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WALHALLA, S. O.
WEDNESDAY, JIL Y 20, H>2!2.
1 ni: LOCAL NEWS OF COXEHOSS.
DilwoHh-Fi'Ctwoll Murringo ill West
? ..?ros?, July 21.~ Spi >-ial : An
mont "i much interest to the people
of tills and other communities is
the marriage of Rcujamin Pretwcll
und Miss .Myrtle Dilworth. On last j
Thursday morning ul l'.I? o'clock i
ikey wi ru happily mai ried at tho
bonn of Ihe bride's mother, Mrs.
t 'or i Dilworth. of West m nst? i. Tho
young couple loft Immediately after
the ceremony for Portland, Oregon,
where I hoy will make their home.
They nro going througi. in their tour
ing car, taking their camping outllt
along and stopping over at Ihe dif
ferent points of Intorosl between
bore nut! Oregon and enjoying the
many beautiful scenes and their j
home Iii?- i:i their little camp.
Mr. Krctwoll is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. K. H. Protwell, of this commu
nity, and Mrs. Eretwell is a daugh
ter of Mrs. Cora Dilworth, of West
minster, who moved from this eom
munily it few years ago. They have
tho host wishes of many friends in
this community for a long and happy
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Alexander, of
Greenville, wero welcome guests in
tin. homo ni' Mrs. Alexander's mo
ther, Mrs. Mary Dilworth, of this
place, recently, and visited among
. ther relatives. Tiny were accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs, Sam .Massey,!
of (.! reen vi 1 lc, also, tho latter visit-1!
lng at tile home of Mrs. s. M. l-iun
Miss Nina Abbot! left yesterday
for Issaqueona, where she will take
.np lier work as teacher in tho school
Ibero. This is her third terni at ls
s u|iievi>a, and her friends lu re wish
her continued success there.
The relatives and friends of Rev.
II. T. Abbott, of Illinois, are glad to
have him among them for a few days
this week. Ho attended servies at
Coneross church Sunday morning
and assisted in tho service. Ile gave
;. v< ry interesting talk on the sub
jest of "Kaith and Prayer." and gave
some striking experiences he has
had in his work since he left this
community. He was raised ia this
vicinity, being a son of Kev. and
Mrs. W. Abbott, who now reside in
West Union. Wc wish for his con
tinued success in his work for the
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Alexander, of
Greenville, arrived here last week,
and they will spend about three
weeks with relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Cannon wero
recent guests of their son, Ralph
Cannon, of Walhalla.
Mr. Scott, (d* tireen ville, accom
panied Kev. Kaines to bis appoint
ment hore Sunday and gave an In
teresting talk, which was very much
enjoyed by all j.resent. Mr. Scott is
preparing himself for the ministry
nnd has volunteered for work in tho
for. ?:?i ti? ids. HQ Impressed us as
'".in:r a consecrated man of God and
.vi aro looking forward to his great
. access in tho work.
Mrs. W. r. Haynes entertained the
: lue Ridge school teachers .u an cie
gan! supper Saturday evening in her
beautiful home here.
W, C. Harker, of Walhalla, was i
wf>, ?. -end v dior hore of ti. L, Mar
ke'- and family.
Miss Klslo, Prot well left Saturday
for Earle's Grove, where she will be
gin teaching in the Karie's Grove
school this morning. Miss Prot wei I
ls a noble young lady and bids fair
i" muk ? a splendid teacher. This is
!".?. ?ir.? i term io leach, and we wish
he every success in her work.
1 ft. Harker and .1. V. Dilworth
's.i >?'.<: II business trip to Greonvili
Mis (lira Killey, of Walha)!.i.
. pei i hist week with relatives in this
cornhill nit y,
Mr?' Rax1er Roach spent some
: ':" . rc ont ly [ti Greenville with h?>r
I' -i r. she was accompanied
home hy little Carl, who had been
on an extended visit lhere.
A. M. Mex uider and t w o daugh
>' . <>' W'JSIminster, were spend*
Gie day guest i ri coally in the homo
ot (he former's father, W. (>. Alex
Sev rai of the young ladies from
;i; fcxi ' cting lo attend tho sum
.*""? ? ? mibly al On miville, which
will open next Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Montgonu rv.
of Walhalla, wero spend thc-day
cuests of Mr. anil Mrs. i?. \v, Alex
ander, of Coneross, rei en liv,
Mrs. s. M. llunslngor returned tr
ber homo lu re from her daughter's
Mrs. Rona Armstrong, of Richland
whet o she met her daughter, Mist
Obwloy, from Long Creek.
