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THOU CANST NOT THEN BB FALSE TO AFT MAN."
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New Series No. 940. - Volume LXXL - No. K.
We can show you mor
seen together in a long time,
Prices on small or med?
than we ever sold them.
Large Mules, suitable i
We can please you, E
booster for us,
G W. & J. E. 1
I have oponed nn up-to
date Shoe Making and Re
pair Shop 'in the former
Norman Drug Oo, Stand,
next door (Bait) -tfo/O. W.
??/Stor?V>!jf *viU bo
will carry with it my ( full
guarantee that lt' is llrst
class in every respect.
A\I) AS TO
they will bo just as low as
possible consistent, with tho
class of work I turn out.
.'NO SHODDY WORK
AT ANY PRICE"
is tho motto that I intend
te adhere to. I want your
repair work, and when you
havo had mo do ono Job for
you, I want you to come
back again. Therefore
MY PERSONAL GUARANTEE
WITH EVERY JOB
Como to mo with your
Shoe Troubles. I'm look
ing for troubles of this
kind. "Pli fix 'om."
AN UP-TO DATE
For Ladles and Gentlemen.
I>rop in on your way and
have yo?r Shoes Properly
Old Norman Drug Co. stand,
WALHALLA, S. C.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
The Pollcy-iIIOlders of tho Farm
ers' Mutual Livestock Insurance As
sociation aro horeby given notice
thai an assessment was made on the
1st day of February to moot losses
and expenses, and nil persons Inter
ested aro notiiflod to make payment
pronuptly, or Policies will be can
celled for non-payment of assess
ment. S. J. I?BEL/L,
Feb. 15, 1922.. 7
THroo II mildred StudetUts .Mado Sick.
? Columlbus, Miss., Feb. 13.-Snu
Wouts of tho Maseikslppi State Col
lege for Womon were recovering to
Vlay from tho effeots of what wa? de
scribed by officials ns ptomaine poi
soning, duo to ho eating fit chlckon
Walad, which was served alt the even
ing moal yestorday.
? Three hundred of tho studonts be
came 1U last nHglvt, and physicians
'from Uho olty wore summoned, in
.a majority of inoUnnces simple rem
'edles wore offectivo, but In some of
tho ensos rose Al to stfomac'h pumps
?was necossary. .Some of tho studonts
btlll aro lintier troatentment, nono,
'however, hoing rogorded ns seriously
Rub-My-TIsm for rheumatism.-ad
e Good Mules than you have
tum Mules are lower than
or road work, are a fair price.
Very man we sell makes a
SIGN-UP WORK GOES FORWARD
SAtisfifttorily - Darlington atad Dil
lon Counties I .?ead in S. C.
I Columbia, Feb. 13.-Members ot
the organization committee of tho
South Carolina Cotton Growers Co
operative Association at a meeting
held here Friday he'ard the most en
courgaing reports as,to the progress
Of the campaign over the state,;
They .he'ard Ci O, Moser, secretary;
of the A'meVioan Cotton Grower*'-;
Darlington county is now leading
all the counties in South Carolina
with a total of 17,200 bales signed.
Dillon county is second.
'Mr. Moser told tire members of
tlie ?convinttitee th'at the members of
th e.Texas association had gotten an
j average of $15 a bale more for their
j coOton titan had the farmers who
are not memlbers. He said that he
could furnish proof of this If anv
j ono donUts it. The growers are de
iligUited w't.h the retenBtis they aro
getting, and the bankers and busi
nessmen are also highly pleased he
cause it is contrlfbuldng t'o tho pros
perity of" Texas.
Mr. Moser spent Thursday In Ral
eigh, N. ?. He said the organization
of the .North Carolina association ls
Sn a wonderfully cohesive and efn
Icieht condition, tho campaign to
Sign u'p 200,000 bales having re
cently been completed in that State.
It was found, after all of the tabu
lation's had been comipleted, that tlie
total number of bales signed ha:*?
