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New Series No. 940. - Volume LXXL - No. K.
Wc can show you mon
seen together in a long time.
Prices on small or med?
than we ever sold them.
Large Mules, suitable fe
We can please you* E
booster for us.
C. W.& J. E. I
Shoe Reparing.
I have- opened an up-to
date Shoo Making and Re
pair Shop in the former
Norman Drug Co. Stand,
next door (East) to C. W.
Pitcliford's Store. I will be
glad; to soo all my friends
,vERY PlE^foVWi!
will carry with it my full
giiiirantee that it is first
class in every respect.
they will bo just as low ns
possible consistent with tho
class of work I turn out.
is tho motto that I Intend |
to adhere to. I wnnt your
repair work, and when you i
hnvo had me do one job for
you, I want you to como
back again. Therefore
Como to mo with your
Shoo Troubles. I'm look
ing for troubles of this
kind. "I'll lix 'om."
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
Drop in on your way and
have your Shoes Properly
Shin c<l.
Harry Fayonsky,
Old Norman Drug Co. Stand,
The Policy-iliolders of the Farm
ers' Mutual Livestock Insurance As
sociation are hereby given notice
that an assessment was made on tho
1st day of Febrnr y to meet losses
and expenses, and all persons inter
ested aro notified to make payment
promptly, or Policies will bo can
celled for non-payment of assess
ment. S. J. ISBEDL,
Fob. 15, 1922. 7
Brlcfa from Conoross.
Coneross, Feb. 21.-Special: Our
pastor, Rev. L. H. Raines, will fill
his appointment, at Coneross noxt
Saturday at 3 p. m. and on Sunday
morning nt ll a. m. Everybody is
cordially invited to attend all of our
Tho W. M. S. will hold their reg
ular mooting next Saturday at 2.30
at tho church. Every monvbor ls
urged to be present, as there is a
special program to be carried out.
'CL. Barker and family aro among
the Influenza patients this week and
last. Wo are glad, howover, to note ?
that they are improving and that I
tholr cases aro not of a very serious I
-CC6 euros chills and fovor.-aov
: Good Mules than you have
um Mules are lower than
>r road work, are a fair price,
very man we se*1 makes a
Entire Family of W. D. Wright Are
Sufferers from Influenza.
?Bounty 'Land, Feb.2 0.-Special:
Miss Julia Davis spent a few days
last week in Seneca, visiting her
sister, Mrs. D. 0. Abbott.
.Miss Winnie Cambrel], of Airy
?Springs, Anderson county, spent the
week-end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Gambrell.
?Miss 'Ida Adams is in Seneca for
a few days with her sister, Mrs. Har
Mr. and .Mrs. L. W- Wilson spent
the w?ek?end ?with Jha: lattor's*par
Mrs. Jap. Driver, of Richland, ls
on a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Richard ?Marett.
We regret to loam of the Illness
in the family of Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Wright, almost the entire family
having been aillictod with influenza.
Their many friends hope they will
soon recover.
.Misses Cary Doyle and Cornella
M liam '.and Albert Garrison, of San
dy Springs, were guests in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Doyle Satur
day and Sunday.
Riobard Marett accidentally cut
his left foot last week while cutting
wood, making a gash which neces
sitated several stitches b lng taken
by a physician. The wound is get
ting along as well as could be ex
pected and we hope will soon heal
up en ti rey.
'F. L. 'Pickett, of Hamlet, N. C.,
was a guest In tho vicinity a few
days ago.
The friends of ?Mrs. Rachael Mc
Fall Auld will be grievod to learn
that she is quite seriously ill at her
home In Elberton, Ga. A letter from
Mrs. J. B. Pickett, of Sandy Springs,
who is at the bedside of her sister,
gives information of the hopeless
ness of Mrs. Auld's condition.
Tho Rock Springs Missionary So
ciety hold a delightful meeting with
Mrs. Julia D. Shan kiln -Sunday af
Mrs. E. D. Foster has been very 111
for several days, but we aro glad to
learn that her condition is improv
ing. Mrs. W. C. Foster', of Seneca,
was with hor for several days last
'Kenneth Hughs spent last Friday
night in Seneca and attended a party
given by Clay Dendy to a number of
the young set.
Mrs. S. N. 'Hughs was hostoss to
the Richland Auxiliary Friday after
noon. The program was full of in
terest and the mooting was delight
fully " informo/. A'ftor adjournment
Airs. Hughs served delicious coffoo
and hot rolls with -butter.
