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WALHALIiA, 8. C.
WK ONTO S DA V, I MiC. 1, 1020.
I RAZIKK- BENNETT W 101)1)1 Nt?.
Funner Walhalla Young Lady and
Spai'tanburg .Man Wed.
(Ureenville Piedmont, Nov. 24.)
A wedding of interest and boauty
was solem nixed Tuesday evening al
Hie home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Philip Cushman, on Rutherford st.,
when Miss Caroline Virginia Frazier,
of Greenville, became thu bride of
Dr. Oliver ('liarles Dennett, of Spur
tanhurg. Tho Cushman home was ar
tistically decorated for the occasion,
numerous soft lights and tapers shed
ding a radiance over tho pretty
scene and yellow and white chrysan
themums lending beauty lo the color
effect of yellow in all apartments.
.Inst preceding the ceremony Mrs.
Relton Dennett, of Greer, sang "Bo
cause I Dove You" and "At Dawn
ing." The bridal parly entered to
the strains of Lohengrin's Wedding
March, played by Mrs. Herbert Gas
que. of Laurens.
The bridesmaids were Miss Lucille
White of Walhalla. Miss Ethel West
moreland of Spartanhurg, and Mis?
Sue Annie Todd of Walhalla. Thoj
were beautifully attired In caner)
colored satin with tulle trimming*
and carried big bunches of yellow
chrysanthemums tied with yellow
tullo. Tho maid of honor was MU!
Carrie Louise Mitchell, of Indian
apolis, ind., who wore a becoininf
costume of soft green satin and car
ried sunburst roses. The dainty lit
tie Mower girl. Miss Jean Cushman
followed next, carrying a basket ol
sunburst roses. Ilor dress was ii
fairy-like creation of yellow satin anc
tulle. Her attendant was little Her
bert Gnsquo. Jr., of Laurens, wh(
carried tho ring in tho heart of a blt
The following acted as grooms
men: Relton Dennett of Greer, Dr
Brockman of Greer, and Wlllian
Smith, also of Greor.
The bride entered with her bro
thor, Pickons Frazier, of Spartan
burg. She was beautifully gowned
in a wedding dress of duchess satin
with pearl trimmings, and wore bei
long, filmy voil coronet fashion, hole
in place with tiny orango blossoms
Her only ornament was a platinan
bar pin sot with diamonds, tin
groom's gift. Her bouquet was o:
bride's roses and valley Hiles in caa
eade offect. The groom entered wi tl
his best man, Donald James, o:
Greer. Rev. E. S. Jones, of Spartan
burg, was tho officiating minister.
Immediately after tho ceremony t
reception was held, at which numer
ous friends .showered the happy cou
plo with good wishes.
Dr. and Mrs. Bennett left shortlj
afterwards for a honeymoon tri[
North, the bride wearing a handsom?
brown du vet yu suit.
The bride has numerous friends ii
this section. She is a trained nu rsi
and served in France during the war
Dr. Hennet t ls a well-known phys)
Mrs. Hattie Mooee, of Glenn. Mis
souri, says: "I was uni making
enough butter from my cow's mill
production for a family ol' two. Af
ter using Dr. LoGonr's Stock Pow
ders a short time, she gave a hal
gallon more milk a day. and a pouili
of butter a day."
Dr. LoGonr's stock Powders givi
to milk cows just what is needed ti
keep the digestive organs in prope
condition, so that they get the mos
possible good from their feed. Qlvi
equally wonderful results when use<
for horses, bogs and sheep, beenUSi
they are a tonic, appetizer and worn
it matters not what ailment yoi
may have among your stock or poul
try, it will pay you to get the prope
Dr. LcOear Remedy from your deal
er. They are tho Doctor's persona
prescriptions, compoundod durini
his 28 yours of Veterinary Practlc
and Expel t Poultry Brooding. Tho;
must satisfy you, or your doalor wil
refund your money.- adv.
II. ? < I ?
clan of Spartanburg, boing a .surgeon
at the Stecdly Hospital thoro. Ho also
sorved in Franco willi tho American
annies during the war
Dr, and Mrs. Dennott will inakr
their homo on Converse I leigh ls,
Spartanburg, where liiey have an at
tractive new bungalow.
