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conformity with Federal ruling on
such matters.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 0. 1022,
Walhalla .nul her people Join in
extending io tl"' Confedi rate Vet
erans a hearty welcome to our midst
Munday nu Tuesday nt' next week.
Aug. I I and 1 Walhalla lias had
the pleasure and 'lie honor of mi
li rt lining the members o? Orr's Reg
Itnenl and other Confederate soldiers
ir. t in* past, . nd t he town ti nd her
people never tire of having these
men in our midst. Tin y have always
boen kimi enough to say that their
ii pp rec I ?i i ion of Walhalla's efforts m
their behalf ?vere appreciate.! beyond
their ability lo express, and thc peo
ple oi" our to-wn and county are de
lighted always to honor them ?ind
entertain them to the best of their
Tho 1022 reunion will, however,
bo unique in that it is the first time
that the old soldiers have been es
sentially ihe guests of tiie young
soldier;; Mm Civil War Veterans be
ing this year ihr guests of the World
War Veterans. These ' youngsters"
are making very effort to give the
old soldiers Tl IK reunion of their
li open-hearted hospitality, warm
welcome, unmeasured admiration for
tho mon who fought for us before we
wc..it? i.'tvr* those old ^oldler^ ?
ha Ve it
Cm Indi alf o' vVnlhaila ? nd lier rWio
invitation is extended to every Con
fedi rato Veteran to come and bo
not only among us, but of us as we!!,
for this great occasion.
Wily Georgia manufacturers of
all sorts of punk "sure death to boll
weevils" tell the farmers to use tho
preparations they put up TO SELL,
and "make more cotton than you
ever made before." When you seo
th eso boll weevil "sure cures" ad
vertised, just think tho matter over
n bit. Why don't the Georgia farm
ers use these commercial "sure
cures" and "raise moro cotton than
ever liefere "
Hore are some of the reports, by
counties, issued last week, on tho
crop conditions on the other sido of
the river:
"Jasper County-Indicated yield,
2Od hales.
"Madison County-Weather con
ditions cloudy and rainy, favoring
boll weevils.
"Newton County-Twice as many
weevils, compared with last year.
"Putnam County--Weevils in ev
ery bold. Estimate 100 huies for
county against IS,OOO before weevils
c n me.
"Lincoln County--Crop very late
Too much rain.
"Uni Hill County- Worst shed
ding I oversaw. Still raining.
"Wilkes County-This county will
not make 1,000 halos, against 8,000
last year and 28,000 In 1920."
ir, would seem that tho Georgia
commercial " sure cures for weevils"
must be made more for "a killing"
among South Carolina suckers than
t.) kill we,.vils in the Kmplro State
ot tho South.
At any rate, don't grab tho whole
bait when ?? is again thrown out. Il
will likely bo tried In tho early spring
again. Let tho Georgia weevil con
,:" ' rc inf er j ou f Ink anj
money ?i, those "boll weovil sun
"Hauling bay to feed mules-tc
ra ISO colton to feed boll weevils.'
There's a whole basket picnic Ol
food for thought in those word?;
which uro used by County Agent 0
R. Briggs in hia communication Hilt
week, pitch Into this dinner basket
Mr. Oeoneo Farmer, help yoursol:
liberally, but don't gorge. Eat slow
ly-lt's mighty rich food-and chew
thoroughly, and you will get tho very
kind of nourishment from it that
you neod. Mr. Briggs has booh writ
ing lots of good stuff for a long time,
but he got right down to tho essene.)
of things tu a fow words this woek
and gave just what is heeded, if
properly studied and thought ovor,
to serve as a winter's supply of food
for thought. Cut out those two lilies
and study them aftor the boll wovil
Las gathered your 1922 crop. And
then 1)0 ready to chango things at
tho opening of next spring.
Evory now and then wo noto re
ports of happenings that seem to flt
admirably Into conditions and har
monize beautifully with facts'. Tho
Flat Head indians recently have
made President Harding an honorary
member of their tribe.
Louis Hniikin Hit ten by Dog Suspect
ed ot' Hoing Unbid.
Bounty Land, Aug. 7. - Special:
Tho Bounty Land School Improve
ment association will meet at the
tchool house next Friday afternoon
at 3.30. Everybody In the commu
nity is invited to be present.
.Miss Notlle Hubbard is visiting in
Westminster as a guest of Miss Alice
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hughs, of
Walhalla, spent Sunday with tho for
mer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Koni rt Hubbard and
children aro un a visit to relatives in
Hubbard Allen Knox ami his uncle
.loira Ballenger, spent a few days
last week al Tallulah Kalis, t?a.