Edocattoti hy Mt?i?nfc off Shirt.
Albany, Ga., Feb 16.-"Ex-Presi
dent Wilson's cast-off rthtrt, mado up
unto dlai-nty little aprons, brought
tho highest price .n tan auation: salo
for sweet charity hero Tuiteday
night, cond'ueted by a local D.A.R.
I chapter. Shlnts wore rflso contrib
uted by Thomas Edi'sc-n, Jack Demp
sey, Honry Ford, Wallace Rold, Ty
Cobb, Governor Hardwick amd mun
hors of otiher prominent personages,
lodnil, State vand national. Woll to
ward the hc4d of tho Hst in prices
paid were the wdH-known "Collum
Conduotor" of tho .Macon Telegraph.
Wie proceeds of the ?ale will help to
Tray for tho education of an orphan
Washington, Oregon rind Califor
nia produce 20 per (cent of tho bar
Icy raisod In tho United States.
C. S. {Lowery Quito Sick with Pleu
risy-Young Sot Entertained.
Seneca, Feb. 21-.-Special: Mr.
and 'Mrs. 'B. B. Burley and little son,
Boyce B" Jr., returned to Clemson
(Sunday afternoon, after a week-end
visit to relatives here.
?J. J. Norton arrived home last
week after an absence of some
weeks. iMr. Norton has a host of
friends who are glad to see his gen
ial face, and only wish that he could
arrange his business affairs so as to
spend more time In Seneca.
Mrs. T. B. Jones and two children,
Allen an'd Hunter, were recent vis
itors in Anderson.
'Mrs. C. X. Gignilliat and son, G.
W. 'Gignilliat, and Francis Wallace
wont over to Spartan burg Wednes
day for the purpose of attending two
of tho Billy Sunday meetings.
' H. D. Neill was called to Wash
ington, ?. C., several days ago on
account of the serious illness of his
brother, Wm. Nelli. The numerous
friends of Mr. Neill are grieved to
learn of his Illness and sincerely hope
the crisis hos past and that he may
have a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs.
Neill resided in Seneca for a number
of years, during which time they
greatly endeared themselves to our
The men's Bible class of the Pres
byterian church was given a spirit
ual treat Sunday morning when Dr.
R. N. Crockett, of Clemson College,
addressed the class on the subject of
the (Sunday school lesson.
A large number of Senecaites
were in Spartanburg the past week
for the purpose of attending tho
(Billy Sunday meeting
.We are pleased to note that ?Miss
Sara Thomson has sufficiently re
covered, from a ten days' sickness
to be able to return to school.
Lewis Cromer, Kenneth Mattison,
Robert Dllworth, James Henry Har
per, Wallace Kay and Vietor Brock,
pupils of the high school depart
ment, attended the reception Mon
day night at Greenville Woman's
Coiloge. They remained in the city
C. S. Lowery is quite sick ac his,
homo on'Fairplay street.. He is sut
uring tWith, an attack'jof pleurisy.
W*>*j*pwe|ry iBt*'a^ng.j^?|&^l.attend
tlon from His family and physicians.
His friends join with them in hoping
that ho may soon recover.
Miss Viola 'Bradberry was in
Greenville Tuesday night to hear
Sousa's band.
Clay Dendy was host 'Friday even
ing to a large number of his school
friends at the home of his parents,
(Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Dendy. Tho spa
cious parlor, living and dining rooms
wore en suite, and on every side
there were distinct suggestions that
this was the season of -St. Valen
tine. Progressive valentine games
and contests wore enjoyed. A Jolly
time lt was from beginning to end.
(Miss Mary Knox having lead In the
contests, was presented a heart
shaped box of home-made candy. A
sweet course, consisting of gelatine,
cream and hoart-shapod cakes, was
served. The young host was assisted
in entertining by his mother and his
sister, Mrs. Hugh Macaulay, and by
Miss Thain.
lA representative meeting of men
from all tho churches df Seneca was
held Monday night to take steps to
prepare for the county-wide evan
gelistic meeting to be held at Seneca
next September, to be conducted by
Rev. Gipsy Smith, Jr., a preacher of
wonderful power. A preliminary or
ganization was had, with Rev. I. E.
Wallace aa chairman and J. W. Todd
as secretary. In furtherance of this
great movoment a meeting was ap
pointed for Friday, March 12th, at
3.30 p. m., in the Chamber of Com
lHall, and all the pastors of all tho
churches, of every denomination, are
Invited to attend this meeting, and
also ono layman from each church
'It ls hoped that there will be a full
attondnnco. Let there be, in fact, a
real revival already begun.
