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ol' HUMS ail.I I ' TJX i ; al ^lllilUHU*.
si. Augustine. Kia., Muy I. I'.'-J.
Kdl tor K ?owi o I 'ourii r:
Sinei' being Iii (his liowerj land I
have visited many points ol' interest
and places ol note. St. Petersburg is]
I lt? cleanesl ell y that I lia vc ever !
sit u, li is nllogothor :i lour! I clty.|
Krom -'.".."ni) io Li.>,000 people rome
lure every winter. Tito climate is
ideal. Th oro aro moro accommoda
tions hero for th?' lourisl than yon
will lind nnywhure. The cha miter ni
commerce employs the Scottish High
landers' Hand from Chicago. They
contract with (hom for $20,000 for
three lnoullis, and the hand tools ils
horns twice n day. The park will
seal from eight io i<-n thousand peo
ple and all is free to everybody,
livery state in ilie Union is well rep
resented here. Ohio alone sends
about lour thousand every winter.
.More Yankees'here "than John saw."
1 have spent part of three winters
hero, and have seen no frost yet.
This Is where tho roses never fade
and whore thu flowers lt eve i ? . . s.
to bloom, i have newt secti ??toh a
0?Bp?a> O' tlow"< i ' Of byorykin'd, and
Ibo tu vin 3 MU j ol be excelled nhy
Wi.o.o in v.... .JOHm. lilia ia saut LU
bo the llnesl climate in the United
States. Ono can lind all kinds of
sport hore-fishing, boating, swim
ming, diving, boat riding, and Hying
through ibo air. There aro eight or
teu over-llowlug sulphur wells in the
elly, ranging in deptli from L'on to
.100 foot. There are more mocking
birds hero Utan l have noticod any
where, and they sing day and night.
The Northern people wonder why
(hey can'! have them up lhere. I loll
thom they en n't live in their chilly
Climate. They eau live only in
""hixie." There are no farming lands
around Ibis city, and nothing is
grown except citrus fruit. Kvorybody
lives from the grocery stores. All
kinds of Huh can bc caught here ir.
tho bay and gulf. There is always
a eool breeze. The gulf is four miles
west of the city, and Tampa Hay, on
the east, and lite Atlantic six miles
north. The city goes right np to tho
sea wall on tho bay. lt is 2."? miles
across tho bay to Tampa. Tho trip
is made in two hours by boat.
lampa ls strictly a business city,
with 00,000 people. Thirty-six thou
sand of these aro aliens, and withal
it ls a dirty city. Hut hore at St.
Petersburg, with all of its ole inness,
beautiful (lowers, etc.. tho air is per
fumed with their sweet flagrance,
and the sweet singing of the song
birds makes one feel glad and strong
Hut ih?> grandest sight thai I have
siva is a golden sun-set in (bc (lull
of Mexico. Standing on the beach
(>n St. Patrick's Day. us (bosun was
aixei! lo set. as it scorned, into iii?.'
water, nature bad a thousand ways
and menus of rising above herself;
bul Incomparably tho nobles! mani
festation of ber capability of color
Is In tho tin-sets, among (ho high
clouds. ] speak especially of ibo
moment before tile sun sinks, when
his light turns pure I'OSO-Color, and
when this light falls upon a zenith
covered with countless ?Unid-forms
of Inconceivable delicacy; (breads
and flakes of vapor, which in com
mon daylight would bo puro snow
white, and which glvo, therefore,
fair field to the tone of li>:lit - there
ls then no limit to the multitude and
no check to tho intensity of (ho hues
assumed. Tho Wholo sky, from the
zenith to tho horizon, becomes ono
molten sea of color and fire; every
black bar turns Into gold, every rip
ple and wavo Into unsullied, shadow
less crimson and purplo and scarlet,
ce teacher said ?jb
ake she had ever
nt remarked that
ggs in every cake,
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wed her exactly
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Mrs. G. S.
