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I 11A VE PICK for sale. Heady
now. II. W. UH A NUT. 15
HAVE ONT-: BICYCLE to soil; $20
lakes lt. BROWNLOW OI0LK HRS,
Walhalla. 15 +
COU UK NT-One-horse Crop;
good land. ll. J. SLIGH, Walhalla,
S. C. 45-40?
WILL TIIUKSH CANTO SKKI) on
Nov. 13th-next Saturday, ll. W.
COU UK NT-Three Carins. See
MKS. N. C. WHITM, Westminster, S.
C. _4 5-18?
KOU SACK-One Ford Touring
Car; tn first-class condition. See J.
I). ISDELL. Walhalla, S. C. 45-tf
WANTED-Teacher for Tugaloo
Academy School. Apply to T. E.
SMITH, Madison, S. C. 44-45?
GOOD Roasted Coffee 22c. per lb.
1 want your Chickens and Eggs. R.
1). OELKKRS, Walhalla, S.C. 42-45
FINK DOT PIGS-Ready for de
livery now. Also, Fine Brood Sow
for sale. See W. H. KNIGHT, Sen
eca, S. C., Route 4._4 4-45?
I/OST-Number of Keys; on two
rings attached to trouser band clip.
Lost between my home and Walhalla.
Return to or notify C. R. OWENS,
Walhalla Route 3. 45*
FOR SALK- Ono slightly used
Upright ('nickering Plano; in per
fect condition; looks good. Cheap
for cash. BELL'S DRUG STORE,
Walhalla, S. C._45 ?
WHITE PINK BOXES-A num
ber of good, strong White Pine Boxes
for sale. Excellent condition for u?e
In salting down meat. Call at TH IO
COURIER OFFICE If interested.
WILL PAY THIS WEEK 23c. lb.
for Hens, 27c. for Turkeys; Frys, 2
lbs or loss, 2Sc; Eggs 15c. dozen.
Will bo down-town on corner by Old
Hotel, Main street. BROWNLOW
FOR SALE-Ono good Saw Mill
Outfit, with good Peerless Engine.
All in good running order, ready for
use. To be sold al a bargain. See or
write W. H. ALEXANDER, Tamas
sec, S. C. 4 3-tf.
CLERKS-(Men, Women,) over
17. for Postal Mail Service. $125
month. Experience unnecessary. For
free particulars of examination write
J. LEONARD, (former Civil Service
Examiner,) 514 Equitable Bldg.,
Washington, D. C. ? 4 1-17?
RUING YOUR EGGS to "BURT,"
at Burt's Cafe, old P. 0. Building,
Main Street, Walhalla, and get high
est market price for them-CASH
DOWN "and no grumbling." Will
take all you bring. J. BUKT GIL
LESPIE, Walhalla, S. C. 22-tf
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CIICUCH,
.Muuhlin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICIOS ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF KA CH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance . . .0.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackin,
P. O. Box 8 2, Anderson, S. C.
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- Prayer meetings to-night.
-Now ls tho timo to save money.
Havo your auto tires vulcanized.
Walhalla Tiro Shop.-adv 49-tf.
- Mrs. Wallace, o? Atlanta, is vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. W. R. Craig.
- Mack Neville returned Friday
from Atlanta, where he had been for
several days on business.
-I am expecting a lot of flue
fresh osyter.s for Fridays and Satur
days, Remember Hurt's Cafe, J. B.
Gillespie, Prop., Walhalla.-adv38tf
-James Alexander and John An
sel, students tit. Clemson College,
were with homefolks and among
friends here Sunday.
--Mrs. .1. C. Stokes, of Columbia,
is visiting ber daughter, Mrs. L. T.
Covington, for some time. She has
hosts of friends here who are de
lighted to meet her again.
If the party who last fall bor
rowed sausage mill from Mrs. W. M.
Alexander will return same at once
to sheriff's residence, it will be very
much appreciated.-adv. *
We are requested to announce
that there will be a Y. M. W. H. rally
at Mountain View church, near Sa
lem, next Sunday night, Nov. 1 ?th.
beginning at C.. 30 o'clock. The pub
lic ls cordially invited.
- There will be services next Sun
day night, the I Uh, at St. John's
Episcopal church, Walhalla, at 7.30
o'clock. Hov. Cuy Frazer, pastor of
the church, will conduct the ser
vices. A cordial invitation is extend
ed to all to lie present.
