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cd first place by thc criti
propriate package for
give the finishing tout
consult thc Whitman A
(Small advertisements under
this heading Inserted at rate of
one cent a word per Insertion.
Four Insertions for price of
(NOTICE.-No advertisement ac
cepted for this column for loss than
15 cents, ono insertion.)
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Plck
ens, 3. C._26-tf_
Dodgo Touring Car. See WHITMIRE
halla, S. C. _
NOTICE.-The Keowee Courier is
In position to handle subscriptions
to all the leading periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business._
FOR SALE-Six-room House, next J
door to Episcopal church, Tugaloo
street, Walhalla. A bargain. For par
ticulars write MRS. JAS. RHOLT,
?Greenville, S. C., Route 3. 26-27?
LOST-License A-44 3 2 ?, and Tall
Light, between Fair Play and Wal
halla, on Sunday, June 25th. Fiudor
return to PIEDMONT AUTO CO.,
Walhalla, S. C._26-27?_
Attachment; works on any machine;
easily adjusted. Price, $2. Full in
structions and sample. MARSH
?BROS., Wilmington, Ohio. 26-31*
NOTICE.-Any ono having claims J
against W. IL Hunt, Deceased, will
please present same to either S. F.
Heeder or Mrs. Etta Cox by July 20,
10 22, as we are desirous of making
Final Settlement. MUS. ETTA COX,
Seneca. S. C. 26-2 7
WANTED-Ono or two live, reli
ablo men in every town in tho coun
ties of Oconee, Picketts and Ander
son, to represent The North Ameri
can Accident I Health Insuranco
Co. Liberal terms. Experienced men
preferred. Apply to W. H. HUGHS,
Richland, S. C. 1 3-tf
ability to keep up payments, we have
had a high grado Piano, lu tho best
of condition, turned back to us. Thia
Instrument wo can sell for a raro
bargain, giving terms to responsible
parties. For full particulars address
ILUDDEN & HATES, Atlanta, Ga.
Mnuldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
Sacrament of Penance.... 9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackin,
P. O. Box 82, Anderson, S. C.
A Regular Communication of Blue
!'*ll'A"*wl Uldge Ivodge, No. 92, A F.
M., will bo held next Fri
day night, July 7th, 1922,
nt 8.30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers always welcome.
J. B. S. DENDY, W. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (adv)
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?-Look at our cars before you buy.
I'rlces right. Green Motor Co., Wal
halla, S. C.-adY. 27-28.
- Mrs. Lewis C. Harrison spent
the past week-end in Spartanburg as
the guest of her sister, Mrs. J, C.
-George Garron, of Asheville, N.
C., is visiting his wife at tho homo
ot' her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
--Miss Ethel Counts and Miss
Trances Earle loft yesterday for Co
lumbia to attend the six weeks sum
Just as Eas
a dozen packages and one
Phone 28 and KEEP COC
ts for
1 Confections? Award
cs of America? An ap
every occassion. To
:h to any social affair
mer school at tho University of South
?-Mrs. Hettie Macaulay, after a
visit of a month to lier daughter, Mrs
J. C. Berrin, of Orangoburg, and to
other relutives in tho lower part of
tho State, has returned to her homo
In Walhalla.
-Mr. and Mrs. Robort L. Gra
ham, of Greenville, spent the past
woek in Walhalla as guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Gurney. During their
visit here they mad? a trip to High
lands for a brief stay.
-We aro Rolling calcium arsenate
for cost, or 13.30 cents per pound,
in barrel lots. We are also selling
the dusters at cost-the D'osch for
$13.85 and the Feeney for $13.50,
plus the express. Westminster OH &
Fertilizer Co., Jas. G. Breazeale,
Westminster Loan & Trust Co., West
mluster Bauk.Westminster.S.C. 27-8
-The Ladles Aid society of the
Walhalla Baptist crurch, which was
to havo hold a meeting on July 6th,
has postpined that meeting until tho
20th of July. All members are re
quested to take note of this chango
in dato of meeting.
-Mrs. A. iL. 'Roberts, of Colum
bia, arrived last week and will bo
in Walhalla for somo time visiting
I her slstor, Mrs. L. T. Simmons, who
has been quite sick for some time.
