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WAI?1?AT>TJA, SOUTH QAjtOjrjyA, . \viap^s,i>AY, APRIL 20, 1021. New Series No. 808. -- Volum? T.XV_v? New Dtess Goods and Notions. Our New Dress Goods and Notion^ have arrived. We will be glad to show you these Goods and the prices are so attractive that you will buy. Best quality Dress Ginghams, in new Spring Styles, only 20c. CW. & J.E. Bauknight, WALHALLA, S. C. IT PAYS TO BUY FOR CASH. Horses ? Mules -I HAVE ABOUT -- 35 Head of Good Young Horses and Mules to Sell ? '. . ' ? " and they^are wortft^tfet ^Q"^^^ kind you will n?calor% tne heavy* spring work, ia* Als? have Buggies, Wagons and Harness, Oliver Plows and Repairs; Chattanooga Plows and Repairs-all to go at right prices. ?3* Milk Cows and Beef Cattle. ? Come and see nie. W. ??. Brown, WALHALLA, S. C. Ladies9 and Men's Cotton Hose, 3 Pairs for 25c. for 2 Weeks Only. - GIRLSDINTED - Apply at Mill Office at once. WALHALLA, S. C. IMPORTANT TRUSTEE M RUTING J o Ito Hold nt lho Court House on Friday of This Week? April 22. The following notice has been is sued and mailed to all the school trustees of Oconee county by the Su perintendent of Education: Walhalla, S. 0M April 18th, 1021. To tho Trustees of Oconee County: Gentlemen: Wo can't impress upon you too strongly the necessity of your befog present nt tho next meeting of our Association, -which will bo held at tho Walhalla Court House next Fri day, April 22d, 1021, at IO o'clock Ai M. Wo aro axking tho County Hoard of Education and Oconee delegation to meet with us to help solve thc financial situation of our schools. .Muny other important matters will bo taken up. Come. Respectfully yours, li. C. SPEARES, Supt. of Education. The harbor of Dundoo Itj one of the finest, safest and most conven ient in tho United Kingdom. A groat proportion of tho adult population of Newfoundland is on jjaged In tho fisheries Industry. Cherokee Sheriff Claimed by Death. Gaffnov, S. C., April 15.-Sheriff W. W. Thomas died at Iii? homo this morning at t> o'clock as tho result of a stroke of paralysis which he sus tained last Sunday morning. Very little hope was entertained for his recovory from tho first, but the end was not expected so soon. Ho was born BC years ago at San tnc, in Union county. He wns twlco married, his wife surviving him. Ho was elected sheriff of Chorpkee in 1S ?? 8, and served continuously in that capacity until his death. Oconee S.-A. Singing Convention. Tho Oconee County Senii-Annual Singing Convention will meet with tho Wolf Stake church, three miles northeast of Wost Union, on Sunday, May 1st. All churches and Sunday schools aro urged to send delegates and all good singers and lovors of music aro invited. Como and bring woll-flllod baskets and lot us havo a good day of prayer and praise to the vLord. W. 'M, Lom mons, Pros. W. E. King. Secretary. China claims to have issued a newspaper in tho early centuries of tho Christian ora. TORNADO IN WEST CLAIMS MAN liivcs n?ul Much Property Diminue. Worst'Snow of Winter in Rockies. \ Ul ' Little Rock, Ark., April 16.-Fifty known dead and more than a hun dred persons injured have been/ rer ported in dispatcher receive! here from sections of Southeast Arkansas, swept last night by a tornado. Most of tho loss of life and the greatest property damage occurred i in small communities iii Miller and Hempstead counties. .Several fatalities were reportod in Miller county, and dispatches from j Hope, in Hempstead county, al noon, 1 co#U.iined a list of twenty dead. Business in that town had been prac tically suspended and every one was ' giving attention to storm sufferers IA fund of $2,000 was raised th'o*ro' j this morning and relief committees . were hoing formed, lt was estimated ; that the damage in Hempstead couri ty would, exceed $10 0,000. . Reports from Prescott,. n Nevada county, just east of Hompstead, coil tained a list of 15 dead in Hempstead county, near the Nevada line, lt wal also reported that lfl negroes Had been found in a remote section, Ofj1 tho county, but there is no verifica tion of this report. ' One fatality was reported front Gravelly, in Yell county, ten miles; north of Hempstead, and severe^ property damage is reported < frot? Wrlghtsville, 18 miles from LlttbW Rock. Death List Mounts Rapidly, Little Rock-Later.