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oae cent a word per Insertion.
Four Insertions for price of
throe.)
(NOTICE.-No advertiset'ient ac
cepted tor this column for 1 -ss than
Iti cents, ono Insertion.)
>i!,ii.-/\ lutiuiiur KM ?HUI t
school at Tamassee. Apply tu i
F. RANKIN, Tamassee. S. C.
WANTED,-A Teacher for short
term school
t: BO.
.FOR SALE.-Good Napoleon Bicy
cle; used only three months. Ad
dress HARRELL KELLEY. Tamas
see, s. c. 3*
I WILL GIN COTTON on Mondays.
Tuesdays 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 other shop in county. D.W.
COOD, Walhalla. l-l?
FOR RENT-One 2-horso Farm;
new house and barn. Tenant must
furnish stock Apply at once to W.
R. CRAIG, Walhalla, S. C. 50-tf
HEMSTITCHING and Pecoting At
tachment, works on any sewing ma
chine. $2.50. Self-threading needles,
package 2 5c. MUTUAL SALES CO.,
Box W-934, Charlotte, N. C._3* _
WANTED-Three Hundred Bush
els Good White Corn, shelled. Will
pay one dollar per bushel cash, de
livered to THE NEWRY STORE.
Newry, S. C. 3-6
NOTICE.-I will Gin Cotton Tues
day and Thursday of this week and
after this week I will gin Thursdays
only. C. R. OWENS, Walhalla. S. C.,
Route 3._3?
FOR SALE. - Two Good Milk
Cows; both giving milk. Also one
Horse and Buggy, cheap. Also, Cord
Wood. Seo MRS. H. H. NES M ITU,
West Union, S. C._3*
WANTED-100 bushels Good.
.Sound Corn. Quote price delivered
nt my place or on cars your nearest
station. Write L. B. BRANDON,
Clemson College, S. C._2-3
CLERKS (Men, Women) -Over
17. for Postal Mall Service; $130
month. Examinations January. Ex
perience unnecessary. For free par
ticulars write J. LEONARD, (former
Civil Service Examiner,) 5 11 Equita
ble Bldg., Washington, D. C. 2-3*
RUING YOUR EGGS to "BURT,?'
at Burt's Cafo, 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
LBSP1E, Walhalla, S. O. 22-tf
FA RMS FOR RENT.-1 have four
good Two-Horse Farms to rent; will
furnish stock for some of these
farms. All are well Improved and
close-in. Every one has a new house
and good outbuildings. See or write
to ARTHUR BROWN. Walhalla. S.
C. 3-6
NOTICE TO PUBLIC.-Waining!
All persons are hereby not i lied and
warned against harboring, hiring or
shielding JANIE EVANS, (colored,)
who ls under age and has left borne
without our consent and against our
wishes. Any one harboring or hiring
or taking her in will be prosecuted.
PETER and RH.LA EVANS. Rich
land, S. C. 3-(!*
GET BUSY'-Keep Busy.-lp your
job unsafe? ls it permanent? You
want a lifelong business. You can get
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. Wo back you
with big selling helps; 52 years in
business; 20,000,000 users of our
products. Writo for information
where you can get territory. J. R.
WATKINS CO., Department C, Wi
nona, Minnesota. l-l*
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Ponance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackln,
Roctor.
P. O. Box 82. Anderson, S. C.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
There will be a Special Meeting
pf Walhalla Lodge, No. i>7, Knights
of Pythias, at the Masonic Temple
to-morrow ( Thursday) night at 7.30
o'clock. Important mailers to bo at
tended to, and every member is urged
to be present and promptly on time,
I). A. SMITH.
Cha noellor Com mander.
T. B. SHELOR, K. of R. and S.
A Regular Communication ot Blue
rrv:?1| Rid ne Lodge, No. 9 2, A F.
M., will be bold next Fri
day night, .lan. L'1. 1921,
ut 8 o'clock.
