OCR Interpretation


Keowee courier. (Pickens Court House, S.C.) 1849-current, August 24, 1921, Image 8

Image and text provided by University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84026912/1921-08-24/ed-1/seq-8/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

C SPECIA
Friday and Saturds
j& J& J?? t\
R'OKMAK^N DUH
Walhal
100 pieces Pure White
Less chan J\Iai
WATCH O LT
lONE CENT A WORD
, ~" ~~ "'=~-~==i
1 (Small advertisements under 1
I this heading Inserted at rate of
j ono cont a word per Insertion. |
j Four Insertions for price of
i three.)
(NOTICIO.-No advertisement ac
cepted for (his column for 1J*JH than
I? cent?, one Insertion.)
FOR SALK-COAL-Delivered for
$11)..i lon, rash. I I KTRIOK 11 ( )S
IKUY MILL, Walhalla, s.e. 32-tf
FOR SALK-Infants' Sucks, per
pair sc. IIETRICK HOSIERY MILL.
Walhalla. S. C. 32-tf
MONEY TO LOA\ on Improved
Farm Lands lt. IO. UltUCE, Dick
ens S. C. 2C,-tf
ONE SHINGLE MILL and Engine
and one Two-llorso and ono OllO
llorse Wagon for sal.-. 'I'. E. ALEX
ANDER, Walhalla, S. C. 31-tf
'I WO FORDS, Ono Chevrolet, Ono
Maxwell Second Cars for salo cheap.
T. 10. A LEANDER, Walhalla, S. C.
27-tf.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.-Female
Collie Dog, white and lan; answers
to name of "Dixie." Liberal reward
for return to NAT C. NAVE, Wal
halla, S. C. 84
HEMSTITCHING and Picoting At
tachment; works on any sewing ma
chine; easily adjusted. Price $2.?O,
with full instructions. ORIENTAL
NOVELTY CO.. Uox I 1. Corpus Chris
ti, Texas. 34*
CLERKS, (Men, Women,) over 17,
for Postal Mail Service; $130 month.
Examinations Sop'ember. Experi
ence unnecessary. For free particu
lars write J. LEONARD, (former
Civil Service Examiner,) 514 Equita
ble Bldg, Washington. I). C. 33-36*
HF?R, SALE-90 Acres of Land,' 8
room House, 6-acre Apple Orchard,
running to public road loading from
Dillard, On., to Highlands, N. C. A
summer home for the city man. See
or write W. J. HOLDEN, Scaly, N.
V. 31-31*
FOR SAI,10.-Now ls tho time to
get your winter's supply of Dry stove
Wood, either Cord Wood or Slabs, I
foot lengths. $3.50 per cord; cul lu
blocks, $4.50 per cord; split ready
for thc stove. $5.25, A card will
hiing it. MARCI'S KINO, Route 1 .
Walhalla, S. C. 32-35*
FOR SAI.IO-lluiiap Collen Pick
ing Sheets, size 72xS.i inches, hem
med and made of new eight-ounce
burlap, price 32c. delivered by parcel
post. Send check or money order.
Sheels shipped on receipt of order.
Will ship any quantity, from one
.sheet up. TUE T. Q. ANDERSON
R A GC! INO AND TIE CO., Manufac
turers, Anderson, S. C. :?|-:!.".?
FOR SALI-:-Two Cars No. 2 and
.".'s Tackers Tin Cans, with solder
hemmed caps. Tho 3'? are packed
100 and 500 to container; Hie 2's
packed 12."> and .',00. We are naming
a special price $3.85 per hundred on
3's and $2.05 lier hundred on 2's, f.
o. h. Anderson, s. C. If interested
write or phone DEXTER GROCERY
Ct >., Anderson, S. C. :'. I - '.\ 1
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Revorend Thomas J. Maekin,
Rector.
P. O. ilox S2, Anderson, S. C.
*i* * *!* *?* * ** *!* *** *I***\* * *!* *!*
* LOCAL AND PERSONAL. -J.
