it('a'i ' tt'rlili.hte 1 t' t 11 r ('hi'hV
a n n ,e A iii ' 3, 1u i N w ~ i ' 1.1115
roto1, Ia n har '10 sueks ii gin iuld (''l
lod. Valued I t. sevrl io tloIl
1inino ''ii the ,~t(il malo h,,
l.ice as frt elashe 1M'1 ull o ;'iic
lulthe Philiirs ha iv'l''iids y dl Ihr'i
A Vgolt' 11(11 andC.Iih trr'tko'l t iii (
'o Int irl eae rs;~l. I lls' 111 1lt of lai)
It t 1 '':, 'i i+, t to t, i .l ,. i ; . +" i
ai '; .nhoi it's1 ha e re=iin'
'4 ts 41' ' '- . 4 ~ 1,4 .es
sit n f 1 lwit; j: ''
ThIe Sl!'t liavl -'i A p,' 445'(i int:
)ioilser United S4II54~ti4t tiga' from (rtl,'
ais( Api :10 due Neiiin e or 1
in ,i iuet' hilt mile4lion 44'llr
conlgted foi the aiik iet il e iii
Nronte Mooeed lwr of a re'~ 414 lfit4
ts fnici wer irinly lled hi
the Reeds' iof then18b tr t wil etlemn
TA totni ofs Vilt1t" liennse
)Ona i o b ird s t iiair' tiiidi' l'( ' ..',tio
Income aund ox. as pri'f te taxes col.
I. ef yNb^rr~t'lef ddt "U'onth Of? Min:11tell' oftf byi more thani
1l39,000.000. tls. boittpat'cl with March
"C last year, it ill aaniined Py the
* tI.*'llt1 i'eve'nmie lit 1i.
1'r(12 p. 'cte for' au: Iili'ltite settle.
'itent of' the slIt1'n ig wige COltrovor.
!y arc' said to be aiinyi hing; but bright.
Ilallnou ()Ii*C'34444 isi iiade aferI a
r( ceill t. Cntifel'c IIOt' enel Secetar'ies
f-tail and~ I [nov.', and44 Iepresentatives
if the "'tI p1 :mg hen :d anIit at iatiship
'Wnters. fi.1' D)avit, l44tv.Q'(', hae not
;vovn til htole.
Invent, awld ex' c ns prVofits taxes col
t: ctecl its he govoti1n ont d tIing March
fell (11 1 4"Y imoi th1an u A1,9.000.000 as
(d0m p I t ' to 1'.'l ar'ch o1 last year.
A In%( Vt:4I ,( i')oi't ts b)Cen llache
by3 the toe nc;ricult ulral commuittee
on1 ( hr t"(',inltttt in provid ing f'or an ini
Vesti:Cation by the coin iiittee Into tlf)
contions 45of the )'lc!, ~rowel's in hr
't'he 'tln It ' 4'c''Ii pay missedl tho
'1)40igt14' hill t': , ' t'Izlijssiot oif
ikonts to :v:of "';(h o t ionalitv i'e:nI
"lon$ il the '! i''' -:r;:t; in 1910. The
trill Is 11 )'Vou; It t)t";;th
Thei l;ItI~ ,,i:te!:f!.'I:'r;!1 judges to
414'Vot(' I i !1' , !,r iilil'. to time (In-.
ti(t of hs. ' s' ha hr ('n 01 tetot(I
't1' 1' :i lull~,'i of lab or' say~s that
*ttilulvi )) 11 ill 4 it' It Liontoltile Induhis
iv li h (1 iit r;',a ;t hird in Md! cli
;0- (,:oljI"( Ott Is) ')'4ttat'3. 'The lex'
c" li.,"~. inlii442L' ini .Marit'tas cont
11;41'(lt to) P''Ilii'i c iv Was 32.2.
lThe 4 ' Il t i14' of lab or says that
4444 4~v ;! it ( 'Xvott'Ic't in ))'larch In
'!aniits antd 2:.; 7t~ cen'( t in woolens,
'Xtl,! 111i fim ' tjt dIown 10.3 in
I in ('o;;1 1 lit) ig.
