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ris. Mary J. Bar r diug'hter bf
t and Mrs. Robert Johnston, Was
born July 1st, 1841. She joined the
Methodist church at the age of '21,
under the ministry of Rev. Van B.
Sharp while he held his service at
Shady Grove school house in 18681
Later Ruhama Methodist church was
established and Miss Mary was one
of the charter members. She remain
ed there a member until she married
Mr. J. M. Barr of Easley, S. C., Aug.
9th, 1895, he being a Methodist she
transferred her membership from Ru
hama to Easley M. E. church. 18
years later Mr. Barr was claimed
by death Dec. 20th, 1912. Mis. Barr
then made her home with William
F. Johnston, of Norris, S. C. Again
she changed her membership from
Easley M. E. chur.1h t No-:ris, M.
E. church in 191 . nt'ained
there a faithful until her
death Jan. ';- .. he~ly now
rests at the . Methodist ceme
tery. There s... will sleep until the
As she has fallen asleep to the du
ties of this world at the age of 81
years the leaves behind 60 years of
service for the Lord.
Her personal character was strong
and synimetrical. She did good
every day of her life. We expect to
meet her again in the home of God
"Blessed are the dead which die
in the Lord.' J. W. Prior.
Miss 1. iriam Welhotrne and Mr.
Tom R. O'Dell were married last
S"iudav morning at. the home of the
Rev. D. W. Iliott in E asley, in the
presenlce of only a few of the immed
iate family of the bride. The happy
conple left i mmed intIl by automo
Hole for a1 tour of p arts of Georgia'
and Florida. They have many friends
here who wish thet every happminess.
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WHAT HAS OCURhED byl ING
WEEK THROUGHOUT COUN.
TRY AND ABROAD
EVENTS OF IMPOR TANCE
GUthred From All Parts Of The
Globe And Told in Short
The Panama canal was not affected
by the earthquake of recent date. The
movement was not strong enough to
be apparent generally, but was regis
tered by the seismographic as a pro
A general strike of 200,000 German
railroad workers, called for recently
was expected to tie up all long dis
tance and Berlin passenger and freight
Fanine has reached such a terrible
degree in the Orenburg district of Rus
sin that people are killing each other
and parents are eating their children,
says a telegran recenved at Geneva,
from a representative in Moscow of
Dr. Fridjof Nansen, head of the Inter
national committee of Russian relief.
Preparatory to an invesion of Soviet
Russia, Herr Stinnes is conducting a
coinprehensive economic survey of
tha eiti ntry throughi a number of
Germati experts representing many
callings and professions.
The spokesmen for the German peo
ple's party are unhesitating in accus
ing Chancellor Wirth of breach of
faith in appointing Dr. Walter Rathe
nan as minister of foreign affairs with
out awaiting the outcome of negotia
tions for the extension of the present
coalition to the inclusion of the peo
ide's party led by Gutavo Strassman.
Ielease and deportation of foreign
ers now serving sentences in Cuban
prisons and pails, as part of the gov
ernment's economy program, will be
suggested to the chief executive, it
was announced recently by Manuel Al
fonso chief inspector of prisons. The
measure, it is added, would servo to
evitate complaints by foreign govern
llents concerning the treatment of
these prisoners who, with Cuban of
fenders, are alleged to be suffering
from the action of the many state con
tractors in refilsing to furnish supplies
until their bills are paid.
The Prince of Wales arrived at In
dore, British India. ie received a cor
dial welcome, thousands of persons
lining the streets to greet him.
The president of the Italian senate
and cha imiher of deputies have advised
King Victor imanuel to ask former
Premier Giolitti to form a cabinet
in succession (o the Monomii ministry,
it is liderstood, says a Central News
dispatch from Rome.
Five hundred ruble notes are no
longer legal tender inl Moscow. A
recent decree of the Moscow soviet an
nonnces that hereafter street failway
and other government institutions will
acept nothing less than 1,000-rubic
notes, worth half an American cent a
the present legal rate of exchange.
