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WALHALLA, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, MAY ll, HMM.
lill: tTltRENT SUNDAY SCHOOL
Stiitistlcs-Aitendunco Ls Showing II
< notifying Inoroa.so.
I '.clow are given some interest ing
facts concerning attendance at the
various Sunday schools of Walhalla.
Tho ligures show thal increasing in
Iernst is tho outcome of the united
efforts of the schools and their very
The average attendance of tho
Valhalla Sunday schools for tho
months of March and April, just
past, was r< 17.21. The average for
the different schools is shown below:
Ci rsl I ta pt isl.I :>:. 17
si. John's Lutheran . . . . 1 10.s7
Second llaptisl . DILDO
Presbyterian . 1)2.00
Kirai Methodist . sii.no
Second Methodist. SI .00
Wesleyan Methodist. -13.00
Total average attendance .. 647.2 I
Note tho wonderful increases as
tho result of one week's effort- a.">
Kehnlars, or an increase of I 1 per
Xow, let's see who has made tho
.greatest showing: The First Metho
dist lias moved from sixth place to
third place, with an increase of 20
per cen). The next hes! increase is
Shown by the First Ha pt ist. 17 per
Rani. This is a wonderful record for
Attendance May 8th.
Second llaptisl .
Kirst llaptisl .
st. John's Lutheran ....
al en du lice May
I 3 1
Local .Notes from Now Hope.
New Hope, May 9,-Special: Mrs.
Hattie Whitmlro and otto Russell,
of Russell, were visitors in this com
Mrs. Currie Kendloy, of the Kali
Creek section, is visiting at the home
of her daughter. Mrs. ?, L. Hoggs,
this weok. Mrs. Julia Sande's ami
two children, of Westminster, were
also recent visitors ia this home.
IL K. Morgan has a broad smile
on his fact-, a tine boy having arrived
nt his booie oil May 7. Congratula
Several from hero ll.tmdiid lite
singing al Clemson Sunday.
Eugene llrock, of "auto Grove
section, was a visitor in this com
Mrs. Eliza Hoggs and son dennar
?lient the latter nar! of l.isi week
visiting among relatives and friends
in the Talior section.
Miss Pearl While, of West Union,
?pent tho week end with her hoine
Following is tho program for the
'fl. Y. P. IL at Now Hope next Sun
Scripture Lesson Helle Thomas.
Prayer lohn Hecknell.
Introduction- T. M. Elrod.
"What is Soul Winning ?" Fan
3i iinie Kolloy.
"The Hilde on Soul-Winning" -
"Soul Winning by Personal t'on
tact" El ta CMazoncr. '
"Soul-Winning by Proxy"- Sallie
Prayer L. L. Sloan.
"Learning How to be a Soul-Win
ner" Pilby Elrod.
' Soul-Winning Prerequisite lo
Christian Joy" .loo Hecknell.
I.ILLS! WINTEN SKIN
WITH LEMON .11 ICE.
Squeeze tho juice of |wo lemons
into a hollie containing three ounces
of (ireh ml White, which any drug
store will supply for a few cents,
.shake well, .md you have a quarter
pin! ot harmless and delightful lemon
bleach. Massage ibis sweetly fra
vr.iiil loi i ?, 11 into the face, nock, arms
and bands each day, then shortly
note the beauly .md whiteness of
Famous stage beauties use this
'lomon lotion to bleach and bring
that soft, clear, rosy white complex'
?on, also as a freckle, sunburn and
Vin bleach because jt doesn't Irri
(inventor Calls Out the (hum!.
Charleston, May 7, Governor R.
A. Cooper, as a precautionary meas
ure, to-day called out two National
Guard companies of Charleston for
patrol duty in tho harbor and aboard
ships, incident to tho marino strlko
situation. Thoro wcro no disorders,
Orobocker's Swiss Yodlers will gi
corning five-day Redpath Chautauquu.
This .company is composed of ge
American public a program of true Sw
al as well as entertainment features,
utely c.died by his people, is the mani
Tho Yodlers appear In their plctu
melodious SWIKS yodle song.s, Inlerspe
lean songs and also Instrumental mush
menta of the Swiss mountaineers.