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30 William St., New York
iiiid colors for which ibero aro ao
wolds in language and no iden in tho
mind I nings which can only he con
ceived while I hoy ure vislbh Ibu
intense hollow bluo ot' the upper sky
melting through ? all, Showing hore
di "1? and pure and llghtloss, thore j
mod ula led by tho (linty, formless
body of tho transparent v..por . ll ?t |
is iosi Imperceptibly in its crimson
On tho nexi d.?y I stood on Pablo
I I leach looking nt the mud. roiling
j waves conto in ' rom the vvesl on tho j
groa I Ail.unie ocean. Tho March
! wind was blowing a gale. Tho waves,
j were about eight feel high, one right
behind Ibo other about len fool, and'
. Ibo white-caps on every wave, as '
white as the drifting snow. Out in
tho deep, ?ititi ns far ns the vison
[could reach down tho beach, ii look
ed like a solid, rolling bank ot snow.
This was something else-the like !
lind never soon. I could only stand
and look ul this wonder of wonders
Wl'.h holy awe. These waves remind
ed ?no moro of a mighty, wild charge
in tho koa I of battle, lt looked as
though 1 would be washed oui by the
dashing billows. But 1 knew that
c.f<? bad std, thc bounds.''Thus tari
?.halt thou go, and no further,''
Therefore 1 was unafraid, i coull
iii held np m> budds ?nd pars
iiuia.su in?. Psalmist; 'The h?avou??
declare thc glory of God. and these
mighty, rolling billows show forth
Tho Bathing Costumes,
Tho dress for both men and wo
men ls made just like the Indians
wore in tho primitive ages, every
inch of their limbs being entirely
exposed. Some of them hardly have
clothes enough on to (lag a train. In
the pavilion where they undress and
dress is a long alley with little rooms |
about six foot square. There are
about a hundred of these rooms in
tho s:inie building. Tho alley is
about four feol wide, Ibo left-band
booths being for the ladies and the
j right-hand booths for tho men. Each
(door has a lock and key. Here they
leave all their belongings--clothes,
jewelry, money, modesty, dignjlty
and womanhood. And they go Into
thc water like cattle: and. when they
tile of tho water and want a change
they go out on the beach, where tho
sand is as fine and white as corn
meal, and ('nore they will roll and
tumble until they are ready to make
nnolhcr display In the water. I hnve
seen thom hy ibo hundreds, In the
water and out, mingling with each
ether as though they were dressed
In their best Sunday frocks. I have
never been on the beach on the Sab
bath, but I have boon told that there
larc al least two hundred automo
I biles lhere every Sabbath day, the
occupants taking dinner on tho
ground. As i have looked at those;
women, with every inch of their
lilli bs Halved. | felt like exclaiming
with Jeremiah, "Oh. that my bead
were waters, and mine eyes a foun
tain e.:' tears, that I might weep day
and night for the slain of the daugh
ters of my people."
.1. Russell Wright.
For Three Gunar nt ions
Havo M ado Child-Birth
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BHAD ni LD GE?0kATOR CO.. DIPT. 9 0. ATIANTA. GA,
LOCAL NFAVS THOM CONKHOSS.
Itocolvod To? Late for Publica ion in
lAVit Week's Courlov.
Coneross, iMay I.-'Spoliai Iss
Kath loon Dodd, of West inlfisl . aa
a guest of Misses Lona jud N . vb
bott boro last week.
O. IO. ?UHose and SOP. Ck < of
Luttrells, arrived at tho llpui' ibo
former's motlier, Mrs. 1?;. c. i e,
hero yesterday. Ile left ibis m ig
for Seneca, where ho has acct I a
position will? Olen Shirley his
drui; si oro. Mrs. Du'Bo ?si .. , ml
dren, Harriet and Janie* wi onie
lo Senora to-day or to-morrow. They
aie having their household goods
moved from Laurens to Seile? a by
truck ami will probably make tholr
homo on Walhalla stroot. ! it'.le
Charles is spending a few day., hero
with his grandmother.
