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By Steck, Shclur HugliM & Shclor.
WALHALLA, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNj
All Queen Quality Oxfords and Pumps, in patent
leather; brown and black, worth from $12.50 to $8,50,
We have only about ?00 pairs, so come in and get
a pair while wc have your size. Also Men's $12.50
Oxfords at $8,50.
C. W. & J. E. Bauknight,
WALHALLA, S. C.
IT PAYS TO BUY FOR CASH.
Horses - Mules
-I HAVE ABOUT -
35 Head of Good Young Horses
and Mules to Sell
and they are worth the money, . Will sell for Cash or j
GoodPaocr, The.se arc all real -work-sto?k^f?'sVthe^V*'
^?rl^youwil? need'for thc heavy spring work'. Also
jj ' have Buggies, Wagons and Harness, Oliver Plows and
Repairs, Chattanooga Plows and Repairs-all to go at
right prices, & Milk Cows and Beef Cattle, *jn Come
and see me.
W. fl. Brown,
WALHALLA, S. C.
Ladies' and Men's
Cotton H O SS?
3 Pairs for 25c. for 2 Weeks Only.
I- GIRLS WANTED
Apply at Mill Office at once.
WALHALLA, S. C.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All persons indebted to tho Estate*
of Mrs. sallie C. Goodman, Deceased,
are hereby notified to make payaient
to the undersigned, and all per
sons having claims against said es
tate will present tho same, duly at
tested, within tho time prescribed by
law, or be ui<
MISS PAULINE G. GOODMAN,
Administratrix of the Estate of Mrs.
Sallie C. Goodman, Deceased.
May 25, 1921. 21-21
NOTICE TO CHEIHTOIW OF AP
PLICATION FOR DISCI IA HUE.
have, why the prayer of said
lion should not be granted.
D. C. DURHAM, Clerk
Dated at Greenville, s. c
NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF AP
PLICATION FOR DISCHARGE.
In the District Court ot (be United
States-For the Western District
ot' Sont li Carolina.
In the Matter of J. W. HOOT,KY,
Bankrupt.-No. ?-195, in 'Bank
To the Creditors of thc above named
Take notice that on May 20, 1021,
tho above named bankrupt filed bis
petition in said Court praying that
li o may be decreed by the Court to
ha/e a full discharge from all debts
provable against his estate, except
( such debts as aro excepted by law
from such discharge, and a hearing
was thereupon ordered, and will be
had upon said petition, on JUNE
21, 1021, before said Court, at
Greenville, in said District, at 1 I
o'clock in tho forenoon, at which
timo and place nil known creditors
j and other persons in interest may
appear and show cause, if any they
In tbe District Court of the United
States- ^For the Western District
of South Carolina.
.In (be Matter of Frederick Charles
Ayer. Bankrupt.- No. B-223, in
Dank ru jil cy.
To the Creditors of tho above named
Take Notice that on May 20. 1021,
the above named bankrupt Hied his
petition in said Court praying that
he may be decreed by the Court to
havo a full dicsharge from all debts
provable against his estate, except
sucb debts as are excepted from such
discharge, and a hearing was there
upon ordered and will bo had upon
said petition on JUNE 2 1. 1021, be
fore said Court, at Greenville, in
said District, at 1 1 o'clock in tbe
forenoon, at Which time and placo
all known creditors and other per
sons In Interest may appear and
?how cause, if any they have, why
the prayer of said petition should
not bo granted.
D. C .DURHAM, Clerk.
Dated at Greenville S. C.. May 20,
Tho earliest English newspaper In
tho true sonso of the word was nut
ter's "Weekly News," published In
BITS OF NEWS FROM SKN$G>
to Walhalla is Getting Bet? 1
ivory Bay-Pei son?is,
Seneca, May 24.-Special : Mjt?l
E. Hopkins wont to Atlanta 'laBt^Sfft?
urday to be with her sister, whqrjsi
Tho eight-months-old baby of Mrs
Khoury, of West Main street, diet
Friday, the 20th, after an llfnesS of;|
only a few days.
Charles Strlbling, of Greenville,
was in Seneca Sunday visiting rela
tives and friends.
Mrs. j. H. Burgess, Mrs. S. K.I
Hendy and Dr. and Mis. ID. A. Hines j
will attend Winthrop commencement
the first of next week.
