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New Series No. 940. - Volume LXXL - No. K.
?HE NEWS FROM IJOUNT^ itANl).
A?ifrwvunccaiwi^t of ii Sep toi uiver Mar
riage Omises Surprise.
Bounty andean. 2.-Special: The
?ew year ha? ushoredd In ?real win
?try weather,, and the prophecies of
?a severe winter may yet bo fulfilled.
j The Christmas holidays passed off
very pleasantly with quite a number
of festive .entertainments, and Jollifi
cations. .
On Monday evening ?an entertain
ment Wtts given at the home of Mr.
?and Mre. - Jasper Doyle In compli
ment tb 'Mr. and Mr?. O. H. Doylo,
ot Anderson. On Tuesday evening
Miss; Mildred McDonald delightfully
entertained quite a number of the
young setywith amusing games and
contests. Miss Ethel Geo)ge received
the fyrdt prize in both the contests.
Delicious refreshment? W?V*) served
. On "Wednesday ?vening tho Misses
Davin most cordially entertained a
number of their friends in honor of
their heice, Miss Mary Julia Shank
Hn,!of Anderson.
. ''John' Allen Derixiy and sister, Miss
Mayme, were host and hositess lo
quite a mimoer #f young people on
Friday evening. Cake and hot choc
olate were served.
'/The season's pleasures wound up
with two entertainments on Satur
day evening. Mies Belle Stribl?ng be
ing hostess at an old-fashioned mo
lasses candy pulling and MIBS Elea
nor Stone hostesBito tho members nf
?te B.Y.P.U; *A
This comtfM?n'ity recelverd quite a
surprise when .thoannouncement *ot
.th? marriage o^*E. fcwlfl't Marett and
Mia? Margaret Ruth Cox was made
public, the nuptials)haying been sol
^??oa^'^?^^L^.S?aNtvi;i>9Ith. .1921, :the
^?Bap>i8t>?
. c?atsng. The ?brido U a dft?gMe? o?
iMr. and Mrs. .ML .X. Cox, of Seneca,
and' la a young woman of attractive
personality and remarkable capabil
ity. .For tho past two terras she nae
been employed ?a .a member of tibe
? teaching facnlty in tho Earle's Grove
sch oe 1, where Ihor eUlciency as in
etruwtresa has Iwen .manifestad In a
.'marked degree. The groom is a
son of Mr. nud Mrs. M. E. Marett, ot
this c*?mmuniry, sand ls,ta young main
of sta?want physique . and posseB&es
many generally meritorious charac
terlstlow. During'the World War Mr.
Marett .-.served Di .lite narval depart
.ment of war activities, being in the
ssirbmarine chaser fleet, ^patrolling
.the "English channel und Bay of Bis
cay, operating from U. S. Base No.
277, Plymouth, and was in Brest,!
(France, an harbor duty for nine
months. Afr. and Mrs. Marett have
'the hearty .congratulations and best
wishes of .a host of friends.
The younjg people who spent the
holidays in the community aire all
returning to their roajfcectlve posi
tions-Miss .kura Perrit^ to.Augusta,
?iGa.; Viss Beale Stri?lin?, Mr. and
Mrs. Stiles Stiibllng to Gaffney; Miss
.Cary Dn.yle toi5andy Springs; Mis?os
Willie McDonald and Olivie 3Uynch .to
".Wlnthroy College; Miss Gjrace V?r
in er to K?rksoy; Miss Ada Wyly to
)Ruby; David Strlbling, Jefferson Me
'.Mahan and John Vernor to Clemson
?College; Bruce Slribling to ?ross
Anchor, and Miss Lula WyAey to
Onkway.
The many friends of Miss /Tulla
THwie are delighted at her return
from Atlanta, Ga., where she bad
been spending some time with ber
aunt, Mrs. Lou Thompson.
(Mr, ?and Mrs. A. Rollins and
family spent the latter part of tho
hoH'day season with Mr. and Mrs. D.
