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At tho I). A. lt. School. .
Tamaasee, Au?. 20.-Special: Sun
day afternoon services were held ns
fr usual at. the.D. A. R. School. Rev.
Mr. Langston, pastor of the First
Baptist church of Walhalla, was in
charge of the services.
In addition tq the usual class room
.work tho .girls haVe been studying
I hygiene through the making of health
posters. They have studied balanced
diet, adenoids, health rules, trouble
T? tMs way, and have made posters that
are both attractive and b?n?ficiai.
Noxt week Miss Bcjiley, of tho
Home Demonstration Department, is
expected, and will teach rag mg
making and the making of organdie
Mrs. J. T. McLeos, of Greenwood,
is expected also and will teach tho
girls to make sweaters. The wool is
being furnished by the Kosciusko
I Chapter of tho D. A. R., of Green
wood. Mrs. Melles will act as houso
mother during the last week.
Friday night Gie State' Board of
Health will have a representative at
the school and will give a free pic
ture show. This ls being advertised
W extensively and the whole community
is invited to attend.
.Monday night, Aug. 29th, the school
will close with an extract from"Sand"
and an address. Tho State Superin
tendent of Education has been invited
< to deliver this address, and lt is sln
" cerely hoped that it will be so that he
can accept. The girls have invited
friends and relativos to come early
and to bring a basket supper, so that
they can attend. All the neighboring
communities aro invited to do the
Spartanburg Overrun with Vagrants.
Spartanburg, Aug. 20.--This sec
tion is overrun with vagrants. Fight
were sent to tho chaingang yester
day by a local magistrate and two hy
the recorder, six or eight arc hoing
rounded up every day. There is a
lot of car-breaking and petty larceny.
There is hardly a night that box cars
at Mayne aro not entered, and small
store:; on the outskirts of the city are
tho prey of the wanderers.
Yesterday afternoon, while Mrs. .1.
h. Keller, former school attendance
oft!cor, was away from homo, some
one entered the house and proceeded
to eat and carry away all she had
cooked. The partios sat at tho table
and helped themselves to what abo
had prepared for tho family's supper
and thou took off what was left, ex
cept a half cake of butter and a cako
of cornbread. A wholo pound cake
disappeared, as did all tho biscuits,
hut tho cornbread was not touched.
Of tho ten rounded up yesterday
only ono was a negro.
Will Ask Restoration of Monarchy.
Vienna, Aug. 21.-Former Empe
ror Charles, of Austria-Hungary, is
said to be planning to ask the coun
cil of tho League of Nations to con
sent to tho restoration of tho mon
archy in Hungary.
un ls Coming j
full length Drapes. |
ailoring Co. f
JLA, S. C.
UY FOR CASH.
Now Hope, Auj?$v3$rt-Special: A
series of protracted' services has Just
come to a close at this place. Rev.
M. J. st an s (>i ably did the preaching,
while Mr. .Holding, of Pickens, had
charge of the revival music. Seven
teen additions were made to the
church. The baptizing; will be wjth
Wolf<Stake church, at thejr^a^ptizlng
place, best' known vas^ ^&W&sA(?i\\
pond, oh Sunday .moV'*
Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Hammond, Of
Springfield, S. C., ate spending their
vacation with the former's mother.
Mrs. I. E. Hammond. Rev. Hammond
attended the meeting of the Heaver
dam Association at Coneross and has
been assisting in the meeting that has
just come to a close here. This week
Rev. Hammond and others expect to
take a trip to I lendersonville and
other places of interest in the moun
tains. Rev. Hammond has many
friends here who wish for him at all
times the best of success.
Mr. and Mrs. 1). W. Maynes, of
Atlanta, are spending a ten-days' va
cation at the homes of their fathers
here, H. L. Haynes and T. M. Elrod,
respectively. They will return to
their homo to-day.
Miss (?race Kelly, of Central, has
been visiting her cousin, Miss Can
Annie Kelly. Miss Kelly spent some
time here last summer, and she has
a number of friends who were glad
to see her again. Miss Jessie Knox,
who has been in Atlanta, accompan
ied Miss Kelly home and will spend
a week with her
Hen Kelly, of Six-Mile, Pickens
county, is spending a few days with
his daughter, Mrs. H. R. Hoggs.
Miss Sallio White, who has been
teaching near Pendleton, spent tho
week-end at her home here,
1). L, Malone, Mr. and Mrs. James
Malone and two interesting children,
of Columbia, spent part of tholr vu
vacation at the home of T. M. El rod.
Mrs. J. L. Kell's father, Mr. Jones,
and her sister, Mrs. W. C. McLees, of
I Anderson, spent the week at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kell.
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Cored by Hull, Farmer Die.*-.