Quite a number of tho ladles from
our societies attended tho W. M. ?.
meeting at Seneca last Wednesday
and report a very Interesting moot
Mr. and Mrs. ll. W. Alexander and
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse King attended
the singing at Hasta nolle, Ga., yes
terday and also called on Mr. and
Mrs. U. A. l\ Dean, of Avalon. Ga.,
before returning home. Thoy had an
J. |<\ McDonald is moving to-day
from thc Coneross community lo tho
Oak Grove section. Wo aro glad to
know tit;.; ii!,; wife and children are
going lo remain In our community,
She has spent the greater part of her
life In cur community and is liked
hy everybody who knows her. She is
a splendid old lady a ad a good neigh
John Clohtnd and cousin, Miss lis
sie .loins, of (?reenville, wore muong
roll11 i vi.'s and friends here the week
\V. l?\ Haynes, wife an.l children
al tended the singing a ; ;n,
Pickens county, last S ?id ey
were accompanied by Mi fje? na
and 1'hode Abbott.
Mr. MelM'.ail. of Tow .ville, \s a
recent guest ol* sumo o : ds
lu ibis community.
L. A. Cleland and tam) y, v. est
miustor, made a recent eil! i n la
tives and friends in this COU1* y.
Mrs. T. M. Codoll is not lu rood
health at present. She i? i ?itom
plating making her home w her
son, Jeff Davis, of Wu I hail .1, and
renting her farm out heno, ?ho is
Quite an old lady, and \. c .. thai
lie-.- health Will impvovo and Umt abo
in?\ non ho 1 ul "elf ngalr .
.! Di I von h. of ,v. in
Una community recent > i toy? ping
with his mother, Mrs. iMnr> >ilwi . th.
J. D. Abbott and so. ige, and
daughter, 'Florene, 1 welcome
guests the past weol 1 al '..ho
homo of the former's 1 ic av,
Mrs. W. Z. Blanchett, u- Wal
Mr. and Mrs. >W. ( .ander
and daughters, Misses J . .'.ml ' 'o
dye, attended tho Sunda ?ol >.n
vniitlon at Return last : .ry. M ss
Janie, being the Y.W.A 1 ti A.
superintendent of this icial on,
organized a Y.W.A and O.A. wnilo
'Matt. Duncan, wife and children,
of Walhalla, spent Saturday and Sun
day with T. W. Byrd and family, of
. J. S. Abbott was at Seneca recently
with Mr. and Mrs. Harris Stone, his
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and
?Mrs. Stone's friends herc sympathize
with them in the loss of their father
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
P. Dean, of Avalon, Ga., aro sorry
to learn that Mr. Dean ls quite 111.
We hope to hear encouraging news
from him soon.
DYKD CHILD'S COAT /
AND HER Old) COAT.
Buy "Diamond Dyes" and follow
tho simplo directions In every pack
age. Don't wonder whether you can
dyo or tint successfully, becauso
perfect homo dyeing is guaranteed
with Diamond Dyes even If you have
never dyed before. Worn, fadod
dresses, .skirts, waists, coals, sweat
ers, stockings, draperies, hangings
everything-become Uko now agnin.
Just tell your druggist whether tho
material you wish to dye r, wool or
silk, or whether it ls linen, cotton,
or mixed goods. Diamond Dyes never
streak, spot, fade, or run. adv.
Haiders Receipt for funds Taken.
London,'May 4.-Thirteen branch
es of tho Bank of I rein nd wore tho
victims of raids hy the dissident
forces of the Irish Republican army
recently, late reports adding those
at Balllnrobo and Clarcmorrls, coun
ty Mayo, to thc list. The rams takon
I were not staled in four of the'eases,
j but according to reports boro, tho
ethers yielded nearly 100,000 pounds
J sterling. Tho raiders gave rocbipts
for tho amounts taken.
Articles to tho value of $1,000,
000 tire pawned every wook in Lon
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.?? THAI'S TO CATCH V.