Suddonly becoming violently insane,
a ml~iebe of the pontifical (cheir creat
cii a sensat ion in t he Sistine chapel
during the celebra~tion of solemn re
quiemi mi~ass for the late Pope Bene
(ict XV by shouting "Down with the
poice!" lHe was finally overpowered
b~y the Swiss guards.
lIerlin reportIs are to the effect that
Germican civilianis andl French stoldler-s
rec, nltly had( a cliashi at P'eter-sdorf, SI
ii'sia. in which several French soldiers
were' k ilb'- and~ several Germans so
rinlusly w~tnded.l Th'e alliled comimis
sitn iinu oirdloredl a state of siege each
nigh' bet we-en 8 and 6 o'clock In the
moitrn ing, to) hprevent futurie dlisturmb
Re(por ts comilecd bly thio eastern bui
reaua of t he dlepartimen t of conmmnerce
rec-entliy indicate t hat there was a loss
oft ioplait ionl in Stivit liuissia of 18,
000.000t proiet in the peiod of 1915 to
1921, the' revoluit i-torni yearis.
ar ei 'vio'clin a uiewI iiindutry--thle rec.
iii itat ion) of~ dlenaturedi al('ohol -prio.
hiitijon iifficials said recenttly, which
irlmbally will neci':-:detnte a complete
rev is ion of lice go vet-n tut's system of
Phians to formi a fedorationot of Con
trali A mer-ican rapbli) es hiave collp.i
. iccor'il Ig to wordii-l t- rci ved by the
st ate department011 recentIly fromn Amer
lean I' ittist er' clrailos, at Tegucigalpa,
Oin thle eve of delivery~ to congress
by 8SecretIa :y Weieks Of Illenry' Ford's
oft'ort for thle goenmn lroperties at
strumi of Wilmlinglon, N. C'., lpresentedl
the war secr'etar'y withI an amendied
prloposail to comnplet e, lease antd oper
ate thle M lusell Shoil Spr'opr'tiles.
Payment or $1 0,000,000 on surplus
sitplies pnrehased afteor thle war wvas
niieto this country reocently b~
The niominat irm of Arthur C. Froc.
negro attorney of Welch, WV. Va., as
r'ecorder'l of dleeds., or the Distr-ict of
Columiah w'as indicatedi recently by
Seniator' llkins, of West Virginia, af
ter a call at the W~hite I louse.
Tile charge of certain railroad ex
ocutives that thle governmenolt "ruiinide
the roads is groundless, William o, Me
Adoo, former' secr'etary of thie Iroas
urg and war'timie dir-ector generatl o1
rai-roads, told the senate intersatt
c~tomme comitltee recently in co
cluinfg his testimny in its inquir'
Into the transportation situation,
db~larM, as compared n"12I bl
exports to South Anerica dedlined by
more than:.three hundred miJiton dol
lars, is the statement of the coimeroe
departmeht repently issued'
The pill authorising the refunding
of the eleven billion dollar foreign
debt 'into' securities maturing in not
moretthan twenty-five years has been
passed by the senate-39 to 25. Final
enactment of the measure must await.
adjustment of differences between the
house and senate, which is expected
within a week or ten days.
Senator Kenyon of Iowa, leader of
the agricultural bloc and chairman of
the senate labor committee, has been
named by the president to be circuit
judge for the eighth circuit.
Secretary of the Treasury Mellon
announces the offer of an issue of 4 3/4
per cent three-year short-term notes
to the amount of approximately $400,
000,000. The issue is to provide for
current expenses, the retirement of
treasury certificates of indebt dness
maturing February 16, 1922, and' as a
part of the treasury's program for re
tiring notes maturing May 20, 1923.
