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TH It EE FRESH MILK COW? for
sale. Apply lo J. C. KC FM M EKE lt.
Walhalla. S. C. 2ll2.8.*
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands, lt. E. BRUCE, l'ick
ens. S. C._ _2G."_tL
FOR SALE-My Farm of MO
acres, on Keoweo Hiver. Apply to D.
H. ALEXANDER, Toccoa, Ga. 2,4-tf
TWO I'OHItS, One Chevrolet, One
Maxwell Second Cars for sah; clioap.
T. IC. A LEA NI) ICU, Walhalla, S. C.
WANTED-Tin- Saluamii lo sell
Low-priced Guaranteed Tires. Ex
ceptlonally good commission, mi lt li
OAK COUD Tili F C<>.. Burr Oak.
LOST-Fink Cameo Brooch, on
Main street, between Tugaloo street
and Norman Co.'s Store Finder will
please notify Miss ANNIE SCIIRO
DKR, Walhalla. S. C. 2S-29
FOI! SALK - One good Ku m I ty
Mare, works anywhere; one good
Carriage mid Harness; ono I-horse
Wagon. Would exchange for ti good
roadster automobile, s. M. Mon
rox. Walhalla. S C. 28 '
STRAYED-Probably in Clemson
neighborhood, along river, Blue
Hound hog, with large black spots.
Answers lo linnie of Frank, Notify
W. A. LEE. Walhalla, S. C.. and gel
rewa rd for rel II rn. 2 s '
CLKItKS- (Men, Women,) over]
IT. for Hostal Mall Service; $120
month; experience unnecessary. Kor
free par* i.uilars of examinations
write J. LEONARD, (former Civil
Service Examiner), 514 Equitable
Bldg, Washington. D. C. 'J 1-28*
WATKINS SIMMER DRINKS and
Watkins Cocoanut OH Shampoo and
a big line of over 187 other Quality
Products ere big sellers. Wc want
tl lady or gentleman agent In Wal
halla and other vacant cities. Write
to-day for freo sample and particu
lars. .1. R. WATKINS CO., til',. New
York. N. Y. 27-30*
Mauldin and Tugaloo Streets,
Seven-room House, 3 Porches,
2 Halls; Electric Lights; Eight
Stall Barn and Garage; Good
J. JJ. MOSER,
tf Walhalla, S. C
ST. FRA NCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Maudlin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DA V OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Ma-vi and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas .1. Mackin,
P. O. Box S 2, Anderson. S. C.
A Regular Communication of Blue
r?Mtt| Ridge Lodge, No. 92, A F.
M., will be held next Fri
day night. July I... I 92 !.
at S.30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers always welcome.
J. II. S DENDY, W. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (adv)
KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS.
There will ho a Regular Meei lng
of Walhalla Lodge, No. t',7, Knights
of Pythias, at the Masonic Temple
to-morrow ( Thursday) night at 8.30
o'clock. Every member urged lo be
present. CFO. M. ANSEL,
T. H. SI I FLOR. K. of R. and S.
* LOCAL AND PERSONAL. *
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
--The best is the cheapest, and
that is the Willard. Hughs Carago,
Miss Horne, of Alabama, is vis
Hing bor sister. Mrs. Ceo. H. Briggs.
Mrs. Muck Holland, of (?astenia.
N' (..isl he guest of M rs. w T stod
dard this week.
Misses Maude and .lessie Koowa
.nc visiting their cousin. Mis- lit"/.
McAlister, of Seneca, this week.
For Sale. Nitrate of soda now
on hand al $ti.00 per even-weight 'Jilfl
pound sacks. Place your order ni
once. Frank IL Shirley, Westmin
ster. S C adv.
Mr. und Mrs. Hugh H. Macau
lay, of Seneca, are visiting the for
mer's mother. Mrs. Hettie Macaulay,
Mrs. M. H. Etheredge, of Colum
bia, is visiting her son-in-law and
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Me
Donald, and family
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. llolleman. of
Seneca, and Mrs. Lee C. llolleman.
Of Anderson, were guests of rela
tives in Walhalla last week.
-All makes standard sowing ma
chine needles at Moss & Ansel's,Wal
- Miss Myrtle Hendrix, of Lees
ville, and Miss Edith Foster, of Sen
eca, are visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs .M. H. McDonald '.his week.
-Others haro boon tried and
found wanting. Tho Willard battery
never fails. Hughs Garage, Walhal
-Horn, unto Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
K. Davis, of near West Union, on July
5tb, a daughter.
- Mrs. X. Kant, Mrs. M. R/Smlth
and Miss Lillian Fant returned Sun
day from Anderson, where they had
spout a week pleasantly with rela
tives and friends.
