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New Series No. 940. - Volume LXXL - No. K.
Mules ?V? u
IWe arc in thc Mu? e. Businss
! ped our first Mules last wcel
good fresh Mules from now
try Mules. Thc pi 1:9*5 ai
20 years ago.
C. W. & J. E
\j??^Z? It Pays to B
H isl 101) Candler lo Preach In January
O.A.lt. School Oir?a Entertained.
Seneca, ..Doc. 26. - Special: Tho
numerous friends lu ?his and other
?sections of tho State will he gratified
to know that Mrs. .1. ll. Pickett, who
has bopn seriously ill, her life hav
ing hoon despaired of at one time, Ipis
passed tho crisis, and unless con pli
cations arise, she will soon bc on tho
road to recovery.
.for. and Mrs. J. H. Burgess and
daughtor Mary loft Friday for Union
Springs, Ala., to spend tho Christmas
season with their son .abd daughter
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thoa. Burgess,
lt Is probable that Miss Typhaino
Burgess, of Easton, Md., will join tho
family there in a few days.
Mri and Mrs. Henry Garrison, pt
McColl, and Clyde Garrison, of Char
leston, are with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Garrison, for tho holi
day season,
. Mr. and Mrs.* Geo. W. Shelor and
two little children, George, Jr., and
archie, of Andorson, spent Christmas
With Mir. Sbelor's mother, Mrs. John
W. Shelor, of tho Richland commu
nity, and other relatives in Seneca.
Miss Vivian Bradborry, who bas
boon teaching in tho Piedmont
schools the past terni, ls at home for
/tho Christmas holidays. '
Vs Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hopkins, of
Atlanta, arrived last wock to spend
tho holiday season with their homo
folks. They will visit Mr. Hopkins'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins,
In Westminster, during their stay
Mrs. L. A. Dickson has her daugh
ter, Miss Dorothy Dickson, of Win
throp Col?ogo, and two sons, Malcom,
of tho Theological Seminary, Colom
bia, and Winifred, teacher of agricul
ture in the Cross Anchor school, with
her for tho holidays.
Next Sunday hoing tho fifth Sun
day, thoro will bo union sorvices in
tho Presbyterian church, in which all
donomina'lons of the town aro ex
poctod to Amito. Tho choral club has
given considerable timo in prepara
tion for a program of music, tho
music hoing a special fentnre of tho
services. If weather conditions aro
favorable,, no doubt the church will
be filled to capacity.
The church-going people will lonni
with pleasure that. Bishop Warren A.
Candler, of Atlanta, will preach In
Snoca on the second Sunday in Jan
uary. Our pooplo havo had tho pleas
ure of hearing thia distinguished di
vine on previous occasions and will
be glad to havo anothor opportunity
of hearing him.
A Christmas pageant was presented
in tho Prosbytor'an church Sunday
evening at tho hour for proachlng,
tho members of the Sunday school,
including a numbor of primary and
Junior children, hoing on tho pro
gram. During tho program Miss Mil
dred Heller, on bohalf of tho Chris
tian Endoavor Socioty, presented to
Rev. I. E. Wallaco a handsome Bible.
Her presentation speech was most
feelingly given, spoelal mention ho
ing - made of hU work among tho
' ' ' A '. . .
Ill Moles
; good and strong;. We ship
z, and will have plenty of
on. Also, some good Coun
re as cheap as they were
LA, S. C.
ny for Cash. J&JZ?
young people's organizations, tho
Hoy Scouts, Chriottan Endeavor-all
his influence on those young lives
holplng tb make Seneca a cleaner arid
hotter town for thom to live in. Mr.
Wallace's resignation as pasotr of
tho Presbyterian church has been tho
i cause of profound regret by his hosts
Of, friends hero.
/ A beautiful (Christmas program'
was given in the Baptist church Sun
day evening and was creditably car
ried out by a large number of young
people of the Sunday achoo).
; The January m?etlng^?f tho IT;, TX
C. chapter will bo hold at tho home
of Mrs. ll. H. Lawrence (with several
joint hostesses). As there will be an
election of president and correspond
ing socretary at this time, a full at
tendance is doslred. The chapter re
grets that circumstances were such
that tho president, Mrs. C. M. Bow
en, and corresponding socretary, Mrs
G. W. Hallenger, deemed it necessary
to tender thoir resignations of thc
abovo ofliccs. Members will please
notify Mrs. Lawronco as early as con
venient if they cannot be present.
Tho .hour for the meeting is 3.30
o'clock. j
M\iss Stella Bowen and Miss Alma
Jeffcoat, pupils of tho Tamasseo D.A.
