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KEOWEE COURIER;
(Established 1810.)
Published Every Wednesday Morning
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE.
Ono Year .S1-""
Six Mon?bs .OB
Vitreo Moni Its.**()
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Ry Stock, Slielur, Hughs ?St Sholor.
Communications or a personal
character charged for as advertise
ments.
Obituary notices, cards of thanks
and tributes ot' respect, either by
individuals, lodges or churches, aro
charged for as for advertisements at
rate of one cent a word. Cash must
accompany manuscript, ami all such
notices will bo marked "Adv." in
conformity with Federal ruling on
such matters.
WALHALLA, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 511, 11)22.
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.r, HOME REMONSTRATION ?I?
.% NOTES. V
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Short (.'ourse for ( lui? Members.
Tho State Short Course for Home
Demonstration Club members of
South Carolina will he held at Win
throp College .lune !? to 1."., inclu
sive. About four hundred women
and girls from every part of the State
are expected to attend. Five women
and live girls are sent from each
'ennty. these delegates being select
ed for excellence in home demonstra
tion work and their ability as load
ers. In addition to the regular dele
gates t!ie County farm Women's
Councils will send special repr?sen
tai ives.
An interesting and instructive
program has been arranged hy fae
Dome Demonstration Agent
: . : lief assistants. Prominent dem
onstrators am! lecturers from all
paits of i lie country will be on the
program. Among the speakers are
Dr. C. 1!. Smith, O. !*. Martin and
Roronco Ward, from the U. S.
Department of Agriculture. Wash
ington, li. ?'.; Dr. Ruby (?reen Smith,
associate State 'Home Demonstration
leader. Now York Slate; Dr. Deon C.
A soeiu iori. M's Diiahucey D Mc-j
euiOi.association, ....vi Dr. D', j
Riser, of the state Hoard of I'.eallh.l
Demonstrations along many lines of
home-making will be given hy tho
specialists nn<| Iii? county home dem
onstration a gen t Si j
R< crt ii ion will he an I m poi tani ;
feature t the program. .\ train. I
director will have charge of the work
in ibo gymnasium, including drills, I
games, foll< dancing and swimming.
R. E. Moll, of the Dork Hill V.M.i'.
A.. will conduct the community sing
ing each ev. ning. in addition lo ibo
entertainment mentioned above there
will bo moving pictures, parties und
"stunts.''
A feature of especial interest to
the girls will be the course in health
education, conducted by Miss Harriet
Wedgwood, of the i'. s. Bureau of
Education. Here the girls will be
taught the 'Itules of the Health
Onino" and "Righi Living."
Indications are thal this Short
Courso will he the best ever held.
Piesidonl I). H. Johnson has gener
ously given us the uso of the Win
throp Colloge buildings and equip
ment, and is co-operating in every
.possible way to make the Short
Cou rs.. a success.
Et h ol L. Counts,
County Homo Pom. Agent.
Stale Wins the Canal Case.
Washington. May -Tho Su
premo Courl to-day denied the appli
cation of die Columbia Railway, Das
ard Electric Company to have re
viewed the derision of the State
Courts ol' Si.ut h Carolina restoring
ih" Slate possession of tho Colum
bia Waler Rower Company, its as
nlgneo, to comply with nets of tho
legislature in the operation of tho
canal.
Arrestt*<| on Murder Charge.
Aiken, May 2S.-A warrant was
Sworn ..rn !u.r(. yesterday hy Ibo
Barnwell authorities for .loo Ki tell
ings, while, a farmer of this county,
charging him with tho murder of
.lim llnncock, a negro, whose body
was found on tho Southern Railway
. ; icks near hen- on May l t. Sheriff
Howard claims to have evidence that
Kitchlngs struck Ibo negro on the
?'".ul willi a heavy revolver while the
wo w< re returning from a trip into
'...n-: well (. linty, and Hint thc body
..vas placed on tho railroad track lo
avoid suspicion of foul play,
Jeffords lakes Appeal.