Cherry Davis, of Seneca. Miss Ed
Uli ll nilson, of Jacksonville, Fla.,
and Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Shanklin and
son, Hill, of Anderson, were guests
in tho Davis home recently.
Miss Louise Wright is spending
this week in Sandy Springs willi her
CCUSlll, Miss Cornelia .Mi la m.
C. K. Rankin and two sous, of
Jordania, spent Sunday with the for
mer's mother, Mrs. R. X. Rankin.
Mrs. Nally and two children, of
(lie Coneross section, spent last week
with tho former's sister, Mrs. L. W.
E. R. Shanklin was in Greenville
on business Friday.
The Interdenominational Sunday
School i ii t&tttt?u >\ i'.l moot, at I h o j
' UicnL.ad t Vosb y i'.ciun church on thc j
' loth fn'sUint, anil -t corilla! invitation
j to tb.O pu bi i< ls .-xtomled.
.?i (jiciL ovont, UL lUi?ro?i .o oui
people, is tho big reunion picnic to
bc hold at Fairview next Thursday.
A good limo is anticipated.
A charming entertainment of las'
week was that given last Tuesday by
Miss Ada Wyly in her elegant and
hospitable homo, in honor of her
house guest. Miss Bessio daddy, of
Wingate X. C. An interesting auto
mobile contest engaged the attention
of tiio guests. *he efficiency prize, a
dainty piece of handwork, being won
by Miss Cora Hubbard. Delicious re
freshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bennett and lit
tle son Lee, of Greenville, were late
guests of Mrs. Bennett's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. Stone.
Miss Julia Davis left Friday to
Join a camping party from Easley on
a trip to the mountains of Xorth
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. McMahan and
two children, of Lincolnton, Ga., are
visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. McMahan.
Mrs. Sallie H. Coe and daughter,
Miss Vera, who have been visiting
in Lincolnton, Ga., returned home
f'W days ago.
Several of our community ladles
attended the Presbyterial Institute
held in Seneca last Thursday.
Louis 1'. Rankin was bitten by his
(?o.; last Saturday morning, and it
??: fea roil that the dog was rabid.
Tho dog's hoad was sent to Columbia
for examination Immediately, but
nothing ns yet has boen heard from
the examination. This ls tho second
time Louis lias boon bitten, tho dog
in each, case showing symptoms of
hydrophobia. Wo hope the exami
nation in this caso, as did tho other,
will prove negative as to rabies.
Maor Geo. P. Cutler, principal of
1 Richmond Academy, Augusta, Ga.,
stopped at the homo of D .A. Porritt
1 recently on his return to Augusta
- from Orlmshawo, X. C., where he
> spent a few weeks.
Miss .lanie Owens visited last week
' in Newry, going from there to Ci rec. l
! villi tho hitler part of tho week.
S. Morris Shanklin and family, of
Franklin, X. C., aro on an extended
> visit to relatives in this vicinity.
Little Miss Kathleen Galloway, of
P Elberton, Ga., spent a few days last
, week with her cousin, Miss Sara
< A delightful dinner party was on
, lortalned last Wednesday by Misses
t Sallio and Julia Davis, tho partlci
- pants being Missos Cora and Zola and
Mw. II. AV. Thouing Dono*.
(Charleston N. and C., Au?. 3.?
Tho funeral services of Mrs. ??omy.
\V. Tholling, who dlod Monday u
lornoon at her rosidonce, Xo.
Logan street, will take place th
ternoon at 1 o'clock at St. Matt! i iv s
Lutherun church. Tho intel mont will
be at Bethany cemetery. Hey; I
Blomgren will olflclato at the ir?
Tho death of Mrs. TholUng, ho
before lier marriage was Miss j ta
A Ibers, came as a groat shock to lier
many friends. Mrs. Thoiling wa an
active member o f tho Luther Le. wa
of St. Matthew's church ami pr ni
nont in Sunday school work, a l
had a host of friends who moll i'll er
death. Sho is survived by her <is
frnnd, ono child, her mother, >vo
brothers and grandfather.
(Mr. and Mrs. Theiling were ll
known to many of the people ot '? li
liana and vicinity, and the annou; 8?
ment of her death will bc roce \
with genuine regret wherever ie
was known. Mr. Thailing ha? ti
morous friends hero, who will . n
with us in extending sympathy in
Dead Congressman Headed Tick
Washington, Aug. 4. - Altho !
dofeatcd by a dead man, SVilllai
Salmon, of Columbia, Tenn., has
tho Democratic nomination for 1
gross from the Seventh l'en tic
district, it was declared Friday
Congressional legal authorities.
