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DRUGS,
MEDICINES.
The People*
HAROLD BRENNECKE.
You Are A Strang*
All Prescriptions accurately I
Our Driri
and San
Try
All the Pop
STATIONERY",
TOILET ARTICLES.
ONE CENT A WORD
(Small adv rtisements under i
tilla heading Inserted at rato of j
one cent a word per insertion.
Four insertions for price of
threo.)
(NOTICIO.-No advertisement ac
cepted for this column for Ides than
15 cents, ono Insertion.)
FOR SAM:-Good Milk Cow; now
frosh. Apply le M KS. CLARA Du
BOSE, Walhalla, S. C., Ut. I. 19*
|*J<?XTV OF PORTO lilt A Potato
Slips Friday of each werk at s. I).
ADDIS'S, Wes! Union, S. C...16j-19*
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved j
Farm Lands, li. 15. BROCE, Pick
ens, s. c. 26-tf
SEE PELL A SIMS, West Union,
S. C., beforo you havo your Auto and
Repair Work do.no. They ?lu tho
.work, and priers are right. ~ 1 1 I
FOR RENT-7-Rooni House, Barn
ami Carngo. Electric lights. Maul-'
din st., Walhalla. Apply lo .). L.
MOSER, Walhalla, Rt. 1. K.-tf j
10,000 PORTO RICO POTA I'd'
I'LA NTS on my beds each week for
sale. Thirty bushels Peas for salo.'
S. A. TOW, Walhalla, S.C., Rt.2. '?'1*
FOR THE SUMMER 1 would like
to havo your Surveying Work to do.
All work accurately dene. HARRY
EARLE, Walhalla, S. C. _ 10-19
FOR SALE-Porto Rico and Nor
ton Yam Potato Plants, $1.26 por
1000; Vinos $2.00 per 1000. R. L.
f?CIIENCK, Waldo. Fla. 1(1-2 1*
FOR SALE-Early variety Cotton
Seed thal ?eis ahead of the boll wee
vil. See W. L. VEUNEll, Walhalla,
ac. 5^tf _
NOTICE.-The Eeo woo Courier is
in position to handle subscriptions
to all tho leading periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business.
FOR SALE - One-acre Lot with
Three-room Cottage, known as the
Jim Smith place. For particulars ap
ply RANK OF WEST UNION, West
Union. S. C. 10-19*
A MARDLE HEAD and Glass Eyes
can tell the difference between an old
roast and fresh roasted Coffee. Ask
your dealer for BU DLL'S FRESH
ROASTED COFFEES. lii-lU*
POLAND CHINA ROAR.-Thor
oughbred.-Service offered lo public.
For fee, particulars, etc., seo or write
W. W. FOWLER, Walhalla, S. C..
Route 3. _-:{*
FOR SALE-llouso and Lot tn
town of Walhalla, on northeast cor
ner of College and Ervin streets. Has
six rooms; lot contains ono acre. For
particulars seo W. C. HUGHS. I 1-if
WANTED-To buy all 1 can get
of Good. Fal Cattle, ready for Reef;
also, Fresh Milk Cows: also Poor
Cati lo for feeding up. Full market
pi-ire on all grades. F. L. ALEXAN
DER, Souci a, S. C. I S-2 1 *
MATTRESSES.-A 50-pound All
Colton Mattress, freight paid to your
station, for .>.'..'.">, or an All-Felt 50
pound Mattress for $10.00. Satis
faction guaranteed. WHITE SWAN
MATTRESS CO., Pox :>0t>, Anderson,
R. C. 17-22
POTATO PLANTS - Pure Porto
Rico Yams; millions ready; chemi
cally treated; government inspected;
$1.40 per 1000; 1000 up, $1,25 per
thousand. Prompt shipment. F. F,
STOKES PLANT CO., Fitzgerald, Ga.
