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KEOWEE COURIER
(Established 1810.)
Entered nt tho Posfofllco nt Wal*
halla, H. C., as .Mail Matter of tho
Second Class, under Act of Congress,
March 3d, 1870.
Published Fvory Wednesday Morning
SUHSOMPTION P\?1CE:
Ono Year.$1.00
Six Months.55
Tliren Mouths. ... .80
Adcrlivsiug Kates Reasonable.
By Stock, Sholor, Hughs ? Sbelor.
Communications of a persona]
character charged for as advertise
ments. Obituary natlccs, cards of
thanks and tributes of respect, either
by Individuals, lodges or churches or
societies, charged for as for adver
tisements. Cash must accompany the
manuscript, and all such notices will
be marked "Adv." in conformity with
postal requirements.
WALHALLA, H. C.:
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. ^7, ???22.
A (JRMAT OPPORTUNITY.
Another groat opportunity is to bo
presented to tho mothers and ch ll
droll of Oconoe, ai Seneca, on Friday
of tiiis week, when opportunity will
he given for free examination for
physical or constitutional defects,
chronic troubles that may he easily
overcome, ba t er io I ! lessened or re
lief in some form obtainod. lt is an
opportunity that every mother ought
to take advantage of. Is your child
perfect, without ailment or defect?
Do you K.NOW it hy loason of care
ful expert examination, or do you
THINK il by reason of outward ap
pearance of health and freedom from
glaring defect'* There may he some
minor trouble, unknown, which the
rained oyo and delicate instrument
I' examination in ibo hands of a
pecialisl will reveal, (?ive the child
(.'nance.especially when ike op
0 Inn y is brough! to your very
our, an-! absolutely free of cost.
Tho work Hint is being carried on
1 mir county these clay.* hy reason
f tho Intoresl tin state Medical As
oclafion and the State Hoard of
lealtb are taking in the pulii;c woi
aro and health conditions presents
he greatest opportunity that our
I eoplo L ive ev.-r had to better their
: mae condition-;. If we aro careless
ii our children's welfare wo neglect
ie of ti e greatest and most import
It problems not only of thc homo',
it of ibo community, tho State and
. 0 nation.
The work that has boen carried on
in our State regarding public health
shows, wo are told, lhat Oconco Isl
far behind In tho matter of taking
advantago of tho sploi lld opportuni
ties presented. The most glaring evi
dence of ibis fact is the lack of a
good, up-to-date county hospital, at
which the diseases and health trou
bles of our people might Letter he
looked after.
Then, too. Oconcc has not even
Ibo advantago of a Public Health ]
Nursing Hull a sore need, as was
so forcefully brought home to us in
tho no, yet forgotten Hu epidemic of
Ibo recent past.
In addition to ibo free clinic at
Senoi . on Friday of Ibis week Ibero
is to hi a gathering of a number ol
prominent citizens on thal day, also
ir. Seneca, nt which iva> and means
will bo discussed for bringing to our
cou ti i y Hie benolhs of Ibis public
nursing service and the se nring of
a county hospital.
Next Friday will present a two
fold opportunity io Goonoo. What
win wo do willi it: Tl..- mothers of
Oconco can answer for one pail of
tho question, Tin- business men and
wi men of tho county will have to
deal, primarily, willi ike oilier. As
we bav< sail!, tile opportunity is a
greal ono, a vital one. and we ought
IMO ?i? neglect or ignore it. Too much
hangs en i : .> ?nipm-: of tins mat tor
to perm;! of i n d i viii tia ! or county
upai by.
Motin i s of i ici.ee! \\c li.i ve in
the past board ibo objection rais?- ,
to th. e health dina i Faa; "the do
fec ? * I oar i lilldi( :, are . xposcd. 11
is a shame tli.a ,.| ?, a thought,
should bo entertained, surely no
mother, thinking seri nisly for one
moment, would '.et such n thought
weigh a.?r<,in.->: iii." possible correction
of whatever defects may bo carried
hy those who ari- ta be the future.