- Cordon Fant has returned to his
duties at Rutger's University, Now
Brunswick, X. J., after a month's hol
iday at home here willi his parents,
.Mr. and Mrs. X. Fant.
-Tho public is advised that
stamps may be had from R. F. Sti3
sard, next door to Ibo post office, at
any Hmo that the ellice is closed cr
thu windows down.
Nitrate of Soda.--.Iust arrived,
car nitrate ol' soda, 18 per cent am
monia. 200 lbs even weight sacks,
*6.U0 per sack. 'Frank ll. Shirley,
Westminster, S. C.-adv,
- Mis? Inez McAlistor, of Seneca,
I is home from Atlanta on a vacation
of a I'owAveeks. Miss Mary Margaret
Pittman is rilling her position while
she ls on her visit home.
Mrs. R. L. Kornegay, of lonni
Olive. X. C., with her two ch' dron,
arrived in Walhalla last week ou ?1
visil td Ibu former's sister, M rs. V.
We are ron u es ted lo ann nineo
ilia) Hov. Mr. Davis, of Clemso'i Col
liege, will preach ni Richland ''es
I hytcrian church on sunday morning.
July I 71 h. ai ll o'clock. The pu bile
i> most cordially invited lo be pres
-James K .Simpson and family
have gone on a two weeks' vlsi: lo
relatives and friends at Milledgeviile,
(ia. During Mr. Simpson's absence
W K. Reed, of Helton, ls performing
service as mail clerk on the Blu-3
Mrs. J. W. Edmonds and chil
dren Misses Clara. Ruth. Kathlyn
and Mason, of York. S. C., wen- the
week-end guests at the home of Ibo
former's sister. Mrs. R. X. Vaughan,
Walhalla Route I. They were ac
companied by Stokes Turner, also of
York. They came over Friday night
In a touring car. Mrs. Edmonds ls
well Known in Oconee, this having
hoon her home for a number of yours.
She at one time resided in Walhalla.
-Yon have had trouble with your
battery, but it was not a Willard. One
WlHard will end your battery trou
bles. Hughs Garage, Walhalla.-adv
- Mr. and Mrs. Kl)jott Rhodes will
leave lins (Wednesday) afternoon
for Atlanta, where they will attend
the eight triennial convention of the
Xat ional Fraternal Society of the
Deaf This organization is a very
largr one, and ahout one thousand
will be in attendance upon this ses
sion. Mr. and Mrs Rhodes will stop
at thc Piedmont Motel and will lie
in Atlanta the remainder of this
week. Wc wish for them a very
The Paul Kayne Clcrlo was de
lightfully entertained at its regular
meeting on July 1st by Miss Janie
Harrison. Interesting readings by
Mesdames C. \V. Pitchford. Jr.. J. C.
.Neville and J. A. Sleek were given,
and a beautiful piano solo was charm
ingly rendered by Miss Carrie Barby
Harrison, which ended the program
for the afternoon. After a short
business session the club adjourned
and enjoyed a pleasant social hour,
during which lime the hosesss, as
sisted by her sister. Mrs. llayno
Jones, served a delicious sweet
course. Dainty little red. white and
hine baskets, lilied with candy, were
present od each guest as a souvenir,
a pretty reminder of the approach
ing Clorions Fourth.
Miss Sallie Stribling was hostess
lo the members of Ibo Paul Hayn?*
Circle on July sth. at her lovely
home. "Liberty Lodge." near town.
Owing to the fact thal tho change of
date conflicted with the Forty-two
Club, the meeting, was small, but
none the less enjoyable. Interesting
readings by Mrs. Rogers and Mrs.
John Dendy, and a beautiful victrola
selection, furnished the program for
the afternoon, 'lhere being no busi
ness, tho Circl<? adjourned and en
joyed a pleasant hour in social chat.
The hostess, assisted by her sister,
Miss Tabitha Stribling. served her
guests a delicious frozen fruit sahul
course. Miss Higgerstaff. of Philadel
phia, and Mrs. L. W. Langston were
guests of the Circle.
Married, at the residence of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. \\\ E.
King, at Return, on Sunday, July IO,
?it IO 0. m., Miss ('.ladys Xola King
and Sorgt. Harry Mailor Powell, son
Of Mr .and Mrs. R. \V. Powell, of tim
Return community, Rev. L. M. Lyda,
of Walhalla, oftlcintcd at the wed
ding, which was a quiet hut pretty
home wedding that made this popu
lar and highly esteemed young cou
ple husband and wife. Mrs. Powell,
as Miss King, was a lovely and useful
and truly accomplished young lady,
while Sorgt. Powell ls a World War
veteran with a military record of
distinction. Both aro' noble-minded
and Christian young people, of whom
their community and churclt ?re
proud, and to whom are cordially ex
tended the congratulations and sin
cere good wishes of the entire com
munity. May this first happy day
lengthen Into a long life of happiness
such as is earth's type of heaven's
- C (!. .iaynes spent several days
this week in Atlanta on business. Me
is expected back to-day.