Rainfall and Temperature.
Below is a record of meteorological
observations taken by H. W. Brandt,
co-operative observer of the Weather
Bureau of the U. S. Department of
Agriculture, during the week ending
February 19, 1922, at 7 p. lil.) (Tho
Instrumental readings are from gov
ernment standard Instruments ex
posed In the manner recommended
by the chief of the Weather Bureau) :
Character of
13-'Cloudy.. .
1 4-Cloudy.. ,
10-Cloudy.. ,
16- Clear . . ,
17- ptiy cldy,
1 8-iPtly cldy,
19-Clear . . ,
Total rainfall
-'John V. (Strlbllng, of Anderson,
hs been among relatives and old
friends In 'Walhalla for tho past few
days. IMr. Strlbling has many warm
friends hero who are always glad to
moot him.
Coio*Jy in Three Acta to 'be Present?
Auditorium Friday Night.
B. Kllbuok, president ot the
.Q. Railroad'.. .CL B. 6. Dendy.
Toi?Kilbuck, hiB son, (Just out of
*$We?e> . . 1 Wm. Bell.
Mr^Barnaby Bird, the boss of Flagg
e?nty . . . .O. H. Schumacher, Jr.
Mr.'.flulberry, Chief Counsel for the
ti .I'M. R. McDonald.
! Ferguson, a clerk in the gen
'.^fW ?mces ........ D. B. Darby.
an office boy. .Louis Seaborn,
erry Allen, a young gentleman
uer. W. D. White.
line L.e, The Girl,
. ,.Mrs. Wm. Bell.
an 'Dyne, an agent for tho P.
Railroad. ..Miss Lucy Brandt,
^no (McCarty, a stenographer,
. . . . Miss Ethel Counts.
Mr^RBeavers, from Flagg Corners,
Miss Marguerite Brennecke.
RosW Bella ^Beavers, the Belle of
?F?gg Corners.. Miss Sara Henry,
Mr'sffPerry Allen, Jessamine's chum,
fM..Miss Florence Hetrick.
Mrs. Beavers' hired girl,
.MIBS Alice Belle McLees.
t I-The private office of Cyrus
H. l?ilbuck on a morning in March.
Cupid gets busy in a railroad office,
by Bird,' the Early Bird, from
Corners. Tho Bird In a tree,
insulted office boy. Bad news
college. Father and son. Some
y interview. "Get out, earn
"own living, make good!" Exit
I ii
-Tho sitting room in 'Mrs.
?ers' boarding house, Flagg Cor
A morning in July. A lazy
1er. "I'll get him up if I have
throw a bucket of hot suds
igh the transom." Rosa Bella
Bettlers, the belle of Flag Corners.
Mrifend Mrs. Perry Allen arrive to
meet Jessamine. Tony blossoms out
ns al.regular business man. The Bird
in Hie . bush. Tony buys the River
(Rojlfli .'iRuined! Ruined!"
.{JSt ?..yil<2-After dinner. Jessamine
shdws her faith in Tony. 'Mr. Bird
talon a drop too much and is re
burna by Dilly, the hired girl, and
th?worre8ponding secretary of the<]
le^Blrd in the hand-(trapped by
Jessamine.) (Sold for half a million
dollars. A regular business man at
Don't fail to see this most excel
lent little comedy. It is brimming
over with fun from beginning to
end. There will not bo a dull mo
ment during tlie performance, even
the intermissions being Ailed with
music or some comic stunt. Tho
Civic 'League will sell home-made
candies while the band plays. Come
early and get a good seat, for every
body ls going to be there.
.Remember, at tho Walhalla High
School Auditorium, Friday night of
this week, Feb. 24th, 8 o'clock.
.Admission, 20 and 3? cents.
-'Mr. and Mrs. 'McCurry Neville
returned last week from their wed
ding trip to several points in Florida.
They are at present at home to their
.friends in West Union.
-C. <F. Hotriok and Jas. F. Neville
have been drawn as grand jurors
i and Louis A. .Lay as a petit Juror for
1 the Mrch torm of the Federal Court
to be held at Rock 'Hill.
-tHave you -paid your municipal
license for the year 1922. Tho time
for paying business licenses will ex
pire the last day of this month. Pay
during the next few days and save
tho penalty.
-Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Harrison
and little son, of Greenville, spent
tho past weok-end in Walhalla visit
ing the former's mother, Mrs. G. A.
Harrison, and at the home of Dr.
nd Mrs. B. F. ?loan.
-'Mrs. C. F. Tletriok sustained
quito painful injury on Thursday of
last week, when she fell near her
.home, the fall resulting In breaking
a rib. Her many friends will be glad
to learn that she is getting along
nicely and hope for her speedy re
-Mrs. G. A. Harrison will leave
this week for Greenville, where she
will make her homo in tho future
with her son and daughter-in-law,
Air. and Mrs. B. W. Harrison. 'Mrs.
/Harrison's many 'friends In Walhalla
regret her departure, and hopo to
seo her often In tho old homo town.
-At the municipal election in
Wost Union last week E. O. Hutchi
son was re-electod intendant and the
en tiro warden ticket as elected, there
being no opposition except In tho
race for intendant. J. il. Alley made
a good race for the latter place, bu?
Mr. 'Hutchison was re-electod.
-/The (Star Theatre Walhalla, has
tho following picfures booked for the
balance of the week: Wednesday,
"Tho ?eoffer"; Thursday, Constance
/Binney In "Room and Board," and
(Friday, Charles Ray in "?crap Iron."
This ls an unusually attractive pro
gram and one which will be sure to
please all patrons of the theatre.
-IMrs. Jesse W. 'Rankin is at
home this week recuperating from
an attack of tho flu. Mrs. 'Rankin in
forms us that the disease is very
prevalent at Norton's whore she is
teaching, a number of people hoing
sufforors from pneumonia as well as
flu. (Mr's. Rankin holds the position
of principal of tho Norton school.
Used Tractor
I have eevoral good used Fo
nt a big bargain.
WMl sell three One-Ton T
what they uro actually worth?
Wliy not own a good used
that are justas good for service n
is that they will cost you only a f
Ternis can ho arranged on t
year at 0 per cent interest.
Can You Afford to be Wit
?'Oldsmobile S
Court Will Conveno in Walhalla on
Monday Morning, Mureil ?Ith.
The following Jurors will serve at
the 'March term of Court, which will
convene hero on Monday, the 6th of
March. Judge W. H. Townsend will
preside over the March tenn of tho
Tho Grand Jurors.
The 'following gentlemen will be
in attendance on the Court in the
capacity of grand jurors. Where the
names are marked with an asterisk
(*) lt denotes that this party ls a
member of the past grand Jury and
has been held over for service along
with the new members of the 'body:
?1. Alexander, J. Fred., Seneca, Rt. 1
2. Blakeley, F. 'H., Westminster R.
F. D. /
3. Brandt, ?. W., Walhalla.
4. Brown, J. L"'Mt!'(Rest.
*5. Collins, 'S. H., West Union.
?6. Craig, Robt. A., 'Salem, R.F.D.
7. Eubanks, J.. A., Westminster, R.
*8. Farr, J. E., Westminster.
9. Glazener, W. H. West Union Rt.l
?10. Green, ?P. (L., Salem,
ll. Grifllth, I. IM., Salem.
?12. Lee, B. "M., Westminster, Star
13. 'Rankin, G. H., Tamnssee.
14. Sloan, W. IM., Salem.
15. Smith, J. S.. Westminster R.F.D.
16. Taylor, C. IR., Salem, Rt. 2.
17. Timmerman, E., Westminster.
18. White, J. A., West Union.
Petit Jurors.
Tho following are the 3-6 gentle
men drawn to serve as petit Jurors:
1. Abbott, J. S., Walhalla Rt. 1.
2. Alexander, L. F., Walhalla Rt.2.
3. Beckneil, <R. :B., Seneca Rt. 1.
4. Bearden, 'W. W., Seneca.
5. Bischoff, J. A., Walhalla.
6. Black, B. .D., Westminster R.F.D
7. Brewer, W. M., West Union, Rt.
8. Brock, J. A., Seneca.
9. Boatwright, F. A., Seneca.
10. Burns, J. T., Seneca iRt. 6.
11. Callaham, C. L., Seneca Rt. 3.
12. Cranes, G. W., Fair Paly.
13. Carver, W. iA., Madison Rt. 1.
14. Cobb, G. W-, Mt. -Rest IRt. 1.
10. Deaton, O. E., Walhalla Rt. 2.
i 6. Dendy, J. A., Richland.