I rea cb ed approximately 400,000, br
almost double the quota.
The very best men in North Car
olina were elected officers and direc
tors ot the assoctat'on, Mr. Moser
said. Tho campaign for the for na
tion of tbe aesOcintrton in Georgia ls
progressing very s: tisfactorily. The
.Arkansas association has already
successfully concluded Its campaign,
(tho meeting of the organization
committee Friday, and every man
present arose and promised to go
homo, tadte off his coat and work
until the vcloso of the campaign on
APPEALING FOR JEWISH RELIEF
M'light of Jewish Sufferers In Europe
is Pitiable in Extreme. .
?Charleston, Feb. 14.-The advis
ory, board of tho South Oarollnu
Jewish Relief Committee, consisting
principally of tho Jowis-h rabbis of
the SKate, has addressed a letter to
AH clergymen of tlhe State asking
.them to appeal to their congroga*
Wonb to contribute toward tho fund
being raised in tbe Srtnte for relief
bf the Jewish war sufferers In Eu
Vopo. The letter follows:
"Nover Iii the hitftory of suffering
tinm'anity has such a heart-rondlng
Ury reached our ears as that of tlhe
unTortunato Jewish victims. Tho
MnspcAakablo horrors and untold
?crimes perpetrated against them in
.Russia, Poland, Hungary and other
European lands make one's hair
Mtand on ond. Moro tilvan a million
linen, women and children have boen
Mono to death In tb? Ukraine alono,
ad of those who still survive wo may
bay with a roliablo eye-witness that
?f tho ten pingues of Egypt wore
l.tvultlpllod ton-fold they would not
.begin to meateuro tho misfortunes
1that have overwhelmed them.
? "To ?avo alivo thoso who have not
Vet perished from hungor, exposuro
?and dlseaso, and to take caro of the
.hundreds of thousands of the help
less and homeless orphans, it is nec
essary to raise *\ minimum of $14,
END OF SESSION ,NOT IN SIGHf
Svetbator Mw,o? WHfcea o? Wt mt Ha* !
Reen Dowe-Some Tax Bills. \,
Columbia, Feb. 13.-Editor KOCK
wee Courier: As this ls the sixth
week of the 1922 session of the Gen
eral AJssemibly, and the end of tho:.
session ls not in sight, I have debjT
ded to write you somo of ?he doings
of this session. *
The Oconee delegation has passed-'
several local mensures. (We have
passed acto validating all of tuty
sohool bonds of tho districts having
bond issues. Also an act validating^
'the bonds for .tho town of Walhalla]
Tho derogation Ivis passed an act
requiring tho Slate Treasuror to
tUrn over ^ertv.in funds to tihe Treas
urer of Oconee county which hu ve
accumulated ,in his ofllee as <t' rental."
from the F?d?rai government by'
reason of (he Federal forests being
in Oconee county. One-half tot this
funid goes to tho schools of OconoQ:
and oneJh'alif to the roads.
Among the State-wide bills AvhlclV
have passed- tho House and .Senate
are tho gasoline 'tax bill and the.in-/
h erl ta nco tax till, The l<ncomo tait;.
.bill, the hydro-electric ilax bill and
tho corporation license bill have ffflff
passed the .House a-nd are now be?;
fore the Senate for considerations
Besides theso revenuo measure^
there ls atso before the House th,e?
luxury tax bill, which has had two^
readdngs ,(n tho Mouse and will prAf:
bably reach the Senato early this?
woek. All of these me-aeures wi,U
meet with strong opposition In twfr
Senate, but .most of them will protya?
Wy pass loi some form or other. y
When it comes to the income tajp
MU the Senate hae .three bills fr A'
whioh to choose. One .of these ls Sat
bill submitted by the Senate Fln'in??
Com mi itee as a substituto for tho
(House bill. This is olosely mode)e$
au'tef the Federal law and. follo$ *
phut law as .to exemptions. .The rate'
M\tiaxat.tx>n,.however, ls different."M",
? Sen tor Padget, of OoWe^o^ *
a/iso introduced an Incoi?gft?
tn .which the rfc t#? are "J
"single persons) -as In the Finando.
