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WANTED-Teacher for Ebenezer
School; salary $120.00 per month;
term ',i\<? months, lt. M. HOLLAND,
Walhalla, S. C., Itt. :!. 2*
I WILL GIN COTTON on Mondays,
Tuesday;: and Wednesdays through
January. JOHN LAY, Walhalla, S.
C., Route 2. l-l*
A RARE CHANCE.-For Sale
Cheap- Complete Set of Tinner's
Tools. No oilier shop in county. D.E.
COOl), Walhalla. l-l*
FOR RENT-One 2-horso Farm;
new house and hara. Tenant must
furnish stock. Apply at once to W.
R. CRAIG, Walhalla, S. C. 50-tf
WANTED-A fresh nice young
Milk Cow. Don't care about calf. G.
E. RHODES. Courier Office,Walhalla,
WANTED-100 bushels Good.
Sound Corn. Quote price delivered
at my placo or on cars your nearest
station. Write L. B. BRANDON,
Clemson College, S. C. 2-3
liOST- Dec. 24 - Small Chain,
with Cross attached. (Cross a Vir
ginia Fairy Stone.) Suitable reward
if left at Courier Office, Walhalla, or
mailed to MISS GUSSIE Du PRE, R.
F. D. 1, Florence, S. C._2_*_
WANTED-Man with team or auto
to handle McConnon Products direct
to consumer in this county. For par
ticulars address McCONNON & COM
PANY, Winona, Minnesota. Mention
this paper. 1 *
MEAL ~A?? HULLS.-Plenty of
them on hand at all times. See me
for Good Meal and Hulls at Bauk
night's new warehouse, at Blue Ridge
depot. R. D. OELKERS, Walhalla.
STOLEN-From my home ,on Fri
day morning, Jan. 7th, 1921, Gold
Watch, ten-year case, (English,)
open face, 7 jewels. Liberal reward
for information or return of watch
to MRS. JOHN ALLEN, Knitting Mill
Village, Walhalla. S. C. 2*
WOODMAN CAMI?, No. KIO, will
meet at Richland Hall on FRIDAY.
Jan. 14th, at 3 o'clock P. M. Each
member is urged to attend, as there
is some very importan business to
transact. R. I). MCDONALD,
2 Council Commander.
CLERKS (Men, Women)-Over
17, for Postal Mail Service; $130
month. Examinations January. Ex
perience unnecessary. For free par
ticulars write J. LEONARD, (former
Ciyil Service Examiner,) 514 Equita
ble Bldg., Washington, D, C. i 2-3^
BRING YOUR EGGS to "BURT,"
at Burt's Cafe, old P. O. Building,
Main Street, Walhalla, and got high
est market price for them-CASH
DOWN "and no grumbling." Will
take all you bring. J. BURT GIL
LESPIE, Walhalla, S. C._22-tf
(?ET BUSY-Keep Busy.-Is your
job unsafe? ls it permanent? You
want a lifelong business. You can gel
into such 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 selling helps; 52 years in
business; 20,000,000 users of our
products. Write for information
where you can get territory. J. R.
WATKINS CO., Department C, Wi
nona, Minnesota. 1-4*
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OE EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackln,
P. O. Box 82, Anderson, S. C.
KN Ki H TS OF PYTHIAS.
There will be a Special Meeting
of Walhalla Lodge, No. 67, Knights
of Pythias, at the Masonic Temple
to-morrow (Thursday) night at 7.30
o'clock. Installation of officers. Im
portant that every member be pres
ent. Be on hand as promptly as pos
sible. 1). A. SMITH,
T. B. SHELOR, K. of R. and S.
WHEN YOU WANT GOOD BRICK FOR
ANY PURPOSE, WRITE OR CALI, ON
US. WE MAKE GOOD BRICK- THAT
TELLS THE WHOLE STORY-AND
Pendleton Brick Co.,
PENDLETON, S. C.
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4? LOCAL AND PERSONAL, .J.
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- Garwood Jaynos, who has been
in Atlanta for some lime, is at home
with his parents for a while.
