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THE LOCAL NEWS FROM SENECA '
LocnlfClub Wonion Hold Enjoyable
Meetings-Personal Items.
Seneca, April 25.-Special: An
other radiophone station will soon
ho inaugurated in Seneca* hy tho Ad- j
ams 13ros. Concerts and other outer- ?
tainments aro now hoing heard over]
tho ono in tho Farm and Factory of-,
?leo, from as far away as Moxtco City.
W. E. Thompson, formerly of Sou- I
eca, and nOw president of tho Wo
man's College of LaGrango, Ga., was
in town last Week visiting friends.
Soneca is sorry to loso Dr. and
Mrs. Haskins, who will leave In May
for Greer, whore Dr. Baskin will be
Interested In tho Greer Dru? Storo.
Seneca was well represented at tho
State Medical Association in Rock
Hill, Drs. Doylo, Hlnos and Stribllng
attending the mooting.
Charles Stribllng, of Greenville,
spent Sunday in our city visiting his
frlomls.
Mrs. J. A. Bailoy, regent of tho
Clinton chapter of tho D. A. lt., ls
with Miss Mamie Burgess, on routo
for the board mooting at tho Tamas
soo school near Walhalla.
Mrs. W. P. Roid, who has. been J
visiting her (laughter, Mrs. David
Wylie, of North Carolina, will return
home to-day.
Mrs. J. II. Burgess and little Maryl
returned on Saturday from a two- '
weeks' stay in Aiken with her sis-j
tors, tho Misses Ravenel.
Mrs. Bncon leaves to-day for a trip
to Savannah, where her brother is ill. |
Miss Sue Gignllliat delightfully en
tertained a largo party on Friday af
ternoon in honor of her sistor, Mrs.
Francis Adams, and Mrs. McCttrry
Neville, of West Union. Fruit punch
and delicious block cream and cake
were sor ved.
Tho OnCe-a-Week Club mot with
Miss Mamio Burgess on Thursday,
and there was quito a full and pleas
ant meeting. A very interesting and
Instructive paper was read by Mrs.
W. J. Lunney on "Recent Medical
Research," with special articles on
tho- treatment of burns. Tho paper
called forth interested discussion
about Ibo need of information in thc
homo as to llrst aid remedies.
Mrs. Rust, of Loosburg, Va., and
1 Mrs. Riggs, of denison College, who ;
are visiting Mrs. Marett and Mrs.'
Willis, were guests at Gie club meet- ?
lng. Mrs. Francis Adams was also a ',
pleasant visitor at Ibo club.
Tho D. A. R. chapter met with Mrs
G. W. Gignllliat on Tuesday and sev
eral changes were made for tho next,
meetings. Tho regular May meeting I
will he hold with Mrs. W. S. I tun tol
and tho June mooting will bo held at
tho homo of Mrs. Warron Davis,
when Flag Day will bo celebrated.
The program for tho afternoon was
good. Miss 'Holland road a paper on
"Canillen District" and Miss Sue
Niminon8' paper was on "Current
Topics." Tho roll-call was answered
with current events.
Dr. Loe Carpen tor, of 'Greenville,
and daughter, Mrs. W. M. Sherrin,
of Concord, N. C., wore woek-end
visitors at tho homo of Mrs. W. S.
Hunter, Mrs. Sherrin and her littlo
daughter will spend tho week wit!;
.Mrs. Hunier sud Mrs. T. B. Jones.
Dr. T. L. Stribllng and Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Khy motored to Hue
West and Greenwood last Sunday.
Tho Seneca High School G loo Club
takes pleasure in announcing their
program May 5th, at 8.30 p. m. Ad
mission 2 0. 2."? and 35 cents.
Mrs. T. L. Stribllng will return to
her home hero to-day after a visit to
her home in Due West.
i .