Visiting brothers always welcome.
C. A. HETRICK, W. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (adv)
..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.
50-1 0*
Galileo's astronomical researches
led lo bis being accused nf heresy
and he was twice persecuted by the
inquisition.
?
.H'*'H"?"M"M' .?-H?**rj*H"H*
fy IAH JAL AND PERSONAL. ?I?
-Fancy Blue lioso rico, 15 pounds
for $1.UU. 'Maynes euts Hie prlco and
soils tho goods."-adv.
- Horn, unto Rev. and Mrs. W. H.
Aull, on Wednesday last, Jan. 12th.
a son. ,
-Tho Ladies' Aid Society of tho
Methodist church will meot with Mrs.
C. G. Jaynes at :*> o'clock Thu rada.v
(to-morrow) afternoon, Jan. 20.
--ti. A. Norman, Geo. L. Wilson
and ll. ll. Nosmlth left last week for
Florida, in which Slate they will he
for several weeks, taking a pleasure
vacation.
-Jerry Alexander, of Oklahoma,
is visiting his brothers, W. M. and
ll. II. Alexander. Mr. Alexander ls
engaged at present lu work on some
oil wells in Texas. Ile has many
friends throughout the county who
are pleased to have him among them
again.
-All makes standard sewing ma
chine needles at Moss & Ansol's.Wal
halla.-adv.-24-tf.
-Jack Alexander left last Friday
for Augusta, Qa., where he went for
treatment at tho I'. S. Hospital in
that city. His many friends hope ho
may be materially benefited by the
expert treatment offored through the
medium of Uncle Sam's physician?
and surgeons.
- Willis Clayton, of Central, spent
the past week-end in Walhalla. Mr.
Clayton was recently employed with
the Wright & Nave Construction Co.,
doing work on the highways of Oco
neo, but resigned this position to
accept a position in Atlanta, to which
city he will go next week.
-John P. Beatty and family hnv .
recently moved back to Walhalla
from the Cherry farm, near Pend'c
ton, where Mr. Beatty was engaged
as overseer. Mr. Beatty and family
aro occupying the Lucien Abbott cot
tage on Main street. It will be learn
ed with regret by many that Mr. and
Mrs. Abbott have recently moved to
Seneca. We are glad to welcome Mr.
and Mrs. Beatty back to our midst.
-You have had trouble with your
battery, but lt was not a Willard. One
Willard will end your battery trou
bles. Hughs Garage, Walhalla.-adv
-A recent marriage that took
place in Walhalla, and of which we
were not advised, was that of Miss
Carrie Grant, of Walhalla, and Carl
Harris, of Wanchula, Pla. The mar
riage took place at the Presbyterian
manse, Rev. W. H. Hamilton per
forming the ceremony. They were
married on Dee. 2.r.th. The bride is
a daughter of Mrs. Essie Grant, of
Walhalla, and is a most charming
young lady. The young couple have
the good wishes of a host of friends.
-There aro many in this section
who will be interested to learn thai
at a recent meeting of the board of
directors of the Carolina National
Hank of Columbia, W. Harry C'iry,
formerly of Walhalla, was clec'.eo to
a seat on the board of directors o'
that Institution. Mr. Cary is at tho
head, as proprietor and manager, of
the Cary Printing Company, of Co
lumbia, and is making a decided suc
cess in business in tho Capital City,
Tho Courier joins with others in
wishing Mr. Cary continued success.
-A wedding of much Interest to
tho people of this section took place
.asl Sunday in Seneca, at the home
of Rev. 1, E. Wallace, the official.ny
minister, when Miss Stella WhP.o be
camo the bride of C. M. Marett, cf
Gaffney, S. C. The ceremony was per
formed In the presence of a few of
the Intimate friends of the couple.