1*.!-I*-I-I**********
Galvanized roofing in all lengths
til I. H. Alley's. West Union, s. c.
adv .33-3 I.
Miss Eunice Macaulay is visit
ing friends in Seneca this week.
U T, .laynes, Esq., left Monday
for a day or two ill Atlanta Oil pro
fessional business.
A large assort ment ol' crockery
ami glassware just received ?it Nor
man's Dry Goods Store. Also big
line rugs and squares, adv.
Mr. and Mrs. .lohn |>. Hutchison
announce the marriage of I heir
daughter Sara lo .1. \\\ Kay on Aug.
10th, 1021.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mowen and
children, of Liberty, spent several
days last and this week in Walhalla,
Visiting Mrs. Rowen's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. T. Hughs, and oilier rel
atives and friends,
-Tho Norman Dry Goods store
will start a weekly bargain sale of
a vario,y of useful articles. Watch
their windows. - adv.
L SALE
ty by F. E. Harrison
T j& j& J?
la, S. C.
: Enamelware, 48 Cents
?ufactor's Cost.
R WINDOW. .
-All makes standard towing ma
chine needles at Mosa & Ansel's,Wal
halla.-adv.-2-t-tf.
Misses Tabitha'Stribling, Kath
leen Kant and Catiline Steck spent
the past week-end at .locasseo with
a party of friends from Seneca.
Wo are requested by Senator NV.
P. Mason tn announce thal Dr. .1. W.
Daniel will preach at the Cross Hoads
Baptist church on the fourth (next)
j Sunday in August at ?{.?IQ p. m. The
public is cordially invited to attend.
Meei that man Weam al '?'. \V.
? & .1. K. Biluklltght'S, Walhalla, next
j Monday and Tuesday, Anti. 2!?l li and
! StOth. Mo is an authority oil fashions,
i fabrics untl tailoring and represents
the well-known (?lobe Tailoring Co.,
i o? Cincinnati. Iteiiieinher, uexl Mon
I day and Tuesday. adv.
Sherill W. M. Alexander was
' conilned lo his home Monday, and
i
yesterday with an attack of some
thing in thc nature of acute Indiges
tion, lie* was helter yesterday after
noon, and hopes to he quite himself
again within a day or two.
Mr. and Mrs. lidw. Cudworlh,
of Charleston, arrived in Walhalla
the latter part of last week and are
visiting at the home of Mr. Cud
worth's anni. Mrs. J. lt. Hughes. Mr.
('lulworth is pleasantly remembered
here as a .small hoy hy many of our
people.
-Wanted - An up-to-date, pro
gressive farmer, with up-to-date
farming implements, for two or three
horse farm near Mountain Rest, S. C.
Qood buildings, good barns, three
room tenant house; .">0 to tit? acres
good bottom land. 20 acres good up
land, 200 acres wired In for cattle
pasture, 10 acres lu hog pasture. Ap
ply at once to 10. L. Deration, Wal
halla. S. C.-ndv.-34.
.We are requested .o announce
(hat Kev. .1. ll, Tramcl will preach at
Whitewater church on Saturday
night before Ibo lirsi sunday in Sep
lem her, and also on Sunday morning
following al ll o'clock and at night
Kverybody invited, and the members
aro especially requested lo be pres
eut.
Tho co Ca go resilience of Mr
and Mrs. Mayne <?. Iones is heilt)
rushed lo completion hy the con
tractors, tho Messrs. Cowan, of Tit
mass?e. Mr. .Iones evpects to he able
tt> move 111 within two or three week'
\i present Hwy are occupying oil
of Arthur Drown s cottages, near h>
- Cor Sale -One new Cord trudi
with flood your pneumatic tires; also
one six-cylinder Buick live-pessenget
car, practically good as new. All at
a bargain. Will sell for cash Or goo;!
note. W. S. Brock, Seneca, S. C.
adv.-:', 1 ?if.
Miss My nie Hendricks, of l?roen
ville. who has heeii spending some
tillie With her cousin, Mrs. M. lt. Mc
Donald, left last (?Tidily for her home.
