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LOCAL NEWS FROM EBENEZER.
School Closed with a Vory Attractive
iObenozer, April IS.-Special: Last
Friday brought to a closo Lito nibsl
successful tenn ni school ?-i tho his
tory of tho l?bcnezer ('jroded School.
Mr. .Schroder, tho principal, is a
teacher ol' marked ability, unusual
and noblo qualifications, and has.
given universal satisfaction to tho
patrons and trustees alike. Uh untir
ing work in tho schoolroom and koon
insight to higher ideals has left a
lasting impression on tho community.
Following is tho program rendered
nt the closing of the IChenozer school:
Song, "Vacation Song"-Crades I,
2 3 and 4.
Solo, "Trials of a Boy"-Kathereno
Song,"Whon Beautiful School Days
Are Over"-(li-ados I, 2, 3 and 4.
Dialogue, "Frosh Air Children"
Eleven pupils from Crades 3 and 4.
Solo, "Tliey Always Pick on Mo"
Dialogue, "Playing School"-Ber
lcno Hood, Alloc Hood. Jim Duncan.
Pantomimo, "Dixie Land"-Grades
3 and 4.
Pantomime, "Coming Through the
Rye"-Grades 1 and 2.
Drill, "Color Fairy Drill"-Grades
1 and 2.
"Burlesque Doll Show" - Pupils
from primary grades.
Drill, "May Day Drill" - Pupils
from Grades I and 2.
Dialogue. "Ton Little Sleepy hoys"
-'Pupils from Grades I and 2,
Song, "Now, Aren't You Glad You
Came?"-Grades 1 and 2.
Song, "School Song.
Misses Watson, Paradise and Grib
?lo, who taught during tho past ses
sion nt Ebenezer, have returned to
their homes, respectively, ar. Newry,
Thompson, Ga, and Walhalla.
Miss reny, of Walhalla, was the
week-end guest of Mrs, Frank :t.
Miss Hazel Tenison, accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. H. Knox, motored
to Cedar Springs Sunday to visit Ht
ed It, Too
>r miss baking with
of powder I at last
bitter taste some?
da was caused from
?s of powder. So 1
Jooster for Royal
Mrs. L. A. J.
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>ok Book-It's FREE
?0 William St., New York
tlc Miss Melon Knox, who is attend
ing that institution.
John 13, Compton, who has been
(caching in Greenville county, is
spending thc vacation with his home
Tho friends of .Master Marion Pow
ell will ho glad to learn thal he is
icc o ve ria;;- from his recent illness.
We aro sorry to learn that .N.T. and
Mrs. Joe Carson and little daughter
aro suffering with "flu."
DYED HEIt Wita P HM 10
AM) A SKI UT UltOWX.
Each package of "Diamond Dyes"
contains directions so simple any
woman can dyo or tint her worn,
shabby drosses, skirts, waists, coats,
stockings, sweaters, coverings, dra
peries, hangings, everything, even if
slio has never dyed before. Buy
"Diamond Dyes"-no other kind
then perfect home dyeing is sure lie
cause Diamond Dyes aro guaranteed
not to spot, fade, streak, or run. Tell
your druggist whether the material
you wish lo dyo is wool or silk, or
whether it is linen, cotton or mixed
Presidential Encourngenu .
Spartanburg, April 20.-i ;..
President Warren G. Harding beau;,
a word of encouragement to the Sun
day school workers of South Caro
lina. Tho President has addressed
the following message "to tho Sun
day school workers of South Caro
"Tho properly conducted Sunday
school seems to me to bo a very im
portant feature of all religious work,
because it serves the young people at
a time when they aro most impres
sionable, and particularly because it
affords them opportunity for an In
timate acquaintance with the monu
ment of splendid literature, ibo Bi
bb1. Both as literature and as Inspi
ration, the Biblo has a vatuo with
which no miler work can bo com
pared, and every activity that ex
pel?is and popularizes the knowledge
of it is extremely worth while."
Tho birth rate in tho United States
is on tho declino.
acked air-tight in the
thc next time. Glean
DEATH AND OBSTRUCTION COME
In Wnko of Heavy Storm - I milhun
Felt Full Effects ol Torondo.
Chicago. April 18-iReylso ?ices
on H?c casualties anti damng. ? used
by tho storm which swept' < vor tho
Central States yesterday a ' list
night io-day were 30 known load
si l In Illinois, 17 In Indiana ad two
In Missouri, threo or f'nir I i id red
Injured, and property dam run
ning in co millions of dollars.
Sweeping northeastward rough
tho Middlo Western States, dorm,
which had its origin In I! Hooky
Mountain region Sunday, pa. : ?/er
Ohio lo-dny, leaving in ? wake
death and much des Inn ?io ' loss
ol? nearly 00 lives was a Url led to
tlio storm, which devi hn ed sld
orable energy as it pi >gr? "ver
Illinois and Indiana, ti k ug .nany
placos tho form of toiundue : ^im
ago to property will mount h mil
lions, it is believed.