Senator McGheo, of Greenwood,
also has an Income measure, the
provisions of which .would require
every person who makes an Income
tax return to the Federal govern
ment to mlake a return to the State
government and pay a tax to the
State government equal to ten per
cent of the amount paid to ,the Fed
We Wave had several Oconee gen
t?emetn to visit us during the pa.-*'
week, and of theso there were E. L.
Herndon, Esq., and Mayor james M.
Moss, of Walhalla, who were with
us for a short space laet week and
rendered us somo very valuahle nelp
In Oconee's affairs.
Vt was our pleasure also to have
with us fJUntea H. Brown, ex-JRepve
sotntatlve for our county, of the
South Union section. Mr. jjjrown was
attending a Stnte-wtide meeting of
the Co-operative Marketing? Asso
ciation, ah organization that ls be
ing launched in the interest of our
James M. Alexander, superintend
ent of tho Newry Cotton Mills, at
tended the memorial exorcises, held
Tuesday night of last week, ior his
brtother, the late Senator Frank E.
Alexander, of Pi'ckens.
I understad that tihe balance of
this boss-ton ?will bo taken up in boll
weevil legislation. Senator Wells, of
Edgefleld, has intioduced a resolu
tion to eliminate the planting of
?otiSon to one crop ovory two years.
Yours truly, W. P. Mason.
Iteprcsemturtivo M. H. Cooper Dead
Oolumhia, Fob. ll.-iM'arlom Reed
Cooper, aged 73, memlber of the
.H'ouSo-of Rop'r elson t'a tl voa from tho
county of Beaufort, died at the home
of h'ls sister, Mrs. Lizzie Clark, in
this city, thin morning at 0.20, after
an lllnoss of several weeks. The im
mediate cause bf his death was
?Mr. Cooper was for years a prom
l'n-pnt figuro Im South Cb. roi i n'a poli
ticos. He was a man of stYong opin
ions. Although mot im the best of
health for tho past few years, ho
was an outstanding ligure in tho
General Assonvbly, and the long ten
ure of his service for his State made
his counsol valuahle to his contem
-666 cures malarial fever.-adv.
000,000. The Jews of America am
doing their utmost to come ?bo tho
rescue of their unfortunate co-re
ligi'onlaOs acroas the Atlantic. But
the need ls so great, that they find
themselves compelled to appeal to
those who are not of their faith.
May we, therofore, ask you to ap
.peal from your pulpit to the charita
ble and genorous of your congrog*
tion fco Join us in this act of human
ity, and help us save men, w/omon
and children from perishing? Will
'you not nsk thom to come forward
with tholr bounty and send us in
tholr contr Ibu Wons be foro lt ls too
r DOLI? ll ROBB'S EX011A NOE
Fire In Wfow York-Cleo. \V.
J Pratt Soi<et??ry of Concern.
[ow York, Feb. 10.-AVall street
'rienc?d a' sensation Thursday
n /tibe District Attorney's olllce
rt an investigation of tho >f?mc>r~
'wOtitOn , ExOh'unge, in iBroad
let, in the war on the bucket
?ti ring, which, ns .divulged exclu
ily by Universal Service, has de
eded American inventors of $G,
,000,000 in' tUio Jaet itou'r years.
jjfTheJy ray we are ? ?bucket shop,"
W. Pratt, secreitary and *roas
jUHK of tho exchange, admitted on
?^rrsday night in discussing tho
[iiykiimt. Cfflcerb of the Cotton
ihnnge lila ve been questionod, and
books and records will be exam
by exptert auditors fro'm the
Many Soatts VVoro Sold.'
tlOre than 2,000 seats have been
on the Vmebidu'n 'Cotton Bourse,
[ich up ?to two mont'hs ago was
.'kttpwn as the American Cotton and
0$^>n Exchange. A. W. Graham, for
merly United States cotton figures
.?/Moincy, is president of tho ox
Cffiinge. Randolph Rose, lormerly of
?Miranta, who operates two broker
age houses In the Wall street dls
^wbt, is vice president.
