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Keowee courier. (Pickens Court House, S.C.) 1849-current, November 03, 1920, Image 8

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ONE CENT A WORD
(Small advertisements un dor
this heading Inserted at rate of
oue cent a word per insertion.
Four Insertions for price of ?
three.)
(NOTICK.-No advertisement ac
cepted for this column for 1 KSS than
Iff cents, ono insertion.)
WANTED-Teacher for Tugaloo
Academy School. Apply to T. K.
SMI'l'll. Madison. S. C. I I - 15*
(i(H)l) Roasted Codee 22c. per II?.
I want your Chickens and Higgs, it.
D. OHLKERS, Walhalla. S.C. 12-IT,
FINK LOT PIGS-Heady for de
livery now. Also. Kine I)rood Sow
for sale. See W. li. KM (MIT. Sen
eca. S. C., ?{onie I. _ 44-45?
FAIRFIELD CAMI?, \V. O. \V., will
meet Saturday night, Nov. 6th. Spe
cial business. All members urged to
attend. I. L. CA Ult ISON, Clerk ?
I WANT K(;(JS, liens. Frys and
Turkeys. You will lind me on Main
street, down-town, near Todd's Mar
ket, by old Hotel. BROWNLOW
OELKEKS, Walhalla. S. C. 44*
HORSE-ll years old; extra good
to buggy; works anywhere; price
$125.00. Will exchange for 2-borse
wagon, equal value. H. L. COE,
Rlchland^S. C._41-44*
FULL BLOODED .ikllSl?V IUUdi
for Service. Stock raisers should ace
this fino animal. Fee, $5.00; terms
cash. GUS SPOONAGEL, Walhalla,
S._ C._44?
FOR SALE-Ono good Saw Mill
Outfit, with good Peorless Englno.
All in good running order, ready for
uso. To be sold at a bargain. See or
write W. H. ALEXANDER, Tainas
wee. S. C._43-tf.
CldORKS--(Men, Women,) over
17, Tor Postal Mall Service. $125
month. Experience unnecessary. For
free particular;! of cXtuiiiiiiitiGll tv 1 itu
J. LEONARD, (former Civil Service
Examiner,) fi 14 Equitable Bldg.,
Washington, I). C. 4 4-4 7*
BRING YOUR EGGS to "BURT,"
at Burt's Cafe, old P. O. Building,
Main Street, Walhalla, and got high-|
est markot price for thom-CASH
DOWN "and no grumbling." Will
take all you bring. J. BURT GIL
LESPIE, Walhalla, S. C. 2 2-tf
FOR RENT-85 Acres Land; oight
acres bottom; S-room house, all nec
essary outbuildings; good orchard.
Close to good school and churches;
known as tho Frank Douthit place.
H. J. SNELGROVE, Walhalla, Route
L_4 1-4 I*
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
.Mauldln Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON T1II0 FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacramont ot Penance. . . .0.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mnckln,
Rector.
P. O. Pox S2, Anderson, S. C.
?J ? ?J? ?J? Ml ?J? ?J? o-Je ?J? ?J? ?J? S?J? Nfl ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?Je J-* BM
4? LOCAL AND PERSONAL. .J.
?|? ?J. ?J? ?J? i>J? ?J< ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J?. j. ?t?. \ ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J?
- Prayer meetings to-night,
--.Mrs. C. G. Strong left last Fri
day to spend two weeks with her
daughter, Miss Cora Strong, who is
holding (he chair of mathematics at
the North Carolina State Normal Col
lege ut Greensboro.
-All their skill as plumbers eould
not keep them out of hot water
Lyons and Moran, in "Once a Pin inli
er," itex Theatre, Thursday, Nov. 4,
(to-morrow.) Only IO and 25c.-adv
- Mr. and Mrs. C. Fred Drown and
son, of Washington, 1). C.. arrived in
Walhalla last week and will spend a
month in Walhalla and vicinity vis
iting relatives. Mr. Brown bas ex
tensive farm interests in Hie Madison
section, and will be here for about
a month looking after building and
work preparatory to next year's crop
work.
- Dr. ?eholl's Foot Specialist will
be with us next Wednesday. Nov. 10.
If your feet hurt, come in and soe
him. C. w. Ai J. E. Bauknight.--adv.
