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WALHA LIiA, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, .KINK 15, 1021.
ion nu; SUFFERING CHINESE.
Wt havo another contribution for
the suffering people ol' China. We are
sill! ready lo receive, acknowledge
anti rorwttrd contributions that may
be milda lo Hie relief work overseas.
Tho Chinese lund is as follows:
I'roviou dy acknowledged . . . .$ I 0.2II
Mrs. W. lt. While, Walhalla.
Kout.' 1.(. I .Oil
Total lo ihile .$ I 1.20
i . i ;< >i. i : uss i \ i ; i '< >M MUN IT Y.
We lei ve received a copy of The
I 'roj'.re^si ve Community. ;i p iper ha\
in?; as ?is aim the advancement of
agriculture, religion, education and
co-o pora Hon. This paper is issued at
Kershaw, this State, is semi-monthly
and is edited by our good friend.
Hov. Rhett lt. Doyle, formerly of
Walhalla. Mr. Doyle has many warm
friends in Oconeo who will be Inter
ested in hearing of him and in know
ing what he is doing. The Hist issue
of the-Progressive Community is well
gotten up and is a most interesting
paper. As contributing editors il has
Prof. W. ll. Mills, specialist in rural
organization. Clemson College, and
H. O. Williams, assistant State Hoys'
Club agent. With such an anio stalT
this venture into tho journalistic
Held has every hopo of proving one
of success. Among those who may
be counted as well-wlshors for the
Progressive Community we would
have our good friend iDoyle enter the
name of The Courier.
On . Ol si pa i-i ? of ibis issue .viii
po '<i' M > a )i ''i o . M.?>? r \\ . M
Drown . ?i .> meei lu . of ?he eltlvii .s
uno nu ni nei'S Ol UOUUCii Willi Ililli
for a conference on tho subject of
voling bonds for the purpose of put
ting waterworks and sewerage in
This call is very opportune. The
addi) %ni ol' waterworks to Walhalla's
Hst of modern improvements is very
badly needed, ?ind the time is get
ting ripe for the Moating of bonds
and completion of a Class One waler
system here. We opposed this meas
ure eighteen months ago on the
ground that il was then poor policy
lo put in waterworks at a lime when
the system would cost anywhere from
150 to L'.'iM lier cent more than in
normal times, tims forcing our citi
zens to pay for with dear money that
which bail heirn purchased at the In
flated prices Incition) to a condition
commercially when Hie dollar was
?he cheapest Hiing in existence. Wo
believe we were right in Ibo premises
and lo-day things are readjusting
themselves .-nul the dollar is "coming
bach into its own."
lt Is .m opportune lime lo give tho
mosl careful attention and considera
tion to ibis Important tiuesilon,
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itu XT Y A(? 14 NT'S NOTUS. ?J?
?J? ?J. ?J? ?J. ?J. ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J. ?J. ?J?
? ot ion (.ratler Meeting,
(in Saturday, .lune I Sib, .ii I O.i'.ii
;: m., .ii i io- h.ill oser Peden's doro
in Wost minster, Cere will be a m. ci
inn coi in ruing 'he rident ion ol' i cid
lon g rn 'er. rbis mctding ls open lo
ile- en I ire cou n I . .ind farmers und
husiuo: - men from ot ber i>.. i'ts of
i lo- cou o ' y a re especia Hy invited i >>
be pre) out. lt' you arc interested in
Ibo grading ol conon yon .--In.n-d !>>?
nil menus ?it tond "ii.-, i inpori ?tul
llleel i ii :...
If you live ill another section ol'
the county and you are interested in
having ibo grader divide his lime
between the three towns, von should
Four days of this week Hie spec
ialist in lice keeping. Mr. Provost,
will he willi the county agent to give
talks .uni demonstrations at the fol
Tuesday. I nae ll. 1 ().:!(> a. m.
A. A. 11 ii hbn rd's Picket Post; B.30
1>. m.. I. F. Dee's. Poplar Springs.
Wednesday, IO a. m.. Russie Da
vis's, Hopewell: ;f.::o p. m., A. S.
Martin's. Oak way.
Thursday. 10 a. m.. ,i. H. Brown's,
South I nion: 3.30 p. m.. J. Laurens
Sheldon's. Fair Play.
Friday. IO a. m.. J, ?M. Sanders',
Fairview: p. m., H. C. Hoggs',
Every one Interested In bee keep
ing is urged to be present.
Hoys' Club Organized.
