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&EOWEE COURIER
(Established is il).)
Published livery Wednesday Morning
Sil JSC II 11'TIOX I'R I CE.
Ono Y oar .$100
Six Mouths .
Three Months.30
Advertising Untes llcusonnble.
Ry Stock, Sholor, Hughs ? Sholor.
Com tn un icu lions of a personal
character charged for as advertise
ments.
Obituary notices, cards of thanks
and tributes of respect, either by
Individuals, lodges o>* churches, are
charged for as for advertisements at
rate of one cent a word. Cash must
accompany manuscript, and all such
notices will be marked "Adv." In
conformity willi Federal ruling on
auch mutters.
WALHALLA, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL IO, 11)22,
?MEXT IN TDK SCHOOLS'.
DI i he Hui I School 1 inprove*
i uri : ssociatlon ol ( leonoo.
During tb school year pf 1921-22
?14 school Improvement associations
v. ere organized. These organizations
have meant much in n social way in
thc taral districts. Teachers and pa
trons haye becomo helter acquainted
and a more co-operative spirit exists
because of Ibo meetings held. Much
more satisfactory work can bo done
in thc .schools when the patrons and
teachers co-operate.
''MOO a linanclal stan.'.point all ex
pect; lions have been exceeded. More
than three thousand dollars bas been
expended for school Improvement b
(he associations this year. FOrlJ
four districts received cont.ty prizes
. . . ? ch. Tho following district.?
won state prizes:
Sou th -':..'. n .$.10.00
.
. I
. i r>. on
Kori bp . 1."?. mt
<. ;'<;>u < na . id.i 00
'. ll. ii. (JU
Cha t toona.'. 5.00
' : . uezbr. 5.00
1 rb . Ll rt) ve. I O . 00
Fn i nield. 5.00
Madison. 5.00
Tilt' associations In Oconce county
inn b tin . .. I showing of any In thc
S t;>. te.
Our ai ' r l 9 2 2-.' '?' is a n enthu
siastic school improvement assoclu
i ion lu ow y t'istrit-t.
L, ?, ispeare!
...
;
?
Following ls ibo pros-'fl.m of th<
Methodist ilfth-Suhduy group m cot
ing:
ht.'"' n. ai Demonstrating WOY'.
of? beg I iii li . MO rt mont Iii Sunda)
rr.
! . : ' . ; : Sunday school.
ll ,00 a, m.- Sci tuon. K> v. A. W.
I
! 2.00 m.- -pinner.
lld p. in. ilovotlonal. ii ri 1 ?.
\.
:' .''i ;>. ni.- -Graded I.''.<?>. ? . ?. in
the Sunday School. Fred Patterson.
3.3 rt p. in;--Relation of Parents
to Sunday School. E. Tinimormnn.
3.50 p. m. The lOpwor lt Lc it'iic
i Spon ker lo be supplied. I
1.20 p, m. Woman .-: Work of
the Church. Mrs. M. Ci it london.
l. I n p. m Adjournment.
S.00 p. m. Sermon. Hov. (;. W,
Rurke.
This group :< known as Walhalla
Croup, und ls composed ol* tho fol
lowing charges: Walhalla, Walhalla
Circuit. Westminster ami Townvllle.
The i a lo mid laymen of these four
charges are expected lo attend each
and " Very ono of these meetings.
Local Notes from Richland.
Richland, April 17.-- Special: Mis.-.
Kulti Tbackston, of Greenville, spent
Ibo past week-end willi her sister,
Mrs. W. Cl, I hi Mm rd.
Miss Lila Dallenger onlor.| inod
her Sunday school class willi lill Las
tor parly. A most enjoyable lime
was spout.
Mrs. Mills, who has been visiting
Mrs. .). A. Dendy, returned to hor
home at High Point, N. c., (bo latter
part of last week.
.leif Mc.VIahan, of Clemson College,
Hpent the week-end willi liomofolks.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Davis and In
teresting little family are visiting the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. IL
'Hughs.
John Coe has accepted a position
in Charlotte.