- Patrons of Hie Lindley Nursery
Co. who ordered their trees to bc
delivered at Seneca will please meet
T. R. Zachary at Seneca on next Sat
urday, Nov. I 3. My home is bonded
to the nursery company for the cost
of tree? ordered, and I beg my c.. .
tornera not to fail to meet me on thc
date named. Very respectfully,
(adv.) T. R, Zachary.
^ -Our good friend, L. R. Roggs.ol
New Hope, dropped In on us again
last week. He handed np the largesl
pear we have ever seen, the weight
of the one pear being slightly in ex
cess of two pounds. He says that tho
tree from which this immense pear
was taken produces ordinarily thc
.i .: :
largest pears he has over seen, but
this was the largest of tho crop this
year. The tree ls a cross between the
: well-known Kelffer and tho Lincoln
-Tho best ls the chonpest, and
that ls thc Willard. Hughs Oarage,
-Miss Mc Alister, who has been '
elected to the principalship of tho
Oconeo Station school, spent the past
weok with ber uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. J. lt. I larkins, on Route 2.1
- Wo uro requested lo announce;
Dial tho Oconeo Station school will
opon ci Monday, Nov. 15th, with'
: Miss Ino/ MeAllstor as principal. The
trustees and parents are a sk od to at
tend and to soo that all the children
are present at the opening.
I -Others have boen tried and
: found wanting. Tho Willard battery
never fails. Hughs Garage, Walhal
-Wo are requested to announce
thal the H. Y. ?\ U. of the Coneross
Baptist church will carry out a spe
cial program next Sunday evening,
beginning at 7."io o'clock. A cordial
invitation is extended to all to he
-? Wo aro requested to announce
that there will he a box supper at
the High Falls church next Saturday
night. Novf 13th, beginning nt 7
o'cloek. Tho proceeds of the enter
tainment will be used as a fund with
which to dress a Christmas tree. A
large attendance is desired.
- lt will be of interest to many to
know that Prof. Lueco Gunter, well
known to the people of South Caro
lina, will be at tho Walhalla Baptist
church next Sunday, and during the
Sunday school hour will deliver an
address. A cordial invitation is ex
tendod to everybody to attend, and
all Baptists are especially urged to
-You have had trouble with your
battery, but it was not a Willard. One
Willard will end your battery trou
bles. Hughs Garage, Walhalla.-adv
- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Duncan,
of West Union, returned to their
home last Saturday, after two weeks
spent most pleasantly in the Lake
Fairfield section of North Carolina,
where they were guests of Mr. Dun
can's sister, Mrs. G. T. Wycke. Mr.
Duncan brought back quite a quan
tity of (Ino venison, he having killed
three deer during his stay in the
mountains. He also brought hack as
ono of the trophies of hts tri'- an
immense rattlesnake which he had
killed. Mr. Duncan has our thanks
for a treat lo some of the venison -
the first we had ever tasted.
--The sad intelligence of the death
m* Mrs. Fula Floyd Garner, wile of
W. V. Garner, was received in Wal
halla hy relatives the hist of this
week. Mrs. Garner died at her home
iti Highland, Cal., on Oct. ?list. She
was a niece of the late J. S. and Mrs.
M. .1. Floyd, and lived here in Wal
halla for some years in Hie home of
her uncle and aunt. She leaves her
husband and four children to mourn
her death. She will be remembered
by quite a few of our people, and tho
announcement of her passing away
will bring sorrow to those who knew
- Permalifo storage batteries are
guaranteed for 2 0 months-for all
makes of cars. Piedmont Auto Co.,
-And now we have strawberries
In Oconeo In November! Well, we
can raise most anything in Oconee,
most any old time. Yesterday's mail
brought us a little package that had
the full aroma of a strawberry fes
tival, and it somewhat puzzled us a
bit. On opening the package we
found a nu m her of ripe strawber
ries. Just mashed enough in trans
portation to bring the aroma out full
strength. A letter In the .same mail
explained that the ripe berries were
found in the garden of Mr. and Mrs
Compton, near Walhalla, and they
were sent to The Courier as a curi
osity. A note stated that the herrief
were not of the ever-hearing variety
but were regarded as a freak, pure
and simple, tit this time of the year.