A protracted meeting is in progress
al the Methodist church. Rev. A. 10.
Driggers, of Clemson College. as:
sisling Kev. M. B. Hardy, the local
pp.stor. Puntfay night tho church was
full to overflowing, many sitting on
tho lawn outside. Mr. Driggers' sub-.J
jeet was "Four Excuses to Becoming
a Christian." which he delineated in
his interesting and edifying :-tyle.
Services will continuo through the
The friends of Mrs. Francis Bowen
Adams will bo glad to know that she
is recovering from her recent i linos:?,"
at her homo In Florence.
The Wizard of Tamassee Chapter,
D. A. lt., was delightfully entertain
ed last Wednesday evening-by Mrs..
. W. Vernor. Owing to a misunder
standing in dates there were not,,
enough members present to elect of
ficers for the coming year. A called
meeting will be held in tho near fu-?'
turo for this purpose. '?
Mrs. E. C. Doyle was hostess to the
Oncc-a-Weck Club, on Thursday af
ternoon. Mrs. J. H. Burgess, pr6sl?
dent, was In the chair, and the lite-,
rnvy program was given hy encl)
member In turn, the subject befog
"Nntiunal Social Problems." During
the recess the hostess, assisted' by
Misses Helen Ramsey and Louise
Bowen, served a s delightful salad
course and fruit punch. Tho next
meeting will be with M>s. Hopkins;
The road V lietwqen our town at
the place nearer h?avenl?ll
to look like ^Joy.,.r'm.osV'. a)
.met ono ^ot>^esi
lng to Seneca the other aft?rri?bn.
We could h?ar him coming before
wo canght a glimpse of him (glimpse
Is right), and the roar of his ap
proach reminded us of tho Charles
ton earthquake-or would hove If
wo could remember "so far back.
All the flying machines aren't air
craft these days. We're thinking of
taking to the air for safety.
'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harper and
baby, of Columbia, are vislHng Mr.
and Mrs. James Harper on Town
Local Notes from Bounty Land.
Bounty Land, May 23.-Special:
Miss Pearl Ballenger is on a visit to
her brother, Charles Ballenger, in
Greenville, and taking in the chau
Tho highway from .Seneca to Wal
halla is almost complete, and quite
a number of the employees left a few
days ago for Whiterock, in Lexing
ton county, where they will be en
gaged in similar work. H. T. Lntti
more and J. Russell, two of the fore
men, accompanied the force.
Miss Nettie Hubbard, who has
been teaching in the lower part of
tho State, is taking her vacation at
homo with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Hubbard.
Jefferson McMahan and John
Vernor, of Clemson College, were nt
home the week-end.
Miss Susan Doyle, of Augusta, Ga.,
quite recently of San Francisco, Cal.,
where abe has been for tho past ten
months, is at home for a ten days'
vibii. to her parents, Mr. and Mrs;
Tom Anderson, of Greenville, was
a week-end guest of his aunt, Mrs. S.
Miss Emily Corbin, who has been
with her aunt, Mrs. D. A. Perritt,
during tho past scholastic, year, and
attending tho Seneca High School,
left Sunday for her home in Cash
iers. N. C. c
Bill Stone was the fortunate win
ner in a guessing contest a few days
neo. the prize being a valuable, saw
offered by tho Adams Hardware Co.,
of Seneca, to tho ono who came the
nearest guessing the number of saw
teeth in a lot of some thirty-five or
moro saws. Bill is to he congratu
lated on his good luck.
.Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Austin and Mr.
Hopkins; of Seneca, attended service
at Rock Springs Sunday afternoon.
Tho Doctor gave an interesting ad
dress on Christian Education. Mr.
Hopkins also took pari in tho ser
vices, reading a paper bearing on
this line of work.
Miss draco Vernor, who has boen
teaching at Kirksey. returned Tues
day of last week for a vacation. Miss
Vernor is with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Verner.
Ebenezer lt. S. I. A.
The Ebenezer Rural School Im
provement. Association will moot on
Friday, May 27th, at 3 o'clock, at
tho Ebenezer school buildings. A
short lltorary program will bo car
ried out. Miss Ethel Counts is ox
pectod to ho at our meeting. All tho
members nro urged to bo present.