The late Congressman L. P. I
gett, who died tho day before
election, drew 1,500 more rotes t
Salmon, and if he had lived wi
I:a vi* been returned a wir, nor in
Election authorities said, howe
that Tennessee voters who cast t
ballots for Padgett threw away t
votes, and Salmon, as tho only
ing candidate, is entitled to ibo r
inatlon. There were no other c .
Sanders Family Reunion.
On Tuesday, Aug. 1st, the r
tives and friends of Mrs S.anch
widow of the hue Rev. .1. Mil -
Sanders, gathered at the old lie
stoad, in tho Poplar Springs c
munity, and spent a most dolla h i
day in a family reunion.
Tho spacious oak grove ht V
looked more inviting with <u -MM
?hado, dottod with n?elons and Broil
ing children |Old?)Uhio mutis, a.
v.c.W as plenty of genuine "rag," Wa>s
m ino air, made ny Messrs, Hop
kins, King and Sanders on tho vio
lin, guitar and autoharp.
At 1 o'clock a sumptuous dinner
was served. The long table groaned
under a load of tempting viands.
Mrs. Sanders was sixty-eight years
old, and has soven children living,
forty-four grandchildren and nine
great-grandchildren. She is halo and
hearty for one of her age, and her
children and many friends hope that
she may have many happy returns
of the day.
Card of Thanks.
Editor Keoweo Courier:
Please allow us space in your col
umns to expr?s sour thanks to our
many friends and neighbors for
tho kindness shown us at the death
of our dear son and brother, and for
tho many beautiful floral tributes.
May God's richest blessings rest
upon each and every one is our ear
nest prayer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cox
adv.) and Family.
Long Creek, Aug. 5, 102 2.
Xcttio Hubbard, Annie and Carrie
McMahan, Cary Doyle, Mary Julia
Shanklin, Lura Porritt and Mrs. D.
S. Abbott. Tho occasion was heartily
enjoyed by all.
Mr. and Mrs. S. NT. Hughs and sons,
Stiles and Kenneth, and Misses Pearl
and La'la Ballcnger motored to Old
Pendleton one day last week.
Following aro the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Strlbling last week:
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Jordan, their son
and daughter, Sloan and Miss Emily
Jordan, of Greenville; Rev. T. M.
Strlbling and son Ross, of Waynes
boro, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Strlb
ling and son, S. C., Jr., of Gaffney;
B. II. Strlbling, of Batosburg; Mrs.
J. H. Wilson, Mrs. Louis Shoemaker
and children, of Cranbury, 'lexus,
and Mrs. Sloan Bruce and John Mor
ris, of Avalon, Ga.
Tho Morton - Willlams-Broom re
union on the Ith was Iteartilj en
joyed by a large assemblage o? rel
atives and friends. This reunion was
held In tho spacious old .stokes
Strlbling home, whore Mr. and Mrs,
Williams now reside. Tho occasion
will long bo remembered by thc
many who attended as one of thc
most enjoyable ever hold.
Thc Gypsy Smith clrclo will meei
with Mrs. 13, L. S^no next Frida)
afternoon at 1.30. It ls boped that
all members will bo present.
President Morrison Urges Full At
tendance on Both Sessions.
! Tho Ptckens County Sunday School
?convention will bo held ut Lawrence
j Chapel on Sunday, Aug. 13th. The
? Oconee convention will be held at
' Richland, In tho Presbyterian church,
Jon Tuosday, Aug. Ipth,
Let mo urge a full attendance at
both. Tho recent conventions lu
other sections of the State have bro
ken records numerically and llnan
cially. Wo mountaineers must not
and will not-fall bohind.
Time will bo given at Richland to
preparo 'for the Gipsy Smith services
at Seneca.
Loyd George calls attention to pre
parations for making for another
and more horrible world war, and
urges Christians everywhere to work
and pray for peace. Let's do our blt!
Our own country is striko torn.
Henry Ford's paper in its last issue
declares the awakening and devel
opment of tho Christian conscience
alone can save civilization.
Sunday school people of Oconee,
let us go into our work with all our
might. Let us build our own walls
light In front.
Lot's mako our Richland conven
tion tho host ever. Come In automo
bile loads and truck loads!
Re mein ber Carmon's words
8ood, better, best,
And let's never rest
Until good is better
And bettor's best!
Wm. S. .Morrison,
Pres. Oconee Co. S. S. Convention.