It. school, aro guests of the Seiveca
D. A.It. members for the Christmas
holidays and-are rocoiving a cordial
wolcome, visiting in the different
homes and in many ways having at
tentions shown thom. They spoak In
the highest praise jof tho D.A.Ti.
school and tho wonderful opportu
nity offered the girls who attend tho
school. Miss. Grace Doll Jamos, the
superintendent, and her staff of
tonchor8 are doing splendid work.
Tho young ladies will leave Saturday
afternoon for Tamasseo to resume
thoir stud j 6s at thc reopening of tho
school on Monday morning.
Oconco Lady Passed Away at Home
at Ware Shoals Dec. Kith. ,
Ware Shoals? Dec. 21".-Special:
On tho lGth of this month tho den'.h
angel visited tho homo of Luther
Medlin and claimed his darling wife,
aged 24 years and 9 months^ Mrs.
Mjedlin had been a sufferer for tho
past two yoars from that droad dis
ease, tuberculosis. Sho was a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. GUmor ami
'ho Idol of tho homo. Sho was a real
child of God; thorofors wo weep "hot
as those who have no hope, but look
forward to tho day when wo shall
moot in that colectial city, whoro
separation novor comos. She loavo^
to mourn her death her husband and
a darling llttlo girl, her father and
mother, throe sisters aad many rela
tivos an* frionds. Tho bereaved fam
ily havo the sympathy of many hero
and hosts of frionds in Oconoo,
A loving ono from us is gone;
A voice wo lovod is stilled;
A jilaco is vacant In our hopie
That ivevor cnn bo filled.
Funeral ?orvlces wore conducted
ot tho home of hor father, ofter
which tho remains were laid to rost
In tho com'otory at Donalds to await
tho dawn of tho resurrection morn.
Christmas Greatly Enjoyed by AU.
Numerous Now Oise? of Mu.
Conoross, Doc. 25.-Special: As
this ^Christmas day, tba child run of
this community are up early enjoying
looking through their stockings to !
soo what Santa Claus has put into j
them during the night. Also grown
up- people are enjoying looking
through their Christmas gifts that!
have conic to them from theirs rienda
and loved ones.
Tho writer extends lo the readers \
of Tho Courier best wishes for a
merry Christinas and a happy New
Year. .... j
Wo are glad to have our school
teachers, who have come in from
their respectivo places of. employ
ment, at home willi us to spend Hie
Christmas holidays. Among these
are .Misses Ova Arve, Plat Shoals;
Nina Abbott, Isaquoena; I.c,na Ab
bott, Salem; Gracie Abholt, Long
Creek, and Elsie Fro) well, of Earle's
We aro glad to announce the im
proved condition ol' Grady Smith,who
bas been qui ba. ill for several weeks.
Several of bis relatives, Mcsdaiu s
William Wyatt and .lessie Croidon and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wyatt and chil
dren, of Fairview, were nmo'bg his
week-end guests. Iiis brother, W;ll
Smith, and family, of Greenville,
were also called to his bedside Sat
urday and Sunday.
Jesse King made a short visit to
relatives in Anderson last w?r.k.
Fred Roach and wife, of Westmin
ster, spent Saturday and Sunday with
baxter Roach and family hore.
The Bluo Ridge school closed last
Friday willi ? short Christmas pro
gram. In addition to this feature a
Christmas box was brought by aa'ch
teacher and distributed among tho
pUpils;of his or-'-irer-YOOm? 'The 'sev
eral teachers,. H. Hi Duncan, Mlisses
Nora Gllstrap and Hottio Derrick,
left Saturday for their respective
homos in Lavonia, Qa., Plckens and
.Long Creek, to spend the Chrlstmns
vacation period.
Among the new eases of influenza
this week aro Mr. and Mrs. Hjenry
Logins, J. W. Alexander, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Dilworth, Ruby and Cecil
and Noun ic Dilworth, Miss Ada
Keith, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Alexan
der, Bossio and James and Keith Al
exander, T- D. Alexander and Mrsr S.
M. Hunslngor. s
Charles and Harriet DuBose, "of
Sonocn, were guests of tbolr grand
mother, Mrs. E. C. DuBose, during
tho wook-e.nd.
Mb*, and Mrs. Clifton Hunnicutt,
of Westminster, wero recent guests
of tbolr cousin, Grady Smith, of this
community; also Mr. Smith's sister-,
Mrs. Ila Kell?y, of Now Hope, spent
several days last week at his bed
side during that time. Mr. Kolley
was a spend-tho-day guost there also.
