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(?hi Ammunition Dump Reporte?! to
Hilve ItloWn l p-Houses Shako.
Chaii< sion, v prll I - Burled
shells are believed lo huvo heep tho
eau 5o of a double . xplosion at Rort j
Torminal, a f rmcr uiumunltlon ?
dump near hore, Thursday, result
ing in the possible death of (breo
mea and ?lie wiping Olli of a half
milo of railroad I rauh and demoli
tion of seven box cars.
.lack Hill, of Virginia, ls the only
man (don ti Hod as being killed in tho
double explosion. Moro than a scoro
uro reported to have been injured,
lilli's body was found blown lo bits,
portions hoing picked up over an
area of more than ti mlle.
A number nf box cars which we.
blown off the tracks are believed u
have saved tho civilian section of tho
government reservation by breaking
the force of the explosion.
Tho cause of the explosion had not
been determined officially early in
the afternoon, but it ls believed that
sholls buried near a powder lest
The i xplosion was a terrille one.
"Windows wero shattered for p? radi
us of i wo miles about the dump, and
thc explosion was plainly felt in this
city, which ls ten miles away from
the scene of the disaster.
. V ':i? tl BK i>R Mi iii I -
SM> \ EA DHU -KII.T.
t'i a ind Dyes'." add yeara ot ivoar
lo (vhm, faded skins, w,. ..;.>. coati*'1,
.HUI HIIII-,.1, OIIUllLIu, v> \ ._,., ?
lugs, draperies, everything. Every
package contains directions so simple
any woman can put new, rich, fade
less colors into her worn garments
or draperies even if sho has never
dyed before. .Inst buy Diamond Dyes
- no other kind-then your material
will como out right, because Dia
mond Dyes are guaranteed not to
streak, spot, fade, or run. Tell your
druggist whether the material yon
wish to dye is wool or silk, or whe
ther it is linen, cotton, or mixed
Miss Myrtle Littleton.
Miss Myrtle Littleton passed away
at tho '.onie Creel? lin pt isl Academy
on Feb. 2 it i Ii. she having been a stu
dent at thal Inst il nt ion. She was
sick only a few days, and everything
thai the doctors and friends could
do was done, bu I lo no avail.
Mi.-s Littleton was a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. K. Littleton of Salem.
She joined the church at Salem when
very young and lived a true Chris
tian lifo, always ready to do what
ever she could to advance the cause
of Christ. She volunteered to do
mission work, and it was in
furtherance of this splendid work
that she was taking a special coarse
at Long Crook. She lacked hut one
year of completing this course.
A peculiarly sad fact in connection
with thedo at h of thia admirable
young lady is thal she was engaged
to be married to Rev. D. D. McCraw,
her classmate, who is left heartbro
ken. They would have been married
when they liad finished their .school
Miss Littleton was born July ? 71 h.
ISH7, which made her 2 1 years of
age. Silo wis buried on Feb. 28ih,
beside her bro1 her. who v as killed in
Frame the flrsl man from Oconee
to give np his Ufo in t':e great cause
of world freedom.
Miss Myrtie will bo greatly missed
in church. Sunday school, and mos!
Of all in tho homo. The family have
the sympathy of hosts of friends In
their great loss. Their loss is gain
to tho deceased, for "The Lord gave
?s now a homo on high wi,i> mm
and the Lord taketh away,'' and hers
whom she loved and served so well.
W. IL Talley.
Salem, April 11.1 922.
P'lcs Cured in 6 to H Dn3'S
DraMifltflrefund inonoy If PAZO OINTMENT fhll?
tOCUroJICtttitit, filiad. f'.Iocdiiv.; 01 "r.triKlioa Pile*,
instnntly relieve* Itching Ptics, nnd you cnn del
restful sleep after ino fir 1 ..?<.tv ?co coe.
Free Seeds Stay in the Rill.
Washington, April i S.~ -Reversing
action taken earlier, the Senate late
today voted. I io ftp, i,, retain in
the agricultural appropriation bill an
allow m, (.:' limn >> buy free
seeds for Congressmen to end to
their constituents "back home." The
appropriation has already boon voicd
by tho House.
Saccharin is ;iuu times as sweet as
udent from the
L After making
never use any
Mr?. J. P.
Leaves No Bitter Taste
ok Book-It's FREE
0 William St., New York
AMI-;mrAX DRIVERS ARK KILLED
Their Horses Kale? hy Stitrvln v Pop
1 '-i ris. Apri ! 13. - A mr::' r of
American drivers o? rollet wa ; in
Itussin have hoon killed In Hie sots
Itj thc famished populace, who ? Ized
iii?' horses for food, according .. ri1-j
ports received to-day hy American I
relief organizations ia Paris liol ?he i
I fa, Dasliker and Tchyllateuisl; fam
ine districts. Two drivers for die!
