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WALHALLA, 8. O.
WEDNESDAY, Vt (J. ill, 1021.
STA HT AT TUM BEGINNING.
The next session of the Walhalla
Ugh School will open on Monday,
opt. .'.ih. Wo cannot urge too strong
y a full attendance al tho very be
laning of Hit! session, lt ls neces
ttry in a good beginning of tho sess
ion, and ii is essen titi I lo a good ses
i?n a ; a whole.
Tho fa cul ly for I ho school li i -
cen completed, In addition io Ute
l?chers already announced tho fol
?wing have !?...'a assigned lo places
II ibo teaching farce:
lilli Crude Miss Francos Korie,
ditcher of Knglish, stenography and
fpowriling, book-keeping and eom
L'd (?rade --Miss Valeria Trot li.
Ith tirade-Mrs. ( lol singer.
5 th Crude-Miss Willie ('a rut hers.
Miss Annie Strutton will have
targe of tho sixth grade instead of
10 fifth, to which she was at first
rs completes tlx i i
0 noted that
lade for the ell
so, is a mater
ren who last year completed the
m th gradi?. While that course gave
lie pupil completing tho tenth grade
isl year a diploma, opportunity now
1 presented for last year tenth grade
/orkers to go a step higher in the
.ark preparatory for college. If ar?
angemonts have boen made for col
ige entrance for last year I Otb grade
11 pi ls. ail good and well. Hut if the
int h grade pupil (or graduate) of |
ist year is not. going lo attend some
Ollego this year, it Y ?T
IKT THAT P
'HAT IS Pitt Hi
UTI ON OF T
?RA 1)1C. It is . .;a4?oitaut-illl
ortnnt to tho pupil. i?n.d no less i tn -
lOrtant to the best interest of tho
'Parents and last year tenth grade
mpils may well consider this point.
Local .Notes from Whitewater
Whitewater. Aug. 20.-- Special:
.liss Lillian Bischoff spent the week
.nd with her homo folks at Walhalla.
Miss Rischoff will be with us only
two more weeks. Wo regret very
much that she will not teach the full
term of school, she will enter Win
throp College some time in Septem
William Sloan and .Inline Manley,
ol' Salem, were business visitors in
this community last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller, of Anderson,
spent pail of last week at the club
Quite a number from here al tend
ed tin. baptizing al Salem last Sun
Miss /.ellill Lllsk, ol' Cashiers. X.
C., was the week-end guest of Miss
Dora Hreedlove. *
Wf ire glad m leam I bal Mrs. C.
I. Nicholson is getting better, after
being ill for some t i me.
Hoy Held, of Namur, N. C.. recent
ly visited his friend. Carl Nicholson,
Some S. ( '. First Bales.
Manning, Aug. 2"i. The ll rs I hale
ol' new co! ion was brought III to-day
by W. T. Hriggs and sold to W. G.
King at I r, cents per pound. Mr,
Hriggs bas an extensive farm, and
las) year made 1 s 7 bales on 12?
acres. On the same acreage this year
ho'will probably gather 2? bales.
.Inst Half Last Vivie's Price.
Cli es I er. Aug 25, Tho li ist halo
of now cotton in Chester was bought
here to-day by the S. M. Jones Com
pany. It was raised hy W. R. Hair,
of ibo Ilalselivllle section. The grade
was good middling, and the price
paid was 15 cents per pound. The
first halo came in last year on Sept.
3d and brought 30 couts por pound.
AUTO ACCIDENT HURTS FIVE.
richon? People Sent to Hospital as
Result of Triple Tum-Over.
(Picken? Sentinel, Aug. 25.)
A serious autoinobilo accident oc
curred on the Saluda dam road a few
miles this side of the brldgo. Mon
day afternoon, in which several Dick
ons people were seriously injured. As
a result of the accidont Mrs. Stella.
Hopkins and Miss Patti Porter are
in a Greenville hospital, and Frank
and (Miarles Porter aro .suffering from
severe bruises and cuts. Miss Malin
da Porter, tho other occupant of tito
car. was thrown through ino top and
miraculously escaped with only a few
The accident happened on a curve
Just below tho Intersection of tho
cross-country road that connects tho
Saluda dam road and tito Easley
bridge road. Tho car was a now
Studebaker Six ?ind was being driven
by Mrs. Hopkins when it ran into itu
embankment and turned over two or
titree times, according to account.*.