The Yodlers are a picturesque an
IS GREAT HONOR
Heredity Plays Important Part
in Helping Owner to Secure
FIRST OBSERVE CALF'S DAM
Qood Breeder? Should Be Familiar
With Individuals and Blood Lines
instrumental In Building Up
(Proparod by the United States Depart
ment of AaxUnilturr >
fi i,s M science a;':, liii ??rt to produce
K fauton* breeding unban! rv >? noted
ie show ..V: ?.:? ?Si y year
IbouHuiu.e of sto'.U [?:%.. ) M-.< foulest for
...HI as soon as me niuo
ribbon ls placed the owner of the ani
mal ls beslqged with questions ns to
Just how tl?e winner was originally
selected and reared.
Kings and queens of tho beef-wattle
world sometimes are selected when
they are calves only a few months old
so they can be taught to eat grain
before they are weaned say special
ists of the United States Department
of Agriculture. The first step ls to (ib
serve the calf's mother, noting whether
she ls a wide, deep-bodied cow with
plenty of size, and ls giving a liberal
supply of milk, if the mother (nulli
fies In these respects and was bred
to a good bull, lt may be reasonably
expected that the calf will grow Into
a useful breeding animal and can be
developed Into a type sui tabb1 for show
Studying Calf's Pedigree.
The calf's parents, grandparents,
otc, should have been useful and prof
itable to their owners. These facts
moy be learned from a study of the
calf's pedigree. To know a good podl
gree requires Study, and In this con
nection lt ls advisable to read a his
tory of your chosen breed. It ls es
sential that the good breeder become
familiar with individuals and blood
lines which have been Instrumental In
building ?ip the breed.
In ??very breed there are certain
blood lines that are known to "nick"
well with one another. Ascertain what
"nicks'* or crosses have produced the
best results, and look for these com
binations In a pedigree. Do not be mis
led by family mimes, which In some
cases are derived from a female that
appears as far back as the twelfth or
fifteenth generation. Pattie breeders
are fast losing sight of family connec
tion on th?? female side and are giving
more attention to the bulls that ap
*;$<>,ooo J ?ir at Darlington,
Darlington, May 7. l-'iro com
pletely destroyed the Darlington An
io and Paint Works ami tho City
Carago laie thi.s afternoon. A num
ber of cars were destroyed by tho
lire, entailing a total los- of about
.$.10,000, about equally divided be
tween th'' I wo places of business.
There wits no insurance. The cause
of the lire is not known, it was dis
covered about dark, and l'or a time
it seemed as though the entire elly
but as the sheriff ol' tho county was
unable to furnish adequate protec
tion on tlie water and on ships he
appealed to the (lovernor.
Tho Jurisdiction of the city autho
rities extends only to pier heads. Ad
equate police protection is hoing
given within the city limits. It ls
likely that (lovernor Cooper will ask
the naval authorities to tako over
tho harbor patrol service
ve a full concert and a prelude at the
milne Swiss Yodlers presenting to tho
lss mountain folklore, full of education
"Daddy" Orobecker, as he ls affection
iger of the company,
rosque Swiss mountain attire and sing
rsed with popular and standard Amer
: rendered on the unique musical Instru
d thoroughly entertaining organization.
pear In tho tlrst, second, ano third
The calf which Is selec?ed must have
good form, which ls sometimes spoken
of ns type or conformation. To become
familiar with types of the breed,
study plctxires of famous animals.
Make use of a score card In selecting
: ?alf, if Po>i , iVhvri ii
May Be Seen With Its Mother.
and Judging stock. Learn the different
pnrts of the animal and become fa
miliar with the methods of examina
tion used by experienced Judges.
In selecting a calf, first get an idea
of its general appearance by looking
lt over carefully at a distance of 10
or 15 feet. When viewed from the
front lt should have a short face, large
muzzle, wide forehead, short neck, and
a wide, deep chest. Indicating a strong,
vigorous constitution. When looked at
from the side, its hack should he
straight and level from the lop of the
shoulders to the tall. It should have
a deep body and smooth, long hind
quarters. When viewed from the rear,
lt should present a wide deep appear
ance. While as much width ns pos
sible ls desired, lt should not he ac
companied with roughness about the
shoulders und the hips or hocks. The
legs should be rather short, stout, and
set wide apart.