16-19*
WANTED-Ono or two live, reli
ai.lr men In evo'v town in the coun
ties of Oconoe, .Mckees and Ander
son, to represent The North Ameri
can Accident and Health Insurance
Co. Liberal lentis. Experienced ?non
preferred. Apply lo W. ll. HUGHS,
Richland, S. C. 13-lf
FOR SA LE - Used Cars at Bar
gain-;.-Ono 1910 Roadster. $90.00;
ono i ! :i Roadster, $ I 35.00 ; ono
1917 'Pouring, $100.00; ono HHS
Touring, $110.00; one I ;i 1 ;i Tour
ing. $150.00; one 1920 Touring,
self-starter, $190.00; one Sedan, self
.starter. $390.00. PIEDMONT MO
TOR CO., walhalla. S. C. 7-tf
.MIA WANTED-To sell our goods]
Iii country and elly. Wh> work for
others .vhon yon cati have II business
of year own with a steady income
Wo sell (gOO(ls on time and wail for
our money. Team or auto needed
for country work ; no out lit needed
In city. Experience unnecessary. Wo
train in salesmanship, MeCO?NON
St. COMPANY, Winona. Minn. Men
tion this pa per. I <j *
"MEN AND WOMEN WANTERto
ha..die city trade and retail the orig
inal and genuine Watkins Products,
'Remedies, Extracts, Spicot. Toilet
Requisites, Household Specialties,
Automobile Accessories, etc. Over
150 guaranteed products. Our values
aro Unequalled and Watkins Quality
is in a class by Itself. Write to-day
for free sample and full details of
our offer and what it means to von.
THE J. R. WATKINS CO., Dept. 76,
New York, N. Y. 18-2 2*
DKUGGISIS^
/ SU Xl HUES.
s Pharmacy,
TEAY HUTCHISON.
ir Herc Only Once.
:illed by a registered druggist.
ks from a Clean
itary Fountain,
ular Cigars.
LOCI
BLOCK'S
CANDY.
I .IE HS EY COWS_Two lino young
j Cows for salo; both frosh. Extra
gool butter cows. SAM J. ISDELL,
! Walhalla, S. C., Houto 1. 10-20*
I Oil ?ALE - Tinco good Milk
Cows, ouch with young calf. Fiv?
head to select from. Extra good;
prices right. L. A. LAY, Walhalla, S.
C., Route 2. 10-20*
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
There will bo a Regular Meeting
of Walhalla Lodge, No. 07. Knights
of Pythias, at the Masonic Temple
to-morrow (Thursday) night ai 8
o'clock. Every member urged to bo
present.
ARTHUR BROWN'.
Chancellor Com man der.
T. 13. SHELOR, K. of R. and S.
ST. EBA NC IS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mnuldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY ol' EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . . P.."0 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.Op a. ni.
Reverend Thomas .1. Mnckin,
Rec i or.
P. O. Box 82, Anderson, S. C.
A Mother and Daughter in
Michigan, in separate families,
want
Two Good White Girls
for General Housework.
No washing. Two children
in one family, none in the other.
A good home in town; six dol
lars a week and expenses paid
to Michigan,
Write, with references and
full particulars, to
j. c.
BRANDON, FLORIDA.
?J? ?J. .J. ?J? ?J? ?J. ?J. ?J? ?J? ?J? .?*.?* *I* *i* *I* *f* *I* *I* *I*
.J. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. i
?j? ?j? ?j? ?j? ?|? ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j? .j? ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j, ?j?,
-Lots of bargain prices. Nor
man's Drug Store, Walhalla.-adv.
-?Derrin Darby attended tho Ju
nior-senior reception at Anderson
College last Saturday night.
-The children will enjoy "Choo
Choo" and "Loo-Loo," the clowns.
Auditorium, Friday evening. May 12,
at S o'clock. Admission 2f> and 10
cents.
--Wanted - r>on bushels of shelled
corn. West Union Oi' Mill.- . ..?-20
- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. .Jaynes mo
tored to Asheville, .V C., last Sun
day, Mr. .layaos returning on Sunday j
night. Mrs. Jayne? wilt spend several
weeks. 1
-"Sure-Cure." a comedy full of
fun and romance. Walhalla High
School Auditorium Friday ovening,
May 12th at s o'clock. A 'mission,
2.'. and 1 cents.
-Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Barnett,
Of the Oak Grove community, an
nounce t te arrival of a little daugh
ter. Josephine Allison, on April 2 I th,
1022.
-All new toilet articles arriving
weekly at Norman's Drug Store, Wal
halla.-adv.
-Wo are re(|uosted to announco
that the Aid Society of the Walhalla
Methodist church will meet Thurs
day (to-morrow) afternoon at four
o'clock al tho homo of Mrs. Mary X.
Ansel. A full attendance of the mem
bers is desired.
- -In the annual celebration of the
Columbian Ll lora ry Society of Clem
son Collego Inst Thursday night Da
vid \Y. Stribling, of Richland, of the
freshman class, won tho medal in Ibo
declamation contest, having bested
!?is junior competitor. Young Strib
ling is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul
Stribling. ol' Richland.
We have ron tod tho Issnquona
Filling station, Main St.. Walhalla,
and will be glad to welcome all our
friends in both town and county, as
patrons. Firsl-chtSS service nt all
limes. Free water and air to all.
Nour patronage will be greatly ap
preciated. C. J. & L. IL Richie, Wal
halla, s. C.-ndv.-10-22.
-Mrs, Marcus King. Mrs. W. J,
liant and son Frank, and Miss Emma
stribling. of Walhalla, were among
tluise who attended the commence
ment exercises of tho Long Creek
Baptist Academy, which closed its
session recently. These ladies wero
charmed and delighted with thc ex
exerciss of tho school, but above all
with tho splendid school building and
tho magnificent work that is being
done nt the Baptist Academy in tho
very heart of Oconeo's "everlasting
hills."
-200 bushels white corn, 2,000
bundles fodder, 2 tons cane and pea
hay, 2 tons shucks, 1 fresh cow,
chickens and eggs for salo. For salo
for cash or approved security by J.
1?. Stribling, Richland, S. C.-adv.
i -Costa's special ice cream. Nor
' man's Drug Storo, Walhalla!-adv.
j -Mrs. D. Q. McAlister and (Vuugh
I ter, Miss Katherine, of Columbia, aro
! visiting this week in Walhalla nt tho
homo of Mrs. Me\lister's mother,
Mrs. K. A. Hell.
-Tim Hnptist Aid Society will
again sell cakes on next Saturday
' morning at Mrs. Darby's store. An
gel, pineapple and a variety ofVakes
will he for sale.
-Mrs. C. A. Norman loft yester
day afternoon for Groonvtlle; having
been called there on account of thu
illness of her daughter, Mi's. H. Y.
j Vance, and little daughter. We hopo
for gooil reports from tho sick ones
soon.
- Married, <|i Sunday, -April 30th,
at the home of the bride's parents,
Miss Lucy Hutchins and Jesse Swee
z?y. The bruie ls a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Hutchins, of Walkalla
Route 2. The groom ls a son of tho
lalo Mart Swoozey. The young couple
have tho congratulations and best
wishes of a host of friends. The
ceremony was performed by Notary
Public Kenneth W. Deaton.
-'We are requested to announco
that Rev. H. A. O'Kelley, of Ander
son, will begin a series of meetings
at the South sido Raptlst church,
near the Hetric.k Hosiery Mills, on
next Sunday. Thc meetings will con
tinue for ten days or moro. W. W.
Hale will have charge of the music.
A cordial invitation ls oxtended to
everybody to attend theso meetings.
-tm Tuesday night of last week,
at t'u> Walhalla High School Audito
rium, tim Anderson College Cloe Club
gave a most delightful and entertain
ing concert. The club was composed
of 22 young ladies, who wero accom
panied' by Misses Stephens and Hur
leigh, instructors in the music de
partment of tho college. Tile entire
program was pleasing, and especially
several vocal solos by Miss Norma
Basa.
