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K?OWEE COU RIEH
(Established 1840.)
Entered ut Gio l'ostollleo at Wal?,
lialla, S. G., as Mall Matter of tho
Sworn! Class, under Act of Congross,
Mareil 3d, 1871?.
Published Every Wednesday Morning
SUBSCRIPTION BRICE:
One Year.$1.00
Six Months.55
Tin co Months. ... . 30 j
Adertlvslng Hatos Reasonable.
By Stock, Sholor, Hughs & Shclor.
Communications of a personal
character chargod for as advertise
ments. Obituary naticea, cards of
thanks and tributes of respect, olthcr
by Individuals, lodgos or churches or
societies, charged for as for adver
tisements. Cash must accompany tho
manuscript, and all such notices will
be marked "Adv." In conformity with
postal requirements.
WALHALLA, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, OCT. ll, V.V2'2.
TUE OCONEE EA IK.
Keep In mind the Ocolieo Fair,
which will bo held at Westminster
on Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. I
and L*. The citizens of Westminster
aro working unitedly and with un
tiring zeal to make our fair not
Westminster's fair, bul Oconoos
a success from every standpoint. And
everybody should give them full as
sistance and h oar ty co-operation, lt
will take that to make a good fair.
No matter how hard our friends at
Westminster may work, without tho
co-operation of the rest of the coun
ty-especially on the part of those
who arc lu position to make exhibits
-their oiYorts will provo a failure.
Whn't could a fair be without exhib
its? And Westminster cannot pos
siblv gel up exhibits within her own
resources tint will provo creditable
to the whole of Coonee. It will take
exhibits from every section-every
nook and corner-of Oconeu to make
the fair ni Westminster Iho li rs ( of
next month what it ought to 1)0 and
what we hope it will 1)0.
Start getting lip your exhibits to
day. To-morrow may he too late, lt
is important also thal tho exhibits be
made, just as I tractive as possible
We have the pi ?zo list and the list of
exhibits for tho fair, and regret
exe.lingly thal wo are unable ?to
publish it this week, lt will lip pear
in Tho Courier next week. Hut you
need not wait on thia list tn make
an exhibit. The list comprises almost
every article raised on the farm,
handiwork, household articles of all
kinds, everything thai ls worth while
in the home, from the farm, from the
garden--stock of all kinds, fruits,
etc.
Let every section be represented
nt tile Coonee fair at Westminster in
November, lt will bo worth while.
There is nothing that gives greater
incentivo to progress, to making bet
ter crops, raising better stock, grow
ing hotter fruits-in fact, in doing
everything better-than competition
in exhibits at a county fair.
Will your section bo represented
by an exhibit at Westminster? Don't
say that you don't know. Got at lt
now, prepare an exhibit, and thereby
say that If nobody else makes an ex
hibit from my section, my section
will bo represented, If this idea is
carried out by all who can mako
creditable exhibits, Oconoo's fair at
Westminster will be SOME FAIR.
<;o io it:
I >o it now.
Local News from South Union.
South Union, Oct. ii-Special: Eva
lee I lewis entertained tho young peo
plo with a birthday party Saturday
evening. Cake, lemonade and sand
wiches were served. All present en
joyed the party.
Airs. Mark i larris also entertained
a few >f Iii friends and relatives? nt
bis ?nene Thursday, tho ?Mb, with n
birt'.nia., tl i ii tn r. Those who enjoyed
this treat were Mrs. E. I.. Marri.-,
Misses liirdie und Millo Harris, Mr.
and Mrs. Will Gibson and son Roy,
and Mr. and Mrs. .1 H. Allen; also
little Alary Kathryn ll Ix. li was tho
birthday of Mr. Harris. Mr. Allen and
M try Kathryn.
Neville Mr.Junkin and family, of
Cornelia. Ga., are spending a fow
days with tho tailor's brother, \V. H.
Mc I tinkin.
Miss liirdie Harris. Mesdames J,
W. and Clyde Allen spent last Satur
day with tho latter's mother, Mrs.
Suit v.in, at Double Springs,
Mr. and Mrs. T. |\ Maren and lit
tle daughter, Christine, nccompnnled
hy \lr< \V. F. Casey, spent the week
end with relatives at Cannon. Ca.
Mrs. R, E. Tate and Mrs. Iva Es
kew were spond-tbo-day guests with
their sister, Mrs. Hill Randall, near
Lavenia. Ca., last Friday.
AV. ll. Mc.Iunkln ls on the sick list.
Wo hopo for his speedy recovery.
. J. S. Sinlth, .!. H. Allon, I). I?. Tate
motored to Elberton, Ga., and other
points ot Interest lasl Wednesday.