-Married, on Sunday, June Huh.
Miss Ktnily Crumpton and Caillard
Lush. The ceremony was performed
hy J. H. llunnicutt, notary public.
The young people bavo the host of
wishes of numerous friends.
- Mrs. M. It. Smith and ll I*, le
daughter, who have Leon visiting
Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
N. Kant, left Monday for Mississippi,
to join Mr. Smith, who has accepted
a position in the State Agricultural
College of Mississippi .
- Luther Rogers and two daugh
ters, Misses 'Flossie and Florence,
wore recent visitors at the home of
J. S. Cannon, of Salem. They w iro
entertained during their stay hy Miss
IO m m li Barnes and brother Floyd,
Melton and Brm k Lusk, Clarence and
Miss Clara Lush, and Misses Sophia
and Adah Cannon
"Dollar Day" at Anderson to
morrow (Thursday). See advertise
ment on ?fifth page and take advan
tage of ibis opportunity, Practicilly
every store in Anderson is co-operat
ing in this "Dollar Day" movement,
which is merely a united effort on
Hie part of tho merchants lo give the
very urea tesl values possible for each
and every dollar spent with them.
We are requested to announce
that there will be a reunion al '.ho
home of Milos Morgan, on Koo wee
river. July lilith. Everybody is cor
dially invited lo attend iinji take the
customary well-filled baskets. I he
Kennion is in celebration of the .m
niversary of tho birth of Mrs. Mu
tha Vollrath, now well mist SO years
ol' age. and the reu i non is for the
Vollrath and Morgan families.
ll will be good news to many
people in all parts of the county to
learn that the County Highway Com
mission yesterday authorized the
construction ol' the new road lead
ing from Walhalla to Mountain Rest
and beyond, a distance of something
like eleven miles. This will connect
with the highway work above, mak
ing effective the good work done on
the upper end of the road leading
to Highlands. Tho gap of bad road
between Walhalla and tho newly
constructed road inlo Nor*.n Carolin 1
bas been a "thorn in the flesh" of
no inconsiderable portion of th: pub
lic cf Oooiieo for some tim?3, and the
decision of the Commission will be
hailed with delight. It is estimated
that this road, completed, will cont
--An occasion of unusual Interest
in Walhalla was that of the golden
wedding anniversary of Mr. a?fd Mrs.
\V. A. Strother, on July ll. Those
attending this happy occasion wore
Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Strother, of John
ston; Mr. and Mrs. M. I). Williams.
Of Augusta, fia.; Mrs. Mamie Stro
ther Watson, of Thompson, On.; Dr.
and Mrs. C. P. Corn, of Johnston;
lt. D. Wright and Miss Troxelle
Wright. of Newberry; Williams
Welch, of Washington, l) c.; Dr. and
Mrs. J. AV. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. .las. H.
Darby and family and Miss Eloise
Strother, of Walhalla. Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Strother were married July
Nth. 1 S7 1. There wert- about two
dozen seated at the tables for din
ner The centerpieces for tho tables
wen; a beautiful wedding cake with
lighted candles and a largo basket
of yellow and white flowers, both
gifts from friends, for the occasion.
At each place was found a place card
for each guest, and a favor, ti yellow
rose, containing yellow bon-bons. An
elaborate course dinner was served,
Hie color scheme of yellow and white
being carried out in detail. A fea
ture of the occasion was tho regis
tering of the names in Hie "wedding
book." Many attractive and dainty
trays were sent In during tho day,
also many handsome gifts and greet
ing cards from friends and relatives,
and many called to express sincere
congratulations and good wishes to
Hie bride and groom of fifty years.
GlltLS! WHITEN SKIN
WITH LEMON .H ICK.
Squeeze tho juice of two lemons
into a bottle containing three ounces
of Orchard White, which any drug
store will supply for a fow couts,
shake well, and you have a quarter
pint of harmless and delightful lemon
bleach. Massage this sweetly fra
grant lotion into the face, neck, arms
and hands each day, then shortly
note the beauty and whiteness of
Famous stage beauties use this
lemon lotion to bleach and bring
(hat soft, clear, rosy-white complex
ion, also as a freckle, sunburn and
tan bleach because it doesn't irri
Trustees' Meeting \e\< Saturday.