<;? i '/c.' s of ou r cou: t \
Don't hesitate in tin- matter. HaVO
your children oxamincd and tbolr do
focts corrected. If they are without
them so much tho bettor, Kind out,
for your child's good and for your
own information/ Don't let Ibo mat?
?er of false prldo or false modesty
i
stand tn the way of doing tho very ?
host for those placed In your care.
Koincmbor and tako advantage of
tho free clinic at Seneca Friday of
this week, lt ls an opportunity that
ought not to he passed by.
Local Notes from Sotitii Union..
South Unltli, Sept. 25.-Special:
Tho it. S. I. A. held Its regular meet
ing nt the school building on Tues
day, Sept. 10. .Mr. Speares was pres
ent and gave an interesting talk on
Improvement. The association has
phinneil to have a work day in tho
near future to improve tho grounds
and building.
Mr. and Mrs. John Littleton, of
Central, anti Mr. and Mrs. Cns Wal
ters, of South Georgia, wero recont
visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
F. F. Dow is.
.Miss Bertie Thomas spent tho past
week-end in Seneca with ber sister,
Mrs. (Don Shirley. She attended the
Gipsy Smith meetings while she was
there.
Orr Goodman and Hoke Dlakelcy
visited friends at Madison recently.
Mr. and Mrs. John Martin were
recent spend-the-day guests at tho
hobie of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Allen.
James Dtirgess, of Long Creek,
spent the week-end with homefolks.
J. I'. Allen and family, of Green
ville, spent Sunday with the former's
brotbors, T. W., J. \V., J. IL and J.O.
Allen.
Mrs. Randall, of Lnvonln*, Ga., was
in the community Thursday, spend
ing the day with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. P. Tate. Sho was accompan
ied by Mrs. B. Randall.
W. IL Thomas made a business
trip to Anderson last week.
Willie Allen is making his home in
Greenville at present. He Is working
at the carpenter's trade.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jolly, of An
derson, were recent visitors of .Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Brown.
Joe Tilomas left bist week for Ox
ford, e.a., where he will resume his
studies in tho college.
Carl Bolick, of Clemson ColegO,
spent the weeU-end with bis uncle
and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Allen.
$700,0'".? Fire in Atlanta.
Atlanta. Sept. 24.-Firemen still
were on duty to-night guarding tho
smouldering Haines of a lire In the
Bea rt of Atlanta's business section,
where early to-day it caused damage
variously estimated nt from $T<?".
000 to $1,500,000. The Kress build
ing is a complete loss; the L. F. M.
department store was almost com
pletely gutted, while Fiseman's
clothing store and Child's Hotel wero
damaged badly. Other adjacent
buildings sustained heavy damage
from smoke and water.
Olflcinls are investigating the cause
of the lire, which they stated nppra
ontly resulted ?rom an explosion on
the second Hoof of tile Kress build
ing. C. F. ('.ilford, resident manager
of Kress, stated that there was noth
ing on the second Moor of the build
ing thai could cause an explosion.
Rainfall and Temperature.
Below is a record of meteorological
observations taken hy H. W. Brandt,
co-operative observer of tho Weather
Bureau of tho U. S. Department of
Agriculture, during the week ending
Sept. 24th, 1922, at 7 p. m. (Tho
instrumental readings aro from gov
ernment standard Instruments ex
posed In tho manner recommended
by tho chief of tho Weather Bureau):
Character of
Day.
Date
Tempera
ture.
XJ
lt.
Sept. 1S-Ptly cldy. so no
Sept. 10-Clear S 1 ' 57
! Sept. 2 0-Clear ....... 84 56
Sept. 21-Clear." ST. 54
Sept. 22-Ptly cldy. ? .20 S2 5S
I Sept. 23-Clear." 8S ?0
I Sept. 21 - Clear.' 93l .">;!
Total rainfall ... .20
( ard of Thanks.
Fd i tor Koowco Courier:
Please allow ns space ir. your pa
per tn thank our friends and neigh
bors for the many kindnesses shown
us during 'ho four months' sickness,
and :.t the .lea: h of our dear wife
.ail mother, Mrs. lohn M. Moody.
