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01.40 a year Invariably In Advane,.
Vnterod as Tickens, S. C. Postoflce as
,Seond Class Mal: Matter.
GARY 1HIOTT, Editor and Mgr.
He owned a handsome touring car,
To ride in it was heaven,
He ran access a piece of giass,
He took his friends out for a ride,
'Twas good to be alive.
'The carburetor sprang a lea!:,
lie started on a little tour,
The finest sort of fun,
1 stopped too quick and stripped his
He took is wife do wntown to shop,
To save (areflte was great.
IIe jamrd into a hitching post,
lie spent his little pile of cash,
And then in anguih cried;
"ill put a mortgage on the house
And just take one more ride."
TO CORRIES'()N IdNITS
We have stated probably a hun
dred times that we cannot publish
an article of any ki.d in The Senti
nel unlers we know who the 'uthor
is, yet every week we receive letters
for ublication with nothing to tell
us who wrote them. Unsigned let
ters go to the waste basket.
We will not publish a correspon
dent's name if requeste(I not to do
so, but 'I'he Oentinel must know who
sncds ii < v( ry article we publish.
HEV. 1B. P. MITCHELL POUNDED
When the, good brethren of Secona
church learned that I wanted to move
to Pickens they sent wagons enough
to move all I had in one day. After
three weeks I begin to feel at home.
I have served Secona churcli for one
var and I have found them very kind
i to their pastor. I feel that
heil midst I can become
nted with them alnd be
ire good thereby.
r ago I heard a wagon
und in the back yard.
I got out to :ee what
i the driver was be'in
ad li.. wagon without
- at all. Various things
on the back porch. Very
g c' rolled up, and (lid
.y. In a f.ew mninutes,
I car came up, then later
led frm end to enl.
>ressedI to explazin their
aid thait tthey were from
chulrch an :1 hadl decided!
their pastor. WVell, I
no mistake in submit
lanms, for when every
de on tables and in the
:ed real good. I need
letail, but the p~antrY
-el1 orderIed one to me.
I'Aven old Johni, my "wvintecr time Ford,
was not forgotten. I feel very un
worthy of this, but I certainly appre
ciate it, may the Lord bless and pros
per the givers. While I have pen
in hand -let me say that I have fallen
in love with Picekens. Hecr peopie are
exceedingly kind. Really Pickens may
be defined as "Compreihensive" and
"O It this deofinitioni is not
* es, when I have more
B. P. Mit-:hell.
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Got a $16.00 Dictionary for your
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TAKEN FROM RUINS
LITTLE CHURCH THROWN OPEN
AND USED AS FIRST AID
Graphic Description of the Pitiful
Scene of Mangled Dead and Living
Is Given by Eye WItnes*.
Washington.-Recovered from the
wreck and horror of the ruined Knick
erbockor theater, a pitiful stream of
uangled bodies, dead and living, flow.
d all Saturday night and Sunday into
,ie lower rooms of a Christian Sct
mce church a few hundred yards
away. At the first word of the disas
er, the place was thrown open to
hose stricken folk and the hundreds
)f others who came to search for their
lead or injured.
And as the full weight of the losses
became known, the dead monopolized
the space, crowding the injured in the
It was merely a first aid station for
those taken crushed, but alive from
the wreckage. They were carried on
stretchers over the slippery pavement
with lines of soldiers keeping the
:rowd far back.
Doctors and nurses and women
)ager to bring their sympathy and
sheer to the suffering or bereaved
nvaited in the church. They tenderly
washed away the giay dust of the
,rumpled concrete, the grime and
caked Jtloud, blackened sometimes by
hours df waiting pinned under the de
bris until thesrescuers cut the victim
loose. ' Bandages were applied and
the injured. wer'; whisked away to
hospital or home.
But the dead lay long in double
rows in which they stretched across
the floor, lay until t tearful relative or
friend, a husband or wife or father ot
mother, recognized the crushed form
at last. 'Up and down these aisles of
the dead walked those whose fearf
had drawn them here because of som
one missing In the family circle.
Women already weeping in car
tainty of what they must find sooner
or later beneath the kindly blanket
that shielded the sleepers made the
journey of sorrow many times befor
they found what they sought.