Miss Kendricks mad*' many friends
while in Walhalla, who hope lo have
her among them again at some future
I i me.
Mr au<l Mrs. Jesse T. Kayes, of
Dasi l'oint, (hi., were in Walhalla
for II short willie las; week visiting
among relatives and friends. They
were on their way to Cireeiiville, Mr
anti Mrs. Kayes have numerous wan.:
friends here who are always glad lo
see them. Mr. Haves [s a son of the
I hue (}00. W. I laves
See our pretty line of dry goods,
corsets, underwear, waists and skirts
Norman's Dry Doods Store, adv.
Kev. I.. M. Lyda la.-t Sunday
tdosed a meeting of eight days willi
Du? Iteturii church, in which he did
all Die preaching. The meeting was
well attended throughout, mid th?
church was revived and made ma
terially stronger ulong ?ill lines of it
work. Twenty-one members wen
added to the church I | by baptism
and seven hy Idler, the church at
Return is taking ntl new life in tin
various branches of its ivork. lt,has
a Sunday school, with an average at
tendance of Dui every Sunday, a D
V. i\ r. with 38 members, which ls
doing good work; a good W, M. I
and a line Sunbeam Hand.
Big line school supplies arrived
nt Norman's Drun store. Tho protti
est lot stationery. All kinds of new
novelties, nooks, Bibles, Testaments
Craphaphone records, adv. :?<!.'{">.
-Mies Clara Verrier, of Seneca,
spent several days here last week as
the guest o' Miss Pauline Steck.
-Mrs. C. G. Strong and Miss Cora
Strong returned to Walhalla last
week after having spent some time
at Montrent, N. C.
-Several hundred half-bushel bas
kets to go at 10c. each. J. H. Alloy,
West Union, S. C.-adv.-33-34.
- A big line of pretty new goods
in cut and pressed glass, china, pearl
and silver; baskets, lamps, mirrors,
pictures, frames. Norman's Stores.
Walhalla, adv.
- Mr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Neville
and little son returned last week from
Kock Hill, where (hey had been vis
iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Adams.
- Miss Pauline Hughs, of Atlanta,
ls in Walhalla spending some time
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T.
ll ughs, and among other relalteves
and her many friends.
-Just received, a largo line of
men's and hoys' hats and caps. All
sizes, colors and prices. J. H. Alley.
West Union. S. C. -adv.-3.1-34.
Mrs W. I). Fowler and two chil
dren, of Charlotte. N. C.. aro visiting
Mrs. Fowler's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. 'Collison, of the Pair View sec
tion for a week or ten days.
Wc an- requested by Kev. A. X.
Littlejohn, who is now at Montre;1!.
N, C.. to announce (hat there will bc
no preaching at Petrea'. Presbyterian
church on the fourth (next) Sunday.
DM- 2 M li.
- .Mr. and Mrs. George Maxwell
and children, of Columbia, are visit
ing at lin- linnie of Mrs. Maxwell'?
mother, Mrs. s. J. Hutchison. They
lia ve a host of friends here who art
glad to welcome them.
-Mrs. c. (I. Gentry, of Creenville
is spending a few weeks in Walhalla
with her mother, Mrs. S. 1'. Dendy
and other relatives. Mrs. Gentry has
a host of friends here In her old
home who are always delighted tc
meet her.
-Come in and let us fit you ur
with anything you need in shoes. Wt
have all kinds of them.. J. H. Alley
West Union, S. C.-adv.-33-34.
- All are invited to attend th'
closing exercises of the adult worl
at tho D. A. R. school on Monda;
evening next, Aug. 29th, at 8 o'clock
An extract from "Sand" will be givei
by the students and an address b;
somo speaker.
-Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Broom, .
Westminster, are visiting relativ,
and friends in Walhalla this week
They were once residents of Walhall:
and have many friends here who ar
always glad to welcome them back t>
their old home town.
