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UNCLE KAM TAKES 0 liltEWKUY
I'lnnts--I/nigwit Seizure Kvcr 'Mudo
Under th? Volstead Act.
New Orlcan?, June 30.- Govern
ment agenta yesterday seized six of
the breweries raided last Saturday
and formally declared tho brewery
property as a whole, both real and
personal, under government owner
ship. The seizure ls declared to ho
the largest ever made in the United
States under the Volstead act.
Tho breweries aro charged with
making and selling beer which ex
ceeded the alcoholic content permit
ted by law. Saturday's raid extended
only to the confiscation of thousands
of barrels and cases of "cereal bev
Yesterday's seizures included all
tho buildings, machinery, vat? and
trucks ami other brewery accessor
ies, as well as the valuable sites oc
cupied by the plants. The value of
the property totals millions of dol
Ilot h operations were under the
direction of Theodore Jacques, local
prohibition enforcement olllcer, as
sisted hy a squad of some thirty
sp?cial agents, who had been assem
bled here from varions States. Re
ports given ?nil are lo the off eel I lin I
Hire? brewery company officials b id
already I? fl for Washington to make
formal protest against ?be confisca
As i he government will not op?r
ale breweries, Hie action of yester
day throw, nul ol' work hundreds ol'
men win, sven' employed by (be Stan
dard. Dixie, American, Columbia, Na
tional and inion, the six companies
Authority for Mr. Jacques' latest
action was said lo have arrived yes
terday from Washington, No oppo
sition was offered by those in charge
of Ibo plants, officials of thu com
panies in most instances ass sling in
the listing of assets.
ooo luis more imitations thou any
??thor Fever Tonic on tho market
but no one wants imitations.- adv.
NOPES El? ?I AN KNTOMOIAMHST
Clemson College Expert; Talks Dees,
Treen IUKI Worms.
Ileos - ItcquoonliiK.
Clemson College, July 2.--Atten
tion of bee-keepers is directed to tho
nocessit} "t requooniiig weak colo
nies. The main honoj dow in most
Beet I omi of thc State hi A bo ul aver,
.nd ii is recommended Ihnt requeue
lng be completed, as far as possible,
during July. Those bee-keepers who
have not had experience with re
queening should write lo the Ex
tension Service for Information Card
NH. IO, which gives specific direc
tions. Thc Operation is very simple
il directions are followed.
The queen la thu motive power of
Ibo hive. If she is weak or. in
oilier words. If she is a poor layer
then tho entire hive is weak and ii ti -
prob ta hie.
Thc Peach Docer.
Those fruit growers who intend lo
use tin- mounding method for control
of the peach tree borer should now
become familiar with Hie require
ments. This operation ls recom
mended for Hie llrsl week in July.
Killi directions for mounding and
trunk wash are given in Information
Card No. 17. which will be mailed
on request. This card also gives tho
government directions for the use of
para-dichlorohonzine in peach tree
borer control. The lime for apply
ing this is approximately the Hist
week in October.
Those not familiar with the peach
tree borer will, upon examining their
trees. Mud a mass ol' gum around the
base or near the ground. The work
of this insect is very weakening to
the trees and is Hie most importan;
cause tor the appearance ol' the shot
hole borer among f rn 11 nee?-.
\ number of loiters have reached
us about cul worms, together willi
specimens. The occurrence ol' cul
worms in abundance al ibis lime ls
an abnormal condition, and while
serious injury may occur, it rarely
does occur al this lillie ol' the year.
lt generally indicates that the cul
worms are heavily attacked by Hal
li ra I enemies. The worms are now
full grown and are rapidly going in
to Ihn ground for Hie pupa, and
those Intending lo plant crops need
not lear any further attacks from
this pest Ibis season.
Cold.?* Causo Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE Tobin* remove the
cinisc. There ls ?inly one "Promo Quinine." E.W.
GROVE'S signature on the U>x. 30c.
Daughter Seeks to Succeed Eat li cr,
Chicago, June 30. Mrs. Winifred
Mason Duck, youngest daughter of
the late Congressman Wm. E. Ma
son, to-day announced her candidacy
to succeed her father, who was Con
gressman al largo from Illinois.
Mrs. Muck is the mother of four
a ijpfli i it lilt ifrjt^rt?iifiip'ii^iir
"HE WHO LOOKS BEFORE HE LEAPS BUILDS Of CYPRESS AND BUILDS FOR KEEPS,"
BUY THE GRADE THAT FITS THE JOB
You'll get a pleasant surprise when you find
that for a lot of the odd jobs of repairs or replace
ment around the farm the lower grades of CY
PRESS ("the Wood Eternal") are not only "good
enough," but exactly the right thing. Getting the
appropriate grade for the given purpose is half the
skill of buying. (Economical, too.) The other
half, of course, is insisting on "Cypress, of course."
