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Published Kvory Wednesday Morning
Mtv Moulds .55
Advertising Rules Reasonable.
By Stock, Shelbi', Hughs & Sholor.
Commun icu tiona or a personal
ohnrnctor charged for as advertise
Obituary notices, cards of thanks
anil tributes of respect, either by
individuals, lodgos or churches, are
charged for as for advertisements at
rate of one cont a word. Cash must
accompany manuscript, and all such
notices will bo marked "Adv." in
conformity with Federal ruling on
such ma I tors,
WALHALLA, s. O.
WTHM.SH V Y, M A V :l, 1022.
Uti; NHA ii FAST lt KL IK F,
KoBponscs aro beginning to come
Sn In answer lo tho appeal made to
tho people of Oconoo for aid in Ibo
Near Hast Relief work. While not
u3 generally responded to as might
hayo boen hoped for, still the begin
ning has been made, and it is hoped
that others will realize tho import
ance of immediate action. "What
thou doest, do quickly." Tho situa
Dion In tho Near Fast demands im
Tho fund as reported up to Mon
day stood as follows:
Th rough Tho Courier
Acknowledged last W00k...$ 20.00
"A Friend." Seneca R V.IX. 1.00
.Mr. and .Mrs. F. J. Boll, of
West fa ?on. Rt. I..... . .50
Mrs. J. li. Pickett, Sandy
Springs . 1.00
J. F. Davis, Wallmlla Rt. 2. 1 .00
Contributed through .Miss
Addie Ta thain
.Jas. F. Neville.$100.00
L. M. brown. 50.00
"NV. C. Hughs. 10.00
"A Friend" . .. 10.00
Mrs. Hula Phillips . 5.00
10. L. llerndon. 5.00
.1 li. S. Hendy. 5.00
"A Helper" . 5.00
Miss Bthol Counts. 5.00
Miss Eloise Strother. 5.00
Miss Anglo Pricks. 2.50
Mrs. M. K. Hubbard. 1 .00
1.. c. Spearos. 1.00
H. A. Sin il h. 1 .00
.1. li Karlo. 1 .ii"
Add tho amounts contrib
uted I ?rough Courier . 2:: ..">o
Total fund to date.$230.75
One nf tho contributors to the fund
through Tho Courier writes:
"Editor Keowee Courier:
"Enclosed find one dollar for the
Armenians. It is not much, but I
trust the Lord will bless the gift,
even though it is small.
"Docs Miss Tatham collect cloth
ing for the Near Fast Rollof ? I have
a good many useful things that
would help make some child com
fortable. Please answer through
"If I may suggest, lt seems to mo
that if Misa Tatham would make
dates at different places, and give
notice accordingly, sho would meet
with more success. I ooplo aro not
so poor that they can't help. It ls
just that they aro Indifferent and
careless. If sho would como to tho
Keowee school, and give notice be
forehand, I feel sure sho would meet
with largo success there.
"You can make this suggestion if
you think proper to do so.
Seneca, S. C.. R. F. 1).
Wo have been unable to commu
nicate with Miss Tatham In regard
to tho collection of clothing. There
is, however, a division of the Near
East Relief work that handles the
clothing collection work. We will bo
ablo by next week to give informa
tion in regard to tho matters sug
gested hy "A Friend." ^
Exhausted Fishermen Picked Up.
Charleston, April 20.--Three local
fishermen, William Johnson, israel
Pringle and Frank Smith, were pick
et! up orr this coast to-day by the
cutter Seminole, after lho men had
becomo completely exhausted, due to
xpofitiro In their small boat. They
.1 survive, according IO radio ad
vices, and will probably soon be at
home again with their families. They
evidently ran into a bad storm,which
with chilly weather, made their sit
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?!. HOME DEMONSTRATION *\>
?J. NOTES. ?fi
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Agent in Dairying to Visit.
.Miss Elizabeth Forney, agent in
dairying, will be in Oconee county
Hum May 3d lo 6th. The following
meetings will be held:
Wednesday, at 3.?50 p. m.-Oak
drove school house.
Thursday, at 10 a. m.--Return
Thursday, at 3 p. m.-"Pino Grovo
Friday,, ut 10 a. m.--Fair Play.
