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ONE CENT A WORD
(Small advertisements under
this heading inserted at rate of
one cent a word j?or Insertion.
Four Insertions for price of
three.)
WA NTH I)-A Ken ter with stock
for one-horse crop. W. (). WHIT I-;,
Walhalla, s. c. ;, i ?
WA NTH I)-To liny - One good
Light Socond-llnnd open Buggy, Sue
I KA L. BURLEY, Walhalla,S.O. ."> I *
GIN NOTICE-I will gin four days
of this week, and theil Tuesdays anti
Thursdays after Jan. Ist, 1921. C.
lt. OWKNS. 5 I *
EXTRA. FIXE COW, with Young
("alf. for .salo al bargain. Soo or write
W. F. t'A RPENTEK, Walhalla, S. C.,
Konto ;?. ?> i *
l'OK RENT-One 2-horse Farm;
Tiew house and barn. Tenant must
furnish stock. Apply at. oneo to W.
R. CRAIG, Walhalla. S. C. r>D-tf
MEAL AND MI LLS.- Plenty of
them on hand at all times. See mu
for Good Meal and Hulls at Bauk
night's now warehouse, at Mine Ridge
depot. K. I). OBLIGER'S, Walhalla.
?. C. 0 I-1? *
l.OST-$10.00 in bills, on Main
street, Walhalla, .somewhere between
Enterprise Hank and Postolnco. or In
the stores. Finder will please notify
LOGAN WHITE, Walhalla, S. C..
Rou to 3. Bj*_
CLERKS (Men, Women)-Over
17. for Postal Mail Service; $125
month; experience unnecessary. FT
free particulars of examination,wrlio
.1. LEONARD, (former Civil Sorvice
Examiner,) 514 Equitable Huilding,
Washington, D. C. G0-1*
RHINO YOUR EGOS to "HURT,"
at Hurt's Cafe, old P. O. Building,
Main Stroot, Walhalla, and got high
est market price for thom-CASH
DOWN "and no grumbling." Will
take all you bring. J. BURT GIL
LESPIE, Walhalla, S. C. 22-tf
GET BUSY-Keep Busy.-Is your
job unsafe? ls lt permanent? You
Avant a lifelong business. You can get
into t?uch a business selling more
than 137 Watkins Products direct to
farmers if you own auto or team, or
can get one; if you can give bond
with personal sureties. We back you
with big soiling helps; 52 years lu
business; 20,000,000 users of our
products. Write for information
whero you can get territory. .1. R.
WATKINS CO., Department C. Wi
nona, Minn. ."> 1 - 2*
A Regular Communication of Ulue
Ridge Lodge, No. 9 2, A F.
M., will be held next Fri
day night, Dec! 2 Ith, 1920.
at 8 o'clock.
Election of Officers.
Visiting brothers alwavs welcome.
C. A. HETRICK, W. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (adv)
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mnuldlll Street, Walhalla, S. O.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY ()!.' EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.;'0 a. tn.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackin,
Rector.
P. O. Pox 82, Anderson, S. C.
Brick
WHEN YOU WANT GOOD BRICK FOR
ANY PURPOSE, WRITE OR CALL ON
US. WE MAKE GOOD BRICK-THAT
TELLS THE WHOLE STORY-AND
PRICES RIGHT.
Pendleton Brick Co.,
PENDLETON, S. C.
f.0-10*
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4? LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 4*
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- William Strlbling ls among the
Clemson boys who will be at home
for the Christmas holidays.
- Mrs. H. F. Sloan spent several
days last week with relatives in
Greenville.
- Mrs. C. C. Sain and Miss Kath
erine Cross spent last Wednesday In
Anderson visiting at the home o?
Mrs. J. H. Stone.
-Seo our Christinns goods. \
large assortment of toys, toilet ard
iles, etc.. at Hell's Drug 'tore. adv.
Miss Marion Hotrl .. arrived in
Walhalla Friday of laat week from
Greenville Woman's College, and will
bc ;ii home during the Christmas va
ca tum.
Mis. Ida Darby left lasl week
for Knoxville. Tenn . whore she will
be for a month or six weeks visiting
relatives in thal city and a' other
points in Tennessee,
Miss Kathleen Harton returned
to Walhalla last Friday from Landor
College, where sile is a student, and
will be hore for the Christmas holi
days with her parents, Dr. and Mrs.
ll. M. Ranon, and among friends.
