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K?OWEE COURIER
(Established 1840.)
Published Every Wednesday Morain?
SI !HHOHUK??ON l'IMOEi
Ono k'cnr.pl.00
Six Months.or?
'.Un.-. Mouths. ... .510
Adcrlivsing Italos Kcnsonnblc.
''?iiirTiTiiiMiiililfi.mri"
Ky Stock, Shelor, Hughs Ai Shelor.
Communications of a personal
cha meter charged for as advertise
ments. Obituary natices, cards of
thaStks und trliniles of respect, either
by individuals, lodges or churches or
societies, charged for as for adver
tisements. Cash must accompany tho
manuscript, and all such notices will
1)0 marked "Adv." in conformity with
postal requirements.
WALHALLA, S. C.:
WKILNKSOAY, SF.TT. (1,
IM ?KS- ir I'?NLIOIITI?X?
Comm* . ting upon I he report of
tho recoin State campaign mooting
ns made by Tho Courier, tho Oreen
villi Daily Xews, under Ibo betiding,
"Lol Records Decido," lias Ihcsovory
pertinent remarks lo mnko:
"Did tl:-. Slate camp e iligTlton
tn peoplo nu [ho affairs ol govorn
monl in ibo way it should there
would bo un argument for retaining
tho state campaign. Hilt it il ?es noL
After siv weeks'ol' sauntering from
county sent to county seat willi nu
extravagant waste of time for tho
candidates and a monumental ex
pense, tho campaign came ,to a close
in Spa rta ii burg. If this mobile show
had succeeded in giving South Caro
linians accurate knowledge of op
propri.it iets and expondituros, . of
sehoolii and colleges and tho like, tho
time mid cost might have been worth
while. Ital lt has lind f|itlto the op
posite effect. lt confused most minds
ni.i ibo dolails ?d' Si ate govern
ment, fomented factionalism and Im
Pi rt od false conceptions, Out of the
mass ' ol conflicting testimony pre
sented him by truthful and menda
cious politicians the voter is bewil
dered tn sepnrat'ng the wheal and
th" ellan'. The campaign has? h?en of
un value to him except in p- rtnltthis
bim ti? look upon tho faces of (lioso
who wi lld v him, ami I o would
have derived equal sat i : ; ion a t
gazing upon a photograph supple
mented l>> an artist's bru di
" ri e Hi ito campaign is of no prac
tical honolit, for it does not exposo
tho merits of candidates. Tho real
merit of a candidate is to bo found
in his record, and that is the answer
to Tho Courier's question as to what
.i poor citizen is to do' after he has
boon puzzled by tho campaign how
itzers. lt is lon times more certain
that a candidato will conduct him
self as he lias hoon doing all tho
?while should he ho elected than that
ho will conform lo picturesque prom
ises ho in rf tos aol at all in accord
With his history. There ought to be
n Dun or Itradstreet agency to give
reliable and unbiased information
r.hoill (he records of our prospective
oiricers, Itu! tho conscientious citi
zen's pretty skilful at sizing up men
and If ho will lake time to inquire
into the records ho will need the ser
vices of an appraiser. Tho voter is
nol so often fooled by politicians as
hy himself."
ll has hoon quite some time since
Tho Courier made Rs first slap ai
Ibo uglj face nf tho South ('.indina
sta t e cnmpi Ign. Wo re< nil. some
years ago, having referred to tho
campaigns as "? three-ringed clr
II ." and . hereby calli:,t; down lip
on ourselves somewhat of an ava
lanche of adverse toni men? by uuni
* -rs of pupers tli.'t seemed to find
lng good and worth while
lu our State campaigns ns they are
con Incled. We would nol say that
Ibero is absolutely nothing good In
thom ll may he thai, ns n training
?< hool, m course of lime South Cnr
- lina will evolve ii number of stntes
"I li OUI a horde of mountebanks,
who pr ?te nt gfiu-ralit ic-*, condemn
"tho sy teni"- which we certainly
A'ould not think of endorsing ?is-a
whole hat giving nothing tangible
ipon which a citizen may judge as
o whelhoi "tho K>slem" would bc
. : tor or worse for their having a
'a ti nd in "tho system's" workings.
however, w, ard lo wait Oil
"hi . "three-ringed circus" to evolve
a set 6i statesmen, some of us aro
going te have ld wait illili] the horo
hflor me< i them,
The c : ,z, ns could gol a lot moro
information nnd enlightenment from
unending a Friday evening's school
donating society mooting than from
. Si tte campaign meeting, and would
.joi im ve lo sift a lot of rot and fol
\
dcrol out of tho uiass boforo getting
tho Information.
Let tho campaign meetings be
pitched on a higher plane or let us
abolish them.
ClOHO Charleston Yard Nov. 1st.
A dispatch from Washington says:
Acting secretary of tho Navy Roose
velt has sol tho dato for the final
closing of tlio Charleston, S. C>, navy
yard for Hie llrst of next November.
lt had been expected that the yard
would bo closed i bout Sept. 1st, or
ders having been Issued that it
should be closed as soon ns possible.
Owing to Hie unemployment at Char
leston, however, tho acting secretary
decided to defer tho closing and pro
vide for the gradual discharge of tho
navy yard employee ?.
In an order signed by Col. Roose
velt ho said tho department's decis
ion to closo the yard "remains un
changed, and the conditions which
necessitated this action have in no
way boon altered.
Printer t)7, Still Works.
Wichita. Kansas, Sept. I.- Hiram
F\ Hearse celebrated his i?7th birth
day here by working at his trade as
a printer. Born in a log cabin ill
Seneca county, Ohio, In 1S2?, Mr.