To Stop a Cough Quick
toko HAYES' HEALING HONEY, o
cough medicine which stops the cough by
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and
Croup is enclosed with every bottle of
I*** HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
. should bo rubbed on the chest and throat
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
Tho healing effect of Hayos* Healing Honey In
side tho throat combined with the healing effect of
Grove's O-Pen-Trate Salve through the pores of
thc skin soon stops a cough.
Both remedies are packed In one carton and the
cost of tho combined treatment ls 35c
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
^ + HEALING HONEY. _^
Conference at Rock Springs Church.
Following" is tho program of tho
fifth Sunday group meeting and
quarterly conference to he held at
Rock Springs Methodist church, Son
eca Circuit, April 30th:
10 a. m.-Oponlng devotion. Rev.
H, B. Hardy.
10.15 to 10.30 a. m.-"What Con
stitutes a Standard Sunday School In
tho Mothodlst Church?" E. L. Horn
don.
10.30 to ll a. m.-"What Steps
Should bo Taken to Lift the Schools
I k t^r to tho Standard?" Rev. W. S. Good
win.
11 a. m. to 12 m.-Preaching. Rev
A. E. Hollor, presiding older of An
dorson district.
Adjournment for dinner.
Second Quarterly Conference,
w.^ 2.15 p. m.-'Devotional oxorcises.
r)^ 2.30 to 3 p. m.-"Mothodism and
the Sunday School." Rov. A. E. Drlg
gers.
3 p.m.-Decision Day-.Round Ta
ble. Led hy Rov. J. T. Miller.
Benediction.
All ofllcors from every church in
the circuit-Seneca, Fairview, Rock
Springs and Newry-are expected to
bo nt the quartorly conforonco.
H. B. Hardy, Pastor.
--#- - .
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms havo on un.
healthy color, which Indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, thero ls moro or I ess stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given rcgu
4 U larly for two or th reo weeks will enrich tho blood,
Improvothodlgcstlon.nndnctasogencrnlStrength
cnlng Tonio to tho wholo system. Nnturo will then
throw off or dispel tho worms.nnd thoChlld willbo
In porfect health. Pleasant to toko. OOo per bottla
Tugaloo Township Singing.
iii
Tho Tugaloo Township Singing
Convention will moot at Toxaway on
next fifth Sunday, April 30th, at 2
p. m. All singers and lovors of good
music aro Invited.
Oscar Driver, Prosidont.
BOUNTY LAND AND COMMUNITY.
Cool Weather Worrying tho Cotton
Farmers--Personal Nows Notes.
Bounty Land, April 24.-Special:
Cool Eastor weather is still prova
lent, and our farmers who have their
cotton planted aro apprehensive con
cerning tho seed, whtcn aro in pro
coss of germination.
Miss Etta Adams spent the latter
part of last week in Seneca with her
sister, Airs.. J. H. Harrison.
Mrs. Swift Marett has been a vic
tim of influenza, but her friends will
be glad to know that she ls improv
ing and ls able to bo up.
Marion Hubbard, Marlon /Hughs
and Grover Hubbard motored to An
dorson Friday.
Tho many friends of Mrs. S. N.
Hughs, of Richland, will bc delighted
to know that she has improved to
such an oxtent that physicians have
permitted her removal from tho hos? j
pital in Greenville to tho homo of
her sister, Mrs. Stokes, of that city. |
( Mrs. Alice McKinney, of Carnos
villo, Ga., is a guest in tho homo of
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Wylcy.
Tho numerous' friends of Mrs.
Jack Berry will loam with deep re-j
gret that lier death is momentarily ?
expected in tho Montgomery Ilospl-!
tal, Greenville, whore she went for',
treatment some weeks ago, when the
physicians nt once pronounced her
caso a hopoless ono.
Miss Winnie Gambrell, who re
cently closed a terni pf school in An
derson county, is at homo for a va
cation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. '
C. E. Gambrell. Miss Gambrell ha.,
boen visiting in Pelzer and Ware
Shoals for several weeks since thw
closo of her school.