.A. Perritt, leaving for .Charleston
tooday.
There has boon quite a lot of mov
ing going on in this community dur
ing lihe past week. Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Adams have movod from Town
ville to tho Tribble place. Mr. and
Mrs. Ben. L. Owens, of Walhalla,
have moved to the Joe Barron place.
Quite a number of others have also
changed residences.
(Mr. and Mrs. Marcus McDonald
and children visited the former's
brother, Hon. Monroe McDonald, and
family, of Walhalla, on Now Year's
day,
' Mr and Mrs. Morton, of Wost
Union, were New Year guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Rankin.
Mrs D. A. Perrin most charmingly
entertained ino uranumothors' Asso
ciation Wednesday afternoon from
VETERANS ELECT OFFICERS
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To Act in Matter of Pensions for the ,
' ; Old Soldiers of Oconee. ,
At a called i meeting of the Confed- ,
orate Veterans of Oconeo, on Jan. ,
2d, 1922, Rev. D.F. Carter Was oloct- ,
ed chairman and Capt. V. F. Martin
was elected secretary.
On motion, the old hoard was re
elected for the term ot two years, as
follows: W. T. McGill, A. H. Billson
and J. W. Cannon. '
After the meeting adjourned the
hoard organized as follows:
W.^T. McGill, chairman,
V. F. Martin, Clerk.
Tho board will meet on Saturday.
Jan. 7th. 1922, for enrollment, etc.
The law places- all veterans and
widows of veter?.ns who aro fifty
years of age on the roll as Class A.
All tho3e who ?re of this ago will
please inform tho "board.
\Ve will have several meetings of
ibo board during January and Feb
ruary.
All those wno nave been drawing
pensions need not appear before the
board. W. T. McGill,
Chairman of Board.
Seneca 'Township Singers,
1 The Seneca 'Township Singing As
sociation will meet with the llope
'woll church .next Sunday, Jan. 8th,
l?ft 2 o'clock p. m. All singers and
lovers of mUBlc are .invited to attend
and help us make Chi s gathering one
of,profit and pleasure.
Joe M. A<bbott, President.
2?30 to 5 o'clock. .The reception hall
and living room presented a most
inviting, and attract Ivo appearance
In their decorations of holly, while
;::&^.?nd :o4W<^?>^^i*4^
.luxuriance' <t? the aceh?^; When the
.'guests' were. asseai biod ' each grand
mother waa naked no tell why she
loved her .grandchildren, each liding
in her reply an adjective beginning
with the letter o? tho alphabet com
ing next in order Lo the ono previ
ously used. The most laughable fea
ture of tho entertainment program
was the "Dutch Orchestra." Each of
tho ladies -was asked to select -tho
instrument on which -She preferred
.to play, and at a given signal from
tho leader.,-was to imitate a perform
! ance on the chosen instrument. The
concert wat ludicrous Ju the extrem?.
/A ?eontest cm writing .telegrams wm
next in ord**r. A strip of paper con
taining ten jle'tters was given each,
guest arid the words of the telegrams;
.were ?to 'begin with the&iven letters.:
Mrs. W. H. "Hughs won irlie first prize
1u this contest, which was a box of
c?ndy. A most delicious ?alad t oursa
with fruit cake and hot chocolate
were-served by t<he hos tees, who was
assisted in serving by Misses Lura
Perri tt, *Cnry and Ida Beta Doylo.
F.. JU .Pickett, ?f RockiBfirham, X.
C., and Mrs. J. B. iPJ.cke.tt, of Sandy
Spriggs, were gue&ta of friends Jin
the ftpjmmuuity last week.
We rogrot to learn of the indispo
sition Af Mrp. 'Martha Wilson and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gilligan, anil Join
their nv.tnerous friends in .the hope
for their early convalescence.
Marshall <B. Dendy and Wilbur
Lund, of Hartwe.il, Ga., were in i he
community during the holidays.