Hoarse is si i 11 hale and hearty". Ho
does not drink tea, coffee or Intoxi
cants, and is a bachelor. Ile docs
not attribute his longevity to any
thing in particular,
OFFICIAL RI
VOTING PRECINCT.
Newry.
Wesl l'nlon.'. _.
Wolf I'll.
I let ldc'.nun.
High I alls No. 1.
Jordania.? . . . .
Turnussen.
Richland.
Goonoo ( 'reek.
High Tails No. a-(Keowoo).
I Rd mont.
Little Hiver.
Retient No. ii.
Shiloh.
Picket Post.
Oakway .
Walhalla.
.Si noca.
( 'lem ?on College.
Oak (/rovo.
Monaghan Mills.
Providence .
Holly Springs.
Earle's (Jrove.
Salem.
Westminster.
South I nion.
Madison.
Tugaloo Academy.
l'air Play.
Tekoona .
Rollout No. 1.
Tabor .
friendship.
iloeassco.
Return.
Damascus.
Long Creek-(No election held)...
TOTALS.
OFF:
VOTING PRECINCT.
New ry.
West I'nion.
Wolf Pit.
liethleheiu.
nigh wills No. i.
Jordania. .
TllltUlKSCO.
Richland.
Ocoiwoe Creek.
High Kalla No. a-(Kcowee)
liol mont .!
Little River.
Hot mat No. 2.
Shiloh.
Picket. Tost.
Oak way.
Walhalla.
Clemson College.
( ?ak (?rovo...
Monaghan Mills.
Providence .
Holly Springs.
ilario's Grove.
Salem.
South I'nion.
Madison.
Tngnloo Academy.
I air Play.:.
Tokeena.,'.
Kelleen.
Westminster.
Retreat No. 1 ..'
Tabor_.
I Headship.
iloeassco.
lt dui n.
Damascus.
Long Creek-(No election held).
TOTALS
Official Declaration of Results First
Democratic Primary in Oconee
County, Aug. 29th, 1922.
State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.
Tho following is declared to ho tho ollleial mid correct result of tho
llrst primary election tor County O Ulcers for Oco"co County, S. C., held
on August 20th, 11)22:
Por House of Roprcsjntntlvos-W, Iv. Dalton received 7?! votes, 1).
lt. Fitzgerald received 402 votes, J. S. Glymph received 855 votos, lt.
D. McDonald received 080*votes, J.H. Oir received 871 votes, und E.
Timmermuu received 1,108 votos. No candidate having received a ma.
JjOrlty of tl^o voten cast .for this o?lco, and J, S. Glymph, f\, I). MoDon
ald, ,1. H. Orr and IO. Timmcrn.au having received tho highest number
of votes cast for this olllco, they aro declared to ho tho ones to enter a
second race.
For Judge of Probate-V. F. Martin having received all tho votes
cast for this oillce, ho ls declared to ho XjUtly nominated.
For Supervisor of Registration-V. W. Rowen, \V. M. Cobb aird T.
L. Sheri ff having received all tho votes cast for this olllco, they aro de
clared duly nominated.
Magistrate at Walhalla - J. Hurt Gillespie having received a ma
jority of tho votes east for this otlleo, ho is doola ted to ho duly nomi
nated.
Magistrate at Seneca-P. A. Grant having received a majority of the
votes east for this olllco, ho is declared duly nominated.
Magistrate nt Westminster-Np ono having received a majority of
tho votes east for this ofllco, and W. M. Dillard und J. T. S. Hopkins
having received tho highest number of votes east for said ofllco, aro de
clared to ho tho ones to enter a second race.
Magistrate at Salem-W. ll. Talley having received -all- the votes
east for this olllco, ho is declined to ho duly nominated.
JA M ICS II. DROWN, Chairman,
Oconee Comity Democratic Executive Committee.
D. A. SMITH, Secretary. %
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For 12 Months
For years we have used Black-Draught in our family, ?
and I have never found any medicine that could take ils H
place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Brady ville, Tenn. Mr. Sta- E9
cy, who is a Rutherford County farmer, recommends Black- ?
Draught as a medicine that should be kept in every house- ?2
hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to pre- H
vent them from developing into serious troubles. ?
THEDFORD'S 3
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It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy
declared. *It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a
cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our
family if it wasn't for Black-Draught. It has saved us many
dollars ... I don't see how any family can hardly go with- Bl
out it I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep/ fj
in the house. I recommend Black-Draught highly and art m
never without it." SS
At all druggists. , &9
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College- Army Officers to Kot ire.
Washington, Aug. 30.-More than
fifty army officers on active duty at
colleges, universities, high schools
and other educational Institutions
throughout .the country ?.will he re
lieved to-morrow of their Assign
ments "and from further activo duty
In the army." Orders issued hy the
War Department to-day, effective
Aug. 31, state tha* the wholesale
retirement "f theso instructors had
become necessary because of the
reduced appropriations authorized
by Congress for tho fiscal yoar end
ing Juno 30, 1023. All the\tnstruo
tors had previously been retired
from active service in the arny, but
were considered excellent Baterini
for military training work at educa
tional institutions.
It is tho Intention of tho War Do
par? mont, it is said, to replico the
instructors with officers on he ac
tivo- duty status. Among the nstitu
tions affected is the University of
Georgia.
To Cure a Cold in One Doy
Take LAXATIVE BROM? QUININE (Tablets.) Ic
stons tho Gmtdll on,I Ho?H.">,"-1 . ."L.
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Cold. E. W. GROVE'S elfinaturo on each box. 30c.
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