Columbia, April 20.- ,\. M. .Jef
'ords, ono of I bc three men , onvlctod
of murder in connection with the
hilling of .1. c. Arliene in (hhs city
a few weeks ago, Ibis afternoon filed
notiCO of intention to appeal This
action automatically stays his execu
tion, which was sot for June 15.
AT ?OCKY KNOLL NEXT SUNDAY
Interesting Program for Children's
Day Exorcises.
Following ls tho program of Chil
dren's Day exercises, to bo held nt
Kooky Knoll church noxt Sunday,
June Uh, at 10 o'clock a. m.:
Song, "Crown Ulm Lord of All."
Hy school.
Devotional service. By iL, M. Lyda.
Song, "Jewels." By tho children.
Words of weleomo. (Lora Dollo
Lyda.
Recitation, "Live in tho Sunshine'.'
Marie Ingram.
Recitation, "Lovo Your 'Mother.";
Louise Lyda.
Recitation, "When You Smile"
Nellie Mae Reid.
Recitation, "Kindness." Christina
Kelley.
Recitation, "What to Drink." Ma
rion Blanchett.
Recitation, "What ls tho Cospol
According to You?" Grady Morton.
Song, "Gospel Waves 'Roll." By
s< hool.
Dialogue, "The Light Bearers."
By live girls.
Recitation, "Children's Day.' Thel
ma Ingram,
Recitation, "Bottle Up Your Trou
bles." Normoss Chastain,
Recital ion,"Guilty or Not Guilty?"
Gert rudo Maxey.
Recitation, "Little." By Loyd Sul
livan
Recitation. "Watching nt tho
Gate." Lora Belle Lyda.
Recitation, "Out in Life's Garden."
Marie Ingram,
Recitation, "Be the Boy Your Mo
ther Thinks You Are." Norrlce Chas
tain.
Recitation, "Solitude." Thelma
Ingram.
Recitation, "Listen to a Sermon."
Neva Chastain.
Recitation, "Tho Master is Com
ing." Mary Etta Hopkins.
Recitation, "Aro You Thinking of
Your Mother?" Mattie Morton.
Song, "If I Could Hear My Mother
Dray Again." By Messrs. Halo, Mor
ton, Haynes and others.
Dialogue, "The Carpenter's Daugh
ter." By nine girls-Neva Chastain,
Berilo Lee Powers, Louise Lyda,
Gertrude Maxey. Nellie Dower. Mae
Smith. Lora Belle Lyda and Thelma ;
Ingrain.
Play. "The Cobbler Missionary." j
Ry eight hoys-(Introduction by Ne
va Chastain)-Herbie Sullivan. Loyd
Lyda, Burl Sullivan, Hastings Mor
ton. N'orrice Chastain, Henry Cox,
Normy Chastain, Tommie Sullivan.
Scene I Carey's work shop; Scone
li \ Baptist Association.
Song, "Send the Light." By tho
school.
Recitation, "My Mother's Bible."
Loyd Lyda.
Exercise-Cradle Roll. By loader
and three little girls.
Valedictory- Louise Lyda.
WORK IS PROGRESSING NICELY.
Jot i*son< imp* Open In ilude to Par
ties foi ( JntnpRig-Camp July L
Rapid pi'ogr?ss Ls being in tide tn
the extensivo work Rial is hoing
don? ..i Joeasseo preparatory to the
opening of tho summer camps being
established nt this historie summer
resort. Supervisor shockley is just
ci mpleling a handsome and substan
tial illidge over the Whitewater river
m ar the old Whitewater Inn, which
will be open for traillo In a few days
and will ?nove gi al convenience
? ;il? w!i.. visit Jo .. seo in the fu
ture, W. M. Brown has n large force
ot carpenters and plumbers nt work
enlarging and repairing tho old
Whitewater Inn and equipping it
with a modern water, light and sew
er system. This will be the adminis
tration building and nucleus of the
camps for girls. The building known
;:?< ibo Glazener house is being en
larged io more than double its pres
ent capacity and equipped with wa
ter, baths and sewerage. This will
bo operated as tho hostess house for
tko camps, where parents and friends
wishing to visit children at the
camps, and the publie, will be enter
tained. This feature is proving very
popular, both locally and at a dis
lance. Many mothers are placing
their older children in the camps and
taking reservations for themselves
?nd the younger children at tho hos
tess house.