The bride is tho attractive daughter
of Mrs. X. L. White, of the Oak Gi ove
section, and has a wide circle of
friends who will join us in extending
to her all good wishes, and to tho
fortunate groom the heartiest of con
gratulations. Mr. Marett is the ?on
of David Marett, of South Union. Mr,
and Mrs. Marett have the best wishes
o' a host of friends for a long life of
happiness and prosperity.
-Others have been tried and
found wanting. Tho Willard battory
never fails. Hughs Carago, Walhal
la.-adv.
-Tho county property at the jail
and county lot across from the jail
has been considerably changed dur
ing the past week. The large, ram
shackle barn has been torn down and
done away with, a small stable hav
ing been built on another part of the
lot and a garage on tho jail lot, r
large portion of tho material used
In the two small buildings bavin/
been .salvaged from the dilapidater
old barn. That portion of the. count j
lot across the street from the jail noi
needed for other purposes will lu
utilized as a garden spot for the Jail
The changes made constitute (RliU
an Improvement, lt, j. snelgrovo h
in charge of the force of bands doini
the work.
.-I am experting a lot of flm
fresh osyters for Fridays and Satur
days. Remember Hurt's Cafe, J. H
Gillespie Prop., Walhalla.-adv38t
-Fancy Blue Rose rice, 15 potad*
for $1.00. "Juynes cuts tho prlce?iu?
soils tho goods."-udv.
-Hosiery at "10c. per" somds
good, don't lt? Head tho annov?oe
inont of liotrlck Hosiery Mill, vHich
will be found on Hie first pago O? this
issue.
-Mr. and Mrs .1. X. Badge)
daughter, Mi.ss Estelle, of Greenville
were visitors in Walhalla yesterday,
stopping at the home of Mr. and Mt's.
C. ll. Humphries, They have mair
friends here who are always glad to
meet them.
- Hov. !.. M. Lyda (H. V.) ?ill
preach at the Return Baptist elution
next Sunday, the 23d o' Tinuary. at
1 1 a. ni. Let all tho. members and
tho public taite notico of this ap
pointment and attend church at He
turn on the fourth Sunday.
-This week Ibero are two very
attractive advertisements in Tho
Courier-those of The Hoe Hive and
L. C. Patterson, of Soneca. These an
nouncements contain some exceed
ingly attractive prices and should in
terest careful buyers everywhere In
our county. Head tho announcements
and make it convenient to drop in
at theso stores and get your share
of the bargains being offered.
-The Rook Club was delightfully
entertained last Saturday by Mrs. W.
J. Schroder. Five tables enjoyed the
pleasures of the game for quite a
while. Besides the club members
among those from Seneca were Mrs.
Rob Kay, Mrs. Claud Hopkins and
Miss Jessie Lawrence. An olaborate
salad course, with home-made can
dies, was served at the close of the
afternoon, the hostess being assisted
by Mrs. C. 0. aJynes and Mrs. S. L.
Verner.
-The best ls the cheapest, and
that is the Willard. Hughs Oarage,
Walhalla.-adv.
-On the afternoon of Jan. 17 the
Walhalla U. I). C. chapter was or
ganized, and the following officers
were chosen: Mrs. W. L. Verner,
president; Mrs. .las. Darby, vice pres
ident; Mrs. Geo. Sea'iorn, recording
secretary; Mrs. C. W. Bauknight,
registrar; Mrs. .las. Moss, treasurer.
The chapter was named tho Norton
Chapter, U. 1). C.. in honor of Capt.
Milos Norton and the late Col. J. J.
Norton, both of these commanding
volunteer companies that they organ
ized. Capt. Miles Norton was past
the service limit nge. He los: his
life in tho war. Col. J. J. Norton loBt
an arm. It is unusual that both fither
and son should serve as captaos in
,the same wer. All persons dedftlng
to join this chapter may apply to
Mrs. George Seaborn for application
blanks. All those who join before the
18th of February will come In as
charter members.