American Itolief Administration wore
?killed this week, tho report said.
? Several other employees of tho re
lief administration, fearing their I
lives, have quit their positions, the.
reports added. The dangor has be
come so great thai it is no longer I
?safe to venture into tho streets. Peo
ple are hoing killed every day. it was
said, and the natives, maddened from
starvation, strip tho clothes from the!
bodies of tho victims.
The report said the Americans aro
.feeding 150,000 sufferers In the Ufa
district, hut that the death rate con-1
Unites unabated. Cholera, smallpox,
typhus and dysentery are raging, and :
tho hospitals are destitute of sup
plies and extremely short of helliers.
Ditter cold and tho complete absence
of fuel are adding to the sufferings.
Tho hospitals, nevertheless, are
choked with patients suffering from
serious intestinal disorders due lo I
' jf poisonous food in their!
il ? I m po y OJ hniort. The to
ni lid people w.oe outing bark, j
net .i and o\ eh human '
Colds Cause drip ami liifltioiMUi
LAXATIVE BROMO QUCIINE Tablets remove the
cause. There Is only one "Bromo Quinine." E.W.
GROVE'S signature on tho box. 30c.
Directs His Own Rescue, then ,I)ies.
New York, April 13.-Wedged be
tween an elevator lift, and the wall
of the shaft, Joseph Kipp, t?."> years
of age, a night watchman, for an
hour directed efforts of firemen to
rescue him. Just as he was extricated
Tho first religion of the Arabs was
tho worship of the stars.
is ?or eve
Don't wait for
! you that your bat
wards off expen
necessary your b
the trouble viewc
corrected. You k
fore the work is bi
tion puts you une
Only when the cc
weighs the resul
mend a Westingh
You are welcome 1
W A Ll i l
ARBUCKLE ACQUITTED IN THIRD
lilal-Ho waa Charged with Man
slaughter-Miss Rnppo's Death.
San Francisco, Cal., April 12.-lt.
C. Arbuckle ("Fatty") was acquitted
by a jury to-night of the manslaugh
ter chargo resulting from the death
of Virginia Rappe. Tho jury was out
six minutes, but reported it took but
one minute to decide, as tho verdict
was by acclamation. Edward Brown,
to whose presence on tho jury the
State objected, was foreman.
Arbuckle was deojily affected and
breathed a great sigh of relief, while
his wife cried silently. There was no
demonstration, as the court had
warned against it, but there were
many congratulations from the jury
and spectators, whilo Mrs. Arbuckle
gave Calvin McNnb, chiof counsel for
the comedian, a resounding smack as
a reward. McNab said that Arbuckle
had no Immediate plans for the fu
ture. It was his third trial, the ju
rors having disagreed in tho two pre
A group of jurors headod by Brown
issued a statement later, In which
they said "Acquittal ls not enough
for Roscoe C. Arbuckle. We feel that
a great Injustice has been done him.
Ho acted in a manly manner and he
told a straight story."
Board Will Act in Mntter.
Eos Angeles, Cal., April 12.-Ce
cilio B. DeMlllo, director general of
tho Famous Players-Lasky Corpora
tion, said tho board of directors will
decide whether motion pictures
showing Roscoe Arbuckle will be
shown again. Ho said that he was
"very glad to hear that Fatty had
Tomorrow A 8mig foi
NR Tablots stop sick hoadachos.
roliovo bilious attacks, tons and
regulato tho oliminativo organs,
mako you foel fino.
" Bottor Than Pills For Liver ll
" \ y
NORMAN DRU H CO
Walhalla, S. 0.
Congressman Brimson I
Newborn, N. C., April 1.3.
neral of Congressman l" M
of Moi (hirollna, wi i
1.30 th ii moi tiing, will
.> ti t
the pilot : ptisi ..burch Vj 3.30 p;
m. Frida} Virtually Hin eijti'ire del
egation :;' < >ngrosa ?r?v?i \'ortt Car
olina vviij citLbiid ibo ... ...i, ?ge
ther with members ut ' mun aees
named hy the Speake1 of he i ?ouse
and the Vico Presiden
Tho failing health ol tho North
Carolina Congressman dal s back to
tho close of tho camp in 191S.
He died in a hospita' N o w lier n,
where he had been si . ist Satur
day when ho roturne tn Battle
Creek. Mich., where ] o under
Holy Trinity monas in Thes
saly, bulli in the fourt century,
is accessible only by i ij and lad
trouble to remind
tery needs atten
sive repairs. If
attery is opened,
;d, explained and
now the cost be
egun. This atten
ler no obligation.
