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(Established 1840.2_ _
Published Every Wednesday Morning
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Advertising Kates Ronsonublo.
By Stock, Sholor, Hughs Ai Sliolor.
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conformity with Fedoral ruling on
auch malters.
WEDNESDAY, AU?, to, I ?ttl.
Ihr fourier is in receipt of len
dollars from "Tamassoo" for appli
cation lo tho Chtno.su sufferers' fund,
wv have not, for sumo limo past
been pushing collections or solicit lu;;
contributions to tho various relict'
linois because, a.; stated in acknowl
edging h?si cunirihulions, wo wei-.'
advised thal the then present needs
bad boon mei. What contributions
ar,- hold by us now will be diverted
In any urgent call thal may be made
loi- relief, and when remittance is
made hy UH we will advise through
this column lo what cause the con
tributions are forwarded.
We have written In relief head
quarters for advice in tho matter,
and as soon as an urgent call is made
or when wo shall bo advised of need,
the funds in our hands will he soul
in immediately.
Tho various relief headquarters
have shown themselves very appre
ciative of the liberal and continued
contributions Hutt have been sent in
through the several agencies in Coo
nee County.
With the next issuo of The Courter
wo will begin tho publication of a
most charmine storv on titled "Sis
bo? 'i roll . . .? ? ; I ei publica
tion,; ?MPi .. ii provo ve . Interesting
rond?n/ U t hu,s<i who Nave hoi pur?
chased tho book of tho same title and
road the story prior to its release for
newspaper publication. The author,
Kathleen Norris, has a number of
splendid stories to her credit, and
"Sisters" is accredited as ono of her
vory best. Tho scene is laid in the
California Redwoods, tho plot is ad
mirably carried ont. and tho thorne
ls one that, will hold the attention and
interest of all.
We havo quito a few subscriptions
that will expiro with tills issue, and
wo suggest that each subscriber look
at his or her label and ascertain tho
timo of expiration. Remember that
no name is left on our list moro than
two weeks after the expiration date
shown opposite the name of tho sub
scriber. Now and then, of course, hy
oversight this rule ls broken, but il
occurs very seldom. So look at your
label, and if your subscription is to
expire In tho near future, send your
remittance at once. Don't miss the
Ural chapter of "Sisters," and you
will bo sure not to miss any of the I
succeeding chapters, for you will
want lo get every chapter and word
of this very attractive story.
Xow for a Chamber of Commerce!
Will ii pay?
Will li work?
Walhalla ought to have a live, ac
tive Chamber of Commerce. We
ought to have il. If for no other rea
son, as a means of informing the out
side world that we are bore, thal we
have resources and opportunities of
which I hey stand in need opportu
nities in natural resources thal wo
have been unable to develop by our
own divided efforts. Hut wo need a
Chamber of Co m in or CO for our own
benofil no less 'han for tho benefit of
outside capital. A Chamber of Com
merce will bo of incalculable benefit
lo outsiders and to ourselves.
lt will pay handsome dividends to
all concerned and every citizen of
the town ls directly concerned, and
every citizen whom wo may attract
to our town will be directly benefited
by tho organization of a live, active
Chamber of Com moree.
It will work. There Is no doubt
about that. Wo havo hundreds of In
stances that can be cited as to the
effectlvo working of chambers of
commerce. It will work if wo work
it-if wo work for it-if wo stand
by it and co-oporato through lt. IT
Ono habit wo have got to got rid
ot le that of using the term "thoy."
Kc vc rai have- told us that a chamber
df commerce will NOT work In Wal
halla because THEY will not work
together for the town's good; that
TI 110 Y aro not tntorosted tn the gen
oral welfare, but centered In individ
ual gain.
Lot's not bother much about what
THEY have done In tho past or will
do In tho future?. What the people of
Walhalla aro concerned in is what
WK aro going to do.
A chamber of commerce will bo
what WE make it- no moro and no
less. If wo work for it and help boost
il and what it stands for, it will suo
I coed. If we stand by lt und support
it and boost lt at all times we can
make it a groat Institution for Wal
What wo want to do is to get lo
work for Walhalla and for her cham
ber of commerce that is to be. To
those who lnsi.-.i that "it can't bo
dono" we commend a careful reading
of tho following bit of verse:
".Somebody said ii couldn't be done.
Hut he, with a (huckle, replied
That 'maybe it couldn't." bul ho
would he ono
Who wouldn't sr y so till he tried.
So ho buckled right in, with a truco
of a grin
On his lace. If ho worried, he hid
?Io started to sing as ho tackled Ibu
' bing
That .couldn't bc dune' and he
did it.
