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WALHA LliA, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, SEIT. -H, 11)21.
THE NEWS I DOM liol VI V DWI).
Coming .Murringo \ enounced-Per
sonal Carani apb', of Interest.
Homily Land. Sept ??(5. Special:
Mrs, Mary Me.Mahan. of tireen vi I le:
Airs. Carri.' Duproo, ol' Owiugs; Mrs.
Kihi (!re? ha m and M iss Nellie i ; re. -
h.:in. ol' Spa rta II i ? u rg, members ol'
Mrs, W. I'homas Hubbard's hons?
parly, left Wednesday for Ihoir re
Mrs, L. M, Uerry, also of ibis lu
tero ' illg pa ri y, lia I.II visit i ll
friends and rein I i ves in Ibis commu
nity ?ind in Seneca before returning
lo her home in Hintonville, V C.
Mrs. I). A. Kerrin was hostess Inst
Monday aft/vnoou to tho Ladies'
Missionary Society ol' Ibo Seneca
Haplis) church. A full membership
attendance was present, and tho so
cial hour following the business pro
gram vas one of unusual interest,
iced toa with chicken sandwiches
.Mrs. .1. H. Picket! lefl Wednesday
for her home in Sandy Springs after
a visit ol' a sveek to ber daughter,
.Mrs. W. I). Wright.
Mrs. Jasper Doyle was the hostess'
last Tuesday to a spend-the-day par
ly composed of old neighbors, tho
guests being Mrs. I,. M. Merry. Mrs.
W. T. Hubbard, Mrs. j. H. Pickett.
M iv. Julia D. Shanklin and Mr. and
Mrs. John !.. Smith, lt was indeed
a day of rare enjoyment, being nj
reunion of those who have moved
out of Hie immediate community
and some of those who still remain. ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Rollins spent j
from Wednesday until Kriday in At
lanta as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mis Sam Power, of Anderson, ls]
visiting her sister-in-law. Mrs. Mar
An announcement which will bo
of interest to many of Tho Courier's
readers is that of the approaching
marriage ol' Oscar H. Doyle to Visa
Hazel Murphy, of Anderson, th"
marriage ty take place Oct. 12. ' lie
groom-to-bc ls one of Bounty Land s
most promising young men and is a ,
son of Mr. and Mrs Jasper Doyle,
while ibo bride-elect is a charming
young lady of Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stone were ill
the New Hope section recently
Charlie Cater, of ?he Long Creek
Academy, spent Saturday ni^ht and,
Sunday with bis home people here.
Miss Kinma Wilson has been quito
indisposed for ibo past sevoral weeks
suffering severely with rheumatism.
Her many friends 'nope for uer carly
com piole recovery
Jasper Doyle had (tuite a surprise1
Saturday morning when he opened I
his front door. In tho walk in front
of he doorstops was a huge pile of
.' tl and il was a subject ol' much j
C.. ' iure as to how il gol there :
At last, however, the members of his,
household concluded that the recent
ly organized Moy Seoul troop of
Motility Land had picked the cotton
by moonlight, The deed was a good
one and was greatly appreciated by
Mr. Doyle. Hurrah for Hie Seouls!
Mr and Mrs.' Horace Kirby ami
Ibo former's parents, Mr and Mrs.
Kirby, all of Newry, were |ho recent !
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R, M. Davis. |
Miss Crace Vernor is visiting her]
sister. Mrs, Kiernan Mums, al Koun- j
-m . fr
IS \) DH ARREST IN MK IIKiAN, !
Man Asserts (hui Ile is Wanted in
Columbia, Sept. ?20. An arrest in
a Michigan town has boon reported
lore, and is of considera hie mys
tery, the unraveling of which may
Kolve it problem for some county In
Soni h Carolina. N. W. Allread, of i
Columbia, southeastern representa
tivo ot a national casually company,
received ;> telegram Saturday from
Sheriff Delbert s. Kort nor, of (Ira nd j
I la ven. M Ich., slating t ha I a ma n
held hi his jail had stated thal lo
uas wanted in South Carolina for
the embezzlement, live years ago,
ot' nine thousand dollars.
The Columbia Record wired Hie
Michigan sheriff, asking for further
lnformatio\ and ls in receipt of a
telegram from Hie (Irand Haven she
riff slating thai tlo' prisoner's name
is Hazell Smith, and that he has told
a fellow prisoner thal bo ls wanted
in South Carolina, bul beyond thal
nothing more ls known, lt is proba
ble that Stale Officiais, or local offi
cers in some part of the Stale, Will
make further investigation lo ascer
tain the place where tho man held
in Michigan is wanted.
