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ftSibUshod Evory Wednesday Morning
Ono Year .fl.QO
Six Months .BS
Advertising Hatos Reasonable.
Hy Stock, Sholor, Hughs & sholor.
Communications ot a personal
charactor charged for as advertise
Obituary notices, cards of thanks
and tributes of respect, either by
Individuals, lodgos or churches, are
charged for as for advertisements at
rate of one cent a word. Cash must
accompany manuscript, and all sucb
notices will be marked "Adv." in
conformity with Federal ruling on
WALHALLA, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, MAROU 8, 1022.
THE AD. SPELLING CONTEST.
Yes, tho answers to tho advertised
mis-spelled words in last woek's Cou
rier came in-l i 0-odd of them. A lot
were handed in at tho oillce, moro of
them carno through tho mail from
all parts of tho county, and a few
from both North Carolina and Geor
gia. And, taken as a whole, it was
n woll-gotten-up bunch of replies
that came into our hands for con
'Mr. Gribble, tho advertising man
who workod up tho contest, left no
instructions ns to whether answers
were to bo in manuscript or could be
typewritten, and wo found it abso
lutely impossiblo to grado manu
script letters by the same standards
ns those that apply to typewritten
matter. Therefore, in Justice, as it
seems to us, .to all contestants, we
?have taken the liberty of dividing
the prizes into two sections-manu
script nnd typewriter specimens. Wo
believe this will prove satisfactory
to all contestants.
Of the 142 replies received, 42
contestants gave all the mis-spelled
words along with the correct spell
ing of them. Thirty-eight of these
correct replies were in manuscript
and eight were written on the type
writer. Of the romaining 100 re
plies no one had all the words cor
rected properly, the range of inaccu
racies being from one to nine incor
So that oach contestant who had
an error or errors in his or her Hst
submitted may see Just wherein he
or she "fell down," we give below
tho completo Usl of advertisers, ?te
mis-spelled word and, the o?rreol rt
spelling in each instance the word
given first ls incorrect, the second
being V. ? correct word;
Piedmont Motor Co.
Noran's Dry Goods -Store.
Palmetto Filling Station.-.
Tho Texas Company.
Moss & Ansel.
Tho People's Store. -
The Enterprise Bank.
Bank of Walhalla.
Cash Grocery Company.-?
Dell's Drug Store.
R. F. Sassard.
The Host rapers
submitted, according to our judg
ment on careful consideration of the
three points of accuracy, neatness
and time of receipt, wero submitted
by tho following:
(lBt)-Mrs. P. H. Berry, Rich
land, S. C.-One-half of the
(2d)--Mrs.Louis Glymph, Fair
Piny, S. C.-Ouo-half of tho
(1st) - Miss Sara Macaulay, of
Walhalla - One-half of tho
Second Prize .$1.00
(2d)-Miss Lila E. Roedor, of
Westminster, S. C.-Ono
half of Socond 'Prize.$1.00
These prizes wero fixed by Mr.
Gribble at $3.00 for tho first prize
nnd $2.00 for ibo second prize. But
since ho failed to spoclfy that tho
replies must bo in manuscript form,
and since we could find no way of
accurately reconciling a judgment
ns between manuscrlps and typewrit
ten matter, we havo made this di
vision of tho prizes. Otherwise wo
would havo had to throw out those
made on (ho typewriter, considering
only tho manuscripts. This, it seems
to us, would hardly havo been either
"faro" or "fair" to those who used
the typewriter, since Mr. Gribble did
not think to make the distinction.
Chocks will he malled out this af
ternoon to the whiners in tho con
test. We thank you! Now got to
work on the five-weeks Palmafesta
contest for a representativo at Palm
nfesta, Columbia, who will havo a
chance to beeomo Queen and incl
-?..il> r- ' ..blain, as a gift from
V; ' u/.e,)s of tho State's Capital
Olly a ^:>oo diamond ring.
Southern India ls bothered wlin
whito ants, which oat Ibo Insulation
off nnunclator wires.
NEWS NOTES OF BOUNCY LAND.
Jud?os Activoly Engaged in Ohtreh
Work-S. 1. A. Mooting,
Bounty Land, March 6.-?Sp?cial:
Mrs. Swift 'Marett, of tho Oakway
touching faculty, spent tho week-ond
In the home of Mr. Marett's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Marett.