"Somebody scoffed -'Oh, you'll never
do 1 hal :
Al leas! no one ever 1ms dom? lt.'
lint lo- look off his coat and he tonk
off his hat,
And Hie lirsi thing wo knew he'd
bega ti it ;
WM h a lift of his cliin, and a bit of a
Without any doubling or quit lt?
lie started to sing as he tackled tho
Thal 'couldn't he done'-and ho
did il.
"There aro thousands to tell you ii
cannot bo done,'
There are thousands to prophesy
failure ;
There are thousands to point out to
you. one hy one,
Th? dangers that wait to assail
you ;
Hut just buckle In with a bit of a
Then take off your coat, and go to
lt .
I Just sturt In io flinn;, . ...>... tac?ic
tho th ag
That, 'cannot be lione'- and you M '
! ?d it.;!
WE can do anything that we set
our heads and hands to do. THEY
can accomplish little or nothing. It
is not a question as to what TH KY
are going to do. The question is up
to each of us, "What are WE going
to do?"
And on the answer to that ques
tion depends tho success or failure
of the Walhalla Chamber of Com
lineal News from New Hope.
Xow Hope. Aug. 8.-Special: Rev.
and Mrs. Will Hammond and baby,
of Springfield, aro visiting at the
home of Mr. Hammond's mother for
a few days.
Miss Jessie Knox is at home on a
vacation from Atlanta, .shore she
holds a position, .sile was tccompan
led by her friend, Miss Williams, of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sloan and
family, of Simpsonvlllc, spini several
days last week at tho homo of L. h.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hoggs v ?tted
?.(dativos in Anderson roc ill Hy
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brandon, of
Spartnnburg. ure visiting at the homo
of the latter'? parents, M.-. and Mr.-;.
lt. K White Ibis week
(?ny Geo'gsl has received his di.
charge from the anny and was visit
ing among relatives and friends here
last week.
Tose Cox and throe daughters, of
Atlanta, wore recent visitors nt Un
borne of Mr. and Mrs. Hen Cox.
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Dynr ami
family, of tho Tabor section, spent
a few days last week visiting among
relatives here,
The many friends of Bennie Roy
Kelley aro glad to learn of his im
provement, after several weeks of
Joe and .lohn Hocknell and Dock
Tilomas left Saturday for a trip lol
the mountains.
Squeeze tho Juico of two lemons
into a bottlo containing throe ounces
of Orchard White, which any drug
atoro will supply for a fow cents,
shako well, and you havo a quarter
pint of tho host frecklo and tan lo
tion and complexion whitenor.
Massage this swootly fragrant
lomon lotion Into tho face, neck,
arms and hands oach day, and seo
how freckles and blemishes bleach
out, and how clear, soft and rosy
whlto tho skin becomes.--adv.
Hopo ri on Condition in the South.
No Truth in Near Famine.
Washington, Aug. 8.-Health otft
cials from twelve Southern Stales in
conference hero with Surgeon (loue
rai Cumming, of tho House Health
.Service, last week, regarding the pel
lagra situation, were drafting a re
port of conditions in the South and
recommendations of what should ho
Preparation of tho report Vas itt
the hands of a committee of five and
was to he adopted by ibo conference
before it was made public.
Dr. .lames A. llayno, tho ?South
Carolina health commissioner, and ti
member of tho committee, sahl thal
the report would hold that there was
"not a scintilla of truth in the
charges that a near famine exists lu
tho South or that pellagra has in
creased there to any appreciable ex
A resolution pledging "tho support
of tho health authorities and thc peo
ple they represent In the South lo a
constructive program which will co
ordinate all Federal public health
and welfare activities in one depart
ment," was adopted by the confer-,
once. I
The resolution expressed to Ile*
President appreciation of the health'
olllclal of his Interest In public health j
and endorsed "tho effective adminis
tration" of tho public health service j
by Surgeon (louerai Cummings
"Thu conference especially urges," i
tho resolution continued, "that the
public health service mobilize all
other Federal health agencies, espo
dally the farm and homo demonstra
lion agencies ol' the State agneultu
ral schools and tho Department of ;
Agriculture, in carrying into the ru
ral homes of the country the practi
cal necessity for a bettor balanced
diet, which should always Include
milk or milk products and fresh veg
"The conference requests the Pres
ident and tho Surgeon General and
all other Interests In tho public health
to assist actively in tho efforts for
the establishment of health dopart
I ments in all tho counties or other
units of government, which shill bo
able, through a well trained al-tl me
health otlicer and public health
nurses, to carry the leadership which
will insure longer, happier am. more
productive lives to all the teople,
whether living in tho congesjtid cen
ters or In the remote sections of the
'.. ? < of Than),
bid i tor Koo wee Courier:
We wish to hereby express our
most deeply felt thanks to all our
friends, neighbors and relatives for
tho many deeds of kiindnoss and
sympathy during the death and bur
ial of our dear husband and father,
J. Thos. Compton
Wo especially wish to thank our
kind friend and physician, Dr. J. lt.
