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ONE CENT A WORD
(Small advertisement* under
this beading inserted at rate of
ona cent a word per insertion.
Four Insertions for price of
j three.)
(NOTICE.-No advertisement ac
cepted for tills column for loss tliau
16 cents, one insertion.)
FOR SALK.- Lookout Mountain
Potatoes. IL W. BRANDT, Walhalla.
S. C. _29 *_
MON KV 'Kl I/OAN on Improved
Farm Lauds. It. 10. BRUCE, JMck
ens, S. C. 26-tf
FOR SA LE - My Farm of 140
acres, on Keowee River. Apply to D.
H. ALEXANDER, Toccoa, Ga. ^4-tf
TWO FORDS, One Chevrolet, One
Maxwell Second Cars for sale cheap.
T. 10. A LIO A NI) IO lt, Walhalla, S. C.
27- tr._
LOST-A Coal, on Tamassee road,
hoi ween Nichols' store and Walhalla.
Finder please leave ul Keowee Cou
rin- ellice. M RS. W. J. EDMONDS,
York. S. C. 29?
WANTED-Tire Saleamn to sell
Low-priced Guaranteed Tires. Ex
ceptionally good commission. IG'RR
OAK CORI) Tl RIO CO,. Burr Oak.
Mich. 28-29
LOST- IMllU Cameo Itrooch, oil
Main street, between Tabalon stn .!
am! Norman Co.'s Store. Finder will
please notify MISS ANNIE SCHRO
DER, Walhalla. S. C. 2S-29
FOB SA LE.- 1 have accepted die
superintendency of the schools ol' Tnl
hnttnn. Gil., and would sell my hollie
at a uargain. l?ense contains six
rill ,MS, bath, pantry, hall. I wo porch
es; on la ree lot. T. IO. DUKES. Wal
halla. S. C. 29'
CIVIL SERVICE LAMINATIONS!
tor vacancies in Costello e. Railway
Mail, Government Departments. Men.
woman, over 17. $120 monthly, ex
perience unnecessary. For tree par
ticulars write .1. LEONARD I former |
Civil Service lO.xaminer, i all Equt
talde Building, Washington, I). C.
2 9- 32 *
WATKINS SUMMER DRINKS and
Watkins Cocoanut Oil Shampoo and
a big linc of over LIT oilier Quality
Products aro big sellers. We want
a lady or gentleman agent in Wal
halla and other vacant cities. Write
to-day for freo sample and particu
lars. J. R. WATKINS CO.. 66. New
York, N. Y. 27-30*
FOR SALE-S"WS?
Mauldin and Tugaloo Streets,
Seven-room House, 3 Porches,
2 Halls; Electric Lights; Eight
Stall Barn and Garage; Good
Well.
,1. TM MOSER,
tf Walhalla, S. C.
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EA CH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend 'Thomas J, Mackie,
Rector.
P. O. Pox 82, Anderson. S. C.
A Special Communication of Blue
pc?7jrr?rt?| Ridge Lodge, No. 9 2, A. F.
Ij&^i M., will bo held Friday
St .Vol) o'clock.
Work in First Degree. Visiting
brothers welcome.
J. B. S. DENDY, W. M.
W. O. WillT10, Secretary. (adv)
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All kinds of rooting metal, rub
ber and wool al J. II. Alley's, West
Union, S. C. adv.-29-30.
-Mrs. .1. N. Sharp, who has been
visiting at the home o? Mr. and Mrs.
T. A. Grant .returned lo her home
in Columbio Monday.
Willie Itrandt is among those
attending the Sunday School 'Train
ing Class this and last week at
Summerlaiil College (Lutheran) at
Leesville. Mr. Brunit will return to
In's home here this week.
-.lames W .Harrison, of Manning,
spent the week-end here visiting his
mother. Mrs. G. A. Harrison, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Harri
son. ".lim'' has numerous friends
here who are always glad lo see him.
Well! Well! Here it is: Coats'
thread. I Ti0-yaI'd spools, ftc.; best
grade oil . loth 2Sc; 20 yards sheer
ing 99c.; gingham I Oe. tip ; Turkish
and huck towels | Oe; good size, l
inch doilies. 10c.; 33-inch figured
curtain goods mc per yard; one I tl
cent can Air Float talcum powder
and ftc. puff, holli for lOc; one can
35c. size Mention's borated talcum
powder and one l Oe. puff, both for
"Sc.; ladies' gauze vests I tic. Von
don't know how our dry goods and
notion trade is growing unless you
have been saving here. Why do you
want to spend all of the money you
and your folks work for when you
purchase au article" Hadn't you
rather buy the same article for lest
and take the change hack home'
AValk a block and save n dollar
'Maynes cuts the price and sells th.
goods."- a dv.
-Miss Helen Holt, of Memphis,
Tenn., ls visiting her cousin, Mrs. W.
H. Hamilton.
-Miss isabelle Macaulay, ot An
derson, was the week-end guest of
her mother, Mrs. Hettie Macaulay,
and family.
-All makes standard sewing ma
chine needles at Moss & Ansel's,Wal
halla.-adv.-24-tf.
-13 road Us Thompson, of Hamlet,
N. C., is spending the balance of the
vacation period with his uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. li. L. Herndon.