At South Union last Wednesday
the South [Inion Roys' Community
Club was organized with tho follow
ing officers: Harry Goodman, presl
dent; Lawronce BurrlBS, vice presl
dent; James Burrlss, secretary:
At ttie uoxt meeting, to be held
Juno 25tl#, it was decided to have
discussions on papers prepared by
some of the members in regard to
importance of good seed, cultivation,
fertilizers and legumes. After a dis
cussion of tho papers thoro will be
a ball game, tho members having
voted to buy base ball, bat and mitt
co-oporatively. There were 11 out
of 12 members present at the meet
ing. Next time there will bo 12 pres
ent or wo miss our guess. Other
(duh members are Invited to tho next
mooting, 'and perhaps they will de
cid?! to got moro members into their
own clubs next year. Mooting starts
at 2. li O p. m.
Start Pastures Now.
Bermuda grass roots should be put
out in the old pasture now as soon
as time will permit. If your soil is
loo poor and eroded now for Ber
muda, you should throw, up some
sort of terrances and lay off rows for
Velvet heans and corn to he planted
without delay. This will form a tem
porary pasture for the winier and
will got tho land in hotter shape.
Oscar Land, of Tabor, has an ex
perience to relato concerning this.
?Mr. Land's Bermuda pasture was
almost killed hy tho I reeze of 11)17.
Ho turned that part of the pasture,
disced and laid off with middle bust
er and planted corn and volvo! beans
with 2"n pounds acid phosphate lo
tho acre. Ile cultivated two or three
limes with half shovel and smivH
swoop. Had two acres in corn and
velvet beans, and in the sumo pas
ture lhere was a little grass on alunit
three more acres. He pul ;i horse, a
roll, j wo milk cows, ;i bull and ti
heifer in ibis on tho last ot' October
and the heans and corn lusted Ihom
about two months, hr stale-:.
Bastares ll rsl, rich land produc
ing an abundance of feed I made
hy turning under legumes), and thou
more livestock of Ibo very best pure
breeds, thou sales days mid co-op
erative shipping, and then diversified
farming will be a reality beta'.
Building; Bieber Soll,
i vine Spencer, of Tabor, is going
after making a fertile farm with leg
umes. He luis crimson clover seed
now hcitig harvested, burr (dover
seed lo harvest, and these seed will
be scattorod over a larger acreage.
Then he lias velvet beans plained
willi corn. A Held was .shown to Hie
agent where a good crop of oats was
being gathered of approximately 40
bushels per acre, on land where cow
peas turned under had been Hie only
Walch (best? legume farmers
"Boor soil, poor farmer."
"Bich soil, rich farmer."
(Seo. lt. Hriggs, County Agent.
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?I- IIOMK DEMONSTRATION ?J*
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Letters from Short Course (?Iris. I
lb ii ilili ' Ca .Bim R, 19 2;.;. j
Deal 11 omi Fol Us: ?
: .ender ivhiii yeti ?re ail doing
now. i sure am having a tine lime.
All of you ought lo see Winthrop
College. It is Hie most beautiful
place I have ever seen. I have learn
ed just lots since 1 have been here.
We aro making rugs and several
other things. We also have grand
times al the gymnasium. We spend
about two hours every day playing
I will try and loll the other girls
all about il whoa ! get home.
We all went to the moving pic
ture show Saturday night, lt was
"Tho Kid." and was just simply
grand. I wish you could all have
*eon Charlie Chaplin "11111 some."
Have you ever seen il? If you have
not I sure do want you to. We are
all going lo see "Daddy Longlogs"
lo-nlght. They say it is real good.
I went to preaching and Sunday
school last Sunday and had a nice
time. We also had a party Friday
ind enjoyed il very much.
I hope all ol' you will enjoy Ibis
letter. Love to al!.
Lizzie Wini mire.
Bock Hill. S. C.. .lune s. 1 92 1.
Dear Home Folks:
We are all enjoying thu Short
Course ai Winthrop College, every
thing is so beautiful aboul the col
lege. The campus i. green willi
ir an ! Hiern ure lois nf beauti
ful canil; s. 1 room ?11 (he north dor
mitory and some el' the girls room
in the .-on.ls dormitory, bul north
lorie i tory I . I he he- t.
We hilve learned !<>i.~ of things
which we had never heard ol' before,
inch ?is rug making. The rugs are
made ol' old dyed scraps of cloth, atv!
we h. ve also dyed some clothes. The
i ourhcrs ?re so good I ? li s. At ti i g h l
they have all kiels ol' entertain
ments for us, Wu had a free picture
show Saturday night called "The
Kid." lt certainly was line. Sunday
night we had service on the lawn.