Greenville. Aug. 21.--Wm. Coth
ran, a young farmer who lived on the
Laurens road, a few miles from this
eley, died in a local hospital here to
day as a result of injuries received
when ho was attacked on his place
this morning by an Infuriated bull.
Mr. Cothran was pinned by the bull
to the side of a barn when he went
into his barn lot to, tie one of the
two bulls which he owned. Ono of
tho bull's horns entered his body to
a depth of six or eight inches, and
the man's death was attributed to
loss of blood.
Tho Leathers Reunion.
Tho annual reunion of tho Asa
Leathers family will he held at South
Union on Wednesday, Aug. 21. All
th$ relatives and friends of the fam
ily are urged to como and help to
make this tho liest reunion we have
ever had. W. M. Lemmons. Pres.
NEWS NOTES F HOM COXKUOK.s.
Marriage o? Twp Young couples An
Coneross, Aug. 22.-Special: Dr.
W. J. Langston conduct ?ul a few days
of protracted services at Coneross
last week, and it was decided to
postpone the meeting until the first
?Sunday in September, when Kev. Mr.
Graham will begin a series of meet
ings. Wo invite everybody to attend
all the services and enjoy the meet
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison, of
West Union, were recent visitors at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O'. Al
I exander, of this community.
Mr. and .\frs. Frank Montgomery
of Walhalla, were week-end guests
of Mrs. s. M. ITunsinger.
Married, at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Cle
land, of near Westminster, Miss Ora
Cleland and T. D. Harker, of Con
eross. The marriage took place on
Sunday. Aug. 21st, at 6 p ttl, Rev.
J, G. Martin, of Allendale, performed
Gie ceremony. Quite a number of
?jfcejatives and a few friends witnessed
.the marriage. The bride and groom
are spending to-day with the Barker
family here, and they were accom
panied by tho bride's mother and sis
ter, Miss Maude; also by Harold Cox,
of Toccoa, Ga. They will leave'this
afternoon for Toccoa, where they will
spend a few days with relatives. The
young couple have the best wishes
of a host of friends.
Mrs. Cora Dilworth and daughter,
Miss Myrtle, visited friends in thia
community the past Wjoek. . ?
Keith Alexander, of our commu
nity, and Miss Mary Gambrell, of
near here, drove to the home of Rev.
ti, \VV. langston, of Wathala, Sun
.dtr^^T?cin last abouts ilo'clock
i^^t^v^^^^s^^^^d^va8 quito a
surprise to many of their friends
here, who will join with us in ex
tending to the young couple the very
best of good wishes. They will pro
bably make their home in this com
Tho Sunbeam Hand will give nii
interesting program next Sunday
night in connection with the B. Y. 1\
ll. Everybody is invited to attend.
Misses Fidealia and Ruth Hall, of
Iva, Anderson county, were welcome
guests at. the home of J. D. Abbott
Mrs. John Arve, of Madison, spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. H.
W. Arve, of this place.
Horace H. Duncan ?pent last Sa?>
urda and Sunday with his parents at
Miss galena DuBose left this morn
ing, after having spent a very pleas
ant vacation here with relatives and
STOLE STILL FROM GREENWOOD
Sherill's Ollico in Court House-Thc
Offenders (Jet Away.
Greenwood, Aug. 20.-No develop
ments had come to light to-night in
tho robbery of a fifty-gallon still from
the sheriff's ofllc? a few hours aftei
its capture. Officers declared thej
luid clues which might lead to arrests
in the near future. The still, the larg
est ever captured in this county, wa:
taken boldly on', of tho front, door -1
the court house and hauled away on
The coppor outfit was in full op
eration when captured Friday after
noon on tho Greenwood county side
of Saluda river, a short distance
above Smith's bridge. A negro, Ches
ter Hawkins, according to officers
was catching tho liquor in a jug as
H ran from the still. Hawkins wai
arrested and admitted to Jailer T.W,
McMillan that ho had been helping
mako liquor at tho still. Besides thc
still 2 0 gallons of corn liquor and
24 GO-gallon mash barrels-all bul
1 1 of which had been run - were cap
The theft of thc still from thc
sheriff's office is regarded by officers
ns '.he most audacious in the annals
of the county. Thieves apparently
gained entrance through a window
and unlocked tho doors from the In
side. The still was taken out through
tho front door, loaded on an automo
bile or truck and carried away with
out being discovered. Oflieers did not
discover the robbery until they carno
to the olllce this morning.
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LIVES AT MACON
<VWooden Hotel is Razed
round by Flame?.