THE OCONEE COUNTY INSTITUTE
To Ho Held nt Seneca on Thursday
Next, Aug. 3d.
Tho Woman's Auxiliary of Oco 100
county will hold their county Insti
tuto at the Presbyterian church lu
Seneca on Thursday, Aug. 3d, begin-!
ning promptly at p.30 o'clock, livery ;
niombor of each auxiliary of tho
county is urged to attend. Wo espe- j
cia Hy uren tho ladies from those
churches whore there are no organ
ized auxiliarles. Each lady is asked
to tiring picnic lunch.
The following is the program to
Devotional-Mrs. T. Peden Ander
Greetings-Mrs. Leslie Strtbling.
Demonstration of Executive Board
Meeting of Model Auxiliary-Mrs. P.
Home Mission Loader-Mrs. T. C.
Address-Mrs. A. Bra inlett.
Dinner hour .
Afternoon session to begin prompt
ly at 2 o'clock.
Quiet Hour-Mrs. M. M. Mattlson.
Foreign Mission Leader-Mrs. J.B.
Address-Kev. J. B. Deik.
Demonstration of Local Auxiliary
Meeting-Mrs. P. C. Smith.
Literature Table' Discussion-Mrs.
S. T. McKlttrlck.
Bible Study Class.
.Mrs. W. E. Meares.
Deatli of Child at Ware Shoals.
Ware Shoals. July 24. - Special:
The death angel visited the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Medlin in Ware
Shoals on July 2 1st at 7 o'clock and
claimed the sweet spirit of little Mil
dred Eugenia, their babe., and took
? home to heaven, she was two
years, nine months and twenty days
old. She was sick three weeks and
was not thought to bo "seriously ill
until two or three days before she
passed away. She was a sweet baby.
Everybody loved her. How sad the
home without her! Sin? leaves to
mourn her departure her father and
mother, one sister and a host of rel
atives. Funeral and burial services
were conducted by Rev. Smith, of the
Baptist church at Donalds, where the
remains were laid to rest and to
await the resurrection morn.
I This lovely bud. so young and fair,
Called home by early doom.
Called to show how sweet a Mower
In Paradise could bloom.
For sin can't harm or sorrow fade
Death comes with friendly care;
This lovely bud to heaven conveyed
And. bude it blossom there.
One Who Loved Her.
Civil Service Examinations Again.
The civil service commission in
vites special attention to the fact that
in examinations recently held in sev
eral cities throughout the United
States for computer, coast and geo
detic survey; law clerk and typist,
bureau of naturalization. Department
of Labor; labora'orian (chemical,
physical, engineering.) departmental
and Held service's: assistant observer
in meteorology, Weather Bureau:
radio inspector, bureau of navigation,
Department of Commerce, applicants
were not secured in the number re
nuired, and that these examinations
will l)e held again. The law clerk
and typist and radio inspector exam
inations were held on July 10; the
others will bo held on Aug. 9.
Persons interested In these or oth
er examinations should apply to the
secretary of the C. S. Civil Service
Board at the local por,toffice for de
tailed information and application
Iiist of Unclaimed Letters.
Following ls the list of letters
remaining unclaimed in tho post
office at Walhalla for the week end
ing July 23d:
J. A. Caly. Miss Sarah Hill, J. D.
Hamilton, Miss Lola Creen, Joseph
Lee. W. M. Lee. Miss Maggio Oak
ley. Miss Ruth Morton .Miss Kath
leen Borton, Miss Ruth Sellers, Fer
ber Smith. W. H. Smith, W. C. Tur
ner. Clyde Wilson, ?Ether Wilson,
j Clias. Wilson, Miss Leila Williams,
i George Underwood, Jessie B. Young,
, Miss Jessie Dent, Mrs. M. J. Roches
ter. J. H. Knight.
! Parties calling for any of the above
: letters will please ask for advertised
mail. W. 13. Aull, P. M.
Rainfall anti Temperature.