- I am expecting a lot of fine
fresh osytcrs for Fridays and Satur
days. Remember Hurt's Cafe, .1. H.
Giilespie. Prop., Walhalla.-ndv38tf
- The following young ladies from
Winthrop College are expected in
Walhalla on the 23d to spend the
holidays with their respective fami
lies and among friends: Misses Fran
cos and Edith Carte/, Frances Kauf
mann. Caro Probst and Eunice White
The many friends of Auditor 1).
A. Smith will regret to learn that he
is suffering from a severe attack of
flu. We are glad, however, to be ' bs
to report that he is much bettor n <w,
and we hopi? soon to wee him back at
his accustomed place in the Cou 11
House, lie has been confined to his
home since last Wednesday.
-Thor? wore Bovernl little flurries
, of snow In Walhalla during the past
! three days. There are Indications of
almost any kind of weather ahead
during the next few days.
- Misses florence iletrlck, Mar
garet Wickliffe and Clara Helle Hur
ley, students of Anderson College,
arrived ia Walhalla Friday of last
week and will he al their respective
homes during the holidays.
Caldwell C. Sain is spending the
Christ nias holidays in Walhalla wilii
his wife, they being guests of Mrs.
I*. T. Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Sain
will leave for their home in Lincoln
ton. X. C., on the L'Tth of this month.
-Otlu'-s have been tried and
found -wanting. Tho Willard battery
never fails. Hughs Carago, Walhal
la.-adv.
Miss Cora Strong, of Greens
boro, X. C., and Miss Alice Strong,
of Kiora .McDonald College, Ked
SpiiiiKs. y. C.. are in Walhalla for
the Christmas vacation, al tho home
of their mother, Mrs. C. G. Strong.
Tho Walhalla boys who are stu
dents at Clemson College are ex
pected home on the 23d for the
Christinas holidays. They are John
Schroder, Geo. Harrison, Clifton
Cobb. James Alexander and John
Ansel.
-Our Christmas stock of goods is
completo in every detail, and prices
aro right. See for yourself; come in
and look them over. Hell's Drug
Store, Walhalla.-adv.
- M. Abbott and family, who have
for years lived on Walhalla Route
No. 1, have moved to their homo in
Westminster and becomo citizens of
our neighbor town. We regret very
much to lose this excellent family
from our immediate vicinity. b\it
wish for them every happiness and
ploasure in their new home. Mr. Ab
bott recently purchased the property
in Westminster known as the Oconee
Hospital Association property.
- Father Mackln requests us to
announce that on Christmas morn
ing he will be at St. Francis Catholic
church within a few minutes after
the arrival of the morning train, and
will Immediately hold a ffjrvlco em
bracing the sacrament of penance.
Promptly at 10 o'clock the Christinas
mass will be celebrated. It is urged
that all members bear In mind that
this servira will begin immediately
on the stroke of ten o'clock.
-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
- We rogrel to learn of the be
reavement that has recently come to
the family of Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Reardon, oY Greenville, through the
death of their little child. The child
was, we are informed, about two
years of ORO, and died of diphtheria
on Monday. The body was brought
over to tills county, the interment
taking place at Coneross. There are
many who will Join with us In extend
ing sympathy to the bereaved ones
in their sorrow.
- Miss Ethel Counts. County Dem
onstration Agent for Oconee. left last
week for her home at Prosperity,
where she will be for the Christinas
vacation. Her many friends here
wish for her a pleasant holiday. She
has won hosts of friends in Oconee.
who will bc glad when i^ is time for
her to return to her duties here. She
is not only recognized as one of the
best demonstration agents that Oco
nee has had, but as one of the best
in the service in this State.
- If you do not want tho doll,
give your tickets to a friend. One
ticket with every dollar's worth of
goods bough! at Hell's Drug Store.
Walhalla.--adv.
- Rev. (?uv Frazer, of Anderson,
pastor of tho Episcopal church, will
hold services Sunday, Dec. 2t?th, in
tho church at Walhalla, at 1 1 a. m.
On Saturday afternoon (Christmas
day) there will be a children's ser
vice, at 4 o'clock, and the children
of all denominations are cordially in
vited to attend this service with the
little band of children of the Episco
pal church. The public ls also invi
ted to attend these and all other ser
vices at St. John's Episcopal church.