To night we will have another five
picture show called ' Daddy Long
legs.'' I know il will be line. We are
going in swimming t ll iii evening, and
you see wo have fun with, our work.
We 'lad tho privilege of going lo
any chu eh for preaching last Sun
day, an I went lo the Baptist
church, li was a nice little walk for
I have other lessons now, so will
have to close.
Your loving daughter.
Bock HUI, s. C.. June s, I !C31.
Dear Home Folks:
Well, I wonder what you are all
doing. I am having a grand Hmo.
You Just ought to be with me.
We have had cooking, and it is so
interesting. I guess I have gained
about five pounds. We hilve been
taking exercises at the gymnasium.
Wo have had 01.0 moving picture
show, and it was Charlie Chaplin, so
I guess you will all know how good
lt was; and wo aro going to have
LL Sea Island Sheeting. Yard Wide.
Heavy weight. On Saturday and Monday
When Blumenthal Offers a Sale it Means Genuine
Bargains for Our Shoppers.
This Time It Is A
$3.00 and $4.00 Women's and Misses' Slippers, in
Black Kid and Gun Metal Oxfords. All solid-leather
June Sale Price $ 1.95
With Rubber Bottoms
Children's Sandals and \ $5.00 and $6,00 Women's Slippers, in Black and
Shoes and Slippers
Up to $2.50 Values
SPECIAL 98C g June Sal-. Price
Brown Kid, French and low heels, all "Peters"
j $6.50 and $7.50 Men's and Women's Slippers, all of
"Peter's" and "Martha Washington" Brands, of ex
cellent quality and workmanship, including dress and
June Sale Price
For Grown Girls
A Well Advertised Corset,
Men's and Women's Fine Slippers, thc very best we
carry. "Walk-Over" Shoes sold as high as $10.00.
In Black and Brown Kid
June Sale Price $4-95
S> Shoe Sale Ends June 25th.
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WESTMINSTER, S. C.
"Daddy Longlogs" to-night, and also
a musical program hy Miss Streeter.
You ought to see thc campus, it
is simply beautiful.
Miss Dinwiddlc is teaching us all
about our health-how wo should
take caro of our bodies.
Miss Laura Dailey is having us to
write to our hotnofolks, so hopo you
will enjoy it.
Tho roll is called at 9.20 every
night and then wo go to nar rooms
and get ready to go to bed. At 10
o'clock we havo to be ia bed.
Well. 1 hope you will enjoy this
letter. Your loving daughter,
Mary Lucius Foster.
Tho Demonstration Agent
will ho out of Oeonee the 1Mb. 16th
and 17th, assisting tho Richland and
Lexington County Agents with a
joint county short course, held at
Chicora College. Columbia.
Kthel L. Counts,
County Home h.un. Agent.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO I'UR Ll C.
Mr. Alley Grateful for Patronage and
Anxious to Serve Public Rest.
editor Koo woo ( "eui 1er:
Will you Kindly allow nu -pace ill
your good pnpei lo thanh my friends
and customers for iii?' splendid busi
ness given mo during Hie inst three
months .'ince ihr o;- ?ninji of my store
in West Union?
I appreciate, lo ?!:<? fullest extent,
the interest my good friends have
shown in my success, and to provo
that I fm willinc. io do my part to
wards making our bur.'noss rotations
beth pleasant and profitable to the
people of i he county ?i? large, I am
?artritis my stock, adding all tho
Toron I lines that embrace ibo vari
ous things thal coin*? within the daily
needs of the general public.
Especially l wish to call tho at
tention of the fanners to tho fact
.hut i um putting in ?i full lino of
hardware for their convenience. Am
receiving I best? goods by "every
freight and will soon be :ihi(> to take
c;:re of Gie farmers' requirements lu
Gie hardware line.
,1 am not advertising ns the cheap
est store in the county, but buy
ing tho best goods at the best price?
T can find, and my delight is to serve
my customers Ibo best, the qulckesl
and the longos!.
If you don't want lo buy anythinf
just at the moment, come ?ind seo mt
anyway. Keep posted on my stool
and prices, and let's tell a few goof
jokes and forget hard times, for th(
times are what we make them, any
way. 1/Ct's make them good.
Yours for business,
.T. IL ALLEY,
(adv.) West Union. S. C.
Subscribo for Tho Courier. (Best;
LOCAL NEWS NOTES OF SENECA.