Ralph Cannon and w'fo, of Wal
halla, are at the homo of tho for
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rcose
Cannon, of this community^.
Miss Poarle Hunsinger, matron of
tho Six-Mile Academy, arrived hero
yesterday to spong the'*vacation with
her mother and other relatives.
Mn? and Mrs. Henry Hesse and M'r.
and Mrs. T. D. Barker were week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Cleland,
of Westminster.
Clifton Cobb, of North Carolina, is
spending this week with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cobb, of this sec
tion. .
Wo wero glad to have De,wey But
lor mid wlfo and sister, Miss Edna,
of Taylors, Greenville county, with
us at ^Sunday school and church ser
vices at Conoross Sunday. They wero
accompanied by Mr. and Mlrs. Sloan
Addis, of Westminster, nt which
plaos they were visiting. They will
visit in our community this week. We
are always glad to have thom back
here again, ns they have many warm
frlonds in this community. They an
nounced tho marriage of tholr bro
thor, Rainsby Butler, which was to
have taken place to-ciay (Christmas.)
Ramsey's friends here congratulate
him, on recoivlng such a valuable
Christmas prosont.
Mrs. Stove Blackwell, of near this
community, ls critically ill at this
writing. }Vo hopo sho will soon bo
much better.
Roy Arve, who has boon, attending
school at Long Croek, is a welcome
guost this week at tho homo of his
parents hero.
t Miss Cora Fretwoll spent soveral
days i ist week with hor sister. Miss
Elsie.? U Earle's Grove, and attendod
the CI Vistillas exorcises.
Lmf 'night willie the people of the
comm] rtity, wore hanging their stock
ings i ir receiving their Christmas
gifts, l^eiiry Hesse, of this commu
nity, S ?joidol that ho preferred set
ting s eel traps, which he did, and
placed; Wo near his hollie, and this
morrtfjjg he received two large hoot
owls tis], his Santa Glans gift, which
your'^d?ffrespondent had the pleasure
of s?oiiig this beautiful Christina^
Only n few days ago Mr.
MessofvVas successful In cnichiitgian
others >iio .of these large birds, which
he pitt'Gil in the show window of his
brotb? .,-in-hiw', C. E. Davis, in West
mini? ?! 1
Mr* and Mrs. (??ovor Hubbard, of
Itichla Vd,'sp'eni Christmas eve with
Wt 0.| Alexander and family here.
Saii ylTayrtos. of llonea Hath, was
a recaiH visitor .lo bis cousin. W. \\y
Hayh$&; of Cp'ioross. Ile w.is acconi
paniei?py -Ide. Todd, of W'.-1 halla.
W.My,.. Hale, of tito Wolf Stake
co m m?fiH ty, has puVchasj.d a farm in
our c^m,hiunity and bas moved to lt
v/lthilppthe vory recent past. We are
glad t??inive Mr. Hale and family in
our o&Bi'munity^ and welcome them
into hftf) church and Sunday school
and augpf. our church organizations.
Mlisf?r$alene Du Hose and brother.
GnilltuKti. of Greenville, are at. the
their mother. Mrs. E. C, Du
i'this community, for a few
day sis
n; "
C., 16^
.^H/ste??ftry * Murphreo and son .loe*
di ^Oa|railSter, were; 111 tills section
re?oitagain d went from hore to Wolf
last Saturday with relatives in Wal
halla. They were accompanied home
by their brothor. Minion, who is en
joying Christmas Ive.ve.
g Diiwmi'th and .family, of
Vere spend-the-day guests of
fi'jn this vicinity recently.
wavArve, of Wayuosville, X.
l?, ten-day visit to her par
Sm Mrs. ll. W. A rvs;.
TIME, to be ever yoi
With every year, ant
Were he incarnate once
He evidently would be
Thus is he envious, yet
But pales the crimson t
It laughs upon his spite
Renewed in fragrances w
Nor .'knows the urchin it
That, all untouched by I
Its heaven, and from its
Will twinkle down and
Accident In Hoad Near Madison.
(Tugaloo Tribune, Doc. 19.)
While returning from Madison on
last Friday night tho buggy Tn which
Mrs. John T. Smith and Miss .Chris
tino Davis wore riding turned over
and Mrs. Smith sufforod a broken
arm as sho was burled against tho
ground. M;IBS Davis lodged in the
buggy top and was only slightly in
Jurod. Mrs, Smith's arm was broken
?TI?i:, Tl i CK COVFl?, SP?