Tho regular camping program will
not begin until July 1th, but during
June the camps will be open to
camping parties, week-end parties or
any one who may wish to camp for a
few days or weeks. Quito a number
have already made reservation for
ibis period. The camping program
contin tes through September, the
camp for boys arni giris being fol
lowed by one for business and pro
fessional women, 'cbc hostess house
will be open to the public from July
1st until Oct. 1st. li will bo con
ducted by Mrs. L. A. Wallace, of
Pendleton. Rev. I. E. Wallace, of
Seneca, is director of the camps.
Inmate Kills Supt, of Almshouse.
Columbia, May L'O.-Rev. John V.
Davis, retired Methodist minister and
Superintendent of the Richland coun
ty almshouse, was shot to death early
Sunday morning by J. W. Crocker,
one of tho residents of the county
home. Crocker fired two shots, the
first Inflicting a flesh wound in tho
left leg. t li ti second penetrating tho
i chest, tho bullet passing through tho
heart. Death was instantaneous.
? Kev. Davis was 7 2 years of ago and
; Crocker is 62. There was one cyc
' witness, a young woman at tho home.
Crocker was immediately arrested
and placod in tho county jail.
Card of Thanks.
Editor Kcowoo Courier:
Please allow us sp.ice Pi your pa
per to express our sim oro thanks to
our neighbors and friends for kind
ness shown during tho sickness and
at tho death of our dear husband and
father, T. S. Crumpton. May Ibo
liehest blessings attend thom. Wo
?also wish to thank them for tho trib
utes of beautiful Howers,
adv. Wife and Children.
HO VAL A M BA SSA I )< Ht CONCLAVE
Of Benvordnm Association to Meet at
Walhall? First Baptist Church.
Following is tho program of tim
meeting of tho Bea verdant Beyal
Ambassador Conclavo, to bo held at
Walhalla, with Walhalla No. 1 Bap
tist church, Juno 2d, 11)22:
10.00 a. m.-Devotional. Rev. L.
W. Langston.
10.10 a. m.-Greetings. Walhalla
'Royal Ambassadors.
10.15 a. m. - Response Henry
Miller.
10.20 a. m. - "Why Enlist Our
Boys in tho Royal Ambassador Chap
ter?" h. C. Spearcs and Rev. Jones.
10.36 a. m.-"There is a Need for
Both Royal Ambassador and B.Y.P.
C." Ceorgo Nally and Doaver Me
era w.
10.56 a. m.-Special music. Mrs.
W. S. Bearden.
Roll-call bf Chapters, with their
reports. Motto repeated by all. A
prayer for a greater vision for'ser
vice in R. A. work, led by Dr. I. K. D.
Andrews. R. A. booster song.
11.20 a. m.-> Message from our
Stato Superintendent of R. A. Mrs.
Vnssio Seaborn.
"Royal Ambassadors, All." Newry
Royal Ambassadors.
Recitation. "Win Them for Jesus."
Newry Royal Ambassadors..
Solo-"Think on Thy Way." Hea
ver McCraw.
1 1.50 a. m.-Rageant of the Na
tions. First Westminster Royal Am
bassadors.
3 2.15 p. m.-Demonstration. Dy
Westminster Royal Ambassadors.
Commission and Dedication. By
all Royal Ambassadors.
Song-"King's Business."
Offering.
Prayer by Rev. J. E. Willis.
1.00 p. m.-?Lunch.
Afternoon Session.
2.00 p. m.-Devotional. Charles
Cater.
2.10 p. m.-'How to Enlist and
Hold Boys who are not Members of
R. A. Chapters. Dr. l. E. D. An
drews.
2.3 0 p. m.-'Relationship of Pas
tor and Royal Ambassadors. Rev.
George Smith.
Song-Mrs. D. T. Mu Ikey.
2.50 p. m.-What and How the R.
A. Roy Can Give. Rev. L. H. Raines.
Creek boys.