The car was badly damaged.
Mrs. Hopkins probably suffered
Hie most severe injuries. One of
her hands was almost severed ai tho
wrist, ?ind lier lower limbs were sedi
Oltsly cut and bruised, beside minor
lunts. Miss Patti Potter was cut
about the forehead ami rendered un
conscious for several hours. Others
ol' Ibo party are able lo be oil!.
though, willi i he exception of Miss
Malinda Porter, they are considera
bly bruised up.
: Prank and charles Porter aro sons
! of Mr. and Nil's. \V. .1. Poller, of
(?aiitosvillo, Ha., and are visiting In
Picketts. The others are all children
of l>r. and Mrs. F. S. Poller, of
Later in forma t ion is to tho effect
Ihai Miss Patti Porter and Mrs. Hop
kins were brought home from tho
hospital Wednesday afternoon in an
The Salem Adult School.
On Thursday evening from s to ll
o'clock Miss Lessie Tiller, the teacher
*' "te Salem adult school, entertained
pupils most delightfully nt the
e Of Mr. and Mrs. p. L. (?reen,
a le m.
ach pupil had the privilege of in
viting Iiis Immediate family, and
those guests were received by the
hostess, assisted hy Misses Posa Mc
Mahatt and Etta Glazencr, of the Sa
The porch and front lawn were
lighted for tho occasion and a vic
trola furnished delightful music all
during the evening. Quantities of
(lowers from the garden were used
to decorate tho house, and great
bowls and Jars of marigolds and zin
tnd asters, were placed attrac
about the rooms,
un a bower of pine houghs and
iain laurel fruit punch was
by Miss Virginia McMahan,
assisted by another member of the
faculty of tho Salem school.
Various games were played on the
lawn until late in Ute evening, when
pink and white ices, with cakes, were
served hy Mrs. A. C. Whitten, Mrs.
P. L. Green and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis
M ryan t.
?lust before leaving, the guests
sang their night school songs and
other old, familiar tunes. Almost
7f> guests enjoyed the evening.
Tho school has had a most success
ful term, and tho pupils have shown
a great deal of interest and entint
aste. Miss Lessie Tiller, of Colum
bia, was in charge of the school.
On Saturday the adult school en
joyed tho commencement exercises
at Clemson College. Tho trip to tho
college was made in a big truck, and
liol the least enjoyable part of tito
occasion was tho ride down and back.
A picnic dinner was served on tin
ground under the trees, and several
luscious melons were enjoyed.
After a sight-sbeihg trip over the
campus the party started for home,
arriving about s o'clock, tired but
thoroughly happy, after having spent
a most enjoyable day.
Another A. li. \ A. Tm In Wrecked.
Cordele, Ca., A ug. 2tl. Nine
freight cars were demolished mid
four cars and I he engine derailed
when Atlanta. Birmingham and At
lautii Railroad Train No. ::. hound to
Atlanta, ran Into a charge of heavy
explosives sei by alleged nain wreck
ers, uve milos cast of here iliis morn
ing. A nemo brakeman was injured
liv the explosion, and seventy hoad of
ca .le Aer?. killed outright III four
stock cars. Railroad olllcials immedi
ately stalled an investigation.
Salem School Entertainment,
There will be a ohool entertain
ment at Salem sc!, ol house Friday
night, Sept. Oth. Everybody cordially
Invited. Tho entertainment will lie
given for the benefit of Ute School
E. K. Bryant, Principal.
Subscribe for Tho Courlor. (Bes*.)