, Aug. 22.-Three per
wn to havo lost their
re which destroyed tho
, a frame hotel, boro i
and firemen expressed
Ut tho death list would
Increased when the ru
side of tl
ins of the'piitn?d structure had been
ox p 1 o r od^';jw? i '
John rt^M^Vs, a former justice of
tho peace, Iwo lived at the hotel, was
one of- 'fofw hilled. Tho bodies of
two moniwhich wore taken from the
second flopr.'bf tho building to-day.
??h iden ti fled,
lately twenty of tho one j
ra fifty guests of tho hotel
id In the lire, which fol
Splosion of chemicals in
drug store. Ono whole
? hotel was smashed.
BB most seriously Injured
ginsburg, of Atlanta, nu
?pl?yed by tho Central of
pifvay,; who had both legs
..jumping from the third
?jr's who Jumped, were moro
Many??^i^st^ were cut off from the
staircas?sguyjbf?e first blast of flames,
and the ginger part of these had only
one me?ii? $j>* . egress-that of leap
H??jbie windows. Specta
jSidewalks saved some of
j.lnjhjry by catching them
js. Destruction of the ho
hampored the work of
of the dead and in
ouae was the oldest
tty an<t../was located
uslnesa 'center. The
he wooden structure
Plumb Stfedt to Poplar street. v
'The explosion occurred at 10.30
and was not brought under control
until several hours later. The ruins
were still smouldering to-day. Elec
tric power lines in the down-town
district were prostrated and firemen
worked by the light of the burning
building, which illuminated the en
tire center of the city.
Two other hotels near tho Brown
House were saved.
Ten injured persons from the fire
were being treated in city hospitals
J. W. Hays, sixty years old, died
on the way to the hospital. Mr. Hays
received Injuries when he jumped
from a window.
XEWS NOTES FROM TA MASSEE.
Several Accident? Recorded-T.
Kelley and Family Move.
.Walhalla,Rt. 2, Aug. 2 2.-Special:
Mrs. Myra Br?cke is very sick, hav
ing suffered a stroke of paralysis a
week ago. We hope for her early re
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Nix had the misfortune to
get her arm broken last Saturday*
while playing on tho bed, falling and
breaking the arm at. the elbow. Wo
hopo that little Willie will soon bo
all right again.
Mrs. Kate and Miss Nettie Whit
mire spent some timo in Seneca last
week visiting Mrs. Whitmire's daugh
ter, Mrs. Littleton.
Mr. Posey, who lives at tho Lay
mill place, had the misfortune to cut
ono of his fingers and thumb about
half way off while cutting stove wood
J. K?. Kelley ls on the sick list', bu'
ls now able to bo up and about his
E. E. and W. M. S. Cowan aro fin
ishing up a nico cottage at the I). A.
There is pi ?aching every Sunday
afternoon at tho D.A.R. school build
ing. Kev. I. E. Wallace, of Seneca,
preached last Sunday. Services aro
being conducted by tho various pas
tors of tho county, thus giving tho
people of this soctlon opportunity to
hear all. Everybody is invited to at
tend these services.
Miss Lizzie satter field, of Bash ,
ls spending some time with her fa
ther and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Sat ter fl eld, at Tamassee.
David Satterfleld cut his hand, In
flicting quito a painful wound, while
splitting a brake-block one day last
T. M. Kelley and family moved last
week to Columbia. Their many
friends regret to loso them fi om our
have just announced the
on Samson Tractors of
duct ion of $425 on
The Tractors have beci
are a great deal bett
practically half thc price,
you cannot afford to d<
ADUI/T SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT
Vor Goonoo, Anderson tuul Picken*
Will bo Held at Clemson S7th.
The adult schools of Oconee, An
derson and Pickens counties will hold
their coinmencement exercises at
Clemson College on next Saturday,
All teachers and adult pupils, ns
well as the trustees of the schools,
are urgently requested'to be present.
A , great work has been accom^
plished in these counties this sum
mer in the drive against illiteracy,
and it is hoped that all interested
v/lll go to Clemson to ?pend the lase
day profitably as well as. pleasantly.
The State flag will hg given to tfiA
THE F?OCAIJ NEWS F HOM. SENECA
Visitors Who Come and Go-Inter
esting 'Meeting Church Society.
Seneca, Aug. 2.'5.-Special: Mrs.
J. C. Carey, Mr. and Mrs. VV. K. Liv
ingston and three children, of Green
ville, spent several days of ibo past
week' with Dr. and Mrs. D. 1?. Thom
Mrs. T. E. Stribling, of Greenville,
is visiting relatives and lier numer
ous friends In Seneca, and is receiv
ing a cordial welcome from them.
Mrs. Stribling is really one of Son
oca's own, but. adopted Greenville as
her home about four years ago. She
ls accompanied by her two young
grandsons, Raymond and Rob 'Edd
Monroe, from near Laurinburg, N. C.