Tho meeting of the school trus
tees of Oconeo county will ho held
next Saturday. July I Otb, al IO a. m..
instead of Friday, July LMb, as an
nounced. All ?'.re urged to take note
of the meeting date and he presen?.
L. C. Spcarcs,
County Supt. of Education.
Wife Sees Husband Drown.
Chester. S. C.. July 1 1 Paul Dun
lap, 27 years old. prominent York
courtly planter, whose homo is at
Delphin, was drowned Sunday after
noon at (iuy's pond, near Chester.
His wife was on the bank and wit
nessed the drowning.
Italy converts iso tons of orange
blossoms and 1,000 tons of roses into
perfumes every year.
"THE MON EY ^ YOU DO?
If you intend to build
'around the place, usc
In*?* on Tide Water"
CypNN- you can idcrv
ti fy it by thl. IBM?.
and you'll not have to spc
and lasts " and practically
That's the kind of lumbc
Write us for Hat of FREE F
and no substitutes" from ye
YOUR LOCAL DEALER WILL S
MOWS I HOM IHUJXTY l,\M?. j
Kuli lltidgci of I II ter os ting I?<MIIS ol'
Nows About Mu ny People.
Homily Kami, July I I.-SpcciftI:
This section has been blessed with |
j two very good showers within Hie!
Mast few days, although tho rainfall
' was far shun of a good season. Wc
j have nol bad a good, soaking raia;
j in a bou I t v. o mon His, und crops have
suffered very much from drought.
I Mrs.'.I. \. McDonuld. .Mrs. Robt.
I McDonald, Mrs. c. rc. Gumbrell. Mr:;.
.Inila h. sh inklin and Mrs. .1. D. Me
Mahan all attended the Missionary
Confcivnoo in Sandy Spring*; las. . ?
week and report most hospitable en-j
lertainment hy the people of Sandy
Springs and a delightful meeting.
They were accompanied hy H. lt.
Shnnklin and Jefferson Mc.Mnhun.
Charlie Power, of Anderson, is a
guest of his sister. Mrs. M. C. Mc
Jay C.llllson, Jr.. Ute 12-pound son
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gillison, ar
rived Thursday last as a permanent
citizen in the community. Congratu
lations are extended the happy par
M Uses Kita and Ida Adams, of
Townville. have been guests of their
sister. Mrs. Florence Sheriff, during
the past week.
Our school at Bounty Land will
open next Monday, July IS. prompt
ly at S.:iO o'clock. The principal.
Miss Lalla Hallenger, has been for
tunate in securing Supt. J. P. Cottles,
of the Seneca schools, lo make the
opening address. All pupils are re
quested and urged to come on time.
Parents and friends are also cor
dially invited to be present at the
opening. Miss Carrie McMahon has
been elected as assistant, and wo feel
assured of a successful term.
The "lay-by" school for illiterates
will open nt 3 o'clock this (Monday)
afternoon, with Miss Cary Doyle in
chnrge. About l l men and women
have expressed enthusiasm in regard
to the anticipated work and a will
ingness to put forth an effort to re
gain in some measure what might
have been accomplished earlier but
for lack of opportunity.
Mrs. J. P. Strlbling and son David
visited relatives in Cnrncsvlllc, (?a..
Harry M rickett and two children.
Harry, Jr., and little Miss Jessie, of
Greenville, were guests thc? first of
the week of Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
The open meeting Sunday evening
of ibo Christian Endeavor of Rich
land was well attended and an in
teresting program capably rendered
by the young people, with Druce H.
Strlbling as the leader.
The family reunion held at tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. .1. Hallen
ger on July Ith was quite n delight
ful affair of last week. All the sons
and daughters, with their wives and
husbands. I except Dr. H. O. Whit
ten), and children, making a party
of 27, were present. After the picnic
dinner in the cooling shadows of the
friendly oaks. Kev. ILA. Knox road
au appropriate Scripture selection,
then "Blest He the Tie that 'Hinds"
was sung, this being followed by
a prayer offered to God in praise tor
the many blessings showered upon
each individual home represented,
and upon our nation. Tho remainder
of the evening was enjoyed in con
Mrs. H. O. Whitten and two lit
tle daughters, of Clinton, ?ire here
l'or a two weeks' vlnll to the former's
parents, they having remained over
after the Hnllcngcr reunion
Mr .and Mrs. .1. P.* Strlbling at
tended the District Sunday School
Convention at Oak way, Mr. Strib
ling acted as one of tho Judges in
Hie several contests.