Mrs. Hayden Coo and Mrs. G. W. ;
Davis visited relatives in Liberty the
first of the week.
Mrs. Gilmer Hubbard spent tho
week-end in Greenville with her sis
ter, who is quito seriously ill since
undergoing an operation several
woeks ago. Wo hope for encouraging
developments in tho patient's condi
tion.
Mrs. A. S. Rollins and four chil
dren, of Cha-rieslon, are expected on
Tuesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
1). A. Perritt. Mrs. Rollins and two
children wjll leave Friday -for At
lanta, whore they will join Mr.'Rol
lins on a trip to Dallas, Texas, whore
tho latter will 'attend a convention of
railroad employees.
Mr. and Mrs. Furman Burns, of
Fountain Inn, and Mrs. T. E. Strib-1
ling and Mrs. Clara MoCarey, of !
Greenville, were guests in the homo
of Hon. and Mrs. E. E. Vernor Sun
day. Mrs. Dean Davis accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. Burns to 'their home,
where she will visit lint il the meet
ing of tho Piedmont Presbytery. Sho
will attend this meeting nt a repre
sentative of tho Richland Auxiliary.
Miss Nettie Hubbard spent tho
week-end in Walhalla as a guest of
Miss Tabitha ?tribling.
Mrs. J. P. Stribllng, president of
Richland Auxiliary, and probably
several others of tho community, will
attend tho Piedmont Presbyterial,
which will moot in Piedmont the lat
tor part of this week.
Mr. and Airs. J. J. Ballenger mo
tored to Clinton a short timo ago for
a visit to their dauptlitor, Mrs. B. O.
Whitten, and family. They were ac
companied as far ns Greenville by
Misses Lalla and Pearle and John
Ballehger. Their little granddaugh
ter, Martha Whitten, accompaniel
them home.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Doyle and Miss
Marion Murphy, of Anderson, visited
in this community Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. B. O. Whitten, of
Clinton, were guests in tho Ballenger
homo Thursday night.
Mrs. Julia D. Shanklin ls having
a sleeping porch added over the front
porch of her home.
Next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
'Rev. A. E. Holler, presiding elder of
Anderson district, will preach at the
Rock Springs church. After dinner,
which will lie served on the church
grounds, Rally Day exorcises will ho
held hy the Sunday school, and from
2.30 to 3 o'clock Rev. A. E. Drig
gers will give a lecture. Tho public
is invited to attend these services,
and a large congregation is expected.
Airs. J. N. AIcDonald spent a few
days last week with her father, W.
D. Strihling, of Seneca.
E. N. Foster went to Greenville
Sunday.
Airs. Richard Alarett is suffering
from a case of influonzn. It is hoped
that she will soon ho convalescent.
Airs. J. P. Stribllng ls rejoicing
over tho fact that she has quito re
cently become eligible for member
ship into the "Grandmothers' Asso
ciation," tho happy parents of hor
grandson being Air. and Mrs. S. C.
Stribllng, of Gaffney.
Moonshiner Says Paid for Protection.
Aiken, April 22.-Sheriff Howard,
of Aikon county, to-day demanded
tho resignation of Deputy Sheriff
Thos. M. Butler following charges
by John Lowther, nn alleged moon
shiner, that he had paid Officer But
ler for protection.
'Lowther wns arrested by county
and State officers in a raid staged
Friday just across the line in Edge
field county. He told Sheriff Howard
that ho paid Deputy Shoriff Butler
$25 por month for protection.
WBiTi ron BOOKLET OM MOTHERHOOD AN DI III BABY, Ml!
BRADNELD REGULATOR co., DEPT. ? 0. ATLANTA, QA,
Three Years
in Business.
Wednesday, April 26,
completes our third year of
business here in Anderson,
Three years ago we opened
here with only one room. Now
we have two large store rooms,
using all four floors, basement
and warehouse.
We are doing approximate
ly a half million dollar business
yearly.