?-We are requosied to aunounc
i lint Presiding Bider A. K. Holler, o
thc Anderson District, will preach i
Hie Walhalla Methodist church lies
Sunday morning, Aug. 28th, at 1
o'clock. I inmediately after preachin
i he fourth quarterly conference wll
lie held. The public is cordially in
vi ted to attend this service.
When you buy clothing you wan
it right. Weam, the Globe Tai lorin
Company's representative, will be si
our store next Monday and Tuesday
Aug. 29 and 30. Don't fail to call o
him ?hen. He is an authority on fal
rles as well as tailoring. If you hav
ever worn Globe clothing you war
it again. If it is new to you, then yo
will lind a pleasant surprise awai
lng you in the handsome fabrics an
stylish tailoring that Mr. Weam wi
exhibit. Remember the date-ne:
Monday and Tuesday. C. W. & J. I
Bailkllight, Walhalla. - adv.
- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lilly, <
Kansas City, Kansas, are in Walhall
for a mom li or more. Mr Lilly ha'
int; rome here to complete the ole
trlcal worl .( the Keowee Yarn Mil
This work was begun last spring tn
der Mr. Lilly's supervision. .Inn bus
ness conditions at thal lime did n<
warrant the completion of the woi
then, and it was suspended tempor:
rily. Mr. and Mrs. Lilly made mai
friends here while among us sever
months ago. and they are being mo
cordially welcomed. Mr. Lili; is b
ing assisted in his work by Mr. (}|
lespie. of Greenville.
A marriage which < ;imc as
pleasant surprise lo tile many fr lem
of the contracting parlies was th
of Miss Sara Hutchison and J. \
Kay, both of Walhalla, which tot
place at Toecoa, (ia., on AUK. I Ot
The young' COU plo were arrompa nh
to Toecoa by Miss Winnie Davis ai
Lloyd Brown, who witnessed the ce
oniony, which was performed by tl
Kev. Langsford, pastor of the Mot
od 1st church at Toecoa. Tho bride
the daughter of Mr. and Mps. .lol
P, Hutchison and is one of thc mc
attractive young ladies of thc you
ger set of Walhalla, 'l in- groom is
son of Mr. and Mrs. \\'. ,|, o. RP
and is at present employed with t
County Highway Commission, dot:
road construction. Mr. anil Mrs. R
have the good wishes and congrai
la thins of a host of friends, wi
whom 'ibo Courier joins. They a
"THE MONEY YOU DO
Using Cypr
"A Dollar J
Be thrifty. If you'
ing, shed, fence ^or
InaUt on "Tide Water"
Cypr?s?-you can iden
tify it by this mark.
because Cypress
" He who uses Cyj
Write us for list of FREE ]
and no substitutes" from y
SOUTHERN CYP
20
YOUR LOCAL DEALER WILL S
at present at borne to their friends
at the residence of Mrs. Ray's par
ents on Main street.
- Miss Annie Strutton, accompan
ied by Miss Margaret McKinney, of
Birmingham, spent last week-end in
Abbeville as guests of Mrs. J. II.
Shelley.
-Mrs. W, K. Sharp and son,
Frank, of SanoTy Springs, and Harold
Webb, of Columbia, carno up for thc
reunion of Orr's Regiment and were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. .lames M.
Moss while in town.
--A. I). McKinney and daughter.
Miss Margaret, and son Carl, of Bir
mingham, 1 Ala., wore guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Grant last week.
They returned to their home yester
day.
- Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Smith, of
Klnartls. and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Stevenson, of Townville, have re
turned to their homes, after spend
ing several days In Walhalla at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. M. Moss.
-Mrs. L. T. Simmons left last
Sunday afternoon for {Lincoflnton,
N. C., having been summoned by tel
ephone message announcing the se
rious illness of Mrs. Sain, a young
friend of Mrs. Simmons. Before her
marriage Mrs. Sain wno Miss Annie
Levandusky, of New York State, but
had made her home for several years
here with Mrs. Simmons. There are
many friends who will Join with us
in tho hope that Mrs. Sain may be
speedily restored to health.