The B. . P. U. of thc Baptist
church held an unfilially entertaining
mooting last week. After the pro
gram had been given and the busl-1
ness of tile day transacted, a delight
ful social hour was spent, and dur
ing this timo iced tea and sandwiches
Mrs. B. A. Lowery and children,
Bright, Jr., Milton and Richard,
spent several days recently in Wal
halla with Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Ham
Dr. C. A. Baskin arrived last week
to take charge of the precsription de
partment of Shirley's drug store.
While he is a native of Anderson
county, he has for a number of years
lived in Darlington, whero he \v":is
connected with one of the leading
drug stores of that city. Dr. Baskin
will bring his wife and child to Sen
eca as soon as ho can arrange for a
house. Seneca will give these good
people a hearty welcome in her
R. E. George and his very at
tractive daughter, Miss Evelyn, of
Atlanta, aro spending several days
in Seneca with friends. Mr. George
ls manager of the Morris Plan Bank
oT Atlanta, and is taking a much
needed vacation, which he ls spend
ing in and around Walhalla, tho
homo of his boyhood. He has rela
tives and numerous friends In this
section of the State who aro always
delighted to meet him.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Jo??nson and
Mrs. John E. Breazealo, of Ander
son, and Master Clarence Monts, of
Aiken, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Reid tho latter part of last wcok.
midst. Wo wish mom much success
in their now home.
There will bo a baptizing nt Flat
Shoals next first Sunday morning nt
1 0 o'clock by Rev. Wade Nicholson.
ir \92\ and '22 prices
$665. This is a re
last spring's prices.
ti greatly improved and
cr than last year, at
, If you need a Tractor
} without one at this
IMA N'S n%*t> BOU* UY .^AIliiOAD
ChnrUvsUm Man Thought io lluvo
Fallen from Moving Train.
Lake C?ty, S. C., Aug. 20.-Yester
day afternoon tho dead body of a
white man about 30 yearn of ago was
found in a railroad ditch near tho
track of the Atlantic Coast Line rail
road by the section hands, about a
half mile north of Newhope. Thia
morning Coroner Smith, of Florence
county, vrt?? Summoned atfd an In
quest was begun. From .the appear
ance of the railroad the lu^n.fell frp]n\
a moving train going'B'?uth, and " ho
apparently had boon (loud four br five
day$. Dr8. Lynch and 'Graham held,
a pofit mortem ew^ln.?^?^m.^. dhftv*
ken and that he had received other'
bruises. On his body was a .45 Colt's
magazine pistol and soveral car wires
for sealing box cars, and ho had on
at the time of his death a heavy sot
of eye-goggles. Nothing was found
on his person to identify tho man,
but later the local agent al F (fl ii g
ham came to the scene of the acci
dent and lecognized the body na that
of J, C. Motley, of Charleston. Mot
ley was employed by the Allantie
Coast. Line railroad tis a special agent,
for tho company. The olflclais of tho
company said that Molloy had been
missing for three days. The body was
prepared for shipment to Charleston.
MIK. (?CO. McKee Head.
Westminster, Aug. 19.--.Mrs. Ceo.
M. McKee died at her home lu tho
Pleasant Hill section last Wednesday.
She had been con lined to her room
for only ti few days. The body was
interred in the cemetery of Pleasant
Hill church yesterday, the funeral
services being conducted by ber pas
tor, Rev. J. A. Rond.
Mrs. McKee was n devoted Chris
tian lady and a consistent member of
Pleasant Hill Baptist church. Her
husband preceded her to the gravo
about ten years ago.
Mrs. McKee is survived by the fol
lowing children: Messrs. .lohn and
Fred McKee, and Mrs. Alma i/oo, of
Walhalla; Sloan and Ed McKee, of
Oklahoma, and William McKee, of
Alabama. One of her sons, Boss Mc
Kee, who had been In tho United
States naval service for fifteen years,
died in mid-ocean on his way lo
France in the early singes of tho
There sire hosts of friends of tho
deceased who will Join with the peo
ple of this community in extending to
the bereaved ones sincere sympathy
In their great sorow.
Novillo School Improvement.
The Neville School Improvement
Association will meet, next Friday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock at tho school
house. Kvery patron of tho district
is urgod to attend this meeting, and
wo especially want thoso who are in
terested In the adult school to bo
Now, patrons, our school will bo
Just what wo make it. Fach ono of
us has an opportunity to holp mako
our school ono of tho best In tho
county, so ploaso como and Join U9
in this work and lot's havo a good R.
S. I, A. and a good school.
Mrs. Sidney Blanchott,
President Neville R. S. I. A.