They report poor crops where they
traveled.
Mr. and Mrs. W. AV. Wes! and - h'l
dren returned t? riduy from an ex
tended Visit among relatives and '
friends al Easley,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sullivan, of
Westminster, enjoyed an opossum
supper on Wednesday evening at the '
home of Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Brown,
A Her they bad eaten all the 'possum,
'he nen foiks wont hunting for moro,
and thoir hunting was not In vain.
Wo were- Informed thnt Mr. Sullivan
carried n big one borne with bim. If
any of tho Westminster people meet
Jim on* tito street and bo happens to
bo grinning, ibero will bo no cause
for alarm.
Willie Allen spout tho week-end
with homo folks.
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Reeder visited
their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
A P, Hunt, recetln.y
Jjocul .Notes from Seneca.
Seneca, Oct. IO.-Hoy. I. IC Wal
lace and lt. D. Neill wero in Chester
last week a il en di ng tho Synod of
South Carolina, which convened in
that city. They represented tho Sen
eca Presbyterian church.
.Miss Kathleen Partner has roturn
cd to her homo ut Townville after a
pl m saut visit of one week to her sis
tor Mrs. H. K. Nimmons.
Tho frlondB of Mrs. Mary Clark
son were delighted to have a visit
from bor recently, although lt was
but a brief ono. aftor almost three
years' absence. Mrs. Clarkson's homo
was In Seneca until fdie adopted our
Capital </.y as ber homo.
Miss Nettio Jones, of Tamassce,
wa* a welcome visitor in tho city re
cently.
Mesdames Shiver and Evans and
Miss Carey Calhoun wore among Ibo
many out-of-town shoppers In Seneca
recently.
Tho first mooting of tho D A. R.
chapter for the season will bo held
Tuesday next, (he I 7th, at 4 o'clock.
Tho place of meeting will bo an
nounced later. There will bo an un
usual amount of husinoss to be trans
acted. Therefore n full membership
attendance is urged. Among tho mat
ters of business to bo considered^ the
election of representativos to the
State O. A. R. conference, which will
convene in Spartnnhurg tho middle
of November, will have a prominent
placo.
On last Saturday morning Mrs. W.
J. Lunney entertained for Miss Louise
Dendy, a bride-elect of this month,
in, tho form of a miscollaneobs
shower. The lovely home was deco
rated throughout with autumn How
ers. After half an hour was spent in
pleasant conversation, the honoree
was Invited to a chair in the center
of tho room. Tho hostess announced
that instead of serving refreshments
lo all she would servo only lier favor
ito. Little Miss Evelyn Marett, dress
ed as a maid, brought lu a tea-wagon
loaded with beautiful and useful
presents, which she placed in front
of tho hrlde-to-bo. To each gift was
attached an appropriate verse. These
were read hy Miss Ludle Jordan as
eaclt gift was oponed, A l ier all Ute
gifts wore opened the guests were
invited to the dining room, where de
licious punch and sandwiches were
served. A hon I Hf ty guests enjoyed
this delightful occasion.
SIN ACRES MADE HEVEN ?ALES
Without Cse ol' Any Poison-Record
Crop Crown hy Townsend.
I Creen wood Index-.lomani. )
Seven hales of cotton on six acres,
without tho use of boll weevil poison,
and with only tine, hundred pounds
of fertilizer per nero, is ?he record of
Joel Townsend, successful farmer of
Cokesbttry, this year. Mr. Townsend
has already picked four bales from
a six-acre tract at Cokesbttry, and be
lieves that ho will inck three more
good bales from the same tract.
The cotton is an early variety and
was planted on May Sib. Mr. 'Town
send used 2(H) pounds of acid phos
phate and 100 pounds of nitrate of
soda, mixed, and applied when the
colton was planted.
The cotton land has been planted
in crimson clover for about four
years, and Mr. Townsend believes
this was in a measure responsible for
tito large yield of cotton.
Tho cotton stalks are loaded from
top to bottom with bolls, and a fair
top-crop bas matured. The tract ls
away from was'o land and brush,
which harbor weevils, and this was
also partially responsihle for tho free
dom from weevil infestation, it is
believed.