It has been truly
said that "it's the
repair bills that eat
the holes in the
bank account." ll
is equally true that
mends the vip in a
"Build of Cypress & You Build But Once"
"The Wood Eternal" is your "one best bet." Cy
press grows in "your own back yard" and can
be had on demand in your own lumber yard.
Buy tlic grade that fits the job. Why
pay for high grades where lower
grades are more appropriate-and
cheaper? But be sure to insist on
"THE V/OOD ETERNAL"
Because it lasts practically forever-if you get
the true '''.ide water" variety and therefore
1T e a rx s d o u b i e m o *) e y9 s - w o r t h. o f I u m b e r
Write us for list of FREE PLANS for farm buildings-bot in thc meantime insist on "CYPRESS
and no substitutes" from your local lumber dealer - no matter for what purpose you buy.
Add res 3
260 Graham Building, Jacksonville, Fla.
Insist on "tide
- you can iden
tify it by this
YOUR LOCAL OEALEK WILL SUPPLY YOU. IF HE HASN'T ENOUGH CYPRESS LET US KNOW AT ONCE.
IM H.'XT Y LAND I'LKSONAL X(?TKS
Murringo jinn proved a Surprise to
Miniy Rirthdny Gathering.
i Unavoidably omitted last week.)
Doun ty Land, June 27.-Special:
Mrs. IL X. nankin attended tin' fune
ral of her brother, Jackson orr,
which t\i k place last Wednesday in
the ('boohoo .emetory.
Mrs. Carl (irani, of Ware Shoals.
ls visiting her aunt, Mrs. C. E. tiaiti
Master Howard Crow, of Gaines
ville, Ga., was a l? te gliosl ol' his
cousin, Howard Dav.
Melton Lusk. o'" near Silent, and
.1. H. Cleveland, of Westminster,were
in the community a lew hours Satur
.1 K. Dendy and four sons. Mar
shall H.. Willie, Joe and Randolph,
of Hartwell, Ga., were guests of rel
atives In Ute community Sunday.
Marshall and Willie will prolong
their visit a few days.
(in Sunday. June I'.Mh. the chil
dren and grandchild!en of Mr. and
Mrs. J. IV Gumbrell met at the home
of Yr. and Mrs. Claude IC. Cambrel!
to celebrate the 7 Ith blrth-dato of .'.
i' Gumbrell. Those preseni from a
distance wore: Mr. and Mrs. A. I'.
Hedgers and family. Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Stone and family and Troy Cren
shaw. all ol' I'ol/or; Mr. and Mrs. W.
I'. Rodgers and family nod J. II.
Rodgers, of Fountain Inn; Mrs. W.
I?\ Davis, of Ensloy. and Mr and Mrs.
E. M. Cambrel, ol' Walhalla.
Mrs, ll. c Alexander, of Seneca,
spent (bc week-end with her cousin.
Mrs. .1 .1. Rallonger, and attended
Children's Day exercises at Richland
Mrs. lt. P, Walker and daughtc
Miss Minite Walker, of Louisville,
Tenn., are guests at the homo of the
former's sister. Mrs. J. A. Dendy.
Oscar McKie And son, of near W
halla, wer?> recent guests of D. H.
Rupert Strlbling, of Seneca, spent
several days last week with his sis
ter, 'Mrs ..I. X. McDonald
Tho reconI marriage of Mrs. Mat
tie Drown lo R. II. Saxon, of At
talla. Ala., was ti surprise of much
Interest to Mrs. Saxon's many friend!
hore and elsewhere, who congratulait
the young (?) couple and wish foi
them many years of happy and con
Mr. and Mr.-i. J. Barbour ShnnkHn
and three children, Miss Mary Julia..
.!. B.. Jr.. and Etili, .J. Anderson, were!
recent guiVta ot Mrs. Julia l>. Shank- j
Tb?- KichU.id K ..'.day .?( bool ap
propriately i>ba<*r?fid Children's Day
Sunday morning ind an interesting
and Instructive program was well
Mrs. S. N. Hughi upon I last week
Miss Crace Verner mos! delight-!
fully entertained u numbei of her
friends Friday evening.
Miss Mary Lucius Foster returned
recently from Bock Hill, where she
took a short coarse in domestic sci
ence in Winthrop College.
everett .leifrios, of Clemson Cil
! lege, visited In the community the
j first of I he week.
i Mr. and Mrs. Monroe McDonald, of
Walhalla, were late guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Marcus McDonald.
At a meeting Sunday afternoon of
the Bock Springs Missionary Society.
I Mrs ,W, C. foster, of Seneca, was
elected lo represent ihe socioty itt
the Missionary Conference, which
will meet nt Sandy Springs earlv In
Miss Beulah Powell, of Westmin
ster, was a week-end mu s1 of Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bice, of the
High Bridge section, were late guests
of Mr .and Mrs. Tom Owens.