Alen with working faces leaned t<
draw back the coverings and them
gasped with short lived reliof as the
moved on to the next huddled form.
Some of these seekers came witl
the dirt and grime of the wreckag
upon them still. Some had passe
through the crash of roof and balcon
only to leave a dear one dead in th
They had worked hours with th
rescuers to l'nd that one, only to re
turn now and then for a hurried tril
to the chamber of death.
Eleven Husbards and Wives.
Eleven times death struck dowi
husband and wife, side by side. The:
died as they had sat to see the swif
picturing of the film.
lut many other times it was onl:
the wife or husband wvho perishe<
and the survivor must miake the ter
rlblo pilgrimage of recognition in th<
grim chamber of the dead.
The times wvhen children were taker
wore sparingly few.
Usually the big theater has been ir
its earlier hours of a Satuirday nighl
the gathering place of a host of young
sters wvho come with their parents fo
the weoek's amusement. But the
storm that wrecked the Knickerb~ocke
kept most of the little folk at hem'
Up the long path, trodden througl
heavy snow, ihat ran from the in
promptui morgue to the Knickerbocket
struggled the stretcher squads, arm;
and navy men chiefly. Commissione<
ofticers of the military services hell
the doors of the church entrance, ani
with exquisite gentleness and sympn
they sifted out those w~ho sought thel
d -ad from others dIrawn by morbi
Above all there was quietness at th
church in spite of the urgent au
never' ceasing activity. Of the loser
In the Knickerb~ockor disaster, neithe
the physically hurt nor the bereave<
gave voice to their suffering,, and I
was the testimony of the first wh<
reached the theater that the outer;
there in the ruins wa~s little and so00
DIed In Ruins.
Some of the victimis were allv<
when the rescue work begun. but died
before the saving hands could reacl
thorm. One girl child pinned unde
a beam died with both hands I1
those of an army officer who wa:
thoso of an army officer who wan di
rectin her releagse. -One man, pir
ned beside1 his dead wife wvas free
from palin with hypodermic needle
arnd survived the long night to a sat
A moment after the crash, F'athec
John Floerch, priest of a nearb:
church, entered the ruined thoater
Knee (d0e1 in the snew that coveret
all for the benefit of the (dyin,
iroundi him, he gave general all
colution and the tinal rites of the
church to the dying. Then ho helpo<
In the rescue wvork.
Notable wans the speed of the Re.
Cross organization, whose local. chat
fers forced their wvay to the theate
site across the city whose transpor
tation lines had boen paralyzed by th
snow, andI set up canteons for the
workers, 'nospital facilities for th'
woutaded, ambulances for the deai
and and the injured who had to reacd
Notices run under this head atth<
rate of one cent a word for first .in,
sortlon, one-half cent a word foi
each subsequent insertion. No notic<
accepted for less than 25c first time
FOR SALE-Fresh milk cows. Rob
ert C. Baker. It
COAL.-I will have a car of thai
good Jellico block coal this week. $t
a ton delivered. J. E. Boggs at Pi,
A big reduction has been made ir
price of Fordson tractor. See H. P
For Sale-One new 1922 Ford Tour,
ing Car with starter and Shock ab
sorbers avd demountable, rims foi
$450.00. Ofes Rackley, Cateechee, S
FOR RENT-Either a one-horse o:
two-horse crop; I will furnish stocl
or tenant may furnish it. Robert H
Welborn, Pickens R3, phone 2303.
FOR SALE-Good hardwood oal
flooring, 5-8 at $7.50 per hundred
13-10 at $8.50 per hundred. J. A
S'TRAYED-Black male shoal
weight 37 lbs. Last seen near Tabo
church. Reward. W. B. Couch, Lib
erty, Route 4. ltpd.
FOR SALE-A good Essex Road
ster, or I might exchange for somc
thing suitable. Machinery is in goo
shape, all other parts in good condi
tion. See Dr. E. W. Griffin or L. L
Day at Central, S. C. 3t
I will deliver water ground cori
meal and cracked Corn for chicken
at $1. 00 per bushel every Saturda:
afternoon in Pickens and Picken
Mill village; cash on delivery. Leav
orders at J. M. Reece's barber shol
Pickens. A. G. Reece.