-Married, at thc office of Clerk
of Court, at the Court House in Wal
halla, on Thursday, Nov. 4th, Miss
Fannie Uamby, of near West Union
and Charles Ryan .lames, of Clayton
Ga. The bride is a daughter of Mrs
J. I). Uamby and has a host of clost
personal friends in our county wh<
will join with The Courier in ox
tending all good wishes to her, ant
congratulations to Mr. .lames on win
ning this fair Oconee bride. Tin
marriage ceremony was performet
by Miss Marguerite Hrenneeke, whi
ls holding the position of Deput:
Clerk of Court for Oconee and als?
a commission as notary public. Mr
and Mrs. .lames have the distinctiot
of being, so far as we have heard
the first couple to be "joined togethe
in the holy bonds of matrimony" b;
a lady official in our county.
-Our vulcanizing Is absolutel:
guaranteed to outlast tho rest of th*
tiro. Walhalla Tiro Shop.-ad. 49t
--Tho Walhalla Chapter, D. A. R
was delightfully entertained Tues
day afternoon of last week, with Mr:
H. M. Brown as hostess. Despite th
had weather there was a splendid at
tendance of the members. The rc
gent, Mrs. W. L. Vernor, presided
The roll-call was answered with
Colonial heroine. Rusinoss was ta
ken up and good reports were giver
proving that the members had bee
active and bad responded to man
worthy causes, among which is th
mountain school at Tamassee. Tb
1 social half hour was spent In the er
Joymont of tho following program
Reading I). A. R. Notes, Mrs. Darby
Mrs. Bauknight read a very fine pt)
per on "Children of Colonial Days"
? reading. "Old-time Schools an
? School Teacher!;," Miss Sallie Sfrll
ling; a song hy Mrs. Hell. Mrs. Sat
Vernor and Miss Kmmie Ansel close
1 the program. The hostess, assiste
hy Mrs. W. Tv. Vernor, served a del
clous salad course. Mrs. Darby ir
vited the chapter to meet witli bc
. on the 7th of December.
- All makes standard sewing ma
' chino needles at Moss & Ansel's,Wal
-Prayer meetings to-night,
-Mr?. Frank Harper, of Colum
bia, ls visiting her parents, Mr: and
Mrs. Ceo. L. Wilson.
- Miss Kate Smith left last week
for Arlington, S. C.. where she will
have charge of the Arlington school.
- -Mr. and Mrs. Frank B, Cross, cu
Seneca, vi.-itod Mr. Cross's paren's.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Cross, In Walhalla
--H. H. Alexander has a number
of tract:; of farm lands and ??ollie
town properly for sale. See adver
tisement on fourth pago.
-Perm.)life storage batteries tire
guaranteed for 20 months-for ?ill
makes of cars. Piedmont Auto Co.,
Dr. and Mrs. (J. W. (lardner, of
Creen wood, were week-end guests ill
the home of Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. She
- Misses Hill and Roper, of
Greenville, were recent gilesta in tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Abbott,
- Mrs. Tilda Cobb, of Easley. has
returned to her homo after an ex
tended visit to relatives in the Con
-Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Vance, of
Greenville, spent the past week-end
with tho latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. (J. \. Norman.
- Mrs. John Humby and daughter,
Miss Grace, of Greenville, spent the
week-end visiting at the home of
Mrs. Sue Hunsinger, of Coneross.
-The new cottage residence of
Supt. T. E. Dukes was completed last
week and is now ready to be occu
pied. Mr. and Mrs. Dukes and family
will .soon bo able to move into the r
t cw and handsome quarters.
-In making note of the marriage
last week of Miss May Medien and
Joseph Dates, wo erroneously stated
that Mr. Dates is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Dates, of the lower part
of tho county. The parents of both
bride and groom reside on Walhalla
Route No. 2. ?
-Mrs. O. J. Hunter and little son.
(icorgc. of West Union, were among
those who attended the State Fair
in Columbia, and on their return
home they stopped over in Newberry
and Abbeville, v/jiting relatives and
friends. Mrs. Hunter was accom
panied home by Mrs. E. M. Hutchi
-The D. A. R. Convention which
will be in session in Anderson from
Nov. IR to Nov. 18. will picnic on
Wednesday next at the Tamnssee
Industrial School. The majority of
the delegates will make the trip
through the country from Anderson.