Scout Hoys Havo Splendid Hann
items of Personal Interest.
Seneca, .lune 14.-Special: The
meeting of the Onco-a-\Veek Club at
the home of Mrs. O. I'. Bacon last
Thursday afternoon was one of the
pleasantest meetings of tho year. The
program, which was in charge of
Mrs. J. E. Hopkins, had as '.he lead
ing topic 'Political World Relations.'
The line of study for the year ls now
finished. The next meeting will he
a musical one at thc home of Mrs.
Ralph Ramsour, and tho final meet
ing of the calendar will be a social
ono at tho home of Mrs. Joseph S.
Stribling. June :iOth.
DuggaiCs Orchestra furnished de
lightful music for tho (lance given
last Thursday evening by thc dancing
club ol' Seneca. About ir ". couples
were dancing, and although Ibo eve
ning w;is warm, electric fans kept tho
currents of air cooled and everyone
was comfortable. Among the visit
ing young ladies were \|,.?: >s Emmie
Ansel. Pauline Sleek and Muy Cor
nelia Harton, also Miss Lidia Jen
nings and Lillian Tatum, of Orange
burg, who are viislntg Miss Canon,
(he other young ladies men Honed be
ing from Walhalla.
A most enjoyable concert was giv
on in tho school auditorium last Fri
day evening by ibo Scot;* band. Cn
dor the instruction Intel) socifred tho
band is progr?s ;in;: nicely a :id prom
isi's '.o be ;i emili I '?> our town and
i's management. Arnon? tito mem
bers who rendered special music on
Hie program were Era nels wallace,
.piano Solo; I. P. Coates and Eron
da Cary, saxophone duct; c. W.
Gignillial. and Dan Thomson, clario
net duel. Assisting the band were
Mr. and Mrs. Willis. Mrs. W. P.
Leister and 'Miss El i/.a belli Strlbllng.
Mrs. M. s. Hastings mid young
son King, of Arkansas, were the
guests of Mrs. Mary Myers for a few
days last week. For some years Mrs.
Hastings' hoino was al Koo wee, this
county, where ?Mr. Hastings owned a
large lumber plant. Nineteen years
ago they returned to their native
State, and this was Mrs, Hastings'
first visit to Seneca since that time.
Many friends were welcoming her
back with real pleasure.
Mrs. Francis Rowen Adams, of
Florence, is visiting her parents, Mr.
and ..Mrs. CL W. Oignllliat.
'Will Anderson, Sloan Stribllng and
Clarence Ellison are at home for
tho summer holidays from Clemson.
James Shirley has returned from
B. M. I" where he was a student dur
ing the past year.
Prof. J. P. Coates went to Green
ville Monday and will teach in thc
summer school of Ku minn Univer
'Miss Nancy Hines has returned to
Oil Cook Sloves and Ovens
Fnr Dplirinuc Vnnrl ~v[uffy biscuits, juicy roasts
rOY UeilClOUS rood flaky-crusted pies -thc New
Perfection bakes and cooks everything perfectly. It's thc
popular oil stove you've read about so much in your maga
zines-the stove with the quick-lighting Long Blue Chun*
ney Burner. Come in-we'll demonstrate to you what clean,
intense cooking heat really is.
Whitmire-Marett Hardware Co,
Westminster, - Walhalla,
Winthrop College to direct tito music
for the physical culture dopartmoni
of Ute summer school of thal insti
Marshall Dendy went hack to Clin
ton last Monday, where he will he
engaged in tho summer school of tho
Samuel Wilkes Dendy, held secre
tary for Christian Endeavor societies,
spent a short while here with re',
tlves last week.
Miss Louise Wiksel. of Chatta
nooga, Tenjl., stopped over with rel
atives heie last week on her way to
attend summer school in Xew York.
Mrs. Ed Stribling and Mrs. C. V.
McCary, of Greenville, visited .Mrs.
L. W. Vernor the latter part of last
NOTION TO DEBTORS AND
All persons Indebted to tho estate
of DORA WIEBENS, Deceased, are
hereby notified to make payment
to the undersigned, and all per
sons having claims against said es
'tate will present tho same, duly at
'ested, within tito tinto proscribed
law, or be barred.
W. I). COWELL and
S. IL KBLUEY,
Executors of tho Estato of Dora Wie
Juno 16, 1921. 24-27
Subscribo for Tho Courlor. (Bc8\i
.Peal, is found in many parts of
Pent is coming into greater usage,
duo to tho shortago and high prices
[of nitratos and coal.