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.CONEROSS COMMUNITY MOURNS
Death of Child of Former Citizens.
Personal Items of Community.
ConoroBS, April ll.-Special: Mrs.
Charlie Roach, who had boon c"on-|
lined io her bod for some timo with
tuberculosis, died nt her home in this
community last Friday about 12 M.
Her budy was laid to rest at Double
Springs cemetery on Saturday at l
p. m. -Mrs. Roach leavos her husband
and six children to mourn hoi* death,
besides soveral sisters and brolhors,
whtfMtre Maxtor McCall, Mrs. 'Lo?is
Roach, of this community, and Mrs.
Ira S walford, of above Walhalla, and
ono other brother, whose name your
correspondent was unable to learn.
Tho fiionds hero and elsewhere of
tho family sympathize with them In
their sorrow.
The Conoross G. A.'s expect to
spend next Saturday afternoon fish
ing, plcknicking and egg hunting lu 'j
Mrs. Ilesso's pasture, near the new
home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hesso.
All of tho G. A.'s aro urged to come
promptly at 2 p. m., bringing lunch,
fish-hooks and Kastor eggs.
Several from here enjoyed tho !
meeting at Westminster last Tues- j
day. j
Otis Arve, of tills community, who
will graduate at Long Creek Acad
emy at tho close of this session, eu- ?
tcrtnlncd his graduating class last;
Friday evening at a birthday supper, ?
that hoing his 2 1st birthday. Also, (
later ii? tho evening, quite a number*j
of guests arrived from this 'commu
nity to enjoy the social, whicli proved
a most charming nffair, the arrange
ments having boon presided over by
his sister, Miss Ora Arve. Miss Row
ley Hunsinger, of Long Creek, also
accompanied the class and enjoyed
the entertainment. Roy Arve brought
them down Friday in a two-horse
wagon and took them back Saturday :
to Long Creek in tho same convoy- '
ance, which seemed to bo just what
they wanted, and overyono seemed
to enjoy the trip both ways to tho
fullest extent. They returned with
plenty of dinner and fishing poles, as 1
they were expecting to go by way of
tlic tunnel and picnic lhere at noon,
and also expected to spend some time
fishing in Chauga. Tho merry crowd
consisted of tho following: Misses
Rowley Hunsinger, Grace Ayers, Es
telle Smith, Tieraco Sehorald and ,
Dora Reece, and Messrs. John Bia- '
lock. Carroll Moon and Otis Arve, of
Long Creel:, and the young chauffeur
Roy Arve, of this place.
Miss Mattie Morton, of Walhalla,
spent Saturday and Sunday with her
cousins, Misses Florence and Th ode
Abbott, of this section.
Miss Ollie Relie Byrd is confined
to her bed again, hut we hopo she
will soon he up and about.
'We are glad to have Miss Ora Arve
at home again, her school at Flat
Shoals having closed about a week
ago. I
Master Thomas Dowls, about 13 j
yoai'? nf :ige, of Walhalla, had 'tho J
ul i sf Oi'tun? to gol hl? ann broken
while on t ;,IQ road from hero tb Wal
is halla uni' day him week, ile wa*
riding on Hie wagon with R. i<
i ir, and Jumped out of tao vohiulo
while it was In motion, and in at
tempting to climb hack, the wagon ;
still going, ho got caught some way
and was thrown to (ho ground. Tho
wagon ran over his arm near his el
bow, breaking tho arm just below
tho elbow. Ho was taken as quickly
as possible to his home and a physi
cian summoned. Wo hopo his hurt
i.s getting along all right. The young
man had been visiting his grandmo
ther. Mrs. F. M. Codell, near herc,1
and was returning to his home.
