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New Series No. 940. - Volume LXXL - No. K.
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j&jz? It Pays to B'
FREE MEDICAL EXAMINATION
Of Children-Conference with Moth
ers nt Seneca, Friday, Sept. 20th.
Thero will be a free medical ex
amination of children and conference
with mothers at Seneca on Friday of
this week, Sept. 29th, at 9 a. ttl, till
G p.m., at tho Edwards-Austin Build
ing. Tho following staff of examin
ers will bo in charge of the several
; WV branches of tho work:
I - ' ? Hygieno mu? Diseases of Children
?-Children's. Specialists-Dr. W. P.
Cornell, Columbia; Dr. D. L. Smith,
? J Spartanburg; Dr. S.-Q. Glover, Greon
x ^V::..*^.y4He., -tyv /? ?-<?.? '. . ; '. ?
Prenatal Caro find' Motherhood
? ' Dr. J. S. Stribling, Seneca; Dr. Bi F.
Eye, Ear, Nose* and Throat-Dr.
L. O. Mnuldin, Greenville; Dr. W. A.
Heart and Lungs-Dr. W. C. Mar
ett, Newry; Dr. J. W. Wickliffe, Wes
X-Rny-Dr. W. F. Austin. Seneca.
Laboratory-Dr. William Bailey,
Spartanburg; Dr. T. G .Hall, West
General Medicine-Dr. J, W. Bell,
Walhalla; Dr. C. M. Walker, West
minster; Dr. F. S. Simpson. West
minster; Dr. W. C. Mays. Fair Play.
Surgery-Dr. J. II. Johns, West
minster; Dr. E. C. Doyle, Seneca; Dr.
W. II. Doyle. Seneca.
Dentists-Dr. W. F. Austin, Sen
oca; Dr. D. P. Thomson, Seneca; Dr,
T. G. Harper, Seneca.
Genlto-Urlnary-Dr, J. D. Vernor,
A staff of trained nurses and club
women will assist tho examiners.
Features nt Tho Star Theatreo
(For tho Publie.)
Lecture on Caro and Feeding of
Children-By Dr. D. L. Smith, of
Spartanburg, at 10.30.
Lecture on Motherhood-By Dr.
J. S. Stribling, from ll to 11.30.
Lecture on Abuse of' Drugs In
Children-By Dr. W. P. Cornell, of
Columbia, from 11.30 to 12.
Lecturo on Hygieno of tho School
Child-By Dr. S. G. Glover, of Green
ville, from ;t to 3.30 p. m.
Lecture on Adenoids and' Tonsils
-By Dr. L. O. Mnuldin, of Green
ville, nt I p. m.
Health Pictures-Star Thoatro.
Banquet, 1 to :) O'clock.
Tho Oconeo County Medical Soci
oty, tho Once-n-Week Culb, the Sen
eca Ci les and Literary Club, tho D.
A. H., tho Bcd Cross, and tho Cham
ber of Commerce, will tender a ban
quet lo seventy-five of tho leading
mon and women of Oconeo'county to
discuss with officers of. the Statk
Medical Association, tho Bed Cross,
tho Stato Board of Health and tho
Federal government ways and moans
for providing whole-time public
health nurses and a community hos
pital for Oconoo county.
Dr. E. A. Ilinos,
Miss I^anra Blackburn,
Registered Nurso, Secretary,
Oconeo Singing Convention.
The Oconoo County Singing Con
vention will meet with tho Madison
(burch on Sunday, tho first of Octo
ber, at 10 o'clock. Everybody como
and bring woll-fllled baskets and on
Joy tho day wi.h song and prayor.
W. M. Lom mons, Prosldont.
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Compulsory Attendance, Picket Post.
Notico ls hereby given to tito pa
trons of Picket Post school that tho
compulsory attendance law will bo
onforcod nt that school, beginning
Oetobor 30th. Parents will ploaso
take notico and soe that all children
of school ago attend, Trustees.
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Tamassee, R.F.D. No. l, Sept. 2 5.
-Special: Saturday, Sept. 30th,will
bo formal opening day at tho D.A.R.
school at Tamassee. All boarders are
expected that day. All friends are
invited to bring lunch baskets for
an all-day picnic, with a spread at
12 m. and another at 5 p. m. Talks
and music will follow immediately,
after the mid-day; meal. The Victor
Alonagban.band and..some, allier- mu
sicians are expect?d. Those wno \vlsh
inay shower the school with soed to
plant or anything that is good to eal
or uso in a borne school or on tho
Ci if ts received during September
Elvo dollars from the treasurer of
Ono dollar on library, caso, from
Henry DuRunt Chapter D.A.R.