Below ls a record of meteorological
observations taken by H. W. Brandt,
co-operative observer of tho Weather
Dure.tn of tho U. S. Department of
Agriculture, during the week ending
July 2.'ld, l!'L'2. ai 7 p. m. (The
Instrumental readings aro from gov
ernment standard Instruments ex
posed in tho maiinor recommended
by tho chiof of tho Weather Bureau)J
Character of ll ture'
Date- j ? M W
July 17 -Ptly cldy. I. . .. ' s.v 70
July 1S- Ptly cldy. ' .is 86) 07
July 1 ft-Cloudy ,. 1.48! 86 00
July 20-Ptly cldy.l .32' 85 fifi
July 2 I.Ptly cldy . ' . ur, S O' 00
July 22-Ptly cldy.' .IS' SS'. 00
.July 23 - Pt Iv cldy . .1 2 SO! 64
Total rn in fall ... 2.32
A radio system has boen estufli
Haliod whereby warmth ls radiated
Tho outfit lias been combined with a
helmet for the use of aviators mak
ing high flights, tho generator alsc
supplying current to koop tho wear Ol
Subscribo for Tho Courlor. (Best)
?I* * * * ?I? ?1< * * ?J* -I*
* A X N O U X CI0MENTS OF 4*
.I? CA XI )I OATES. .!?
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HOUSE OF. REPRESENTATIVES.
I hereby announce myself a cun
lldato for tho lions? of Represcuta-'
lives from Oconeo County, my can-1
did ney being subjoc*. to tho rules and
regulations of tho Democratic party
m tho primary elections. }
D. D. FITZGERALD. I
W L. DALTON is hereby an
nounced as a candidate for re-elec
tion lo Hie llouso of Representatives
form Oconeo County, subject to tho
rules and regulations of tho Demo
cratic party in tho primary elections.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for tho House of Representa
tives from Oconee County, subject
to the will of tho Democratic voters
in the primary elections. I pledge
my best efforts if elected.
The frleiids of J. R. ORR hereby
announce him a candidate for the
House of Representatives from Oco
nee County, subject to the rules of
tho Democratic party in the primary
Subject to the rules of the Dcmo
eiatic party, I hereby announce my
self a candidate for Congress from
Third Congressional District. I am
a graduate of Clemson College and ?
SAM II. SUERA RD.
1 announce myself a candidate for
Congress, Tin ul District, subject to
the rules and regulations of the Dem
ocratic party in primary elections. I
will appreciate the votes and support
of my friends in Oconee.
E. P. McCRAVY.
I am a candidate for re-election to
Congress from tho Third Congres
sional District, subject to the rules
cf tile Democratic party.
FRED H. DOMINICK.
CONVENIENT FRUIT GATHERER
Sheets Placed on Opposite Sides of
Tree Catch Whatever Falls and
Two of these fruit gathering sheets,
plnced against the tree on opposite
sides, catch tho fruit shaken from the
tree, convey lt to the chut* - , separate
the leaves and twigs by ans of
screens, and deposit the fruit in tho
shipping boxes plnced on I i ground.
PLAN TO REPAIR SPLIT TREE
Large Limbs Can Be Lifted Baok Into
Place by Use of Block
and Tackle. .
Ten to ono there are some trees In
your orchard that are spilt down, one
big branch on the ground, or perhaps
a crotch has split and the whole tree
has spread. If the tree ls worth the
effort, lt can be saved provided the
spilt ls clean. Of course, if the
branch ls splintered and cracked, bet
tor finish the job by sawing the branch
off and dressing the wound up as
smoothly os possible, applying a good
coat of white lead und raw linseed oil
to the wound for protection.
If the wound ts of such nature that
It can be repaired, lift the brunch back
Into position; large limbs cnn Le lift
ed back with a block and tackle.
Place bolts through the break In
such a manner as to draw the parts
together. A bolt may be plnced a foot
or so above the split to net us a brace,
and then the parts ol the wound
drawn together by n bolt or two
through the part split down. There
should be large washers at each end
of the holts so that tho parts may be
drown together very securely. If a
bolt end protrudes much of a dls
I tance lt can be clipped off if desired,
and within a few years the trees will
grow over the exposed bends und nuts.
A little time spent with the bruce and
blt and a few bolts may suv? a lot
of time it would take to set out and
grow u new tree.
Trees in Home Orchard.
The home orchard tis a rule includes
some plum, cherry, and peech trees,
these should have tho dead limbs
primed out and sprayed.
Spray to Kill Scale.
