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Mr. Tomnie Welborn spent last
Thursday in Easley on business.
Rev. F. T. Cox filled his regular
appointment at Norris last Sabbath.
Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Waldon
Christopher, January 17, 4 fine boy.
Mrs. J. T. Taylor has been visiting
her children in Easley for several
Mr. ad Mrs. Gossett of Atlanta
spent last '1'hursday in Pickens on
Mr. John Gravley, from Texas, is
visiting his aged father, Mr. L. B.
Mrs. Clarence King of Easley visit
ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Taylor, last Week.
Mrs. H. E. Russell and Mrs. Maude
Higgins of Easley visited Mrs. John
}Boggs and family.
Col, Frank Mauldin and his brother
Dr. 0. Mauldin of Greenville were
here last Sunday.
Miss Grace Matthews went to hear
Rev. Billy Sudity preach in Spartan
burg last SudMay.
Mrs. .1. 1'. 1'arcy, .ir., and daughter
Catherine left Monday for a few
weeks stay in Ilorida.
Miss Mae Keith', daughter of Mr.
Bob Keith of Oolenoy, is visiting her
brother in Rosna n.
Mrs. If. A. Neely at the very earliest
possible time so that they may be sent
to Columbia to the legislature.
Miss Mary Morris is enthusiastic
in her praises of Hilly Sunday after
he~aring him in Spartanhurg Last
Messer's Iomer and Toomer Thomp
son of Charlotte splent the week-endl
with their mother, Mrs. .1. 1'. O.
The W ownm's missionary society of
the Presbyterian church held a ver'
important meeting with Msrs. A. M
Morris last Monsdasy.
Mr. Jas. l'indley of Liberty had th
misfortune to lose his l'arn, one mult
two tows and a lot of feedstuff b:
fire last Sunday night.
Frank .1 enniings, of Denver, Colo
rad~o, is visiting his parents, Mr. anm
r. J. (C. Jennings, in Pickens. Frani
ix a railIroad enginecer.
The right. hand of church fellowv
ship wvill be extended to any w~ho maiut
desire it at the Pickens Baptist churel
ne(xt Sunday morning.
Mr. S. TI. G;ibsons the genial se.'tioi
bsoss of th PwIickenss rail road, is bacl
on his jobi asfter' having been laid ul
by sickniessx form several (lays.
Jeasnnet te Davis, the three year' ok
chlildI of Mr. andi M's. E. A. Davis
who have. ~roosx in) the house of
Chief Neely, is quite ill, having wvhoop
ing tough and chicken pox.
An associait inal con fereenee fom
Sunday school superintendents wvill b1
heldi with the Il'ickens Mviill church or
Jaiary 21, her'ginnsing at 10:30 a. ms
All s' srintendent('s anSiid aissociat ionsal
w'orkers i nvted to attend.
Lewis' Cherry, Pine and T4
Lewis' Liver Laxers, 25c.
Now how about Lewis'
chapped hands. Your neigi
Good for 10c at our store on a
KEOWIEE PHA'RM ACY:
R. E. Lewis. '1-23-22
D. A. R. MEIgiFIJG.
The first 1922 meeting of the Ft.
Prince George chapter D. A. R. was
held with Miss Frances Bruce on
Tuesday afternoon of last week. It
was a most interesting meeting as !It
was the first one held sihce the D. A.
R. state convention was held in Char
leston. The report given of this con
yention by Mrs. T. J. Mauldin, who,
attended it, was very instructive. She
knows Just how to make a report that
wray. The contfrence was held in the
old Exchange building, with the Re
bedca Mot' O1 apter in charge.
This was the first receptien held
in this building since the days of
George Washington, and it was un
The conference was animated and
instructive all the way through, and
the most interesting feature of it to
us was the good reports from Ta
Mesdames A. L. Johnson and Bessie
Smith from Liberty, Jno. Carey from
Seneca and Miss Emily Robinson from
Easley were out-of-town members
Mrs. John Carey charmed her
hearers by her rendition of a violin
solo, as did Miss Mildred Cox by her
singing. Miss Bruce served delight
ful refreshments at the close of this
U. 1). C. MEETING
The .January meeting of the Piekens
U. D. C. was held at the home. of
Mrs. Frank McFall on last Friday.