"Thi g.44''14(1v i411n beQleves that it,
''4401 h" iutad ntissa1le to ititerpre( its
lit ij.'a tic: , to tim repubQlich of Panama
;": + u)' 124il tiil ob11l0)1igation4 to suippor't
444','4;: 144 for adjoin1 ig ter'ritory~ that
.,.i; ( . ; ttctatlo by then' gover4Imnienlt
Ut t'4444 11 o 1miller' what I lie opin"
f", ~ I his /govermn t'l11011iiight ho lia3:
1, 1'" vul Id ity o1' the just 14e of' 4 i,
'4245~ .' 'fi'bs is the I;:)lh"::alic'(. of On
I. 'c441 till iltntitun1 8nc4'u'gIti3 Iiiighi's
:,'ii to (he govoireec';l: (If' I'a'it:na~
'Iout the ti'2ti14f?,'ri41'1 (of P!ied ill 444
of1 ('(1 t (t't'!tolv tot('(i; ;4ii.
,041 aor' jollt it'ot andt t hot' I(':,dI"rs
of the~ l'''!;'stivf' 4('jl~ji,.hiai ;;vut in
Ili 14 ' r:l 41 44 4' ito 've 1(hat t o 1(ta: Iilt!
of tlie ti'('4i'nn() tily144 544pr'(444 cort(4!t
ii the N~ 'wlc''tv ease. A hill wilt h4e
ilil i'14 144 givin4g 'onigreOss (c4iI tlo
.14 ,h nson, I t ra it aind Kenion will go h43.
fore I th people.1 aslking that they In
St lilc Sentatos anidt ('otgresafein to
supor ~1tti 1. leasllo.
'I Reports of !omminttees hearing on
financial rlems l~In ri elation to pub-'
lie policy w~ere read at thle meeting
of the executlveoutlncil of the Amer.
lean flankceis' 'Association In sessionI at
I J efttetnxst N. C.
ThatI set;:ecl liquors have been stolen
'firon prtohibtio lou(ffices Ini St. Louts,
POLITICAL PARTIES AND CANDI.
DA' FS IN GERMANY ARE
d T hat Social Democratic Party
ha F.cjocd an invitation to
Jo in a Coalition Ministry.
'.rospective canidhki-lte 'foi
new <:hinet and the political i ar
are re:;rving deo:ision conern
h .. )" priia !i tary attitud: with re
'o th- .'H "d lti atUiII u! tim 1.
tadt mnlti cH has bj'een elarifilcl.
du'. 1r; of tie majority social..;t
a re stubhornly o0posd to p' r
'Ii: i, atting in the formation of a cabi
It -t;' ,,: a Ipresentativ:'t (!I ilhe
-n i.. 0.. .. . 'I arty anti it i he
i- l' .;Otcial (I moct1 i I a r
t; , e d'. !t( h:: fl' ilip) csei .ide a: ..
1'W!! r chancellor, have detinait rly re
anl nvitation to join n a .Oal
I'."ri Ide I Ebert has, neld conIrern
( .'", th I i "hstag lti tiers hlelmyiniilg
- lr t O coalitiol and thle' mlt
socialist p)arty but has not Iuc-'
dItin entangling the cabintlt
* er 'ipitated by tie ,u11 (den01 re"(
* n of the 'FehreIt1h ministtry.
Judge Rules Him innocent.
*lr ontoryv. A.\.--.ludge li"nry3 1).
I'':40n of the middle Alabama dis
-It n of a pro hibitio en se. htm he
* ) (.00omp ele t order a ver
') It')? gtilt.' in ib': case of a(
br'+ oucht! ti hior(' him! for)1 killingf
r Of I I l a v v.ho 1:al (hit"1 '--r
."' fi'e w'iti:ou tl. al se-mI' h wa rr nt.
rih for iitUor.
Don't Thie'< Terms Fair.
H.e' iir. - Only a few of the Berlin
('uoer omnt On) thlt tete
"t1'11 wic~h the na'io~natist
',;, nla tOrity" socialitl \~ Yo Vot s I
e grncsblief that, ()n(ce the Ituhr11
S - N 1ePhid. the rios)e)('ct of hav
it a e 1enat(d under more favor
ahI. conditions would he slim.
Fire Salute to Napoleon.
Paris.---The guns of the Hotel des
in'validein thundered a salute to Na
poleon Bonaparte exactly to the min
ute that his death occurred at St.
Hioiatna one hundred years ago. This
wa; the closing feature of two days
of ceremonies in honor of the "Little"
Harding Accepts Invitation.
