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WA DH A BGA, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, A VU. :t, 1021.
VETERANS WITH I S AGAIN.
Tho v?t?rans of Orr's llogimonl
will again assemble in W. Mialla on
AUK. 1 .".iii and I Ulli. Tho veterans
have always been welcome beru, and
Hu s will bu welcomed by thc eitizona
of our 11 ? \v 11 and com ni II ti i I y so loni;
as I hoy remain an organization. We
arc glad thal "tho boys of thu six
lies" arc coining anton); ns for their
I'.Bf I reunion. To cadi and every
member of thu organization and io
every friend of tho veterans Wal
balla extends a welcome. Thc besi
wo can do for tho veterans will liol
he good enough for them. Wo aro
going lo do our best lo give tho rem
nant, of Orrs men, their comrades
and friends a good time and two days
happy mixing and mingling among
ihomselvcs and with our people.
When Orr's men assemble on Mon
day, the l?th, Mayor Brown will bo
ready to hand over the key to Wal
halla and tho town will bo (heirs un
til the last Orr's man has departed
for his home.
A welcome awaits you, gen Meinen!
('onie in full force!
DEATH CADES AN AGED LADY.
"Mrs. wilkes, of Seneca, Passed Away
at Ago of 08-Personal items.
Peneca, Aug J. ??Special: After
ii vl?|t of a week wit li Mrs; \V. it
Doyle, Mrs Fcc ?er Trlbblo ?md chi lb
dren loll for'Pendleton the latter part
of the week before returning to their
homo in Anderson.
.Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Nlmmons and
children loft Monday morning for a
couple of weeks in Franklin, N. C.
Miss Tiphaine Burgess expects to
leave next Wednesday for a few days'
visit to Miss Allon Niell, Washing
ton, D. C. Miss Burgess will go from
there on the I &th to Johns Hopkins,
where she will take a post-graduate
course in dietetics. Miss Burgess
graduated In .lune from Winthrop
in Ibis course. She carries with her
tho good wishes of many friends for
a pleasant and successful course of
Mrs. John (hirey, of Greenville,was
a recent visitor to her sister, Mrs. 1).
Death of mi Aged Dody.
Mrs. Mary Ann Wilkes peacefully
passed away Saturday afternoon at
li o'clock at tho home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. S. K. Dendy, at the ripe age
of Oil years and live months, having
been born March Ith. I S'2S. In ISP?
sho was happily married lo Kev. W.
Clay Wilkes, I). 1)., who was an edu
cator of nole. He foondeil Forsyth
College and also what is now Brenan
CollegO, Gainesville, Ga. In all of
.his spiritual and educational work
his wife was his constant adviser anil
co-worker. Born of pious and edu
cated parentage, inheriting tho faith
of a long line of godly ancestry, well
trained from early childhood, she
had the foundation for a Ufo ol* ser
vice for lier Master, which shed an
Influenco for good thal will live on
She was loyal to tho church of her
faith the Baptist and was a regu
lar attendant on the services until
Ino past few years. She was frequent
ly seen in her pew after she had
passed four score and ten years. For
thirty years it had been her cusloni
to read carefully and prayerfully her
'Bible from cover lo cover each year.
She waited patiently for the sum
mons lo join lier Saviour, whom sho
loved ?md served on earth, and was
ready to meet Him.
Funeral services were conducted
at the home by ber pastor, Rev. J.
W. Willis. The in torment waa In
(Gainesville, beside ber husband,who
preceded her sumo years ago.
Cider when first made in England
was called wino.
Rye comos nearer to whoa I In
bread-making qualities than any
NEWS NOTES FROM OONEROSS.
Looking Forward to Great Moot lng
When Association Convenes.
Concross, Aug. 1 .-r-Speclali Con
oross ls expecting a great mooting
hero when tho 'Beavordam Associa
tion gathers on the ?th and 10th of
this month. Wo Invito everybody to
attend and urge all churches to send
delegates to carry on tho work of
tho association, and to take back to
tho local churches some good things
that they may re?oive during thc
session. Wo are expecting groat good
to bo accomplished. <A list of homes
to which delegatos have been as
signed will ho found elsewhere.)
