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WALHALLA, S. C.:
' WEHN ESRA V? OCT. ll, 1!>22.
STATEMENT OP THE OWNERSHIP
Management, Circulation, etc., of Thc
Ken woe Courier, Published Week
ly ab Walhalla, H. C., Required by
tho Act of August 24, 1012.
(Statement for Oct. 1st, 11)22.)
Publishor-J. A. Stock, Walhalla,
Editor-J. A. Steck, Walhalla, S.
Owners-Sleek, Sholor, Hughs &
Sholor-(Partnership)-J. A. Steck,
J. W. Sholor, W. C. Hughs, T. B.
Sholor, all of Walhalla, S. C.
Known bond-holders, mortgagees,
and other security holders-None.
J. A. STECK,
Editor and Publisher.
Sworn to and subscribed bolero mo
this 51 ii day of October, 1022.
(Seal) M. H. MCDONALD,
Notary Public for S. C.
PO H THE NEAR EAST.
A. E. .Lov.w, Stale Chairman for
South Carolina for tho Near East Re
lief Association, received to-day (Oct.
nh) ?i telegram vf rom C. V. VI ck rey,
national secretary, saying Hint tho
ex cuUvo commit Ive ol' Ibo .Near East
Itelief, responding ic? tho request of
??(ber philanthropic societies, author
Jy.od (bo uso of (he Near East Rollof
organization throughout Hie United
Stotts in collection ol' finnis to meet
the needs ol' the Sniyrb.i relief disas
ter. The .Near East Itelief personnel
overseas ls already serving as central
agency tor distribution ol' American
A cablegram bas been received
from Constantinople from Mr. Ja
quith, overseas director, forwarded
lo.the Hiato olllccs, appealing to tho
Slate organizations for help. The ref
ugees-200,000 in number-having
eaten all tho food they ni',0 able to
get ill their Hight, from war, tire and
porcnsiition, nre now entirely depend
ent on help from tho outside world.
lt is estimated that there are 400,
000 in Hight, thousands In need of
medica] attention. Many aro going
crazy. There is ii larg?? number of
suicides. Cholera and smallpox are
feared. Armenian and (Jreek girls
ave tom away from I h ell' families.
Air. Lever asks thai South Caro
linians respond to ibis roll. Contri
butions should bo sent io William ll.
GIbhes, Jr., state Treasurer, HI25
Malu street, Columbia, S. C. (If more
convenient Oconeo contributors may
l'Omit io tiny one of (be I breo papers
in (be county, mid the contribuions
will b<> forwarded lo headquarters.)
* DEKEH CIPHNING TAX HOOKS.
Columbia, (>rt. i.-Willi tho up.
provill of Governor Harvey, Walter
E. Duiicmi, Comptroller General, to
day announced (bat the opening of
Hie ins books tor the collection of
State, count) and school taxes for
11)22, won bi bo deferred from Oct.
15 to Nov. 15, Tho postponement is
decided upon, Mr. Duncan announced,
because ol' I he delay of Hie Tax Com"
mis-iou in g liing out assessments
for corporations, nnd thc recent ex
tension of the period for the payment
of IJ iv: 1 taxes.
< 'ard ol' Thanks.
Editor i i owen Courlor:
We wish 'o lhank all those who
' '. !,'?1 'u- 'M Ibo protection of bur
home during the nie last Sunday af
ternoon, Mny Cod's riches! blessing
be upbll I hem ls our prayer.
C c. Cronshaw and Family,
West Union, S. C.. Oct, .J, -adv.
sui i. cr' >o for Thc Courier. (Best.)
MHS. FULTON SUCCEEDS WATSON
Ls aa Old-Fnshloned Mother - Docs
Not Hc.'sitato Expr?s? Views.
Cartorsvllle, Qa., Oct. 4.-"A wo
man who has lived to bo elghty-sevon
and still retains her optiutism over
tho outlook for human control >ln
America cannot help bul realize th.tl
lt is not so much a question of laws
to govorn men and wollten ns lt is a
question of enforcement."
That was tho Statement of Mrs. W.
II, Felton, who has b?conio tho flrs,t
woman United Slates, Senator, as sho
declared at lier homo hero to-day,
that sho is succeeding tho late Thoa.
F. Watson, without "exciting" hor
self over such questions as the tariff,
tho bouus and tho "fast disappear
ing" flapper/typo of girl.
"Good laws and good lawmakers,"
she continued, "wo already havo. 1
shall not strive to win glory in tho
sphere of statesmanship. If only 1
can aid in making men and women
live eleanor, sweoter and moro wholo
somo lives 1 shall bo well satisfied."
Mrs. Felton reminds one of tho
old-fashioned mother portrayed on
thc American stage to-day. lier hair
is as white as snow and ber face is
wrinkled, but, despite her age she is
very active. Sho possesses a mag
netic-personality. Although retiring
In her manner sho talks as fluently
ns sho writes, and does not hesitate
to express ber views.