>st of repairs out
t will we recorn
:o a twice a month
? Service Station,
I). K. Cl I ASTA IN,
iLI.A, S. C.
A CALL TO THE OCONEE WOMEN.
Ladies Urged to Attend tho Political
uml Party Meetings This Year.
To tho Women of Oeonoo County:
'Please allow me to call your at
tention to the fact that the' various
D?mocratie clubs aro to moot on the
fourth Saturday of this month for re
organization and to olect delegates
to the county convention, which will
bo held on tho following Monday,
May 1st. Since the average voter
comes Into direct contact with the
management of her party only at tho
clcb meetings, lt ls urged that every
woman who has attained her major
ity, or who will become twenty-one
years of age before the general elec
tion in November, attend the meet
ing which will bo held in her pre
cinct on April' 2!'th.
Of cours- it is t'a ken for granted
that each club In electing delegates
to the county convention will provide
for a fair representation of women,
but, since time immemorial lt has
boon the custom to select men only
this provision may be overlooked un
less, women are present as a remind
er that they also are citizens. Then,
too, the delegation chosen by tho
county convention to tho Stato con
vention should bo composed of both
men and women; and a woman, ns
well as a man, should bo selected to
represent thc county on the State
Democratic executive committee. The
Democratic party now requires that
the National executive committee
shall comprise two members--a man
and a woman-from each State. Mrs*.
Julian IL Salley, of Aiken, is our rep
In conclusion, let mo say thal the
nineteenth amendment gives the vote
alike to the woman who w .lcd it
and to the woman who though! she
did not want it. Neither has ibo right
to neglect lt. lt now becomes just ns
mud) Ibo duty of every woman in
South Carolina to use ber ballot for
tho tm bl ic welfare as it has for gen
erations been tho duly ot* our mon
to employ the franchise for tho best
interests of the State, shall wc provo
less mindful and worthy of tho trust
(Mrs. lt. Annie Caines Williams.
Chairman South Carolina League of
Report from Oeonoo Orphanage.
West Union, Rt. 1, April ll.-Edi
tor Keov.ee Courier: Will you please
give tito Coonee Orphanage space In
your columns in which to return sin
cere thanks for tho following contri
butions, which were made during tho
past three months?
Seneca, cash collections.$12.00
AV. W. Hurley. 1.91
J. P. Coats. 2.00
Shiloh Aid package, value... ll.SO
'First Baptist church, small package.
Moss & Ansel, LS lbs flour.
C. W. & J. E. Bauknlght, 24 lbs.
O w Pitchford ?.i lbs flour
0. (i. Schumacher, coffee, vftlue $1
Mr. Spe'iire*, c. lbp. flour, ?? lbs, ol
J. T Beil; i bushel shoal and ? gals.
J. i. v lo?aiit?, nun uushel meal.
Mr. Shockley.$ 5.00
West Union, collections .... 8.75
Ladles* Aid Society of West Union,
B. Y. P. U., one quilt.
Miss Eliza Osborne, one quilt.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Looney, one calf.
A Friend, half gal. lard, 1 bushel of
meal, peck peas, 2 lbs. butter and
Mr. Clark, several gallons milk.
Mrs. Hughs, milk and butter.
Westminster collections 7.75
J. Warner, one package cloth.
C. c. Whltmire.$10. 00
Salem Missionary Society, box second
Donors will please nec<pl sincere
thanks for all contributions.
Mrs. S. O. Whitman, Matron.
Tho women coalers who coal tho
ships in Japan carry their babies or.
their hacks while working.
Color blindness affects one woman
out of every thousand, wbilo among
tho men tho ratio is ono tn every
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All persons lndobted to tho Es
tate of Mrs. Josie Owen, Deceased,
are hereby notified to make pay
ment to tho undersigned, and all
persons having claims against said
estate will present tho sarre, duly at
tested, within tho Hmo prescribed by
law, or bo barred.
B. C. and T. W. BROCK,
Administrators of Hie Estate of Mrs.
Josie Owen, Deceased.
April 12, 1922. 15-18
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All persons indebted to tho Estato
of W. J. Walters, Deceased, are
hereby notified to make payment
lo tho undersigned, and all persons
having claims against said Estate
will present tho same, duly attested,
within tho Hmo proscribed by law,
or bo barred.
L. C. fl RA HAM,
Administrator of tho Estate of W. J.