Miss Eva Arve, who has a posi
tion in Atlanta, is at homo on a two
weeks' visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. lt. Arve. Her cousin, Miss
Crace Rqthell, accompanied her to
her homo lo spend her vacation.
"Joy" has lveu selected for the
subject for the prayer meeting on
Thursday evening. Lot everybody
attend this service.
(I. I... and J. C. Harker spent last
Tuesday in (Jrconville.
Quite a number of Coll cross peo
ple ai tended and enjoyed the revival
services at Poplar Springs last week,
which resulted in the baptism of nine
converts yesterday, and a number of
others were added io the church hy
let ter and restoration.
Miss Bewley llunsinger left Satur
day for Long Creek, where she will
attend tho revival meeting and do
personal work among lite people of
the Long Crook community. We are
indeed proud of the fuel Hint we
can send om such un earnest and
elllcienl worker as Miss llunsinger
from our church.
Little Miss Lois White returned
yesterday lo her home in tireen ville,
idler liaving spent several weeks in
our community among relatives.
Miss Ora Arve, o? Ela! Shoals,
spent Saturday and Sunday with her
Miss Hettie Herrick, teacher of
the Blue Ridge school, spent a few
days Inst week at Long Creek among
relatives, sh?; was accompanied by
her mother, who has a position in
Anderson, and who also visited her
hero at lite home of Mr and Mrs.
Mrs. Roxie Creer and daughter, of
Greenville, are guests of T. W. Bryd
and family here.
Misses Gracie and Lena Abbott
wore week-end guests of relativos in
vV.v i lin lon
Mr and Mva, John Denton of An
derson, nra spending a few days -sit'
relatives iii our community.
Mrs. Lillie Chiidres returned to
her home in Greenville yesterday,
after having spent two weeks with
Mrs. W. A. Strickland, of West
minster was a recent guest of Mrs.
S. M. llunsinger .
Wash Morgan, of Seneca, spent
several days last week with S. M.
Mttnnicutt and G. L. Barker.
We aro glad to seo Grover Hub
bard, of Richland, able to be In our
community again. He and his wife
and babe were among relatives here
Roy Abbott had the misfortune lo
get his nose broken one day last
week In a baseball game at Oak
Grove, but we are glad to learn that,
tho wound is doing nicely.
Protracted services will begin on
thc second Sunday in August. Every
body is urgently Invited to attend
and assist in making it a great re
Sid Hatfield Killed in West Virginia.
Welch, West Va., Aug. 1-Sid Hat
ftold, former chief of police of Mat
ewan, and Ed. Chambers, a police
man of that place, were killed in a
?un light in the court house yard
hore shortly before noon to-day. C.
V. Lively, a private detective, and
four other persons were arrested in
connection with the shooting.
Hatfield was arrested last week in
connection with tho shooting up of
tho town of Moha w. West Va., about
a year ago and brought to Welch,
where he was placed in Jail. Cham
bers also was to appear in court to
day lu connection with thc same case.
I lat Held was released on bail and was
with Chambers ?his morning, when
he became involved in a quarrel with
Lively and some Of his friends. In
the shooting which followed Hatfield
and Chambers were killed.
GIRLS! WHITEN SKIX
WITH LEMON JUICE.
Squeeze the juice of two lemons
into a bottle containing three ounces
of Orchard White, which any drug
store will supply for a few cents,
shake well, and you have a quarter
pint of harmless and delightful lemon
bleach. Massage this sweetly fra
grant lotion into the face, nock, arms
and hands oach day, thou shortly
noto tho beauty and whiteness of
En motts stage beauties uso this
lomon lotion to bleach and bring
that soft, clear, rosy-white complex
ion, also as a freckle, sunburn and
tan bleach because It doesn't Irri
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TUM Nf??WS FROM ROILY? v
Looking Forward lo Richland Chin
Dcd ita t lon-Personal SoUk.