Getting Ready f
Isn't it about lillie wo wore bo?
ginning (<> plan for our Fall fin? i
Sowing? And can't wo mau o
things botter when wo plan ahead,
pud isn't it moro important than
ever that wo make our suppl i ? - til
borne Mildil WO know now timi thc
Hell Weevil bs certainly with . . j
lt is here, and, like tho poer, il !
will probably bo bore ah. ?:,.-. j
If we continue to plant as much i
cotton to tho plow us wo hov. I
doing, and hiting from ono-,
two-thirds or moro of our sept I
wo are just simply ruined, in
there is no way around it. Hot 1
is 4in easy matter to avoid CUM. I
this approaching crisis, ami lb
method wo adopt to escape ruin j
will make us hotter oft*, and in lin j
will moko us prosperous, indi | j
ont, rich. Ono way to accoii
this-ami wo don't know a lu lei !
one-is to sow this fall liv
in wheat iind live acres in nats :
(he plow on good land, well [ii
pared and well fertilized, and
spring plant live acres tn thc , ;
in corn, land well prepared
well fertilized nm! corn wei' .
vated, niul yon will have c<
wheal and oats lu sell-and wi
there i-; corn lo sell (lie ehlUlC
ilia* lhere will be meal cnotigl
go round. Authorities ins! I
under Holl Weevil Conditions
eini'l cultivate properly ami , .
ably moro (ban eight or ii i ti
to (lu* plow in cotton. If you .. ?
pul tho sume preparation, th? - j
fertilizer and tho same cult i vii
to this eight or nine acres ol co
ton thal you have been giving
li ft cen or eighteen acres lier? lol o *
planted in cotton, you will p.
hly get a hale to every arve ,(
you will have in cotton, lt iv HI
a great ?leal bettor (o milk?- c
hales of cotton to (be plow and >
have corn, wheat and oats lo sel . J
and mea* enough li? go mon
than to mal:?? ten l?ales of COHO'
the plow (mid probably fev fi
ers average thal much), a u;
from one-half to iwo-thl I ?f j
(beso supplies. Von will co io il j
ahead of (ho game, and th ii, j
wheal and oats you sell will 'ila 1 i
1?. S.-Don't fail to fert.il h our j
wheat and oats when yo >?..>. j
them. It enablers the grain t lake
root bettor. Fertilizer is plai . ?od i
Anderson Phos at?
Evangelist1 Takes Own Id
Asheville. X. C.. Aug. 2(5.- : \ .
I. Dew. Baptist, evangelist, w
Ived at tho Southern Baptist Assem
)ly grounds at Itidgecrest for the la.d
tivo years, committed suicide last
light by severing his throat with i
<nife. Ill health is assigned as the
:aU80. The body will be taken to
Latta. S. C., for burial. He was 60
?.ears old and loaves a widow.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All persons Indebted to the estate
~>t O. T. WI DLLS. Deceased, are
lierehy notified to make payment
to tho undersigned, and all per
sons having claims against said ca
tato will present tho same, duly at
attested, within tho Hmo prescribed
by law, or bo barred.
W. T. WILLIS,
Administrator of the Estate of (S. T.
Aug. 31, I!??_>!. 35-38
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is horeb, given that the un
dersigned will ma. <. application to
V. v. Martin, Judge of Probate for
Oconeo County, in the Slate of Ssilth
Carolina, at his o (ll ce al Walhalla
Court 11 oust?, on Wednesday. Hie 281b
day of September. 1021, at I I o'c lock
in the forenoon, or as soon there
after as said application can ho
hoard, for leave to make final settle
ment of the Estate of Wm. I. Dick
son. Deceased, and obtain Final Dis
charge as Executrix of said Estate
MUS DOUA .1. LONG,
Executrix of tho Estate of Wm. I.
Aug. SI, I'.?2 1. ::.V38
Tho State of South Carolina. Coun
ty of Oconeo.- (In Court of Probate)
- By V. P. Martin, Esq., Probate
.lodge. Whereas. Mrs. L. |-\ Will
banks has made sou IO me to grant
her Letters of Administration of tho
Estate of and Effects of J, VV. Dodg
Theso are, therefore, to cito and
admonish all and singular tho kin
dred and creditors of the said J, W.
Dodgens, Deceased, that they bo
and a/pear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to bo held at Wal
halla Court House. South Carolina,
on Thursday, tho 8th day of Sep
tember, 192 1, after publication hore
of, at I 1 o'clock in tho forenoon, to
il Sowing Grain
you to make your cotton crop
without borrowing any money. You
will have sonto lund for other
money crops, Then, too, you
. an htivo n couplo of ueres of nl
falfu to tito plow, tho sumo in po?
taloon and tho sumo in peanuts.