Subscribo for The Courier. (Host)
CONEROSS A Xl) COMMUNITY.
Church Affairs and Pomonal Items
of Local Interest.
Coneross, Sopt. 26-Special: There
will be a Joint meeting of the church
.societies ut Coneross on next Sun
day evening. beginning at 7.?50
o'clock. The State Mission progam
will ho carried out as follows:
I. Devotional hy W. M. S.
_'. Program of the Y. W. .V's as
Song, ' Josu'i (Jails Cs."
Scripture topics giv(iii hy tho V_
W. A.'s on keeping tho Sabbath day
A talk, "Making South Carolina
Christians" hy tho president of the
W. M. S.. Mrs. J, P. Armstrong.
Special music hy Misses Cod yo Al
exander, Hoolah Marker, Nina Ab
bott and Lona Abholt.
Recitation, "diving Away," Miss
Study course in Stute Missions by
la) Why attend a Baptist .school?
Miss Minnie Harker.
(h) What form of State Mission
work appeals |0 V. W. A.'s? Miss
(cl What form of Stale Mission
work appeals io (!. A.'s? Miss Nina
lill Whit! is settlement work?
Mi.-s Lettie Barker.
iel Where should wo have a good
will center, and why? Miss Pearl
if) How help Stole Missions in
home town or country? Miss Ora
11 s in ii. "i'll ( '.(> A nywhere."
Bonding nf message from Slaiol
Mission Su perin tendon I Of Auxiliar
ies, by Miss I.? na Abbol I.
Prayer thal every Auxiliary mem
ber may more clearly see her oppor
tunity !..'.;. .-. ?'\?ce. "Sentence prayer" i
hy Hie Y. \V. A.'s.
::. Program ol the (!. A.'s as roi-j
Hymn, "i >. /.ion, I laste." by i he
Scripture topics given by the (I.
A.'s on Joy."
ConeorI prayer by lite C. A.'s.
Recitation, "If I would win." Miss
?.aura Mae Alexander.
Hymn, "O /'ion. Haste." by the (!.:
A.'s. . ?
liedla ; ion. "Moulding." Miss Flor- ,
Ucolta i ion, "In Bod."
I ugat bel ing of special gifts. Miss
Tbodo Abbott, Miss Frances Cobb.
I. Short program by the Royal
.">. An interesting exercise by the
Sunbeams, which alone should en
tertain Hie audience.
Wo mue every member of all of
these societies mentioned to he pres
em and invite everybody thal wish j
to attend and enjoy the programs
that Will be rendered.
Mrs. Kinma Smith and son. of j
Spartanhurg, spent Saturday andi
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Byrd and
family, of this community.
Rev. J. J. Graham and family, of
Charleston, who have been spending
the past few months with relatives
in different communities in this part
of the country, were with tho for
mer's brother, Haskel! Graham, here
last week. They left for their home
in Charleston last Thursday, stop
ping over in Greenville and Ander
son on their way down-State.
Mr, and Mrs. \V. T. Alexanderand
Miss Ada Keith were recent visitors
at the Kong Creek Academy.
Mr. ami Mrs. nw. Byrd, of Green
ville, were welcome guests of the
former's brother, T. W. Byrd, of this
community recently. They were ac
companied by Mr. Byrd's sister, Mrs.
Roxie childers, also of Greenville.
On account of the cloudy weather
last night, the H.Y.P.I', was not as
largely attended as we expected, and
our speaker. Chas. |\ Hotrick, of
Walhalla, failed to reach hore. At
ihn close of the program there were,
sixteen B.Y.P.U diplomas delivered
by our president. Those receiving the
diplomas were w T. Alexander, Wal
ter Duckworth. P. K. Harker and S.
F, Johnson. Misses .lanie Alexander.
Nina Abbott. Beulah Harker. Ora
Arve, Lena Abbott, .lessie Harker,
Oodye Alexander. Thn.de Abbott. Min
nie Harker, Pearl Hunsinger, Flor
ian Abbott and Lettie Harker.
Kev and Mrs. I, ll. Raines, of the
Long Creek Academy, silent some
liming Hie past week her?' at the
home of Mrs S. M. Hunsinger.