Mrs. 'T. J. Mauldin gave a very
clear, concise report of the U. D. C.
state convention which was held at
Ratesburg in December and which she
attended. One other of the members
of this 'Chapter attended, Mrs. hal
lentine, who lives very near to the
place of meeting.
Mrs. Mauldin told the chapter about
the great improvements that have
been made at the old soldiers home in
Columbia and about how well these
old men are cared for. The legisla
ture appropriated $35,000 for this
cause at the instigation of the women,
The ,Jefferson Davis monument is
completed and the financial conditior
of the entire U. D. C. is good. Ther
is a chapter in Paris, France, and on
in Pekin, China. The work is a grea
one and many good things are being
accomplished through it..
A paper written by Mrs. Fran
Mc~all on New Orlenas was reed an
throughly enjoyed. Hot coffee an
sandviches were served and made
3 most fitting close for the afternoon
AT TWELVE MILE SCHOOL.
-lTher'o will be a meeting at the nea
i Twelve Mile school hiouse' nesxt MIoil
dlay a fternoon, January' 2:3, at :1:3
o'clock to organize ani imiportant ias
sociation. Ev'ery paItron resuested t
The new school building for Twvelv
Mile wvill be compUlleted this wveek an
sc~hool will be taught inl it for th
first time next Monday.
I hav~e purchlaised the WV. I. Mille
Meat Mar'ket tand, will deal in Fane
and Staple G rot' ries.
lFresh Mieats, G'reen anid Dry' llide:
Chtickens, Eggs and Produce. Gc
our prices before you huy or' sel
Give us a chance to showv you w"
D. Reese, Central, S. C
ir Cough Syrup, 25 and 50<
Makes a bad cold be good.
White Salve for sores arid
bor says it's the best ever.
Just to see if you read our ad
andl want to sav'e 'uoney cut out th
couponI and bring it, to our stot'e any
time you need anything in Drugs.
Coupon good-ild~Ian..23, 1022.
THE WORLD OVER
IMPORTANT HAPPENINGS OF THIS
AND OTHER NATIONS FOR
SEVEN DAYS GIVEN
THE NEWS. OF THE SOUTH
What Is Taking Place In The South.
'and Will Be Found In
Terribly mangled by the premature
explosion of dynam~te Olaf Peterson,
a farmer of Ramnaes, dragged himself
400 yards and drowned himself to end
While Lieutenant J. M. Robb was
piloting a military machine across the
English channel, the machine fell onto
its tail. Lieutenant Robb was rescued
bj a boatman.
The kings' proclamation of amnesty,
announcement of the departure of the
auxiliaries and the resolution of the
'Sinn Fein executive council to sum
mon'an extraordinary convention soon,
to decide upon the future of the or
ganization and its policy, after iCamon
De Valera had predicted a split in the
organization, were the chief develop
ments in the Irish situation.
President Millerand recently accept
ed the resignation of Premier Briand
and his entire cabinet and indicated
he would not ask anyone to form a
now ministry. Minister of War Bar
thou and former President Poincare
were mentioned prominently in par
liamentatry lobbies as likely candi
dates for- the task of forming a new
. Marquis Okuma, former premier of
Japan, died recently at Tokio. He was
field marshal in the Russo-Japanese
The Irish dail eireann defeated de
Valera for the presidency of the Irish
Republic. It is now thought that the
net step of the eireann will be to aid
in making a stable government for
the "Free Stae."
The volcano Ometepe, on the Is
land of Ometepe, eight miles from
the western shore of Lake Nicaragua,
is in active eruption. Many thousands
of coda plants have been destroyed,
large areas of grazing lands are cov
ered with ashes, and tiany cattle are
The supreme council at Cannes re
cently examined the situation created
by the departure of the French dele
gation and ruled that decisiond on
which a complete agreement had been
a reached become operative, especially
s that regarding the Genoa conference,
for which Premier Bonomi, of Italy,
was charged to issue invitations.
Thomas S. Ryan, a newspaperman,
at Paris, has been arres-tedl chargedi
with attempting to murder his wife,
formerly Miss Audrey Creighton, of
-California, by forcing her, to swallow
Sbechlor-ide of mercury tabtlets on a
- throat he otherwise would kill him
'rThe Irish politcal prisoner-s in
o Londlon, England jails - lirixton,
rwere r'eleased recently under the
amnesty proclamation issued by K~ing
George recently. lnstructions 'were
s'ent to the provisional jails for aim.