We also waul to thank Dr. Heller
for iiis kindness and sympathy. We
thank all these who senl us loving
messages through tho mall - ines
sages of comfort .uni cheer in our
dark hours. May Cod bless each and
every ono and give (hom a reward
for their kindness to us is our prayer.
adv.) Father and Children.
.... - -
Liberty llotno-Coming Day.
Following ls the program for the
Homo-Coming Day exercises at Lib
erty i Kbonozor) church, Sunday. Oct.
1st. 1922:
lo.00 a. m.-Sunday school.
11 .On a. m.-Sermon,
12\30 p. m.-Dinner on the ground
2. p. m.--Address by Hon. J. W.
Shclor.
3.00 p. m.--Singing by the sing
ers invited lo attend, with Hie Wag
oner Township Singing Convention
in charge.
Compulsory Law al Oconco Creek.
The patrons Of tho Ocor.ee Creek
school are hereby holiflod that tho
compulsory attendance school law
will be put Into effect with the open
ing of the fall term. Oct. 30, 1922.
J. B. Rogers, for Trustees.
Japanese Interests supported by
tho government will develop tho coal
deposits of Saghalion, bollcved to bo
among tho world's richest.
?J. ?J? ?J? ?I? ?J? .J. .fr. .J. .J. .J. ?*> ?J? ?J? 4?
?j. AMERICAN LECION NOTES. 4*
.I?- *
?J. By Bea E. Adams, ?*.
?J. Charleston, s. C. ?J?
?j. ?j? ?j-. ?j? ?j? *|? ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j. ?|? ?j?
Department Commander Luther
K. Brice, of Spartunburg, ba? issued
a bulletin on tho national conven
tion of tito American Logion to bo
held at New Orleans on Oct*. 10 to
20. Ho ls desirous of learning tho
number of members from each post
who expect to attend tho convention:
This information is sought by tho
Stnto Legion otllcials in order that
they may mako arrangements for
railroad and hotel accommodations.
Mr. Brice has furnished each post in
the Stato with a schedule showing
tho time of depnrturo of trains and
their arrival In New Orleans. Tho
schedule also shows tho faro from
various points In South Carolina. All
posts planning to have members at
tend tho national convention should
notify department hoadquartors at
onco.
. . *
James K. Jackies, of Waltorboro,
member of tho Stato oxecutlvo com
mittee of tho legion, spont several
days in Spartan burg last week, and
whilo there conferred with tho de
partment commander on legion mat
ters. Mr. Jackies visited tho Charles
ton post Tuesday and talked with
the ofllccrs on matters of interest to
Ibo legion. Ho ls commander of tho
Col,eton county post. Mr. Jackies
plans much activity in his district
this year.
. * ?
Newberry Post, No. 2 1, held a
Joint meeting Monday night with tho
auxiliary. Plans wore laid for au
Armistice Day celebration, and a
uumber of other matters of Intoresi
io tito two organizations were taken
up. Among tho questions under con
sideration is the formation of a Boy
Scout troop to bo fostered by tho
post.
. * ?
Tho Spartanburg post will present
tho comedy, "Thc Microbe of Love,"
in November.
. * +
The attitude of tito public towart
tho ex-servico men is one of ingrat:- ,
ludo," says Thos. G. McLeod, aom'
non for Governor of South Carolin,:
Mr. McLeod spoke at Tlmmon&ylil
Friday night under tho auspices <
the American Logion. Prod K. Hoi
ens is commander of tho Tim m o ti
ville post. '
?? * *
Every legion post In South trd
linn is Invited to co-operate li m? li
ing these notes of Intorest tc
hers of the legion and to ex- . ice
men in general. Post comm
and adjutants aro urged to s- n lu
news notes to Bon Adams, C .
ton. These notes aro publisl for
tho benellt of tho legion. Mak iii
of value to your post.
Brazil has granted a concession to
a corporation to install and operate
radio stations for direct communica
tion with tho United States and Eu
rope.
NOTICE.
My Second Annual
Sale Will Start Fri
day, Sept. 29th.
I have opened up Stores nilli a
mil line of Clothing for Men,
Voling .Men and Hoys. Evora Suit
marked tn plain figures-one price
to all.