Heller, who has ever hoon a sincere
friend and neighbor of the deceased
and his family. His sympathy and
words of kindness during the trying
hour of death will always ho treas
ured in our hearts.
To tho gentlemen who sang so
beautifully at the funeral service we
offer sincore appreciation. They can
not measure the consolation they
gave us through that means.
Wo truly trust nnd pray that when
days of sorrow or trouble como to
these kind friends, tho Father of us
all will send such blessed help to
them. And may He daily guide, con
sole and bless them.
Mrs. .1. T. Compton and Children.
West Union. S. C., Aug. f.,-(adv.)
.News Items from Tainasseo.
Tamassee, Aug. s.-Special: Wo
aro having some nico showers, which
aro making tho crops look line.
Tho Cowan brothers and others
have almost completed a now resi
dence at Ibo I). A. ll. School.
Mrs. W. D. Dodd and son Oliver,
of Westminster, and Miss Irene and
Master Milly Reeder, of Wost Union,
were visiting Mrs. 10. 10. Cowan last
Miss Lillian Littleton, of Seneca,
spent the past week with her grand
mother. Mrs. Kate Whilmiro.
Mrs. W. J. Edmonds and two chil
dren, of York, S. C.. and Miss Minnie
Vaughan, of near Walhalla, spont
some time recently visiting Mr. and
Mrs. IO. IO. Cowan.
The Tainasseo school ls running
nicely under the management of D.
V. Alexander and lils assistant, Miss
Hollinan, of Ornngeburg.
Mrs. Eugene Cowan and chlldron,
Pauline, Maude and Frances, visited
Mrs. J, W. Reeder, of West Union,
for a brief period last week.
The Bethel meeting closed with
two nddltlons to tho membership of
tho church.
Mr. and Mrs. Mayne .Iones have
moved to Walhalla. We regret los
ing them very much. Mr. Jones ls
having' a nico dwelling erected In
Our mail carrier, K. W. Heaton, ls
having to go over some rough roads
slnco the heavy rains.
Boors aro tho descendants of the
Dutch colonists of tho Capo of Good
Hopo and French Huguenot exiles.
Trustees and Patrons of tlie Public '
Schools of Oeonee.
South Carolina stands at tho bot
j tom in education; she stands at tho j
! top in Illiteracy. What do our people j
i intend to do about it? How can we j
' best remedy this deplorable situa-;
! lion?
j Practically all of Oconco's schools '.
' aro now lil operation, and we urge
. tho hearty co-operation of teachers. '
! trustees and patrons in making this
j the best year in the advancement of '
education ill Oconee's history.
Let the trustees employ their
teachers, pay them for their .services j
and insist thai the teachers teach
the children, net merely the lessons,
the parents have taught.
Why should we longer allow this ;
sad state of affairs to exist?
Can one imagine a more pitiful :
condition, from tho standpoint of I
education, than that of tho mother i
in the average home, working from i
" n. m. till 0 p. m., endeavoring to j
j leach her children by tho only moth- '
ods .she knows-methods employed !
ll ft eon or twenty years ago, and con- :
trary to those now in use? The mo-1
thor's attitude is indeed pralsewor- j
thy, but why not demand that our ,
children bo taught at school? Why ?
not take the work from the parents
?and place ? on those paid and pre- .
pareil lo do it ?
The merchant, the farmer, tho doc- :
tor--in fact, ;>ll professional mon and <
women work from eight to len
hours daily, and wo know that it is .
not unreasonable' to expect our teach-j
ors to work six hours each day, recess '
hours not included.
The single daily session had us
origin in the cities of the North, and I
now the North realizes its mistake, !
I and is fast changing back to tho don- j
I hie dally session. And that the South,
too, must do likewise, ii the best re- I
suits are to be obtained, is now con
ceded by our best educators.
We are grateful to (Ind that our
I teachers are willing to do the six
j hours' work if the trustees so desire.
This innovation will, no doubt,
meet with some opposition, hut the
County Hoard of Education of Oeonee
county insists that it be done in our
county, and surely we ought to have
enough people interested in the edu
cation of our children to put the sys
tem to work without any further dis
cussion of the matter.
L. C. Speares,
Count Superintendent of Education.
Son ccu Township Singer.-.
Tho Seneca Township Singing As
sociation viii meei with Jordania
Baptist church next Sunday, Aug. 14,
beginning at 2.30 p. m. All good
singers and lovers of music are in
vited and urged to be present at the
appointed hour.