To the Trade!
frfr -
.?.?J. IT IS (H it OPINION THAI'
frfr vv" ! LOCK MARKET HAS
frfr REACHED POTTOM,. .AND
frfr WE SEE I HOHER PRICES,
frfr AND WK ADVISE V(Hr TO
frfr R H Y VOIR REQUIRE?
frfr .WEXTS.
frfr -
frfr CHEAM LOAF
frfr An Execllenn Flour.. .$0.50
frfr DELLE Ol' imOAD
frfr WAY-Self-Rising . . . SO.?.",
frfr -
frfr A COMPLETE LINE OF thc
frfr FAMOUS ENIHCOTT-JOIIN
frfr SON AND PETERS' ALL"
frfr LEATHER SHOES AT
frfr PRICES THAT WILL IN?
frfr TER EST YOI*.
fr* -
frfr ALSO, MEN'S AND HOYS'
frfr CLOTHING, ANiXA HEAT
fr*U Tl FUL lil NE Ob* SWEAT
frfr EDS FOR ALL.
li-;2 ;v:. . UNION* S, c.
PROGRAM OE THE QUAH/TERLY
Mooting to bo Honl with Rocky Knoll
Baptist Church, Oct. tittil.
?Following is tho program for the
quarterly meeting to bo bold with
Kooky Knoll Baptist church on next
Sunday, Oct. 1 i tit, beginning nt it).30
a.m.:
Song-"How Firm a Foundation."
W.M.r. watchwords in unison.
Devotional- -Philippians. 1: G J Acts
lifi. By Mrs. L, M. Lyda.
Song-'We'll Work Till Jesus
Conies."
Welcome--Mrs. 10. 1). Simpson.
Response-Mrs. S. F. Sinclair.
Roll-call of churches lu Division 1.
(Answer with vorbal reports.)
Talk-"How can we reach and en
list churches In our association that
have no organization?"-Mrs. J. W.
Shelor.
Talk-"How to pay our campaign
pledges and overcome our oconomlc
problems."-Mrs. O. K. Brenzenle.
Discussion-"Tho 75 Million Cam
paign drive-Three marvelous years
of the campaign."-Rev. L. W. Lang
ston and Rev. L. M. Lyda.
Special music-Mrs. W. P. Leister.
Talk-"Helping State missions In
our R. A. chapter."-Mrs. J. P. Arm
strong.
Talk-".Lot us answer the call and
finish tho task."-Mrs. S. F. Reeder.
Chain of Prayers-For all tho 75
million campaign Interests in South
Carolina.
Adjournment one hour for lunch.
Afternoon Session.
novotionni-Mrs. S. IF. Sinclair.
'Demonstration of W.M.U. work hy
the ?iris of Rocky Knoll.
Talk-"Our greatest need and how i
to meet lt."-Miss .lanie Alexander, j
Special music - Mrs. W. P. Leister. '
.Mission Study and Missions-Mrs. I
George Smith.
Talk-"God is ahle to answer our
prayers"; (2) "Save to tho Utter
most."- Mrs. W. P. Leister.
Discussion-"Why Pray?"-Mrs.
.1. P. Armstrong. .
"Why Enlist?"-Mrs. S. F. Reeder.
"Why Study Missions?"-Mrs.Geo.
Smith.
"Why Tithe?"-Mrs. S.F. Sinclair.
Prayer-That we may bo laborers
together with God.-Mrs. O. K Bren
zealc.
Song-"Stand up for Jesus."
Dismissed.
We want every church in Division
1 to send delegates, and we cordially
invito the other divisions of Beaver
dam to meet with us.'
Mrs. w. s. Blanchott,
Divisional President.
Baptist S. S. Conv. at Wolf Stake.
The Beaverdam Baptist Sunday
School Convention will be held with
Wolf Stake* Baptist church on Satur
day and Sunday, Oct. 28 and 29. The
program ot* the convention will he
ii: next week's paper. .Make your ar
rangements for delegates now.
K. W. Marett. Secret;:ry,
Ira F. D. Andrews, Ch'in,
Flat Shoals School Opens Oct. 80.
All patrons of the Plat. Shoals
Gr? dod School are requested io take
notice thal the school will open on
Monday, Oct. '?Otb, and that tho com
pulsory attendance law will hecoino
operative in this school on Nov. 9th.
(Signed) J. S. Barrett, J. L.
Crow, Goo. Head, Trustees.
Subscribe for Tho Courior. (Best.)
SHERIFF'S SALK.
NOTICE is hereby given thai, pur
suant to authority given mo under
the law of South Carolina, I will sell,
to the highest bidden, for CASH, In
front of the Court House door, In
Walhalla, S. C., on Salosday in No
vember, 19 22, being MONDAY, tho
fi th day' of November, two automo
biles that have been solzed whilo be
ing used in the transportation of in
toxicating liquor and have been de
clared forfeited to'the State. Prop-,
erty described as follows:
One Ford Touring Car, motor No.