Tho public ls cordially Invited.
Annio E. Gason, Secretary.
|> - Cartoonist in Big
J^joy Night" Program
> ' 1 ALTON PACKARD.
V Alton v.Packard, master cartoonist
.arid' humorist extraordinary, at the I
'coming Redpath Chautauqua, presents
a; corned* ni?slcal and-cartoon revue.
?^V?lltip?fanjl humer . in songs, ste
" li caricature, are the distin
"ires of the program.
TB known the country
picturesque humor, his
To the young mqh of Oconee:
This is to call your attention to
the fact that there will he three va
cant scholarships in Oconeo county
from Clemson College this yoar
two four-year scholarships, which
are worth $140 each per year, and
one one-year scholarship, which ?a
worth $140. Tho one-year scholar
ship for Oconeo county was vacant
this year. No one applied for ii al
all. That means that a boy from
some other county received Oconee's
scholarship this year. Hoys, this
ought not to be. 1 will be glad to
have you call at my olllco at any
time lo talk this matter over with
The examination will be bold Fri
day, July 8, 1921. Get ready, boys,
and take advantage of this oppor
tunity of getting an education.
L. C. Speares,
Superintendent of Education.
Trappist monks were obliged to
leave Franco at the time of the
This greatest singing
bandv will appear in a
concert prelude in the
afternoon and a grand
concert at night.
One of the
Greatest Features of the
Just One of
ll Big Attractions.
Season Tickets Only
^$2.50 Plus 10% Tax.^
I have several Trucks ?
new and second-hand, to
purchaser. The price is
shall bc just whatever yov
You can haul cheaper a
any other way in the wor
Parts for Maxwell Cars
cost, can be had from mc
Havolinc Motor Oil (hi
lots, 60 cents a gallon,
I will save you money i
rino oco.v.:ii SI MM EH SCHOOL.
Goodly Number Teuchel*? Present nt
Session, Which opened Monday.
Tho Oconee County Teachers' Sum
mer School begun ils session Mon
day with a good attendance of tho
teachers of the county present. Mr.
Coates, superintendent of tho Sen
eca High School, is in charge of tho
work and has an able corpa of as
sistants. Tho following have been en
rolled as "teacher-pupils" in the
sum mer school:
Miss Maitha Elizabeth Smith.
Miss Sybil Chamblln.
Miss Ethel McLaln.
'Miss Callie Nicholson.
'Miss Jessie Koown.
Miss Mary Englandr
Miss Ella May Bowen.
. . Miss E: W. McWhovter.
Miss Eunice Teal.
Miss Sara Moas.
Miss Emmie Ansel.
Miss Lois Burns.
Miss Ruth Ooforth.
Miss Tiena Abbott.
Miss Ollie Phillips.
Miss Rita Mullina*.
'Miss Hertie Lawrence.
'Miss Leontine Werner.
Miss Anno Southard.
Miss Lurleen Blair.
Miss Nina Abbott.
?Miss Rathlyn Dodd.
Miss Cecil Singleton.
Miss Ida Southard.
Miss Callie Nicholson.
Miss Lizzie Darker.
Miss Maggie Jones.
'Miss Fan Annie Kelley.
Miss Eva Manning.
Miss Jeanette Rowland.
Miss Rosa M eMail an.
Miss Virginia McMahan.
Miss Mary Lyle.
Miss Clara Snead.
Miss Bessie Lee.
'Miss Annie Cox.
Miss Olive Talley.
Miss Lucilo White.
Miss Maud Watson.
Miss Alice Corbin.
Miss Sue Cox.
Miss Eula Todd.
Miss Irene Bolt.
Miss Alma Alexander.
'Miss Sarah Nicholson.
Miss Hattie Derrick.
Miss lila Nicholson.
Miss Jessie Harker.
Miss Sue Annie Todd.
Miss Minnie Vaughn.
Miss Lila Ramage.
Miss Mary Emily Lawrence.
Miss Minnie Lee.
Miss Paulino Davis.
Miss dary Ellen Mulkey.
Miss Kathleen McCnroy.
Miss Lucy Montgomery.
Miss Temple Timinernian.
Miss Eunice Realty.
Miss Georgie Dyer.