- Mrs. L, M. Brown, of West Un
ion, was hostess to Hie Paul Hayne
Circle on Tuesday afternoon. Oct. 26.
Her home was beautiful in autumn
flowers, cosmos and sinninhs. Thc
program was interesting, with read
ings by Mrs. Banknighl and Mrs.
Moss and a poem by Miss Strother.
Mrs. Ilerndon favored the club with
a piano solo, "Thinking o? Thee,"
which was enjoyed by all. after which
a delicious salad course was served.
Shoes! Shoes! Walk a block
and save a dollar. 'Maynes cuts the
price and sells the goods.- adv.
- Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dendy de
lightfully entertained the younir mar
ried set of Faculty Hill on Thursday
evening of last week. Caines were
enjoyed, and most delicious refresh
ments, consisting of fruit frappe,
pound cake and mints, were served.
Thc prize, a lovely gold pencil, was
won by Mrs. Harry Hughs. The parly
was such an enjoyable one thal many
more were planned, It was decided
to call the club "The Hill Billies,"
and hereafter they will meet fort
nightly.
- Dr. Schell's Foot Specialist will
bo With us next Wednesday, .Nov. 10.
Come in and have your arch support
ers adjusted. C. W. & J. IC. Bauk
night, Walhalla, S. C. -adv.
- Married, nt the home of Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Denton, of Walhalla Route
2, on Sunday, Oct, M1 st, Miss May
Medien, of Route No. 2, and .loseph
Bates, of tho' Oakway section. The
bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
L. M. Medien, and the groom a son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Batos, of tho
lower part of the county. The cere
mony was performed by Kenneth
Heaton, Notary Public. Tho young
couple have tho host wishes of many
friends for a long life of happiness
and prosperity.
I -Prayer meetings to-night.
-Mles Eloise Strother visited
friends in Greenwood for a few days
last week.
-Dr. Scholl's Foot Specialist can
give you relief. Will he at our store
next Wednesday, Nov. 10. C. W. &
J. E. Hauknght, Walhalla, S. C.-adv
-The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Walhalla Methodist church will meet
Thursday (to-morrow) afternoon nt
3.30 o'clock with Miss Ella Cren
sha w.
-Salt in 100-pound sacks, $1.35.
'Maynes cuts tho price and sells tho
goods."-adv.
j -Tho many friends of Waller
Harton, of Anderson, wore pleased
lo see him ii) Walhalla for a short
while last week.
-You have had trouble with your
"nattery, but it was not a Willard. Ono
Willard will end your battery trou
bles. Hughs Carago, Walhalla.-adv
.E. L. Monition, Esq., returned
last week from North Carolina, hav
ing been absent for ten days on pro
fessional business.
--"Paris Oreen," tito very highest
type of real photoplays, lt is pro
duced hy Thos. Ince, stars Charles
Hay, and ls a big Paramount-Artcraft
feature. Rex, Monday next, Nov.8
only 10 un<P?5c.-adv.
?-Mrs. H. H. Logare returned to
Walhalla last week, after an extend
ed visit to friends and relatives in
tho lower part of the State.
-Miss Mildred Carter spent the
past week-end with her mother. Mrs.
F. H. Carter. Miss Carter is em
ployed as book-keeper for Carter &
Co., Westminster.
-Thc big feature comedy offering,
"Once a Plumber," at The Rex to
morrow, Thursday, Nov. 4, Is a side
splitting combination of fun, fashion
and finance-a comic demonstration '
of the maxim, "A shoemaker should I
stick to his last." Produced by a
most notable cast of finished farceurs
and fair femininity. Don't miss see
ing this. Only 10 and 25c.-adv.
-Circle No. 1 of tho Ladles' Aux
iliary of the Walhalla Presbyterian
church will meet Thursday (to-mor-1
row) afternoon), Nov. 4th, at the i
homo of Mrs. R. L. Rogers.
-"The Lord of the Harvest" is j
the subject of the sermon to be de- ?
livered by the pastor at the Wal-1
halla Eirst Baptist church next Sun-'
day morning.
-Permalife storage batteries are !
guaranteed for 20 months-for all j
makes of cars. Plodmont Auto Co., i
Walhalla.-adv.
- If you like good pictures you !
should spend a while at The Hex '.
Theatre, Walhalla, where a good
show is given every afternoon and
night. Especially is this true of the ?