April r,, 1 022. 14-17
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice ls heroby glvon that tho un
dersigned will mako application to
V. F. M?rtir, Judgo of Probate, for
Oeonoo County, In tho Stato of South
Carolina, at his ofneo at Walhalla
Court House, on FRIDAY, tho 21st
day of APRIL, 1022, or ns soon
thereafter as said application can bo
heard, for leave to mako Final Set
tlement of tho Estato of MMES
BROCK, Deceased, and obtain Final
Discharge as Executor of said Estato.
IL C. BROCK,
Executor of tho Fstato of James
March 20, 1922. 13-16
Penn's is packed
air-tight in the pat
ented new con
tainer. It is always
Chew fresh to
bacco. Try Penn's
next time. Clean
THE BEAVERDAU ASSOCIATION
W. M. 17. Mission Study Instituto ni
Soncctl, April 20th, nt IO A. M.
1 ly mn--"Moro About Jesus Would \
'Prayer - That through mission
study wo may know move about Je
sus. Mrs. D. A. Perritt.
Devotional-Mrs. W. P. Leister.
Words of Welcome-.Mrs. J. W.
Response-Miss Janie Alexander.
Greenings from our Associational
Superintendent-Mrs. IO. K. iBroa
Address-Mission Study and Cer
tificate Courses. Hy our Stato Mis-i
sion Study Chairman, Mrs. T. B.
W. M. S. and Y. W. A. Demonstra
tion, Stewardship and Missions, chap,
ter VII. Seneca and Jordania Socie
ties, led by Mrs. Joel T. Rice.
Special music-Mrs. Leister and
W. M. S. and Y. W. A. Demonstra
tor . Making \morion r\i |&UH ?
Wt? I ii/illa and Conrvoss societies, lodi
by Mrs, W, L McGVothlin.
f?. A hud Ft. ,\? Demonstration
Tit? King's Own. Led hy Mr;;. I. IO, I
D A ....Dows. .
Elve-mlnuto Talks on "Importance1
of Mission Study." Mrs. E. \V. Mas
ters and Mrs. A. E. Dean.
W. M. S. and Y. W. A. Demonstra
tion - "Talks on Soul Winning."
Bethel, Imanuel and Clearmont So
cieties, led by Mrs. \V. S. Dearden.
Hymn-"More Like tho Master."
Prayer-Mrs. J. W. Sholor.
?Lunch-12.45 lo 2 o'clock.
Devotional-Mrs. W. C. Mays.
Sunbeam Demonstration Work, lcd
by Mrs. H. L. Mitchell.
"Message of the Blue Bird," by a
W. M. S. and Y. W. A. Demonstra
tion- Manual of W. M. V. Methods.
Westminster and First Westminster
Societies, led by Mrs. T. H. Clarkson.
Special music-Mrs.W.S. Heardon.
Open Discussion-Led by Mrs. T.
Closing Prayer-Mrs. J, P. Arm
livery society in the association is
requested to send as many delegates
as possible, each bringing her lunch.
A special offering will be taken to
defray the expenses of our visitors.
Mrs. L. \V. Langston,
Mrs. Ceo. E. Smit li.
Mission Study 'Chairmen.
Let's Reason It Out !
Now ls thc time to uso economy iii
all things-especially lu tile i loth
Line. We should always buy where
wo can save tho most. It, will pay
you to walk ten miles to save Ilvo
Clothes made to your mensuro will
lit you better, look better and wear
longer than n re?,dy ?undo nit.
ti you have l ? io r?oMv n trendy ?>u
hand, bving lt lo ui? n?<? we will
mu! . tv. up lo you?, itonsure mid
ffnaruntee you a perfect UL if you
haven't (be 'oil,, conto (.> us und wo
linvu youl' dollies made.
LADIES I f
Wo will do your work also. Wo will
make any kind of a Garment for
Ladies, Misses and Children and give
you a perfect lit.
If you have old clothes and want
thom to look like new ones, we will
dyo them or make them over-and
make thom look just ns good as now
Come in and look over our sam
ples anil get our prices. Our prices
for Two and Three-piece Snit* aro
S 10.00, S 15.00 and $25.00. Wo also
(lo Pressing at f50 cents per suit.
Seo us. On Postoftlco Block.
No. 100 South Main Street,
WALHALLA, S. C.
About one out of ten
poultry raisers feeds a
ration properly balanced for
egg production. The common
mistake is feeding too much
yolk-making material and failing
to feed for whites. Grains alone
make lots of yolks but few
Purina Chows Balance
Purina Chicken Chowder and
Purina Hen Chow, fed in equal
parts by weight, balance the
whites and yolks by supplying
an equal number of each. They
make hens lay to the limit of
their capacity. Purina Chows
save time and trouble-no guess work,
no trouble and uncertainty of mixing.
Peed both Chows and keep thc egg
C. W. <a J. E. BAURNIGHT,
WALHALLA, S. C.