I Mrs. Simmons, however, is some bet
ter, and hopes are held out that sho
will soon bo entirely well again.
-Number 643 was the winning
number In tho drawing at Smith's
.Mari;ct last week. The holder of tho
ticket failed to present it. Unless
presented before Saturday, July 8th,
another drawing will be held Mon
day, July 10th, when another num
ber will be picked. Any ono holding
this ticket-No. G 13-kindly bring lt
to Smith's Market, Walhalla, and re
ceive tho prlzo,
-John M. Ledford, of Central,was
in Walhalla for a short while yester
day. He was on his way back to Pick
ens county after a brief visit to rela
tives in the upper part of the county.
Ho was accompanied on his trip to
Oconoo by his wife, who will remain
among relatives for a while before
returning to her home. Mr. and Mrs.
Ledford resided in Walhalla for a
number of years, and have many
friends boro who are always glad to
meet them.
-We nre requested to announce
that there will bo a tent meeting, be
ginning July 14th, at the Wesleyan
Methodist church, Walhalla Mill Vil
lage, conducted by Rev. W. D. Cor
rell, president of the Wesleyan Meth
odist conference. Rev. Correll ls a
man of superior mental and spiritual
ability and all'who hear him cannot
fail to bo helped. Every one ls in
vited to attend and help with their
prayers to make this revival a suc
cess. Rev. A. lt, Vass, pastor of the
church, will assist In the meetings.
-We are glad to welcome to Wal
halla Mr. and Mrs. John J. Reeder,
who arrived Oils week and are occu
pying tho Moser residence on Maul
din street. Mr. and Mrs. Reeder were
but recently married, and have come
from Atlanta, of .which city Mrs.
Reeder 1? a native, and where Mr.
Reeder h is resided for a number of
years, to make their homo hore. Mr'.
Reeder recently graduated from tho
Atlanta Law School and expects to
practice his profession here. Mr. and
Mrs. Reeder will bo most cordially
welcomed to our midst.
)ER -.
; of our Churns to-day,
Grocery Co.
-Second-hand Dddg* touring oar,
Dode? roadster, Oakland touring car,
Ford truck. Oreen Motor Co., Wal
kalla, 8. C.-adv. 27-28.
-Mr. and Mrs. W. P. White, of
Anderson, are visitors in Walhalla tor
a few days thia week, Mr. White be
ing here to attend court. During
their stay they are guests of Mrs.
White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
A. Hetrick.
-B. M. Smith, of Walhalla Route
?., yesterday sent to us a freak in the
nature of a hon egg, which was laid
by au ordinary-sized Rhode Island
hen, tho egg measuring sevon and a
half inches around ono way and nine
inches around tho long way. Tho
egg weighs even one-half pound and
has a semi-soft, sholl;
-Mr. and M -s. S. "G. Pitchford,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pitchford and
Miss Idah Puchford, of Greenville,
aro taking their vacation In Walhalla
r.t tho homo of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. N. Pitchford. Their many
friends of theso young people aro de
lighted to meet them again, and to
learn that "Charlie" is rapidly recov
ering from his recent Illness.
-An enthusiastic meeting of the
Kayne Circle was held,on Friday af
ternoon with Mrs. Claude Reid as Ita
attractive hostess. Roll-call was an
swered with names of ante-bellum
statesmen, after which the following
program was presented: "Various
Homo Industries," bv MrB. W. D.
Moss; "Life of John C. Calhoun," by
Mrs. Harry Hughs; "Carolina," by
Miss Eloise Strother. After the busi
ness session the club adjourned, and
during the social hour a salad course
was enjoyed.
-'Rev. W. B. Aull took charge ol
the Walhalla postofflce last Saturday
as postmaster, he having received hie
appointment and all other necessary
papers In connection therewith. He
will doubtless make a capable and
efficient postmaster, and ho follows
tho best postmaster Walhalla has
ever had. Mr. Fant, who retires, line
been In the mall service practically
all his life, and since his appoint merit
as postmaster at Walhalla has proven
his ability in that capacity to a de
greo even greater than that which
marked his work in the railway mail
-The Anderson district confer
euee of the Methodist church wil
convene In the Walhalla Methodist
church this week. Anderson district
comprises all of Anderson and Oco
neo counties, and lt is expected thal
there will bc present representatives
clerical and lay, from all the Metho
dist churches in tho two counties. Tin
conferenco will open this (Wednes
day) evening at the usual hour fo:
service, with a sermon by Rev. L. P
McGee, pastor of St. John's church
Anderson. The sessions will continu*
through Thursday and Friday, am
tho public is cordially invited. Ol
both Thursday and Friday dlnne
will be served to members of the con
terence and visitors, at tho church
by the ladles of the church.