W a'rhington. - President Harding
11as ar :reipted tlie invitation of the al
* u premcue (counell that the United
Iah represented at the meetIig
i hody41 as well as those of tho
- nof ambassadltrors and the
Tear uil Mexilcan Holiday.
-t'I y. -- Obhservanenc of McXI
er to reporIts Irenived
U i(. i'l f'rs ar IIousded
0'0 Worth of Liquor Stolen.
Iille~. Ky.----One huindred -ases
shke, alue d at $5,000, wvere
n from the Dowling dilstillery at
Tlyr-one. Anderson county, according
to( reports reenIvved here.
Submarine Chasers Made Ready.
flthiioro.---Three submarine chas
er~s atluchjed to the Naval Academy
at .\oniapolis are in readiness to sail
for Ilaltimiore to meet any eventuality
''.'t miighit aise fromt the tmino work
ers' strike at this post.
U. S. Cannot Stand Aside.
Paris. *-- Hlief that the United
States could not. stand aside "from
the work of world regenerationi" if the
lengtue of nations covenant wast
dras.tie:.ily amended was expresied
by liene Viviani.
Funeral Base Abandoned.
Chsrhourg, Franco--As a rosnlt of
ordiers receied from Amenrican mil11
tary authorities at Antwverp, the Amer
1(1an frinellI batse here haes boen aban
doed 'Te IeronneilC' haOs been or
dilre-d to Itelgiumt.
1-1nead IbIuIhtr, iIleanor, is fid~r
to lho going into( thi' movies to e
other dlaughiters of titledl famtaies.
8.000O,000 Cases of Typus.
Ne York. --More than 8,000~ 100
eniee of typhus have been reported
in Soviet Rnssia with a mortality as
hirb as 59 per cent in some comnn
Oiilee. :,i a report b~y Dr. Harr'v
Pl.*, f this city, htead of a Jewish
GUARDS THROWN AROUND TOWr
OF KREUZJURG TO GUARD
PEOPLE EXIT1D AND AN6RI
if German Police in Hands of Poleo
Are Shot. Germany Will Retaliate
by Shooting Poli sh Prisoners.
K\reulzhurg, Upr i) Sil esia.-Gehrmnar
reillswelir o ffir:A" have assu mai'd con
trol of the Kruuzbhu'g district; 2,001
army ries have beenl issy.d ant)
gurds thrown botilll the town to de
tell It against a tirea 3te'nd attachl
by Poles wlio arey nitl!iped ill iront of
Rtosenberg. The Polish army is ca
tilmlaltd at 5,000 with se' ial ,core of
The inter-allied offbia: are help
less, the French troop. lving been
withdrawn two days a;go for service
at IRyhnik. The cIIIentni s representas
tives are seven French civilians. a
British major and all Italian civilian,
'T'heir position is rot a pleasant Ole;
the townspeople are highly excited
and are anl.- ry wit he 11reinch for
having withdr.w:I their troops at i
The Polish attitude incensed thc
German leaders, who notified the
inter-allid commission that tle
Germans would hold no conversation
with the rebels and would not agree
to all exchange of prisoners, lmt ii
the Pole:; carried their threats tc
shoot Gerlalin police the (;el'lllm
would be forced to resprisaIs against
Would Amend Emergency Tariff.
Washington--- Ft her consid ration
of the eiergene'v (TIarif hill by the
senate was marledI by the inroduc
tion of two additional alendtllents.
Senator Ashurst, dmilocrat, Arizona,
proposed that the duty of seven cents
a pound on long staple cotton he in
crosed to 20 cents, whilo Senator
Jones. deloc'rat. New Mexico. moved
for a tariff of 15 per cent ad valorem
on all imported hlides.
Short Thousand Officers.
Washington.-Due to legislation by
congress, the navy, by December 31
will be short more than a thousand
officers, said Secretary Denby, whc
mad-) this statement in connectior
with an announcement that he hai
rescinded his order graduating thi
,1922 class at the Naval Academy ii
Wasn't Draft Dodger.
Washington. - Announcement wa
made by the war department that tl
name of Stanley Harrison French, c
Brooklyn. had been relnovedl from thi
draft d1odger dist just iss'ued for tin
district. Fr'enchl reach('ed the rank <
lieutenant commandler in the U.I
High Cost of Transportatlon.