17. Fowler, W. W., Walhalla Rt. 3.
18. Ilonea, 'R. B., Westminster.
19. King, L. C., 'Mt. iRost IRt. 2.
20. Lee, J, L., Walhalla.
21. Lee, Preston, Westminster.
22. Lyles, S. J., (Madison IRt. 1.
23. Lynch, W. R., Seneca Rt. 1.
24. Morgan, 'DoWitt, West Union R.
F. D. 1.
2&. Orr. W. F., Walhalla Rt. 2.
26. Price, J. S. H., Seneca.
27. Rice, 'W. 'H., Westminster R.F.D
28. Richey, iL H., Townville R.F.D.
29. Sheppard, J. S., Tamassee Rt. 1.
30. Skelton, F. O., Seneca R.F.D.
31. Smith, T. E., 'Madison iRt. 1.
32. Sorrels, G. L., Westminster.
33. Suttles, J. R., Westminster R.F.
34. Talley, C. S., Salem.
3*6. ?Watson, F. B., Walhalla.
36, Woodson, W. E., 'Pendleton, R.
F. D. No. 4.
Local Items from Richland.
Richland, Feb. 20.-Special: Tom
Anderson, of Greenville, is visiting
his aunt, Mrs. S. N. Hughs.
IMr. and Mrs. J. Ai Huhbard aro
rocovering from influenza. 'Miss
Cora Hubbard has been staying with
thom while they havo been sick.
'Mr. and .Mrs. Ross are boarding
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. N.
Hughs. IMT. (Ross will begin In a few
days to put up tho steel works to
tho bridge over Coneross creek.
iMrs. S. 'H. Coe and son John aro
at homo <for a stay of some time.
(Wo aro sorry to learn that 'Mrs.
E. D. 'Foster has been quite indis
posed for a few weeks. We hope for
her early recovery.
rTho public will be glad to learn
that Mauldin's mill is In grinding
order. It has beon out of repair for
quite a while and its being in ser
s and Trucks
?vdson Tractors, which will offer
rucks at less then one-hnlf of
Passenger Oar? I have some
s if now. The only difference is
motion Of their intrinsic value,
hese goods for as much as ono
hout Such as You Need?
?1, ?S. C
ets the Pace."
Let's Figure!
Carload Fresh Cement.
Carload Lime.
Carload Uncle Sam Re-Cleaned
Oats to sell at light prices.
Car of Webber and Columbus
Wagons, High Point Buggies,
Harnees, Stalk Cutters, Diso
Hai rows, the Old Genuine "Oli
ver" Plows and Repairs.
All I ask is that you come and
lot me show yon. My prices aro
ft way down.
It will bo ft pleasure to fill your
Remember: Drown lins It or
Brown Cots ltl
W. M. Brown,
IJOCUI Notes from Tamnssoe.
Tamassee, Feh. 21.-Special: Tho
School Improvement Association met
on Feb. 17, (Friday afternoon, with
the largest number of members that
we have ever had present at a meet
ing. This was indeed encouraging
to those who are always there. The
school children entertained us with
a dialogue, songs and recitations.
We celebrated 'Washington's birth
day at that time, after our business,
had been transacted. We enjoyed
refreshments later, which wore serv
ed by 'Misses Gantt, Nicholson and
Mrs. Chatham.
On Friday night we gave a mas
querade party, which was largely
attended, and all who attended ap
peared to enjoy lt Immensely.
The patrons and friends of the
school gave a working on Monday to
clean off the grounds. The men
worked faithfully digging up tho
stumps, etc., and the ladies served
a lunch and hot coffee at noon. Wo
wish to thank each person individ
ually who helped us.
'Misses Gantt and Nicholson spent
Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and:
iMrs. Dock Nicholson near Salem.
They report a pleasant visit.
J. C. ?Rankin, of Picket Post sec
tion, is spending a few days with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ran
kin. Ho has boon sick for somo time,
but is better at thi? time.
The night school is being well at
tended. It is tinder the direction of
iMr. Alexander, principal of the Ta
massee school.
vice again wi M provo of groat ac
commodation to the public.
Tho friends of *W. V. Davis ara
sorry to learn of his misfortune In
falling from a three-story building:
at Columbia, Miss. When the scat
ed on which he was standing broke
he was given ? heavy fall. Ho. was,
however, not seriously hurt, but ia
pretty badly bruised up.
The Ladles' Auxiliary will meet at
the home of Mora. S. N. (Hughs at 3
o'clock on the afternoon of Friday,.
Feb. 24th.
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