-The many friends of Amos San
ders, of West Union, will regret to
learn of his death, which occurred at
his home last Monday afternoon at
2.3 0 o'clock, lt was not generally
known that Mr. Sanders was sick,
his illness being of comparative^1
short duration. Ile suffered from ap
pendicitis, which was aggravated by
the contraction of pneumonia, the
latter rendering it impossible to op
erate to relieve the appendicitis. Mr.
Sanders was about 2 3 or 24 years of
agc and wns a perfect specimon of
physical manhood, and the announce
ment of lils sudden passing away will
come as a great shock to many who
knew him. About a year ago ho was
married to Miss Hannah Freeman, o?
this county, who survives him. He
was a son of Jos. Sanders, who lives
in the Seneca-Richland section. Fu
neral services and interment will
be held to-day, the interment
to take place In the cemetery ol
the Poplar Springs church. The Cou
rier joins with many others In ex
tending to the bereaved ones sympa
thy in their sorrow.
-On Tuesday, Jan. 25th, (next
Tuesday), the feature Ulm, "Rebecca
of Sunnybrook Parin," with Mary
Pickford In the leading role, will bc
shown at The Rex Theatre. This en
tertainment will be under the aus
pices of the ladies of tho Walhall?
Civic League and will bo tor the bon
cfit of tho starving children of Eu
rope. Mr. Wilson, the proprietor ol
The Rex. is giving lite usc of hi>
thoatro and picture machine abso
Ilutely free, furnishing tho operatoi
?and the current to show the picture
and there is no monetary advantage
whatever to him. The hours for th?
shows will be three o'clock in the af
ternoon and seven o'clock In th?
evening. The price of admission wil
be ten and twenty-five cents. Schoo
children will be admitted for tel
cents regardless of age. This plctun
is one of the best thal Mary Plckfor?
has made, and as wo all know Vitia
wonderful pictures she makes, tba
ls saying a great deal. Your tim?
and money will both be well spon
if you go to see "Rebecca of Sunny
brook Farm." The entire proceeds
aside from tho actual cost of scour
lng the film for pr?sentaient, will g<
for that worthy cause-helping U
feed tho millions of little children o
Europe, who, without our aid, must
surely die. Tho lodles of the Civic
Longue earnestly hope for a liberal
patronage at tho showing of this pic
ture. Remember tho date, tho hours
and the place-Tuesday next, Jan.
25th-The ilex Theatre-Afternoon
3 o'clock-Evening 7 o'clock. Price
of admission: School children, ten
cents; adults 25c. Be on hand and
sec a wonderful picture and at the
same time help a worthy cause.
-(!. IO. Rhodes spent last Sunday
in ti reen wood among friends.
-The weather wiso ones tell us
that we are to have a snow-fall yet
this week. That being tho caso, wo
had better start a "slush fund."
-The civil service examination for
rural mall carriers will be held Fri
day next, Jan. 21st, at ll a. m.. up
stairs at tho Court House In Wal
halla.
-Tho Young People's Missionary
Society of the Walhalla Methodist
church will meet with their president,
Mrs. S. N. Pitchford, at her home on
Friday aftornoon at :i.30. All mem
bers are earnestly-requested to ho
present.
-The members of the Walhalla
Chapter, D. A. R" enjoyed a delight
ful meeting on Jan. 4th with Miss
Georgia VanDiviore as hostess. Af
ter a short business meeting an In
teresting Revolutionary program was
carried out. During the social hour
tho hostess, assisted by Mrs. W. D.
Moss, served un elegant salad course.
The chapter adjourned to meet on
Feb. 1st with Mrs. W. J. Schrodor as
hostess.
-The State, Jan. ll: "A charter
was Issued yesterday to the Waverley
Drug Store of Columbia by the Sec
retary of State. The firm has a capi
tal stock of $21,000 and the officers
are: Jas. C. Macaulay, president, and
Carl F. Cibson, secretary and treas
urer." Many in and near Walhalla
will recognize In James (5. Macaulay
a former Walhalla boy, a son of Mrs.