Friday, at 2 p. m.-South Union
school houso. #
Friday, at l p...-Oakway.
Friday, at S p. m. - West Union,
ia: Mi's. .James Phinney's.)
Saturday, 9.30" a. m. to 12.30
Walhalla Market, at C. ti. Jayncs's
At those meetings Miss Forney
will be glad lo discuss any phase of
butter making and marketing. Bring
some of your buller and have it
scored. All who are interested are
invited lo these meetings. Please
try to l)e on time, as you see the
time is very limited.
On Saturday Miss Forney will ho
at tho Produce Market, at C. G.
Jnynes's clore, and will ito glad to
have you call on her if you are inter
ested in making a standard product
and getting a better price. Bring
some of your butter with you and
have it scored. Rcmomber tho timo
and place and do not fail to take
advantage of this great opportunity.
Ethel L. Counts,
County Home Porn. Agent.
(?ratling for tho Club Markets.
In order that tho club markets of
our State may continue to be a suc
cess, tho producers must realize that
the patrons want first-class products,
properly graded and put up in the
right kind of containers, at reason
able prices. In many localities we
(Ind that the growers who have not
learned to produce truck crops edi
ci?n (ly are the ones who supply the
markets. The more efficient truckers
have an established Irado and do not
care to sell their goods beside a lot
of Inferior stuff. Consumers who pa
tronize markets aro entitled to the
very bc^t. It will take this to hold
Much moro attention should be
given to grading, packing and dis
playing of commodities offenen1 for
salo. C? '.' ?n< ry actually n de
commodhi .. from, dirt, and besides I
make them moro attractive, Fo>S ?
people kV i 11 buy butter, .sage, sea
rles and many other such Hems if
they have been exposed io the dust
o?1 Hie road and street. In so far as
is practicable, tho commodity should
he carried from the farm to the mar
ket in a clean, attractive, convenient
Products properly graded and
carefully prepared have a higher
market value than those to which
no attention has been directed.
Tho following quotation from a
weekly summary gotten out by tho
Department of Agriculture, Bureau
of Markets, ls significant of this fact:
"Carrots-iRecelpts aro mode, ito
and tho demand has been good ail
mostly $1.75 to $2.00 for washed,
and $1.50 a box for dirty ones."
In all casos whoro products are
put up In packages, any considera
ble variation below tho quality of
tho top layer does not permit tho
goods to bo considered as first qual
ity. Where extremo "topping off"
ls practiced lt is readily detected by
experienced buyors, and tho pack is
Tentativo grades, basod on bulle
tins issuod by tho U. S. Department
of Agriculture, Bureau of Markets:
Cherries-Sold In ono-quart bas
kets by tho crate of 3 2 baskets. Ma
turity: Well colored, but not over
ripe. Size: Normal average for va
riety. Qualities demanded: Freo
from loaves and trash, picked with
stems on, and only ono variety In a
Strawberries-Sold In one-quart
baskets, in crates of 32 baskets. Ma
turity: Well ripened, practically an
oven color for tho whole berry, firm,
not over-ripo. Qualities demanded:
Evenness of color of horries, unl
foimily of size, and freedom from
?Radishes-Sold In bunches of 6,
8 or 12 radishes to tho bunch, by tho
dozen bunches. Maturity: Fair
sized roots, but sound. Size: Nor
mal for variety. Qualities demanded:
Freshness, brightness and crispness.
Washed and uniform in sizo and
color In tho samo bundi. Bunches
aro made up by tying Just, above tho
roots with (wino or rallia.
in tho Western Australian desert
Ibero aro wells which yield water
only at night.
British coal minors returning to
work after thc long strlko found
thoir hands so soft that they could
TO HOLD MEMORIAL H.\F,RCISES
At \Vnlh?H? nigh School Auditorium
Next Wednesday, Ma> 10th.
In conformity with n boan t i ful
custom ?hat has b-vn bVoVtiillllg lu
tho South for many yon rs, tho Daugh
ters of tho Confederacy will hold
motnorlal exercises Iii th.? Walhalla
High School Auditorium noxt Wed
nesday, May 10th, b0gi?i??ttig at IO
o'clock ia tho morning, to koop frosh
in tho memory of tho young the he
roic deeds of some o; our forefathers,
and also to remind ?hem that we
j must aol forgot th? principles for
which the World War was (fought.