Tho Whitmiro Cemetery.
All persons interested in the ceme
tery at Whitmiro Methodist church
will please meet there on Saturday.
Aug. 12th, with tools to work, as it
needs some work very badly.
Chas. D. Perry.
Whereas, by authority of Act No.
14 9, of the 1919 Sosston? of the Gen
eral Assembly, approved the 7th day
of March, l?t!?, I will oller for sale,
in front of the Court House door, at
Walhalla. S. C.. on MONDAY, tho
4th day of September, 1 922, between
tho legal hours of sale, the follow
ing described property, to-wit:
One Oakland Sensible Six Automo
bile, License No. B-l 0-007. Samo
seized from Homer Childers.
One Ford Touring Car. Model 2 0.
Lblconso No A -1 ;?-;.C' ; Motor No.
! 14 84 4 7 7.
! "rn Ford Strip 'own. Model 20,
License No. I l-l li S vt ot Ol No. (Can't
find. f !
All tho above cars seized and de
clared forfeited and for sale by the
authorities by reason of their being
used in tho unlawful transportation
ol' intoxicating liquors ill violation of
the Prohibition Laws of the State of
South Carolina.
The owners may redeem said au
tomobiles on oi before thc day of the
sale by paying to the County Treas
urer the actual value of said auto
mobiles, to be determined by the
Supervisor and his Hoard.
Terms of Sale-CASH.
Sheriff of Oconee County, S. C.
Aug. 9, 1922. 32-35
The State of South Carolina, Coun
ty of Oconeo.- (In Court of Probate)
-By V. F. MARTIN, Esq., Probate
Judge. - Whereas, J. L. Kell has
made suit to mo to grant him Let
ters of Administration of the Estate
of and Effects of Victor H. Jones,
These are, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular tho kin
dred and creditors of the said Victor
H. Jones. Deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in Hie Court
of Probate, to be held nt Walhalla
Court House, South Carolina, on
Tuesday, , the 22d day of August,
1922, after publication hereof, at ll
o'clock In the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the said
Administration should not be grant
Given under my hand and seal this
7th day of August, A. D. 1922.
Judgo of Probato for Oconee Co., *3.C.
Published on the 8th and 16th
days of August, 1922. In The Keo
wee Courier, and on the Court House
door for Hie time prescribed by law.
Aug. 9, 1 922. 32-33
The Stato of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.-By V. F. Mar
tln, Judge of Probate.-Whereas,
Lizzie Blassingamc and E. L. Kiblcr
havo made suit to me to grant them
Letters of Administration of Hie Es
tato of and Effects of Hovey B. Blas
s?ngame, Deceased
Thoso nrn, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said Hovey
B. Blassingame, Deceased, that they
be and appear before mr-, in the
, Court of Probate, to be held at Wal
, halla Court House, South Carolina,
on Friday, the 18th day of August.
1 1 922. after publication hereof, nt ll
, o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why tho said
, Administration should not be grant
1 Givon under my hand and seal this
2d day of August, A. D, 1922.
t Published on the 9th and 10th
, days of August, 1922, in Tho Keo
, woo Courier, and on tho Court Houno
' door for tho limo prescribed by lnw.
Aug. 9, 1922. 32-33
This is an ideal time
perhaps put off repaintn
as the price has been hi
We have good stocki
Paints c
and the prices are very
months ago-in fact, c:
considering quality?
May wc have the pie
mate on your Paint Nc
Ballenger H;
to prepare for posi
them. For full in foi
The State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.- (In Court of
Probate.)-By V. F. Martin, Judge
of . Probate. - Whereas, tho Titlo
Guara atoe and Trust Co. have made
suit io me to grant them Letters of
Administrtion, with the will annexed,
o? tho Estate of and Effects of Miss
Annie L. Hoke, Deceased
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of tho said Miss Annie
L. Hoke, Deceased, that they be and
appear beforo me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Walhalla Court
House, South Carolina, on FRIDAY,
tho 11th day of. August, 1922, after
publication hereof, at. 11 o'clock in
tho forenoons lo sho.w causo, if any
'.hoy have why tho" yahl Adiuiiuslra
tion should J?ot he granted!
Givon under my band and sea! this
26th day of July, A h. 1922.
(Seal.) V. F. MARTIN,
Judge of Probate for Oconee County,
South Carolina.
Published on the 2d and Otb days
of August, li?22, in Tho Koowco
Courier, and on tho Court House
door for the time prescribed by law.
Aug. 2, 1922. 31-32
Tho State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.