N, W. Macaulay We Join with others
in extending to our young friend our
good wishes for his success in the
business Held.
-Last Thursday morning W. John
Schroder had a narrow escape from
serious injury when a fallen tele
phone wire caught him under the
chin as he was driving his car up
Main street near the J. J. Ansel res
idence. AB we have been informed,
Mr. Schroder was driving at a fair
rate of speed, and Just after passing
the Ansel home ho was suddenly
jerked from his steering wheel by
the fallen wire catching him under
the chin. The sudden Jerk wrenched
the steering wheel from his grasp,
turning the car sharply lo the left
and heading it directly into a large
electric light pole, which was broken
off at the ground and at another
point a few feet higher up. The car
was badly smashed up. hut Mr.
Schroder escaped any serious injury,
almost as by a miracle. The
light pole was displaced something
almost a miracle, it would seem. The
like hfteen feet by the Impact, and
tho car's rebound was something of
the same distance, leaving the dis
1 placed polo and the car somo 25 or
30 feet apart. Aftor thc accident the
light wires and telephone wires were
badly entangled, and the current had
to be turned off for an hour or moro
in order to get the lines straigtened
out.
AH TO PERSONS L?AHLE TO PAY
ROAD TAX.
! To tho Public:
The subjoined Act of the last Leg
islature makes such a radical chango
in the law as to the persons liable to
Road Tax that I feel it my duty to
' publish the same for the information
of these interested therein.
lt will be noticed that EVERY
MALE PERSON IN THE COUNTY
? between the ages of twenty-one and
fifty years, inclusive, WITHOUT EX
CEPTION, Is liable to Road Tax. not
: excepting ministers of the Gospel and
i school trustees, and others horoto
r fore exempt must now pay the tax.
, lt will be noticed also that failure to
pay tho tax within the time prescrib
ed makes (he defaulter guilty of a
- misdemeanor and subject to a fine.
i Tho following is a copy of (he Act
as passed by the last Legislature:
"No. ?00,
? "An Act tt) Fix the Commutation
Hoad Tax for Oconco County and
to Provide a Penalty for tho Fail
ure to Pay Samo hy Those Liable
r Therefor.
".Section I, Commutation Road
' Tax for Coonee County-Failure tc
Pay a Misdemeanor-Penalty.- Ho ll
> enacted hy the General Assembly ot
- the State of South Carolina: That
^ all the male citizens residing in Oco
. noe County between the ages of twen
ty-one and fifty years, inclusive,
' shall each be liable to the payment
i of an annual Commutation Road Tax
?> of two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50),
I which shall be due and payable be
tween the fifteenth day of Octobei
? and the fifteenth day of March ol
t each and every year; that in oven!
3 of the failure to pay same within
^ said dates of any one liable therefor
he shall be guilty of a misdemeanoi
and shall pay a fine of not less than
, ten dollars ($10.00) nor less thar
- twenty ($20.00) dollars, or he con
j fined to public work on the roads ol
Oconee for not more than te,n days.
* "Section 2.- Method of Collection
t --Il shall be the duty of the Count)
m
SAWS
Cross Cut Saws
Hand Saws
The Most Satisfactory Results to the user are
obtained when he buys ajGrayhound Saw from us.
The Grayhound Saws are quality products, worthy
of your confidence and your best effort to buy them. .
Every one guaranteed to give satisfaction.
6 ft. 14x16 Gauge Cross Cut Saws, with Handles,
$4.25 each,
6 ft. 14x18 Gauge Cross Cut Saws, with Handles,
$5,25 each.
6\ ft. 14x18 Gauge Cross Cut Saws, with Handles,
$6.50 each.
We can furnish you the Atkins Saws in 6 ft.
lengths at $6.00 each with handles.
Don't overlook these Saws and prices when you
want to buy.