We employ during the busi
est seasons over fifty sales
people, and carry in stock over
a hundred thousand dollars'
worth of First-Class Merchan
dise of all kinds.
We carry a full and complete
line of Men's and Boys' Cloth
ing, Shoes of all kinds; Ladies' ,
Ready-to-Wear, Millinery, Dry
Goods, Hosiery, Notions, etc.
We buy for Cash and we
sell for Cash-we buy for less,
so we can easily sell for less.
You take no chances when
Vou buy from us, as we guar
antee everything we sell.
REPORT OF TIIIO CIVIC LEAGUE.
Rot iring Officers Make Statement
Showing Financial Condition.
Following is tho financial report
of the Civic League from May, 1920,
to April, 1922:
Receipts.
Ral. In treasury, May, 1920.$ .25
Proceeds "Tacky Party"... 75. 9?
Proceeds picture show.... 89.45
Proceeds from play . 13.99
Proceeds rummage salo.... 29.50
Received from Winthrop
Daughters . 60.00
Proceeds minstrel show.... 114.90
Proceeds Keoweo Trail.... 12.75
Proceeds "Early Bird". 115.40
Total.$512.19
Disbursements.
I Paid for hall rent.$ 3. 00
Paid for curtain goods.... 5.25
Paid rest room furnishings. 13.30
Paid rest room furnishings. 1.75
Paid wood and lamp globe. 13.70
(Paid for crib . 7.50
Paid cleaning rest room ... 1.25
Paid for advertising. 3.25
Paid paint for rest room. . . 2.25
Paid for painting . 4.00
Paid Near East Relief_ 89.35
Paid chairs for rest room.. 37.00
Paid rug for rest room.... 12.00
Paid hucket and dipper ... 1.60
Paid cleaning rest room... 1.00
(Paid boarding rest room... 11.17
Paid heating for rest room. 2.25
Paid cot pad and sheets ... 7.25
i Paid stove fittings. 1.85
Paid for hauling. 1.50
Paid electric fixtures. 2.00
Paid Lyceum committee... 243.05
Total.$405.17
?Total receipts .$512.19
Total disbursements. 465.17
Bal. In treasury.$ 47.02
The members of tho Civic League
wish to thank the citizens of Wal
halla and West Union for their co
operation and help during tho past
two years.
Mrs. C. F. Hetrlck, Pres.
Mrs. Claude Reid, Treas.
At the last meoting of the Civic
League tho following ofilcors were
olocted: Mrs. John Ansel, president;
Mrs. Jas. H. Darby, vico president ;
Mrs. N. L. Fant, secretary and treas
urer.
Engineer Killed, Geo. White Hurt.
Zanosvillo, Ohio, April 22.-Gco
Whitc, of Marietta, this Stato, for
mer Democratic chairman, was
among eight passengers injured to
day when a Baltimore and Ohio pas
senger train was wrecked 12 miles
south of this city. Fnglnoor IO. Pres
ton, of Parkersburg, W. Va., was
killed. White's injuries aro said to
bavo boen conipnrativoly slight.
Louis Wainwright, firoman, of
Znnosvillo, was thrown through the
cab of tho engine and alighted In a
creek, 25 foot below, unhurt.
Thurs?
This Great Barj
Birthday, will
Monday, May 81
of our mamar
chandise*
Men's and B
Children's Shoe
Wear, Milliner
Hosiery, Notions
It will pay y ?
tend this Big Sai
our third year's
Carolina.
SS Come ar
ing through Moi
^mn^,. Andei
GALLA
???it The Store t
?ORGANIZE THE STATE FAIR ?
social ion-New ll end Chosen mid I
. Finances to bo Improved.
Columbia, April 22.-Robert M.
aper, Jr., of Wisacky, prosidont of
s South Carolina Agricultural and
chanical Society, announced to
v that J. W. Fleming, of Savan
tl, Ga., had been elected by tho
?cutive committee of the . %cioty ' -
tho newly created position of
nager of the State Fair. 1>. Frank
rd, of Lexington, was ro-elocted
rotary of, tho State Fair, and D.