The independent ofices appropria
tion bill carrying a total of $494,304,
238, most of which is for use by the
veterans' bureau has been passed by
the house and sent to the senate. |
By fairly decisive votes the senate
refused either to require congressional 1
approval of the agreements to be en- |
tered into with debtor nations by the
proposed allied debt refunding com
mission or to limit the authority of the
commission in the matter of deferring
the time when interest payments on
the eleven billion dollar foreign debt
Railroads which earned more than
6 per cent upon the value of their
property used in transportation during
the period from September 1, 1920, to
January, 1921, are required, under or
der of the interstate commerce com
mission, to turn half of the excess so
earned over to the government.
Anent the recent Knickerbocker
theater tragedy. Washington newspa
prers have gathered in tabloid the rec
ord of many theater disasters in the
past seventy-five or eighty years. They
follow: 1836, Lehman's theater, Petro
grad, 700 dead; 1847, Carisruhe, Pe
trograd, 200; 1876, Conway's Brook
lyn, 293; 1887, Opera Comique, Paris,
200; 1888, Banquet, Oporto, 205; 1895,
Front Street, Baltimore, 23; 1S81, Ring
Theater, Vienna, 640; 1891, Central
Theater, Philadelphia, 100; 1887, Tom
ple Theater, Philadelphia, 170; 1903,
Iroquois, Chicago, 617; 1908, Rhodes,
Royerstown, Pa., 170; 1911. Canons
burg, Pa., 26; 1913, Calumet, Mich., 72;
1921, Rialto, New Haven, 6.
E. Leo Trinkle, of Wytheville. wag
inaugurated governor of Virginia re
cently, succeeding Westmoreland Da
vis. Judge Joseph L. Kelly, president
of tMe state supreme court, adminis
tered the oath of office.
Discovery of a tellumium gasoline
compound, which increases automo
bile mileage one hundred per cent over
Dresent gasoline fuel, was announced
at the research laboratories of the Gen
eral Motors company at Dayton, Ohio.
Nine bodies, crushed to an unrecog
nizable mass by a fall of slate fol
lowing an explosioni in the Gates
mine of the HI. C'. Prick Coke comn
patny a few miles from Browvnsville,
have been brought to the surface.
Counterfeits of the familiar 2-cent
postage stamp I-nve appeared for the
f4:st time since 1895. One of the new
countterfeits came into the hands of a
New York collector.
John \lexander Dowie as overseers of
Zion and head of the Christian Apos
I olli- church. Zion, Ill.. has comleted
the fixing of dimensions of his flat
world, existence of which id~ now
taught in the Zion schools.
IFifty tons of Birmingham slag from
iron furnaces at Birmingham, Ala., is
now being shippedl to Flor-ida for th'i
foundation of 33 miles of standard
asphalt roadS, which will lhe built in
that state at a cost of $6.000,000.
Jonas Marsh Libbey, editor- and in
ternational author-ity on indlustial
matters, plunged to his death from a
;boint high up on the twventy-five
stor-y Municipal building at New York.
The Southeastern Express company
h'as extended its lines to take in Nash
ville, Tenn., according to a wire re
ceIved at New Orleans, La,, offices
recently from Atlanta, Ga.
Evelyn Nosbit, once one of the most
beautiful leaders of the gilded life of
New York, centr-al tigure in tihe killing
of Stanford White by Harry Thaw, but
more recently one of the tragic fig.
ur-os of Broadlway, Is missing, accord.
lng to published reports at Ne~w York.
Twelve companies of Kentucky na
tional guiardismen were ordered to New.
port, Ky., where a strike in the New.
port Rolling mills has been in prog
ress for sometime, The tank corps of
C'ovington wvaa ordlered to move in
and take control of the situation.
Solon H1. Blorglum, nation - wide
sculptor, and head of a school of
;culptureo at Stamfor-d, Conn., is dlead
ils most recent wvork was at Stone
New owners of the Trennessee Cen
tral railway have agreedl to take over
~or $145,000 rolling stock andi~ prop
ert y which was not included in the
e(rms of the sale of tile roadl for- $1,
500,000) recently confirmed by federal
ourt at Chattanooga, Tenn.