?'('^i?oth C, ra hain, who carries the ti
ti^, of ";ud?e," and .S^crotary Pi litt'
\)jmnded the Investigation us'a "fish
ing expedition" inspired by .bius-iness
j?Knpeaitora. Tl!ey doe'lared it a
Primal move IO crush the exchange,
enylng that there wn*3 any basis j
e charge that the exchange 1B
?bucket shop," Secretary Pratt]
ifd: "Of couY.se wa don't pretend
'Hq-, CLa/lm all the pafmts are in our
nization or all the rascals in
Brother one." .
Former Citizen of Walhalla.
??George Walker (Pra?tt is a former
d well known citizen of Walhalla
d later of Attenta. Only a year or
ire Mr. Pratt visited old friends
\ Walhalla, and at that time he
iS'.mOst enthusiastic In his conver
sion concerndng the Cotton and
lin Exchange, then just a young|
'and with whteh ho was as
t?d. v. t ?te? doting a hip bush-1
^^aiai-eiria a^legltlm?t? h?t?i^j
nes?,'( .'Che chtelf..design of which,
aside'firoin good profit?'for Its mem
bers, being to Yd Yance ' the Interests
oif the Southern cotton growers and
the grain grower's of the West, In
furnishing them with a legitimate
means of disposing of their produc;s
without having themselves subject-'
ed to the dangers of "tho wolves of
Wall street." Hil? friends here hope
that, as he sayo of his conOern, it
will be found to be a legitimate,
trading concern that will bear tho
Hglvt of full investigation and bo
proven to be a c.OnOern of merit and
benefit to the pu'bllc, instead of, as
has .been charged against the prin
cfr/als, of being t'ho operators of the
not overly popu'l'ar "bucket shOp."
THE IiOOAL NEWS FROM SENECA
Widmen Observe WqOk of P nay or
<A<8&lstapice OBI Yortir Inco>me Tax.
Seneca, Feb. 14.-ISpocal: Col.
'R. T. J'aynes,, of our Ulster town of
Walhalla, waa a recetat business vis
itor in Seneca.
Dr. Robert Miason, of Greenwood,
formerly of Oconeo, was a welcome
visitor here the middle of Hie week
Dr. M'aisOn whs visiting his Ulster,
Mr?. W. J. Lu'nney.
The Wizard of Tam'asfcee chapter,
D. A. R., will meet ^Tuesday after
noon, Feb. 21 st, at 4 o'clock. Miss
Sue N'lmjmoiis wi M be hostess at that
time, ln'ste'ad of (Mr's. E. A. Hines, as
Misa Dora Dumas, Miss Ruth Ad
amis, Mis. lUiBkln A'ndorson fund Lu
cian Anderson, forming ii congenial
parly, left Snind'ay flor a two weeks'
st,ay In Flo lida.
'Mrs. W. 55. .WilUtmire paid honor
to the birt h dla y of hor husband by
InVltUng a few of his friend's to Join
1n tho celebration Fr'day eventing at
ithelr homo. ,A bourse dinner was
served nod enjoyed by the follow
ing: Rev. H. B. Hardy, Rev. I. E.
Wallace, O. I<\ 'Mttit'tlsOn, G./W". Shir
ley, |F. C. Ayer, at. H. Dil worth, Rus
kin jAnderson, and t'ho host, W. lZ.
'Mrs. Leslie Strlbllng Spout a few
dayii In Sparfaivburg tho past week
to afttehd the l?illy Sunday mooting.
Tte 'Woman's Auxiliary of the
P reiby teri am church willi o'bsorvo
this week os tho week of prayer for
foreign missions. Wednesday and
Friday are set apart for the special
dayt of prayer, and every inomber
ls u ged to meet promptly at four
o'clcck nt tho chu rem. Tho "Mossing
boxe?" will be opened Friday after
M?S Camille Wood, a momlbor of
tho fjonior class of Anderson College,
was at homo for tho week-end .