- New lot ladles' hats, ribbons,
(lowers, silks, voiles, organdies and
ginghams, canton, crepo and other
dress goods, dry goods, notions. Nor
man's Dry Goods Store,Walhalla.-ad
- Mrs. Henry Hughs was hostess
on Tuesday afternoon of last week lo
tho rook club and several invited
guests. In the living room, whi'jh
was attractively decorated with bas
kets and vases of pink and white
roses, live tables of players enjoyed
a number of interesting games, lop
score was made by Mrs. Jesse Nev
ille, who received a half dozen pink
roses. Al the ?dose of tho games Hie
hostess, assisted by Mrs. S. N. Pitch
ford and Mrs. C. W. Reid, served a
delicious salad course.
-Kural Carrier R. W. Grubbs, of
Walhalla Route '!, brought to The
Courier olino Monday a sample of
the best wheat we have seen this
year. Joe Watson, colored, of Route
3, bas an ?-.ere of this wheat, which.
Mr. Grubbs says, appears to measure
up as a whole to the sample sont.
The wheat stands about four feet in
height with heads averaging' about
four inches in length, with oy?**ry ap
parent prospect of filling out woll.
.If the wheat matures properly we
would judge that Watson will make
about thirty bushels on his acre.
-J. C. Simpson, of Iva, Anderson
county, has many old friends and
neighbors in Oconee who will be glad
to learn that he is recovering from
the injury which he received sonic
lime ago. Mr. Simpson fell from a
wagon, and in the fall broke his col
lar bone, and at first lt was feared
that he was hurt Internally. How
ever, it did not prove to be serious,
and wc are glad to report that he is
up and around again. His hosts of
Oconee friends will join with us in.
the hopo that he may soon he enjoy
ing his usual robust health.
-lt will he of Interest lo many to
note that Mrs. 11. A. Whitten was re
cently chosen as a delegate to the
South Carolina Democratic Conven
tion from Lexington comity. Mrs.
Whitten is well known to m.my peo
ple of Walhalla and Oconee county,
she being a native of this section.
Before marriage she was .Miss Bessie
Richie, a daughter ol' Mis. Wm.
Kiehle, of Walhalla. Another lady
delegate from Lexington to tho State
Convention was Miss Ca roi i a o Gi/ig
nard, also of Lexington. Kev. and
Mrs. Whitten aro now residents of
Ibo eily of Lexington.
-"Surc-Curo" will be presented
at the Walhalla High School audito
rium Friday evening, May 12th, at
S )'clock, by the Teachers' Training
Class of tho Walhalla High School,
under the auspices of tho Civic
League. Admission 2."> and 10 cents.
The proceeds will go towards a cur
tain for the auditorium. "Choo
Choo" and "Loo-Loo," the fun
clowns, and the "Ilealth-Fairy" .will
entertain between acts. Come out
and enjoy an evening of fun and
laughter.
- -The following dispatch was sent
out from Washington. I >. C., undei
date of May .".th: "Throe nominations
for postmasters for Son Ht Carolina
were sent to the Se?ale this after
noon by the President. Daniel u,
Woodward was named for McCor
mick. Piere?; M. Huff foi Piedmont:
and William H. Aull for Walhalla.'
h, confirmation of this dispatch 'Rov
.Mr. Anil has rocoived a telegram
from Congressman Dominick, which
slated the same facts, ll is supposed
thal the appoint uncut will ho made
in the near future. For some reason
tho nial ter has boen held in aboyancc
for ti number of months.
-The State Department of Edu
cation last Saturday paid out $200,
OOO to ITS Stale-aided high schoob
in tho 46 cou lilies of the State. Ol
?Ibis Stim Oconee is to receive $7.1 00
I Pickens $8,335, Anderson $15,545
Greenville $13,014. Concerning tin
!law in reference to State aid, the fol
[lowing statement was made: "Th<
jlnw provides for the* lowest salar}
I among Ibo high school teachini
I corps up to $100 a month for th?
'.first year's sorvlco, $105 a month foi
ia second year's sorvic.e, or $110 poi
month for tho third year's sorvico
provided tlie samo teacher is om
ployed for two or threo consecutivf
years. Schools omploying a third
high school te&?her may ho allowed
:j2r>o additional, and schools employ
ing four high school teachers may ho
allowed $5 00 additional."