3.10 p. m.-Mission Stn >
manual Royal Ambassadors
Song by Long Creek boy;
3.40 p. m,-What the 1, A. C
tor Can Do for a Boy. Roben : .
and Edgar McK'ern.
4.00 p. m.-Good Times Noces
for Successful R. A. Work. Re
AV. Willis.
Resoluiont\
Closing prayer by Mrs. L.R.Ral.
All of tho Ben verde m chapters id
churches that havo no organist'
are urged to send a large reprosi
Mir. Wo wool all tvho ar?
lu Royal AmahssndOV work to a< ;i t j
?los conclave. Please ?end (-he . tn-1
ber that you e.tnecl to attend ?"Lim
y >ur chitrt?li,t? Mrs. Varste Senhoiiv,;|
sVaihulhi, S* (7
Mrs. J. P. Armstrong,
Beaverdam R. A. Supt.
Auto Repair
Work.
WE DO ALL KINDS OF
AUTOMOBILE R E P A I lt
WORK ON SHORT NOTICE
AND AT REASONABLE
RATES.
MR. DeWITT PELL,
Expert Mechanic and Grad
uate of Auto Repair School,
has oversight of all Work.
EVERY' PIECE OF WORK
GUARANTEED.
SEE US FOR QUICK AND
SATISFACTORY SERVICE
Edwards & Snead,
2 1* WEST UNION, S. C.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTtLEMENT
AND DISCHARGE.
Notico is hereby given that the un
dersigned will mako application to
V. F. Martin, Judge of Probato for
Oconee County, in the State of South'
Carolina, at his omeo at Walhalla
Court House, on FRIDAY, tho 30th
day of .TUNE, 1022, at ll o'clock
In tho forenoon, or as soon there
after as said application can be
beard, for leavo to mako final settle
ment of the Estate of ALLEN KING,
Deceased, and obtain Final Discharge
ns Administrator of said Estate.
W. E. HOPKINS,
Administrator of the Estate ot Allen
King, Deceased.
May 31, 1022. 22-25
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
CREDITORS.
All persons Indebted to Ibo Estate
of Wilton R. Earle, Deceased, aro
hereby notified to make payment
to tho undersigned, and all persons
having claims agni.?st said Estate
will present tho same, duly attested,
within Gin (uno proscribed by btw,
! or bo barred.
MRS. .1. FRANCES EA ?{LE,
Administratrix of the Estate of Wil
ton it. Earle, Deceased.
May 31, 10 22. 22-25
Subscribo for Tho Courier. (Best)
Smith's Market
WALHALLA, S. C.
Tile Home of
Good Tilings to ?Cat.
FRESH MEATS,
POULTRY,
FRUITS,
VEGETABLES.
Wc carry a full linc of
-SWIFT'S PRODUCTS
Special price on Lard and Com
pound by the tub.
-We Buy
Chicken and Eggs
at the highest market price.
Honest Weight and
Courteous Service.
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4? ANNOUNCEMENTS OE ?J*
4? CANDIDATES. .{?
.J? ?J? ?J? ?J? i|i ?J? .J. ?J. ?J? ?J. ?J. ?I* ?J? ?J?
Announcements under this head
ing will be published for tho uniform
sum of $5.00, which includes inser
tion continuously up to and includ
ing week of primary election, and
week of second election whero can
didates have to make a second race,
rayment invariably in advance.
Tin's rate contemplates announce
ment in regular form, not exceeding
seven lines. More extended announce
ments will bo charged extra for all
in excess of the seven lines used.
HOUSE Ol' KIOPHESENTATIVES.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the House of Representa
tlv from Oconoo County, subject
to the will of ibo Democratic voters
in Hie primary elections. I plqdgo
my best efforts if elected.
E. TI MM ERM AN.
Thc Mentis ot i, ii. .)i;t'. hereby
nUnoutic< iiitn a candidato tor the
[louse of R cpreeo n tat) ve H (rom Oco- J
noe County, ?ith?etlt to tho ru toa ot|
tito ?oirib?rntic pat'tj lu the primary I
election.
NOTICE TO
ALL OW NEUS OE DOCS.