Bounty Land, Aug. 1.-fype< i :
Mrs. Julia D. Sh an kiln and, soi ?3.
It. Shanklin, spout Thursmy .h
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ii. Kelley at a
Miss Louise Clinkscalcs, <jf >- ir
tuttburg, ls visiting Miss Anuir Ic
Miss Cornella Foster was bosons
to tiulte a number of young people
Friday evening In honor of her boise
guests, Misses Cecil Foster and Clui
tlia Rhine and Charles Foster, o?
Mississippi. Mis.s Foster ts ? most
charming entertainer, and on this
occasion fun . heil unite a number
of novel anti ..musing diversions,
which characterized it as ono of the
moat delightful functions of the s*a
son. Lemonade was served through
out the evening, and ice cream vas
served before thc departure of the
An evont which Is being looked
forward to with happy anticipations
is the home-coming of many of tho
former Richlundltes on the occasion
of tho dedication of the remodeled
church of Richland, on next Sabbath,
Aug. 7th. Tho dedicatory sermon
will lie delivered by Kev. C. G. Mayes
of Greenville, a former pastor of tin1
church. Revs. T. M. Stribling and J.
T. Dendy, ministers who have gone
ont from Ibis church, are exported
to be present, as well as quiten num
ber of visitors. A picnic dinner will j
be served in the shade on the church
grounds a built I o'clock. The paulie
is invited lo attend this service.
There will be services Friday and
Saturday preceding the dedication.
Little Miss Mary Thompson, of
Westminster, mot with a painful ac
cident Saturday morning while vis
iting in the home of W. D. Wright,
in some way a piece of timber fell
on her foot, breaking tho bonn of
and almost severing the great loe.
She was immediately taken home,
where she received surgical audi
tion, and was resting easily a few
hours later. We join in tho hope for
her early recovery.
lt will be quite interesting news
to the many friends of Hei'man Alley
to know that he was .licensed to
preach on Saturday, July 23d Ho
conducted services .several times dur
ing the. protracted meeting at Pop
lar last week. We hope his efforts
Will bo productive of much go^d.
... r;. Sallie i : .' ... and dhu; H teri
liss \'tra. returned tho latter part
ot last week fro*ni Marietta *..,
whore me bad boen gut >'?: ~>t Mr,
and Mrs. H. O. McMa-haU. ~
Mr. and Mrs. Samson Strom, of
McCormick, and Mrs. Williamson
Mills, of Greonsboro, M. C., were late
guests of Mr. and Mrs .J. A. Dendy.
Mrs. W. H. Hughs returned Thurs
day from a delightful visit to rela
tives in Pickens.
Mr. and Mrs. Kniest Lewis and
Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis, of Pick
ens, were late guests tn the homes of
W. R. and G. A. Lynch.
Miss Susan Doyle, who has been
a victim of malaria for ihe past two
weeks, is at homo with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Dole, having ar
rived- Wednesday. 'Her friends hope
for her early recuperation.
Mr. and Mrs. Toni Rice and Mr.
and Mrs. Hovy Marlin, oi the High
Bridge section, were guests in this
community tho first of the week.
A charming entertainment which
we failed to mention last week was
the reception given Hie s. T. G. Club
by Miss Carrie McMahan on the af
ternoon of Friday, the J 2d ult. The
guests were most pleasantly engagod
during social hours, anti a delicious
menu followed. Tho next meeting of
tho club will be with Miss Willie
Rev. T. M. Stribling. of Waynes
boro, is visiting his brother, J. P.
Stribling, and will remain until af
From nie Pine Grove Section.
Town ville. R. P. I).. Aug. 1.
Special: Tho Misses Stephenson, of
Townville, entertained the teachers
of Pine Grove -Misses Kathlyn Dodd
and Pearle Walker and Margare'
Livingston- at a beautiful lawn par
ty last Wednesday evening at their
lovely country home.