M es Jessie Lawrence return od to
Sene ?'a Sunday from Greenwood, af
ter a two days' vtlslit to her parents,
Mr. i nd Mrs. J. T. Lawrence.
'Mu. Wm. L. Austin ?pent a few
dayskhe flret of tho week in Pendle
I>e|>ttty Collecrtor R. F. Jenkins
will ie- In Seneca on Friday, Satur
day tn? Monday. Feo. 17, 18 and
20, ,fur che purpose of rendering ns
slsttatce and giving information to
those required to mnko income tax
OLDSMOBILE OWNERS ARE COIN
TO 2200 MILES TO THE GALLON <
MODEL FOUR CYLINDER OLDS M
MILES TO THE GALLON OF GASOL1
IS ALSO GOOD. ONE OWNER S
WOULD OUTPERFORM ANY CAR
PRICE OR NUMBER OF CYLINDERS
WATCH THE OL
-T-r- r i ????!? i ? II m !?? ??????in mun
LET'S STA HT SOMETHING NOW.
Ovpt. lkillongev TliJhilk? It IB Timo to
Hot um to ,Pre-War Salaires.
Editor Keowoe Courier:
(Please allow me space in your pa
per for a few (delate.
Almost every day J see some good
articles on the tax situation, and all
?tho writers agree tfhat something
has to he done to relieve the heavy
burden which ia on us, buH no one
haa said what tho something is. Now
I want to add my testimony llhat we
ought to have some relief, and ?tute
Something that ought to help.
In my buBlnese life, when I find
.that my expenses are exceeding my
income, and J know that I must keep
going, . I either increase ray income
or decreaso my expenses. I think
that all have failed to keep up our
incomes, yet we have tried every
thing that has been suggested.
" .l?ir<3t, wo were , told that ^ cotton
grader liv eVoiry community would
help; then the export corporator
we paid out a -considerable sum of
money on that; then the War Fi
ance corporator-we have that
and we still seo that cotton is gqing
down and all other farm produce
going on down. We aeo bankrupt
notices every day-farmers, mer
chants and banks failing to stand
'he stiirtin. We mus? aee if we can
find some way of reducing our ex
The tiret tDiing that I would sug
gest is that we cut salaries and
wages t? pre-war figures. 1 think
that with tho help of *he efficient
demonstrators walch we have 'had in
thia county now tor several years,
that wo farmers and on-* wives and
our daughters should have learned
how to manago our atfiairs, and
iwo could give them a vacation. If
we would all quit buying whdskey,
'we could relieve the county police.
i\Vo might hint to the highway de
partment that they could afford a
cut from top to bottom. Nobody ob
jected when salaries and wages went
up with the cotton prices, and now
whon they are asked to reduce they
should not squeal.
As my o14 friend, Jake Cook,*
Soys, "The war is over now, ?and we
'mould alli take our losses and go
i work to try to reconstruot our
county, our State ami our nation.
iLike winning the War, it will take
all of us, and Mi o sooner we start
.thc he titer. We are standing still or
we aro going backwards. I realize
that I might have burst a -bomlb shell
in the camps, but we are burst now
M we would own up to it."
If there ls any other citizens In
tho county who think as I do, Jet
them say so-and more-and wo
might start something that would
?help a littlo. Respectfully,
1 J. J. Ballonger.
Seneca, S. C., Feb. 7th.
returns. Mr. ?enkUr.U urges all who
(may ?need his assistance to make an
vjfitort to soo htm on these dates.
Mrs. C. S. Lowery has as her
guests Mrs. Stewart and two chil
dren, o? Fountain Inn.
?Mrs. Wales Lowery and children
have returned to Greenville aftor a
week's visit to-Mrs. T. M. Lowery.