Monday and Thursday entertain- j
men ts, which Mr. Wilson devotes to
special features. He is a judge of
good pictures, and his bookings for I
tito future are exceptionally fine. 1
The iirst show begins at 2.:H) in the !
afternoon and the evening show at
7 o'clock. On Saturdays the theatre
opens at 2 o'clock. _ . '
A Chi?
a
WEDNE:
Dr. Scholl'J Fixo Corn F
Urs for sensitive conti. Pi
J5c and 25c a box
Dr. Scholl's Zin-Ox <
a nd Bunion ?'adj for
sortit corni and dun ii
Price, 35c a box
Dr. Scholl's Bunion Ret
for tender bunions, t
75e each
Dr. Scholl's Foot-Eaze
tired, aching fitt. ?
$3.50 a pair
-Prayer meetings to-night.
-Dr. E. M. Coleman, of. Athens,
Ga.,was in Walhalla for a short while
last week on business and mooting
his numerous friends here. - He was
on his way to St. Augustine, Fla.,
where he will spend tho wlntor.
-"Purls Green," a tale of Paris
and a dorsey farm- with all the Kay
fun, the Kay thrill, the Ray tug at
your heart. "Paris Green') for the
"blues"- Pox Theatre Monday next.
Nov. 8-only 10 and 2T>c.-adv.
- We are requested to announce
that there will bo a box supper at
Salem school house next Friday
night, Nov. 5th. Tho proceods will
he used for the beno.it o? the Baptist
Church. The public is invited lu at
tend.
-Try our roasted coffee at 20c.
per pound; gallon cans of Karo S">c;
New Club shells, Sac; Brown .Mule
Tobacco, thick plugs, 2iic. Walk a
block, save a dollar-"Jaynes cuts
the price and sells tho goods."--adv.
-Mrs. M. R. Smith, who has been
spending some time with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. N. Fant, In Walhalla,
left this week for Fort Mill, where
she will make her home in the fu
ture, Mr. Smith hoing engaged in
business at that place.
-Prayer meetings to-night.
-'Many will bo Interested In the
announcement that Dr. Ira E. D. An
drews, the new pastor of the West
minster Baptist church, has accepted
an Invitation to address a mass meet
I lng during Rally Week, at the Wal
halla Baptist church. This meeting
is scheduled for Thursday night,Nov.
11th. Dr. Andrews lb* a Kentuckian,
and has but recently come to the
Westminster pastorate. Thia will he
his first appearance in Walhalla, and
many will avail themselves of this
opportunity to hear this gifted min
ister.
-Permallfe storage batteries are
guaranteed for 20 monthB-for all
makes of cars. Piedmont Auto Co.,
Walhalla.-adv.
-Harry Fayonsky spent last week
in Charleston, where he wont to at
tend the Masonic Grand Lodge meet
ing and to take the 32d degree in
this great order. Young Fayonsky
came to America from Russia nine
years ago. lipon reaching his major
ity he became a naturalized citizen
of the United States. He was drafted
for army service in the World War,
went willingly and "followed the
flag" almost back to lila old home,
though the armistice was signed be
fore he was in position to take part
in any of the hard lighting in the
over-seas campaign. He ls a young
man of admirable principles and ster
ling qualities, and Walhalla is glad ?
to number him among her citizens.
He has been engaged in business in
our town for the past several years,
being manager of The People's Store
on Main street.
- Dissatisfied with your job? Seo
how two plumbers got thelrvyish for
riches and got their wishTt-Lyons
and Moran, in "Once a Plumper," at
The Rex Theatre to-morrowi'Thurs
day, Nov. 1-only 10 and 2^fcr -radv.
zago foot
t our stor
S DAY. NOVEN
Dr. Sthnirt Heel Cushions
for sore, tender heels. Prue,
40c a pair
Quick n
any foe
Quick and scientific
pain is made possible
comfort appliances d
M. Scholl of Chicagc
And now you are
in our store, of seeing
these appliances by <
Practipedist is a foe
Dr. ScholPs method
your foot pain, no rr
of how long standing
you the Dr. Scholl fot
for your trouble and
correct its cause !
This ( emonstratic
Come in and find ou
comfortable feet !
Don't for gi
Wednesd
C. W. & J.
Copyright 1920 Har? S?h?ffner & Mar?