"I am not interested in tho fast
disappearing flapper type of girl,"
she smiled as she removed her gold
rimmed glasses, "but I nih interested
in the modern young woman. The
light of a new day is growing bright
er for women in America, and with
their advancement wo shall seo a
generally advanced typo of civiliza
"A strong nation ls dependent up
on its women, and tho manner <n
which the women of this conutrv
grasp their opportunities will deter
mine most of tho great issues of the
"Woman's entry into-politics is tho
most romantic development in this
country's history, lt comes about be
cause our great problems to-day are
social and economic, and this is
work in which women aro needed.
"1 mn thankful for tho good laws
thai wo liave now, hut even more
importan! aro the greater laws that
society must observe if we are to
have a strong citizenry. Wo must,
have moro thought of tho simple,
sweet virtues of lifo, men and wo- ?
men must bo good because they want'
to bc good.
"No amount of legislation can
make them good," she asserted, |
' though the future of our nation and
Of our race depends largely upon it.
"I see a better citizenry coming to
America only through efforts to im
prove our living standards. The
working man must have a living
wage. He must not bo forced too
much in competition with unskilled
labor from abroad. There must be
Senator Felton declared that tho
legislation this country most needs
to-day is thal gained "at tho knees of
tho mothers of America-^-laws th it
are greater than laws."
A PITY TO LOSE
3 Sc "Danderin?" Saves Your
Only fools let hair fall out and |
dandruff stay. Neglect n ouns a bald I
spot shortly. A Utile "DAndorine"
now will save your hair, This do-j
light ful tonic cleans tee scalp of
every particle ot dandruff, tightens
the hair-root poros, so tho hair stops
coming out, and BO tho vitalizing
oils, which are the very lifo and
Blrongth of tho hair, cannot ooze
Dandorino is not sticky or greasy.
lt lins mado weal:, sielt, neglected
hair strong an 1 healthy for millions
of men and women. Your comb or
brush ls warning you. Hurry to any
Orug store and get a bcttlo now. Do
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(Greonvlllu Piedmont.) .
.Many persons believe it is wholly
proper for them to buy und drink
whiskoy so long as ibo samo privi
lege is denied to tho masses of poor
people. Tho tremendous harm th.it
is wrought by ibis attttudo was de
scribed by United States Distriot
Judgo Edwin Yates Wobb, of North
Carolina, in his charge to Die grand
jury at Charlotte this wcok. He said:
"Tho man who helps bring about
prohibition because ho does not
want 'nut workers to bo economi
cally affected by whiskey 'rink
ing; tho man who belloves in pro
hibition because lt brings prollts
to his business, but who thinks it
is entiroly proper for him to re
pair to tho second story of his pal
ace and drink to bis heart's con-,
tont tho liquor he has bought at
tho expenso of ibo law's violation,
ls tho man who stirs anarchistic
sentiment in this country.
"It is surprising to mo how many
high class citizens are doing this
very thing-men who aro respect
ed in their communities, who oth
erwise arc above reproach, but
who go out alni buy liquor thal
has boon sold In violation of.tho
law, and think they havo n. perfect
right to do it. They do not havo
that right. When they buy liquor
somebody else violates tho law in
order thal they may possess lt. and
to that extent they aro aiding In
this lawlessness, not merely lend
ing thoir countenance lo Jtt, but ac
tually aro partners in tho crimes
being committed, lt ls not a mark
of good citizenship. That conduct
ls tho beginning of anarchy, of
class privileges, and of disrespect
if they did not have customers,
blind tigers and bootleggers would
have to go out of business. The buyer
of liquor is morally as guilty of crime
as tho manufacturer and seller. Yot,
as fudge Webb points out, many
good citizens feel that "another little
drink won't do any harm," and pro
ceed to stock up. Liquor drinking is
still considered respectable in many
quarters, especially in the higher so
cial circles. Consequently! tho very
people* who have most to lose from
anarchy aro doing most to create lt.
In tho recent campaign for State
vOfllcos in South Carolina ono of the
candidates for Governor constantly
declared that tho result of prohibi
tion is that tho rich got all tho liquor
they want while tho poor peoplo aro
(icu i cd it.
To Curo a Cold in Ono Day
Take LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE (Tablets.) It
stoim tho Cough and Headache and works ott the
Cold. E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 30c.
PACES CHARGE OF STEALING
Automobiles-Four Cars Located in
A dispatch from Greenwood says:
Charged with tho theft of seven
automobiles, J. P. Passey, president
of thc T. TV Distributing Company,
of Greenwood, and a member of a
prominent and respected family, is
being held in the Clarke county jail
at Athens, Ga. He ls alleged to havo
confessed to taking tho cars and to
have implicated others.