Ono caso glass jars from Ameri
can Specialty Co., Savannah, (Ja.
Household articles from Mrs. T.
R. Chatham, Tamassee.
Hox of scraps from Mrs. W. M.
Obergfell, Now Jersey.
An oil stain put on tho first floor
hy Messrs. H. R. TMlotson and Webb
Kindnesses to superintendent by
Eleven comforts made by neighbor
On Saturday, Sept. 16, the neigh
bors wove invited in to a quilting,
Mrs. J. S. Sheppard assisting as hos
tess. Ono quilt was made and eleven
comforts, tho ladles stopping work
only when tho cotton gave out. Mrs.
Cornelia Jones came calling, and seo
ing tho need, offered to send.cotton
for tho other three comfort tops. Tho
girls will moko theso, and also bom
the ones tacked as a sowing lesson.
Thoso who were present at the
quilting were: Mesdames A. Ernest,
William Shoppart. W. C. Wbitmiro,
Z. N, Green, Grant, Head, and Misses
Alleen Wbitmiro, Marie and Laura
Sheppard, Hettie Green, Julia and
Eunice Cowan and Marguerite Er
Through tho work of Mr. and Mrs.
j. S. Sheppard a splendid lot of homo
grown vegetables and fruits in tin
and glass ls on tho pantry shelves.
Tho bouso bas been put in first
class repair by Mr. Sheppard and a
winter garden bas boen planted,
which will tako only a rain to make
Any one who wishes to a dry milk
cow, or who would lend a good cow
iii milk for bor feed, ls asked to com
municate at onco with the I). A. R.
A number of needs nt present aro
most koonly folt, and gifts in money,
i though small, would ho most wel
come, for funds would bolp make tho
school completo and efflclont in its
service to young peoplo.
Baptist Ministers to Meet.
Tho Blue RIdgo Baptist Ministers'
Conference will bold Its monthly
meeting on Monday, Ocl. 2d., in tho
parlor of tho hotel at Central. Call
to order at 10.30 a. m. Dinnor at tho
Tho morning "ossion will bo taken
up with routlu business, reports and
consideration of the 70 million cam
paign and tho Courier campaign.
Special program for the nftornoon.
It is boped that tho moro than
sovonty Baptist preachers who livo
or work In tho bounds of tho con
ference will bo present. Wo nro anx
ious to make theso monthly meet
ings of groat valuo.
E. C. Watson, President,
J. W. Guy, Secrotary.
?HEAT GIPSY SMITH MEETING
rVt Seneca lins Ended - Numbers*
Were Added to tho Church.
Sonocn, Sept, 2C. - Special: Mr;'
and Mrs. Harry M. Pickett came
ovor frdun Greenville to spend tho
week-end and attend tho Gipsy Smith
Mrs. Sallie and Mamie Burgess, of
Greenville, havo returned home, af
tor a week's visit with their brother,
Dr. J. H. Burgess, and family. Tlioy
have'scores of warm friends in Sen
eca who wore delighted to have them
in their midst.
The Interdenominational Sunday
Softool Association of Oconeo county
will bold a convention at Richland
church on Sunday, the Sth Q? Octo
ber. There will be a morning and
nu/afternoon session. A full program.'
has boon arranged; .Every Sunday:
school in Oeonee is urged to be rep-"
resented. Although you may not bo
officially called on to. represent your
school, all who can attend should dd
so, especially the superintendents of
thc various schools, and tho teachers,
aro urged td attend.
The first meeting of the ?nce-n
Week Club after tho summer.vaca-!
Hon will bo held Thursday afternoon,
ibo 28th, at the homo of thc presi
dent, Mrs. S. Ki Dendy. '
Tho Greys of Oeonee ?.D.C. chap'-;'
ter will bold tho October meeting at
the home of Mrs. J. -J. Ballonger on
tho first Friday afternoob, A 'clock,
Members are requested lo notify the
hostess in advance if they cannot at
tend the meeting.
The doa tb angel entered the homo
of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Perry Friday
evening at 8 o'clock and claimed
their little four-ypar-old daughter,
Imogene, after a week's illness from
diphtheria. The body was taken to
Clarkesville, Qu.^ for interment the
following day. 'Profound sympathy
is felt for the bereaved parents in
the doatb of '. their first-born little
Rev. Marshall Woodson left Tues
day morning for Columbia to resume
his course in tho. Theological 9eiMn>*
nary, this being his senior year. M"l\>
Woodson most acceptably filled thal
pulpit of the Presbyterian cnurch, :itw
kf abtonqe^t Athe smm pwmm
^Wallace, .during... the. summer~ Hj^
threw himself most earnestly in the
work of tho church and gave untir
ingly of his sorvices throughout the
Gipsy Smith evangelistic campaign
and tho 'fireo weeks' series of meet
ings. His fuiends aro numbered far
and near In Oconeo, who regret to
have bim leave, although be extended
bis slay in our nilc?st for n month on
account of tho Gipsy Smith meeting.