Norwood National Bank, a Corpora
tion, Plaintiff,
Mary Li. Cary, individually, as Trus
tee of W. h. Cary, and as Execu
trix of tho Estate of John C. Cary.
Deceased, W. L. Cary, Frank H.
Barrett, F. M. Cary, and J. Nor
wood Cleaveland, Defendants.
To tho Defendant, \V. D. Cary, Above
Named :
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer tho Complaint in
this action, of which a copy is here
with served upon you, and to servo
a copy of your Answer to tho said
Complaint on tho subscribers, at
their ofllces In the Masonic Temple.
Greenville, S. C., within twenty days
after the service hereof, exclusive of
tho day of such service; and if you
fail to answer tho Complaint within
the timo aforesaid, the Plaintiff in I
this action will apply to tho Court
for the relief demanded in tho Com
Greenville, S. C., Juno 23, 1922.
Haynesworth & Haynesworth,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
To the Defendant, \V. Ii. Cary:
Please take notice, that tho Sum
mons in the above entitled action
has been served upon you by publi
cation, and that tho Original Sum
mons and Complaint aro on filo in
the oihee of tho Clerk of Court, in
Hie County of Oconee, South Caro
Haynesworth & Haynesworth.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Aug. 9, 1922. 32-33
State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.
To thc Qualified Electors and Resi
dent Freeholders of Legal Voting
Age, of West Union School Dis
trict. No. 27, in the County and
Stato Aforesaid: -
Please take notice, That an Elec
tion will be hold In said District up
on tho question of voting bonds lo
tho amount of $10.000.00, on SAT
URDAY, August 19th, 192 2, between
tho hours of 7 A. M. and I P, M., at
Hutchison Rrothors' Storo. Said
amount to be used for building pur
posts in said District.
Supt. of Education, Oconee Co.
Aug. 9, 1922. 32-33
for painting, Yoti have
ig now for some time,
; of
ind Oils M
much less than twelve
xceptionally reasonable,
asure of making an esti
ardware Co.
i, S, C,
3 BooKKeepers
5 Stenographers
tions now awaiting
rmation address:
)0D, S. C.
ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ' ty ty
ty? ?ty ?J? ?ty ?ty ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?ty ?ty ?J- ?ty
At the solicitation of no one, I
hereby announco myself a candidate
for.. Hie House of Representatives,
subject to rules of tho Democratic
par'.y. If elected 1 will, render the
best service of which I am capable.
I hereby announce myslef.a candi
date for the House of Represento?- .
lives from Oconee County, subject to
tho ?viii of tho Democratic voters In
rho primary election sud under tho
lvnu.cta?ofparty. ! will appreciate
v., .r tuu>!>orV. .1. H. G5LYMPH,
I hereby announco myself a can
didato for the House of Representa
tives from Oconco County, my can
didacy being subject to tho rules and
regulations of tho Democratic party
in tho primary elections.
\V. L. DALTON is hereby an
nounced ns a candidato for re-elec
tion to the House of Representatives
form Oconee County, subject to the
rules and regulations of tho Demo
cratic party in the primary elections.
I hereby announco myself a candi
date for tho House of Representa
tives from Oconee County, subject
to the will of tho Democratic voters
in the primary elections. I pledge
my best efforts If elected.
Tho friends of J. R. ORR horoby
announce him a candidate for the
House of Representatives from Oco
nee County, subject to the rules of
the Democratic party in tho primary
I hereby announco myself a can
didate fbr re-election *o the office of
Judge of Probate of Oconee County,
subject to the rules of the Democratic
primary election.
Subject to tho rules of tho Demo
cratic party, I horeby announco my
self a candidato for Congress from
Third Congressional District. I nm
a graduate of Clemson College and
a farmer.
1 announce myself a candidato for
Congress, Third District, subject to
tho rules and regulations of tho Dem
ocratic party in primary elections. I
will appreciate tho votes and support
of my friends in Oconee.
I nm a candidate for re-election to
Congress from tho Third Congres
sional District, subject to tho rules
cf tho Democratic party.
State of South Carolina,
County of Oconoo.
To the Qualified Electors and Resi
dent Freeholders of Legal Voting
Age of Bothlehom School District,
No. 51;
Ploaso take notice, that an Elec
tion will bo held in said District, nt
Mountain Rest, on SATURDAY, tho
12th day of AUGUST, 1022, for tho
purpose of voting a Special Tax of
Two Milln, to bo used for school pur
poses in said District, in accordance
With Section 17 12.
Superintendent of Education.
Aug. 2, 1022, 31-32

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