Mr. and Mrs. J. X. M/Donald vis
ited at the home of the latter's fa
ther, w. I?. Strihling, the tir i of tho
Oscar Doyle, of Anderson, made
his weekly visit Sunday io his par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Hoyle.
Marion Hughs, of Atlanta, is at
home for a while with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hindis.
Little Miss Carolyn Wright is to
he congratulated on having merited
and received the nice Bible which
was offered for correctly reciting thc
child's Catechism M one sining. gii<?
was also given ot/e dollar as a pri/.e
offered by W. II. Hughs.
I Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" ls A specially
propared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for l t ?j 21 day*
to induce regular action, it Stimulates ant)
Regulates. Very (Meas?nt to Tuso. <iOr
LOWDKVS GtiOKGt.t PKACH.'
Appointment of Henry L. .Johnson
of Georgdu Vigorously Opposed.
Washington, JuneilO-Senator Pat
.Harrison, of Mississippi, will chal
lenge the Republicans of the Se?alo
to continu Henry Lincoln Johnson,
Georgia negro, appointed hy the
President to lie Registrar of Deeds in
the District of Columbia, in open ex
Senator Harrison has a resolution
pending with an adverse committee
report before the Senate providing
for open executive session considera
tion of confirmations and treaties.
Tho Senate, it is probable, will reject
tho resolut lin. lint that .viii not de
ter Senator Harrison from ashing
tlie Republicans to confirm, lo Ibo
end that the people of the country
may know what Democrats and Re
publicans think of the appointment.
Senator Harrison said this nfter
noin Hutt, should tho Republicans
accept his challenge, the Sopa to
would he reminded titat Johnson,
before an investigating committee of
Congress, confessed Hint in the pro
convention campaign last year he re
ceived from (?(?vernor Lowden, of Il
linois. $1 1,000 and became known as
"Lowden's $1 1,000 Georgia Peach."'
Senator Harrison also staled thal the
Senate would he reminded that Ibo
President's appointee would be per
mitted, as Registrar of Deeds, lo
overlord a force of white girls and
dictate professional and personal
communications to white stenogra
phers. On account of the embarrass
ing situation, Senator Harrison holds
that (hotRepublicans will decline his
challenge and receive tho D?mocra
tie barrage in secret and in silence,
lohnson was Registrar of Deeds
Hilder President Taft. President
Wilson named Henry C. Osteilo, a
prominent citizen of Washington, to
SUMMER LRCJUMB. CATCH CROP.
Stubble I>iim1s Should All Ro Sowed
Down in Pens or Resins.
Cicni?o? College, July 1.-'If pos
sible, all stubble lands shoud bo
seeded down in peas or beans for soi!
improvement as once where mois
ture conditions will permit, advises
N. E. 'Winters, extension agronomist,
who says that a summer legume
catch crop of peas or velvet beans
not only helps to snvo plant food
from leaching away, but aiso obtains
from the air, through the bacteria
living on their roots, large amounts
of valuable nitrogen during the sum
mer and fall months.
After the wheat and oats are har
vested, bacterial action goes on in
thc soil rapidly, making plant food
soluble and available for the use of
plants. If thc soil is left bare for
several months, large amounts of ex
pensive nitrogen are leached out by
tb<> summer rains and lost in the
drainage waters. Lysimeter experi
ments show that where growing crops
are kept on tho land, only live or ten
pun lids of nitrogen are lost in the
drainage waters annually, but that
where land is left bare, front T.'i to
150 pounds are lost annually, de
pending on the climate, temperature
?'eas or beans may he planted
broadcast and dished in. or in rows
and cultivated, according lo labor
conditions and the farmer's choice.
One bushel or more of seed per acre
is necessary If planted broadcast,;
whereas, if planted in rows, ono pock
or less is sufficient. A method which
Mr. Winters has found successful 's
to throw oui tho stubble into furrowsj
with a middle-buster or lister and j
plant in rows in the bottom of these j
furrows. The combined lister and j
planter is very convenient for this j
purpose, permitting' the whole to In 1
done at one operation.
(HUI quickly relieves Constipation, i
Biliousness, LONS of Appette and
Headaches due to Torpid Liver.-adv
(Unavoidably omitted last week.)
Coneross, June 2S.-Special: Lit
tle Miss Harriet Du Bose spent a few
days last week with her cousin. Miss
Evangeline Marker, of Walhalla.
Mr. and Mrs. S. AL'Hunnjcutt wer3
ieee ni vt ul tors lo Fu rb wi Hubbard
and family, ol N't vv 1 lope.
Mrs. Havee Archer and two ehll-j
drep, of Anderson, were recent vis
itors to tho former's sister, Mrs. T.