Tho following is tho program of
Wednesday, May, 1 Ot fi, IO A. M.
(James M. Moss. Chilman,)
Prayer by Rev. AV. t;. Aull.
Patriotic Selection "Huiuui-.itul)
By Miss Carrie Dari)- i arri sou.
Song hy school chi ron.
Flag Drill by seht, ' ch'ldrou.
Address by Hov. A. V. Barr,
Song by school chi u n.
Patriotic, Selection (inauti'itoeiitai)
By .Miss Florence Ilk trick,
Decorating Old Sol I lei's' Ora- >s.
All Confederate st liorji abd all
World War veterans urged I ho
present and to take tl) pttt y< i of
the middle row in tUe >ol aiiil or
Please honor us with your | es
enco while we try to honor yeo tor
what you have done ul what ou
moan to us.
Canl oi Thanks,
Editor Keowee Courier
Wo desire through your Columns
to express to our neighbors and i da
tives and friends the deep sens, of
appreciation we feel toward their for
Hie many deeds and wonts of ....ri
ll ess and love that ca. ie to u n
our recent hours of upprolu n
and sorrow incident to the il s
and death of our parents, Mr. md
Mrs. T. J. Stone. Especially dr. o
extend to Dr. John R. Heller ii'
thanks and appreciation tor his
tiring efforts In behalf < : our loved
ones. May God grant a rich Reward
to each and every one o'' these kind
and staunch friends, is our Sai esl
wish and prayer.
?H. P. Stone,
Mrs. Lula Mooro,
Mrs. ?Etta Cox.
Seneca, S. C., May 1,- adv.
Old IMddlors' Convention.
The Old Fiddlers' Convent ion A tll
bo held at South Union on Saturday,
May 13th, beginning at 8 o'c) !..
Wo expect this to be th.- big . it
thing of tho kind over hi'1'! lr '
nee co tm ty, Wo expect fiddlers from j
North Carolina, Georgia and 'rou')!
se ve ru 1 of the Counties of this late.!
W. WI West, Maua er,
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
Tho State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.
(In Court of Common Pleas.)
D. A. Baker, doing business under
the stylo and firm name of Baker
& Company, Plaintiff,
J. D. Sugarman, doing business un
der the stylo and firm name of J.
D. Sugarman and Company,
(Summons for Relief.- (Complaint
To tho Defendant Above Named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in
this action, of which a copy is here
with served upon you, and to serve
a copy of your answer to the said
Complaint on the subscriber, at his
omeo on the Public Square, at Wal
halla Court House, South Carolina,
within twenty days after tho service
hereof, exclusive of the day of such
service; and if you fall to answer
the complaint within the time afore
said, tho Plaintiff In this action will
apply to tho Court for the relief de
manded in tho Complaint.
Dated April ?1, 1922.
R. T. JAYNES,
W. J. SCHRODER, C. C. P.
May 3, 1922. 18-20
CARLOAD OF GALVANIZED ROOF1N
IN ALL LENGTHS THE PRICE IS RI
SCREEN DOORS and V
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR Sf
ALL GRADES AND SIZES, IT WILL
OUR STOCK AND GET YOUR NEEDS
REFRIGERATORS and I
OUR INTITIAL SPRING SHIPMENT (
THE PRICE IS MUCH LESS THAN LA
HIGHEST QUALITY AND PRICES, Ri
CONGOLEUM ART SQU
YOU KNOW WHAT CONGOLEUM GC
SOME ATTRACTIVE DESIGNS AND T
THE LARGER CITIES ARE ASKING.
(In thc Colcm;
MUNICIPAL TAX NOTICE.
The books for collection of Town '
Tnxos oponod Monday, May 1st, and
will closo May 31st. A penalty of 7
per cont will attach on all taxes un
paid Juno 1st. So pay early and
avoid tho rush.
Ordinary Town Tax ... S \<> mills.
Light Bonds . . . ; . I y> mills.
"Water Bonds.13 V? mills.
Sewer Bonds. 4 % mills.
Street Tax .$3.00.