. iar releases.
The British government has given
its assutrance to Indlian officials, at
C'alcutta, India, that "conscientionug
objectors" wvho sought to evadle war
service will not be allowegl to con
r pete at .future examinations for In
dian civil service p)ositions.
TeFench government has ap
ptroachiedi Her~my Ford b~y cabtle asking
if her would consider the putrchtase of
battleships. in r nnonneing the re
quemst herec Mr. Pord said he hatd re
pliedl than umless he could1( buy the
entire French navy he wVouIld not be
interested in .tih lots. No answer had
beenj receivedl, he said.
Senaitor Tlrmuana ii. Newherry,
M ihigana, given htis scat in t he sentate
b~y aL vote of -it to 41, dIeclared Ihe
wiouIld not resign. lieports~ have been
currenit that the sen3tatotr would r~e
tiro. if vindieated by the senate of
(chargea of pe(rs:onal knowledge of ex
cossiv ut tse of mtonley itn his campannign
against Ilienry lFord.
The tmost encouraging teatuare of the
busihess situation) at t he opening of
the new year is that a positive foun
dastion has a pparently beent esta blish
84d upon) whtich to butildl banking and
business deovelopmet dluring 1922, th~e
fedetral reserve board declared in it~s
m~ontthly bulletin for 'January.
The resignation of Aristide Briand
as ptremier of lFrance was received
with almost bombshell effect in arms
conference circles, the action being
consideredl likely to have great effect
on decisions already reachedi or' about
to be reacheod.
Qrg~niaation of a local chaptert of.
the. Ki.'Khex Klan itn -the nationt's eg
ital has been .started with the initia
tion of ythree tmenmbers at a ceremony
in Jlpok COpeek Park, attended~ by MI
-the ftfsul~ar of the order.
Ditreqt Inegotiallons between the
Chitif#4 ahd Japanese delegationa on.
the Shantuntg railroatd question, re
su1~qt at thte sutggestion of Secretary
-Hughes, have resulted in an agree
ment on 9n of the collateral .issues,
nanloly. thte withdrawal. of Japanese
troops from the raih'oad and from the
leasShn~ ta ei-fain-Wmi.
X i 1 Millerabd, .e France; has
dirctedt. M. Sart )ietd of the
french delegatin N tinue in that
capacity, until thee of- .the - Wash
1iagtQal Conference. . Igggt@n. to
:his effect were received rieently in
t cablegram from M. Briand, retiring
?renoh premier, who continues under
'renoh procedure to exercise the func
)ns of his office until his successor
-akes up his duties.
Secretary of Agriculture Wallace is
considering a tentative draft of rules
and regulations for administration' of
the federal highway act, under which
$75,000,000 is maid available for con
struction of federal aid roads.
Senator Truman H. Newberry will
retain his place in the United States
senate. This was determined, when
the senate, by a vote of 41 to 46, dis
missed the contest of Henry Ford, and
deglared that Newberry was duly elect
ed and is entitled to his seat.
Henry Ford,.who is in Washington
for a conference with Secretary of
War Weeks bn the Myscle Shoals ni
trate project, announced a reduction
in the price of Pord automobiles.
Nearly a dozen witnesses all from
Virginia, broke about even in num
bers in testifying for and against
Heirome L. Opie, of Staunton, Va.. be
fore the senate committee investigat.
ing charges that American soldiers
had been hanged without trial in
George Wharton Pepper took the
oath recently as United States sena
tor from Pennsylvania, succeeding the
ltiteg Sehator Boles Penrose.
Sales of scores of tracts owned by
the war department and the consol.
idation of a number of army activities
are recommended by a house subcom
mittee which, after months of investi
gation into the advisability on dispos
ing of war department property made
public its report recently.
The state recently had left, four
peremptory challenges and the de
fense ten for use in continuing selec
tions of a jury in superior court open
ed in the second trial of Roscoe C.
("Fatty") Arbuckle, charged with
manslaughter, growing out of the
death at San Francisco, Cal., o' bliss
Virginia Rappe, motion picture act
ress. When court adjourned recently
eleven jurors had teen passed tem
porarily and only eleven persons re
mainod in the briginal empanelment.