-A lovely party was that of las
Thursday aftornoon, when Mrs
Lewis C. Harrison graciously enter
talned the rook club and a few In
vlted guests at her apartment 01
Faculty HUI, The entlro front, floo
of this attractlvo homo was throwi
together. Tho season's garden flow
crs added color and fragrance. Ta
bles were set for progressive roo?
After a series of games, Miss Elols
Strother, In the cut for top seo?
was presented a hand-embroidere
card table cover, while Mrs. Monro
McDonald, In the cut for tho consola
tlon, was presented a deck of rool
cards. At tho close If this enjoyabl
aftornoon delicious vanilla cream am
iced block cakes were served by th
hostess, assisted by Mrs. Hayno Jone
and Miss Janlo Harrison.
-Wo aro selling calcium arsonat
for cost, or 13.30 cents per pound
in barrel lots. Wo are also sellln,
tho dusters at cost-the Bosch fo
$13.85 and tho Feeney for $13.50
plus tho express. Westminster Oil t
Fertilizer Co.,' Jas. G. Broazealc
Westminster Loan & Trust Co., West
minster Bank,Westminster,S.C. 27
-Master David Wilson Carroll, o
Westminster, was a welcome visito
to The Courier office yesterday, II
was in Walhalla with his father, M
S. Carroll, who was attending court
Wo are always glad to see our HUI
friends from out of town, and w
hope to have the pleasure of anothe
call from Davis soon. He ls a young
?ter of no little Interest, and an ol:
server on ninny lines. One thing i
particular struck us as being quite t
Hie point. When wo observed that w
wtro going to. make mention of hi
pleasant call, he replied: "Well, '
have never had my name in tho pa
per, but not long ago a man over ou
way shot another man, and his nam
got in tho paper" Quite so. An
young David will find as ho Journoy
further on the road of liff? that thor
?ire lots of conditions that seem t
bo somewhat out of jibo with "th
eternal fitness of things." And latei
too, he will .understand moro fully.
-Mr. aa* Mrs. M. R. McDonald
and children returned last week Af
ter a ten day?' visit to relatives In
-Little Miss Marton Gaines, of
'Pondergrasso, .Ga., is the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Harold NT. Phillips,
of Walhalla, this week.
-Milan Wood, of Wilmington, N.
C., spent several days this week vis
iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S.
N. Pitchford.
-The many friends of J. C. Kamp
ley will bo ploasotl to learn that ho
has returned homo and is now con
valescing, following a recent opera
tion at a hospital in Baltimore.
-Born, unto Mr. and Mrs Eu
gene Bog?s, of tho Now Hopo section,
on Juno 27th, an 11-pouud girl. Tho
little lady will bo called Eugenia Mc
Clain Boggs. Congratulations.
-Miss Myrtlo Hendricks, of Lees
ville, is spending some time in Wal
halla visiting at the home of her
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. McDon
-Mrs. H. N. Gray and son Ralph,
and Misses May Chastaln aud Clara
Smith, of Atlanta, are visiting at tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hunt, of
-Mrs. C. D. iPlnson, who has been
spending some time In Walhalla as
tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Steck, returned to her home In At
lanta to-day.
-Mrs. J. A. Steck will leave to
morrow for Baltimore to accompany
Miss Buffle Moss, of Greenville, to
that city. Miss Moss, on tho advice
of her physicians, will go to Johns
Hopkins Hospital for treatment and
possibly an operation. |Her many
friends In Walhalla will hope for her
early restoration to health.
-The Star Theatre, of Seneca,
announces for the latter part of this
week as Its attractions: Thursday,
July 6th, Tom Mix In "After Your
Own Heart," and Friday Wallace
Reid lu "The Hell Diggers." Both
these attractions are well worth a
trip to Seneca to see. They will be
enjoyed by all who seo them.-adv.*
-The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Walhalla Presbyterian church will
meet at the residence of Mrs. .Ins. H.