-Willis Clayton, who is employed
by a Georgia construction company,
was In Walhalla for a short while
yesterday. Mr. Clayton was at one
time employed by tho Wright-Nave
Company, well known contractors,
who are now engaged on extensive
road-working contracts in this coun
ty for the Highway Commission. Mr.
Clayton has numerous friends hero
who were pleased to meet him again.
-To-morrow (Thursday), Aug.
2">th, the Southern railway will op
erate a popular excursion to Charles
ton for Sullivan's Island and the Isle
of Balms. Excursion points embrace
practically the whole of the Pied
mont section of North and South Car
olina. Passengers from this territory
can take regular Blue Ridge trains,
which will make connection at Bel
ton with the C. and G. division train,
which will operate In conjunction
with the special trains for Charles
ton. The following schedule of round
trip fares will ho effective: Leave
Walhalla ( B. It. train No. 2) 7.10 a.
m., round trip fare $6.50; loaveWest
minster (Southern train No. 46), fare
$G.r,0; leavo Seneca (15. R. train No.
2) 7.45 a. m , $6.50; leave Pendleton
S.2 1 a. m.. $6.25; leavo Anderson 9 a.
m., $6.00; arrive Belton 9.30 a. m.,
$6.00'. All fares subject to addition
of war tax; tickets good returning on
all regular trains leaving Charleston
lip lo midnight of Monday. Aug. 29.
(iotting Rid of "White Elephants."
Washington, Aug. 22. The Ship
ping Board to-day was in a fair way
of getting rid of Ibo major portion of
its "white elephants," the war-time
constructed wooden ships.
Official announcement by the board
contained Hie information that bids
submitted by the ship construction
and trading corporations of New
York of $2,100 each for 205 of the
2s;> wooden crail had boon accepted.
Tho announcement added that thc
New York company's and the hoard's
signatures to the contract wore ex
pected to-morrow.
Vice-Chairman O'Connor, of the
board, commenting on tho salo, said
Hit; price was exceedingly low In view
of tho cost of the 285 vessels, recent
ly estimated hy Chairman La sk cr at
$2:10,000,000. Mr. O'Connor pointed
out that the board long had sought
to sell tho wooden ships, and said
that tho alternative to salo at a low
price was allowing tho boats to rot
at anchor.
Subscribe for The Courier. (Best)
N*T HAVE TO SPEND ON REPAIRS IS ALL PROFITS' -
ess " mends the rip in a leaky purse."
Saved Is a Dollar Earned/'
re going to build or repair, any sort of build
anything around the place, use
CYPRESS *<?&T
iHE WOOD ETERNAL"
defies decay and lasts practically forever.
Dress builds but opce." That's real economy.
PLANS for farm buildings-but In thc meantime insist on "CYPRESS
our local lumber dealer-no matter for what purpose you buy. Address
<
RESS MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION
0 Graham Ilulldfng, Jacksonville Flu.
UPPLY YOU. IF HB HASN'T ENOUGH CYPRESS LET US KNOW AT ONCB.
<3&
REPORT OF STATE AID RECEIVED BY DIS
TRICTS FOR YEARS 1919-20 AND
1920-21, BY DISTRICTS.
Xo
1
and Name of District- ,
Townvtllo.
Tekoona. ?J
Providence .
Kuturu.
5 Dak way.
? Fair Clay.
7 South Inion.
S Ko treat.
ii Block.
10 Tabor .
1 1 Hopewell.
Cleveland.
Tuga loo.
Unity.:.
Toxaway.
IG Molly Springs.
1 7 Westminster.
1 S Clearmont.
19 Richland.
2 0 Bounty Land.
21 Blue Ridge.
22 Oak Grove.
23 Changa .
24 Zion.
25 Neville.
26 Walhalla.
27 West Union.
2 8 Speed's Creek.
29 Friendship.
3 01 Shiloh.
31 Corinth.
32 Clemson-Calhoun.
33 Fa I rv lew-Cher ry l.
34 Fairview.
35 Koo wee.
3(? noon's Creek . . ..
3 7 Norton.