A short promotion exercise was
carried ont by the children al Sun
day school here yesterday and sev
eral ot' the babies were promoted to
the primary depart ment of the Sun
day school, and several promotion
cards wore given oui.
Mrs. Julia Arve is in Toccoa this
week vial I i ng l ela I ives.
The following delegates wore ap
pointed lo attend '.he H.Y P.C. Con
vention al Seneca nexl 'aturd.iy:
Walter Duckworth. Misses Janie Al
exander and Lena Abbott and W.T.
Alexander Several niters also ex
pOCl lo at tend I he conven I ion .
I am again request eil by Hie Blue
Itidgo trust..es to announce ihaf a
contract will lie Iel oui lioxl Satur
day, oct isl. at 2 p. m.. the contract
io In- tor the painting ol' the school
building. The contract will he let
to the lowest responsible bidder In
terested parties should lie presen I ai
the school building ai tin- appointed
lion I' on the a hove da t e.
I'.ight-Yeai-old hoy Acquitted,
Charleston, Sept. ._?1. Tlgis Grif
I fis, an eight-year-old boy from near
? Adams' Kim. was I ried ill the Court
of General Sessions lo-day oil a
charge ol' murder, and found not
guilty. Judge Townsend directing a
verdict. Thia boy was indicted for
shooting another of about bis ago
with a shotgun while they were out
hunting the latter part of June. An
argument developed over who could
1 fire the ancient fowling piece, and
in a tussle Gregory Patrick was fa
tally shot in the side. Tlgis is be
lieved to bo tho youngest defent H
on such a charge ever tried here.
,_ .- . -"-?? ? .fc .-~w***VAJH
HARRISON CRITICISES ff HA lt
MISS?N.S?,?}F? Senator Say? (VOM .-.ni
Harding Take? Too Many Jain."
Washington, Sept. 22.- 80 ri .
Harrison, of .Mississippi, o< o o*
Democratic spokesmen in the
yesterday attacked Presid? r ?
ing for taking a vacation lp
weak and charged tho Repu il ai
ministration with failure to <.
out its campaign pledge to h:
Incroasod prosperity to Hie ?tiii
The .Mississippi Senat? r In
speech, which enlivened lb? I
vening of tho Senate, doc
while President Harding a I nj
members of tho cabinet, w
ing tho vacation trip "n lion
Americans were hanging t leir h
in shaine" because men wi 'bel
win tho war" were on tl
bloch in Boston.
"The American people < ml n r
work and less play," sal ..:< n
Harrison, looking across tl
publican side of the Senat?
"moro results and fewer
dations; more meal ticket: ind
er bread lines; more pros u '?
fewer poor houses.'
Senator Harrison made he
recently written by Presit ?ni
lng to Senator McCormlc
nols, chairman of tho
campaign committee, reco
achievements of the Reptil in
gross, the basis of his
(hough, upon inquiry fro
Penrose, of Pennsylvania
?an lender, as to his "tex
he was speaking on "tho
and delinquencies of the
pu ri y."
Tho President's letter
McCormick. Senator Har
"shocked and almost pa
Doniocrals, and was writ
interesi of the candidacy
! '? II rs ii i ii. Republican Sena
'hlale In yesterday's elecl
Senator Lodge, of Mas
Republican lender, in this
retid II Ud eg ra m annnuncii
Hon of Senator Hu rsum a
ed Illili he was liol prese
an aigu ment, hut merely ;
THE CHICAGO LIQUO I
I Sr nations-Half of Police
Said to bo llootlegg
Chicago. Sept. 25.-Pi
cials to-day had started a
Ivo investigation of the C .
lice department as a res
appeal last night by Cbs
morris, chief of police, wh
that, in his belief, "half of
">,() ii il policemen were bi
plying their illicit liquor
much more industriously
watched over the city."
Federal indictments ol
seven members of the fore fe
them Commanders may b
within a day or two, Chai
United States District Attc
to-night in a letter to Ohio
ria, promising that every
be made to break up the t
latlonshlp betwoen tho liq
and tho police force.
In a statement to-night (
morris declared that proh.il
a failure, not only in Chica
every city of which he hi
"In Chicago there is mo
enness than there ever \\
deaths from liquor than b<
hibition-more of every e
uted to the use of liquor tl
days before the so-called p
laws hecamo 'effective,' " 1
ed. "Prohibition enforceme lit lil V^/ ll I
cago is a joke."