Darby on Thursday afternoon, July
Gib, (to-morrow), at 5 o'clock. Cir
cle No. 2 will be hostess to Circles
Nos. 1 and 3. lt being the anniver
sary of tlie auxiliary, each member ls
asked to take a silver offering of 10
couts, or as many dimes as it is con
venient to contribute.
-Mrs. Frank E. Harrison received
a telegram Sunday morning announc
ing tho sudden death of Mrs. Harri
son's brother, William M. Connor.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison left immedi
ately for Charleston to attend the
funeral. The Interment took place
Monday lu tho family plot In Magno
lia cemetery, Charleston. Mr. Con
nor had visited at the Harrison home
here on numorous occasions, and ho
made many friends among our peo
ple, who will regret to learn of his
death. Mr. Connor was a prominent
business man of Charleston.
-We are selling calcium arsenate
for cost, or 13.30 cents per pound,
in barrel lots. Wo are also selling
the dusters at cost-the Dosch for
$13.85 and the Feeney for $13.50,
plus tho express. Westminster Oil &
Fertilizer Co., Jas. G. Broazeale,
Westminster Loan & Trust Co., West
minster Bank,Westminster.S.C. 27-8
-'L. R. Boggs, of Seneca Route 1,
has our thanks for a treat to samples
cf his various varieties of June ap
ples - the Carolina, Buncombe and
other varieties. They are exception
ally fino lu flavor and perfect In for
mation as well as being free from
blemishes. Mr. Boggs has, he aays,
a fine prospect for later varieties of
apples, and if nothing unforeseen oc
curs expects to have In his home at
this timo next year a quantity of ap
ples from his 1922 crop. He ls sol
dom without apples In abundance in
his homo twelve months In tho ytar.
-A very Interesting meeting of
tho Paul Hoyne Circle was hold at
tho homo of Mrs. John A. Ansel on
.lune 30th. Three very good papers
were read, as follows: An account of
tho Secession Convention, by Miss
Smith: "Reconstruction Days In
South Carolina," by Miss Harrison ;
"Description of tho Red Shirt Move
ment," by Mrs. Aull. Miss (Judger
then gave a splendid talk on "Hy
giene and Health; thc Ways and
Means to Prevent this Dread Disease,
Tuberculosis." Tho meeting then ad
journed, after which delicious re
freshments wero served by tho host
Windstorm Demolishes Building.
Augusta, Ga., July 3. - A wind
storm of cyclonic proportions struck
tho west end of tho city this after
noon, demolishing tho conter section
of tho main fair building, uprooting
scores of treos and tearing down sov
eral small houses. No injuries - to
persons hnvo been reported to tho
police sp far- , .
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Hospocted Citizen of Whitewater Sec
tion Calle<l to H Ls Reward.
There are many in Oconee and
elsewhere In the upper part of this
State and 'North Carolina who will
karn with deep regret of tho death
of J. N. Breedllve, which sad event
occurred at his home In the White
water section of Oconeo on June 20,
after a very short illness.
Mr. Dreedlovo was horn In Tran
sylvania county, North Carolina,
about ono mile from where the old
Toxaway dam was located, but had
for many years made his homo in
Oconeo county. He was well and
favorably known in our section, and
in his death a good citizen has been
called to his reward.
Mr. Dreedlovo was sick only a few
hours, having boon taken 111 about 8
o'clock Monday evening, and he died
at 4 o'clock Tuesday morning. He
had, however, been in poor health
for several years, though able almost
all the time to be up and going, and
for two or three months had seemed
to be Improving. His death came as
a shock to tho entire community In
which he lived. He was of a Jolly
disposition and scattered sunshine
and good cheer wherever ho went. He
was honest and upright in all of his
dealings with his fellow man, and
was never too busy to help one In
need. He will be sadly missed In his
home and community, and not only
there, but throughout our county and
wherever he was known.
He leaves ono brother, three sis
ters, his wife and nine children and
several grandchildren to mourn his
His body was laid to rest In the
Lakeside cemetery, near Lake Toxa
way, N. C., In tho presence of a large
concourse of sorrowing relatives and
friends. In the absence of tho pastor
the funeral sorvlcos were conducted
by Rev. Ward Dreedlovo.