W. CL Hubbard made a business
trip lo Greenville last week.
Tho Methodist Missionary Society
mot at tho homo of Mrs. E, D. Fos
ter Sunday afternoon at 3.30 o'clock.
Tho public will be glad lo know
that the highway is nov/ open by
Richland, thc bridge over Concross
creek having been finished.
Mrs. J. C. Sanders, of Spartan
burg, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
J. C. Sanders.
.D. L. Lewis, Kural School Super
visor for South Carolina, la in Wal
halla this wcok, making bis head
quarters at thc home of supt. of Ed
ucation L. C. Spca ros. Mr. Lewis ls
engaged In work in connection with
the rural schools of Oconeo.
.-Miss Lucille White left Monday
morning for columbia, where she
will bo during this wonk represent
ing Oconeo county as our candidate
for Qu eon of Palmnfcsla, First re
ports from the Columbia papers Indi
cate that Pnltnafcstfi this year is go
ing to far eclipse previous occasions
of its kind in the Capital City.
ANDERSON OFFICERS CAPTURE
Thrco, an Oconoo Mun Doing Among
tho Number-Carried Liquor.
(Anderson Tribuno, Sunday.)
Tlio "Bootleggers' Bug" is no re
specter ot persons. This conclusion
is drawn by Doputios W. S. Hall and
Joe Hilliard, following ibo arrest,
near Portman Shoals just before
dawn yesterday morning, of Jasper
Coker, Bet Fretwoll and Oscar Pitts,
who wore transporting about l i gal
lons of liquor in tho direction of An
derson when hailed by the Ofliuors.
Coker and Fi el well aro of this city,
and the officers stale that Pitts ls a
member of ibo Walhalla bar.
A Ford touring car, in which tho
three men were traveling, was con
fiscated by thc officers, who brought
the three men to tho Anderson coun
ty jail, where satisfactory arrange
ments were made for bond. Officers
estimate the liquor al about fourteen
gallons.
Tho deputies were keeping watch
on the Portman road Friday night
for a load of moonshine that "profes
sional'" runners, were scheduled to
arrive with shortly before sun up. In
that respect tho olllcers were disap
pointed, as the expected ear, willi its
c.ugo of hair-raising stimulant, f? 11
I .! to put ia ?ts appoaran e. I? tho
meantime, howovor, the Ford car,
driven by tho throe men, rou lui : .
curve on the road, eros? ul tho bri '. e
and w;:s bailed hy Iho deputies, lil
plain view, the oillcors Ray, were tho
tell-tale kegs, and thc men admitted
thal they contained whiskey.
Another chapter In Mr. Volstead's
notebook.
LocafiNotCS from Pieket Post.
Walhalla. Rt. 2, April 17.--Spe
cial: Tho farmers of this community
have been very busy with their farm
work for the past week.
Mrs. A. A. McMaban. of Seneca,
spent tho past week-end with her
mother, Mrs. T. v. Chalmers.
Mr. and Mrs. Pani Volrath and
II Hy have moved to Rnsmnn, N. C.,
v ?.? ' they will make ; heir home in
i . in turo. Mr. Volrath has accepted
i position lhere. We wi sh th Olli MU h .
; io their new homo.
Misses Lillian and Motile Grant,
t n r Salem, have been visiting rel
atives 1 re recen I ly.
? li it h. G nice and Ruby Nell
rv. -. ? w iud brother. Grady, of
pone.rdss, 1 ive been visiting al ih<
hoi iielr uncle and aunt, Mr.
nd . . W F. Orr.
Miss El hoi Cillas, of the Stamp
Creek section, has returned to her
home aft r an ext?nded visit to lier
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Volrath.
Mls^ Eva Holland and brother, of
Westminster, wer,, recent guests of
their sister, Mrs. L. L. Williams.
Miss ll stile Green ana brother,
"Cute." of near Salem, have boon '
visiting at the home of their aunts,
the \Jlssi " en of this secllon.