T. A. GRANT, Clerk and Troas.,
Town of Walhalla, S. C.
May 3, 1922. 18-22
The Stato of South Carolina, Coun
ty of Oconeo.- (In Court of Probate) '
-By V. P. MARTIN, Esq., Probate
Judge.-Whereas,' Mrs. J. Frances
Earle has made suit to me to grant
her Letters of Administration of tho
Estate of and Effects of Wit on R.
En rio, Deceased
Tboso are, therefore, to cito and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said Wilton
lt. Earle, Deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in tko Court of
Probate, to be held at Walhalla
Court 'House, South Carolina, on
Tuesday, the 16th day of May, 1922.
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock
in tho forenoon, to snow cause, if
any they have, why the. said Admin
istration should not be granted.
Givon under my hand and seal this
2d day of May, A. D. 19 22.
V. F. MARTIN,
Judge of Probate for Oconee Co., 3.C.
Published on the 3d and 10th days
of May, 19 22, In ^ho Keowee Cou
rier, and on the v^ourt House door
for the time proscribed by law.
May 3, 1922. ' 18-19
WINTII ROI? COLLEGE
SCHOLARSHIP AND ENTRANCE
The examination for the award of
vacant Scholarships In Winthrop
College, and for admission of new
students, will be held at tho County
Court House on Friday, July 7th, nt
1) A. M. Applicants must not bo loss
than sixteen years of age. When
Scholarships aro vacant after July 1
they will be awarded to those mak
ing the highest average at this ex
amination, provided they meet the
conditions governing the award. Ap
plicants for Scholarships should write
to President Johnson before the ex
amination for Scholarship Examina
Scholarships are worth $100 and
freo tuition Tho next rop^on will
open September 20th, i i22, Foi* fur
ther Information and i ualogue, ad
PEES, l>. '.5. .Uh NSON, ?
Rck Hill, S. C.
Don't envy thc well-dressed
man! Wear tailor-made cloth
es yourself. Inspect our tailor
made line. Men who pride
themselves on proper groom
ing are the most consistent
patrons of this establishment.
They appreciate the fact that
to preserve the outer clothing
and obtain the greatest amount
of service it is necessary to oc
casionally have them renovat
ed? When that thought occurs
to you, let us know?
Glover & Mattison,
108 West Main Street,
Walhalla, S. C.
G, CORRUGATED, 3 AND 6-V CRIMP
7INDOWS and SCREEN
?RING SHIPMENT FULL STOCK OF
BE TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO SEE
! WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE.
CE CREAM FREEZERS.
)F THESE HAVE JUST ARRIVED.
ST YEAR. THE MAKES OF THE
INGES TO SUIT YOUR WISHES.
ARES and YARD GOODS
ILD SEAL QUALITY IS. WE HAVE
HE PRICE IS MUCH LOWER THAN
in Old Stand,)
, S, C,
1888 -======- 1922
The World's Smartest Collar-Smarter
than the Best Starched Collars-More
Comfortable than Any Soft Collar.
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. C.
IVERS & POND
A piano with tone and touch full of artistic charm*
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finding its largest sale in the discriminating local
A piano of utmost structural integrity, resulting in
durability and economy of maintenance unexcelled.
The piano chosen by over 500 leading American
Educational Institutions and 65,000 homes.
It has been and is being built in but one grade-the
highest-by thc same interests, with the same
artistic ideals to-day as in 1880.
And we believe it offers more intrinsic value, with less
superfluous expense than any piano you will find.
?.?.j* FOR SALE BY J>?>?>
Roy M. Abbott,
(17-20) Seneca, S. C.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
$348.00 B|T?RS:IT $348.00
A Value LiRe This.
Why should you buy any car but a Ford? Prices
lowest, parts lowest, operating and up-keep expense
lowest, yet a Ford car will take you any place any car
will go. These are sensible, not extravagant times,
and a Ford is the most sensible car for anyone to own.
Terms if desired.
Piedmont Motor Cp.
Sales and Service Ford and Fordson
WALHALLA -Phone 34- WESTMINSTER.
COTTON SEED MEAL
Be sure and get our prices before
West Union Oil Mill,
JAS. H. DARBY, Lessee,
West,Union, S. C.