Mrs. Armjnda Elberson, of Moun
tain Rest, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
>R. JJ. Rankin,
Mrs. W. E. WooHbright will bo hos
tess to the Gypsy Smith 'Circle nextt
Friday afternoon nt 2,30 o'olook.
?Miss Esther Edens, of Picken?,
spent the latter pant of Christmas
with her cousin, Miss Olive Lynch,
Miss Carmichael, of Athens, Ga.,
was with her aunt, Mrs. J. P. Strip
ling, last week.
Misses Cora and Zola Hubbard en
tertained .quito a number of their
friends at a Christmas dining Thurs
day, the guests hoing Misses Sallie
arid Julia Davis, Cary Doylo, Stella
and Olivia Barron and Carrie Mc
tMaih'an, and Mrs. J. B. Pickett.
R. R. Holcomb, of Westminster,
was a guest of Frank Marett Wed
nesday.
'Mrs. D. A. Perritt, Misses Lura
Perritt, Mattie Sue Marett, Cary, Ida
Beth and Mrs. Jaspor Doylo and Miss
Esther Edens constituted the de
lightful dinner party at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lynch Friday,
Swift and Frank Marett went to
Greonvlllq,(Saturtlay on business.
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.f. COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES. * j
?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? *J? ?J? ?J. ?J? ?J? ?J? ?I- ?J. ?J?
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?J. OCONEE'S SLOGAN: *
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"Swat Ute V- *J Weevil Hotels. .J?
?> Clean Up . als at Once." * .?.
?j. ??? ?j. ?j? ??? ?j. ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j* *{*'*!"
Orchard Schools.
Field Meetings-? ,
Thursday, Jan. 5th, at 9 a. m., at
S. J. Isbell's, Neville.
Same dato, at ll a. m.. at D. E.
Good's, near Walhalla.
Same date, at 2 p. m., at H. C.
Doggs's, near Seneca.
Holl Weevil and Co-opemtivo
Marketing Mleotlngs.
Oconoo Creek Friday, Jun. 6th, at
3.30 p. m.
Ebenezor-Same date, 7 ?. ni.
Fairfield-'Monday, Jan. 9 th, at
3.30 p. m.
County SiRii-up Meetings-Co-op
erative 'Marketing.
South Union-Tuesday, Jan. 10th.
at 10 a. m.
Westminster-Same date, nt 3 p.
m.
(Retreat No. 2-Same date, at 7. p.
m.
Keowee-Wednesday, Jan. 11th.
at lu a. tn.
Court Houae, vVhlhalla - Same
dato, at 1.45 p. ra.
Seneca, Chamher of Commerce
Hall-Same date, 3.30 p. m.
.Persons interested anywhere over
the county should attend the nearest
meeting. ^
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Sign Up for Better Marketing.
The dates have beet fet:-Tuesday,
and Wednesday, Jan, 10 th and ll th,
aa . shown above - "for the ft?gu^&?K
scamp?r?Ti< to be launched in ,Oiiofi#?3
county for the marketing of cot't?h/
on the California or Oklahoma plan.
This system of Sellin? has proven it
self to be of inestimable value in
many lines of farm products, and
cotton will be no exception. In fact,
Texas and Oklahoma are already
tasting the advantages of this man
ner of soiling, and the entire South
ls either in the campaign or starting i
In.
In this State over 4 0,000 halos
have been signed up, and the cam
paign is just beginning to start in
several counties. Anderson, Plck
ons, Greenville, Greenwood, Abbe-'
ville and practically all the other;
counties have men chosen to lead the
campaign or to assist the county
agents in -putting it before tlhe peo
ple. J. H. Brown has been chosen as
county campaign director for Oconee
toy District Director Bramlett!
'Darlington county, formerly >^o
of the banner cotton counties of the
State, has already signed up 60 per
cent of her entire production. Spar
tanhurg, Marion and Sumter have
each signed np over five thousand
balee ?ach, while Dillon county only
the other week signed up four thou
sand hales.