Mrs. A rmi mia 101 ho THOU, of (he
Mountain Heat section, has returned
to tho homo of hor sister, Mrs. R. y.
Rankin, where she expects to abide
through tho remainder of her life.
Mrs. Elber8on is aged and quite foo
ble, and had boon Hying practically
alono for some timo since tho death
of hor husband.
Claude Lynch Is visiting in Ton
Wo regret to report the illness of
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Lynch. The for
mer has been seriously ill for about
ten days. Both are improving, how
ever, and we hope will soon be con
Mrs. Edgar Pund, of Augusta, Ga.,
ls on a vlBit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jasper Doyle, she having ar
rived last Wednesday. Her husband,
Dr. E. R. Pund, is expected the lat
ter part of this week. They will re
turn to Augusta Monday.
E. R. Shanklin motored to Green
ville Saturday on buslnoss.
Tho Gypsy Smith Circle was most
delightfully entertained Friday af
ternoon by Mrs. John Maxwell. Ow
ing to disagreeable weather only a
few of the members were present,
these being Mesdames D. A. Perrltt,
Dean Davis, Jasper Doyle and Miss
Julia Davis, and we were delighted
to add to our number "Mrs. Terry
Meares, of Fairview, who is a most
pleasing and valuable acquisition to
tho group, and we hope to have her
with us regularly. After an instruct
ive and Interesting lesson from "Tho
Task that Challenges," delectable
chocolate cake and coffee were sev
ed, the hostess being assisted in serv
ing by Mrs. Terry Meares. Mrs. Dean
? Davis extended an Invitation to the
I circle to meet with her on the after
noon of April 7th.
The School Improvement Associa
tion will meet next Friday afternoon
at 3.30 o'clock. We expect to have
with us our County Home Demon
stration Agent, Miss Ethel Counts,
and It ls hoped that all the ladies of
the community will be present at
this meeting, as Miss Counts will
glvo a talk on "Spring Cleaning"
and will doubtless give us some very
timely hints In regard to this im
portant feature of housekeeping.
Miss Cary Doyle, of Sandy Springs,
spent the week-end with home folks
Time I? the test of truth. Ami
Doaa's Kktaey Pille have stood thc
test in Walhalla. No WolhaUa reel
dent who suffers backache, or asmoy
lng urinary Hie can re main ?uso*
tincad V this twio?-taV? testimony.
W. S. GraM, blacksmith, Spring St.
WulhAlle, Bi-jtf: "1 ;hurt my '.vacl
many y^ar^ \)cn and slnoo P?.'.<*
have hoon troubled "Tith kidney n'ivi
plaint Whoa i h?iVo ono vi thea*
attacks, severe pains shoot througl
my kidneys and these organs de ne
act as they should. I have dtzsj
spells and severe pains in the bael
of my hoad. I have used Donn's Kid
ney Pills whenever an attack com?
on and they have never failed tc
quickly relieve me. I think Doan'i
are a wondorful medicine." (State
ment given Doo. 17, 191A.)
On April 9. 1918, Mr. GraM eat?:
"I am glad ef another opportunity t?
say a good word for Doan'e Kidnej
Pitt* and believe Dean's have affecte*
a cure. I advise anyone euffeflni
from kldwey oomplaitxt to give tali
remedy a trial"
Goo, at all dealers. Foster-Milburn
Go., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
* HOME DEMONSTRATION *
* . NOTES. ? 4
Use of Mlfk Doubled Since 180O
Average Now: ls 44 Gallons.
Forty-four gallons of milk is used
by each person in the' United States
annually, according to estimates
made by the dairy division of the
United States Department of Agri
culture. This estimate refers to the
whole milk and does not include thal
which ia c?*<iumed In the form of let
cream, choose and butter. The
amount is about twice as much as
that usod In 1890, when the per cap
ita consumption was approximately
22 gallons. The dairy specialist
point out that the increase in tht
uso of milk in tho last 30 years is at
great as in the preceding 280 years.
The present-day consumption ol
milk in tho United States, they say
Is equal to about one pint per day
or as much as two small glasses
Thai is not a groat amount when it ii
known that In includes not only th(
milk that is used for drinking, bu
also that usod In cooking. This ls f
small amount compared to tho poi
capita consumption in somo Euro
pean countries. In Sweden ant
Switzerland, for instance, nearly 7(
gallons are used by each person an
In relating tho growth of tho daln
Industry In this country tho depart
ment specialists say that In ploneei
days ouch family kept Its own cow
The douser tho population becalm
the moro Important lt was to havi
a well-regulated and ample milk sup
ply. Gradually tho number of cowl
Increased, and In timo a dalry bus!
noss grow up in various soctions. Th?
development of modern methods lr
tho distribution of milk, with eco
nomic and sanitary handling, has
been closoly accompanied by th(
larger uso of thia food, they say.