-Tho many friends of Paul T.
Hunt will ho glad to learn that lie ls
improving since ho wont, a few weeks
ago, to Charleston, where he is n?"W
undergoing treatment at tito Naval
Hospital. A minor operation for tho
removal of his tonsils and for an af
fection of tho throat w?s recently
performed, since which time his con
dition has shown steady improve
ment. He ls a son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
J. Hunt, of Walhalla.
-Married, at the residence of P.
L. Creen, In Salem, on May 7th, at
10 a. m., Miss Evie Duncan and
Drack D. Dusk, both of Salem. Tho
groom is the youngest son of Mr. and
IM rs. W. II. Lusk and ls a prosperous
young farmer. The brido is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Duncan.
She ls a most charming young lady
and numbers her friends by her ac
quaintances. The best of all good
wishes attend tho young couple. Tho
ceremony was performed by Notary
Public p. Lt_Green.
-Fifty-eight ladies mot at the
Walhalla Presbyterian church May
4th (last Thursday) to hold their
annual meeting in honor of Miss
Frances Sytribling, their missionary
to China. Tho church was made
most attractive by a profusion of
lovely Howers, and in 'the parlors
were arranged seven booths, repre
senting tho seven countries where
tho Southern Presbyterian church
has mission stations. In the audito
rium was rendered a most delightful
musical program, ami some Interest
ing extracts from Miss Stabling's
letters were read. Then the lidies
were asked to "play like" they wer J
going on a long journey to their mis.
sion stations. They were giveu pass
ports and personally conductod to
China, .hipan. Chosen. Africa, Rfa7.il,
Cuba and Mexico. As they went from
station to station, they changed tra
veling companions. At tho first slop
they were given dainty little bags to
make for Christmas presents for the
Chin?se girls, and their lingers Hew
at the task. As they were settled in
tho next station seven young doctars
passed capsules, each containing a
name of a member of Auxiliary to
whom the om? drawing her was to
show a kindness. On the third st os
delicious block cream and pound
cako were served, and the beauty of
the plates was enhanced by lovely
souvenirs of potted dwarf Chinese
trees. The afternoon was a most en
joyable one.
- Mrs. C. W. Bauknight was hos
tess to the Paul Mayne Circle on May
."?th. Eighteen members responded to
roll-call with names of early settlers
of Soul li Carolina. The map talk of
Scuth Carolina, by Miss Strong, was
a hiv given. She seemed to be (tuite
at home with tho geography of our
State. The reading on the "Early
Seulement of Lower South Caro
lina," by .Mrs. Craig, was very inter
esting. Mrs. Bell read a paper on
"Tho Early Settlement of Upper
South Carolina," which was prepared
in her own splendid way. Mrs. Ansel
gave a report from the organization
ol the County Federation of Women's
Clubs, which contained helpful In
formation ns to what tho new organ
ization ls planning to do. lt was with
much regret that tho Hayno Circle
accepted the resignation of Mrs. L.
M. Brown as a member of the Circle.
During the social h/ur tho hostess
serv?d a delicious salad course, with
ice tea. Mrs. C. F. Hetrick will en
tertain the Circle on May 10th at ?
o'clock.
-Tho Walhalla Chapter, D. A. R.,
was delightfully entertained on last
Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Francis
Hughs. The reception room was dec
orated with tho beautiful mountain
ivy. Mrs. C. NV. Rauknight presided
In the absence of the regent. The
following program was enjoyed: Pa
per, "Women of Affair- in Colonial
Days," by Mrs. Hell (read by Mrs. S.