Bride Formerly of Walhalla.
Tho bride ls well kno.vn in Wal
halla, and is a most charming and
accomplished young lady. She is a
daughtor of W. S. Frazier, who lives
nour Walhalla, and is pleasantly r -
membered by many friends, who v. il
join most heartily with The Courier
in extending lo lier every good wisli
for a long lifo of happiness. Tim sin
cere congratulations also are extend
to the fortunate groom by Tho Cou
rier and other friends who know ol
tho splendid qualities of heart and
head of tho bride.
Stops Hair Coming Out;
A few cents buys "DanderIno." Af
ter an application of "Danderine"
you cannot lind a fallen bair or any
dandruff; besides every hair shows
new lifo, vigor, brightness, more col
or and thickness.-- adv.
Paper Umbrella Out Soon.
An unusual novelty will be placed
on the market soon In the form of a
paper umbrella, the New York Sun
states. It ls said that this newfanRled
rain shelter wdll be a very satisfactory
substitute for the traditional nlpaca
or silk. It will retail for HO cents,
thereby cutting the cost of umbrellas
down to a sum that should be com
sldered distinctly nominal these days
of the $8 and $10 variety.
The color of the new umbrella will
he black and the paper of n composi
tion absolutely waterproof aud crack
less. It will bnvp a. steel frame, wood
en knoh handle and n ring nt tho low
er end of the "stick." Those In charge
of the manufacture of the novelty say
lt will be durable and that lt will rofl
as small as a silk one.
$100 Reward, $100
Tho readers of this paper will b<
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science hai
been able to cure in all its stages anc
that ls catarrh. Catarrh being* greatly
Influenced by constitutional conditions
requires constitutional treatment. Hall'i
Catarrh Medicine is taken Internally and
acts thru the Blood on tho Mucous Sur
faces of the System thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, giving the
patient strength by building up the con
stitution and assisting nature in doing lit
work. The proprietors have so much
faith in the curative power of Hain
Catarrh Medicine that they offer Ont
Hundred Dollars for any case that lt falla
to cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY Sc CO., Toledo
Ohio. Sold by al) Druggists, 76c.
FORD WORKERS TO ?KT DIVVY,
$7,000,000 IVonuH to Re Divided on
Detroit, Nov. 24.-Bonus chocks
aggregating more than $7,000,000
for employees of the Ford Motor Co
aro now being written and thoir dis
tribution will start Jan. 1 next, ac
cording to announcement this morn
ing by Edsel B. Ford, president ol
the Ford Motor Company. Mr. Ford
' also announced a forthcoming extrii
' three per cent for tho six mont ht
lending Dec. 31 on Ford investmen!
corti Ilea tes bold by employees of thc
? company. This. Mr. Ford said, is in
addition to thc guaranteed six pet
cent. Ile added that eight per oem
had boon paid July :;i last, making
a total of N per cent on the certiil
cntes for 1020.
j Mr. Ford's statement was made, ll
was announced, to correct what ht
, said was an erroneous report of les
; tlmony hy rt. s. Marquis, director ol
.?tho Ford Rd tica lionel Department
j ment, before .lodge Alschulor in Chi
, cago yesterday to the effect thal thc
I rocen i . (dictions in the price of (ht
ft. Ford cars had result od In the bonus
9 to employees being practically cul
. off. Tho statement that fi,000 men
rt of tho Detroit plant had quit work
I within the last 30 days was correct
15 lt was said nt the executive olfices ol
II tho company hore, but tho men bad
loft voluntarily, and Increased pro
duction 01 the remaining on .iloyee?
had made it unnecessary to replace
j i them.
Cold? Cause Grip and Influenza
LAX ATI VE "?lROMO QUININE Tablets remove thi
cause. There ls only one "Bromo Quiolne." E.W
GROVE'S signature oa the box. 30c.
IT TAKES THE
OF A FELLOW
Working Hurd Every Day Without
Lot-up Wears Von Out In Time.