The Pine Grove school opened last
Monday with Miss Pearle Walker, of
Greenville, as principal; Miss Kath
lyn Dodd, of Westminster, as Inter
mediate teacher, anti Miss Margaret
Livingston, of Orangcburg, as teach
er of the primary department.
Misses Dodd, Walker and Living
ston (attended the lawn party at
Townville last week, given by Miss
Boleman in honor of Miss Udna Shir
ley and Miss Rurdetto, of Georgia.
Reunion Near Oak way.
There will he a family reunion nt
tho home of Joe Price on Monday,
Aug. 8 th, near Oak way. Tho public
is cordially Invited to attend and
bring well-filled baskots.
Largo Gathering of tile Kindred and
Friends ut Birthday Reunion.
Old Pickcns, July 30. - Special:
On Tuesday, July 26th, there assem
bled at tho beautiful home of Mr. and
Mrs. M. C. Morgan, on Koo woe river,
near Old Picketts, about two hun
dred and ilfty relativos and friends
Itt celebration of the 80th birthday
ot' Mrs. Martha Volrath and a re
union of the Volrath and Morgan
All sizes, ages and sexes were
there, from the Infant In its mo
ther's arms to the aged grandfa
ther (Robert Roberson), lovely girls
radiant tn their youthful beauty;
handsome young men and middle
aged parents, all of whom seemed to
bo Joyful and happy. Tho day was
fair, and i.o place an ideal one for
such an occasion.
The-forenoon was spent In various
ways. Tho innocent - little children
played and laughed in tho beautiful
y i rds surrounding the handscnic res
idence; music, both vocal and ln
slrumental, furnished amusement
for those so inclined, while :;ome
wended their way to tiio high bridge I
near by, and still others scattered in
groups under ibo shade of the treen,
discussed crops and other things.
About noon tables over forty feet
long wore spread underneath tho
beautiful shade trees in tho front
yard, and boxes, baskets and other
vessels were emptied of their deli
cious contents, and after prayer hy
Kev. Morgan all partook of a most
sumptuous dinner, consisting of all
kinds of substantial eatables, delica
cies and refreshments too numerous
to mention. After nil had partaken
of this .sumptuous feast it looked as
if as many moro could have feasted
on tho remnant.
Tho afternoon until limo to stait
for home was spent in amusement,
recreation and conversation. Tho im
mense crowd was perfectly orderly,
and dil seemed to enjoy themselves,
especially the aged grandmother,
who seemed delighted with the love
and attention shown her by her kin
dred and friends. The old lady is
well preserved for one of her age.
The kindred present were: Adam
Volrath, wife and three children;
John Volrath, wife and three chil
dren; Louis Volrath, wife and four
children; William Volrath. wife and
two children; Victor Volrath; Earle
Roberson, wife and two children; E.
S. Waldrop; wife and two children:
Gladys Pelfroy, Rossie Powell and
child: Ifanuio Pe if roy, A HI? io Volrath,
Misses Lol?. Dena and Lillie Hollis,
Mrs. Lillian W.O0(!aJl and two chil
dren of Commerce. Ga.; M. C. Mor
gan, wife and three children; J. A.
Morgan, wife and six children; Frank
Morgan, wife and two children; F. S.
Morgan, wife and three children; IS.
M. Morgan, wife and five children;
Vendo Morgan and wlffl, C. 'F. Mor
gan and wife; W. C. Morgan, wife
and child; .1. D. Cater, wife and four
children; Miss M. V. Burton, Victor
.Burton, Major Burton.
Robert Roberson was the oldest of
the kindred present, being past sev
enty, and the two little children of
Mrs. Lillian Waddell are of the fifth
gonoralion. N. B. Cary.
Xews Notes from Chunga.
Changa, Aug 1.-Special: ff hool
opened here July 25th, with a bright
prospect. Miss Ethel Fant, of Birm
ingham, Ala., is principal of tho
school, with Miss Laura Matheson as
assistant. We had willi us at tho
opening our Representative, Mr.