Not a State which has started tfltis
campaign for efficient marketing has
failed lo succeed In getting the min
imum quota. Oklahoma has 400,
000 bales signed, Texas around 700,
000, Mississippi 300,000, Arizona
nhout 25,000, and North Carolina
300,000.
All of these contrncts are similar
to tho South Carolina contract-all
designed by Aaron Sapiro, noted at
torney for fourteen co-operative as
sociations of California. This 8:?Ce
Is going niter 400,000 bales, based
upon the members' production In
1920; Georgia 400,000, Arkansas
100.000, while FlorHda, 'Aloha nt,,
Tennessee and California are plan
ting to come into thp^same system.
Members of the Texas Association
n statements made at a recent cot
on meeting in Birmingham, were
mthuslastlc over tho selling system
.nd urged other States to fall into
ine. These members stated that
hey were receiving for their cotton
brough tho association, on the same
rade and staple, from $5 to $15 a
ale more than outsiders were get
ing.
It is readily seen where this could
e so when it is known that cotton
n the association will be sold on
cttial grade and staple vaule, in
argo lots of even-running grades,
s direct to mill or exporter as pos
ible, without the large amount of
solemn handling that is now done.
SO?JT?? (jAiftoiiiN? .. BINNINGS
To Deo. 18 ?^.?^^^V^f ^Ld.ttlo Moro
than HaftorG?mlngs t?20.
.
-WoahlngtK D?t?<; 30.-The De
pafymeht ofMftmmVroe, through the
Bureau of t^i||CenBua, .announced to
day the preii&lnary report on cotton
ginned by oottntios In South Carollua
for tho cropf&t i92l'and 1920. The
total for tractate was made public
at 10 a. m??t Tuesday, boc. 20t>h.
?The .. followingstatement* shows
the number^ bales'cf cotton ginned
by each of Vthe several, cou niles In
South .Oj$Min& to Dec. 13, 1921,
with com^Mi^on figures given along
side of som fl a to In ?920:
.Count? ?1 1921. , 1920.
.^l?bevllbMf. ]. . . 16,792 29,577
Aiken 4?'J. . . 13.7G1 41,388
?llend?^l" ... 4,39 2 13,133
Andsrson'lC. . . 61,635 73,958
Bam.be$"^' ... 3,909 20,011
Barnwell,... .. 7,838 28..013
Beaufort' . . . . . i 450 t . 299
Berkele|.;. ... ?.?61 7,242
Cauh^ouJ . . ... 5,18 1 35,330
Cherokee ty ... 14,058 }7,627
Che^te^P . 26,088 . 31,173
C?iefiteVjMd ,. . . 24.0C7 30.67S
Clareirt&n . . 8,119 43,183
C?lle?ojl. 2,022 .6,557
D?rll?KOn .'. . . 22,441 44.227
'Dit?oO?, .... 34,261 34,344
Doib^per :>' . . 1,665 9,382
Edg???ld. .j. ... 7,419 2.4,663
F??tt?fo?!;.''.A.- . . . i0,071 2j$301
FlbrMce ; vj . . . 21,451 .;. 30^75
Gepr^town;. . ., 419 '3,487
Greenville? . .,'.41,74$ 40,782
Twood - ... ,\ 13, 8 46. 86,5 2 4
ton W ... 2,949 .76,813
??' .. 3,7>8 J.370
.A,*?0 - 852
mmSK ...'12,531 34v753
M?. -.'WA** 2Q.692
85,297 56,769
McCormick.. .. 4,170 15,080
Mari?n. 1^848 17,665
Marlboro .. ... 49,780 59,048
Newberry .. .. 18,819 41,361
OeoneO. 31,437 10,232
Orangeburg .. . 18,082 84,311
Pickons. 21,852 16,477
Richland . . _ 8,306 33,285
Saluda.. 9,085 28,447
Spartanlmrg . . .. 68.782 73,1 51]
Sumter. 18.403 51,490
Union.16.894 22,102
Williamsburg . . 7,432 ' 29,157
York. 40,139 37,580
AU other. 269 750
Total.758,327 1,364,081
JAMES M. MOSS ELECTED MAYOR
Entire Ticket Headed by Him Came
in by Good Majority.
