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15 cents, ono insertion,)
FOlt lt M XT-Thico Farms. Sc?'
MKS. x. I,, wi M I K. Westminster, .s.
FOI; KALK-one Ford Touring
Car in first-class condition. See .1.
I). IS IMC LL, Walhalla. S. C. 15-tf
FOlt UK XT-A good Two-horse
Kurili, near Seneca. Tenant must
furnish ?tock.. See or writo W. lt.
CRAIG. Walhalla, S C. IG-tf.
WATKINS REMEDIES-The pub
lic is hereby notified that the well
Known Watkins Line of Goods cnn bo
found by calling on S. A. TOW, Wal
halla, Honte 2, or lt. (). NICHOLS,
Walhalla, S ,C. 46-19?
COTTON (?I NN LNG'.- I will gin
cotton every day this week up lo the
41 h of December. After thal date will
gin only two days in the week until
Christmas- Thursdays ?ind Fridays
of each week. IL D. ilUSKAMP,Wal
halla, Route 3. 48
lXkST, Strayed or Stolen-Ono Set
ter Dod, female, with black ears;
largo black spot on sido, willi body
covered with small black spots. An
Hwers to name of Betsy. Finder please
notify J. H. STONECYPHER, West
minster, S. C., and get reward, ttl-tf
BRING YOUR KGGS to "BURT,"
at Hurt's Cafe, old P. 0. Building,
Main Stroot, Walhalla, and got high
est markot price for them-CASH
DOWN "and no grumbling." Will
take all you bring. J. BURT GIL
LOST-Between Walhalla depot
and Sheriff's residence (back way),
Lady's Leather Hand Hag containing
purse with money, street car ticket,
powder puff, etc. Finder please re
turn to SHERIFF ALEXANDER,
Walhalla, S. C., and receive liberal
GINNING.-Notice to (he Public
After the 1st of December 1 will gin
cotton three days in the week-Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, up to
the lath. After that date only two
days ti week-Tuesdays and Satur
days. MONROE L. SMITH. Salem.
S. C. 18-50*
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mnuldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacramont of Penance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mnckln,
P. O. Box 82, Anderson, S. C.
A Special Communication of Blue
Ridge Lodge, No. 9 2, A. F.
M., will ho held Friday
night, December lld, 1920,
at 8 o'clock.
Work in tho Second Degree. Visit
ing h re (hers always welcome.
C. A. HETRICK, W. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (ad.)
* LOCAL AND PERSONAL. *
For Sale -- Virginia niue Gem
block coal. Any quantity. See ,1. ll.
Darby. Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
-Mrs. .1. F. Lay and Miss Sallie
Lay, of Pendleton, spent Thanksgiv
ing with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hughs.
- Don't, forget Dr. Cly ni ph, Eye
Specialist, Nov. 30th, at Norman's
Drug Store, Walhalla.- -adv.
- Mrs. Botts, of Atlanta, ls visit
ing at the home of Dr. and Mrs. \V.
-Permallfe storage batteries aro
guaranteed for 2 0 mouths-for all
makes of cars. Piedmont Auto Co.,
- Miss Marion Hetrick, of G. W.
C., spent the Thanksgiving holidays
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C.
-All makes standard sowing ma
chino noodles at Moss & Ansel's,Wal
-Garwood .layaos, of Atlanta.was
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. G.
,layne.s, and among friends tor a few
days last week.
Splendid line candies, lifeworks,
Xmas cards, stationery and toilet ar
ticles. Norman's Drug Store.- adv.
Mrs. H. W. Casque and lillie
son, Herbert, Jr.. of Laurens, spent
Thanksgiving with the former's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. White.
- Permalifo storage halterios are
guaranteed for 20 months-for all
makes of cars. Piedmont Auto Co.,
Dr. and Mrs. .lohn I). Vernor, .lr .
of Tojt'COa, Ca., spent tile past week
end willi Mr. and Mrs. .lohn I). Ver
lier, near lown, and among their nu
-Our vulcanizing is absolutely
guaranteed to outlast tho rest of tho
tire. Walhalla Tiro Shop.-ad. 4 9tf
Miss Margie VanDlvioro arrived
in Walhalla last week from New
York and other points in the North.
She will ho here for several wooka,
returning to Savannah with her mo
ther before the December holidays.
- I tim expecting a lot of fine,
fresh osyter.s for Fridays and Satur
days. Remember Burt's Cafe, J. B.
Gillespie, Prop., Walhalla.-adv38tf
- Mrs. Pagan, of Great Falls, is
spending a few days in Walhalla as
the guest of her sister, Mrs. II. ll.
Legare, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. M. Ansel. Mrs. Pagan was on
her return home from Florida and
took this opportunity to visit rela
tives hero and meet her many old
-For Sale-Virginia Blue Gem,
block coal. Any quantity. See J. H.