Bruce, who gave us a nice talk on
tho subject of education. When it
comes to educational matters or the
building of good roads our people
seem to be willing to go tho 1 i tn i t on
Clifton Adams, of Seneca, was in
our midst recently. He carno over to
place a monument at the grave of
Hie lalo W. I. Dickson.
We aro having tho hottest weather
of the season now, and Cobb's Old
Mill, on Changa, has become quite a
summer resort. People come for
miles to hallie in this mountain
J. R. Suttles is our champion for
age grower. Ho has fifteen acres of
land sowed in peas. He is not in the
market for Western hay.
John Bold has tho finest cotton In
this section. He planted his colton
There is quite a lot of sorghum in
our section 'his year.
\V. J. Bright holds the ribbon for
tho best hand to make syrup.
Our Sunday school is progressing
nicely with J. R. Black as Superin
tendent and VV. N. Sullivan as secre
Wo aro expecting the protracted
mooting to begin boro on tho third
Sunday in this month.
To Clean Whit miro Cemetery.
Tho Whltmlro coniotory needs to
have some work done on lt In tho
way of cleaning off. All persons in
terested ploaso moet there on Satur
day, August 6th, at 8 a, m., with
hoes and rakos. C. D. Perry.
Three Pound Tin <
med Caps, 100 to the pa
* Fruit Jar Caps an
Ware, Aluminum and
- ICE CREAM
Just received shipment i
in arriving. Will sell
until the lot is gone.
We have a stock of pop
you money on these ou!
As a Money Crop!
It will pay every farmer to have nt '?
least ono aere of ALFALFA for euell I
head of live stock on his farm. It is J
one of tho best forage crops grown, j
and it is also one of the best money j
crops you eau grow. If it is properly
sown, it will make from four to (ive
toiLs to the acre, and it is now re
ta lied at $40.00 per ton. The first
year's crop will pay a handsome pro
lit on the outlay, and one sowing will
bust from eight to teni years. For the
first two or three years you are at
no additional expense, and nfter that
it is prolltablo to broadcast ?iOO or
400 pounds of 1? per cent Acid to
tho nero every your, ll o one- of the
most profitable crops grou'.n, r.^id
with th? boll weevil Invading this
. onion of th?* country, farmers will1
lind it advantageous to havo many
supply crops and as many money
crops a.s possible, and ALFALFA is
one of the best, of each. The few
acres you will have in ALFALFA will
pay you very much l>otter than twice
ns many acres in cotton.
ALFALFA should bo sown in Sep
tember, on good, strong, red, well
druiuod lund, well fertilized and well
Urned. The limo and the ALFALFA
SI0K|> should be arranged for in ad
vance of your needs. You can get
the fertilizer from us at any time;
wo can give you a fertilizer of splen
did analysis, and specially adapted
to the crop.
Clemson College will send you a
bulletin telling you how to prepare
your land, fertilize it, lime it, and
sow your seed or your neighbor who
has sown some can give you this in
formation ; but by nil means sow a
Ami then you w ill sell your alfalfa
in tbe summer, just when you need
Some farmers li nish their crops
with their alfalfa money.
& Oil Co..
Anderson, S. C.
Hut, whatever you do, don't use
lot. manure or stable manure; that
contains grass seed, and that will
give tho grass a start in our Alfalfa,
mid that is just what you wish to
avoid. You will not have to re-sow
ns long as you keep the grass out.
30-3 I -A. I*. & (). Ct).
NOTICIO OF ELECTION.
Tho State of South Carolina,
County of Oconoe.
To tho Qualified Electors and Resi
dent Freeholders of Legal Voting
Age in Block School District, N'o.
!> : -
PLEASE! TAKE NOTICIO. That an
Flection will ho hold in Block School
District, No.9, at Block School House,
on SATURDAY. August 13th, 1021,
for the purpose of voling on tho
question of levying a Special Tax of
Six Mills on all taxable property In
said District, to be usod for school
purposes, in accordance with Section
17 12, Civil Code of South Carolina,
1912. Polls to opon at 7 A. M. and
close at 4 P. M.