-The Rock Springs Woman's Mis
sionary Society met with Mrs. J. D.
Shanklin on Dec. Hi and elected the
following officers: Mrs. R. I). McDon
ald, president; Miss Cornelia Poster,
vice president; Mrs. W. C. Foster,
recording secretary; Mrs. J. P.
Hlackwell, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. J. l). McMahan, treasurer;
Madams M. J, McDonald and E. D.
Poster, social service committee;
Madams Marcus McDonald, J. N. Mc
Donald and J. I). Shanklin, welfare
commit lee.
- All makes standard sowing ma
chine noodles at Moss & Ansel's,Wal
halla.-adv.-24-tf.
Somebody is due the thanks of
(ho community for the splendid bit
of repair work on the north side of
Main street. This work has glad
dened the heart of many of us. And
we feel sure that our citizens will
not bo slow in showing their appre
ciation of tho improvement. The
Courier ls certainly appreciative of
the great chang.> for the be\er. and
we thank whoever is responsible for
il and acknowledge a good piece of
work. When the opposite side of the
street receives like treatment Wal
halla will have a street to he proud
of. We're hopeful!
Dasi Wednesday the following
invitations were sent out, a number
being received in Walhalla: "Mr.
and Mrs. George I. Hunter invite you
to be pre-cut at llu> marriage of their
daughter, Nancy Johanna, lo Paul
Walter Grucnewald, on Wednesday.
December 29th, l?'Jn, at half after
eight o'clock, at home, West I nion.
S. C." The invitation also contains
the information that the young cou
ple will he at home. Charleston, S.
C.. after .lan. IO, 1921. There are
many friends of Miss Hunter and Mr.
Gruetiowald who will Join with The
Courier, in advance of Ibo happy
event of nevi Wednesday, in extend
ing to the young couple every good
wish. Mr. Grucnewald is quite well
known here,\ having spent considera
bio limo Visiting in Walhalla and vi
I dully (luring Iho past few years.
-.Mr?. Witherspoon Wallace and
baby, of Atlanta, aro visiting at the
home of the former's parents, Major
and Mrs.Wm. J. Strlbling, near town.
- Miss .lanie Harrison, of Green
ville, is expected in Walhalla Thurs
day to spend the Christmas holidays
with ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. IS.
I turrispu.
--Examino our stock of Christmas
goods before making your purchases.
We have something for each member
of the family. Hell's Drug .Store,Wal
halla. adv.
- Miss Pauline Steck, of Seneca,
is expected in Walhalla Friday and
will spend the holidays here with
Miss Eunice Macaulay and among
other friends.
"_Miss Mary Cornelia Ha Kt on, who
is a teacher nt Cope, S. C., arrived
in Walhalla Monda;1 night to spend
the holidays with her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. ll. M. Harton.
- Miss Celeste Wickliffe, who is
a student of Limestone College, at
Gaffney, will arrivo to-day to spend
tho holidays with her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. J. W. Wickliffe, of West
Union.
- Miss Nell Wickliffe is among the
Winthrop students who will reach
Walhalla to-day. She will spend the
Christmas vacation period with her
parents. Dr. and Mrs. John W. Wick
liffe, of West Union.
- Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Hamilton
are being congratulated by their
many friends upon the arrival of a
little visitor at their home last Sat
urday, Dec. 10th. The young gentle
man and mother are getting along
nicely.
-The best Is the chenpest, and
that Is the Willard. Hughs Garage.
Walhalla.-adv.
- Mr. and Mrs. M. R. McDonald
und children left yesterdny for Co
lumbia, whore they will be for a
week visiting at tho homo of Mrs.
McDonald s mother, Mrs. M. R. Eth
eredge. Mr. McDonald will return to
Walhalla Wednesday of next week.
-John J. Heeder, of Atlanta, ar
rived in Walhalla the latter part of
last week, and will be on a visit to
the family of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M.
White, in the Wolf Stake section, for
ten days or two weeks. Mr. Reeder
has many friends in Oconee who are
always glad to see him.
- Hov. and Mrs. L. W. Langston
and children returned to Walhalla
Monday after an absence of some
weeks. Mrs. Langston and children
had been on an extended visit to ber
parents in the lower part bf the
State, and Mr. Langston had been in
attendance upon the sessions of thc
State Baptist Convention.