Plenty of Joba B. Stetson Hau,
also, Good Wool Hats $1.00 and
up. Caps for Men and Boys,
Shin's foi' tho Whole Family
Sunday and Every-day.
1 (to barrels Bed Patent. Flour,
(('roam Loaf,) 80.00 per barrel;
half Self .Hising for $7.00.
inO yards ?I. A P. Coats* Thread
rte. per spool. All you want.
Underwear for Men, Women and
Children, both single and union.
Overalls, $1,15 pei' pair.
Shirts, evcry-tjay Cotton ?ind
Wool, from (Plc. to $5.00.
Sunday shirts, $1.00 uiul up.
Several,hundred pairs ll alf-ll ese
for .Men, 10c. the pair. All colors.
Ladles' Hose same; also better
ones up to s 1.00*:
l'util further notice, (?ns al '27\?
cents per gallon. So jon can como
in your car. Come ami look at my
line. I propose to sltVO yon money,
and money saved ls mono) made.
Don't fall to see our samples for
Tallor-Mado suits-nil Wool-und
from special pilco of Si 7.00 natl
up. Flt guaranteed.
Ginghams, both apron and dress,
12)?C. per yard and up.
Bed Tick, 12*1$. and up.
Hickory Sheeting-Plenty of
Cloth for nil purposes.
So come and sec for yourself. If
I haven't got what you want I can
got lt for you on .-hort notice.
WILL LOOK FOR VOU.
A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL.
W. M. Murphree
WALHALLA, S. C.,
39-41 lt. F. 1). No. it.
Young Solomon.
Elinor Glyn, tho daring novelist,
enid nt n Coronndo toa:
"Youth {ms strange Ulens. I saw a
composition tlmt a Los Angelos boy of
fourteen wrote the other day on 'The
ARCS of Mun.' Tho composition ran
like this:
? ?There are three ages of man. One,
When we aro young we think of tho
sins we will commit when we grow
up. 'This ls the ARO of Innocence.
it ?Two, When we grow up wo com
mit these sins. This Is called tho
Primo of Lifo. . y y
" 'Three. When we aro old wo aro
sorry we committed them. Till? ls
our Dotage.* >"
A cuban has inventod a sugar re
ceptacle for dining tablos with four
radiating arms, from which tho con
tents aro obtained by pressing but
tons.
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Thedford's
g Tl
BLACK
DRAUGHT
Liver
Medicine
(Vegetable)
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SUMMONS.
Tho State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.
IN* COURT OP COMMON PLEAS.
Frank H. Barrett, Plaintiff,
vs.
Mary L. Cary, individually and as
Trustee of \V. L. Cary; ?ind as Ex
ecu'.rlx of tho Estato of John C.
Cary, Deceased; and W. L. Cary,
Defendants.
SUMMONS.
To tho Defendants Above Named:
You aro hereby summoned and re
uired to answer the Complaint, in
. us notion, of which a copy ls here
in served upon you, and to servo
opy of your answer to the said
mplalnl on the subscribers at their
cos in the .Masonic Temple, Cr?en
le, S. C., within twenty days after
!i0 servico hereof, exclusivo of tho
iiy of such service; and If you fail
.?> answer tho Complaint within tue
tillie aforesaid, the Plaintiff in Ibis
ui Hon will apply to tho Court for I
.rn relief demanded in tho Com
plaint.
Hnynoswortb & Ilayiiosw.orth,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Greenville, S. C., Kept. 14, 1022.
T< tho Defendant, W. Ii. Cary:
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, That tho
Summons In tho above entitled ac
tion has been served upon you ny
publication, and that tho original
Summons and Complaint aro on Hie
ll) the office of the Clerk of Court In
?ho County of Oconee, South Caro
min.
Ilnyncsworth & Hnynesworth,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Sept. 20, 1922. 38-10
Master's Sales
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OP OCONEE.
In Court of Common Pleas.