-A rapidly mounting death list that may exceed/ fifty, dozens of persons injured ana property damage as yet unestimate^d are results of the tornado th,at cut a wide swath across Miller an' Hempstead counties. Arkansas, an from the storm aroa augment rather than diminish the extent of the dam age, and because of tho paralyzed condition of wire communication of ficials were of tho opinion that sev eral days might elapse before the destruction is definitely known. Apparently tho.heaviest loss of life and property waa caused Jn the two Arkansas counties, in the rural sec tions of upper Miller county, near Texarkana, 11 persons are known ?to have been killed and largo numbers injured. ?Mspatches state that from 10 to 20 persons were killed and that scores were injured near Hope. In Texas tho damage was in thc vicinity of Varoll, a thickly settled farming center wost of Texarkana. The dispatch reported an unknown number killed and injured. Heavy Snowfall. Denver, Colo., April 16.-The Rocky Mountain region to-day was slowly recovering from Hie effects of tho worst storm of the winter, which yesterday covered the district with snow, ranging from ll to 14 inches, blockaded railroads and paralyzed wiro communication in most direc tions from Denver. Train service to the south, annulled lust night, was expected to be resumed lo-dny. Chicago Wiro Service Out. Chicago, April 1 (5.--Telegraphic communication in tho western and southwestern sections of the country virtually were paralyzed to-day, ac cording to reports received boro by telegraph companies. A gale of high velocity, accompanied by a cold, driv ing rain, struck Chicago last night, with conditions but slightly I nt prov ed to-day. Tho storm was moving to tlio eastward. Lives Lost in Texas. Dallns, Texas, April 1G.-At least sovon lives were lost in a tornado in Northeastern Texas late yosterday. After sweeping sections of Smith, Wood, Gregg, Cass and Bowie coun ties tho storm passed, into Miller and Hempstead counties, Arkansas,where moro than a score oL porsons wore roported killed. Scores of porsons were reported injured in the affected aroa in Texas. Six of tho Texas fa talities wore at Avingor, Cass coun ty, and one nt Atlanta. Tho Center Township Singers. Tho Center To\vnsrip Singing As sociation will moot with Boaverdam Baptist church, Pftlr Play, on tho fourth Sunday in April, tho 24th, at 2 o'clock p. nt. Xii singers and lovers o.f music are^nvited. J. W. S. King, Secretary and Treasurer. ??TBS FROM SKNECA. Cundy Salo Sat urd?? y, und ich Vaudeville Thursday. 'April 19.--Special: Mrs. ?t??M?? v-Henth Spring, arrived Frl inhig and will spend several ith .Dr, and Mrs. J. S. Strib rs. Stribling ia a daughter ..Hell. Ir?inglpton Vernor loft for ?at?^^o, Ca., the latter part of the^^lt Aveek for a visit Ot sevoral daj" ?nd( Mrs.'Wayman Holland their week-end guest Mr, H oj? lister:;, Mrs. J. t?. Brownlee [j&'A. .M. Erwin, of Antrovlllo, 7tallie f?ltton, of. Anderson. Ilelen Carey returned homo Sf from a pleasant visit1 of two li the "Cate City." , Holleman ls in Greenville g Federal Court as a jury jVor Brown, of Gaffney High Scli?||F family, was (lu: ftttroctive * Mrs. L. W. Vorder for the Miss -Brown lias a. largo fy'warm friends who always 3t?H4$'0< cordial welcome.