The municipal election was held in
'Walfhalla yesterday, James M". Moss
being elected Mayor aird his entire
/ticket winning in the contest. Mr.
iMose received, wo are informed reli
ably, though not officially'177 votes,
and 'Wie remainder of the ticket be
ing given practically a similar vote.
This result gives the local officers
for the next two years as follows:
Mayor-'James M. Moss.
Aldermen-J. W. 'Garrett, Chas.
A. Hetrtck, M. C. Long, N. H. Mc
Guire, S. L. Verner, C. P. Walker.
Re-elected on Electric Light Com
mission-G. / . Norman,
lUonrd of Health-(Dr, J. W. Bell,
W. D. Moss, J. A. Parker.
The entire list of officers is a good
ono, and >wo feel suio that Walhalla
will have a "safe and sane" adminis
tration during their tenure for the
notft two years.
Taking the lowest figure of esti
mated saving-$4 per bale, given by
tho Texas growers-and tho saving
to the farmers of Oconee county
would ibe around $100,000. Why
should any man stand in the way
of putting this thing across?
Tho Speaker
at the six big county-wide sign up
mooting? sdheduledilor Tuesday and
Wodnesday, Jan. 10 th and 11th, will
be A. A. McKeown, District Agont
of the Extension Service of Clemson
Callege and the United States De
partment ?t Agriculture. Any one
having questions concerning the co
operativo marketing of cotton should
)lan to attend one of the big moot
ngs. It is THE DUTY of every citi
on of Oconee county to become well
ind reliably informed on the great
mbject of co-operative marketing.
Jonie to the six big meetings.
George R. Briggs,
County Agent.
x$\' New Pour Cylinder 1
would make the family th
some Christmas Present
give. Give them somethi
the family can enjoy cqua
they will thank you alwa1
Walhal
"Oldsmobile J
W.. P. DICKSON KILLED BY TRAIN
ls (Supposed to HAVO Ileon Attempt^.
. lng to Cross Track Between Oars.
?-*"t
Seneca, Jan. 3. - Speolai; Mrs.
.Henry White and babyr of Chester,
visited Mrs. John Edwards during
the holidays. ?>y ;
. Death of W. Pat pleiteo?.
A distressing accident occurred in
Seneca last Friday afternoon about
3 o'clook when W. fit Dickson was
run over by a frelghlt, train at the
Tonwvliie street railroad crossing.
As there were no witnesses, ?he sup
position is that Mr> Dickson . was at
temtptlng to cross b?bwe?n -the cara
while the train was standing, taking
on water from the .tank near the
depot, and bef ore j he got over tho
train m?ve'd forward'aiid' huried him
to the ground, causing instant death.
The news of the tragedy was soon
heard all over town and bought ?
deep sorrow to the. hearts of^ w^
one. The body was carrig to <W?od??
undertaking paring to be prepared
for burial, '?md w<as "later taken tc
his la*.e home about five miles below
Seneca Saturday afternoon. Mr. Dick
son was a man of genial disposition,
always having a friendly word for
every one he met, and was a true
Christian gentleman. He will bc
sadly missed, not only in his homo,
but by the entire community. Tho
funeral services were conducted by
Rev. I. E. Wallace In tho Seneca
Presbyterian church, and were con
cluded at the grave In Mountain
View cemetery. The deepest sympa
try goes out to the widow and chil
dren in this sad hour of their sore
affliction.
Local and PCrsotnal News.
Mrs. Phil Sitton, of Pendleton'; was
a week-end guest of Mrs. Julian
Dendy.
'Miss Frances Alexander entertain
ed a number of her college friends
at a spend-the-day parity during the
holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Oignilliat en
tertained at a dinner party Friday
evening In honor of their son, Q. W.