3 S I saqueena.
40 Fall Branch.
I 1 .loeassee.
42 Salem.
Little River.
Cheohee .
Tnmassee.
Flat Shoals.
Picket Post.
Bear Pen .
Village Creek.
Oconee Creek .
Bethlehem.
52 Mill Creek.
54 Chattooga.
55. Belmont.
50 .Mountain Grove. . . .
571 Rich Mountain.
58 Poplar Springs.
59 Long Creek.
60 Brasstown.
Ill Damascus.
62 Pulaski.
fi3 Seneca .
65 Oconee Station. .
fifi Fort George.
Union.
Reedy Pork .
Ebenezer.
Newry.
Earle's Grove.
7 3 Fa I rile ld.
74 Crawford.
7 5 Madison.
7 <. Smelt zer.
7 7 Zimmerman. .
I ii I !)-20.
3 0 0 . no
.Mm . <ni
MOO.00
500 . ?">
500 . (>?>
200.00
100.00
so. 04
73 .00
10 0.00
100.00
4", . 00
100.00
50. oo
2,012.00
200.00
200.00
2 1-5. 001
200 . 00*
.100 . 00
70.00
100.00
1,033 . 75
305.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
350.00
59 0.00
4 G . 00
07 . 00
43
4 ?
45
40
4 7
4 S
I il
fid
51
00
00
00
0 0
00
G7
OS
(1!)
70
7 1
5 0 0
3 5
S2
100
3 1 5
3 0 0.00
35 . 0 0
GO . 00
200.00
1 00.00
1 5 . 00
200.00
59 . 00
213
,;20
24
64
27
100
28
2.2G7
100
5 G
100
1 00
0 0
0 0
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
no
00
100.00
100.00
3 0 0.00
100.00
1 00.00
100.00
0 0 . oo
Totals. $15,3 0.', . SO
00
00
00
00
1920-21
3,023. no
3,748. 00
200.00
*_'..".7o . 00
2,179.00
1,263.00
1 00
9 I
1,5 6 2
585
100.o 0
7 S 7 . 0 0
49 . 00
100.00
mo.oo
G,85?.90
200.00
200.00
22G.00
0G2.00
3.3SS.00
606.00
227.00
100.00
5,022.70
1.125.00
100.00
100.00
,100.00
100.00
00
OO
OO
00
3,231 .00
3.SOG . 00
328
1,699
2.197
ir, s
100.00
4,783.00
36 . 00
S t . oo
loo.oo
2.502 . 00
2,023 . 00
35
402
1,123
100
15
1.37S
4 29
7 fi
22
4 33
29
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
100.00
32.00
00
00
00
00
Ot)
III)
00
00
O')
III)
0 0
1oo.on
03 . 00
$73.0 1 5 . fiO
4,185
100
fi ii
1 on
3 fi 3
2, fi fi5
1 00
1,613
l .t;si;
I ft 6
1 30
Note.-Districts Nos. 1, 32 and 33 received aid through other coun
ties, as they aro Joint districts.
Duo to some irregularities last year, $12,113.00 failed to get In un
til this year, when explanations satisfactory to the State Superintendent
were made. L. C. SPEARER,County Snperintendimt of Ed.
Another Mood Thorntons Arizona.
Phoenix, Arizona, Aug. 21.-As a
result of downpours last night and
to-day another flood, greater than
that of last. Friday, swept down Cave
creek through the Arizona canal and
Into tho city of Phoenix, threatening
extensive property damngo and pos
sible loss of lifo. At 8.15 o'clock to
night water entered tho State capi
tol. Twenty minutes later tho base
ment of tho building was?full and the
water had entered the first door. A
wall of water olght foot high and
several milos wide, according to re
ports, washed out a section of the
Grand canal, one of tho largest in
the district, after sweeping across
tho country he)ween it. mid the Ari
zona canal. Tho flood walls extended
from Phoenix to Glendale, a distance
of niuo miles.
For Best Results
Uso
LIVE STOCK
REMEDIES
Sold by Druggi?t? and Dealers

xml | txt