The leaking transport Crooke, with
900 men of the army of occupation
aboard, is in no danger, will reach I
New York soon, it was said at the
transport service office recently.
The first snow of the sedson fell in
The 'lower house of the legislature,
at Jabkson, Miss., passer the Sherard
bill, providing for a compulsory course
of moral training in the public schools,
based on the Mosaic ten ~1ommand
Dallas county deupties arrested
Frank Powell, a negro, recently in
connection with the' killing of Ander
son Mixon, another negro. Powell is
in jail at Selma, Ala.
A merger has been completed at
Cincinnati, Ohio, of the Hagenbeck
Wajiaco, Sells-Floto, Howe's Great
Lod'dhon and John Robinson circus or
ganizations, It was announced at Peru,
San Francisco was awarded the 1922
convention oft the American Bar asso
clation by the executive committee
or that orga'nization: in session at
A. L. Rowe, f'or more thtan half a
centur-y idientified with Memphis newsa
papers as a writer andl publisher, died
at his home at Memphis, Tenn..
The modern girl is not quite as
much of a "flapper'' in the south as
she is in other see'tlons of the co:mu
try, Dr-. Valeia Hi. Parker-, my. Was.h
ington stated recently.
AMrs.'-Emily (Grayy, 91 years old. has
left hter home in the Bee Tree section,
Asheville, S. C., anid is on the way to
Tiexas, wher- sihe expects to grc-w up
with the country.
C. M. Hiovey, assistant maina:;er of
he Nashville ladulstiatl corplonat Ben,
rnt,itly purlichasedl the 'riTemA~ee
Centt r-al railronad a t t he upset p~r' :e of
a tmilliotn and a half dollels.
For-d l-stes. findling his wife in e.am
iaany- withi anothe mi-tan n the ;streets
of Iliot Sprlags, Ark., sh~ot her-. Shle
may dIle. Th'le mian withi her; was
wounided, andil a blyst anidor shot (it th0
. Trhe Southeron Kansas "r ump'' ttin
et-s' strnike hats b)eencalledl off in an
otrder- issittd by Alexandert f lowai, w ho
hats as3kedl thle men~i to recturni to work.
Ge'orge Whiartoni Pepper uf J'hiia
dtelph ia has been a ppoinited Unit ed
States senator fr-om P'ennsy-lva. to
sut(cceed ioisce Penr'ose, deceased.
Ralph Cuilvei- Bennett, doctor of
civil laws, doctor of laws, bachelor of
art, and pr-esidont of the Metrop~olitain
Col~pge of ;-Law, at Dover, Del.. quail
fied as1 a full-fledged absent-miindied
professor when he was arraigned in
Washitgton Height police cour-t on a
charge of assault.
Lottit Pickfordl, motion pictur-e ao
tress, sister or Mary Pic-kford, bee-ane
the bride of Alan Forost at Los An
gelec a few (lays, since.4
'oger ),' Eastlake, acqulittedl ont a
charge ''of ..turdering his vWife; at Col
onial Beach, Va., will be used as. a
star witness against Miss Sarah B.
Knox, ,who stands indicted for the
crime, when she comies up for trial.
The I1ow-Jones news agency announ
cos a cut in the price of Hupmobile4
car-s r'anging from $215 to $285 each.
Rtipo chet-ries, cotton bloomlP and
morning glory blosstomls reported out
of season last mionthi, can'.Iou
cand:' t' tile record of ni1ce !liLz waiter
-.(%l~1s1.liAt.4wn'ned tripe on v '(ro-r its
Greenvill10 county, s. C.
Notices tuir itmdet: tbhi ead 'at' the
rate of one cent a' wtd for first in
Bertion, one-half cent a word 'for
each subsequent insertion. No notice
accepted for less than 24 first time.
I have again taken charge of the
Blacksmith shop at the Hughes Bros.
old stand and will be ready to give
you prompt service in horse shoeing,
rubber tire work, buggies, wagon and
carriage repairing at lower prices.
Will also pay you good price for
corn and peas taken on blacksmitl
work. J. Luther Hughes.
Stray pig came to my place Sunday,
Jan. 8, Owner may get same by pay
ing for this ad and a little care. T.
N; Durham, Pickens R. 3.