If scale is In your orchard there Is
; nothing to do but spray it und tho
sooner you get ut lt the better.
.*>< " Bi idyo of Success.
Spraying is the bridge over which
many a fruit grower hus passed io ih?>
shore of sue et as.
The Mexican government has de
cided to spend about $3,000,000 on
an irrigation project to develop sev
eral million acres of arid land in
Chihuahua, Durango and Coahuila.
Subscribo for Tho Courier. (Beat)
As the days ago by the i
coming more and more a
volume of business has b
plying wanted bargains
30-Inch All-Silk Taffeta, in col
ors Bnvn, lllnck, Navy and Med
ium lllue-$1.50 value at-Yard
CROCHET SPltEA I)S.
Largo size-78 x 82 Inches
heavy Cl'clietcd Bedspreads, as
sorted woven patterns, a good two
dollar value, at-Each
CKOCH ET QUILTS.
(Jennine Satin Wenvo Crochet
Quilts, extra quality and regular
$4.50 values-Size so x 88-July
Lonsdale Jean Middles, in Misses
and Ladies' sizes-some all whitO
and some combination collars and
culls-.Inly Sale Price
LADIES* UNION SUITS.
Ludios' Blenched Ribbed Sum
mer Weigh! Union Suit?-(rimmed
bottoms and tops, Y-shaped neck
and armholes-50c. values-Each
MEN'S CAPS, $1.00.
Men's All-Wool Tweed, Chocked
Cassi mere and Dhu* Serge Caps,
with band and gathered backs. Tho
kind sold ut most stores at $1.50.
Your choice here
Ten dozen Mon's and Hoys' good
grade Overalls, in sizes ? to Kt, to
go in these lust few days-Pair
Fifty Dozen Rough! Especially
for Ibis Salo Event.
Good heavy Hath Towels, in all
white and white willi colored bor
C.'ood quality small Huck or Rath
S8e. v u 1 a e s In Union Linen
Hucks, witli fancy woven blue and
Plain white 25c. Ruck Towels
Plain whito Huck Towels, 18x36
"Sells for Cash-Sells 'Em I
Tugaloo Slaging Association.
The Tugaloo Township Singing As
sociation will meet with Nazareth
church on Sunday, July 30th, at 2.30
p. m. All singers and lovers of music
are invited to attend,
Oser Driver, President.
COMPULSORY ATTEXI )A NOE,
NOTICE is hereby given, That tho
period of Compulsory Attendanco of
School District No. 20, of Oconeo
County, S. C.. (Walhalla. School Dis
trict), will start in said District be
ginning MONDAY, SEPTEM UER 4 th,
Dy Order of the Hoard of Trus
tees: E. h. Il ERNDON,
JAMES H. DARRY, Clerk. 1
July 2d, 1922. 30-33
MUNICIPAL TAX NOTICE.
ALL PERSONS in arrears for Mu
nicipal Taxes duo tho Town of Wal
halla will take notice that tho pen
ally will attach after July 31st. This
is the last call. Pay now and savo
T. A. GRANT,
Clerk and Treasurer.
July 12, 1922. 28-30
? People Are Sz
The Bee Hiv<
our More Day
importance of buying at out
pparent to thrifty Oconee
een very gratifying, our foi
for these occasions finds
Just About tho Wost Hosiery Val
ues You Have Ever Seen.
Seconds, toe. kind. intdackand
15c. First Quality Black? brown
Combed Yarn, with seam in tho
back-lilack, white, brown-10c.
Pure Mercerized Yarn, Lisle
Hose, in white, black, nude, gray
lind brown-Easily worth 3?C
Plain or Drop Stitch-Pair
Seconds, Fibre Silk, in all new
colin's run good-Pair
Extra Good Fibre Silks, iii all
tito season's newest colors-Pair
Ladies' High Grade All-Silk to top
Ol' Mercerized Lisle Tops-$2.50 to
$2.75 values-At our biggest bar
(?ET IN ON THESE APRON AND
One lot Checked (?ingham Bun
One lot Percale and Chambray
One lot Gingham House Dresses
and extra good quality Porch
Pretty styles in Ladles*, Misses*
Organdie Dresses-Value Sj? 1.00
One lot lino Gingham, Dotted
Swiss and Voile Dresses-Values
to $0.50-( bolto-Each
Ono lot Girls' Dresses, sizes 8 to
14-Extra finality Gingham this
season's $1.50 Dresses-Choic<
MEN'S CLOTHING VALUES.