Indications of Quality.
Quality may be determined by the
eye of the experienced judge, but the
band may also be used In determining
the "condition" or "quality" which has
reference to the flesh or fat. The beef
calf should have deep natural flesh
but should not be excessively fat or
coarse. The flesh should he smooth
and firm, but not hard along the hack,
sides, and over the Shoulders.
All the following Indicate quality:
A thick coat of hair that feels soft
and silky and looks glossy; n loose,
pliable skin that does not seem thick,
rough, or tightly stretched over the
body, and rather short lees that ap
pear to have strong, clean bones with
out roughness or coarseness. Color is
of HMO 'importun?e so loni; as the calf
select eil has the approved color of the
Greenville Policeman Killed.
Greenville, May 7. Policeman
Ceo. S. Burroughs, a call officer, died
at I o'clock this morning from ail in
ternal hemorrhage caused hy a bul
let that is .lid lo have been tired bv
Wm. Thompson, a larg-t :\u-pou'.id
negro whom tho officer :t Hemp tod to
tirrcsl shortly before i (.'clock last
Ca ..<'<! After Hot Chase.
Gre" -, May 8. Wm. Thomp
son, a. ,,<;d to have shot and fatally
wounded Policeman Burroughs, was
captured to-night by a posse of of
ficers and citizens about three miles
east of the city, after an exchange
of shots, in which one of the pursu
ers was slightly wounded. Thomp
son, so officials stated, confessed to
the attack on Policeman Burroughs.
After a chase of almost threo
hours, two city policemen and ono
citizen halted a ligure crossing tho
?lark mountain road. Caught off his
guard tho nogro did not offer any re
sistance and permitted himself t0
be placed undor arrest
Rainfall and Temperature.
Below ls a record of meteorological ;
observations taken by H. W. Brandt, !
co-operative observer of the Weather
Bureau of the U. S. Department of
Agriculture, during the week ending 1
May Stii, 1921, at 7 p. m. (The
Instrumental readings are from gov
ernment standard instruments ex
posed ia tho manner recommended
by the chief of the Weather Bureau):
? 1 a
i ll I
May 2 -Cloudy ... .21 <;."> 38
May 3-Cloudy . (?li 17
May 1-Ptly ddy. 68 ?2
May 5--Ptly cldy. 69 IS
May 6-Ptly cldv. 7::' l l
May 7-Ptly cldy. 76 39
May 8 Clear. S3' l l
Total rainfall . . j . 2-1 '....'.... ,
The South American orchid lets '
down a tobo and drinks when it
needs waler, then coils it on top of ;
the plant when not in use.
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NOTICE! TO DEBTORS AND
All persons indebted to tho Es
tate of J. X. Watkins, Deceased,
are hereby notified to make pay
ment to tho undersigned, and all
persons having claims against said
(?state will present the same, duly at
tested, within tho time prescribed by
law, or be barred.
MBS. X A X C Y W A TKIX S.
Administratrix of the Estate of .1. X.
May ll, 192 t. 1 9-2 2
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
A NP- DISCHARGE.
Xotice is hereby given that the un
dersigned will make application to
V. P. Martin, Judge of Probate, tor
Oconce County, In tue State of South
Carolina, at his office at Walhalla
Court House on Tuesday, the 11th
day of JUNE, 192 1, at ll o'clock
in tho foronoon, or as soon there
after as said application can be
heard, for leave to make final settle
ment of the Estate of J. X. Watkins,
Deceased, and obtain Final Discbarge
as Administratrix of said Estate.
M BS. NANCY WATKINS,
Administratrix of the Estate of .1. X.
May 11.1921. 19-22
XOTICE OE ELECTION,
State of South Carolina,
County of Oconoe.
To the Qualified Electors and Reg
istered Freeholders of Legal Vot
ing Age in Oakway School Dis
PLEASE 'Ali.;'. NOTICE: Tba: un]
Election will bo hold the Oak way
.-.> hool lieu io on I 'Ri t 'A v the ,
.?iib day m MAY, I 121, bctwuen j
ibo hours of . \ M. , td 1 P. .M., lui
the purpose of voting upon the ques
tion of lovying a Special Tax of Five
Mills on all taxable property of said
'District, to be used for school put-j
po ..i in said District, in accordance
with Section I'M 2, Civil Codo of
South Carolina, 1912.