FARM WAITED-Wanted to hear
from owner of a farm .for sale, give
lowest price, and full, particulars. L.
Jones. Box 551, Olney, Ill.
FOR SALE-House and lot in the
city of Easley. All conveniences. Will
sell for cash or good paper. Apply
at The Sentinel. office or Mrs. W. O.
Hester, Easley, S. C.
FOR RENT-McCombs place near
Pickens; two-horse crop.., For furth
er information see or write W. F.
Masters, No. 6 Pettee street, Brandon
Mill, Greenville, S. C. 3t
CORN MILL FOR SALE.-Includ
ing mill, crusher, sheller, scales, en
gine, belts, shafting, pulleys, etc,
Complete outfit in good condition,
Guy _McFall, Picke.
ROLL TOP DESK WANTED-Must
be in good condition. Apply The Sen
FOR RENT a good one horse crop
FOR SALE-Good house and loi
in Pickens. See Sam B. Craig or E
H. Craig, Pickens.
New Garage at Norris.-I hav
opened a new and first class garage
at Norris and carry a full line of ac
cessories. Work done by exper
mechanica at reasonable rates. Al
work guaran..eeC'. L. C. . Garrett
WANTED--To do your Electrica
work. A complete stock of fixture.
carried in stock. House wiring i
suecialty. Walter Hester, at Th<
Sentinel office, phone 2.7.
boaj; service $5.00 or pig. W. A
Mathewvs, Pickens, S. C.
desires once more to call attention
.to VIM-O-GEN Yeast Tablets~and
back guaratee edti em -
Bear in mind that it contains all
three of the precious vitaminee.
Authorities state t3at a day's treat
menti slittle tablets) is theequiva
lent thre caks ofbaker's yeast.
Besides, VIM-0-GEN Yeast con
e tains iron and other body-building
and tonic properties.
It is an accepted scientific fact
that the vitamines are essential to
hnman life, health and strength;
NE W F
Touring Car --
Truck Chasis -
Starter $70 Extras De
Thea are the lowest
the history of the Ford IV
Orders are coming
promptly to insure early
[ ATS -H t LA~
.ats .are the tinLahing touch to the
costynme, and they make or ar its
success. Thet is a hat for every
face. one that will enhance its good
points and be kind to- its faults. Three
widely different models for fall and
winter, as shown above, reveal that
beads and embroidery are playing lead.
Ing parts in trimmings and that shagss
are soft and -becoming..
Rub-My-Tism, antiseptic and pain
killer, fur infected sores, te'ter
.praina, nesnralgia, rheumatism. ,
3 313 11 111 111111$
Here a ycur cprtlinity to fn:urc
_ against embarrast: ejt:: ors in cpeljn ,
I pronunciation c.1 no:: cho cc of
ti wordu. Know the c1 :. cfpuzzling
- war terms. Incre se your cdincienc ,
which vesults in pw c: cnd tucccc.
DICTIONARY in an al!-tnow-.
$ing.toache , a uii ve'.i.qu..tic i
a nsflwercr, made to ncet your
niecds. T-t is i:t dzi!y us by
h1undreda of tolusprid: c.i Guc- ?..
. cdful en and wo'nen t':o wrlid cvcr,
400.000 Words. 2730 Pager. 60O0 I
u3 Istrat lona. 13,C Elogra . ticntIln
!, trL.3. 30,000 Goraphica 'U :.ects.
SCitND P~uaa, (ilheet A wrd)
-:I I'ann:a-17a eae 'I pcaition.
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SW ITiTI let)c Pnes. --:
+uclet R-A0 ii u v un amc .tisinupas,.cr. E
f & C. IEI RAIYi C0,
.1 Springfeld, Masw., U.S. A.
that they are the food elemeria
generallylost through staleness and
cooking, lhich make you weigh
what you should, -give you a clear
skin and rosy complexion, and
furnish the strength and vitality
and vigor which mean perfect
Give VIM-O-GEN Ycast Tablete
a trial. It will do what it clainis.
Your money Iback if it doesn't.
Insist on VIM-O-GEN Yeast
Look for~ the Whit, and Blue
package and beware of inf erior
Ssubtitutes and imitations.
Detroit A YIvered in
mountable Rims $25 Extra
prices of Ford; cars in
in fastso pliace yours