Mr. anti : r ti .1 ? Kolio} and L-in
lly, ot Vaumsscoi jt'oci nt'.;, q ov<-d in
to int i co *h ititi h ll.y aim are MOFC. cor
MEKT?N? OF S. S. CONVENTION
Hf Pravo? dan: Baptist Ass* elation on
A pril ?SX I? und :?lM lt,
PolloWtng is tho i"' . un of tho
annual meeting of tho .-' : i lay School
on ven lion of tho Hcavcrdtim Baptist
elation, to ho : I w 'Ci Return
Esl church on .; lurduy and Sun
duy, April 20Vh and Suth, 10 22:
Saturday.
1 o a. m.- Devotional services, by
Rev. W. M. Thompson.
10.15 a. m. -Enrollment of dele
gates and three-minute verbal reports
of their Sunday schools,
10,30 a. nt. -?Report of superinten
dents of various departments, begin
ning with the Cradle Roll Depart
ment.
1 1 a. m.- -Evangelism In ?ho Sun
day school, by Dr. Ira E. 1). Andrews.
11.30 a. m. - Sunday school ad
dress, hy our State worker.
12.10 p. m.-Announcements and
adjournment for dinner.
1.15 p. m.- Song service.
1.20 p. m.The best method for
enlisting our young people in Sunday
school and church work, b.v Rev. J.
W. Willis.
1.50 p. m.- What is the problem
In your Sunday school? Gcnoral dis
cussion, led by Rev. R. H. Jones.
2.40 p. m.-Miscellaneous business!
and adjournment,
Sunday.
i0 a. m.- Sunday school.
10.45 it. m. -Crucial Hour with
Southern Baptists, by Rev L. W.
Langston and state worker.
12.30 p. m.- Miscellaneous busi
ness and adjournment.
Wo are requested by Return church
to extend a special invitation to all
the churches of thc Boavordam Asso
ciation, and hopo each church will bo
represented. Dinner on thc grounds
Saturday only. K. W. Marott,
Secretary to Committee.
COUNTY CLAIMS APPROVED.
List of Claims audited and approv
ed by tho County Advisory Board at
its meeting held April 7th, 1022:
Salaries.
J. C. Shockley.% 15 4.16
W. H. Simmons. 12.50
W. R. Hunt. 12.50
J. B. S. Dendy . 50.00
L. c. Speares. 2 50.00
R. H. Alexander . 255,55
Ralph M. Plko . 255.55
W. M. Alexander. 175.00
Gus Sullivan . ?r>.00
W. L. Littleton . 100.00
O. A. Hunnieutt . 100.00
W. A. Lawless . 100.00
W. J. Schroder . 25.00
Ceo. R, Briggs. 160.08
Miss Ethel Counts. 00.01
M. T. Hughs . 2 5.00
W. M. Dillard . 25.00
A. P. Grant . 25.00
L. c. Graham. 10.41
V. F. Martin . 16.67
W. R. Cobb . 62.60
Henry Jone? . 30.00
Total for Salaries . .. . . $ 2^017 . 4 3
Contingent.
W. M. Aloxander.$
L, C. Spoares .
v. K. Martin.
W. .). Schroder.
L. W. Harris .
.1. B. S. Dendy . ..
Ralph M. Dike . *.
G. ft. Dillie ".
J. C. Shockley .
2 S
25
Total for Chaingnng. . . $ 1,Cs
Hoads.
W. J. Schroder.$
A. L. Garrett . i
Republic Truck Sales Cor
poration .
.lohn S. Denny .
Jesse Day . <l
IC li. Mariden.
J. X. ha vis and W. .1.
Schroded .
C. lt. Lannin.
s. I!, orr .
.1. M. Davis.
C tri C.. Smith .
Geo. T. Held .
C. H. Owens .
Crock Oil Co.
J. F. Singleton.
J. li. Brown .
J. M. Shockley.
L. C. McCntioy .
A. P, Tannery .
1
2
1
I
Seneca .Motor Co . . .
J. T. Byar .
F. ll. Clinkscalos . .
.! \V Anderson . . .