The crief's statement also charged
that several city officiais outside the
police depart mont were implicated
in the police booze ring, and said
preparations had been made to dis
charge half the force if that should
CHA ND CENTRAL STATION, N. V.,
Scone of Pistol Hattie-Many Shots
New York, Sept. 2li.-A pistol bat
tle in a third door corridor of the
(?rand Central station, in which 18
. hots were (Ired, resulted to-day In
taree men Hoeing after attempting
to hold up two railroad employees
who had a satchel of cash.
After a chase .brough the corridor
Albert Malloy was seized hy Paul
Shea, a special policeman, who was
accompanying .lames Lewis, a cash
ier for tlio New York. New Haven
and Hartford Railroad. Lewis had a
satchel containing cash variously
estimated from $15,000'to $00,000.
As they were nearing their desti
nation two of (ho trio hit Shea and
Lewis with pieces of lead pipo done
up in newspapers. Lewis fell uncon
scious, the satchel of money henea th
him. Shea pulled pistols and two of
them emptied their guns. Tho. oth
er's pistol stuck. Tho robbers took
to flight because ol' Shea's shooting.
Shea grabbed Malloy and subdued
him hy heating him on the head with
his empty revolver. The other men
escaped hy running downstairs, elud
ing a cordon of police that surround
ed tho station as soon as word was
received of the hold-up. A pool of
blood at the door lo tho stairs Indi
cated that one of the lleeing robber:;
had been shot. Lewis had to be ta
ken to a hospital.
Subscribo for Tho Courier. (Post)
Have Moved My
TO MY RESIDENCE ON MAIN ST.
EVERYTHING NEW AND SANI
TARY. AM PREPARED TO SERVE
MY CUSTOMERS WITH FRESH
MEAT AT ALL TIMES.
M. L. PHILLIPS.
the South and Washington and New York
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SCHEDULES BEGINNING AUGUST M. 1921
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New Orleans. Montgomery, Atlanta, Wanhinglon and Now Yurk. Sleeping car northbound between Atlanta and Richmond. Dining car.
Club car. Library-Observation var. Nocoucbes.
NO?. 137 & 133. -ATLANTA SrECIAL. Drawing room sleeping care between Macon, Columbus, Atlanta, Washington and New York.
Waihington-Snii Francisco tourist sleeping car southbound. Dining car. Coaches.
Noa. 2'J & 00. BIRMINGHAM SPECIAL. Drawing room sleeping cars between Birmingham, Atlanta, Washington and New York.
S?n_Franciico-Yv'nshington tourict sleeping car northbound. Sleeping car between Richmond and Atlanta southbound. Observation car.
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Note: Nos. 29 and 30 use Peachtree Street Station only at Atlanta.
Non . Train No. 138 connects at Washington with "COLONIAL EXPRESS," through train to Boston via Hell Gate Bridge Route,
leaving Washington 8.15 A. M. via Penna. System.
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The Double Tracked Trunk Une Between Atlanta, Ga. and Washington, D. C.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION.
NOTICIO IS HEREBY GIVEN that
a Special Election will bo held in the
Town of Walhalla, S. C., on the 4th
day of OCTOBER, 1021, at the Town
Council Hall, corner Main and Col
lego Streets, at which election the
following questions will he submitted
to tho electors of tho Town of Wal-1
halla, who are duly qualiiicd for vot
ing under Section 12, Article 2, of
the Constitution of tho State of South
Carolina, and who have paid all
taxes, State, County and Municipal,
for the provious year.
1st. Shall the Town of Walhalla
icq UI re, hy construction or purchase,
ind operate a waterworks system?
2d. Shall the Town of Walhalla
I equi re, by construction or purchase,
md operate a sewerage system?
3d. To meet the costs of construc
tion or purchase of such waterworks
system, shall tho Town of Walhalla
ssue and sell coupon bonds bearing
nterest at a rate not to exceed six
per centum per annum, payable in
any legal tender money of the United
States not exceeding forty years af
ter date, with privilege of redemption
at such time as the Town Council of
the Town of Walhalla may fix In said
bonds, in the amount of NINETY
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($i).r>,
000), the proceeds of said bonds to
he applied solely and exclusively to
tho purchase, establishment and
maintenance of a waterworks plant?