SOMETIMES VOL NEED A TONK .
Popio - Mangan Makes Rich, ((eil
Blood and Lifts You Out of
?Tlioro are days wlien you feel
downright sick. You think you
couldn't feel any worse. Yet, as far
as you know, there's nothing tko
matter with you. From tho time you
get up in the morning till you go to
bed at night you are tired; You feel
a? though you'd like to sit down and
do nothing. You look tired and pale
and haggard. You get careless about
No wondor! Your blood is all
clogged up with poison. Your power
of resistance is at a low ebb. Your
blood needs food, lt needs the kelp
that the vitalizing tonic, Pepto-Man
gan, will give it. Instoad of feeling
exhausted and tired out for months,
you will soon pick right up. and fool
well and r;trong again. And with
good red blood you aro ablo to flght
Pepto-Mangun is widely and hear
tily endorsed by physicians. It. is ef
fective and easy lo take. It ls pre
pared in holli liquid and^ tablot form,
and you can lake one or tho other
and receive the same benefits.
Sold at any drug store. Dut be
sure you get tho genuine Pepto-Man
gan-"dude's." Ask fqr it by the
full name, and be sure the full name,
"dude's Pepto-Mangan," is on the
Nothing on Her.
An aristocratic lady gave a ?Jinner
party during the waiters' strike In
New York. A young girl of the type
known ns buxom waited on the table.
She seemed quiet and unobtrusive,
and was efficient. After the dinner
was over, the hostess said she would
sign the cheek. When she bad written
her iwune she turned to the waitress
and said: "Perhaps I should tell you
that I am Mrs. Hlnnk, so there will be
no mistake. My handwriting Is rather
The waitress picked up the check,
glanced at the signature, uni said:
"Well, dearie, you ain't got nothing on
mo I" ?tU?,
Public Benefactor Dead.
Adam Duncan, fellow of the Royal
Horticultural society, who has Just
died lu England at the age of 80, ls
said to have been lurgely responsible
for the Introduction of the tomato as
an edible fruit. The tomato had long
been grown for decorative purposes,
but Mr. Duncan, by means of hybridi
zation, c-volved lt from Its crinkled,
woolly state to the smooth-skinned
*Th*y Work while you Sleep"
Knock on wood! You're feeling
fine, eh? That's great! Koop thc
ontiro family feeling that way al
ways with occasional Cascareis for
the liver and bowels. When bilious,
constipated, headachy, unstrung, or
for a cold, upset stomach or bad
breath, nothing acts like Cascarots.
No griping, no inconvenience. 10, 25
and ."><) cents.-adv.
HAS AN IDEA SON WAS RIGHT
Circumstances Brought Wife of limit
ed States 8contor to Acquiesce
In Youth's Philosophy.
Senator Miles Poindexter, from the
state of Washington, used to live on
One hot day he was In the garden
weeding onions, when Mrs. Poindexter
came across her eleven-year-old son
Gale comfortably ensconced on the
front porch enjoying the cool shade
and a good book.
"Why, Oale !" she cried, "aren't you
ashamed of yourself to sit hero and
read while your poor father is out
there working In all that heat? Oo
and holp him this minute I"
"Aw, mother," protested Cale, "I
can't be bothered with weeding onions.
Resides, I've got an cnRonemcnt to go
swimming nt ll o'clock,"
About an hour later MrB. Poindexter
heard a low whistle from the onion
patch, and before she could take tn Its
significance father and son had dis
appeared down the hill in tho direc
tion of the swimming hole.
In telling the story Mrs. Poindexter
said: "I don't know but what Gale's
philosophy was tho best. Today as a
young naval officer ho is sailing the
nigh sens; wWle his father-well, his
father is still weeding onions lM
Fordson Farm Trader
Ttioro ls ovory roa.son ia thc world why every farmer should buy a FORDSON TRACTOR, -while there 1?
not a singlo reason in the world why a farmer should net buy a FORDSON TRACTOR?