W. C. MYERS,
J. A. BROWX,
W. S. BEARDEN,
Trustees of Oakway School District,
Xo. 5, Oconce County.
May 11,1021. 1 9-20
NOTICE Ol' FORFEITURE.
Xotice is hereby given that, pur
suant to the authority vested in me
under the laws of tho United States,
1 have seized one Ford Touring Car,
19 18 model, captured while being
used transporting intoxicating liq
uors; Georgia License Xo. 7 2 09.1;
and any and all persons having any
claim against said automobile are
hereby notified to file same with tho
undersigned within thirty days from
the dale of this notice.
JAK H G OS XE LL, Deputy Collector.
May nth, 192 1. 19-21
SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCA
TION'S OFFICE DAYS FOR
APRIL AND MAY.
Tho public will please take notice
that I will he. in my office only on
Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays of
each week during May.
L. C. SPEARES,
Superintendent of Education.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All persons indebted to tho Estate
of J A M IOS BROCK, Deceased, are
hereby notified to make payment to
the undersigned, and all persons
having claims against said Estate
will present the same, duly attested,
within the time prescribed hy law.
i or bo barred. B. C. BROCK.
Executoi of the Estato of .lames
May -I. 1921. 18-21
NOTICE OF ELECTION OF
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thal
an Election will be held, in Walhalla
School District, Xo. 26, at the office
of tho County Supervisor, on WED
NESDAY, the ISth day of May. 1921,
for (he purpose of electing a Board
of Trustees for said District. There
will be three Trustees elected, one to
servo for one year, one lo serve for
two years, and one to serve for three
Polls will be open for two hours,
from two o'clock P. M. to four o'clock
I>. M. All lOgistored voters, both
men and women, shall bo allowed to
vote In said election.
Tho following electors aro hereby
appointed Managers of said oled ion;
'.M. T. Hughs, T. A. Grant and C.eorge
M. Ansel. L. C. SPEARES,
County Superintendent of Education
May 4, 1921. 18-19
dt Summer-Time Necessities*
Refrigerators ?fi Ice Cream Freezers ?* Fly Screens
Water Coolers ?* Glassware ** Galvanized and
Enameled Ware Perfection Oil Stoves ?fi Paints
Oils ?fi Varnishes, Etc. ?fi Cultivators ?fi Sweeps.
Fishing and Base Ball Supplies.
Ballenger Hardware ni Furniture Co.,
Seneca, S. C. ;
/Hay 26 to 31st, Inclusive
f i -ATTRACTIONS
\ V INCLUDING
DUNBAR'S WHITE HUSSARS,
B-xnc! and Male Chorus.
"NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH"
$v\.?.riding Amcr? an Comedy.
HIPPLE CONCERT COMPANY.
GRETCHEN COX AND COMPANY.
GROBECKER'S SWISS YODLERS.
BEULAH BUCK, Entertainer.
Master Cartoonist-Humorist Extraordinary in
"Joy Night" Program.
Notable Lectures on Timely Themes
5 BIGr DAY8 5
Season Tickets $2.50 Plus 10% Tax,
It Pays to Paint.
In a recent issue of 'C'/Je. Progressive
Farmer we find where a farmer writes
something liKe this:
"In tin' year lfllfl I built n new house
on my 40 acres of land. I did not build
thu vernados or PAINT the honst? bp
cause of tin' prices of paint and lumber,
thinking it would be bettor to wait
until prices came down, then do the
work. Kui now my WINDOWS and
DOOKS are nearly ruined by Hie
weather, and the house is badly dam
aged; so it would have I'AID nie lo
have built the vernades and IWINTKI)
the house in spite of high prices."
FRIEND, you will make the same MISTAKE if you
have property that needs Painting and don't Paint it.
Wc carry good assortments of Sherwin-Williams
Paints and Peaslce-Gaulbcrts. There's none better than
thc lines we carry.
You can paint your houses, barns, etc., now and pay
us for the paint next October 1st.
Whitmire-Marett Hardware Co.
Westminster, ^ Walhalla,