The Gipsy Smith meetings aro now
rocorded as history, as Sunday night
brought to a close tho greatest re
vival that has over beon known In
Oeonee. Several hundred persons
united with the various churches in
tho county on, profession of faith,
others by letter, and many church
mouthers reconsecrated themselves
to tho Master's service. Tho timo was
ripe for tho ingathering of souls after
hearing tho evangelist preach thc
truth with such power, literally un
folding tho Word of God so earnest
ly for these three weeks. Mr. Smith
and his party loft Monday morning,
surrounded at tho station with a
large crowd, who had gathered to
bid tho good people good-bye. Rev.
Mr. Smith will spend a week with
lils family in their winter homo nt
Jackson, Miss. Miss Abornothy wont
direct to*Savannah. Rev. J. A. Wood
loft for lils homo at Canton, Miss.
-$?'..00.in cash and a new pair of
shoos freo if you find paper in tho
hcols, counters or insoles of our "all
leather" line of shoes. Walk a block
and savo a dollar. 'Maynes cuts the
price and solis tho goods."-adv.
-On Monday, Sept. 24th, nt tho
Walhalla Presbyterian manso/, Rov.
W. H. Hamilton officiating, Miss inn
Cowan, of tho Flat Shoals section,
and Tal madge Wilson, of Westmin
ster, were united in marriage in tho
presence of a few friends and rela
tives. Tho brido was becomingly
gowned in bluo taffeta,' with bat and
accessories to match. Mrs. Wilson ns
Miss Cowan made many friends by
ber charming .?personality. Mr. Wil
son is a young niau of sterling worth.
Ho is at prosent engaged in business
in Toccon, Ga., where they will make
their home after a short wedding
trip. Those who witnessed tho core
mony wero Misses Loora and Trcssio
Julian, of Westminster; Beatrice
and Loora Hoad, Ovalyn Cowan, sis
tor of tho brido, of tho Flat Shoals
community; Oro/ Arve, of Coneross;
?Rosa Lon ond Irene Wilson, of West
minster, sisters of tho groom; Messrs
Mllas Julian, Westminster; Ray
mond Head, of Flat Shoals; Roy
Arve] Conoros:;, and John Cowan, a
brother of tho bride, Flat Shoals. Tho
young couple ?have many friends who
will Join with us In wishing thom
-If you want to savo money on
Swen tors, dresses, coat suits, cloaks,
mon's, ladies' and children's Under?
wcar, dry goods and shoes, seo
Juynos. Walk a block and sayo a dol
lar. 'Maynes cuts tho price and solis
Tho North and South Poles aro
tho points on tho onrth's surface
nearest tho center of tho earth.
jl&ONEROSS NEWS AX I) NOTES.
Entertainment by Rural School Im
fc^B?n?ross, Sept. 25.-Special; The
j|f?fejudge School Improvement As
plin will entortnln ihc people of
cpbimunlty and others on tho
lng of Oct. G with an foe cream
Qr. Ap interesting program is
g; arranged, which will ho ren
del at 8 o'clock., tho program con
jtgl bf music, a play nnd dialog,
play is entitled "The Ghost of
.ed La?o." The characters aro
?ows: Dr. Dudley Graball, very
?and eccentric'; Ned Hamestrap,
? with Mattie; Sammy Smooth
also in lfcve with Mattie; Mnt-.|
t\??>f!ho lovoly daughter of Dr. Grab
ai^^unCOharity, a cross old maid.
t??'guo, "Aunt Patient's Dough
tere: will bo no charges for.the
ram., but bring a few nickels and
vSiong to treat your friends,
?2$t? or your children lo leo
turf. Cake, which will be served
Kiely- after the program is
1,. "\Everybody has a cordial
vi?ii.'vto como and bring your
ls,' and the patrons of Blue
school aro especially urged to I
. MV Alexander and family, of
?Ur?envlUo, were welcomo visitors to
soVeVal of their relatives in this com
munltySaturday and Sunday.
AMss^Resslo Arve and brothers, of
M??is?n; spent the woek-end with
Hityf* Arvo and family, of Coneross.
They? i^'ore accompanied by Misses
Mi0lJie*%nd Rosa Lee, of Westmin
. C^ur Sunday school and tho B.Y.P.