G09?7 39, S. C. License No.48-323,
captured while hoing driven hy Grady
L. Starnes and others.
Also, one Essex Touring Car, North
Carolina License Tag No. IO'G-380,
captured while being driven by D. B.
Moody. W. M. ALISANDER,
Sheri fr. Ocolnoo County, S. C.
Oct. 11. 1922. 11-11
NOTICE TO DFBTORS AND
CREDITORS.
All persons In dob ted to tho Estate
of A. P. CRISP, Deceased, aro here
by notified lo make payment to the
undersigned, and all poisons having
claims against tho said Estate will
present tho same, duly attested,
--?
An INCREASING, life
Totally and Permanent!
or disease before age 60.
The Mutual Life
or NEW
$100 n month during Orat e yon
3200 thereafter for life. No fu
Dion $10,000 nt your deifth to :
don th, at any age. i- accidental
Income for a term of years or U
: ing .'. months regn dod, during
mnnonl.
JAS. M.
District Sup?
Walhalla, - -
W:: Around five Thousand Pairs of ?
Now in Stock,
They are from the best Shoe Makers
in the world.
1500 pairs Godman's, for Women
Children.
1200 pairs Red Goose, for Boys and
Girls.
300 pairs Women's Fine Shoes and
.Oxfords.
300 pairs Endicott-Johnson's Med
ium Priced Shoes for Men.
200 pairs Florsheims and other
special brands.
LET'S HAVE YOUR SHOE BILL
Many Stylish Coats, Suits, Skirts and Wool and
Silk Dresses.
Men's and Boys' Clothing, Overcoats, Raincoats.
Cotton Piece Goods, Woolen Goods and Silks.
Zj'/ye Biggest StocK Ever Shown in Oconee County-and our
"Sells 'Em, for Less" Prices Always Please.
J. E. HARPER. Prop. - : - = SENECA, S. C.
jjfSXSiTiaB^Ty.^^rvTVX^ affiBaBBBBWMWB BgaMmmMBMBB
within the timo prescribed by law,
or bo barred
Mrs. BESSIE C. CRISP,
Executrix of fhe Instate of A. P.
Crisp, Deceased.
Sept. 13, 1922. 38-11
SUMMONS I OU BELIEF.
Tho State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.
IN COURT OF COMMON' PLEAS.
William J. Stribling and John B.
Dendy, as partners, doing bu 'ness
under style and finn name of btrlb
ling &. Dendy, and E. L, Ilerndon,
Plaintiffs,
against
John L. Singleton, Defendant.
(Summons for Relief.-Complaint
Served.)
To tho D?fendant Above Named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer tho Complaint in
this action, of which a copy was flied
in olllcc of Clerk of'Court for Oconee
County, at Walhalla, S. C., on Ibo
1Sth day of September, Iii22, and to
serve a copy of your Answer to tho
said Complaint on tho subscriber, at
\S\H olllce, on tho Public Square, nt
Walhalla Court House, South Caro
lina, within twenty ?aya after the
service hereof, exclusive of the day
of such service; and if you fall lo
Biiswci the Complaint within the
time aforesaid, the Plaintiffs in this
action will apply to the Court for tho
rollef demanded In tho Complaint.
Huted this 18th day of September,
1 li 2 2.
STU 1 BLI NC, ft DENDY,
E. L. 11 URN DON,
Plaintiffs' Attorneys
Oct. ll, 1922. 41-43
eneca
Warehouse
CAPACITY 5.000 BALES
C H AR G ES
?long Monthly Income if
ly Disabled by accident
.Storage and Insurance, 30c. per month.
Liberal Cash Advances on Stored Cotton.
Interest Rate, 6 Per Cent Per Annum on all
New Business.
G. W. GIGNILLIAT, President.
Porting Good
We have in stock at both our
stores a nice line of 'SPORTING
GOODS.
* Insurance Co.,
YORK.
irs. $160 during nc\i 5 yearn,
irthor premium (topos!(s. And
your heneilciary, or $20,000 if
, payable in a Single Bimi, Ol' as
>r life. Total disability last
fur! lier continuance, as per
MOSS,
arintendent,
m South Carolina.
GUNS AND AMMUNITION.
Special loaded shells for squirrel, rabbit, duck and
quail. We also have the Buck Shot for deer and
bear should you run upon these animals.
Hunting Suits, Leggins ahd many other things
you can find at our stores that you will need.
-SPECIAL PRICES ON
BUGGIES .;. WAGONS
HARNESS.
Whitmire-Marett Hdw
HARDWARE HEADQUARTERS
WESTMINSTER WALHALLA
(IMiono No. SO.) (Phone No. ll.)
SOUTH CAROLINA
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