-All makes standard sowing ma
chino noedles at Moss & Ansel's,Wal
- Mr. and Mrs. R. J, Snelgrove
who have been residing in the coun
try near Walhalla for some years,
have moved to town and aro occu
pying the Arthur Phillips residence
near tho Presbyterian church. We
' aro glad to welcome those good peo
ple to our midst,
j -Standard granulated sugar, ll
! pounds for $1.00; pink salmon, 15c.
i 'Maynes cuts the prlc;e and sells the
I -Mr. und Mrs. George Garron, of
?Asheville, N: C., are visiting Mrs.
j (?airon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
- -Mrs. Ida Darby, after spending
suv oral weeks among relatives at
! Knoxville, Tenn., returned to Wal
halla, to the delight of her many
I -Mr. and Mrs. J. Whit tirant re
turned last woek from Cedar Springs,
j where they had been to visit their
li'tie hjind daughter, who is attend
ing the Cedar Springs Institute.
-You have had trouble with your
battery, but it was not a Willard. Ono
Willard will end your battery trou
bles. Hughs Garage, Walhalla.-adv
- There will be a meeting of the
Civic League and Winthrop Daugh
ters on Thursday afternoon (to-mor
row) at 3 o'clock, at the rest room.
All members are urged to be present.
-On Monday morning there was
quite a stretch of snow-capped moun
tains plainly visible from Walhalla.
Looking toward Greenville practi
cally the whole of the second tier of
hills was white.
-Miss Mildred Carter, after hav
ing spent several weeks In Walhalla
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H.
Carter, returned last Friday to West
minster to resume her duties with the
J. S. Carter Company as bookkeeper.
-Supervisor J.C.Shockley and his
Hoard have several very important
notices to the public on the fourth
page of this issue. It will be well
for all the citizens of our county to
take careful notice of these advertise
-The Rocky Knoll W. M. S. will
meet next Sunday, Jan. 16th, at the
church immediately after preaching.
There will be Sunday school at 10
o'clock and preaching at 1 I on lirst
and third Sundays throughout tilts
year. Everybody is invited to come
to Rocky Knoll and take part In these
-Others have been tried and
found wanting. Tho Willard battery
never fails. Hughs Garage, Walhal
-The many friends of Mrs. W. H.
Morton, who was recently operated
on at the Greenville City Hospital,
will be interested to know that she
was resting well after the operation.
.Encouraging reports as to her com
plete recovery have been given out
by the doctors. Dr. C. Ti. Karie, of
Greenville, performed the opernaion.
-The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Walhalla Methodist church will give
a cake and candy sale on Jan. l~>tii
at Moss & Ansel's store, for the suf
ferers of the Far Fast They will
serve coffee and cocoa.
-The ladies ol Walhalla and vi
cinity who are interested in the or
ganization of a chapter of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy are re
quested to meet at the residence of
Mrs. X. W. Macaulay on Thursday
afternoon of this week at 1 o'clock.
Il is hoped that quite a number will
-Tho best ls the cheapest, and
that ls the Willard. Hughs Garage,
-The Paul Mayne Circlo held its
first meeting of Hie new year with
Mrs. C. W. Bauknight on Friday,
Jan. 7. A goodly number were pres
ent. Unusually interesting articles
on Africa were read by Mrs. ('laude
Reid and Mrs. W. I). Moss. The com
mittee on sale of Red Cross Seals re
ported a successful sale, amounting
to over seventy dollars. After the ad
journment of the club a delightful
salad course was served by the hos
tess, assisted by Mrs. S. L. Verncr
- We are in receipt of the follow
ing announcement from the Sweeney
Automobile School, Kansas City, Mo.,
which will prove of interest to the
Oconee friends of the two young men
referred to: To the Keowee Courier,
Walhalla, S. C.: You will be inter
ested to know that Prue Sims and
Chas. II. Hunt, of your town, en
rolled to-day in the Sweeney Automo
bile School. After about eight weeks
of Intensive training course here,
those two young men will return to
their homes, where they expect to go
Into business for themselves.