In the claiin.s we make for the FORDSON TRACTOR as being the .superior Farm Tractor, there ls nothing
of boasting. Our claims are based upon demonstrated facts. In every sensible test that has been made (and
we don't believe In any jockeying er technical tests)-but in the real common sense work on tho farm
the work the Tractor was intended to accomplish-wo say, in all snell tests TH 10 FORDSON has stood head
and shoulders above all competing Tractors. And this is best proven ill tho fact that while I here aro about
three hundred thousand Farm Tractors in uso in thc United States to-day, and while Tractors have been
sold te farmers for twenty years, and while the FORDSON TRACTOR has only been on the market, two
years, more than one-third of ull the Tractors In use in thc Unit eil States uro FORDSON TRACTORS.
Now, you can't upset a fact. You can't back away from an established truth, and there it is-out of
three hundred thousand Tractors, one hundred thousand are FORDSONS, and there are probably some fifty
different makes of Tractors on the market. Just let your ?-omni on sonso consider these facts. "Figs aro
not plucked from thistle hushes, por plums from thorn trees."
TDK FORDSON TRACTOR UAH Tl IH NFCFSSARY POWRR. lt is economical in operation*, lt ls flex
ible in control and operation, lt is simple In design, und lt is sturdily bulli of the best iron and steel, lt ls
the product of the genius of Henry Fowl, mid lt wasn't placed on the market nulli Henry Ford had teated
it, and tested it, und tested it, before ho asked the farmers to buy it. lt is no idle faith that in tho FORD
SON TRACTOR Henry Ford has given to mankind one ot the greatest benefits which has over conto to
NOW WK SOLICIT FY FR Y FA RM FR lo buy one or more FORDSONS. Como In mid ?co them, Come
iii ami let us tell you more Dian we can in an advertisement. IJCI us demonstrate to you. Let us put it to
every test that you ask. The Tranter is Just as necessary for the farmer as water is in the house. Come
In! I,ook over tho FORDSON. 'Test lt. Don't take any chances. Don't experiment. Supply your farm with
the 'Tractor of Established Value.
Piedmont MotOr CO., 'Seneca Motor Co.,
R. C. Carter.
W. A. Grant.
Walhalla, S. C.
Seneca, S. C.
VAGUE ABOUT "RED" LEADERS
?ut Young Bolshevist Soldier Had
Heard ot Trotxky, and Inci
dentally of Leoine.
I have Just had a talk \Vlth a Bol
shevist soldier, captured by the Poles
when be was participating In a bold
scouting enterprise. He Is a young
man twenty-one years old, coming
from one of the interior departments
of Russia. He ls illiterate and a con
Discipline, he said, was very good
In the Bolshevist army; still they did
not obey orders beear they were or
ders, but "as a matte. ,i conscience."
Tbc military forms of address had
been abolished and even the officers
were spoken .to as comrades. Natural
ly the soldiers stand at attention' be
fore their officers ; but that was be
cause every soldier in the army fol
lows the bidding of his conscience and
"lt would bo foolish" oot to stand at
attention before one's commander.
He had never, seen a general or any
of the higher ofHcors, but he knew the
commander In chief was called Trots
ky, un<) that there wee another head
man. He pondered a moment trying
to recall who the second one was, and
then suddenly remembered, "Lenlne."
He knew nothing more about him, and
did not know the names of any other
He kept saying "Everyone on our
side ls n Bolshevik," and seemed te be
Impressed with the great power and
authority of tho Bolshevik'. When
asked who Trotsky was he replied, "A
very popular Jew." "The Jews are
much liked In the army. They never
allow themselves to be captured. They
hate the Poles so, and the Poles hate
them so-and Invariably murder them
-thnt they prefer suicide to being
made prisoners."-From the Vossische
Don't Neglect Collis or Colds
Neglected colds often lead to
influenza, pneumonia and other
serious complicit ions.
For years tho* essential ingre
dients-horehound, mullein and
far-have been used successfully
ns an imm?diate check tn
coughs and colds.
These three ingredients have
been combined with a few other
helpful ones to make the cele
Mullein and Tar
lt ls pleasing to the taste ami
relief is immediate.
Your druggist will supply you
and will refund your money if
you are not pleased with results.