Mrs. John Archer has been suffer
ing for tho pasl several days from
a sore foot, lier many friends will
be glad lo learn ol' an improvement
in the condition of the "offending
member" and hope for entire recov
Miss Louise Carmichael, of Coma.
Ga., is visiting her cousin. Miss nes
sie Mae Strlbling.
W S. Power, of Anderson, wis
a late guest at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. M. c. McDonald.
Liltle Misses Lucy Beth McDon
ald and Sue Power spent' a few days
last week with (heir aunt, Mrs. il.
P. Monoman, of Seneca.
The Ice cream sale conducted hy
the Young Woman's Auxiliary Sat
urday evening was a pronounced suc
cess, notwithstanding threatening
weather conditions. The young peo
ple enjoyed lively games well calctl
: lated to create a craving thirst for
icc cream, and the supply was quite
? equal to tho demand,
i The numerous friends of Miss Ja
nie Holcombe, of Westminster, learn
with deep regret and sympathy of
ber serious illness and kopo for ber
early convalescence. Miss Holcombe
taught tho primary grades of Ibo
VT HAVE TO SPEND ON REPAIRS IS ALL PROFIT."
SS CYPRESS BUILDS BUT ONCE"
I a new house, barn, outbuilding, or repair anything
Iml.t <m *TMe Water"
Af Wt ?A W?m *m Cyprc*?- yonc?nidcu
JJ* tify ?t by Uiii nwuk.
VHE WOOD E&RNAJ
nd labor and money on repair bills later on. ? M(Cypress lasts
refuses to rot or wear out.
sans "double money's -worth."
it to buy and use.
.LANS for farm buildings-but in the meantime Insist on "CYPRESS
mr local lumber dealer-no matter for what purpose you buy. Address
RESS MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION
[iridium lluilding, Jacksonville, Ma.
VPPLY YOU. ?F HE HASN'T ENOUGH CYPRESS LET US KNOW AT ONCE.
- I N
We offer our entire line of
Utz & Dunn Slippers at
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
Auto Tires and
Now is the time to buy tires and tubes, for an
old tire will blow-out with you on a Hot Day when
you are many miles from home. Don't wait until
you have to buy-have your lamps full of oil.
We have the agency for the Kelley Springfield
Tires and Tubes-the best that's made. Prices are
10,000 Miles Guarantee.
You will save money in the long run by buying
Kelley Springfield Tires and Tubes.
Whitmire-Marett Hardware Co.
Westminster, - Walhalla,
Richland school hist winter, and her
lilciency tis instructress and the fa
irornblo impression she made on the
Richland people Is evidenced hy tho
fact that she was re-elected for the
next scholastic term.
The County Singing Association,
which mel at Bounty I.and school
Itouso Sunday afternoon, was largely
Utended, and furnished BOino lino
soul-stirring music. The Sunday
school was suspended on account of
Ibis singing, and the songs, so full
:>f prayer and praise, were sung and
heard with deep spiritual interest.
.Mr. and Mrs. Clyde dlrown. of Wal
halla, and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Thomp
son. Dave Crenshaw and sister. Miss
lennie, of Newry, were lalo guests
lt Ibo homo of E. L. Stone.
Little Miss Annie Mae Tar rain I
spent a few days last week with her
Mint. Mrs. Arwood Davis, in Seneca.
Miss Olive Lynch will leave the
alter part of the week for Picken?
iounty, where she-has accepted a
sehooi, which will Open Monday.
Miss Julia Davis ls expected homo
bis week from Atlanta, where she
ms been during the past year with
ier aunt. Mrs. Lou Thompson. Her
friends will he delighted to wel
.omo ber back.
Homer Rallonger spent the week
md in Anderson.
Miss Louise Wright spent Intel
week in the girls' camp at Tamassee.
(Maude Lynch has accepted the po
sition as fireman on the Dine Ridge
.Miss Delle Strihling most pleas
antly ii ' tei't a i ned the "Somewhere
to-Co Club" last Wednesday after
noon, A number of interesting con
tests wore engaged in and tho con
testants wore delightfully refreshed
with Icc cream and cake. This club
was organized last summer, but was
suspended during the winter months
On account of tho absence of so
many of ?he members, who wore at
tending colleges or teaching. Tho
duh was reorganized about two
weeks ago. when Miss Cary Doylo
The Motility Land Literary Soci
ety will meet every Friday evening
al 8 o'clock during the summer sea
Meetings at Double Springs.
We will begin a series of meetings
nt Double Springs church on Ibo 4th
Sunday in July. Rev. A. M. Smith,
of Anderson, will assist in tho ser
vices. All are invited to attend the
services. D. A. Jeffcoat, P. C.