M tait'a will pay better dum any
thing you plant; there is a way of
curing potatoes now, ami thcro is
always ti market for them. There
?re slews of peanuts bought, and
' bat must mean a market, and it is
?.ii inexpensive crop to grow. If
< ni can't soil all of your peanuts
. <>u can fatten you?* hogs with
them, and itmt will leave you moro
corn to sell. If some such plan is
followed, in a very few years tho
farmer will be In a better lix than
I ? hus over been. Me will he in a
moro independent, self-sustaining
, oatt ion than over. There is no
. ceil for this country to go to tho
"Domnltion llow-Wows." We re
.ntly heard one of the best farm*
ora in tho county say that bo be
lieved tlie Holl Weevil would do
this section moro good than harm;
that means he thinks this section
will bo benefited. If we anticipate
Ibo Holl Weevil and Hs ravages we
>\ ill bo benellted; if we lei him
I.hock us out of a crop or two we
ti e goners, lt is up to us. lt is
id Hie streets of Jerusalem wore
pt clean by every milli sweeping
1 . fore bis own door. This Holl
rt eovll business is an individual
.nit ter. M vi ry man ni us I work it
'..it for himself by adopting- some
? ? in as oui lined above, and then
?i,- keeping bis farm as free from
furnishing free winter quarters for l
!' o Holl Weevil as possible. And j
l:?t is a matter of study. The ex
perta on the Holl Weevil can give
you a great deal of assistance. Hut
the Hell Weevil problem can be
solved, and in Solving it we can
g? ow better off than we have ever
When tho Holl Weevil envoi's a
i "linty-and this county is pretty
woli covered-it will improve n
.M in's credit to make bis supplies
: it homo, and then have two or
I coe extra money crops besides.
ate and Oil Co.,
. .?.., s. c.
. nd well-fed grain stands the will
ie/- better, just as a well-fed pig;
tinda the winter better than one
? it is not well ft vi.
nd Oil Company.
show cause, if aViy they have, why
the said Administration should not
^lven under my hand and seal this
23d day of August, A. D. 1921.
(Seal.) V. F. MARTIN.
Judge of Probate for Oconee Co., S.C.
Published on the 31st day of Aug
ust and 7th day of September, 10 21.
in The Keowee Courier, and on the
Court youse door for the time pre
scribed hy law.
Aug. 31, 1921. 35-36
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF OCONEE.
In Court of Common Pleas.
Pursuant to decrees of tho afore
said Court, in tho cases named below,
I will offer for sale, to tho highest
bidder, In front of the Court House
door, at Walhalla, South Carolina, on
MONDAY, the 5 th day of September,
1921, between the legal hours of
sale, the tracts of land below de
W. Frank Sheldon, Plaintiff,
O. C. Williams and (?oorgo Perry,
All that piece, parcel or tract of
land situate, lying and being in the
Stale and County above named, con
taining 32 Vk acres, more or loss, be
ing the same tract conveyed by J. T.
Crawford to O. C. Williams on Nov.
15, 19 1.X, adjoining lands of Sloan
Glenn, W. E. Patterson and others,
as shown hy plat made by C. C. My
ers, September 24th, 1917. Seo Hook
"KK," pages 2 S S and 391 for fuller
Terms of Sale-CASH. That In the
event of the failure of the purchaser,
or purchasers, to comply with the
tornis of sale, that tho promises be
ro-advertlsod and re-sold on tho next
Saleday by the Master, and that ho
do continue so to do until a purcha
ser shall bo found who will comply,
said sales to bo at tho risk of the
Purchaser to pay extra for papers
and stamp. W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconeo County, S. C.
Aug. 17, 192 1. 33-35
John T. Lay and J. D. Harkins,
C. C. Kolloy, T. M. Kelley, Lillian S.
Kolloy, Mrs. Marlon K. Tait, T. R.
Kollcy and Anna I. Kolloy.
All of the right, tltlo, Interest, and
estato of tho Defendant, T. M. Kel
ley, of, In and to all that, cortaln
pleco, parcel or traci of land sitttnto,
Just received a solid carload of
Sash and Doors.