?J? ?J? ?J? ?j? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? *J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J
(Mciver Williamson, In tho Oolum
"Not only the constellai oiisj bu
ti. ethe ono hund?- I billion star
point to an exceed in';; prevalence ?J
traps to catch the farmer in th
many awkward moves which he wi
necessarily make in his first con ilk
with the boll weevil. Lacking ilxe
rules to guide him against these pi
falls, he will prove an easy prey t
the wiles of the trained diploma
When Philo Cubb would become
detective he got himself a rule bool
which directed him under all cond
Hons. When he scented danger fe
hld himself behind a tree and coi
suited this hook, livery farmer neec
to get himself a similar book ?
once. When a strnngor drives up I
your house for the sole and unselfU
purpose of conferring upon you
great benefaction, you are to get b
hind a tree and consult your guk
book. It will toll you that he is fi
lng to pull your leg, and that ye
should well anoint the same wit
opossum grease before again adve
turing into lils presence. In llnv
past, when he wished to sell you i
eil well, your guido book would ha1
told you that you should liavo r
quired him to deliver tho said w<
in tho left-hand corner of your fro
yard, and then walt on you to pi
him for the oil obtained therefroi
If the kind visitor had wished to s<
yen a fish scrap factory, tho hoi
would have advised that you sim
over thc proposition for at least
"If he offers you apparatus will
will destroy tho boll weevil, be lfii
to him, for it is a wonderful thii
he has accomplished. Co with hi
ti) your demonstration agent ai
gather together the farmers wi
have got ion good results from tl
said machine. If the man's time
too valuable to do this, by no men
detain him long enough to carry i
a note for any of your money. Tl
guido book will also adviso that y
sign so papers- especially those th
ate not to be used, or which are
mere matter of form, or which II
guaranteed lo yield a dividend sn
clent to pay the entlro a. ount of t
adventure into which you are bel
enticed. All of us havo much wc
derod how it is possible for flu
polite, well-dressed friends of 01
who visit us In fine automobiles a
silken socks, to so out-prospor
when all of their timo was consuir
lr, uplifting us. Wo had finally ci
eluded that they woro ablo to
greatly outshine us ovon whon
followed all of their advioo, sim
becauso that it is moro blessed
give than to receivo. When, he
THE trend of inteyoi
modern homes is sin
mony of color effects.
Walls and ceilings shoiilc
with the furnishings. You ct
any desired color scheme wit
The Modem, Durable, Sanitary
It comes in White and 24 r
which lend themselves admirably 1
combinations. Pee Gee Flotkoat
/Vm'.i/>, because Its colors remain b
years and if soiled are easily deane
For House Exteriors use Pce C?cc Mastic P
centnge of ZINC< Inst longest, looks best at
at lowest cost.
JK.jK.f-> for Taint "DooK-st "Thc Mot
arina' and " If onie.*, and .Vote to 'Paint
"Pcastcc-Gautbcrt Co?* Incorpore
Westminster "* 1
Phone No. 36 Ph
ever, wi . ' gu ?Jo book, it
fe * the goat.'
\e\f Hose Yeti 'rake Vny S ali va to
and Start World ol lyouble.
Calomel ls mercury; quicksilver.
It crashes into sour bile Uko dyna
mite, cramping and sickening you.
Calomel attacks the bones and should
never be put Into your system.
If you feel bilious, headachy, con
stipated and all knocked out, Just go
to your druggist and got a bottle of
Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents,
which is a harmless vogetablo sub
stituto for dangerous calomel. Tako
a spoonful, and if lt doesn't start
your liver and straighten you up
better and quicker than nasty calo
mel, and without making you sick,
you just go back and get your
Don't take calomel! It makes you
sick tho next day; lt loses you a day's
work. Dodson's Liver Tone straight
ens you right up and you feel groat.
No salts necessary. Givo it to tho
childron, because it is perfectly harm
loss and cannot salivate.-adv.
Meteors Fall ia Georgia.
.Athens, Ga., April 28.-Two large
stars, iescmbllng hugo balls of fire,
darted across the sky hero last night
shortly before midnight, the stars
moving from east to wost and being
in the south. Professors of astron
omy at tho University of Georgia
here attach considerable Importance
and interest to the occurrence, say
ing that they have never soon such
before. Tho entire heavens wore
lighted up by tho stars, tho second
of which darted across tho heavens
about throe minutes after the first
and followed practically the samo
Also Soon at Augusta.