-P. G. Allen suffered quite pain
fully last Sunday afternoon by rea
son of being thrown from his wagon
at thc post Office. Ile was handling
the mail sacks at the time, standing
up in the wagon, when his horse
Jerked forward, pitching Mr. Allen
out. He was thrown on his head and
shoulder, receiving very painful
bruises, and had to bo taken to his
home, where he soon recovered from
the shock and was able to get about
In the home. Monday he was able
to take charge of his work with the
aid of an assistant, and it ls thought
that he will have no permanent in
Jury, though his .shoulder still is giv
ing him considerable trouble.
-Wanted - Music pupils. Sec
Mrs. Katie White, Walhalla.-adv.
-Mrs Charlotte. Galloway, of At
lanta. ls visiting her niece, Mrs. W.
lt. Craig, this week.
-Mr. and Mrs. .lames Mongold, ol
Walhalla, moved this week to Green
ville, where, wo are informed, Mr.
Mongold has begun business for hlm
self, starting in the grocery business.
Mr. Mongold has been In Greenville
for several weeks, and has d?cid?e'
to locate there permanently. We re
gret to lose them from our midst.
-I am expecting a lot of lino
frosh osytcrs for Fridays and Satur
days. Remember Burt's Cafe, J. B.
Gillespio, Prop., Walhalla.-adv3Stf
- M. A. Moss and family have're
turned to their old home near Salem,
and Mr. Moss will engage extensively
this year in farming. Ho ls one of
tho most progressive and successful
farmers of Oconee, and we regret to
lose him and his estimable family
from our midst. They have been liv
ing for more than a year at tho for
mer Darby cottage, Midway, Just out
-The mud grows deeper as the
days go by, and diiliculttes of travel
ing Main street in Walhalla are In
creased as tho layers of red auld
are added to. It is unfortunate that
this work lias been taken up at this
season of the year, when we have tho
most of our rains, and Just preced
ing the time when lt ls but reason
able to expect alternate freezing and
thawing. Surely some remedy will
be made before the rains and freezes
of February. Unless this is done tho
street at the post ofllco will be prac
tically impassable unless there ls a
decided chango from tho ordinary in
-Standard granulated sugar, I I
pounds for $1.00; pink salmon, 15c.
'Maynes cuts the prlc;e and sells tho
goods."-adv. , j
-S. B. Smithson, of Greenville, is
now numbered among the, citizens
of Walhalla, he having recently come
here to tako charge as manager of
the L. Fayonsky store. Mr. Smith
son has taken the place of Harry
Fayonsky, who has been manager of
the Fayonsky store sinco it was
opened. Harry recently resigned his
position as manager, and wo under
stand that ho will enter business In
Walhalla on hir- own account in the
-We are informed that the homo
of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Hutchison
was one day last week entered dur
ing their afisence and robbe< qt a
quantity of canned fruits, etc., The
theft, it is said, was made while a
force of men were at work bu a
house but a very short distance'from
the Hutchison home, and it is evident
that the thieves are pretty expert in
their movements. There are many re
ports of robberies of various sorts in
this section, but we are not always
able to give these as facts. Among
tho more recent unverified reports
that have come to us are that Dr. J.
R. Heller, of Seneca, and H. T.
Crenshaw, of Walhalla, were heir? up
on the public highways while driving
at night In their cars. Dr. Heller, we
are Informed, lost $6 and Mr. jCren
shaw, lt is said, was relieved of.some
thirty dollars. We know nothing of
the accuracy of these reports, bul lt
is very evident that a close wald' oTi
any property not sreurely nailed to
something is advisable.
-Music Pupils Wanted. See Mrs.
Katie White, Walhalla.-adv.
Robbers Loot Georgia Hank.
Albany, Ga., Jan. 7.-Robbers last
night blew open the safe and vault
of the Hank of S?sser, a State bank
tn a small town of that name between
Albany and Dawson.
Practically everything of value In
the vault and safe was carried away,
including $0,000 in cash and an un
konwn quantity of bonds and other
valuable pnpers belonging to the
bank, and some from private deposit
Burglar Fires Several Shots.
Greenville, Jan. 7.--Discovered In
a pantry at the home of S. W. Lucas
on Whitsetl street,an unknown burg
lar to-night at 8.30 o'clock,shot three
times through the closed door at Mr.