Much of tho milk now used In tin
cltlos comos many miles, and re
contly improved methods havo mad<
it possiblo to ship it for long dis
THE MONTAGUE LIGHT OPERA
Light opera, always, popular, ls fea
tured in costume by the Mon cagu?
Singers. In the repertoire of this vet
eran organization are scenes from
"The Serenade" by Victor Herbert,
"tobin Hood" by Reginald DeKovcn,
and the "Pied Piper," selections frora
"The Mikado," The Red MTfl" and
"Madam Butterfly" and a coro y Me
opera, "A Japanese Romance," all of
which are given in eostvnore.
lnctat-tal solee, duets ivod un treats;
Walhalla High Sci
FRIDAY, MARCH 17th
Admission-Chi ld rca 2
Sales and Servie. J*?*
lances in refrigerator ca TM. At the
National Dalry Show in chango >n
1919, milk shipped from th?> Paclflc
coast took first prize in the inarket
mllk competition, with tho highest
score ever given to milk In recent
Cities have always useri a smaller
amount of. milk in proportion to the
number of people than general farm
ing communities. There urn, how
ever, many agricultural ard non-ag
ricultural rural districts whore cows
are not kept and where modern
methods of milk distributi v are not
equal to most cities. The (.. opie in
such places have to depend on can
ned milk of various kindu, ind thin,
the dairymen say, is an ev < edJugly
valuable means of supply tn ;r ? neod
which, twenty or thirty yea fi, ?gc,
could not have been supphM al all.
County Home Pom Agferjt, '
I * iv or*,
Koo wee Townslhp Si
The . Keowee Township Singing
Convention will meet with . -i tia3em
Methodist church next Sunday/ Mch,
12, at 1.30 p. ra. All good singers
and lovers of music have a cordial
invitation to be present. Comp ami
bring your song books.
Jesse Sloan, Secretary*
In India amulets blessed tty the
Brahman aro supposed to prevent
ORDINANCE NO. 12.
An Ordinance Reinting lo Vaccina
tion of All Citizens Residing With
in tito Incorporate Limite of tho
Town of Walhalla, 8. C.
(Do lt ordained by the Mayor and
Aldormon of the Town of Walhalla,
in Council assembled, and by author
ity of tho same:
Section 1. That each and every
person residing within tho Incorpo
rate limits of tho Town of Walhalla,
S. C., aro hereby required to bo vac
cinated with fresh bovine virus, un
der tho direction of tho Health Au
thorities of said town, or somo com
petent physician appointed for that
purpose, during the period of time
from tho dato of tho passago of this
Ordinance until the 10th day of
March, 1922, excepting such persons
ns obtain a certif?cate from a reputa
ble physician that, vaccination would
bo dangerous to his or her health.
Sec. 2. That tho parent, parents
or guardians of all minor children
within tho Incorporate limits of tho
Town of Walhalla aro hereby re
quired to have all their minor chil
dren In their care and custody, re
siding' within tho incorporate limits
of said town, vaccinated with fresh
bovine virus, under tho direction of
tho Health Authorities of said town,
Prom tho best song literature lend
pleasing variety to the program. One
or more readings such as a sketch
Prom "The Blue Bird" by Maeterlinck,
give further diversion without depart?
lng from the superior quality of the
Doubtless mach of the success cf
this company year after year ls due
te the fact that there la no let-op ia
Okeh? mu si eel study. Kew program
teatvres are constantly being devel
oped and tn thia way return engage
ments are welcomed without HM ne
cessity nf fl GgnSMSOS).
, 8:00 P. M. SHARP,
!5c Adults 50c.
& Ford and Fordson
or some competent physician ap
pointed for that purpose, during tho
period of time stated in Section 1 of
Lhis Ordinance, excepting such minor
children as certificates are obtained
'or, from a reputable physician, that
vaccination would be dangerous to
lieallh of BU/.h child or children.