Accompanied by ral is, w> i aont
strenms, already swollen, irsing
far beyond their usual cha? thc
storm brought added stiffer . and
inconvenience to som ruin. :..tles
which for several day.- have . i af
fect cul by Hood conditions. Irop
in tho temperature to ole \ onal
normal added to tho dis 0 t of
families whoso homo lm\ )een
destroyed by wind or hab
itable by Moods, aro ll ivs 5 in
lents or Improvised s oltori
Indiana apparently 1 ef
fect of thc wind storr ... y. In
that Slate 21 person re 1 n to
have met death in tl til tittil
tidies. Early yostord . o ; tho
Florin centered In II king
a number of villages Ito i mess
the tornado wrought foe nany
homes, and such r \ were
available from agrie rai ii mu
tt itt es which had bi tri d of
nearly all means of commi ition
indicated that 22 pc i \\ boon
Missouri, Iowa and Kai' had
felt tho storm early Satiny t In
these States it lacke. th? usity
which marked its sw a< Illi
nois and Indiana and ilo Ol
As it passed over I adlai: :!iore
wcro two distinct tornado bc The
one in tho sen-horn part .'ned
some damage, but aci >ss itv north
ern part of the Statt tlu.i?? - a j a
j wind-swept strip in which t|i'e loss of
I tifc .?. .! . h'>;i v; . W it i : : iti ? In
thc em p tri of the State, i e- !
ported ? loss of twolvo lives. Four
mot .! i'll in Madison county, In tho
cen'-rai portion o? .''.<. ?'
Tho death toll was g -t ii. the]
central section of Illinois Tho ,11
Inges of Irvington, at; I lainfl d,
near Centralia, were b ? wrei ul
and several persons wer lcd. Gib
er fatalities in this Sti were in
small rural communitie
Catarrh Can B ??red
Catarrh is a local di t, gr . ly
influenced by constitu? I r? nil
tlons. lt therefore reqt cons ti tu?
tlonal treatment. HALL VTARRH
MEDICINE ls taken Et ii. mid
acts through tho Blond i e Mucous
Surfaces of the Syst. HALL'S
CATARRH MEDICINE destroys the
foundation of the disenso, gives tho
patient strength hy improving the gen
eral health and assists nature in doing
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F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
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ty Pay Income Tax by .May 1. ty
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ty Only a brief time remains ty
ty for persons who paid Federal ty
ty Income taxes to pay their State ty
ty income taxes-on or before ty
ty May 1st being the date for tho ty
?J? payment of the State Income ty
ty tax. Tho State Tax Commis- ty
ty sion has tho list of all those ty
ty who paid tho Federal tax, ac- ty
ty cording to announcement sent ty
ty ont from Columbia. ty
ty Tho St ato I ax is :V.) 1-3 per ty
ty cent (one-third) of tho Ped- ty
ty ern 1 tax, and by tho collection ty
ty of til is tax tho Slate expects to ty
ty got In tho neighborhood of ono ty
ty million dollars rovontio for the ty
ty run ni ng of the State govern- ty
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Hock IOU Stands hy "Fatty."
A dispatch form Kock Hill, under
dato of April I .".th, says:
' Police wcro called out Saturday
night to handle tho crowds seeking
to gain entrance to a local theatre
; bowing a pict ti rn of "Fatty*1 Ar
bucklo. This was thc first showing
in this KI ellon of a picture made by
tho fat comedian slnco his arrest on
a ch argo of causing tho death of a
mo? ion pict ure actress last Soptem
ber. Tho crowds (Iltending hero os
labl'shc I a record for attendnnco In
Ibis elly, it hoing OM Ima led that fif
teen th on sa nd woro admit tod.
Subscribo for Tho Courier. (Best)
FOR THE CONTROL OF MOLES.
Molo Traps Aro Good, but Less Bffcc- :
UvO-Method for Poisoning.
Clemson College, April 21.-Molos
generally pass through their runways j
sevoral times a day, and tho follow- j
lng methods have, therefore?, been j
found effective in controlling thom,
says Prof. A. P. Conrad!, entomolo
gist, in answer to numerous requests
for a remedy:
1. Stir uuparchod peanuts In tho
while of egg. While sticky sprinklo
Paris green over them. Mix well, so
that tho poison surrounds all tho
seed, and let dry. They will dry In
about half an hour, and aro then
hard and can bo easily handled.
2. Roll raisins in strychnine with j
a stick or toothpick. Do not uso tho
hands, and bo sure not to spill any,
for it is a violent poison. When
through, burn any poison remaining
How to Apply.
Whittle a broom handle to a point.
Walk over the ground, and at Inter
vals pierce the runway and drop into
tho bolo a poisoned raisin or peanut,
and cover with tho foot.