S??T OP \i:\V SPA?kVP?J V
(.)IAl?\S-,e?.lS in fact, any i
?ho ( lir moro sacisfactory il
A ?f?ifj? L;M: OP ALL TH
"Chevrolet for Econom
Army Transport to tl>o Cacilie.
? / ? T* -I'M . <i ^ '
Charleston, Doo. 2 1.-Three offi
cers and 136 mon loft Fort Moultrie
to-dny oi.t tho army transport, CanF
hrai f?ft1$bpolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
hy way of-th? Panama Ganai. Capt.
E. V. Brooks has ohargo of the incre
ment. The Cambrai brought 6S en
listed men from Fort Slocum, X. V.,
.these soldiers going Ibis afternoon to
Fort Benning hy rail, .und-sr com
mund ..Qf^.LiQut.. .Q, M. . Sntf th,
will return to Fort Moultrie. The'fiS
\ men were recruited in nnd near New
I York city.
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mg, is born again
? thus he flaunts his youth,
alone, sure then
old, in truth.
all his frost S
ranner of the rose;
?ral labor lost,
'hen winter goes.
he interior star
iiim, will yet attain
glorious heights afar
smile at him' againt
al the wrist. Tho front whool of tho
buggy ran over something, causing
tho vehiclo to turn ovor. Tho sido
pieces of tho top bi oko as Mrs. Smith
wont to tho ground, lt was a very
dark night and tho obstruction could
not bo soon.
An ocoan liner recently stoppod in
mldocoan for an hour whllo tho ship
surgeon removed the appondix of ono
of tho members of the crew.
IccesSoity (hut wi H nniko
i every way. WE HAYE
i, ?. C. L
L?cal Transportation."
IgiXl Linly Laid to Host Last Thurs
day in St. John's Cemetery,
In (he dcntl? of M vs. Mary Neville
Uisel. which pc ralf rod, lflBt Wodnes
lay morning, Walhalla lost ono .of
1er oldest citizens anJ a lady who
vas known in ?very section of Qco
ice for hor good works. Slio \vgi
ipent practically her whole life in
(Valhalla, -and *there .aro few Uve3 i
hat have so long and continuously
dossed those who have lived tn nnd
icar tho commun Jty.
Mrs. Ansel was the widow of tho
ate John J. Ansel, anti was In her
16th year. She had spout inoro than
Ifty years tn Walhalla. She waB well
mown, and^ there are indeed tunny
ibo recall her many deeds n* ktnd
1088 and constant labor of love with
riendo, neighbors, and among' tho
mor and distressed. Her nnmo will
ong be remembered Tor hor good
forks and her khully, always Inter
sled and charitable disposition.
Mrs. Ansel had boen a member of
bo Methodist church since carly
;irlhood, and sho was no merely u
noni ber of. tho church; tho was a
onsistont member, and a follqwor
f tlu meok and lowly Nazareno. Sho
/ill ht greatly missed in the home,
a the church and in tue community
t large.
Tho funeral services wore con
victed by her pastor, Rev. A. W.
Jarr. of tho Methodist church, who
vas assisted by Rov. W. R. Aull, pas
or of tho Lutheran ohurch.
The deceased Is survived by tho
ollowlng children: John A. and O.
il. Ansel, of Walhalla, and Jas. F.
?isel, of Chattanooga, Tenn., and
no daughter, Mrs. G. F. Clarkson,
f Antrevllle. S. C. There aro nu
merous othor relativos and a host oX
rleiids hore nnd olsowhero who
ooply mourn the passing of this
mst 'excellent woman.
Roth of hor children from a dls
ruice, Janies F. Ansel and Mrs. G. I'.
Ilarkson, arrived in Walhalla boforo
heir mother passed away, and ro
lalnod over until after the funoral.
Tho Courior Joins with hosts of
thors In extending sincere condo
3nce to tho bereaved ones in their
our of sorrow.
foll Known Clemson Professor Died
.Suddenly Lu^t ?fonday.
Clemson ColVege" Dec. . 2C. -Prof.
Vm. S. Morrison, one of tho oldest
rofossors at Clemson College, died
u dd on ly last night nt his home hero
rom acute indigestion. Ho bad been
well-known educator of this State
)r many years.
Prof. Morrison was a nativo of
airfield county, having boon bora at
/innsboro. He was In his 70th year,
aving been born April 7th. 1853.
Io became identified with Clemson
ollogo in July, 1893. Ho was ono
f tho most highly esteemed gentlo
lon of this Sta lo and was an activo
orkor in church and Sunday school
[roles. His death will bo tho sourco
t great sorrow over the entire Stato.
Ancient Egyptians worshipped tho
rocodllo while living and mummified
, when (load.

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