NOTICE.-We have 75 tons of col
tcn seed meal that we will exchanR
3 pound for pound for cotton sea
delivered on cars at Norris, S. C
beginning Monday morning, Feb. 6tl
and Continuing through the week, prI
vided the meal lasts that long. :.
will have a man at Norris to make t1
1 exchangc. Six Mile, Gin Co., J. i
I have bought the McFall co:
mill in Pickens and will orerate
at the same stand next door to Ti
Sentinel office. All my old cust
mers are especially invited to con
to mo when they need anything
my line. You know what kind
:meal I grind. Headquarters for n
dray line are also at the mill. A.
I have again taken charge of t
-Blacksmith shop at the Hughes Br<
old stand and will be ready to gi
you prompt service in horse shoein
:rubber tire work, buggies, wagon a
carriage repairing at lower pric<
Will also pay you good price f
-corn and peas5 taken on blacksmi
r work. J. Luther Hugh<
r FOR SA LE-Hlouse and lot in t
a city of Easley. All conveniences. W
sell for cash or good paper. ApI:
.at The Sentinel office or Mrs. W.
,Hester,. Easley, S. C.
FOR RENT-McCombs place ne
1Pickens; twvo-horse crop. For furt
er information see or wvrite WV.
r. Masters, No. 6 Pottee street, Brand
Mill, Greenville, S. C. 3t
FOR SALE-Good house and 1
in Pickens. See Sam B. Craig or
r H. Craig, Pickens.
New Garage at Norris.--I ha'
.opened a new and first class garai
at Norris and carry a full line of a
cessories. Work done by expe:
mechanics at reasonable rates. A
work guftaaneed. D. C. Garrel
Prop. S t
WANTED-T'o do your Electric
.work. A complete stock of fixtur<
. carried in stock. House wiring
I specialty. Walter Hester, at TI
a Sentinel office, phone 27.
r NOTICE--Registered Berkshi:
boar service $5.00 or pig. W.
Mathewa, Pickens, S. C.
Rumb-My-Tism, antiseptic and pai
killer, f' I infect ed sores, te' (c
Tf' your school is no't wvorking fo:
r'e of Thle Sentinel's dlictionlaries
d<k the teacher wvhy. It will onl5
aea fewv hours work for any schoo
o (btainl a copy of the best dictionar3
~ublishedI. No library is completc
We have just received from the
Congoleum Art Squares 6x9 re
Congoleum Art Squares 7 1-2x9
Congoleum Art Squares 9x10 1 2
Congoleum Art Squares 9x12 re
We predicted last fall that ther
Not only has there been no advanc
many lines are lower than pre wa
Mens linen 25c collars have late
small lots, which enables us to giv
OF PAYING HIGH PRICES, FOR TY
We are glad to say our stock i
Our new spring stock will soon
ready to wear, dry goods and notic
We have a complete stock of a
coats, rain coats, sweaters and over
If our right prices and prompt
quality in merchandise comes before
The home of Walk-Ov
woven hosiery, Griffo
Machines, Iron King Stc
- Clothinug, Shoes, 11
I STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF PICKENS
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Sarah A. Durham, et al, Plaintiffs,
F. E. Alexander, et al, Defendants.
_ In pursuance of a Decretal Order
made in the above stated case by his
h Honor Judge Geo. E. Prince, March 3,
1, 1921, 1 will sell to the highest bidder
for cash on
SALESIDAY IN FEBRUARY, 1922,
. tho same being February 6th, 1922
e during the legal hours for sale, at
e Piekens Court Ilouse, South Carolina,
. the following real estate towit:
All that piece, parcel or tract of land
. lying and be"ing situate in the above
-n named State and County, being the
it same tract of land conveyed by deed
1e by L. R. Durham to F. E. Alexander,
o. containing one hundred and seventeen
le and one half (117 1-2) acres more or
it. less, lying on Wolf Creek and adjoin
f ing lands of f. M. Mauldin, Tucker
iy Cantrell, Gravely, and others, and
.. known as late home place of L. I.