.Washington. -- Tile high cost <
transplorti~ion constitutes "the mo1:
pressing qiuest ion ill tile Unitt
States aIt this moment andif the grea~
est ob'staein in the way (If a retul
to formal rond it ions5 and( the restor'
pl ica n, KansasLTI , drledl'(.
While the Cat's Away.
Now York.-Thlere was a poli1ce p
'ado inl N-w York. As the lueo coal
awaViy tieve' took a $'7,000 auto truc
containing $33,000 wor'th of wooler
'from the front of 404 Fourth avenue
Baptized at Age of 101 Years.
Londlon.-Mrs. Ann Sissons, 101, <
Mansfl~, Nottinghamshire, has jui
been baptized and confirmed bly th
Blishop of Sheffield. Last summiE
she mlade three airplane flights.
"Uncle Jo." Cannon Celebrates.
Washington.--"Uncle Joe'. Cannel
holder of the American record for se:
vice in congress, eelebrated his 85t
birthlday b~y sticking by the job.
Dr. Simon Baruch lii.
New York.-Dr. Simon Biaruch. Si
father of Bernard M. Baruchl, forme
head of the War industrIes bloard, wva
critically ill at his home here. H
was stricken a week ago with a sil
,ere heart attack.
Railroads Are MakIng Upgrade.
Washington. -The rafilroatds ar
slowly making the upgrade
Rleports, whlich will be filed with th
Tnterstat't Commerce commission nexc
vreek, will show an improvement I1
the condition of the railrads.
-Mayer May Form Cabinet.
315sch0 Zetitung sayO, has11 aIked Dr
Wilhelm Mayer, Gelman ambaslsad ro
to Prance, to form a nr'w cabinet. Dr
Mayer asked thlat 11e he given timn4
to consider tile offer.
Ujao lIovies instead of Books.
Now York.--Sub1stitu11 on of mlotiol
pictulres for hlooksl in the nation's ele
mlentalry riehools wiold in twenta
'yearn brta abiout an advancement o
enI c'entuiries in civilization, Thomas
A. JTdlson said.
I MOfNEYFR PAVING
BANK AND COTTON MILL MEN
PLACIE PROPOSITION BEFORE
GAPFNEY TOWN tGOtNCIL.
'PLANS TO BEAUTIFY HIOHAY
I Cherokee: County May Be Depended on
- to Do Its Full Duty in Mattee of
Gaffney.--). C. loss, of the Ameirt
(ran State bank, and D r. W. K. Gunter,
manager of the i'ikautto Mills, of
Gaffney, imde t proposition to the
town council i'ecently that if they
would pave East Joffries street be
tween Liniestone and Petty, that they
would not only pay their jaidvidual
-'hare of the cost of the work. but, that
they would advanco the monl !.- to pay
for the town's share. of course taking
the town's obligation for its share of
Ole work. Thio matter will be acted -
Iloon at the n.'xt m1Ueetilg of the coun
The1( ladies of Gaffney and Blacks
burg are making plans far beautifying
the Nation:- highway from the North
C'aarolina liuL to the Spartanburg line,
ai'd they are anxious to Secure all
r ie help possible in this most laud
able undertaking. The idea is to
phint flowers, trees and shrubs thus
tahlug the road attractive to those
who pass this way. The suggestion
has been made-and has been receiv
-1 . ilt' fia 'or--t hat. fruit trees be
;lanted on the roa1 along wilth flow
('1S and 11rubs. Ch'' rokeO county may
be d.p ai('d upon to do iUs full duty.
Cumbhia.--Ailbert Wilson, negro,
m ho -Li to d.'ath Bryan l;. Butler, a I
Youngiii1 Hill employc. here on the night
of Mn I 20, 1920, in a crowde'd street
car, paiid the death penalty. Butler,
who was accompanied by his wife at
the time of the tragedy. resented an
insult from the negro and knocken
him to the floor of the car. The no
gro shot from a reclining position
and lutler dropped dead at the feet
of his wife.
Greenville. - Organization of the
Women's Carolina (golf association,
comprising clubs of North and South
Carolina, was perfected here at the
opening of the women's spring aig
tation tournament at Sans Souci coun
try club. Mrs. Bernard Cone of
Greensboro .was elected president and
upon Invitation from the Greensboro
Country club, it was deeided to hold
the next annual tournament there.