All persons who have bought 102 1
License Tags arc hereby notified that
they should place said tags on their
dogs, as it is a mi demeanor for si'id
dogs to be without said tags, unless
the animals be on n hunt or chase.
All persons who have not paid
their license tax on dog are request
ed to come in and poy same at once.
JI you do not, I will be forced to
place s:imo before a .Magistrate, and
it will cost you more. Como In at
once and save extra cost.
Trustees of all districts aro re
quested to list those who havo dogs
and who have not paid on them, and
turn same over to mo at earliest pos
sible convenience. Tho law requires
this.
I expect to visit all districts and
seo all trustees and other porsons at
nu early dato, so do not overlook
this matter unless you wish to pay
out moro money.
W. L. SANDERS.
Special Officer in Charge.
May 24, 1922. 21-24
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
Pursuant to an order of tho Pro
bate Court for Oconeo County, S. C.,
I will offer for sale, to the highest
bidder, in front of the Court House
door, at Walhalla, S. C., on FRIDAY,
Juno Oth, 1922, at ll o'clock A. M.,
tho Personal Property of Lowis Ma
this, Deceased, consisting of Dry
Goods, Watches, Knives, Trunk, Suit
Caso, Jewelry, etc.
TERMS OF SALE-OASH.
W. O. WHITE
Administrator of tho Personal Estate
of Lewis Mathis, Deceased.
May 24, 1922._21-22
CITATION NOTICE.
Tho State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.- (In Court of
Probate.)-Dy V. F. Martin, Judge
of Probate.-Whereas, W. O. White
der has made suit to mo to grant him
L?t'ters of Administration of tho
lOstato of and Effects of Mrs. Eliza
beth Carver, Deceased -
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of tho said Mrs. Eliza
beth Carver, Deceased, that, they bo
and appear boforo mo, in tho Court
of Probate, to bo held at Walhalla
Court House, South Carolina, on
Wednesday, tho 7th day of June,
1922, after publication hereof, at ll
o'clock in tho forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the said
Administration should not bo grant
ed.
Given under my hand and seal this
20th day of May, A. D. 1 922.
(Seal.) V. P. MARTIN,
Judge of Prohn to for Oconeo County,
South Carolina.
Published on tho 24th and 31st
days of May, 1022, in Tho Kcowoo
Courier, and on tho Court Houso
door for tho Hmo prescribed by law.
May 24, 1922. 21-22
NOTABLE
Musical Companies
AT THE
REDPATH
CHAUTAUQUA
National Male Quartet
A quartet of superlative singers and entertainers. Their en
tertainments will be among the greatest features of thc Chau
tauqua program?
Nevin Concert Company
Four artist-musicians, who feature favorite instrumental and
vocal selections and character sketches given in costume?
Gretchen Cox and Company
Headed by Gretchen Cox, eminent violinist, who is always a
favorite with Chautauqua audiences. She is supported by two
accomplished artists-a baritone and a pianist.
Kublick Company
A delightfully entertaining novelty duo, featuring the human
voiced violin and other novelty instruments as well as charm
ing song favorites. 1
5- BIG DAYS ^5
$2.5Q Season Tickets for All Five Days $2.5Q
CHAUTAUQUA WEEK HERE,
June 15th to June 20th.
wer Win
yr> what you lost during the times when values were ir>
8 {lated? you must work and save, and deposit your
2 . . ...
n savings in our institution,
^ LET US HELP YOU *4
with your Financial Troubles, Our stockholders and
directors offer you their business experience.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
-DIRECTORS
JAMES PHINNEY,
L. M. BROWN, JAS. H. DARBY, E. P. HUTCHISON,
DR. J. W. WICKLIFFE, W. A. BARTON, MACK NEVILLE.
Bank of West Union,
Phone 3. West Union, S. C. Phone 3.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
$348.00 DETROIT $348.00
Touring Car
Never Before
A Value LiKe 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 arc sensible, not extravagant times,
and a Ford is the most sensible car for anyone to own.
Terms if desired.
.
Piedmont Motor Co.
Sales and Service Ford and Fordson
WALHALLA -Phone 34- WESTMINSTER.

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