Clearmont school, In which Miss
Lena Abbott was teaching, closed on
Friday last with a very Interesting
program. Miss Abbott has done ex-1
collen t work at Clearmont this ses
sion, j
This community was saddened and
shocked when the news was received
last Thursday of the death of little i
Virgil Du Bose, the .!-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. DuRose, of Lau
rens. Tho parents aro well known in
this section, they having moved from
this community. Mr. DuBoso is a son j
of Mrs. E. C. DuBoso, of noar here,
K and Mrs. Du Bose, prior to her mar-i
ringo, was Miss Ethel Barker, of our
community. This death was particu
larly sad and unexpected owing to |
the horrible manner ,ln which tho
child came to Its doath. On Wcdnes-i
day, April 5th, at 1 2 o'clock, ho fell!
Uno a tub of hot lye soap that had
^ Just been made and pourod up and
was badly scalded, living only about
seven hours. Tho little fellow was
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playing in tho yard near the tub and
Was pulling on a rope, which broke,
and the little fellow stumbled back
ward into the soap, receiving fearful
burns on his back and body, though
bis faco and neck were uninjured.
Ile was conscious olmbst until the
end and bore bis excruciating i.ain
with unexpected patience,' passing
away in a beautifully calm manner*
trying to tell his mother of some
thing he was seeing, although she
could understand but little, but no
doubt lt was the angels and the beau
tiful city beyond, of wi tch he had
caught the first enchanting Ylew..
Virgil waa a bright and beautiful
child,
Watched by tho Father all the while.
Ile wanted him, and he alone
Could fill a place there at Hl8 throne.
Glvo him up-let him sloop-The
morning shall break,
Thou .your slumbering darling into
life shall awake,
And parents and baby again shall
unite
To be robed by our God In tho gar
ments of white.
Mr. and Mrs. Du Hose have the sin
cere sympathy of many friends boro
and elsewhere in Oconee,
Mrs. E. C. DuDose, Misses Lizzie
and .lossie Harker loft last Thursday
for Laurens to bo with their son and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Du Hose.
In their hour of trouble. Mrs. Da
ll?se and Miss Lizzie Barker return
fed home yesterday, and Miss Jessie
will remain in Laurens for a week or
two' longer.
J. S. Abbott and family and Mr.
and Mrs.'Ennis Abbott attended the
Julian reunion at Return yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Alexander,
Miss Mary Alexander and Mrs. Mano
tlce Dearden and brother, of Green
ville, were week-end guests of rela
tives hore.
Tho friends of Mrs. K. I. Roach
will be sorry to know that she Is
suffering from rheumatism, ' though
she is\jiot confined to her bed. Wo
hope she will soon be well
The Sunbeams and Royal Ambas
sadors will enjoy an Easter egg hunt
near the church hore Saturday after
noon.
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"GYPSY. SMITH" CIRCLE MEETS.
Ladies of Bounty Lund Enjoy a Most
Delightful Occasion-Personals.
Bounty Land, A.mil 10.-Special:
Miss Julia Davis spei l last week in
Anderson visiting her sister, Mrs. J.
13. Shnnklin.
Derry Woolbright, of Townville,
was a recent guest of his nephew, W.
E. Woolbright.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wilson went
to see thc latter's sistor, Mrs. Floyd
llurdette, of Walhalla, last, woek.
Mrs. Burdetto has been quite'ill for1
several weeks. Her friends* will be j
glad to know that sho ls Improving. 1
Mrs. John Maxwell will spend the
Eastertide with relatives in 'Bickens.
Mrs. Martha Wilson has boon quito
indisposed for several days, suffering
from grip.
Mr ard Mrs W. A. Rankin and
furn I ly visited Mr. and Mrs. Y. L,
Hlx, of fownvllle, tho first of tao
week.
Little Miss Bennie Moore ls a re
sent arrival in the family of Mr. and
Mrs. Elbert Moore, Born last week.
Davis Sanders' many friends offer
their congratulations lo him on his
having won second placo in the pre
liminary oratorical' contest held In
tho school auditorium In Seneca last
Thursday evening. '?'.tere is to bo
no Retreat" was his subject. Davis
won second placo las;, year, which
shows that ho possesses oratorical
genius, and his friends anticipate
hearing encouraging reports of hts
future offorts.