. TERMS OF SALE: Cash; pur
1 chaser to pay for. all papers, revenue
s. star.:p)s and recording the same. If
~e purchaser fails to comply with the
g, terms of the sale in reasonable time
id the same wvill be resold the same day
s. or some; future salesday at the risk
or and expense of the former purchaser.
th 0. S. STEWART,
~s. Clerk of Court,
- ~ Pietecns County, S. C.
de Jan. 16, 1922.
ly CLERKS SALE
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
.- COUNTY OF PICKENS.
ar IN COURT OF' COMMON PLEAS.
h'Eucgene Whitten, Plainitiff
n George TI. Ried], et al., Defendants.
In Pursuance of a Decretal Order
- made in the above stated case by his
ot Hlonor Judge R. W. Memmiinger, Oct.
S. 'ith, 1921.
I will soll to the highest bidder
SALESD)AY IN FEBRUARY, 1922,
o the same, being February 6th, 1922,
0 (luring the legal hours for sales at
SPickens C. 11., S. C.,
et The following described Real es
Itate, to wit:
~,All that piece, parcel or lot of land,
lying and being situate in State and
-County aforesaid, and in the Town
al of Calhoun, S. C., bounded as follows:
s On the east by lands of J. T. Barker,
a on the north by Calhoun Stree2t, on
e the wvest by lands of Aaron Boggs
estate, en the south by lands of
William Barker. known in the plat of
survey of the town of Calhoun, made
b~y F. V. Clayton, surveyor, as lots
Numbers 38, 39i and 40, the same be
ing onlveyedl to Janie F. Reid by C.
R. Lawrence, Onl the 15th day of No
vember, 1916; containing three-fourths
(3-41) aere, mloiCre r less.
TERMS: CASil; Purchaser to pay
for~ all paptas and rv~.enue stamlp
-an'd recording the same. If purchaser
(ails to comply with the Terms of
Fale in one hour the same will be
resold the same day, and at the risk
and expense of the former bidder.
This Jan. 16th, 1922.
0. S. STEWA RT, y
Clerk of Court, t
DIFFERENT LINES OF D
factory a substantial reduction on C
Juccd from $9.75 to $8.10.
reduced from $12.50 to $10.00.
reduced from $10.50 to $14.15.
duced from $17.50 to $16.20.
e would be no advance in merchand
e, but i.ivst lines have declined fro
BACK TO THE 15c COLLAR
ly been reduced to the old price 15c.
e you the advantage of every drop i
'OU DON'T H VE TO ANY MORE.
s in the best shape we have ever ha
begin to arrive, consisting of men
as. Bought right to sell right.
WINTER IS NOT OVER YET.
ens, womens, boys and childrens wo
'shoes at prices always right.
service will get your business, yo
er and Endicott Johnson sho
n Clothes, Carhart overal
eVes, Devoe Paints, Chase Ci
alts and Gents' Furilshing
Call for Pictorial Review Patterns.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF PICKENS
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Pickens Bank, a Corporation, Plain
A. F. Alexander, Defendant.
In Pursuance of a Decretal Order
made in the above stated case by his
Honor Judge T. J. Mauldin, Decembe1
23, 1921, I will sell to the highest
bidder for cash, on
SALESDAY IN FEBRUARY, 1922
the same being February 6th, 1922
(luring the, legal hours for sales al
Pickens C. H., S. C., the following
real estate, to wit:
All that certain piece, parcel o1
tract of land, lying and being situate<
in Liberty Township, State and Coun
ty above named, adjoining lands o
R. F. Wyatt, John F. Leslie, and B
F. Lesley, 7.:.n School Property, an<
containing Forty and three-fourth
(40 3-4) acres, more or less, and be
ing the same tract of land conveyec
to A. F. Alexander by F. E. Alexan
der, the mortgage being given to se
cure the balance of the purchas(
money. Reference to deed is hereb:
TERMS: CASH; Purchaser to pa:
for. all papecrs and revenue stamp
and recording the same. If purchase1
fails to comply wvith the Terms oi
Sale in one hour the same wvill b<
resoldl the followving salesday and ai
the risk and expense of the forme:
0. S. STEWART.
Clerk of Court,
Pickenis County, S. C
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY ( n' PIOKENS
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
D. G. Hlumbert, Plaintiff
Nina Gilliland, et al, Defendants.