The bereaved family have the deep
sympathy of many friends In their
time of sorrow.
V?t?rans' Meeting nt Court House.
A second mooting of all veterans
of the World War is called for next
Thursday night (to-morrow), July
6th, at 8.30 o'clock, at the Court
House. H is especially Important
that all ox-servico men of Oconeo
county 3hnll attend this meeting.
Plans will be further perfected for
Lho reunion of Orr's Regiment that
tvlll be held In Walhalla In August.
The matter of tho reorganization
sf tho American legion in Oconee
county will also bo taken up. There
fore a full attendance ls necessary.
H. F. Sloan.
Seneca Township Singers.
Tho Seneca Township Singing \a
iodation will meet with Friendship
diurch on Sunday, July 9th, at two
Vclock p. m. Everybody is Invitad
0 attend and help make thc occasl m
1 great success.
Joo M. Abbott, President.
Bishop Querry Undergoes Operation.
(Charleston Nows and Courier, 3d.)
Tho Right Rov. William A. Querry,
D.D., bishop of tho Episcopal dlocoso
}f South Carolina, ls In a Columbi;
?ospltnl, where ho underwent a ml
?or oporatlon. Tho bishop ls reported
o be doing nicely, and ls expected to
)0 out soon. .
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its beauty, but mote import*
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Motlier Witnesses Horrible Death of
Her Fi ve-Year-Old Son.'
Columbia, July 1.-Bernard Hen
derson, Ave years old, who lived with
his parents near Eastover, was to
day crushed to death by an elovator
in tho Union National Bank Building
at 11.30 o'clock.
Tho accident occurred as the ele
vator in tho east shaft waa approach
ing tho second floor, the little fellow
and his mother being passengers.'
The tot lost his balance, bis head be
ing caught between the .floor of the
elevator and thc shaft. A part of the
skull was torn away, and death carno
Another tragic feature of the ac
cident was the fact that tho boy's
mother, Mrs. Rosa Henderson, was
a witness to thc accident, and in
spite of her frantic effort to clutch
the falling boy and draw lum away
from Impending death, she was forc
ed to witness the tragic fate of her
little son.
The car was stopped at thc second
floor and the body removed. Tho
horror-stricken mother was given lm
ntedjiato ^attention ;by jsynipathotlc
persons having offices in tho build
ing, who were attracted by her
screams, and of women in the car.
Half an hour after the accident
Mrs. Henderson was taken to the Co
lumbia Hospital by Dr. W. A. Boyd,
suffering from shock, and the hospi
tal authorities began efforts to com
municate with tho Henderson family
by telephone. Tho distracted woman
was given every posaoble attention at
tho hospital, pending the arrival of
members of tho family.
Mrs. Henderson and little Barnard
were on their way to tho office of Dr.
G. A. Bauer, where the lad was being
treated. He and his mother had
been visiting Dr. Bauer's office for
several weeks, the child being a suf
ferer from a nervous trouble, accord
ing to Dr. Bauer,
Tho father of tho dead lad, Gro
ver Henderson, Is sick at bia home,
Mrs. Henderson said, when Dr. Bauer
offered to call him over the telephone
Woman Drowned in lynlee.
Atlanta, July 3.-Mrs. Elizabeth
H. Cook, GO years of age, was drown
ed, and ber daughter, Mrs. Mary
Cook Aldridge, barely missed a sim
ilar fate lato yesterday afternoon,
when tho automobile In which they
were riding plunged Into the lake
at tho East Dake Country Club. Mrs.
Aldridge's lifo was saved by arii
tlclal respiration.
Mrs. Cook and hor daughter had
boon watching tho bathers, and Mrs.
Aldridge said sho lost control of tho
steering gear, and tho machine was
plunged backward into (Ifleon feet
of water when they started away, Tho
two W? men wero alone lathe car.
Conference nt Double Springs.
Tho qnnrtorly conference of tho
Double Springs Methodist church will
convene nt Double Springs on Satur
day, July 8th, nt ll a.m. On Sunday,
July Otb, at ll a. m. Rov. A. H.
Holler will hold .services at Double
Springs, and at i p. m. he will con
duct services at Laurol Springs. Tho
congregations of both churches aro
urged to attend tho sorvices.
(Rev.) D. A. J off coat.

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