Pursuant to decrees of tho afore
said Court, in tho cases named be
low, 1 will oller for sale, lo tho high
est bidder, in front of the Court
Mouse door, at Walhalla. S. C., on
MONDAY, tho 2d day of October,
1922, between the legal hours of
sale, tho tracts of land below do
scribed:
Charles W. Pitchford, Plaintiff,
against
Etilo Nichols Rice, Corrio Sims, Ar
thur Sims. Lawrence Sims, May
Sims and Her Sims, Defendants.
All that piece, parcel or traci of
hind, situate, lying and being in Oco
neo county, Stato of South Carolina,
on waters of Little Uiver, of Keoweo
Hiver, of Seneca River, adjoining
lands of 1). 1*. Grant, W. J, Townes,
T. E. Alexander and Elisha Alexan
der, containing ono hundred ?ind six
ty ( 1G0j acres, more or less, known
?as the .lames Nichols tract.
Terms of Salo-CASH. That in tho
event of failure of tho purchaser, or
purchasers, to comply with tho terms
of the sale immediately, that tho
Master do re-sell tho said promises
on tho same Salosday, or some con
venient Salesday thereafter, at tho
same placo and on tho samo terms as
heretofore set out, at tho risk of tho
former purchaser, or purchasers, and
that ho do continuo so to do until ho
has found a purchaser, or purchas
ers, who shall comply with tho torms
of salo.
Purchaser to pay extra for doed I
and stamp. W. O. WHITE,
Master for Ocnoeo County, S* C.
Sopt. 13, 19 2 2. 38-10
G. W. Carnes, Plaintiff,
against
O. L. Glymph, Defendant.
All that certain piece, parcel, or
tract of land, situate, lying and hoing
in tue Slate and County aforesaid,
and containing tlilrty-sevon and 41
100 acres, moro or less, adjoining
lands of T. A. Durham, Jeff Lanier,
I J. S. Glymph, and being tho samo
land doeded to O. L. Glymph by H.
M. Stnncil on tho ?.0th day of Decom
bor, 1919, and known ns a part of
tho W. J. McCluro land.
Venns of Sale-CASH. That in tho
Seneca
CAPACITY 5
CHA]
Storage and Insure
Liberal Cash Advanc
Interest Rate, 6 Per C
New Business.
G. W, GIGNILL
Myers Pi
Fairbanks
We have the AGENC
TY for the FAIRBANK
Engines. We can furnish y
power to six horse. See u
We also carry a stock
pairs, the best on the markc
Remember we carry a
Fixtures and Plumbing Su
Soil Pipe, Sewer Pipe, Etc.
Whitmire=Mai
HARDWARE H
WESTMINSTER
(Phono Xo. 30.)
SOUTH Ci
event of failure of purchaser, or pur
chasers, to comply with tho terms of
salo w'thin ilvo days from day of sale
tho .Master do ro-advertiso and resell
said premisos on tho following Sales
day, or somo convenient Salesday
thereafter, at tho samo placo and on
tho santo terms as heretofore set out,
at tho risk of tho farmer purchaser,
or purchasers, and that ho do con
tinue so to do until ho has found a
purchaser, or purchasors, who com
ply with tho terms of salo. Purchaser
will not ho let into possession of the
premisos before January 1st, 19 23:
Provided, That not moro than one
third of all crops, or tholr vnluo,
grown in 19 22, shall pass to the pur- |
chaser with said land, and that said
one-third interest shall be subject to
its proportion of any Hons uow (July
li*, 192 2.) existing over tho crops on
said, land.
Purchaser to pay extra for deed
and stamp. W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconeo County, S. C.
Sept. 13, 1922. 38-40
O. W. Gignllllat, plaintiff,
against
C. W. Cbastnin and W. D. Hanvey,
, Defendants.
All that certain piece, parcol, or
tract of lnad, situate, lying and ho
ing in tho County of Oconeo, State
of South Carolina, containing seven
ty-one acres, moro or less, (recording
to a plat of survey thereof made hy
C. C. Myers, Surveyor, adjoining
lands of X. P .Grant, W. J. Walters,
J, P. Mason and J. A. Callahan), ami
being alb tho tract conveyed lo C. W.
Chnstain by W. H. Kindloy by deed
dated January 1st, 19 19, and being
part of tho old Wm. Drown homo
place.