Lucas and a friend, while Mr. Lucas
replied twice with a shotgun.? Thc
burglar then got. out and flr?d four
more shots and two more shots at
the two men while making his es
cape. No one ls believed to have been
Cheraw Oinhouso Destroyed.
Cheraw. Jan. 7.-At 1.30 o'clock
this mornlgn thc gin house of J. B.
Bundy, Just boyond the town limits,
was destroyed hy fire, together with
eighty bales of cotton belonging to
nearby farmers. There was nlso n
large amount of bagging and tlos de
stroyed. The gin wns covered by In
surance, but there was nono on the
contents. The origin of the fire ls
Local Notes from Bounty Land.
Bounty Lund, Jan. IO.-Special:
E. U? Stone, L. M. Smith and M. C.
McDonald, our school trustees, at
tended tho meeting of the trustees of
tho county at Walhalla Friday morn
We regret the indisposition of Mis?
Sybil Ohamblin; who is unable to dis
cbarge ber duties as teacher to-day.
and hone she may be all right in a
few days. Miss Ballenger ls loach lng
tho entire school to-day.
Swift and Frank Marett aro ?it
work on a section of tho national
highway near Highlands. X. C.
C. P. Ballengor and family, of
Greenville; Dr. and Mrs. B. O. Whit
ten and children, of Columbia, and
Hubbard Allen and John Knox, of
Liberty, were all holiday guests at
the Ballenger home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Doyle and
daughter, Miss Ida Both, spout last
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. (!. Gil
lison near Seneca.
We are delighted to welcome back
to the community Joe Barron and
sister, Miss Bettie Barron, who last
wook moved from Seneca to their
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McDonald
are the happy parents of a "bounc
ing baby boy," who made his arrival
Miss Sallie Davis is visiting a few
weeks In Anderson as a guest of her
sister, Mrs. J. B. Shanklin.
Marlon Hughs leaves In a few days
for Atlanta, where he will take a
Rob Hubbard has been unwell for
tho past few days, though not seri
Miss Grace Verner left Wednesday
for Kirkscy, where she resumes her
duties as teacher In the Kirksey
The many friends of Mrs. J. N.
McDonald will learn with regret of
her recent illness of the past week
and Join . in the hope for her early
. ecovery of good health.
John Verner returned to Clemson
College Tuesday after spending the
holidays with his parents, Hon. and
Mrs. E. 10. Verner.
A Ford "Slain."
The following has been handed to
The Courier with request for its pub
1. My Ford ls my delight-1 shall
2. lt maketh me to He down in
muddy places for repairs; lt carrleth
me along the highways for pleasure's
3. It restoreth my pocket-book af
ter I have spent all its contents for
gasoline and repair work.
4. Yea. though 1 ride through tho
dark shadows of the night I will fear
no evil, for my Ford is with me and
its presence comforts me.
5. It preparelh a puncture for mo
in tho presence of everybody; it an
nolnteth my forehead with perspira
tion; it causeth my wrath to run
6. Surely gasoline bills and repair
bills shall follow me all tho days of
my life, and I will ride in a Ford
Rninfall and Teni pera turo.
Below ls a record of meteorological
observations taken by H. W. Brandt,
co-operative observer of the Weather
Bureau of the U. S. Department of
Agriculture, during the week nndlng
Jan. y th, 1021, nt 7 p. m. (The
instrumental readings are from gov
ernment standard Instruments ex
posed in tho mannor recommended
by the chief of the Weather Bureau):
Jan. 3-Cloudy ... .ir? 531 42
Jan. I-Cloudy....... . 5S;..43
Jan. 5-Clear.Ol 70! IS
Jan. 6-Clear.'. . . .'| 03' 26
Jan. 7 -Clear. 64 28
Jan. s - Cloudy. .'. . .04 1 58' 42
Jan. ?)-Cloudy .... 1 . 56 57 3.S
Total rainfall . . 1.76 ........
Exiled Pastor Will Return.