Joe M. Abbott, President.
Chas. D. Gillespie, Secy.
The State Law requires that each
Board of Trustees furnish the County
Superintendent of Education with a
list giving name, age, sex and race
of each child in the District between
the ages of 7 and 15, giving name
and address of parent or guardian.
These lists must bo given In by
August 15th, i021.
Superintendent of Education.
Aug. IO, 1921. 32
Blacksmith Shop.
I have opened a Blacksmith Shop
to the rear of the Enterprise Bank.
Am a graduate of tile Furrier?' and
Horscshocrs' School of Riley, Kansas.
Prompt attention to all work, and
satisfaction guaranteed.
J. C. HAINES, Walhalla, H. C.
The State of South Carolina.
County of Oeonee.-(In Court of
Probate.)-By V. F. Martin, Judge
of Probate.-- Whereas, J. E. Hopkins
has made suit to mo to grant him
Letters of Administration of the Es
tate of and effects of Dave Thomas,
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Dave Tho
mas, Deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to he held at Walhalla Court
House, South Caiolina, on Thurs
day, the 18th day of August. I i?2 I,
after publication hereof, at I I o'clock
in the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why tho said administra
tion should not !e granted.
Given under my hand and seal this
3d day of August, A. D. 1921.
'Published on tho 10th and 17th
days of August, 1921, in The Keowoe
Courier, and on the Court House
door for the time prescribed by law.
.Aug. 10, 1921, 32-33
Stato of South Carolina,
County of Oeonee.
To the Qualified Electors and Resi
dent Freeholders of Legal Voting
Ago in Mill Creek School District,
No. 5 2: -
Election will ho held In Mill Creek
School District, at Mill Crook School
House, on SATURDAY, August 13th,
1921, for tho purpose of voting on
tho question of levying a Special
Tax of Eight Mills on all taxable
property in said District, to be used
Quanta Goes ClearThrougft
Beauty of line
is fully re
vealed by this
finely model
led molding
carried com
pletely around
the body.
Touring $985
Roadster 985
Sedan . . 1685
Coupe. . 1535
F. O. fl. Factory
Wire Wheels end
spare tires extra
Dort sales are easy when com?*
parisons are made.
Not only mechanical compar
isons and style comparisons
but price comparisons as well.
The Dort is a car of sterling
units, skillful construction,
unusual simplicity, dependable
performance, low maintenance
and long life.
Thc Dort is a car of individual
beauty, artistic lines and per
fect comfort.
The Dort is the only car at so
low a price that combines so
many artistic and mechanical
It is the one best buy.
Quality Goes Clear Through
Ballenger Hdw. and Furn. Go.,
GHI vi i a^U fci^Lr
Ladies' Slippers
We offer our entire line of
Utz & Dunn Slippers at
the Pair.
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
for school purposes in said District,]
In accordanco with Section 17 12,'
Civil Codo of South Carolina. 19 12.
Polls to open at 7 A. M. and close
at 1 P. M. Respectfully.
Aug. 3, 1921. 31-32
The State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.
To the Qualified Electors and Resi
dent Freeholders of Legal Voting
Ago in Block School District, No.
9: -
Election will he hold in Hlock School
District. No.9, at Block School House,
on SATURDAY, August 13th, 1921,
for the purpose of voting on the
question of lovylng a Special Tax of
Six Mills on all taxable property in
said District, to be used for school
purposes, In accordanco with Section
1 7 42, Civil Code of South Carolina,
1912. Polls to opon at 7 A. M. and
close at 4 P. M.
Aug. 3, 1921. 31-32
The State of South Carolina. Coun
ty of Ocouee.- (In Court of Probate)
- Ry V. F. Martin, Esq., Probate
Judge.--Whereas, W. J. Schroder,
C. C. C. 1?., has made suit, to me to
grant him Letters of Administration
of the Estate of and Effects of J. B.
nc Ri; ESS, Deceased
These aro, therefore, to cito and
admonish all and singular tho kin
dred and creditors of tho said J. B.
BCROESS. Deceased, that they be
and appear before mo. in the Court
of Probate, to ho held at Wal
halla Court House, South Carolina,
on Monday, the 29th day of Aug
ust. 1921, aflor publication heroof,
nt IJ o'.Mock In tho forenoon, to
show cause, If any thoy have, why
the said Administration should not
be grantod.
Olven under my hand and seal this
H?ih day of July, A. D. 1921.
(Seal.) V. F. MARTIN,
Judgo of Probato for Oconee Co., B.C.
Published on tho 20th and 27th
days of July and 3d, 10th, 17th and
24th days of August, 1921, in The
Keoweo Courier, and on tho Court
House door for tho timo prescribed
by law.
July 20, 1921. 29-34
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