In pursuance of a Decretal Order
nmadle in the above stated case by his
Honor Judge R. WV. Memminger, da
ted October 6th, 1921, I will sell to
the highest bidder on the terms here
inafter nia:r cd on
SALESDAY IN FEBRUARY, 1922,
the same being Februar:y 6th, 1922,
(luring the legal hours for sale at
the City Hall, Easley, S. C., at Two
(2) O'clock, or -as soon thereafter
as convenient to (10 so, the followving
des~cribed real estate belonging to the
estate of Dr. R. J. Gilliland, deceased
Two lots in the City of Easley, as
sho.wn by Deed madec by Mrs. J. A.
Gilliland, and recorded in Vol. P. P.,
page 145 in the Clerk of Court's office
known as lots No. 10 and No. 1 1, as
shown by plat madle by J. A. Robinson,
sur'.vor., and more pairticularly de
~eribed as follows: Lot No. 11,
aeginninig at the corner of Main and
2hurch streets and running south 104
etet, thence west 26 1-2 feet, apid
hence north 16j'l feet, and thdnce east
G6 1 -2 fec.t on Main street.
Lot No. 10 is lot situate immediate
y adijoining lot No. 11, on the west
mfd of like0 dlimensfionls, 26 1-2 feet onl
hTnin street ajnd running back 104
TERMS: One-half cash on day of
ale and the balance on credit of one
'ear, the credit portion to draw in
rest from day of sale at the rate
f eight per cent per nnum till paid
ongoleum Art Squdres and Rugs.
ise, and so far we ha
in 10 to 25 per cen
We are buying merchandise inl
n price. GET OUT OF .THE HABIT
: it. All of our old high priced goods
s and boys clothing, hats, ladies
rk shoes, clothing, o rercoats, ladies
u will trade "At the store where
es, Stetson- hats, Inter
Is, New Home Sewing
Goods a Speclalty
and be secured by I
chaser and mortgage t,1 W
so sold; that the purchaser have leave
to anticipate payment of the credit
portion if he or she desires. Pur
chaser to pay for all papers, revenue
stamps and recording the same. If
the purchaser fails to comply with
the terms of sale in five days same
will be resold at next sale day at the
risk and expense of the former pur
This January 16, 1922.
0. S. STEWART.
Clerk of Court,
Pickens County, S. C.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
I COUNTY OF FICKENS.
- By N. A. Christopher Esquire Probate
Wherrs, Julius G . McWhorter
I made suit to me to grant him Letters
of Administration of the Estate of
-j and effev.ts of Miss Margaret Louella
! McWhorter deceased.
These are therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kindred
and Creditcrs of the said Miss Mar
r garet Louella McWhorter deceased,
that they be and appear before me,
in the Court of Probate, to be held at
Pickens Court Hiou se, S. C. - "
10th day of February 1922. n 4
p lublication hereof, at 11 o'
tho forenoon, to show cause
they have, wh the said Adr
tion should not o. granted.
Given under my Hand and S
31st day of January 1922. in ti
year of our Independence.
N. A. Christopher, Judge of Probate
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
All perans holding claims against
the estate of the late Samuel Jewell
must present the same, duly proven,
on or before the 18th day of February,
*1922, or be0 debarred payment. and all
pers~ons indebted to said estate must'
maake payment on or before the above
date to Samuel A. Jewell.
Samuel A. Jewell,
NOTICE TO DE~BTORS AND CRED
All persons holding claims against
the estate of the late Loutford B.
Graveley must present the same, duly
proven, on or before the 18th day of
February, 1922, or be debarred pay
ment; and all persons indebted to saidi
estate must make paiyment on or be
fore the above date to W. I. Gravley
or C. M. Graviey.
W. I. Gravloy,
C. M. Gravley,
666 is a prescription for Colds,Feve
and LaGrippe. . It's the most speedy
remedy we know.
ATTIENTION, EX-SERVICE MEN
New rules have become eifective (
m'aking it possible for ox-service
men to renew their government in
surance, provided it is renewed be
fore March 4, 1926. Any ex-soldier
interester in renenving his insurance
will receiv full information concern
ing same by addressing U. s. Vet
rans' Bureau, 439 Peachtree street1