A nunvber of O. W.'s school boy
friends enjoyed this Christmas cele
bration with him.
One of the outstanding social ac
tlvl'ties of tho holiday season was
a dance given by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Ram'seur, of Newry, in honor of
their attractive house guest, Miss
Youse, of indiana. A large number
of the,Seneca (lancing set were in
attendance.
Miss Nancy Hines added a charm
ing affair to an unusually full week
of social events Wednesday after
noon, when she entertained as an
ititontion to her guest, Miss Margaret
Motte, of Lincolnton, N. C.
A,plea3ant gathering of the mem
bers of the Once-ajWeek Clulb was
held Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
Ralph Ramsour. The members re
sponded to roll-call with items re
lating to Christmlas. One of Mrs.
Moore's ('Betsy Hamilton) Interest
ing reminiscences ol Christmas cn
the plantation of her girlhood homo
In Alabama was re?d by Mrs. J. W.
(Villis,^ and was thoroughly enjoyed
:>y all. A speolai nautical treat was
liven by Miss Youse with two voa*!
numbers. Misses Nancy Hines and
Margaret Motto rendered instrumen
tal numbers, which were a delight
Oldsmobile Touring Car
e most useful and nand
it would be possible - to
ng that every member ol
Hy the year around* Arid
i
mi
la, 5. C;
Sets the Pace." J $
Let'sRpre!
COME AND LET ME FIGURE
WITH YOU ON WHAT
YOU NEED!
. . m-iv
JUST RECEIVED
Carload Freeh < Cement.
Carload Hmo,
Carload Uncle Sam fto-Ol?aner*^.
Oat? to ?ell at right ptioea, /
Car ; of Webber ana ?Coi '$??j?
Wagons, High Point . ^^?7
Harness, Stalk
Hal rows, the rj? Gesanim ' 0?l-v
ver-Plpws-<?ttdJtol)ftlr8f1 I
r ' 1 CATTLE. ?
fl . All I ask is that you como and
S lot nie show you. My rodeos are
I away down. .
I IF YOU RIDE, RIDE RIGHT!
I HIGH POINT BUGGIES!
It will be a pleasure to fill your
orders.
Remember: Drown Has It br
Brown Gets It!
W. M. Brown,
WALHALLA, S. O.
W A1,1 IA I iL A PARENT-TEACHERS*
Association to Moot Tills Afternoon
at 4 O'clock IA School Building.
The Walhalla l?j?rml>Tonchor8' As?
sedation is hereby called to meet at
Die High School building Dil? (Wed
nesday) afternoon at 4 o'clock. Very
important business is to be discussed
and it is. hoped that every member
and interested citizen will attend the
meeting.
Them are martters of vital import
ance to Die school that must be con-,
sidered. If you feel an interest inY
Walhalla High School, whether a,
member of tho Parettfe/Toncher Asso
ciation or not, aittend tho meeting,
and be on hay ul at the hour set-4
o'clock. You may regret not having,
attended this meeting if you fall or
neglect to do so. Secretary,
O oonoo Cotton Statistics.
.Seneca, Dec. 31.-Special: There
were 21,437 bales of cotton ginned
In Oconee 'county, from tho crop of
1921, prior to Deo. 13, as compared
with 19,232 bales ginned lo Dec. 13,
1920. John 0. Sanders,
Oconee Cotton Statistician,. .
to appreciative .listeners. These
young ladles are talented ircists. Tho
visitors of the afternoon were Miss;
Youse, of Indiana; Mrs. Clinton. Maf;
e?t, of Nowry; Mrs. L. D. Wy ly, of
Lu moor ton, N. O. ; Mrs. Marett', ot
Atlanta; Mise Ramsey, Toccoa; Miss
Liicllo Hamilton, Breneau College:
Miss ?r^f?'?i*'?v *?o?Wf Limi?luton, N?
C.; Misa Nancy Hine*. At ttl? bon*
elusion of tho program I empting re
freshments were served. \

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