Mrs. Mary Reid, of Anderson, who
has boen recently visiting her sister,
Mrs. M. J. McDonald, was a guest
Sunday of Mrs. di. P. Holleman, of
Seneca.
Mrs. J. N. McDonald is recovering
from a severe case of poison oak.
The Improvement Association of
Bounty Land, which meets next Fri
day aftornoon at 3.30, hopes to have
Miss Ethel Counts .give a talk on
".Homo Nursing." Wo hopo tho
members will meet promptly, as tho
Sunbeam 'Band, with Mrs. J. 1). Stu
art as leader, has arranged to meet
at 1 o'clock at tho school house to
hear a talk by Mrs. W. P. Loister, of
Jordania. Mrs. Leister is superinten
dent o'f the Sunbeams of the Beaver
dam Association and is an interest
ing talker and earnest worker in tho
causo of Christianity and tho uplift
of humanity. Mrs. Moon, of tho Son
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eca school faculty, will bo present.
After the talks tho little Sunbeams
will engage in an Easter egg hunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Hovoy Martin, ot
Seneca, were guests recently of tho
latter's .parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Lynch.
Misses Desalo Map Sirlbllng, Carrie
McMahnn and Nettie Hubbard at
tended tho State Convention of tho
Christian Endeavor, which convoned
in Greenville last wcok.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. M liam and son
and daughter, Hoary and Miss Cor
nella, of Sandy- Springs, were late
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. <1>. Wright.
Miss Lonnie Lewis, of Pickens, ls
expected to-day as a guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. W. R. 'Lynch.
Mrs. M. J. McDonald, who has boen
quite ill, is very much Improved. This
will bo Joyful news to her many
frtohds everywhere she is known.
Miss Cornelia Foster will bo hos
I toss to the W. M? S. of Rock Springs
! church next Sunday afternoon at 3.30
[ o'clock. A full attendance of tho
members ls requested.
Miss Ruby Reid, of Anderson, was
a week-end guest of her grnndmo
' thar, Mrs. M. J. McDonald,
i Ono of tho most Interesting meet
ings of tho "Gypsy Smith Circle" was
that held last Friday afternoon wi tb
Mrs. Dean Davis as hostess. The
meeting opened promptly at 3 o'clock
Dy singing hymn "Joy to tho World,"
: to a "soft phonograph accompani
ment. After Scripture reading by
MTS. D. A. Perritt tl\e guests Joined
in tho study of home mission work
I for a period of one and a half hours.
Then followed a delightful social
hour, during which a contest on Bible
I characters was engaged in. The cat
[cchiBin consisted of about one and a
half dozen questions. She who gavo
a majority of correct answers most
promptly answered was to ho prize
winner. Doubtless every lady in tho
Circle answered correctly every ques
tion, hut your correspondent's tongue
proved of unusual glibnoss of ex
pression on this occasion, thereby
winning for her a dainty and beau
tiful pair of blue-tinted rosettes with
invisible elastic attachments. Deli
cious tomato salad, hot buttered rolls
and coffee were sorvod. Those of tho
members who wer?, present were:
Mesdames D. A. Perrin, M. E. Mar
ett. W. IO. Woolhrl?M, .lohn Maxwell,
.T. D. Stuart, Waller McKlo, M. C.
McDonald, Jasper Doyle, J. C. San-x
dors, Dean Davis and Miss Sallie Da
: vis. Tho next meeli;:?r will be held
with Mrs. W. R Lynch.
Mr. and Mrs. Day visited relatives!
In tho Fairview section last week.
Charles and Draco Davis, of Wal
linna, visited their cousin, Davis
Sanders, the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ellison nnd son,
Robert, of Greenville, were week-end
guests in tho Marett home.