L. Alexander, of this place. They
also visited at the homes of .Mrs. W.
T. Alexander here and Mrs. E. M.
Gumbrell, of Walhalla, while In this
section. They were accompanied lo
their home by Misses Marguerite and
Until Alexander, who will ?pend
some time visiting there.
Miss McGuire and Miss Lizzie Har
ker, of the stamp Creek section, who
have been attending the summer
school at Walhalla, visited Misses
Nina and Lena Abbott last week.
The people of Coneross were very
regular attendants on the revival at
tho Baptist church in Walhalla hist
week, and Ibo services vere greatly
.Misses Sarah and Ila Nicholson,
of the Walhalla summer school, but
whose home is at Flat Shoals, were
guests of Miss Ora 'Arve Saturday
To Stop a Cough Quick
toko HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a
cough medicine which stops the cough by
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVES O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Croup is enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
should be rubbed on tho chest end throat
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
Tho healing effect of Hayes" Healing Honey In
side thc thront combined with the healing effect ol'
Grove's O-Pen-Trotc Salvo through tho pores of
thc Akin soon stops a cough.
Pot h remedies aro packed in one carton and the
cost of thu coi II bined treatment is 35c.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
Ruined Hod, White and Blue Coi n.
Chicago, July I After three years
of experiment, Prof. Wm, L. Wood
burn, of .Northwestern I'ii i versify.
' has produced an ear of corn contain
! lng red, while and blue kernels, so
he announced to-day. Prof. Wood
burn asserted (bal he would soon he
j able lo perfCCl his corn so that the
! rows ?of kernels would show solid
j bars of red, white and blue. The
I colored corn was produced by cross
. lng red and white ears to make blue
ears, according to Prof. Woodburn,
j and then grafting thc three vnrie
j ties. ^
Rub-My-TIsm ls a groat pain kill*
J or. Relieves pain and soreness,
I Rheumatism, Neuralgin, Sprains, Aie,
French School Roy Commits Suicide,
Le Mans, France. Juno 25. Raoul
Chnbiland, l l years old, learned to
day when school closed thal he had
not passed. Ills disappointment was
great and he threw himself into the
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Surveyor ami civil Engineer,
SENECA, S. C.
Farm Loan Act Decided Constitu
tional. (Jet n Govern*
B?K JE. GOOD,
Guttering a Specialty,
Walhalla, S. C.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All persons Indebted to the estate
of DOUA WIEBENS, Deceased, are
hereby not i lied to mako payment
to tho undersigned, and all per
sons having claims against said es
tate will present the same, duly at
attested, within the Hmo prescribed
by law, or be barred. '
W. D. CO WK LL and
S. H. KELLEY,
Executors of the Estate of Dora Wie
.lune 15, 1?121. 2 1-27
TOWN TAX NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Tax Rooks for the collection of Mu
nicipal Taxes for the year 1021 are
now open at the office of the Clerk
and Treasurer, in the City Hall, first
floor, In Hie tear.
Pay your laxes early and av?iil the
penalty. T. A. tl HA NT,
Clerk and Tro:.surer.
Town ot Walhalla. S C.
June 1, 1021. 22-tf
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Tho State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.
To the Qualified Electors and Resi
dential Freeholders of Legal Vot
ing Age In .Neville School District.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, That ntl
Election will be held at Neville
School Mouse on SATURDAY, the
Kith day of July. 1921, for the
purpose of determining the question
of levying a Four-Mill Tax 011 all
the taxable property in said Dis
trict, to be used for school purposes,
in accordance with Section 17 12,
Civil Code of South Carolina. Polls
to open at 7 A M. and close at I P.
M. Respect fully,
JOSEPH K KU ll,
T. W. KEATON'.
J., W. MORGAN.
Trustees of Neville School District,
Juno 29, 1921. 26-27
I am prepared to meet all
calls for Public Service Car at
any time, day or night. Sec
me if you want a quick, safe
trip anywhere, ncir or for long;
"At Your Service"
Walhalla, S. C.
Tho b^st is always tho cheapest.
Sometimes tho cheapest is tho best.
Any way you take it. Tho Courier
flt3 tho bill. Best and cheapest. It
takes >nly il.00 io get T.:<* Courier
for a year, but it takes thv.t-and In
advance No credit to anybody.
Many of tho fiery, itching skin
troubles aro due solely to dis
orders of the blood. Don't let
these impurities torture you.
Thousands have gotten relief
from such troubles by taking
S. S. S., thc blood modicine 1l1.1t drivas
put thc Impurities (ind helps put in the
healthy red blood corpuscles.
For Special Book M or for indi'
vidual advice, without charge,
write Chiof Medical Advisor,
S.SS.Co.,Den't43J, Atlanta, Ga.
Cot S. S. S. ut your druggist.
The Standard Blood Purifier