Darby, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
-Circle-No. 1, Ladies' Auxiliary,
of Hie Presbyterian church, will meet j
Thursday of this week, Dec. 2d, with
Mrs. C. (L Strong. The hour for thc!
mooting is I p. in.
-Mrs. Myra L. Cox. of Greenville,,
is visiting at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs,
W. C. I (Ughs. Mrs. Cox lias many j
friends in Walbal'a who are delight
ed to meet lier again.
- You have had trouble with your
battery, bili it was not a Willard. One
Willard will end your battery trou
! liles. Hughs Garage, Walhalla.-adv
We are requested lo announce
that the Fairfield school will open
' Dec. Ctli. All patrons and children
tiro urged to be present on the first
Mrs. Kurtz P. Smith and little
daughter, Mary Louise, of Anderson,
spent several days last week In Wal
halla visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. N. L. Fant.
Shop early at Norman's Drug
Store. Walhalla, for Xmas goods. Tho
prettiest assortment yet.-adv.
-.Mrs. Dell (i. McAllster and her
daughter, Miss Catherine, of Colum
bia, were with the former's mother
and sister, Mr?. E. A. Bell and Miss
May HoH, during the past week-end.
-I). A. Smith. J. M. Moss and C.
F. Hot rick spent tho past week-end
in Allanta, combining business with
pleasure and taking in the various
Thanksgiving attractions in ibo Gate
-Cadets John Ansel, John Schro
der, Janies Alexander, Clifton Cobb
and George Harrison, all students of
Clemson College, were with home
folks In and near Walhalla for the
-Down with prices-Dry goods,
clothiiig, shoes, notions and ready-to
wear goods at Norman's Dry Hoods
Slore, Walhalla. Plenty of Christmas
-We havo been greatly hampered
in the work of gelling out The Cou
rier this week by reason of poor cur
rent. We were barely able all of yes
terday to operate the linotype ma
chine owing to this cause.
-The Ladies' Missionary Society
of the Walhalla First Baptist church
will meet with Mrs. H. J. Barker on
next Tuesday afternoon. Dec. 4, at
X.HO p. m. All members are urged to
-Now ls the time to save money.
Havo your auto tiros vulcanized.
Walhalla Tiro Shop.-adv 4 9-tf.
- We are requested to announce
that M. W. Boho, of Spartanburg.
general manager of the Woodmen of
the World, will be in Walhalla on
Saturday, Dec. 4th, and will speak
Saturday night at S o'clock at the
Victor-Monaghnn Mill Y. M. C. A.
building. All members of the lodge
are urged to attend, and others out
side the lodge are cordially invited.
-Wade C. Hughs, Esq., spent the
latter part of last week in Charleston
attending the ceremonies incident to
the laying of the corner-stone of the
"Greater Citadel." It was a great oc
casion, and was thoroughly enjoyed
by great crowds of people, and es
pecially by Hie men who were grad
uated from the Citadel. Mr. Hughs
is numbered among the Citadel grda
- Pretty lino box candies, sta
tionery, toilet and manicure sets, toi
let article;-, and bi? line Christmas,
wedding and birthday gifts; toys,
dolls, hooks. Hildos, etc. Norman's
Drug Store. Walhalla.-ad v- Ifi-l I".
- Tho sermon at tho Presbyterian
church ( Walhalla J next Sunday even
ing will be a discussion of "Bolshev
ism in Hie Light of Scripture.'" Bol
shevism is now the world's greatest
menace. Much startling information
on this world subject will be dis
closed. lt will be worth while to
make a special effort to attend this
service. The hour is 7 o'clock. Every
body is coidially invited.
- Big line Christmas goods on dis
play at Norman's Drug Store.-adv.
-J. 1'. Strlbling, president, and J.
D. Isbell, secretary and agent, of the
Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance As
sociation of Ocouee, attended Hie
state meeting of officers of county
mutual lire insurance companies of
this State, which was held in Colum
bia last week. Mr. Stribling also at
tended the State executive committee
meeting of the South Carolina Cot
ton Association, which was held on
Nov. 22(1 in Columbia.
-Others have been tried and
found wanting. The Willard battery
never falls. Hughs Garage, Walhal
--The school trustees ol' Oconeo
will meet at the Court House in Wal
halla Friday of this week, Dec. :!. au
le o'clock a. in. The legislativo dele
gation is expected to meet with the
trustees. Matters of vital importance
to the schools of our county will be
considered, and il is earnestly hoped
that every trustee and each member
of the legislativo delegation will be
on hand prepared to lend assistance
in the matters that will he taken up.