Closing of Isaqucena School.
Following ls tho program for the
closing exercises of Isaqueena school,
?at th?! school house, April 1 -1 tl? :
P rayer.
j "Wolcomo," bj Edw, Alexander. '
i "Doll .Show," by primary dept. 1
"Vacation Song.'! by the school. '
Widow Budd," 0y Lottie Bowers. 1
I "Mamma's " Bargain," by Nancy ?
Craig.
I "Fairy Play," by thirteen pupils. 1
"Our Cow," hy Esther Albertson.
Pantomime, "Comin' Through tho 1
? Rye," hy Pauline Clark.
Song, "Blue. Bells of .Scotland."
Piny, "Cabbage Hill School."
I "Npbuchadnozzah," by Leonard
i Bowers.
"Peter Sorghum in'Love," by Clyde I
Massey.
I .Recitations by other pupils.
Pantomime, "Train Leaves in Ten
Minutes," by three pupils.
"Janes Jones," by Charles Black- i
!ston. i
"Wishing," by Rooksle Ntmmons.
"Guess," by Thomas Hunnlcutt.
"Washington," by Charles Craig.
"Tending the 'Baby," by Earl
Thompson.
"Spelling by Sound," Grace Craig. 1
Play, "Scat."
"Studying," by Clara Thompson.
Important to Belmont School.
The patrons of Belmont School .
District No. 55 aro urged to he pres- i
ont at a meeting to bo held at the
school house on Tuesday afternoon,
April 25th, at 3 o'clock. Tho object
of thia moeting is to discuss tho sev- .
eral school laws that apply to Bel
mont District and to discuss ways i
and means of erecting an adequate <
school building. L. C. Spoares, j i
Superintendent of Education. I
PRIL, 17 to 22.
day, April 17th.
Of County Queens,
rita and .Opening of I'alma
.?0 P. M.
ON SHOW, Introduction of
neons and Baud Concert.
day, April 18th.
.lal Exhibits, Auto Show,
cert lil the afternoon.
K at 8.80-STYLE SHOW,
QUEENS, Bnnd Concert.
esday, April'19th.
ion-Introduction of Coun
I, Style Show, Auto Races.
PC- (At 8.80)-Band COU
IA HAYES, Style Show, III
l of Queens.
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the Focus Club.
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NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND j
CREDITORS; I
All persons indebted to tho BB- *
^ato of MVs. Josie Owe J!, Deceased,
Sro hereby notified to tan kc pay
in oil t to the undersigned, and all
morsons 1 v?ylng claims against said
asta te will present?te same, duly at
tested, within the time prescribed by
law, or he barred.
13. C. and T. W. BROCK,
Administrators of the l?state of Mrs.
1 ie Owen, Deceased.
April l?j 11122. 15-Ls
CITATION NOTICE,
Th:- St to of South Carolina, Coun
ty of Ot Qui-?(In Court of Probate)
-By P\ MARTIN, Esq., Probate
Jtldg< v ii- roas.W. T. Hubbard has
made to me to grant him Let
tors of Vd ministration of the Estate
of and ! ?eos of Mrs. Alice C. Lin
stead < M .eased
These ?re, therefore, to clio and
admonish all and singular tho kin
dred nu I creditors of the said Mrs.
Alice C Llnsteadt, Deceased, that
they bc ul appear before me. In the
Court of Probate, to be held at Wal
halla Court House, South Carolina,
on Friday, the 21st day of April,
1922, after publication hereof, at ll
o'clock in t,he forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why tho said
Administration should not bo grant
ed.
Given under my band and seal this
5th day of April, A. D. 1922.
V. F. MARTIN.
Judge of Probate for Oconeo Co., s C.
Published on the 12th and l -h
lays of April, 1922, in Tho Keoweo
Courier, and on tho Court House
door for the time prescribed by law.