C. H. Brown .
Sniliva a i ! dw. Co. .
J. W. Milson .
L. li. Marett .
J. c. Shockloy . . . .
N usl ni Bros. Bridge
C. \j. Dean.
t l
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Total for Contingent I
Chain Gang,
Waller Kelley .$ JU'
Geno Cobb . ti
tl. Ii. Broom. I
Matt. Cobb. 6'.'
Mason Simpson . r
B. D. Dickson . tl
J. C. Shockley . 1
Frank H. Shirley. 21'.
J. II. Alley . 60
Sullivan Hdw. Co. . .(. . . . ?).'
J. G. MoWhorter.
A. \j. Howland .
Gormo Mfg. Co. J 7
H a pp Bros. Co. IS
1)0
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7 5
00
00
oo
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''.?5
87 I
70 I
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27
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Co.
Total for Roads . . . .
Bridges.
Wu ne Brock :.
.'. C. I lodden .
W. C. Holden .
\V. ll. Blackwell .
I). ID. Nicholson .
s. Singleton.
S. .1. Blkin .
L. B. Shockley.
Style Swaford .
P. .1. Durham .
( liff. Swaney .
Frank Black.
R. O. Brock .
i 1.0J
? ?.
Total for Bridges . . . . *
Public ?>ulldinv.f
i Wa)b,illa i-.ler . i ie. Plain . .
M;n\i> Jail Works..... .
K. II. Keller.
c. "i;-. Jj Bau Knight.
Standard i Ol Co.
ll ot rick Hosiery Mills . ..
Geo. R. Briggs .
Sullivan Hdw. Co.
C. G. .tayaes .'.
j, c. Shockley .
Toi .1 for Cubile Bldgs.
Cooks, stationery,. PH :
Gc* . D. D trna rd Slaty. Co.:
' ii i loo Tribune ....
Ikcr, Evans & Cogswell
Co. . ..
I '., bier & 'Allon Co.
Norman Drug Co.
The lt. D. Bryan Co.
Total B" S. and P.$
Telephones.
W. M. Alexander.?J
Ralph M. Dike.
W. J. Schroder .
TJ. c. Spenros.
R. II. Alexander .
J. C. Shockley .
Total for Telephones ...$
Poor Parin and Pom
W^R. Cobb .$
C. W. & .1. 13. Bauknight.
West Union Oil Mill ....
lc. G. Jnynos .
Rescue Orphanage.
Total P. F. and Poor. . $
Dun..cy and Post Mortem. $
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Farming I
TEN S ?PS
PTiANT FBWER ACRES
PREPARE I/AND WELI
FERTILIZE LIBERA BL Y
CULTIVATE FREQUEN
LEARN TO POISON !
A FARMER CANNOT
CONDITIONS UNLESS IB
THE THINGS THAT / i\
LY CONTROL THE BOLL
THEY SHOULD BE DOM
COTTON GROWING 1
THING OF THE PAST. 'I
STAY BY THE JOH WILL ll
OF THE FUTURE.
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ARE YOI* A PK? i KR OR
Bank of Walhall .
Walhalla, S. C.
i ne Bank ot
West Uni'
llnnfil ?'l 1 ?sessO'rh.
?. 11. W??i?i?to?i
[3. ll. Ellison .
1. h. Moser .
I*. L. Oreen .
'oe Fnvr .
3. P. Reeder.
.'. II. Whilmlre .
Soo. Matheson .
10. x. Postor.
f?. i.. Cothran .
M. II. Loo .
\. X. Prichard .
A. L. Whitmiro .
lOSSO Lay .
3. M. 11 linn kai i ; .
\. T. Sin i'h .
I. S. Callos .
lan?os Sullivan .
A. M. Brown .
I. B. Whitton .
W. M. Rarkor .
IV. W. Beardon.
11. J. Marett .
VV. J. Hunt.
3. x. Pitchford .
=>. II. Snead .
I. F. Morton .
B. R. Lawrence .
D. P. Adams .
IS
13.00 ?