-Despite the inclement weather a
large number attended the Thanks
giving service in the Baptist Sunday
school last Sunday, lt was the occo
slon of a 'potato shower" for the
orphanage (Connie Maxwell.) lt was
inspiring lo see the young and old
bringing hags of potatoes to bo sent
lo their little* orphan friends at
Greenwood. Many bushels were
given, and besides tho potatoes the
Sunday school raised a nice cash of
fering for Hie orphanage. The Sun
day school also unanimously decided
to continue the custom of giving Hie
collections on the first Sundays to the
orphanage. This is to bo extrn-that
is, not to he included in pledges to
the 75 million campaign. Tho audi
torium was beautifully decorated
with some of the harvest fields' boun
ty and autumn leaves.
- Reduced prices at Norman's -
dry goods, clothing, shoes, hats, caps
and hosiery. underwear, cloaks,
coats, snits, skirts, millinery; tin,
enamel. Crockery, and all kinds no
tions. Sec Mr. Harrison.- -adv.-16if.
NOW IS THE TIMK TO BK?JlX YOUR FALL PLOWING. TUEN
UNDER AI Jj YOUR STU BUL IO LAND, AND AS SOON AS YOUR CORN
AND OTHER CROPS ARE OATH ER ED, BEGIN WITH YOUR TRAC
TOR AND PLOW. THEN NDXT SPRING YOU CAN TAKE YOUR
DOUBLE DISC HARROW, WITH EITHER THE SPIKE TOOTH
HARROW OR THE CORRUGATED ROLLER, AND SOON HAVE YOUR
GROUND FIXED 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,
MAKIO THE CLOSE CURVES AND TURNS IN YOUR TERRACES,
CLING TO THE HILL SIDES, AND DO GOOD WORK UNDER A LOT
OF UNFAVORABLE CONDITIONS.
AFTER YOU HAVE DONE YOUR PLOWING YOUR CLETRAC IS
AVAILABLE AND ADAPTABLE TO MANY OTHER KINDS OP WORK.
-1- FOR SALE BY
Shirley & Zimmerman,
WESTMINSTER., S. C.
Frank H. Shirley. C. L. Zimmerman.
Highest Market Price Paid for Cotton.
Also have ample warehouse facilities for
storing cotton. See me if you want to
either sell or store.
Office in Moss & Ansel's Store.
BAYLIS W. HARRISON,
.Walhalla, S. C.
Sept. 27, J920-39-tf.
--Tlie best ls the cheapest, and
that is the Willard. I highs thirage.
- Mrs. W. R. Craig entertained '-'
the members of the Forty-two Club (
ami one table of auction at ber home '
in Midway last Saturday afternoon, .
in honor of her guest, Mrs. Rotts, of
Atlanta. A number of delightful
gaines were enjoyed, after which a
delicious salad course was served.
-Rev. L. W. Langston left yester
day for Columbia lo attend tho meet
ing of the State Baptist Convention.
Rev. Lan gs to? represents tho Bea?
verdam Association in several Impor
tant pliascs of the church work and
on special convention committees. I *
Ono especial feature in which he is '
interested is the Beaverdam portion J
of the $75,000,000 campaign. Mr. I J.
Langston feels sure that Beaverdam j
will report 100 per cent on this work j
and that the State at large will prac- j
tically show 100 per cent efficiency. L
Ho will return to Walhalla about
Thursday of next week. Owing to his
absence next Sunday there will be
no sermon preached in the local
Baptist church (First )
- Wanted-Two tenants. I will
furnish stock. Good land. Write or
see .1. V. Davis. Walhalla, S. C" Rt.
-A marriage that will prove of in
terest to many in Oconee was sol
emnized at Seneca last Monday, Nov.
20lb, when Miss Meta Hazel Owen,
daughter of 13. Lee Owen, of Pendle
ton, and .lames William Shockley, a
soi? of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Shockley,
of West Tulon, were united in mar
riage. The ceremony took placo at jv
the residence of Mrs. N. s. Callas, of j
Seneca, and was performed by Rev. I b
.1. I-:. Willis. The bride was dressed j li
in a coat suit of a beautiful shade of
brown, with furs, hat and all acc?s-1 v
sories to match. She is one of Pendle- ! I
ton's most charming and lovable o
young ladies and will be a shining!
light in any community. Tho newly c
weds will make their home in Wost 1
Union. Mr. Shockley is being con- V
gratula ted by his many friends on
bis good fortune in winning the hand
and heart of this fair young lady,
and the young cou ph' have the best
wishes of a host of friends for their
every happiness. j j.
To Discuss Tux Assessments, j (
Spartanhurg, Nov. 2S. A member v
of the Stato Tax Commission stated j
here to-day that it would be imposai- ? f
ble for tho commission to reduce as
sessments for this year, tis requested
by tho wholesale merchants' associa- !
Hon. Tile assessments were mado In
January last and taxes based on these
assessments art! now due. Tho com
mission bas called a public \ieotlng
In Columbia for Dec. 7 to discuss the
policy of fixing assessments for the
Local Notes from Bounty Land.