-The best ls the cheapest, and
that ls the Willard. Hughs Garage,
Walhalla.-arly.
-Married, at the home of Mrs.
Ida Manley, In Walhalla, on Sunday
morning last, Miss Alice Triable, of
Walhalla, and ben fl. Tillotson, of
Greenville. The bride is a daughter
of Mrs. J, H. Tribble, of Walhalla,
and has many friends who will join
in wishing her every happiness, and
the young couple a long life of pros
perity. Tlie ceremony was performed
by Rev. L. B. Norton.
- I am expecting a lot of fine
fresh osyters for Fridays and Satur
days. Remember Burt's Cafe, J. B.
Gillespie, Prop., Walhalla.-adv3 8tf
-Prayer meetings to-night.
Other Locals on Fourth Page.
expert
e
IBER !0.
Dr. Schof/'s Tot-Flex for
traigh/ening crooked toes.
Price, 75c each
dlief for
)t pain!
relief for every foot
; for you by thc foot
esigned by Dr. Wm.
to have the chance,
5 a demonstration of
i Practipedist. This
)t expert, trained in
s. He understands
latter how serious or
[ it is. He can show
)t appliance designed
show you how it will
in is absolutely free,
t how you can have
st the dates
ay, Nov. IO.
E. Bauknight.
Value
for Everybody.
Styles for yoting men;
styles for older men;
very low prices for
highest cftiality; you
get it all Here in Hart
Schaffner (EL Marx
clothes at
$60 - $65 - $70 - $75
Less IO
Money bacK if you're not satisfied'
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
i* Fall Plowing. ^
NOW IS THE TIME TO BEGIN VOI R FALL PLOWING. THUN
INDER A Ll J VOIR STU Hill iE HAND, A ND AS SOON AS YOUR CORN
AND OTHER CROCS ARE GATH ERED, HEG IN WITH YOUR TRAC
TOR AND IMiOW. THEN NEXT SPRING YOU CAN TAKE YOUR
DOUBLE DISC HARROW, WITH EITHER THE SPIKE TOOTH
HARROW OR THE CORRUGATED ROLLER, AND SOON HAVE YOUR
< J ROUND FINED FOR PLANTING.
The Cletrac
WITH ITS WEIGHT WELL BALANCED, ITS IX>W ( ENTER OE
GRAVITY, ITS STURDY, STRONG PULL, ITS LONG GROUND-GRIP
PING TREAD, ITS EASE OF MANIPULATION, IS THE IDEAL TRAC
TOR FOR PLOWING. IT WILL GO OVER THE SOFT PLACES,
MAKE THE CLOSE CURVES AND TURNS IN YOUR TERRACES,
CLING TO THE HILL SIDES, AND DO GOOD WORK UNDER A I/OT
OF UNFAVORABLE CONDITIONS.
AFTER YOU HAVE HONE YOUR PIX>WING YOUR CLETRAC IS
AVAILABLE AND ADAPTARLE TO MANY OTHER KINDS OF WORK.
FOR SALE BY
Shirley & Zimmerman,
WESTMINSTER., S. C.
Frank H. Shirley. C. L. Zimmerman.
YOU ARE INVITED
TO TAKE ADVANTAGE of tho facilillos of Ulla hank in (ho con
duct of your business. To tho man who hus no hank account, or
to tito one who may bo dissatisfied with his present account, we
extend an invitation to join Hie ranks of (hose who for many
years have done (heir banking business with us.
Open a Checking Account With Us
IT IS WITHOUT COST TO YOU. Your money is absolutely safe.
Every timo you pay a bill with a cheek you obtain a recelo!.
Your cancelled clunks are returned lo you and your book-keep
ing is made easier.
We Do a General Banking Business
And can servo you in many ways. If you need money we can lend
i( to you on Interes! (erins ns low as is consistent with safe bank
ing.
If You Are Looking for an Investment
METTER KEE US. The government is offering a mighty attrac
tive form of Investment (limo days in Treasury Savings Certifi
cates, in denominations of $100 and $10OO. These draw Interest
at (he rato of 1.27 per cent if held until maturity. I/i bert y Bonds,
too, may be acquired advantageously.
See Us About Your Financial Problems
Il AHM OF WAIJHA&IIA*
Walhalla, S. ?J.

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