-on'her vc jits to Seneca, her, former E. Stribling, Mrs. C. V. [Vfind Charles Stribling, of G?fejffi>4jl?? made a brief visit to fr^?jj[8t'h?ro the past week. ?3 Mrs.. R. E. Runion and ^wa (Mrs. Runion's father) laving Seneca thia week for j^jfce, Ga., where they will Mn j|6 make their home. During years' residence here they ade many clqse friends, who seo them leave. Mr.. Runion ^eptably- Ailed the position, of Jl'-^xe^ wouths he best of wishoB for good health and a full measure of pros perity follow them to their Georgia phonic. Circle No. 3 of the Woman's Aux iliary of the Presbyterian church will hold a plo sale next Saturday morning in tho former store room of Byrd & Reid. The salo will begin at 10.30 o'clock. The circle invites the ladies of tho town and vicinity lo be on hand oarly to make their selections of pies for their Sunday dinners. There will be a large as sortment of the choicest pies that will surely melt in your mouth and make you want moro, and they will be made by some of the finest cooks in town! We bespeak for the ladies who have the pie salo In charge the samo liberal patronage of the public they have always given such, worthy causes. In addition to tho pies there will be on sale some of the most de licious home-made candy you have over eaten. Just try some n^pd seo for yourselves that it is the best vari ety. Remember the pie and candy salo next Saturday morning In the former store room of Byrd & Reid. On Thursday night, at the school auditorium, there will be a "French Vaudeville," given by tho leading talent of tho town. The bride will bo attendod by a largo cortege of llower girls, maids in waiting, choir boys, among whom will be Caruso, also Parrar, and last but not least, tho groom himself. Come, one and all, if you want an evening's fun, for lt will lie there .for you for tho small sum of 5f)C. nnd 30c. Kboiiozor Mooting Postponed. Tho meoting of tho Ebenezer Jer sey Bull Association, advertised else where in this issue for lObenezer on Thursday night, has boon postponed until further notice, as thero will bo closing exercises of tho school on Thursday night at tho school house. All aro urged to take due note of this fact and govern themselves ac cordingly. Geo. B. Briggs, County Agent. Nine Injured in Hallway Mishap. Charlotte, N. C., April 18.-Nine poisons were slightly Injured at Ohlna Grove, near hore, this morn ing when Southern raliway passon1 ?er trains Nos. 37 and 137 woro side swiped by a hanging door on a north bound freight train. Four of tho in lured were brought to local hospitals tor caro and attention. Australian high schools toacli tho fapanoso language. I have several | Used Automobil for Sale at fail terms to suit tl Arthur Walhall! FA IM! li HS' SOX WAS DRAGGED To Death-Mulo lightens and Doy Gets Tangled in Plow Gears. (Anderson Mail, April 16.) As a result of injuries received when he was dragged for nearly a mlle, after having been tangled In the harness of a frightened mule, the 13-year-old son of Cliff Lollis, of near Honea Path, died late Thurs lay afternoon. Mr. Hollis, the father, is a prominent farmer of the Honea Path soction of this county. The accident occurred Thursday, after the day's work had been\ finish JJ't L__ "-"U?_ ?L&V_I2_*_____ . l^?oa?;iri?hte>xed ???J^Mve^^the, .y^ngV^?y-to^ . ness* not having been removed from the animal, the hoy < was entangled In them and hurled to the ground with much force. He was dragged j for possibly a mlle beforo the mule could ho caught It was stated that! young Lollis was still alive when he was rescued from the harness, but died before reaching the home. 9 In addition to his mol her and fa ther, Mr. and" Mrs. Cliff Lolita, the boy ls survived by several brothers and sisters. Cn veil Monument t<> J. A. Callahain, Olive Camp, No. 4 12, Woodmen of the World, will unveil a monu ment, to tho late J. ?. Callaham, at Cross Roads church (Cross Roads No. 1) on Sunday afternoon, April 3 0th, at 3 o'clock. They will bo as sisted by Friendship Camp and all neighboring camps. Tho public in