U.. 'meetings have nob* boen very
S$R ^.tended for the past few
ayws?wlng to our people at
"yery regularly the wonderful
?lth revival at Seneca. The I
f pur people were very
used'by the great power
Btbfe?s and Influence of tho
'a delivered by Rev. Mr.
the. series of meetings.
^s4tf'fca?r#lf# of 'Too
nlJiis Community the
p?'?t *#?ek end.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenco Aikon, of
Greenville, wcro guests of the lat
ter's brother, T. W. Byrd, and fam
ily hore recently.
Our pastor, Rev. L. H. Raines,
preached hero Friday evening, Sat
urday and Sunday evening and also
Sunday morning. After administer
ing tho ordinance of baptism to eight
of our' bright young girls and boys
during this short series ot meetings,
Mr. Raines delivered some very stir
ring serinons which will not soon
Miss Willie Walters, of Westmin
ster, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. T.
D. Barker on their usual week-end
visit to Coneross. They stopped with
Gie Misses Barker.
Mrs. Blanchett, a very elderly lady
of Walhalla, spent a few days last
week here with her son-in-law, J. D.
Abbott, and family.
Miss Lizzie McLnin and brother,
of Oakwoy, loft last week, after an
extended' visit to their relatives, B.
McDonald, and family hore.
Miss Nina Abbott, of this vicinity,
spent several days of last, week with
her frlond, Miss Trixie Gribble, of
Tho community people met on last
Monday and picked over tho crop of
cotton of Judge Abbott, who has
boon In bod with fever for about two
months. Wo are glad to report that*i
Mr. Abbott is able to walk around in
tho house and yard some, and we
hope, that ho may soon be strong
Mrs. Victor McDonald was a recent
visilor to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Will Roach, of tho Ebenezer commu
Mrs. S. M. Ilunsinger, of Long
Crook, spent somo time hero with
her daughter, Mrs. J. V. Dilworth,
Miss Willie Mao Davis, of West
minster, was n welcomo visitor inst
week at the home of her grandmo
ther, Mrs. Nettie Hesso,, of this com
Tho Y. W. A.'s will hold their
meeting Thursday nt 1 p. m. All tho
members are urged to bd present, ns
wo are expect lng to plan the program
for tho week of prayer (tho Urs?;
week In October.)
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. P. Dean, of Av
alon, Ga., wore welcome guests In
our community recently. They wero
accompanied by Miss Audry Land,
Miss Florenco Abrams, of Green
ville, is on an oxtondod visit to rela
tives and friends in this community.
W. O. Aloxandor and family were
In Lavonla, Ga., recently among rel
Miss Ora Arve and brother. Roy,
nttondod the marriage of Miss Cow
an, of Flat Shoals, and Mr. Wilson,
of near Westminster, hi Walhalla
last Sunday afternoon.
Misses Lottie and Josslo Barker
spont Inst night with rolntives in
Miss Branyon, o'f Anderson, spont
Saturday night boro with frlonds.
Sho wnp on routo to Long Croek
whore she will teach In tho placo of
ono of tbs Long Crock teachors who
was token with appendicitis and was
has. just to-day announced th
Model 43-A, Four Cylinder I
ROADSTER, ... S 985.00
TOURING. S 076.00
F. O. B. FAOTORV. THESE ARE
Not only is the "Olds ti
on Wheels,11 hut at these \
cheapest car on wheels to pui
the cheapest to operate.
TII10 OCOXEE S. S. ASSOCIATION.
AH Denominations Urged to Attend
Session at Richland Oct. 8th.
Westminster, Sept. 25. - Special.
Tho O?onee County Sunday School
Association will hold Its annual con
vention at Richland Presbyterian
church on Sunday, O?t. 8th, and tho
'Sunday schdol* fcebple" ot %\\$ denoniU:
nations in oui* county aro invited to
A strong program of practical dis
cussions and inspiring addresses on
all phases of modern Sunday school
work has boen propnrod. Leon C.
Palmer, general superintendent of
tho State Sunday School Association,
is expected to attend tho conovntion,
together with .Mrs. S. X. Hurts, of
Spartanburg, chairman of tho chil
dren's division committee of tho S.C.
Supday School Association .
In order that all the Sunday school
workers of this county may have op
portunity to attend tho convention,
no limit will be set on the number
who may attend from each Sunday
school. Tho convention will bo in
tho nature of a county-wido mass
meeting and not a delegated body,
and all who como will bo welcome.