Whitmire-Marett Hardware Co.
Westminster, Walhalla,
South Carolina.
i
i
33i % Off for Cash
LADIES* COATS.
$50.00 COATS AT $34.50.
45.00
35.00
30.00
30.00.
23.50.
20.00.
LADIES' COAT SUITS.
$60.00 Coat Suits at
50.00 "
45.00 "
40,00 "
35.00 "
HART SCHAFFNER
& MARX
Men's Qothing.
$75.00 SUITS AT $50.00.
$40.00.
34.50.
30.00.
27.50.
23.50.
70.00
65.00
60.00
55.00
50.00
45.00
40.00
ti
a
n
a
n
47.00.
44,00.
40.00.
37.00.
34.50.
30.00.
27.50.
BOYS' SUITS.
$20.00 Boys' Suits at $14.00.
18.00 " " 44 12.00.
12.50 44 44 44 8.50.
J 0.00 44 44 44 7.50.
Vi
-FOR CASH.
C. W. Pitchford.
Walhalla, S. C.
JJ
Treasurer of Oconeo County to Col
lect this tax hy keeping eight sepa- j
rate receipt hooks for the payment |
of same, one for each Township, and
when same is paid, the proper re
ceipt hook in duplicate form must
show in what Township same is paid;
that it shall he the duty of each per
son liable to said tax, to make an
annual return of the same to the
County Auditor.
'.Section :i-When Act Effective
Repealing Clause.-That this Act
shall take effect the fifteenth day of
October. 1920, and that all Acts or
n?rts of Acts inconsistent with this
Aol be, and the same are hereby, re
pealed.
"Approved the 2('.th day of Febru
ary, A. I). 1920."
BURT S CAFE
Walhalla, S. C.
it.
II, ALEXANDER,
County Treasurer
Attorney General's Ruling.
The following letter from the At
torney General is self-explanatory:
Olllce of the Attorney General, Co
lumbia, s. C., Jan. 15th, 1921.
R.H. Alexander, County Treasurer,
Walhalla, S. C.- Dear Sir: Your
favor of the 14th inst, received. You
ask that Act No. ?190, Acts of 1920.
page 7(U, relative to commutation
road tax for Oconeo County, bo con
strued.
lt ls the opinion of this office that,
tinder the provisions * this Act, all
male citizens in Oconeo County be
tween tho ages of twenty-one and
fifty years, Inclusive, shall be liable
for the payment of an annual com
mutation road tax of $2.f>0, regard
less of where the said citizens live.
In answer to your suggestion that
some think lt double: taxation for
persons living in a city or town to
pay both street tax and county road
tax. will say that real estate within
a city or town is taxed both hy the
County and Town authorities.
Hoping this answers your inquiry,
I am, Yours very truly
JOHN M. DANIEL,
Assistant Attorney General.
-NOW LOCATED IN
Old Post Office Building,
MAIN STREET
OPPOSITE PIEDMONT MOTOR CO. *
-GOOD MEALS
on quick order. */* First-Class
Service. Drop in and get a
Meal or Lunch.
YOU'LL COME AGAIN.
Burt's Cafe,
J. BURT GILLESPIE, Prop.
NOTICE OK FINAD SETTLEMENT
AND DISCHARGE.
Aotlco lg hereby given that tho un
dersigned will make application to
V. P, Martin, Judgo of Probato for
Oconeo County, In tho State of South
Carolina, at bis offlco at Walhalla
Court Houso, on Friday, tho 11th
day of FEBRUARY, 1921, at ll
o'clock In tho forenoon, or ns soon
thereafter an said application cnn be
hoard, for leave to mako final settle
ment of tho Estate of Mary L.
Br?cke, Deceased, and obtain Final
Discharge as Exocutor of said Es
tate. THOMAS BELL?TTE,
Executor of the Estate of Mary L.
Br?cke, Deceased.
.Ian. 19, 1921. .1-6

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