4th. That to meet tho costs of the
construction or purchase of such
sewerage system, shall the Town of
Walhalla issue and sell coupon bonds
hearing interest at a rate not. to ex
ceed six per centum per annum, pay
able In any legal tender money of the
United States, not exceeding forty
years after date, with privilege of
redemption at such time as the Town
Council of the Town of Walhalla may
fix In said bonds, in the amount of
THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
($30,000), the proceeds of said bonds
to bo applied solely and exclusively
What Science Knows Aboul
The Mood is moro important than
any of the organs. It is thru tho
blood that the whole human body is
directly or indirectly nourished. The
blood gets its nourishment from the
intestines. The intestines also con
tain waste products - undigested
foods, acids, gases and refuse, which
sometimes get in the blood.
When waste products get in the
blood, nature will strive to cast Hiern
out. If your resistance is strong
enough, na-ure will probably succeed.
Hut if you are "below par," weak,
run-down, and nervous, nature will
begin to show signs of distress.
As a result, you will have that
feeling of fatigue. You will lack the
energy you need for the day's duties
and pleasure. Minor ailments will
begin to affect you-pimples, black
heads, and boils.
If the waste products are not gotten
out of the blood nt this point, it is
possible a more serious skin eruption
or disease will begin to show itself.
lo tho purchase, establishment and
maintenance of a sewerage system?
Tl?e qualifications of electors In
said election aro as follows:
Such electors must be registered
by the Supervisor of Registration for
the Town of Walhalla, and must have
paid all taxes, State, County and Mu
nicipal, for the previous year.
Tho polls will bo opened at eight
o'clock in tho forenoon and closol
at four o'clock in the afternoon.
The managers of such election aro
Tillman McLees, J. P. Beatty and G.
W. M. BROWN.
T. A. GRANT, Mayor.
September 5th, 1921. 3G-3 9
DAW II. <$OOI>*
Guttering a Specialty,
Walhalla, S. C.
? am prepared to meet all
calls for Public Service Car at
any time, day or night. See
me if you want a quick, safe
trip anywhere, near or for long
"At Your Service"
Walhalla, S. C.
nets in lite Blood
the Matter and How It Is
It is not infrequent for waste prod
ucts to settle in Gie muscles and juinis
and cause rheumatism.
Listen to nature's warning. Your
blood is your fountain source of ener
gy-therefore keep your blood rich
For over BO years, thousands and
thousands of men and women have
relied 051 S. S. S. to clear their blood
of w.;ste products. S. S. S. will im
prove the quality of your blood by
relieving you of the waste products
which cause impoverished blood and
its allied troubles - skin disorders,
rheumatism and a lowered vitality.
Get S. S. S. at your druggist. Be
ware of substitutes. Write Chief
Medical Director, Swift Specific Co.,
D-720 S. S. S. Laboratory, Atlanta,
Ga. for special medical advice (with
out charge). He is helping people
every day to regain their health and
strength. Ask him to send you his
illustrated booklet, "Facts About thc
Blood"-frca. S. S. S. is sold by all
? Why B
Wonders for Me/'
Declares This Lady?
"I ?utyered for a long
time with womanly weak
ness/' Say* Mr> J. R
Simpson, 6! 57 Spruce
St.,Asheville, N. C. "I
finally got to the place
where lt was au effort for
me to go. I would have
bearing-down pains In
my side and back - es
pecially severe across my
back, and down In my
side there was a great
deal ol soreness. I was
nervous and easily Op?
The Woman's Tonic
"I heard o! Car Jul and
decided to use lt," con
tinues Mrs. Simpson. "I
saw shortly lt was bene
fiting me, so 1 kept lt up
and lt did wonders for
me. And since then I
have been glad to praise
Cardul. It is the best
-"oman's tonic made/'
v/eak women need a
tonic. Thousands and
thousands, like Mrs.
Simpson, have found
Cardulof benefit toihem.
Try Cardui for your trou
KS ?.? Er?
Locals from Pleasant Hill.
Pleasant Hill, Sept. 2G.-Special:
Hov. J, Kayaner flllod his appoint
ment at Pleasant Hill Sunday morn
ing and gavo us a vory interesting
and edifying sermon. Wo hope to
havo him with us again.
?very member of Pleasant Hill
church ls urgently requostod to nt
I tend the conference Saturday night,
I Oct. 1st. There is some Important
business to transact.