Hussey is the son of a Baptist
minister, Revi Gcorgo W. Bussoy, of
Greenwood, and is a graduate of Fur
? Hussey was arrested at liartwoll,
Ga., according to information reach
ing here, charged with the theft of
a Po rd coupo In Athens, in jail at
Allions ho is alleged to have con
fessed to the theft Ot six others. Ift
his alleged confession be claimed bo
bad carried all tho cars to Greenville,
Whore, ho said, ho sold them to a
second-hand car dealer. Hussey said
he s,tole his first car about a year
ago and found it so easy that he kopt
Hussey organized the T. T. Dis
tributing Company, a firm handling
a device for towing automobiles with
out a driver in tho second car. Ho
invented it and patented the contriv
ance; and his firm bad representa
tives in various parts of tho country.
In'jail Bussoy is said to havo as
serted that "they can luke mo out
and hang mo for all I caro, hut think
what all Ibis means to ttho onos I
love and tho ones who love mo."
Hussey ls married. Ills wifo has
returned to her former homo In At
Mattress Knetory Complete Loss.
Greenville, Oct. I.- Fire originat
ing from ti short circuit at an dec
irle switch In tho roar building of tho
VnnWyck Mattress Factory nbout
.?..30 o'clock this afternoon complete
ly destroyed'the plant and a largo
quantity of cotton, Involving a loss
estimated at about $75,000, accord
ing to E. v. Lockhart, general man
1 agor of tho concern.
TWO APPRECIATIVE CITIZENS.
Older People Being (??ven .Chances
Denied Them In Younger Days.
Boono's Creek, ~~Oconoo County,
Sept. 26.-Editor Koolee Courier:
I am taking this opportunity to tell
tho readers of Tho Courier how yory
thankful wo pooplo of this day and
time ought to he. We have been
having a splendid, adult school at
this phico, and wo older people are
being rtven chances that we did not
have in our younger days. It is the
greatest thing lil tho educational
lino that has been established by our
Somo ilfty or sixty attonded add
did splendid work. Some of thom
could neither read nor write, and
now they can do both.
Ono night in every week we used
for debatos, contests, spelling or ar
ithmetic matches, and also reading.
We studied ibo B.Y.P.U. or Sun
day school lesson, and our teachors
always road interesting stories.
This school has boen a great help
to nie, and I feel that lt bas helpod
tho entlro 'community. We hope to
havo another one next year,
Good wishes to Tho Courier read
er?. F. R. Chapman.
Learned to Rend nt ?2.
Boone's Creek School, Salem, S.
C., Sept. 25, ly22.-.Editor of Tho
Courier, Walhalla, S. C.-Dear Slr:
Won't you pleaso print this lettor in
your valuable paper? I could not
write when I started to adult school
four weeks ago, but I am thankful to
say that now I can wrlto somo: I
have been requested to write a littlo
article about our school to bo pub
lished in your paper.
Thanking you in advance for pub
lishing it, I am,
Yours very truly,
J. D. Brown.
P. S.-I am now sixty-two (62)
years old, and I want to encourage
every ignorant person, no matter
how old they are, to take advantage
of these schools. I am thankful to
our Board of Education.
FINLAY TO BEGIN AS BISHOP.
"Will Assume Direction of Upper Caro
lina Diocese. On Oct. loth.
Charleston, Oct. 4.-Tho Rt. Rev.
William A. Querry, bishop'of South j
Carolina, returned yesterday from !
ibo Triennial General Convention of J
the Episcopal church at .Portland,
Oregon. Ile was accompanied by
On Oct. loth, at Columbia, Bishop
Querry will turn over direction of
j thc new Upper Carolina Diocese to
Rt. Rev. Klrkinnn G. Finlay, who has
I been bishop coadjutor for tho old
?diocese. On Oct. 17th an' adjourned
meeting of-the council of tho diocese
j of South Carolina will be held In
Grace church, Charleston, for tho
purpose of effecting necessary reor
ganization. Bishop Guerry will con
tinuo to reside in Charleston. .
An ugly cut ?
is antiseptic and
Anderson Farmer Hms $25,000 Fire.
Anderson, Oct. 4.--?Fire having its
origin in tho spontaneous combus
! Hon of many tons of green peavlne
hay and alfalfa, this morning about
; 4.30 o'clock, completely destroyed
! two large barns on tho farm of Frank
Ll, Rhody, some throe milos from An
derson, Included in tho loll of the
disastrous lire were seven mules,
four of which escaped, but were later
shot; seven hogs, as well as approxi
mately 100 tons of .peavlne hay and
alfalfa and much modern farm' ma
chinery. The total damage is esti
mated hy Mr. Rhody at approximate
ly $25,000, Tho seven mules alone
were worth approximately $1,400. In
surance was carried to cover tho two
large barns, implements and feed
stuffs. Mr. Rhody had carried insur
ance on bis slock for tho past twenty
five years, but only Inst year bc fail
od to renew his policlos on his stock.