L. F. HARBERT,
L. F. HARDEN,
H. C. MOOREH10AD,
Aug. 3, 1921. 31-32
?ans with Solder Hem
ickage, only $4.50.
d Rubbers, Enameled
Galvanized Ware at
[ FREEZERS -
3, 4 and 6 Quart? Late
them at close margin
:ANE MILLS AND
ular sizes and can save
\, S. C.
National Forest Timber tor Sale.
Souled bids will be received by the
Forest Supervisor, Fr nuki In, X. C.,
up to and including Sept. 2, 1921, for
all the merchantable dead timber
standing or down, and all tho live
limber marked or designated for cut
ting on an area embracing about 2.10
acres on tho L. ti. Kuli t man tract, on
tho headwaters of Changa, a tribu
tary of Tugaloo Uiver. Xantahala
National Forest, South Carolina, es
timated to be 100,000 feet B. M.,
more or less of yellow pine, poplar,
hickory, white oak, black oak, red
oak, chestnut oak and hemlock titu
ber. No bid of less than $3.00 per M
feet for yellow pine and white oak,
$0.00 for poplar and $1.50 for hick
ory, black oak, red Oak, chestnut oak
and hemlock will he considered.
$250.00 must be deposited with each
bid to be applied on tho purchase
price, refunded, or retained In part
a?< llonidoted damages, according to
conditions of salo. The right to re
ject an> and ail bids roserved. Before
dds oro submitted, full lu for mu tl ti
concerning the timber, ibo condition-;
ol sale., .'.nd-thu su^uiicsiun ol bids
should bo obtained from the Forest
Supervisor, Franklin, North Carolina
Aug. 3, 1921. 31-34
The State of South Carolina. Coun
ty of Oconee.- (In Court of Probate)
-By V. F. Martin. Esq., Probate
Judge.-Whereas, W. J. Schroder,
C. C. C. P., has made suit to me to
grant him Letters of Administration
of the Estate of and Effects of J. B.
BURGESS, Deceased -
These are, therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of tho said J. B.
BURGESS, Deceased, that they be
and appear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at Wal
halla Court House, South Carolina,
on Monday, the 29th day of Aug
ust, 1921, after publication horeof,
at 11 o'clock in tho forenoon, to
show cause, If any they havo, why
tho said Administration should nor.
Given under my hand and seal this
13th day of July. A. D. 1921.
(Seal.) V. P. MARTIN.
Judge of Probate for Oconee Co., S.C.
Published on tho 20th and 27th
days of July and 3d. 10th, 1Tth and
24th days of August, 1921, In The
Koowoe Courier, and on the Court
House door for the time proscribed
July 20, 1 921. 29-3.4
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
State of South Carolina,
County of- Oconee.
To the Qualified Electors and Resi
dent Freeholders of Legal Voting
Age in Speed's Crook School Dis
trict, No. 28: -
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: That an
election will be held in Speed's Creek
School District, at the Public School
Building, on THURSDAY, August 4,
1921, for thc purpose of voting on
the question of levying a Special Tax
of Six Mills on ?ill taxable property
in said District, to be used for school
purposes, in accordance with Section
1742, Civil Code of South Carolina,
'.:>!'_'. Polls to open at 7 A. M. and
c'.o.-e at I p. M.
T. W. BROCK,
J. O. CAMPBELL,
T. A. M OD RIO,
L. C. SPEARBS,
Superintendent of Education.
July 27, 1921. 30-31
Bricks, burned thoroughly, were
used in building tho Tower of Babel.
Alcohol novor solidifies, but be
comes viscid at very low t?mpora*
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Day?
Druggists refund money If PAZO OINTMENT falla
to cure Itch In?, Blind, Blcedta* or Protruding Piles.
Instantly relieves ItchlnR Piles, and you can itet
restful uleop after tho first application. Price 60c.