L. Vernor); reading, D. A. U. notes.
Miss 'Prances Karie. The treasurer
reported the sum of $1S.(>0 realized
from the recent picture benefit,which
now gives the chapter a total of $S."i
to be presented to the D. A. I?, school
at Tamassee as a Walhalla Chapter
gift to tho building. After electing
Mrs. W. J. Schroder the new regent
for the next year, an enjoyable social
hour was spent. Delicious block
cream, in pink and white, with angel
cake, was served by the hostess, as
sisted by Mesdames C. W. Bauknight
and Ralph Carter. Dainty little Ann
Carter gave to each guest a lovely
spray of mountain ivy. Tho chapter
cordially welcomed two new mem
bers. Mesdames N. L. Fant and W.
R.Craig. Tho last meeting of the
year, at which time Flag Day will be
celebrated, will be held in .June with
Mrs. I layne Jones.
South Carolinian Kills Himself.
( Alberton, Cn., star. S th, )
Mr. Ma? hine, who lived just across
the river and not far from W. R.
Cleveland's, where he and his fam
ily used ?o visit occasionally, commit
ted suicide last Thursday at his home
on tho Carolina side, by shooting
himself in Ibo head. It is thought
that brooding over tho drowning of
his two children in the tragedy at
Harper's ferry two years ago, and
the roce nt death of his wife, together
with financial troubles, was tho
cause of his deed. Ho was one of the
largest planters in his Stnte. Ho was
born and reared in Franco, and lie
owned extensive property in Paris.
Ile and his wife visited Paris a few
years ago, and he sold out over there
Mid brought his wealth back with
him to this country. His beautiful
country homo was burned down a
few years ago.
European factories each week pro
duco about 16,000,000 pounds of ar
tificial buttor with cocoanut oil as
tho base.
Hot We
Hot weather is here, so ;
and other seasonable create
Our stocks of Screen W
arc complete. ?
Wc have just received a
plies: Bath Tubs, Lava
Kttcnen Sinks.
Wc arc expecting a carle
tings within thc-next few c
tion to supply you with any
Come and see our supp
our prices to bc in linc witl
the high grade goods.
Whitmire-Mai
HARDWARE H
WESTMINSTER
(Phono Xo. 30.)
SOUTH C
TEN STEPS
PLA XT PEW IS H ACRES
PREPARES LAM) WELL
PERTILI/.K Ll UER A TiL V
OUI ZT I VATE ER KQU E NTL Y
LEARN TO I OLSON"!
F J G
A FARMER CANNOT CHOW C
CONDITIONS UNLESS DIO IS WIL
Till-: THINGS THAT ARK NEC
LY CONTROL THE ROLL WEEVIL
THEY SHOULD WE DONE.
COTTON GROWING HY THE
THING OP TI 110 PAST. THOSE W
STAY HY THE JOR WILL RE THE
OF TH H FUTURE. 1
ARE YOU A FIGHTER OR
Bank of Walhalla,
Walhalla, S. C.
The Bank of
_West Un
TO ORGANIZE U. D. C. AT SENECA
Largo Audience DeUghtcd by High
School Glco Club-Personnls.
Senoca, May 9. - Special: The
ladies of tho Methodist church are
busily engaged this week in making
preparations for "Market Day" next
Saturday. Tho market will bo open
ed at 9 a. m. In tho store room for
merly occupied hy Darron-Buricy. An
assortment of home-made pies, cakes
and candy will be on sale, and tho
housekeepers aro requested to do
their marketing early, so as to be
ready for their Sunday dinners. A
beautiful assortment of aprons for
tlie housekeepers and also those for
children will bo on hand. Come ont
and got your share of the good tilings
these ladies have to offen you at rea
sonable prices.
Tho D. A. R. chapter will meet
with Mrs. W. S. Hunter Tuesday, the
16th, at I p. m. A full attendance of
members is desired, as this ls the
date for tho annual election of offi
cers.
Miss Addie?JFntham, of walhalla,
chairman foi* Oconeo county, In t??o
Stnle-wido campaign for the Near
East Relief, was in Seneca Monday
in tho interest of this crying need for
starving Armenians. Miss Tatham's
heart is in til o work and she is giving
freely of both her time and means
toward thc cause and that of pre
senting tho need to the public. Miss
Mary Hines and .Mrs. It. H. Hen fro
will assist Miss TathamTn this move
ment by soliciting donations in Sen
eca. What is done should be done
quickly, for every day means a heavy
death toll from starvation of human
beings. All contributions will bo re
ceived by Miss Hines and Mrs. Roil?
fro and also by Farm and Factory,
and tliey will be acknowledged by
publication in the above paper.