general is cordially Invited. Mr. Cal laham was ono of the prominent members of tho Woodmen order in Oconee county. SUPERVISOR St APPE. Calls for Funds to be Supp is to bc Contint Supervisor's Last. Appeal. Friends and Fellow Citizens of Oco nee County: I appeal to each one of you to come to my rescue in this my great est hour of need, that 1 may bo en abled, through your aid, to obtain tho money with which to render you tho proper servico in working your roads, and at least keeping your bridges so you can travel ovor thom. I need forty thousand dollars in order to carry out my plans and to work out at least ono thousand miles of your roads and put in iron cul verts, repairs und so on, for this year. As the county funds havo already boen exhausted, won't you and I put up our personal notes, if necessary, in order to borrow this money with which to carry on this work? If you will do so wo Will ?pond overy cent of lt for tho above men tioned purpodo. I feel suro that the bankers of our county will come to our roscuo if wo do our part. Now, Mr. Banker, Mr. Business Man and Mr. Fnrmor, do you want this work dono? I fool suro that you do. Thon ploaso holp nd Trucks ^ood es and Trucks r prices, and ie purchaser. Brown, *, 5. c. IS TO RENEWING CERTIFICATES [togllhvtion of Stat? ISoard of Educa tion in Regard to Matter. The following regulation for the .ono. wul of cert i il catos has beet! adopted hy the Stete Board of Educa tion: "Any outstanding first grade State ?eftificate may bo renewed upon pre l?ntation to the State Board of Ex aminers of one. year's successful and icceptable classroom experience by the holder during the term covered l>y such certl?ckt?, with ' his or her request for the renewal,,of /a, first. ?rade .^M?oft.^^ -, together; wi th?v;ay , written endorsement frpm the;?inph~ by, Super in tepdentyor >Hj^M|& h?li?lent;^*' from 1 the boiW^T*wr^ tr let trustees! A second ?rade cor-, tif?ente is ronewabl? only upon tho presentation of a record of success ful and satisfactory Bummer school work. A third grade certiilcate shalll not ho renewed." Teachers now holding permits granted at the request of tho Coun ty Superintendent must take the reg ular examination required of all ap-' pllcants if thoy expect to toach dur ing the session 1021-1022. Out standing permits aro not renewable* nor transferable, and under no cir cumstances shall u second grade per in! t bo issued to any teacher. The next teachers' examination tvlll be hold on Saturday, May 7th. Respectfully, L C. -poares, Superintendent oi Education. Woman Chosen Department Heart. Washington, April 10.-Mary An~ lerson, of Illinois, was nominatod by ^resident Harding to-day to be dl .octor of tho woman's huronu of tho Department of Labor. [OCKLEY ALS FOR HELP. ?lied by Citizens if Work led on Roads. ? whatover way you can to bring it o pass. Tho work is so very import ait that it makes my- heart ache to ontomplate its hoing cut off even or another year. Now, Brother Son tor and Legislators, won't you help s in trying to got up somo plan by /hieb to obtain the money from our seal banks? I appeal to ovory ono rho is interested in our doar old ounty to help at once, or I will bo Dreed to stop this repair work- and ccopt the Job of building ono of tho ow roads, which tho Highway Com lission-vory reluctantly, though indly-agrood lo let mo do, pro Ided there was no other way for mo 3 proceed with your road work, and Iso after having explained to thom io situation, and begged them to Ivo mo something to do In ordor ) uso tho county equipment that I ave on hand, nnd to at least keep p with the oxponses. Now, gentlemen, it is up to you. Hil you stand to mo and let mo go i with qur work-or lot mo fall? I ive confidence in your sense of a luaro deal and fairness, and I bo Bvo that you will come to my ros io. 1 Yours very truly, J. C. Shockloy, County Supervisor.