Mis? Lila Sluvrafd, of Iva, was a
weok-end visitor of her brother-in
la<w and sister, Rev. and Mrs. I. E.
Tho "Sentinel," a publication got
ten out by Hie Seneca High School,
nvado its seculnd appearance last
week. It lias attracted favorable .at
tention by t/ho general public. Tho
first teteu o was very creditable, but
tho second ono ove'n surpasaos that.
We wOuid hardly call the "Senti
nal" a school magazine, yet lt gives
a good Insight ?nto what the pupils
aro doing in the school room from
the first tlhrough the 11th grades.
While tho entire faculty ia. respon
sible in ,a degroo for the success of
the "Sentinel," yot we consider it
only Just to m'ako special mention
of tho work of Miss lila Thompson,
who had Charge of tho publication
and all o.ther arrangements. There
uro to be two moro oditions of the
STANTLY REPORTING FROM 1800
[)P LUBRICATING OIL IN THE NEW*
OB1LES. SIXTEEN TO TWENTY"
NE DURING THE WINTER MONTHS
AW LAST WEEK THAT HIS CAR
IN THE COUNTY, REGARDLESS OF
!. RATHER A BROAD STATEMENT.
DSM O BI LE FOUR..
la, S. C.
??eta the Pace."
COME AND LET ME FIGURE
WITH YOU ON WHAT
Carload Fresh Cement.
Carload Uncle Ham Re-Gleaned
Oats to .sell at right prices. .
Car of Webber mid Columbus
Wagons, High Point Buggies,
Harness, stalk Cutters, Dise
Hai rows, (he Old Genuine "OH- .
MULES, HORSES AND
All I ask is that you como and
lot mo show you. My prices aro
IF YOU RIDE, RIDE RIGHT!
HIGH POINT BUGGIES!
It will ho a pleasure to fill your
Remember: Brown Has It or
Brown Gets It! I
W. M. Brown,
WALHALLA, S. C.
lYRMED CROWD ^SEEKING NEGRO
t.'hnt'god with Cfrlmjfytfjf! Ay>umlt In
(Dalily Mall, Feh. 13.)
Hundreds of infuriated men made
Uearch of Anderson county in quest,
'of Wiard Thomtpeon, a 25-year-old.
.negro mian, who is charged wtth at
.templted criminal assault upon a.
.prominent young white woman of
n^ar AhtreviMe. The search began
tSat?rdlay evening and continued all
?dn>y Sunday, and this morning re
ports of st;he huift. hoing continued
ure still being heard.
The. negro whs n farm Wand on
tho farm of tho fat?hor of his in
tended victim and' made the ajssault.
upon the womian about sundown on
Saturday evenrhg. Rellablo reports,
??.Cate that the young wonva'n was
milking and Thompson was feeding
?stock in the Warn. The negro is al
leged bo have crept up behind the
.young wonjan and grasped her by
Uie throat. Finger pri'n?- , It is said,
wore Still tc* be soon upon close ox
Umlnatfon of tlie >oung woman's
'neck o'n Sund<ay morning. The wo
! man screbmod and wrenched away
.from tho negro and ata'rted running
towards tho homo. Her mother, on
hearing tho screams, came toward
tho barn, and the nogro took/to his
Tho newe spread like wild-fire,
land within a'n hour .a body of men
-had gathered for Imo purpose of
"hunting the negro. They ?aro tfald to
lmvo succeeded 'n tracking the no
/gro t'o a house about 7 miles from
.Anderson, amd from this point tho
.?rail was rodt. The Towds which
carno through and near Anderson
yestorday wdre composed' of both
??hites and black*. The negroes in
?the coittmti'nitiy wherein, the crime
?wtas attempted were as much ln
f eased ovor tho attemlpt as wore the
wtolte people, and were helping hunt
down the accused negro. \
-Rub-My-Tlflui, a pain killer.-ad
"Sentinel" during this scholastic
year, the'one which ha's Just made
Us appearance being bhp aecohd.