Columbia.-C. C. Campbell, a promt
6 nent business man of Columbia, said
If that a new republican party for South
e Carolina, composed of the better ele
Lt ment of the white - population of the
af stoto, is in course of formation. Mr.
A. Campbell, who is being urged for. col
lector of Internal revenue, is one of
if Gaffne.-Wh~'ile no officia'l action
it lifting (ioffney's 8unday~ "'hi.: laws'
dI ha .4 been t aken h,: t he lity counill
t. romei of tile C' inut druiig stores oper
n flted Iteir sodO !(nn hiiJf:4lring cei
e. ta in hours" (of th da~uy amiil it. is undle
at0. ic(*5h mui.fs i
Icration is to beu : 41 uprl],ive cremU
sof theiatists priovided. bit ini attd-l
a nec and enthuisiasmi as well.
Gireer-A. R. McClure of Moose
heart, Il1., was in Greer' for' the pur
tpose0 (f organizing a lodge of tihe or
(Ider of Moose. About 100 men . have
r pledgedl themselves to help carry out
the plans andl many more are in line~
who intend to join.
Chester.-W. S. Stevenson, congress.
.man from the fhfth congressional dis
h tri-et,. has accepted the invitation to
speak at the big independence day
celebi'ation to be held at Chester on
r'Child Dies In Automobile,
Newberry-A very distressing inci
edent took place at the home of rMs.
B. M. Dennis in this city. Mr. and
Mrs. Waiter Rasor and Mrs. Hale
Sh~orard of Ninety-Six and her little
son, Hasle, Jr., two and a half years
e old, were on their way to Columbia in
an autoonmbile, and stopped at Mrs.
e 'Dennis' to ask her to go with thenm.
As they were gettig out (of the car
Mr's. Sherard noticed that somnethinig
,was wrong with t1whe bby, andl, look.
ing In Its face, found that It was (lead,
probably of hoeart fa ilurle.
F'armers Meet at Fort Mil.
hFort .\i1li.-About 1 00 fa rmeris of the I
('ommbiuiity gathleredl in the armuoryu
I o hari acn addruess on a gricul titr-al sub
.to by Dr'. N. 1'. Winters, of CIem
i n college, who is an (expIert on Soila
and fortilizers. Dr. Winters Is one
of thle hest known agr'icultuiral speak
- " 'n t he South. and the ar'rangemnent
-'or his ~or't Mill alppf'earan was als
:'aied by Prof.- Marion R. Smith who
has chalrgo, of the agricultural depart
rmn "nt i'The local graded schools. Trhe
farmers expressed themselves as de
E qct r lMay 9th the
Chevroit Motor 'Com.
pany announce a .price
reduction on the lModel
49 Touring C r of
This. Will make
dhe car sell for $750.00
dehivered in Pickens
county. This p r i c e
makes the' Chevrolet
an exceptional bargain,
and if you are thinking
of buying a car you will
not, save anything by
waiting longer, as there
w id be no further price
eduction this year. For
. emonstration or any
turther information, see
Hl. L. Barr, care Barr
Bros., Easley, S. C.
Your last chauice to get furniture
it your own prices. This is the last
veek of the auction sale at E. L. &
l. l lnmiltoi's furnliture store.
Large crowds are attending the
ale and our friends tell us they can
ave more fun at the auction sale
han they can at the base ball game,
,ircus, or the picture show. Bear in
niid, our sales are entertaining as
vell as profitable to the purchaser.
Free prizes given away at each and
avl.i t sle. 'fie griandl prize will be
iven away at the last saic Saturday
E. L. & (I. 1. lainilton,
i'S i t ' :asley, S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN.
On Improved Farms in Pickens,
Dconee and Greenville counties. City
property, Greenville, Easley and
R. E. BRUCE, Pickens, S. C.
Office Over Keowee Bank.
Oil Tanks and Pumps, Air Compress
ors, Compiuting Scales, Show Cases,
Account Registers, Floor Scales, Re
built Cash Registers, Safes, Store
THE HAMILTON SALES CO.
Columbia, S. C.
Do you know
you Can eqiI
The next time
you buy calomel
The purW cd and. refined
calomnel tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain.n
ed aiid improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.