-One slightly used upright Chick
ering piano, cheap for cash. Applj
at Hell's Drug Store, Walhalla.-adi
-On Moodily, Dec. 2 7th, at font
o'clock, the children of the piemen
tary department of the Baptist ?Sun
day school of Walhalla are .J?lVitet
to a Christmas party, which will b<
held in the church parlors. A cordla
invitation is also extended to th?
parents of the children to attend an<
help make the afternoon a happy on*
for the tittle folks.
-A reVival meeting will begin a
the Walhalla Wesleyan Methodis
church on Christmas night. The pas
tor, Kev. M. K. Harvey, will be as
sisted h" Rev. Allen Connor, fron
Central College. The co-operation o
other ch ur; hos is earnestly sought ii
helping to celebrate the birth o
Christ together and worshiping Hin
in unity nnd love. Let everybody at
tend. A most cordial welcome await
everybody.
-Save your tickets for a chane
! to win the beautiful doll in our win
' dow. Hell's Drug Store. -adv.
-The many friends of Dr. am
Mrs. YY. ft. Craig will be delightei
to know that the condition of the!
little girl is thought to bc consider
ably improved. For some time th
little sufferer has been in a hospita
in Greenville awaiting opportunit
for the specialists to operate, whil
the conditions demanding attentio
have been under constant care wit
the hope of being able to avoid a
ororation. Tho latest reports aro t
the effect that it is pretty cor tal
now that the operation will not b
necessary.
-Geo. M White, Jr., has sold hi
farm near Tamassee, and he and lil
good wife have moved this week t
Liberty, where Mr. White will er
gage In business. We regret exceed
ingly to lose these good young pee
plc from our county, and trust tha
they may yet decide lo make thel
permanent home in our county. Mi
White is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Gee
M. White, of tho Wolf Stake sectlo
and is a young man of fine charade
and standing. During thc World Wa
be was associated with the avlatio
section of the American army. W
[wish our young friends abundant sue
I cess in their new home
--With every dollar purchase yo
will be given a chance a: tho beaut
ful doll on display in Hell's Dru
Store window.-adv.
We have received from our goo
friend.Wm. J. ll. Brandt, of Charle.'
ton, instructions lo change his loci
address to 284 Calhoun street. Thi
seems strange to us. and yet eve
the most staid of men change--som?
limes. And Mc Brandt, after doin
business for twenty-six consoctltiv
years, in tho self-snme place. In th
good old city of Charleston, hd
moved. And he has a good reasoi
for he says in his letter that he no'
has a beautiful home on Callion
street, with his business directly t
band. Wm J. II. is one of those wh
hilve stuck "everlastingly at it" I
business, .nd his efforts have bee
crowned with success.
-Tho following young couple
were married last Sunday. Dec. 1!
at the home of Jas. ll. Uunnieut
the Officiating notary, in the Oconc
Creek section: Miss Florence Riche;
of West Union, and Robt. jy. Whit
Of Walhalla Route ?1. Tho bride
a daughter ol* Mr. and Mrs. Fran
Richey, who live in (ho High Fal
section, and Ibo groom is a son <
Logan While, of Walhalla Rt. ;
The second couple were Miss Oflel
Brewer and George Rogers, both <
Fayonsk
Right on t
Reduction
Here i
Men's $1.50 Fleeced Unden
Men's $1.50 Ribbed Underv
$1.50 Shirts for ? , ?
Best Overalls ? . . ?
Our Entire Ste
Above,
L. Fayonsky,
Prop.
Th?
v.
Salem, the groom being a son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. Luther Rogers. The
third couple were .Miss Clara Roch
ester and Jack Tow, both of Salem.
The bride is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Rochester. The par
ents of the groom are both deceased.
The young couples have the good
wishes of a host of friends, with
whom The Courier Joins most heart
ily in wishing them all long lifo and
abundant happiness.
- Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Speares and
family have moved to Walhalla from
the Townville section and aro now
comfortably situated in the Coe res
idence on Faculty Hill. We are in
deed glad to welcome them to our
midst. Mr. Speares has been greatly
handicapped in nts work in the Su
perintendent of Education's office by
reason of his being so far from his
home, and he is enjoying the conven
ience of living close to his official
duties.