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10.40 j
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C . 50
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7 .80
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9, 00
Total Board Assessors. $ 233.45
Dieting Prisoners.
W, M. Alexander.$ 254 . ?0
[?rand Total .$7,130.0-1
J. C. SHOCKLEY.
I. B. S. DEX DY, Supervisor.
Clerk.
r Boll Weevil
tions.
TO TAKE
USE EARLY VARIETIES
PLANT EARLY
KILL EARLY WEEVILS
OATHER DAMAGED SQUARES
DESTROY STALKS EARLY I
TEL T
eTTON UNDER ROLL WEEVIL
LING TO FIGHT.
SSA RV TO DO TO SUCCESSFUL*
MUST BE DONE AT THE TIME
ASY-GO-LUCKV METHOD IS A
IO ABE EIGHTERS AND WILL
SUCCESSFUL COTTON GROWERS
ARE YOU A QUITTER?
Enterprise Bank,
Walhalla, S. C.
West Union,
otif S? C?
ai/ri*
get those extra
years of wear/-*
Forethought and good business judgment
should prompt you to make a fixed annual allow
ance for painting; it will lessen tho up-kecp expense of your
property and save you many costly repairs.
But whatever your paint requirements are, remember that
painting is aa investment and get those extra years of wear
by using
Va n % is/? es-S'fa iris-E name ts
For house exteriors Pee Gee Mastic affords the greatest pos
sible protection. It is a strictly pure ZINC, lead and oil paint
that has "Saved the Surfaco" for more than half a century.
For Walls and Ceilings use Pee Gee Flatkoatt, a modern san
itary, flat-oil finish. It comes in 24 rich shades.
For Floors and Woodwork Pee Gee Varnish gives a mirror
like finish and a hard yet clastic surface that does not crack
or peel and holds a brilliant polish which water will not
discolor.
Ask ut for free paint books and
color cards or write direct to
PEASLEE-GAULBERT COMPANY
Atlanta
INCORPORATED
LOUISVILLE
Dallas
' Jh WIii?aiim-Marett Hardware Co.
jf'^Aii), Westminster .* Walhalla
36 Phoue .No. II
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i able Necessities.
tust Received
CARi.OAr. o:-' GALVAN:.:;:D ROOFING, COKRUGATKD, 3 Ari!) 0-V CRIMP
IN ALL LENGTHS THB PRICE IS RIGHT.
SCREEN DOORS and WINDOWS and SCREEN
WIRE CLOTH
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR SPRING SHIPMENT FULL STOCK OF
ALL GRADES AND SIZES, IT WILL BE TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO SEE
OUR STOCK AND GET YOUR NEEDS WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE.
REFRIGERATORS and ICE CREAM FREEZERS.
OUR INTITIAL SPRING SHIPMENT OF THESE HAVE JUST ARRIVED.
THE PRICE IS MUCH LESS THAN LAST YEAR. THE MAKES OF THE
HIGHEST QUALITY AND PRICES, RANGES TO SUIT YOUR WISHES.
CONGOLEUM ART SQUARES and YARD GOODS
YOU KNOW WHAT CONGOLEUM GOLD SEAL QUALITY IS. WE HAVE
SOME ATTRACTIVE DESIGNS AND THE PRICE IS MUCH LOWER THAN
THE LARGER CITIES ARE ASKING.
Ballenger Hardware
(In the Old Coleman Stand.)
Seneca, S. C?
1888
1922
VAN HEUSEN
The World's Smartest Collar-Smarter
than the Best Starched Collars-More
Comfortable than Any Soft Collar.
Price 50c.
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S, C.
Public servico corporations of Ibo
knited Slatos rOdttirc "ow capital
)f $20,000,000,000 annually.
French scientists spout 4 5 years
tnd nearly $50,000 in an attempt to
produce a blue roso.
Of 243,135 horses and mules with
the American forces during tho war?
Oh,(?82 perished.
An English motorcyclo for racing
purposes has a 20-horso-powor en
gine.

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