For treating influenza we rec
ommend Dr. Hilton's Idfe for
tho T,lvcr and Kidneys In con
junction with Murray's Hore
hound, Mullein and Tar.
Murray Drug Company,
OO?JUMB?A, 8. o.
OCONKK COUNTY TEACHERS MKT
On Nov. 20th nm! Elected Officer*
for tlie Year.
Tho Oconeo County Teachers' As
sociation held its first meeting at
Walhalla on Nov. 20th. The meeting
was called to order hy .i. I?. Coates,
vice president. The election of offi
cers was then taken up, the election
resulting as follows:
President-.1. F\ Coates, Seneca.
Vice President-Miss Morrison, of
Secretary-Guy Cox, Walhalla.
Treasurer - L. A. Carter. West
Tho following program committee
was then appointod: Miss Strlbling,
chairman; Miss Kaufmann, Guy
A motion was made and carried
that tho association meet on tho first
Saturday of each month.
Upon invitation of Mr. Coates, the
next meeting will be hold In Seneca
on Saturday afternoon, Dec. 4.
J. P. Coates was oloctod as the
delegate to tho Council of Delogates
to tho State Teachers' Association.
Tho following resolution was of
forod and unanimously adopted:
Resolved, That wo, tho Oconee
County Teachers' Association, anx
ious for heartiest co-operation willi
all educational forces, and mindful
of tho good work dono In our county
the curront year by the Homo Dem
onstration Agent, tho Earm Demon
stration Agent and the officers of the
County Sunday School Association,
do hereby call upon these agencies
to assist us in our work whenever
and wherever opportunities oller
themselves, and assure such workers
"Pape's Diapepsin" instantly ;
j Ends Indigestion, Sourness,
1 Aro lumps of undigested food caus
ing you pain? ls your stomach acid,
gassy, sour, or have you flatulence,
heartburn? Then take Pape's Dia
j dust as soon as you oat a tablet or
two of Papo's Diapepsin all that dys
pepsia, indigestion and stomach dis
tress caused by acidity ends. These
pleasant, harmless tablets of Papo's
Dlapopsln novor fail to make sick,
upset stomachs feel fino at once, and
thoy cost very little at drug stores.
of our sympathy, and offer them our
'Especially would our association
commend tho State Sunday School
1. Enlarging , tho circulating li
brary at its headquarters. 714 Allen
Law Building, Spartanburg, from
which, by using the mails, access may
be had to the free uso of hundreds of
volumes on religious education.
2. For co-operating with the Illit
eracy Commission in its efforts to
dispel the clouds of Illiteracy hang
ing over so many of thc people of our
3. For uniting with Winthrop Col
lege In providing a course of Sunday
school workers' Instruction at the
summer school, and for arranging
with that great institution for full
credits for Sunday school work done.
A motion was made and carried
that tho association adjourn. The
session was adjourned to meet in
i Seneca on the afternoon of Dec. 4,
A full attendance ls expected. Be
I on hand, teachers!
Sec. Oconee Co. Teachers' Assn.
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have aa un
healthy color, which Indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there ls more or less stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC ?Wen regularly
for two or three weeks will enrich the blood, im
prove the digestion, and act as a General Strength -
ming Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel tho worms, ond theChitd will be
In perfect hen Ith. Pleasant to toko. 60c per bottle.
Ask Bocel ver for Farm.
An unusual proceeding In court
is recorded by the Greenville Pied
mont of last Wednesday in the fol
.Judge M. F. Ansel, in the County
Court, to-day granted a petition of
G. W. Vaughn for the appointment
I of a receiver for the property held
j jointly by himself and Wal Mc
I Croa ry, as tenant. The petition sets
forth that tho property consists of a
farm, and prays the court to appoint
a receiver, with powers to employ
labor to harvest tho crops and have
them stored until such time as ac
counting can he made and a settle
ment, roached between the plaintiff
lt is sot out tn Hie petition that tho
crops, consisting iargoly of cotton,
have not been picked, and that tho
defendant and plaintiff aro Joint
owners of tho crops.
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
.LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" ls n specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c