William D. Taylor, director in Call
~ornia fot' one of tho largest film com-.
anie in LOS Angeles and nationally
C nowni In the motion lpicture industry,
vas found dload at him home under
-)irci,:i .'.ances that the police said1 in
r diented murdler. lHe had been shot
thror' the neck.
Campaign Starts for $1,000,000
or More to Endow Foundation
In ex-President's Name.
F. D. ROOSEVELT CHAIRMAN
New York.-Promtnent men and
women have organized In. every
state In the Country in a campaign
opening the week of January .16 to
raise $1,000,000 or more to endow the
Woodrow Wilson roundation, which
is designed to honor Mr. Wilsen and
perpetuate his ideals. The income
trom this sum will provide the Wood
row Wilson Awards to be given pert
xlically to "the individual or group
:hat has rendered, within a specified
eriod, meritorious service to democ
racy, public welfare, liberal thought,
)r peace through justice."
The National Committee, heeded by
'ranklln D. Roosevelt, Democratic
'andidate for Vice-President in 1020,
ncludes representatives of 'each
;tate. Cleveland H. Dodge of New
ork is chairman of the Executive
'ommittee and Hamilton Holt is Ex
bcutive Director. Fifteen nationally
cnown men and women will comprise
he permanent Board of Trustees,
@Underwood & Underwood.
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
Chairman of the National Committee of
the Woodrow Wilson Foundation.
which must invest the funds in United
States or other recognized securities.
Five trustees have already been ap
pointed. The Beard of Trustees will also
appoint the Jury of Awards of 25 men
and women who will select the person or
group to whom the award will go.
The state chairmen are as follows:
ALABAMA-Ion. Frank P. Glass.
chairman; Ion. Sydney J. Bowie. execu
tive chairman, 2227 First avenue. 13ir
mingham. ARIZONA-Hon. A. H. Favour,
chairman, Prescott. ARKANSAS-Hon.
Thomas C. McRae, chairman; Hon. W. S.
Goodwin, vice-chairman, Hotel Marion,
Little neck. CALIFORNIA, Northern
Section-Mrs. Annette Abbott Adams,
chairman, 1032 Merchants Exchange
Building. San Francisco. CALIPOtNIA,
Southern Section - lion. Harrington
Brown, chairman, 3975 So Vermont ave
nue. Los Angeles. COL.ORADO-Hon.
John TI. Barnett, chairman. 610 First
Nat~onal Bank Building, Denver. CON
NECTICUJT-P'rof. Irving Fisher, eh itjr
man; Prof. Itay WVesterfid, executive
chairman, 56 Hi1gh otreet, New Haven.
ILA;..WARE-Mis.s H. L. Stadelman,
ch'airman, 710 Blackshire Road, WVilming
ton. DISTRtICT OF COLUMBRIA-Hfon.
RIobert W. Woolley, chairrwop .Conti
nentat Trust Dlu iding. Wa.hington.
chztrina. A 1a I l at lonal rank Buil
~r' Jacsonville. GEORGIA-Hon. Plea
sa. 't A. Stovail, chairman. Savannah.
IDA HO()-Hon. James H. Hawley. chair
man. Boise. ILLINOIS-Hon. Edward N.
Hlurley, chairman of organization, Suite
111., Steger Building, Chicago. IOWA
lon. Edwin T. Meredith, chairman.
He rrrick Building, Decs Moines. KANSAS
--Hon. Jouett Shouse, chairman, 101.2
Ilaitimore avenue, Kansas City. KEN
TiICKY-Hon. Robert WV. Bingham,
chairman, Louisville Trust Building,
Loulsvilie. LOLUISIANA-Col. A. T.
P'rescott, chairman, Baton Rouge.