Bounty Land. Nov. 2!?.--Special:
unong the Thanksgiving visitors to
mr community were Misses Musette,
da .Maude and Sut; Tower. Mr. and
*irs. J. B. shanklin and family, Mr.
md Mrs. John Mahony .and (). H.
ioyle, all of Anderson; Misses Lura
'erritt, of Augusta, (?a.. and Cary
3oyle, of Greenwood, and Mr. and
ilrs. D. S. Abbott and son, D. S., Jr..
Thanksgiving services were held
Thursday evening nt Richland, con
lucted by Rev. I. E. Wallace.
Mrs. Dean Davis left Wednerlay
or Franklin, N. C., to be with her
ister. Mrs. S. M. Shnnklin, who is
I ii i t e ill. Last reports df Mrs. Shank
ing condition are encouraging, and
ier friends hope for her early re
W. D. Wright and five children
eft Wednesday for Greenwood,where
hey visited tho families of Thomas
nd J. R. Wright, partaking of a
thanksgiving feast with the former.
Mrs. J. J. Ballenger and daugh
ers. Misses Pearl and Lalla, spent
"hursday in Greenville with Mr. and
Irs. Charles Ballenger. Miss Pearl
emained in Greenville for a few
In the recent exhibits of the coun
y canning clubs, Miss Louise Wright
von first prize on canned tomatoes,
nd second prize each on soup mix
ure and heans. Miss Wright is to be
ongrntulated on her success in t h Ls
?no of home economics.
Miss Saleil Davis is spending a few
ays willi ber cousin. Miss Sara Da
is, near Seneca.
Swift and Frank Marett made a
lUsincss nip to Highlands, X. C.,
The friends of Mrs. Wad Stevens
.'ill regret to learn thal she is quite
ll of typhoid fever, and hope for her
arly restoration to health.
M. VJ. Marett is in Greenville re
eiving treatment of an optician.
G. W. Davis, of Atlanta, spent the
k'oek-end at his old home here.
Wealthy Slackers .failed.
Situ Antonio. Texas, Nov. 29.-'Af*
er more than two years wandering
ii South America, Mexico and West
rn cities of the United States, Tom
'ap!is, Jr., and Joe Caplis, farmers,
f Shreveport, I,a.. reputed to bo
/ealthy, were in the city juli here
(onday with their father, the three
barged with conspiring to violate
he draft laws.
The men were arrested hore nt
heir hpmo yesterday. They are said
o have been in San Antonio about
wo months. Fugitive complaints
/ero tiled in the United States Com
lisstoner's court and bonds fixed nt
2,fi0 0 each.
The first passenger tram was laid
n New York in IS!!2, but was aban
A SURE WAY TO SAVE
IT IS OFT KN H Atti) TO S KT AS MU' A SATISFACTORY
AMOUNT FUOM YOUR INCOME
A SOLUTION MAY DM FOUND IN . A PLAN WHEREBY
YOU'CREATE AN OBLIGATION WHICH MAKES SAVING
DU Y BONDS OX BA KITAL l'A Y ME NTS REGULARLY
WK WILL li Kill* YOU GET STARTED ON THE ROAD TO
SET A GOAL IN SAYING FOR
*Wallin lia,, H. CJ.
By placing our order with thc Mills several
months ago for a solid car load of GAL
VANIZED ROOFING we can sell you
for less than anybody in the county or
We can furnish with from 6 feet to
10 feet lengths, 2 V-Crimp, 3 V-Grimpand
Corrugated. See us at once and get your
Whitmire-Marett Haf dware Co.
20 Per Cent Off
Hart Schaffner and Marx Clothing for Men.
Crossctt Fine Shoes for Men.
Nunn-Bush Work Shoes for Men.
Empire Hats for Men.
M. B. Kaufmann Clothing for Women.
Utz and Dunn Fine Shoes for Women.
Godman Work Shoes for Women.
Godman Shoes for Children,
ALL DRY GOODS.
20 Per Cent Off for Cash
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All persona Indebted to the Estate
of Robert W. Stewart, Deceased, are
hereby notified to moko payment
to tho undersigned, and all porsons
having claims against said Estate
will present tho same, duly nttestod,
within' tho Hmo prescribed by law,
or bo barred.
M BS. S. E. STEWART,
Administratrix (with Will Annexed)
of the Estate of Robert W. Stew
Dec. I, 1?I20. 4S-r,1
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
.11 persons lndobted to tho Estate
o. BESSIE SIMS, Deceased, are
horoby notified to mako payment
to tho undersized, and all per
sons having claims against said es
tate will present the same, duly at
tested, within tho Hmo prescribed by
law, or bo barred.
Administratrix of tho Estate of Bes
sie Sims, Deceased.
Dec. 1, 1920. '18-.") I