Ellison, of Columbia, was re-elect
treasurer.
Under the new plans of tho asso
tion Mr. Fleming will have exec
ve control of the State Fair and
,1 be "on the Job" twelve month.)
the year. Ho expects to move
family to Columbia May 1, when
will take over the managen^mt of
> fair.
Tho flnanco committee of tho Fair
?oeiation will meot here In a few
/B, Mr. Cooper said, and lay plans
the refinancing of tho enterprise,
put it abreast of the great State
rs of thc nation.
3ubscribe for The courier. (Best)
is Reason It Ont !
Vow ls tho timo to uso economy irf
things-especially in tho Cloth
io. Wo should always buy where
can save tho most. It will pny
i to walk ten milos to save five
lars on-. 1
MADE-TO-MEASURE
CLOTHES.
Dlothes made to your mensuro will
you better, look better mid wear
igor than a ready-made suit.
If you havo tho cloth already on
rad, bring lt to us and we will
ho lt up to your measure and
tiranteo you a perfect flt. If you
iron't tho cloth, como to us and wo
ll have your Clothes made.
LADIES!
? will do your work also. Wo will
ike any kind of a Garment for
dies, Misses and Children and give
i n perfect flt.
If you have old clothes and want
nn to look Uko now ones, wo will
9 them or mako thom over-and
ho thom look Just as good nsfiow
os.
Domo in and look over our sam
s and get our prices. Our prices
1 Two and ThrcVspleco Suits aro
>.0O: ??K "0 $20.00. Wo also
Pressing at (IO cents per suit.
3oo us. On Postofllco Block.
.S.M. Holland
No. 100 South Main Street,
WA Ll I ALLA, S. O.
14-17
JR THIRD BIG
BEGINS
lay, April 27.
?ain Event, Celebrating our Third
continue for ten days, through
th* A veritable ten-day slaughter
oth stock of all kinds of Mer
oys' Clothing; Men's, Women's and
s; Ladies' and Misses' Ready-to
y, Dry Goods, House Furnishings,
5, etc.-all at great reductions,
ou to come hundreds of miles to at
le Event celebrating the ending of
business in the best city in South
id Bring Your Friends. SS
This Great Money-Saving ?vent
^-continues for ten days, beginning
^Thursday, April 27th, and convtinu
lday, May 8th.
rscm's Largest Store
LNT-BELK CO.,
hat Sells Everything for Less.
1888
1922
VAN HEUSEN
Thc World's Smartest Collar-Smarter
than the Best Starched Collars-More
Comfortable than Any Soft Collar.
Price 50c.
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. C.
Farming Under Boll Weevil
Conditions.
. TEN STEPS TO TAKE
PLANT FEWER ACHES
PREPARE LAND WELL
FERTILIZE LIBERALLY
CULTIVATE FREQUENTLY
LEARN TO TOISON I
USE EARLY VARIETIES
PLANT EARLY
KILiL EARLY WEEVILS
GATHER DAMAGED SQUARES
DESTROY STALKS EARLY I
FIGHT
A FARMER CANNOT GROW COTTON UNDER ROLL WEEVIL
CONDITIONS UNLESS HE IS WALLING TO FIGHT.
THE THINGS THAT ARE NECESSARY TO IK) TO SUCCESSFUL*
LY CONTROL THE BOLL WEEVIL MUST BE DONE AT THE TIME
THEY SHOULD BE DONE.
COTTON GROWING BY THE EASY-GO-LUOKY METHOD IS A
THING OF THE PAST. THOSE WHO ARE FIGHTERS AND WILL
STAY BY THE JOH WILL BE THE SUCCESSFUL COTTON GROWERS
OF 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.
there are 160 different kinds of in?
sects that lunch off books.

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