Not In Years Have Wo Been Able
to Oller Clothing at Such
Mon's Centiine Palm Beach Suits
with trade mark label-Conserva
tivo and Young Men's Styles, ut
Men's good quality Hard Finish
Worsted Suits, hi navy and brown,
or Less", * J, E. HAI
NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLEMENT
iNotice is hereby given that the un
dereigned will make application to
V. F. Martin, Judge of Probate for
Oconee County, in tho Stato of South
Carolina, at his ?fllce at Walhalla
Court House, on FRIDAY, the
4th day of AUGUST, 1922, at ll
o'clock In tho foronoon, or as soou
thereafter ns said application can be
hoard, for loavo to make llnal settle
ment of tho Estato of Mrs. A.J.Smith,
Docoased, and obtain Final Discharge
as Administrator of said Estate.
Dr. JOS. H. BURGESS,
Administrator of tho Estato of Mrs.
A. J. Smith, Dccoaaod.
July 12, 1922. 28-31
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All persons Indebted to tho Estato
of Morgan H. Mclunkin, Deceased,
arc hereby notified to mako payment
to tho undersigned, and all persons
having claims against said Estate
will present tho sumo, duly attestod,
within tho limo prescribed by law,
or bo barred
W. IL Mc.IUNKTN and
Administrators of tho Estato of
Morgan H, McJunkln, Docoased.
July 5, 1922. 27-30
- July Sale prices is be
pcoplc, and while our
rehand methods of sup
us, even now, with a
Men's French Serge and All
Wool Fancy Worsteds, In stripes
nnd checks, at-Suit
Men's nnd Young Men's Highest
Grado Franco Snits-Choice
Men's Palin Ile?ch Panto, trade
mark label, Grays and Sand, $1.50
BIG S Al iE YALIES FROM SEN
ECA'S BIGGEST SHOE STOCK.
AU Men's, Women's and Chil
dren's Kuminer Shoes at prices less
than you would expect.
One bill Men's Oxfords, blacks
and Tans-values $3.50 to $0.00,
now marked at, pair $:t.D5 and on
Men's Florshelm-Hie greatest
Shoo on earth, so people think who
have tried them-Were $0.00 and
$10.00-Now $7.88 and
Men's All-Leather Plow Shoes,
Scout Styles, Chrome Soles and
white oak soles, Grain Leather In
Elegant. $S.Q0 values in Ladies'
White Oxfords, Strap Pumps, etc.
Here's your money's worth and
Old Ladies Plain Toe Elastic
Side Comforts, or suitable for gen?
oral house wear-Black Cabaretta
One table bf Ladles' Pumps, Ox
fords, etc. Most all sixes and all
styles-values up to $1.50, at
- Big Values in Both Dress
and Work Shirts.
Good Blue Ch? m b r a y Work
Men's Extra Good Blue Cham
bray Work Shirts, cut full, from
Fast-color Chambray, and worth
to-day 85c, at-Each
Soft Finish Percale Neckband
Dress Shirts, in neat stripes and
Ono lot Percales, Madras and
Pongee color, with or without col
Wovon Madras Shirts, without
collars-most all sizes and good
patterns, These were $1.50, Now jj
*PER, Prop., Seneca, S. C
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
State of South Carolina,
County of Oconoe.
To the Qualified Electors a td Resi
dent Freeholders of Legal \ oting
Ago In Oconeo Station School Dis
trict, No. 65:
Please tako notice that an Elec
tion will bo hold at the school house
in Oconoe Station School District,
between tho hours of' 7 A.. M. and 4
P. M., on SATURDAY, July 20th,
1922, for tho purpose of voting on
the question of lovying a Special Tax
of Four Mills on all taxablo property
in tho district, to bo used for school
purposes. L. C. SPEARES,
Supt. of Education, Oconeo Co.
July 19, 1922. 29-30
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All persons Indohtod to tho Es
tillo of Mrs. A. J. Smith, Decoasod,
aro hereby notified to make pay
ment lo tho undersigned, and all
persons having claims against said
estate will present tho sarto, duly at
tosted, within tho time proscrlhod by
'aw, or bo barred.
Dr. JOS. IL BURGESS,
Administrator of the Estate of Mrs.
A. J. Smith, Decoasod.
July 12, 1922. 28-31