MAiNE-lIon. Charles F. Johnson, chair
man. Room 500. Congress Square Hotel.
Portland. MASSACHIUSETTS-John F.
Moors. Esq., chairman, 101 Tremont
street. Boston. MAR YLAND-)-Clarence
K. Ilowie, Esq., chairman. Fidelity
Building. Baltisore, Md. MIChIGAN
Hion. WVoodbridige N. Ferris, chairman,
Big Rapids. MiNNESOTA-Hon. George
H1. Partridge. chairman. Room 208, 629
Second avenue, south. Minneapolis. MIS
SJSSlI~I-Hoin. Oscar Newton, chairman,
JTachson. MliSSOU H I - J. Lionherger
Davis, Esql., Feneral Reserve Bank Builk
ing, St. Lo~uis. MONTANA-Hon. Thomas
Stout chairman, Lewistown. NEBRAS
KA-WIlliam F. Baxter, Esq., chairman,
care of Thod. Kilpatrick & Co. Omaha.
NEVADA - Hon,. WVilliam Woodburn,
chairman, Reno. NEW HiAMPSHIRE
Hion. Robert Jackson, chairman. 25
Capital street. Concord. NEW JERSEY
-Hon. J. WVarren Davis, chairman, Post
Oflice Building, Trenton. NEW MEXICO
-l ion. Summers Burkhart, chait man, Al
buquerque. NEW YORK-Hon. James
.W. Gerard, chairman. 48 Cedar street.
New York City. NORTH CAROLINA
Mrs. JIosephus Daniels, chairman. Raleigh.
NORTH D)AKOTA-lion. A. 0. Burr.
chairman, Rugby. OHIO-Hon. New
ton D. llaker, chairman, Unrion National
Bank Building. Cleveland. OKLA
HOMA--Hon. Chariles B. Ames. chair
rnan. Bristol Hotel, Oklahoma City.
OREGON-Hon. C. S. Jackson, chair
man. Portland Jlournal, Portland.
PENNSYLVANIA-Hon. Roland S. Mor
ris chairman, Land Title Building.
Philadelphia. SOUTH CAROLINA -
lion. Robert A. Coopeor. chairman,
Columbia. * SOUTH DAKOTA -- Hion.
Edwin S. Johnson, chairman, Yankton.
TENNESSEE-Hon. Luke Lea, chair
man. Nashville Teng~essean, Nashville.
TEXAS--Thomats S. Tallaferro, Esq.,
chairman, UniversIty Club,.' Houston.
RHODE ISLAND-Richard Comstock,
Esq., chairman. 10 WVeybosset street.
Providence. UJTAH -- Hon. Jiames Hi.
Moyle, chairman, 411 East First South
street. Salt Lake City. VERMONT
John Spargo, Elsq., chairman. Old Ben
nin gton. VIRGINIA-Hlon. Carter Glass.
chairman; lion. JTohn Skeiton Wiiihams.
executive chairman. Richmond. WASI -
INGTON-Mrs. H. I). Christia,,. chair
man. East '!03 E~rmina avenue, Spokan.
ton, chairman. 411 Union Trust Building,
Cha-.-leston. WISCONSIN-Karl Matbie,
Esq., chairman. 609 Grant street, Wauisam
WVYOM ING-T. Q. Diers, Esq., chairman,
The campanig, starting on January 1
will continue ygntil the amount nece-sxary
to endow the Feounda tio n has been raised.
A handsome certilicate, suitnlie for franm
ing and bearing a pictuire of Mr. Wilson.
will be presented to every contributor
Cont- itutions may be sent to icecal 'or
state neadqiuarters, or to Itamiltonuiilt,
Executive Director at National Head).
ttutera, 160 Nlassau ,streel, New Yor,
We have more good mule;
you have seen together in a lo
Prices on small or mediur
than we ever sold them. ' Lar
for road work, are a fair price
makes a booster for us.
bCe W. & J.E
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