Sec. 3. That any person residing
within the incorporate limits of the
Town of Walhalla, S. C., who shall
wilfully neglect, fail or refuse to be
vaccinated as stated in Section 1 of
Lhisf Ordinance before the end of the
period of time stated therein, and
my parent, parents or guardians re
dding within the Incorporate limits
>f the Town of Walhalla, S. C., hav
ng the care and custody of any mi
ior children residing within the in
:orporato limits of said (own, who
?hall wilfully neglect, fail or refuse
;o have said minor children vaccin
ated according to the terms of Sec
lion 2 of this Ordinance, shall be
:-<>med to have violated this Ordi
nance and guilty of a misdemeanor,
ind upon conviction thereof, shall
ie tined or imprisoned, at the dlscre
:ion of the Mayor, within the limits
>f his authority.
Sec. 4. That this Ordinance shall
?o into effect immediately upon its
mblicatica, and continue of force
intll repealed or amended.
Done In Council and ratified under
;he Corporate 'Seal of the Town of
Walhalla on the 27th day of
(Xi. S) February, 1922, and in the
145th year of the Sovoreign
y and Independence of the United
Untos of America.
JAS. M. MOSS, Mayor.
T. A. GRANT, Clerk and Treasurer.
The State of South Carolina, Coun
y of Oconee.- (In Court of Probate)
-By V. F. MARTIN, Esq., Probate
fudge. -i Whereas, Mrs. Bessie S.
LiOWry has made suit to mo to grant
ior Letters of Administration of tho
Estate of and Effects of C. S. Lowry,
These are, therefore, to cite and
idmonish all and singular the kln
Irod and creditors of tho said C. S.
iOWRY, DECEASED, that they bo
ind appear before mo In tho Court
>f Probato, to bo hold at Wal
lalla Court House, South Carolina,
?n TUESDAY, tho 21st day of
.larch, 1922, nftor publication horo
if, at ll o'clock in the forenoon, to
how causo, if any they have, why
ho said \dmlnlstrntlon should not
Given under my hand and seal this
th day of March, A. D. 1922.
V. F. MARTIN,
udge of Probato for Oconeo Co., 3.C
Published on tho 8th and 15th
ays of March, 1922, in Tho Keowoo
Jourlor, and on the Court House
oor for tho timo prescribed by law.
March 8, 1922. 10-11
IT/S ECONOMY TO BUY THINGS THAT YOU NEED WHEN
YOU. NEED THEM. FOR INSTANCE, IF YOUR BUILDING IS
LEAKING, COVER IT.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER CAR LOAD OF
GALVANIZED ROOFING IN TWO, THREE nud VVVVV
CRIMP, and CORRUGATED in 0 to 12-ft. LENGTHS. ALSO,
A OAR.O?* NAILS AND BARBED WIRE nnd ? OAR OF ?RICK.
LOTS OF POULTRY WIRE. WE CAN NOW FURNISH YOU
WITH GENUINE OLIVER CHILLED TURN PLOWS, GENUINE
COLE IMPLEMENTS AND MANY OTHER THINGS NOW BE
ING NEEDED ON THE FARM.
WE ARE MAKING SPECIAL PRICES ON FARM IMPLE
MENTS, BUILDING MATERIALS, ETC. SEE US WHEN YOU
ARE IN NEED.
Whitmire-Marett Hdw. Co.
-Wc have a full stock of
SPRAY MATERIALS, J* SPRAY PUMPS,
SPRAY HOSE, S NOZZLES, ETC.
WELL PUMPS, PIPING and VALVES-ALL SIZES.
D-fi.' -, We have a well assort- A* ~
Delling-- cd Rubber, Canvassed -Belting
and Leather Belting,
Let us serve you when in the market.
Ballenger Hardware Co.,
Seneca, S. C.
COTTON SEED MEAL
Be sure and get our prices before
M'S,')' ? 'rn,
[ii ?- *n n ?o
West Union Oil Mill,
JAS. H. DARBY, Lessee,
West Union, S. 0.
I Am Ready
TO MAKE FERTILIZER CON
TRACTS .WITH PROMPT PAY
ING, RESPONSIBLE PARTIES
FOR SPRING DELIVERY OF FERTILIZERS.
"Rampley's Meal Mixture"
WILL BE ESPECIALLY MANUFACTURED THIS YEAR TO
PRODUCE COTTON UNDER "DOLL WEEVIL CONDITIONS."
Make Your Reservations Early to In
sure Prompt Delivery.
J. C RAMPLEY,
WEST UNION, S. C.