These were boughton latest market,and
we are in position to name you much
less price than you have been buying at.
FULL STOCK OF
Corrugated and V Crim Roofing, Etc.
Cane Mills and Evaporators. Galvanized and
Copper Evaporator Sheets.
Mowing Machines and Repairs.
Better not put off your needs in the above
Ballenger Mw. and ta Co.,
Seneca, S. C.
We will move our business after- Sept. 15th, to room
now occupied by Thc Bee Hive, in thc
Big 1 J ion
, ., J...
We offer our entire iine of
Utz & Dunn Slippers at
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
lying and being in Keowee Town
ship, County and State aforesaid, on
Hittlo River and Tamnssee Creek,
containing six hundred and thirty
eight acres, moro or less, adjoining
lands of Mrs. W. J. Beard, Mrs. J. E.
Kelley, Miss Nettie Jones, Estate of
Jessey Lay, Deceased, and others, be
ing the estate of Mrs. Anna D. Kel
ley, deceased, and formerly a part
of the Christopher Jones land.
Tonns of Salo.-'CASH on day of
sale. That in event of failure of
tho purchaser 'to comply with the
terms of salo forthwith, that, the Mus
ter do ro-soll said interest on the
same day, or do re-advor?iso and re
sell the same on tho following Sales
day, or some convenient Salosday
thereafter, at the same place, and on
the same terms as heretofore set out,
ni tho risk of the former purchaser,
and that ho continue so to do until
be has found a purchaser who shall
comply willi the terms of sale.
Purchaser to pay extra for papers
and stamp. W. O. WHITE.
Master for Oooneo County, S. C.
Aug. IT. 11)21. 33-85
C.oorge T. Morton, Plaintiff,
James W. Taylor. Defendant.
All that certain piece, parcel or
tract pf land situate, lying and being
in the County of Ocoiiec, State of
South Carolina, Wagner Township,
on the public road leading from Wal
halla to Highlands, and adjoining
lands of P. M. Harbert, floorge Bur
kline and Oeorgo T. Morton, contain
ing 67 % acres, moro or less, same
hoing tlie tract of land conveyed by
(?eorge T. Morton to tho said James
Terms of Salo.-CASH. That in
evont of failure of tho purchaser to
comply with tho erins of sale within
flvo days from day of sale, the Mas
ter do ro-advertlse and re-sell said
premises on tho following Saloday
or some conveninet Saleday therenf
ter, at the same place, and on the
same terms as heretofore set, out, at
(the risk of tho former purchaser, and
that ho do continue so to do until he
has found a purchaser who complies
with tho terms of sale.
SPECIAL NOTICIO.-Tho sale of
said promises is subject to tho Hon
of the prior mortgage given by tho
Defendant. Jamos W. Taylor, to The
Pederal Land Hank, of Columbia, S.
C., on tho 12th day of April, 10 li),
and recorded in Clerk's Ofllee, Oco
nee County, S. C.. on tho 12th day of
April, in 10, in Mortgage Hook VV,
pago 03, and that said mortgage
shall romain unsatisfied of record,
and after sale shall continue to con
stitute a first lien upon the tract of
land described above, and that tho
said salo shall ho made without pre
judice to tho rights of The Koderai
Land Hank of Columbia, under and
J by virtue of said mortgage deed.
Purchaser to pay extra for papers
and stain]). W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconoo County, S. C.
Aug. 17. 1021. 33-3R
NOTICIO OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
A Xl) IUSCIIA HOE.
notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned will make application to
V. K. Martin, Judge of Probate for
Oconee County, In tho State of South
Carolina, at his office at Walhalla
Court House, on MONDAY, tho
12th day of September, 1921, nt ii
o'clock in tho foronoon, or ns soon
thereafter as said application can be
hoard, for leave to mako final settle
ment of tho Eatato of Mrs.Lavinia C.
Hutchinson, Docoased, and obtain
Final Dlschargo as Executrix of said
(MRS.) PEARL H. ANDERSON,
Executrix of the Estato of Mrs. La
vinia C. Hutchinson, Docoased.
Aug. 17, 1921. 33-36