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Auto and IMO Quarts Seized.
Columbia, Oct. 4.-A costly auto
mobile with 3 10 quarts of whiskey
was seized, and throe men, who made
claim to Pittsburg as their home, j
were arrested hero this afternoon by
city ami F?deral officers, after an ox
citing cbaso through tho city. The
names given by tho throe men woro
Harry Hart, Nat Seigol and, Harry
Throe license tags woro found In
the machine, showing motor ltconst/,
Issued by Florida, Connecticut and
Tho mon arrested told tho oillcors
I tho whiskey cost thom $1,600.
The Keow'ee Couria
Either paper well \
Price of Both. C
"T HAVE TAKEN Cardi
weak too," says Mrs. Silvie
"Cardui did me just lots of
it to my daughter. She com
sides and back. She took !
her condition was much beti
"We have lived here, near
now w?jiave our own hon
work pretty hard, as this cc
made it hard on us.
"I WISH I could tell wt
medicine that helped give r,
do my work." T/tis cardfu
THOMAS LAWSON IS BANKRUPT
His Beautiful Homo Sold- Known
Through "Frenzied Finance"
Boston, Oct. 5.-The whereabouts'
of Thomas W. Lawson, financiar,who
has had to put his South Shore es
tate, Dreamwood, on tho auction
block to make up for stock market
losses, wero still a mystery to-night.
Relatives, business associates and
friends w*r.e without word from him
since he left tho home of his sister,
Miss Mary Lawson, at Southwost Har
bor, Maine, yesterday.
It appeared to be pretty well
agreed among those interestod^-that,
upset over the loss of tho homestead
which ho built and furnished nt a
cost of about three and a half mil
lions, and in which he had brought
up his family, now scattered by
death and marriage,'he had decide,
to go somewhere for a chango of
scene. Tho ranch homo of his daugh
ter, Mrs. Henry McColl, nt Prine
vi Ile, Oregon, was considered the
most likely place for him to havo
gone for rest and recreation. !
With tho financiar, who is now in
his 66th year, is a maid, a servant of
many years' service in thc Lawson
home. Sho has always accompanied
him to caro for his things, Iiis asso
ciates said, ami when ho decided sud
denly to leavt? his sister's summer
homo, he directed tho maid to ac
Lawson ls fiafto and Well.
Southwest Harbor, Me., Oct. G.
Thomas W. Lawson, for whom somo
anxiety was expressed by closo
friends in Boston, is safo and well,
according to word received to-day by
Miss Alary Lawson, his sistor, resid
ing at Sonicrsville, Maine.
To Stop a Cough Quick
toko ' HAYES' HEALING HONEY, ?
cough medicino which stops the cougb by
bealing tho inflomedf anti irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Croup is enclosed with every bottlo of?
HAYES" HEALING HONEY: The snlvo
should bo rubbed on tho chest and throat
of children suffering from o Cold or Croup.
Tho heaH?i) effect of Hayes'llcnllntf Honey in
dite the thront combined with tho hcnllng effect or
Grove's O-Pon-Trato Salvo through tho porco of
ttip ?kt? Boon stops a couMh.
Doth remedies aro packed in one carton and the
cost of tho combined treatment is 35c.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
Thero aro moro than 50,000 farms
For 12 Months
)rder yours AOW.
ni for run-down, worn-out
and sleeplessness, and I was
: Estes, of Jennings, Okla.
good-so much that I gave
[plained of a soreness in her
three bottles of Cardui and
Jennings, for 26 years, and
ie in town. I have had to
luntry wasn't built up, and it
eak women of Cardui-the
ne the strength to go on and
(fils her wish.
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Walhalla, S. C.
INCOME AND GASOLINE TAXES
Ilavo Drought Into Stat? Treasury
Xeurly Million und Half Dollars.
Columbia, Oct. 4, - Collections
from tho Slato incomo and gasoline
taxes through September 30 amount
ed to $.1,304,046.04, it was announc
ed to-day by Stato Treasurer Carter.
From tho Income tax tho total re
colvofl was $867,080.20, whllo tho
rovonuo from tho two couts a gallon
tax du gnsollno amounted to $43,
557.3.-?. . .
Hocoipts from tho Inheritance tax,
which was provldod for at tho Inst
session of tho Stnto Loglslaturo,whon
th'e Income and gasoline taxes woro
authorized, havo boon small, it was
stated, but tho corporation license
tax has Increased tho Slato's Incomo
by a largo sum.
Somo dealers aro paying tho gnso
llno tax under protost, and havo an
nounced through Signed adverttso
monts, that thoy Intend to contest It's
constitutionality by court action.
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