A charming affair was added lo
tho social calendar of the week last
Friday afternoon when Mesdames .1.
L. and 1!. ll. Lowery entertained in
formally at the home of the latter
as an attention to Miss Mamie Bur
gess, who ls leaving Soncca to .make
her homo in Oreenvilto. Thc spa
cious living and dining rooms, which
were en suite, were fragrant from
the immense bowls of sweotpoas and
peonies, which wero usod in profu
sion. After tho guests- assembled,
work bags were opened and all hands
were busily engaged in hemming cup
towels, while animated conversation
never lagged, not for one moment.
'Mrs. S. K. Dendy gavo a plano selec
tion and Mrs. R. A. Lowery a vocal
numbor, whilo Miss Sallie Burgess
gavo ono of hor original roadings.
which was so pleasing to tho guests
that sho added another reading I"
the program. Miss Glgnillint assisted
tho hostesses in sorving strawberry
cream and cako. Mrs. Lowery in a
few fitting words presontod tho guest
of honoj with tho cup towels ns a
silent token of tho love of those
frionds who had hemmod thom.
ather Is
X Last.
arc thc Flies and Mosquitos
ires,
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Attention of tho women of Seneca
and community ls called to a meet
ing which is to be held Friday after
noon In the Chamber of Commerce
Hall for tho purpose of organizing a
U. D. C. chapter in Seneca. All those
who desiro to become charter mem
bers of tho chapter are asked to get
application blanks from Mrs. C. M.
I Bowen and have them properly filled
out as promptly as possiblo and at
tend the meeting Friday afternoon.
Tho district organizer, Mrs. Martin
Ansel, cannot possibly attend, but
hopes to come ovor soon to assist in
completing tho organization. This is
|'a patriotic .movement wh(ch should
meet with tho hearty approval and
co-operation of tho general public.
The members of the High School
Glee Club brought honors upon them
selves Friday night for the splendid
program, which was varied and most
pleasing throughout. Their voices
wore entirely untrained until Mrs.
.lillian Dendy organized the Glee
Club last fall, and it was remarkable
to hear them sing so well. The enter
t tainment was most acceptable to an
, appreciative audience. Mrs. Dendy is
j a musician of rare talont, and to her
i is given tho credit or developing tho ,
Glee Club to this excellent standard.
Miss Mary Hines was accompanist.
Tho butterfly dance and song by 20
first grade children was a pleasing
feature of the program. 'Like buttor
. liles In lightness and ?race, tho bttt
' lerfly dan? era kept timo to the music
as they flitted hither and thither over
tho rostrum. This number was given
bj Miss Holland's pupils, with Mrs.
Hugh Macaulay as pianist.
Hint in Atlanta Hallway Yard.
! Atlanta, May 7.- Dan Wallon, 18
years old, is dead, three men, two
' white and one negro, aro believed to
be wounded fatally, and two others
I injured seriously, ns tho result of a.
riot in -the yard office of the A- IL &
A. railway here to-day. The shooting
resulted from a rock butilo between
several negro employees of the rail
road and a number of white men, so
officials staled. Charlie Hunt, a ne
gro porter in the yard olllce, was ap
proached by the white men and re
proached for working for tho road
during tho ulrike, police assorted,
and when he answered impudently
tho rock battle resulted. Tho bnttlo
ended when a largo number of police
men arrived on tho scone.
Mothers1 Day nt Double. Springs,
Wo aro requested to announce thnt
Mothers' Day will bo obsorved at the
Double Springs (Oconoe) church on
noxt Sunday, May 14th. A good pro
gram for the mothers will be given.
All good singers are expected and
most cordially invited. Lot ovorybody
attend and bring well-flllcd bnskets.

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