Augusta, Ga., April 28-A meteor,
sn id to have been as large as an au
tomobile headlight, and which Illu
minated the earth with an erie light,
was seen hore last night about niuo
Catarrh! Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as thoy cannot
reach tho diseased portion of tho car.
Catarrhal Deafness requires constitu
tional treatment. IIAI,l.'H CATARRH
MEDICINE) ls a constitutional remedy.
Catarrhal Deafness Is caused by an In
flamed condition of tho mucous lining of
tho liustachlnn Tubo. When this tubo ls
Inflamed you havo a rumbling sound or
Imperfect hearing, and when lt ls entire
ly closed Deafness Is tho result. Unless
tho Inflammation can bo roducod, your
hearing may bo destroyed forovor.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE acts
through tho blood on tho mucous sur
faces of tho system, thus reducing tho In
flammation and restoring normal condi
Circulars froo. All Druggists.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Tolodo, Ohio.
Dogs woro last drlvon In harness
in England CO years ago.
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r* decoration in
lplicity and har
1 blend perfectly
an easily carryout
Flat Oil Finish
ich, velvety colors
to thc most charming
t is un economical
right and beautiful for
ii with a moist stxjngc.
oint-It contains high pcr
idljivcs lasting satisfaction
icm Method of- 7J*cor~
Them." vt tarif? direct io
\Ud, Louisville, Ky*
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SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
Tho State of South Carolina,
County of Oconeo.
(In Court of Common Pleas.)
D. A. Baker, doing business under
the stylo and firm name of Baker
.v Company, Plaintiff,
.)', rv Sugat mau, doing business un
der tho a ly le and brm mum- bf .
D. Sugarman and Company.
(Summons for Relief.-(Complaint
To tho Defendant Above Named:
You are hereby summoned and re
Quired to answer tho complaint in
this action, of which a copy ls here
with served upon you, and to servo
a' copy of your answer to tho said
Complaint on tho subscriber, at hts
office on tho Public Square, at Wal
halla Court House, South Carolina,
within twenty days aftor the service
hereof, exclusive of tho day of such
service; and if you fail to answer
the complaint within tho timo afore
said, tho Plaintiff in this action will
apply to the Court for tho relief de
manded In tho Complaint.
Dated April 2 1, 10 22.
R. T. .HAYNES,
W. J. SOHRODER, C. C. P.
May 3, 1022. 18-20
MUNICIPAL TAX NOTICE.
Tho books for collection of Town
Taxes opened Monday, May lat, and
will close Mny 31st. A penalty of 7
per cent will attach on all taxos un
paid Juno 1st. So pay early and
avoid tho rush.
Ordinary Town Tax ... 8 \<? mills.
hight Bonds. 1 ?/2 mills.
Water Bonds.13% mills.
Sewer Bonds. 4 \<? mills.
Street Tax .$3.00.
T. A. GRANT, Clerk and Treas.,
Town of Walhalla, S. C.
.May 3, 1922. 18-22
Tho State of South Carolina, Coun
ty of Oconeo.- (In Court of Probate)
-Hy V. F. MARTIN, Esq., Probate
Judge.- Whereas, Mrs. J. Frances
Earle has made snit to mo lo grant
her Letters of Administration of tho
l?state of and R ff ec ts of WU on R.
Theso aro, therefore, to cito and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of Hie said Wilton
R. Karlo, Deceased, that they lie and
appear before me, in tho Court of
Probate, lo be held at Walhalla
Court Houso, South Carolina, on
Tuesday, Ibo 10th day of May, 1922,
after publication horoof, at lt o'clock
lu tho forenoon, to show causo, If
any they have, why tho. said Admin
istration should not bo granted.
(?Ivon undor my hand and seal this
2d day of May, A. D. 1922.
V. E. MARTIN,
Judgo of Probato for Oconeo Co., 3.C.
Published on tho 3d and 10th days
of May, 1922, tn Tho Kooweo Cou
rier, and on tho Court Houso door
for tho Hmo proscribed by law.
May 3, 1022. 18-19