London, Jan. 7.-Pastor William
Fetlor, formerly head of the Baptist
church at Petrograd, Russia,who lied
to America in 1015, after havinp
been exiled to Siberia by order of thc
Russian Emperor, is going back tc
try to evangelize his native land. Ht
ls taking a band of about 25 Rus
sians, who are to travel with him af
Tho band ls well equipped and If
taking a large quantity of clothing
a nurse, an American musical dlrec
tor and an expert translator.
Tho evangelists havo had thret
years training In theology and an
all expert musicians. "Wo shall teaci
the Bolshevists to sing "Tho Glorj
Song," said the musical director.
Jaggery, the coarse brown sugai
of tho East Indies, made from tin
evaporation of palm Juice, is chemi
j cally the same as cane sugar.
Christmas has past; another year gone into
history. We take this opportunity of thanking you
for your generous patronage you have given us
during the year and in return wc have endeavored
to give ycu the best service possible.
Now we are looking forward with a great deal
of interest for the New Year, and trust that it will
be brighter and happier for you than the one just past.
Remember-when you need any thing in the
home or on the farm think of us as the place to
supply your requirements, which will make us
Whitmire-Marett Hardware Co.
33} ?L Off for Cash
$50.00 COATS AT $34.50.
LADIES' COAT SUITS.
$60.00 Coat Suits at $40.00.
$20.00 Boys' Suits at $14.00.
18.00 44 44 44 12.00.
12.50 44 44 44 8.50.
10.00 44 44 44 7.50.
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
A NEW YEAR'S WEDDING.
Miss lister Arve Hcciuiio Bride of j
On New Year's night, Jan. 1, the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arve,
near Coneross, was tho scene of a
beautiful home wedding, when their
daughter, Miss Ester, became the
bride of Paul* Gumbrell, of Richland.
The parlor was beautifully deco
rated with pot plants, and the Im
provised altar where the ceremony
was performed was a mass of ferns.
As tho guests arrived they assem
bled In the parlor, and as the clock !
chimed 8 the bride and groom cn- !
lered the room unattended and took
their places. Rev. I. E. Wallace, of j
Seneca, performed the ceremony, he!
being tho pastor of the groom.
Immediately after the ceremony
tho guests were Invited into the din
ing room, where an elaborate supper
The bride wore a gown of ivory
white taffeta and georgette combina
tion. Her only ornament was a small
brooch set with an amethyst, a gif4
from the groom.
The bride ls one of Oconeo's most
popular young ladies, and hns taught '
school at several places in our coun
ty, always proving acceptable and ef
ficient in her positions. The groom
is a prosperous young farmor of the
Mr and Mrs Gambrell have tho
best wishes of a host, of friends for
a long and happy life.
The Atlantic coast of Labrador ls
entirely destitute of vegltation.
COAL AT MINIM $2.25 PE H TON.
Despite tho Drop in Price, There is
(?rent Shortage of Orders.
Punxsutawney, Pa.. .Ian. s.- .-""pot
market prices for bituminous coal
have reached the lowest point in tho
past three years, and the market In
this territory is demoralized, with
mines at many points shutting down
due to lack of orders or inability to
operate at a prollt.
,'1 cn days ago, when spot coal had
reached $:t.2.r) a ton, it was though...
that was low water mark, but there
has been a steady slump sin^.> tarn,
until now spot sales are being nude
at $2.25, and some at $2. This h, tho
lowest price In three years, and pret
ty close to the low point of pre-war
Even ?iftcr thi*: drop to $? from
$14 a ton, or better, there ls no de
mand to speak of. In the fall it was
said that, with the coming of lower
prices there would be n bettor trade.
Hut with every cut in price dullness
in tho market has increased.
Most every wagon mino in the ter
ritory closed when tho price dropped
to $4 a ton, and now tho slow do
mand and tho $2 to $2.26 price have
resulted in tho shutting down of
many of the 'vg tipple mines. Indi
cations aro that some of tho very
largest oporatlons will soon bo idle.
Thousands of miners aro out of
work. Jobs of any kind in this part
of tho State aro at a promium.
Operators claim that at tho pres
ent price of coal no mino in this sec
tion can produce coal at a profit, and
a number have announced wngo cuts.