Information regarding the conven
tion may be secured from County
President Wm. S. .Morrison, Clemson
College, or County Secretary DeWitt
J. Miller, of Westminster, or from
Leon C. Palmor, State Superintend
ent, 71 i Allen & Law Building, of
Remember Oconeo S. S. Convention.
Kind Reader: Remember the Oco
neo County Sunday School Conven
tion at Richland on Sunday, Oct. 8.
Dr. D. W. Daniel and Rev. A. E. Drig
gors. of Clemson, have promised to
make addresses. So liavo Geo. R.
Koester, of tho Greenville Piedmont,
and Mrs. S. X. Hurts, ot Spartan
Tho Gipsy Smith meeting bas given
evidence of wonderful results of co
operative Christian efforts. Lot all
who bollovo In "Christian Co-opera
tion for Kingdom Sorvico" strive to
mako tho passing year Oconeo's best
year in our various fields of Sunday
school work. Wm. S. Morrison,
President Oconeo Co. S. S. Assn.
Oconeo Post,-American Legion?
Tho Oconoo Post, American Lo
gion, will bold its regular monthly
meeting at the Court IIouso Tues
day, Oct. 3d, at 8 p. m. Ali members
are urged to attend. Any one Inter
ested lu Legion affairs well be most
J.oX. Slrlbling, Continuador.
H. M. DU Pre,- Adjutant.
ru sb od to the Anderson Hospital for
.Mrs. E. C. DuBoso and four sons,
and Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Barker and
sons spent tho weok-end with C. E.
DuBoso and family, of Seneca,
Wilton Cobb, of Long Creok. spont
Saturday and Sunday with bis fathor,
Will Cobb, boro.
e following prices on thc
6-PASSENGER 8 CY
LINDER CAR, $1376.00
ROCK BOTTOM 1922-'23 BRICES.
nobile, the Best Thing
Drices' it is practically the
rchasc and wc know it is
a, S. C.
ets the Pace.
MADE BIG "DELIVERY OF COTTON
Josh Kirvon, of Darlington, Turned1
in 1,200 Bales to Association..
Columbia, Sept. 25.--Tho largest'"
delivery of old cotton yet made to .
tho South Carolina Cotton Growers'
Association was mudo last woek by
Josh Kirvon, of Darlington, who.
turned.over 1,200. bales old long sta*>V
plo cQttoh to tito association, feoliv- .
ery of this cotton under tho terms
of tho contract was optional, but Mr.
Kirven decided tbnt he would soil
tho cotton through tho association.
Officials of tho association say that
old cotton is pouring in fron ?very
section of tho State. Members of the.
Organization aro delighted with the
advances which thoy aro receiving,
according to letters which aro hoing
received at headquarters. Tho nsso
riation is now making an initial ad
vance ot 12 ?ents a pound on short
staple, old and new colton, and 18
:onts a pound on long stapln, old and
Tho first fire to occur In associa
tion cotton was in Leo coup ly Mon
ilay afternoon, when some cotton be
longing to L. D. Welch, of Elliott,
was burned en route from tho gin to
tho dopot. Mr. Welch not i fled' tho
association Tuesday at noon of bis
loss, and Wednesday at noon tho as
sociation had a check from tho insur
ance company for tho cotton. i
Prominent S. S. Worker Visit Stntc.
Spnrtanhurg. Sept. 20.-Hugh S.
Magill, of Washington, D. C., a
prominent Methodist layman anti
professional educator, has been olcct
od general secretary of tho Interna
tional Sunday School organization at
its rocent quadrennial convention
mu! has accepted tho position. Mar
lon Lawrence for many years gen
oral secretary of ibo association, has
been elected consulting general sec
retary for lifo and will co-opora*o
with Dr. Magill.
For several years past Dr. Magill
has boon field secretary of tho Na
tional Education Association and is
well known in tho educational world
Ills election as general secretary ol'
tho International Sunday school
work ls considered an accession io
tho Sunday school association work
ind is meeting with gonoral appro
val. Stato Suporintondont Leon C.
Palmer, of tho South Carolina Sun
flay School Association, expects to?
liave him visit th's ?tato at an oarly
Quarterly Mooting, 1st Division.
Tho Rocky Knoll Baptist church
will entertain tho quartorly meeting;
)f Division No. 1 on Saturday, Oct.
14th, boginnlng at 10.30 a. m. Blonse?
et ovory society In Division 1 soiul
lolegntos, and weVwant tho churches
.hat hovo no organization to ploaso
mud dologatos, and We extend an ln
i ltaPon to tho of.her divisions of Bo.v*
^ordam Association to moot with us.
Program will bo published lator.
Mrs. W "S. Blanchott.