Also,
All that piece, parcel or lot of land
Situate, lying and hoing in Center
Township, of tho County of Oconeo,
Stato of South Carolina, and on tho
north side of tho public road loading
from Westminster to Andersonville,
nnd known as tho AndorSonville
road, beginning at' Iron pin in tho
center of said road, a corner common
with lands of C. A Whitfield, and
running thence north 11 W 17-1 feet
to an Iron pin in tho eerier of Town
villo public road, thence along men
tor of Townvlllo road N 6 5 Ms W 21 I
'foot to Iron pin at tho intersection of
tho centers of tho Townvlllo and An
dorsonvillo road (which form tho
Westminster road), thence back
along tho Andersonville road S 42 K
1G91,,6 feet to tho northoast comer
of gin lot, and thonco still along tho
Conler of said Andersonvillo road,
S 4 1 10 isoV2 feet to tho beginning
cbmer, samo hoing moro fully shown
on plat of survey by Charles N. Gign
llllat, (lated July 22, 1909, recorded
in Clerk's Ofllco, Oconoe County, S.
C., on August 19, 1909, in Plat Dook
A, Pago 1, and hoing tho northern
portion of tho lot conveyod C. W.
Chnstnl, by B, S. norring by doed
bearing dato tho 31st day of Docom
Cotton
.OOO BALES
R. G ES
ince? 30c. per month,
tes on Stored Cotton,
ent Per Annum on all
IAT, President.
:Y in OCONEE COUN
S Gasoline and Kerosene
ou from one and half horse
s for your requirements?
of Myers Pumps and Re
it.
big stock of Bath Room
pplies: Galvanized Pipe,
ett Hdw. Co.
EADQUARTERS
WALHALLA
(Phone No. ll.)
\ROLINA
????noami
ber, 1918, and recorded in said of
fice on the Tilt day of January, 1019,
In Deed Dook 3-E, Page 80.
Torilla of Kale-CASH. That in tho
ovont of tho failure, of purchaser, or
purchasers, to comply with tho terms
of salo within Hvo days (rdm day of
sale, tho Master do ro-advertiso and
re-sell said premises on tho follow
ing Salesday, or some convenient
Salosday thereafter, at tho samo
placo and on the same terms as here
tofore set out, at the risk of tho for
mor purchaser, or purchasers, and
that bo do continuo so lo do until he
bas found a purchaser, or purchas
ers, who comply^witb tho terms of
salo.
Purchaser to pay extra for deed
and stamp. W. O. WHITE.
Master for Oconco County, S. C.
Sopt. 13, 1922. 38-40
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
CREDITORS.
All persons Indebted to the Estate
of A. P. CRISP, Decoascd, are here
by notified to make payment to tho
undersigned, and all persons having
claims against tho said ]?stato will
present tho samo, duly attested,
within the tim? prescribed by law,
or bo barred
Mrs. BESSIE C. CRISP,
Executrix of tho Estate of A. P.
Crisp. Deceased.
Sopt, 13, 1922. 38-41_
NOTICE OF SALE.
I am authorized hy the Grand Jury
and abo by tho Count) Hoard, to sell,
to the highest, bidder, at my olllco in
Wost Union, South Carolina, on SAT
URDAY, tho 30th day of September,
1922, nt lt? A. M., the following:
Ono Avory Tractor,
Ono Royal Road Machine,
Ono old Drag Serape, >
One Republic Truck.
Terms of Sale-CASH.
This ls a lol of second-hand stuff
for which tho County has no uso, and
samo will bo sold by recommendation
of tho above authority.
J. C. SHOCKLEY,
Supervisor Oconoo County.
Sept. 20, 1922. 38-39
WE WANT
500 dozen Fresh Hen Eggs, 100
Frying Chickens, Green Beans,
some good, clear Bee Honey,
25 bushels of Keifer Pears (not
bruised,)
We arc closing out Shoes,
Dry Goods and Notions. It
will pay you to see us before
you buy.
J. P. McCoy & Co.,
MAIN STREET - - - EASLEY, S. C.

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