The others will arrive in Walhalla
on the morning train, and will be
transferred in autos to the Indus
trial School. Our citizens who, when
interviewed recently hy a committee
from the Walhalla Chapter D. A. R.,
kindly consented to drive their cars
and take these ladles to Tamasseo.
will please remember tho dato-next
Wednesday. Nov. 17th.
-The Paul Mayne Circle ?njoyed
a delightful meeting on N?'v.' 5th
with Mrs. J. W. Bell as hostess. In
teresting readings by Mrs. Herndon
and Miss Sallie Stribling were ren
dered, and two lovely vocal solos hy
Mrs. W. C. Hughs, accompanied by
Mrs. Harry Hughs, and Mrs. S. L.
Vorner, accompanied by Miss Bessie
Taylor. After a short business ses
sion the circle adjourned and en
joyed a pleasant social hour, during
which time a delicious salad course
was served by the hostess, assisted
by her sisters, Mrs. J. H. Da rb j and
Miss Eloise Strother. Mrs. E. P.
Taylor and Miss Dessie Taylor were
guests at this meeting. The Hnyne
Circle will hold its next meeting on
Nov. 19th, with Mrs. Herndon as
Other Locals on Fourth Page.
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Copyright 1920 Har? Schaffner & Maxi
A native oyster grows 21 per cent
n weight in four months and a trans
itan ted bivalve one per cent in the
PREPARE FOR "FLU" IS |!
DOCTOR'S ADVICE !
Avoid influenza by keeping
tho liver and kidneys in perfect
These organs carry Oft* the im
purities of the system. If they
do not function properly influ
enza or other diseases aro liable
DR. HILTON'S LIFE
for the liver and kidneys will
correct tho disorders of these or
gans, rid you ol' constipation,
indigestion and biliousness.
Por treating Influenza wo rec
ommend .Murray's Horehound?
Mullein and Tar in conjunction
with Dr. Hilton's Life.
Your druggist will supply you
with these remedies. If you are.
no! fully satisfied willi results
he ls instructed to refund your
Murray Drug Co.,
COL! .MIDA, S. C.
the Dort is surprisingly
to operate and maintain,
ts smooth-riding quality
ppearance are constant
Measure and satisfaction.
SK DAN .$1745.
ht and War Tax, $115.
9 Sr Cu
Styles for young men;
styles for older men;
very low prices for
highest quality; you
get it all here in Hart
Schaffner (Sb Marx
$60 - $65 - $70
Money bach if you're not satisfied:
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
Fall Plowing. A
NOW is rino TIME ix) mo?IN vorn FALL PLOWING, TURN
UNDER A LI J YOUR STUBBLE LAND, AND AS SOON AS YOUR CORN
AND OTHER CHOPS ARK GATH EH ED, HEG IN WITH YOUR TRAC
TOR AND PLOW. THEN MOAT SPRING YOU CAX TAKE YOUR
DOUBLE RISC HARROW, WITH EITHER THE SPIKE TOOTH
HARROW OR TI I IO CORRUGATED ROLLER, AND SOON HAVE YOUR
GROUND FINED FOR PLANTING.
WITH ITS WEIGHT WELL BALANCED, ITS LOW CENTER OF
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 IK) GOOD WORK I NDER A LOT
OF UNFAVORABLE CONDITIONS.
AFTER YOU HAVE DONE YOUR WOWING YOUR CLETRAC IS
AVAILABLE AND ADAPTABLE TO MANY OTHER KINDS OF WORK.
FOR SALE BY
Shirley & Zimmerman,
WESTMINSTER, S. C.
Frank H. Shirley. C. L. Zimmerman.
Good Banking is Good Business
Thc Best Business Connection in the World
ls a good hank. Most people in this community know tho finan
cial stability ol* t li is hank, but there are some who do not roali/.o
how easily they can got our resources behind them.
THIS YEAR AND NEXT YEAR
will bo Ulled with financial problems. Some aro certain to per
plex tlie average man of business. Those problems are a regular
thing with us, and because we lill ve mastered so many of them
we may be able lo help yon with yours. Anyhow, we would like
to. Come In and let's talk it over. And of course our la Ik is
IN THE MATTER OF INVESTMENTS
let. us recommend, among other things, Liberty Bonds, which may
l>o obtained now at. attractive figures, and United States Treasury
Savings Certificates in $100 and $1,000 denominations. Wo will
he glad to tell you anything you may want to know nlmut thom
or any other sociiriolos you contemplate buying.
Walhalla, ?. U.