Molo traps may bo prchased at tho
hardware stores or wholesale houses,
but they aro less effective, and only
tho poisoned traps aro recommended.
THAT MC?8 UMEMESS
If yon aro lamo every morning and
suffer urinary ills, there must be a
cause. Ol ten it's weak kldnoys. To
strengthen ibo weakened kidneys and
avert moro serious troubles, -iso
Dean's Kidney Pills. Voa can rely
on Walhalla testimony.
Mrs. J. M. Rothell. 21 Lucas St.,
Walhalla, says: "1 bad kidney trou
ble and my kidneys were weak and
acted irregularly. Mornings I was
lame and tired and it seemed 1
couldn't get around. I bad nervous
headaches continually and there was
a bearing down pain across my back !
and I had no ambition. My ankles j
and bands swelled and I was In pr?t
ly bad shapo. Hearing of Donn's
Kidney Pills I got gome and they |
cured me of the attack. I am glad
to recommend Donn's."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Dean's Kidney Pills-tho same that i
Mrs. Rotholl had. Foster-Milburn Co.. j
Mrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
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* IMPORTANT S'OTIOB. ty]
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.v To AU Pastors and '''lurches ty\
ty In Ocone? County: ty I
.J? The Oconee County Evangel- ty j
ty istic Association is called to ty
ty meqt at tho Chamber of Com- ty
ty merce Hall, Seneca, on next ty
ty 'Friday, April 28th, at 4 p. m. *
.J? to completo tho plans for tho ty
ty County-wide Evangelistic Cam- ty
ty paign, to ho conducted under ty
ty tho leadership of Itev. Gipsy ty
ty Smith, Jr. ty
ty All churches are urged to be ty
ty represented by their pastors ty
ty and at least one layman. ty
ty I. E. Walla, e. Chairman, ty
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Tho railway mileage of all tho
world is estimated to bo about 720,
Japan uses 4,000,000 tons of her
ring a year as fertilizer for its rico
Instant Relief from Scalds,
Burns, Cuts, Wounds, etc.
Cont a?na No AFcohof, Acid? or Pepper,
therefore DOES NOT SMART!
Painful injuries often result from
accidents. Mustang Liniment kept
always at hand is cheapest and best
insurance. Made of purest oils, it
penetrates quickly, soothing and
healing the affected parts.
Co.?.A Rev- A. S.SIn<.cton, Danville,
tkJ?iyS Va.- Ihavcui.edyourMcxican
*^ Mustang Liniment for 30 year?
and find it the very best rcmc'iy In case of a
cut, a burn, a bruise-in fact, almost any
ailment that can be cared by a liniment.
In usinK I think it quite important to rub it
well into the pores and repeat thee aeration
at frequent intervals."
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A H HUCKLE OFF BOA Kl) FOE TIME .
Being-Matter ot His Suppression to
Ho Given Careful Consideration.
New York, April 19.-Cancellation
o? nil contracts for tito showing of
films in which Roscoe C. (Fatty) Ar
buckle appears, was announced to
night by Will H. Hays, head of tho
Motion Picture Producers' Associa- j
Hon. This action, ho said, affected i
nearly ten thousand contracts.
"After consultatic/i with Nicholas
Schenck, representing .los. Schenck, i
tho producers, and Adolph Zukor and
Mr. Lasky, of the Famous Players
Lasky Corporation, tho distributors," j
Mr. Hays' statement said, "I will
state that, at n.\ request; they havo
cancelled .all .showings and all book- :
ings of the Arbuckle films. They do '
this that tho whole matter may have
tho consideration that Its Importance
warrants, and the action is taken
notwithstanding tho fact that they
had nearly 10,000 contracts in force
fer tho Arbuckle pictures."
When Mr. Zukor was asked if tho
action of the Producers' Association
had removed Arbuckle definitely
from tho list of screen stars, he re
"Wo simply left tho maller in tho
hands of Mr. Hays, lt's up to him to
decide in tho future whether it will
be proper to reintroduce tho Arbuckle
Mr. Zukor said recently that throe
on the tombstone you an
CAN go farther-but ye
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Arbuckle fon turo comedies had been
completed beforo the arrest of tito
condina on charges growing out of
the death of Miss Virginia Rappe.
Tho producer announced shortly af
ter Arhucklo's acquittai that one of
the hims would b$ released as n "test
of public opinion."
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Husband and Wife Found Dead.
Baltimore, Md., April 18.-.Freder
ick Smith and Augusta Smith, hus
band and wife, were found dead in
their home here Tuesday afternoon.
Both had bullet bolos in their heads.
.Mrs. Smith was shot behind the left
oar and Smith had a bullet bolo over
his left eye. The wife was only partly
dressed. Thc; husband wore a bath
Tho .Ia pan eso pick cherry blooms
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make a sort of tea.
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