-lt will bc learned with deep re
gret that Mrs. M. M. Craig, of Pick
ens, died at her home there last Sat
urday, after an illness of quite a
long while. She had long been a
great sufferer, but for the past few
weeks it was thougnt, until a very
short while ^before her death, that
her condition was improving. The
announcement of lier death, there
fore, came as a great shock to rela
tives and friends here. Funeral ser
vices and interment were held at
Pickens Monday. The deceased was
j about 72 years of age, and is sur
vived by a number of children, all
1 grown. Among the children are John
i P. and Dr. W. It. Craig, of Walhalla;
; Robt. A. Craig, of Salem; Mrs. F. K.
Alexander, of Pickens, and Rev. C.
I.. Craig. The bereaved ones have
the sympathy of many in their sov
! row.
-A marriage the announcement
of which will be of interest to many
took place last Sunday afternoon at
1.30 o'clock at the home Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Harnett, near Westmin
ster, when '.Miss Maggie Harnett,
their only daughter, became the bride
of Edward Meares. Rev. Mr. Little
John, of the Westminster Presbyte
rian church, performed the ceremony
In the presence of quite a number
of relatives and friends of the young
couple. The bride ls a charming and
accomplished young woman, number
ing her friends by her acquaintances,
and Mr. Meares is also quito a pop
ular young man, and one of sterling
worth. He is a son of Mrs. Geo. F.
Meares, of Westminster. Immedi
ately after the ceremony the young
couple left for a trip East, their des
tination being unannounced. The
Courier joins with other friends of
the young couple in wishing them a
full measure of Joy and happli ess
and long life.
Hrogon Mill Store Looted.
Anderson, Dec. 17.-The company
store at the Rrogon Mill was forcibly
entered last night, and thieves suc
ceeded In getting away with a con
siderable quantity of merchandise.
Theives made their entry to the
store from the rear windows, climb
ing up to the barred windows and
crawling through them.
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Christmas
Greetings
to all our friends
and patrons.
Norman Drug Co*
Walhalla, S. C.
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CONTINUES
o the End of this Year!
,s in all Lines 25 to 50 Per Cent!
pire Just a Few Illustrations:
vear, . 75c.
/ear, ? 75c.
* . . 95c.
. . . $2.00
20c.
J 0c.
Best Gingham, per yard . .
J Lot Good Ginghams, per yard,
\ Lot Union Suits for
Misses and Children, . . 75c.
>ck at Sacrifice Prices Similiar to
Drop in and be convinced.
? People's Store,
WALHALLA, S. C.
H. Fayonsky.
Mgr.
$50,000.i
Hardware, Farm Implements,
Building Material*
Of the big stocks of STANDARD Merchandise that
we are offering, we can only mention a few items:
Sporting Goods, Various Christmas Goods, Silver
ware, Manicuring Sets, Cut Glass, Table and Pocket
Cutlery, Guns and Ammunition, Bicycles and Velocipdes,
"Diamond Edge and Keen Kutter" Tools.
If it's a Buggy, Wagon, Harness, Galvanized Roof
ing or Rubber Roofing, Farm Implements, Building
Material, or most anything else you need, we have it.
Don't delay in buying your holiday goods.
Now is a good time to buy a Majestic Range, Allen
Princess Range or a good Stove. New Perfection Oil
Stoves, etc.
See Us Before You Buy. ^
Whitmire-Marett Hardware Co.
Westminster, Walhalla,
South Carolina.
"Holiday Specials'"
-AT
C. W. PITCH FORD'S.
You will find a choice line of Merchandise
Suitable for useful Xmas presents-Motor Robes,
Motor Gloves, Kid Gloves, Sweaters, Blankets,
Ladies* Coats, Coat Suits and Dresses, Misses' Blue
Serge Middy Suits, Trunks and Suit Cases.
20 Per Cent Off on all
Goods except Groceries
and Hardware.
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
$?10,000 Cotton and Scexl Fir?.
Darlington, Deo. 17.- Piro of un
known origin last, night destroyed
tho gin and storehouses belonging to
I). T, MeKeithan, on his place near
Darlington, on tho Ti m monaville
road. Tho loss included 175 halos of
Staple cotton and I 7f> tons of colton
seed. Tho total loss was about $30,
ooo. Thore was no Insurance, All of
tho property belonged to Mr. Mc
Keithan.

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