Miss Norma Lemmons.
Miss Lillian Bischoff,
Miss Killala Sligh.
Miss Lalla Rallonger.
Mrs. Cornella (Mark.
Mrs. Maggie Gillespie.
Mrs. (Mara Covington.
Mrs. A. C. Phillips.
Mrs. Lillie Crooks.
Mrs. .LA. Dendy.
Mellon L. Lusk.
Charlie D. Perry.
John C. Ivester.
A. Nf. Prichard,
j. H. Cleveland.
The body of Sanford Cain, who
died in France, landed in New York
on tho 21st and is expected to roach
Westminster this week. If the body
arrives tili? week it will be burled at
Center Methodist church, near Oak
way. The fathor, J. C. Cain, wishes
his son to bo buried by tho Ameri
can Legion, so let's bo on tho look
out for the arrival of tho body of
our former comrade
Note.-Tn case of tho arrival of
tho body in time, tho burial will bo
solemnized next Sunday, May 29th,
at 3 o'clock p. m.
md Passenger Cars, both
sell on terms to suit thc
very low and the terms
jr requirements arc.
md quicker by truck than
t, at one half thc factory
:avy) in 60 and 30-gallon
if you need anything I sell.
la, S. C.
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On Monday afternoon, May 16th?
Miss ICllBuboth Forney, specialist in
dairying, gavo a butter d?monstra
tion to tho woinon at Oakway, in tho
grovo back of Mrs. Hutchins' storo.
Tho d?monstration was well attend
ed, and Miss Forney was invited to
come again and give a demonstra
tion in butter judging, lt Is hoped
that all who oxpoct to soil butter will
attend those meetings, for unlosa wo
do standardizo our butter we cannot
hope for a market, much loss a 'hot
On Tuesday afternoon fifty women
gatherod at the home of Mrs. Otilo
Burriss, at South Union, and a mun
tinuo this, work.s? ? tints'they can de*
maha tho best prjoe forvtheir; pro'
The Officers' Council of the Homo
Demonstration Clubs held n mooting
after tho but tor scoring. Flans wore
made for community meolings of
the various clubs during tho summor
months, ice tea and sandwiches wore
enjoyed by those present.
On Wednesday afternoon the Fair
field Cooking Club met with Mary
Lott Held; The girls made cake and
frosting, which they seemed to on
On Thun.day visited garden club
and Inspeetod gardens.
Friday and (Saturday were spoilt
In tho oillco on nccount of the wea
ther. Ethel ,L Cottnts,
County Homo Dom. Agent.
GIRLS! BLEACH SKIM
WHITE WITH LEMON.
Squeoze tho juice of two lemons
into a bottlo containing three ounces
of Orchard White, which any drug
storo will supply for a fow cents,
shake well, and you have a quarter
pint of harmlos? and delightful lomon
bloach. Massago this sweetly fra
grant lotion Into the face, neck, arms
and hands each day, then shortly
noto tho beauty and whiteness of
Famous ?tage beauties uso thia
lemon lotion to bleach and bring:
that soft, clear, rosy-vvhlto complex
ion, also as a freckle, sunburn and!
tan bleach because it doesn't irr?
Coal tar. formerly considered ns
worthies?, is a source of several dyes
ALL THE SUNDAY SCHOOLS IN
Oconee County to Moot in Chautau
qua Tent, Walhalla, Next. Sun
flay, Muy ant h, nt ;i l\ M.
While (ho three largest (owns In
the county aro engaged in (heil*
Sunday School Contest for Increased
Attendance of the people in tho
schools, it has been decided to hold
a grand mass meeting of tho Sunday
Schools of tho county in (he Chau
tauqua Tent at Walhall? on Sunday
afternoon, May 20th, nt ii o'clock.
Good, live sp< akers have boon invit
ed (o bo present to address tho meet
Have your voices In good trim
and bo ready to make that tent fairly
rise from Hie ground with music that
can't ho kent down.
This is to bo a COUNTY affair, so.
have your school represented and
let us mako it a great day in Oconoo
County Sunday Schools. If tho tout,
won't hold tho people, there is plenty
of room all around lt, and wo eau
raino tho side walls, and ovorybody
will bo Outside, or inside, Just aa
you chooso to call it.