April 12, 1922. 15-16
trsday, April 20th.
noon-opening of Btise Ball
,80 P. M. - NORA BAYES,
oncci t, Closing of Palnmfesta
dont est,
?iday, April 21st.
uncement of PALMAFESTA
, Pal mu f esta Queen's Parade,
lui and Floral Parado.
80 P. M.-Crowning Pageant
of Palninfosta, Style Show,
oncer!.
;urday, April 22d.
and EdllC?tlOftAl Parado.
lng-Band Concert, Style
'Reworks, and Closing of Pal
i't Miss It!
pur Home worth todau?
spends entirely upon hs appearance and
tion it ts in. Fee Gee paint will prove the most
t factor in its economic upkeep. Watch the surfaces
roperty-inside and out-and see that they are well
.-"Save tho Surface and You Save AU" with
Varnishes-Stains-Enamels
than 50 years they have been carefully guarding
d maintaining property values. Use Pee Gee Mastic
? surfaces, it is a strictly pure paint, containing a high per
f ZINC-Pee Gee Flatkoatt for inside walls-Pee Gee
its and Palladium Floor Varnish for floors-Pee Gee
nd Enamels for woodwork and Peo Gee Invincible spar
i woodwork.
Ask for Free Paint Boohs and Color Cards
isJeoGsmlbert Co., Inc, Mfgro., Louio ville, Ky?
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Walhalla, S. C.
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Conditions.
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TEN STEPS TO TAKE
PLANT KEWER ACRES
PREPARE LAND WELL
V BUTILIZE LIBERALLY
OUI JT I VAT M FI 1EQUENTLY
I AC AUX TO POISON!
USE EARLY VARIETIES
PLANT KARLY
KILL EARLY WEEVILS
OATH ICR DAMAGED SQUARES
DESTROY1 STALKS EARLY!
FI&HT
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A FARMER CANNOT GROW COTTON UNDER BOLL WEEVIL
CONDITIONS UNLESS HE IS WILDLING TO EIGHT.
THE THINGS THAT ARE NECESSARY TO DO TO 8UCOESSFUL
LY CONTROL TH IO BOLL WEEVIL MUST BE DONE AT THE TIME
THEY SHOULD BE DONE.
COTTON GROWING BY THE EA SY-GO-LUOKY METHOD IS A
THING OE THE PAST. THOSE WHO ARE EIGHTERS AND WILL
STA Y BY THE JOB WILL BE THE SUCCESSFUL COTTON GROWERS
OE THE FUTURE.
ARE YOU A FIGHTER OR ARE YOU A QUITTER?
Bank of Walhalla, Enterprise Bank,
Walhalla, S. C. Walhalla, S. C.
The Bank of West Union,
West Union, S. C,
Sporting Goods.
The time of year is here for the Sportsman,
We c ">n furnish you with all your paraphernalia?
Base Ball and Fishing Goods, at both our stores,
-ANOTHER THING
Screen Doors and Windows to fit all your house, .
A CAR OF CROCKERY WARE-CHURNS, RUTTER JARS AND
JUGS-AND IT LOOKS LIKE ENOUGH FLOWER POTS TO SUP
PLY OCONEE, ANDERSON AND PICK ENS COUNTIES. BUT
WE ARE GOING TO SELL THEM ALL IN OCONEE COUNTY.
LADIES, COME AND SECURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS WHILE
THEY ARE HERE.
WINDOWS, DOORS, LIME, CEMENT, NAILS, CEDAR SHIN
GLES, GALVANIZED SHINGLES, URBER ROOFING AND GAL
G?ES, GALVANIZED SHINGLES, RUBBER ROOFING AND
GALVANIZED ROOFING IN ALL LENGTHS FROM 0 TO 12 FL
VVVVV and CORRUGATED.
LWhiimire=Marett Hdw. Co.
HARDWARE HEADQUARTERS
WESTMINSTER WALHALLA
(Phono No. 80.) (Phono No. ll.)
SOUTH CAROLINA
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