- Misses Florence Iletrlck and
.Inila Kaufmann left last Thursday
for Leesville, S. C., where they are
attending tho Lutheran Sunduy
School Training Class at Summerland
College. They will return to Walhalla
this week.
Dr, and Mrs. C. P. Corn, of John
ston, who have been for tho past
week with .Mrs. Corn's parents, Mr.
aili Mrs. W. A. Strother, loft Mon
day for Clayton, tia., and other
points in the mountains before re
turning to their home,
- -Farmers, wo have anything voa
need in holts. See us for hardware.
.1. II. Ailey. Wes! I nion, S. C. adv.
20-?U?.
Misses Frunces and Edith Cur
ler leil lasl week for Milledgoville,
Ca., lo visil relativos In thal place.
Mi.-s Mildred Curler spent the neck
end with lier aunt in Milledgevillc.
Tit" young holies made the t:;i by
automobile. Hie car being driv n hy
their brother, Alden Carter.
All those interested in Ibo I tot li
ol Presbyterian church cemetery are
requested lo be ni the cometer;.' on
Friday, July -j-jd. as early as possi
ble, prepared lo help in the work ol'
cleaning oft' the cemetery. Plea so
bring tools suitable for thc work and
also a well-filled basket, and he pre
pared to spend tho day.
- We aro requested to announce
that Kev. J. T. Mann, tho blind evan
gelist, of Anderson, will be with Pas
tor it. E. Jones next Sunday. July
21th, and will preach for him at the
following churches: Salem at 11
o'clock a. ni . Fall Creek at ?L?10 p.
m., and at Moon's Creek at S p. in.
A cordial Invitation is extended to
?ill to attend these meetings.
- H. Kaimeter, of Charleston, ar
rived in Walhalla last week and is
spending a vacation here at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Meihurg.
Mr. Kangoter hopes to he able to
spend the remainder of the summer
here, but this will dopend on condl
I lions in Charleston, and he may be
called home by wire at any time. Ho
has numerous friends here who aro
always glad to welcome him to our
midst.
The body of Lewis Manchen,
which arrived in Walhalla Monday
night last, July ?Mh. will be inter
red to-morrow (Thursday) at ({ocky
Knoll cemetery, al I i>. m. Mr. Man
chen was killed somewhere in France
<m Oct. L*::. 1018. shortly after his
arrival the front in Europe, lie
was 2?! years of agc when he lost
his lifo. Ile was horn near Walhalla
and had many friends who have
mourned his untimely death. He was
a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. /. Man
chen, the former now deceased, ?ind
besides h i s toot her, he is survived by
live brothers and two sisters--AV. J.
and W. c. Manchen, of Quincy,
Wash.; L. (). Blauchott, of Pied
mont, and W. s. and P. E. Mnnchett,
of Walhalla; Mrs. Rifle Crow. Tuella.
Wash,, and Mrs. George Singleton,
of near Seneca. Mr. Mnnchett was
one of the first of the regular forces
of the Pulled State-- lo give his life
for his country in the World, War.
Tugaloo Tribune, July 12: Miss
Janie Elvira Holcombe, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Holcombe, of
Westminster, is dead. This beauti
ful young life came to a close of 1 2. l?
Monday afternoon. July I'.. lie had
boon seriously ill of typhoid pneumo
nia for twelve days. Everything pos
sible was done for her recovery, but
Cod in Mis providence lias removed
her from earth to (he home where
there is no sickness and pain. Miss
Holcombe was bright, lovable and
modest, and she ' tuted her friends
hy the circle, of her acquaintances.
While a pupil of the Westminster
High School she was greatly admired
hy both teachers and pupils. She
graduated in May, I?L'O, and taught
In the Kiehlnnd school last session,
and so ably did she fill this position
that she was re-elected for (he next
lorin. The deceased was very young
only seventeen, having been born on
May 12. 1902. Some years ago she
united with (he Westminster Metho
' dist church and was a beau! ifni
young Christian. Besides her heart
broken parents Hie following broth
i ors and sisters survive: Floyd liol
combo and Mrs .1. K. Dillard, West
minster; Hatchford Holcombe. Perth
I A m hoy, X. J.; John C. Holcombe,
i assistant postmaster here, and Wel
i 1er. William. Malinda and Frank, al
' home. The father, mother, brothers
. and sisters have (he sincere sympa
. thy of a wide circle of friends in
j their sore bereavement,
-A. P. Ernest left Monday for
Ohio and Indiana, going through the
country in his car.
-Miss Emmie Ansel left Monday
for Fairview, where she will be en
gaged in teaching the summer lerm
in the Fairview school.
-Mrs. J. A. Clinkscales, of Starr,
S. C., who has been visiting her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. A. tirant,
left Tuesday for her home.
- Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Bell are
spending t li is week at Clayton. (Sa.
They left yesterday, and will proba
bly return Saturday or Sunday.
-Let us show you the new Dort
ear. You will bo surprised at the
looks, performance and price. Bal
langer Hardware and Furniture Co.,
Seneca, S. C.-- adv.-29-30.
--T. E. Dunes has accepted tho
superintendency of schools at Tal
botton, (Sa., and after the vacation
period he and his family will move
to that place. Mr. and Mrs. Dukes
will carry with them the best wishes
of numerous friends here and else- ?
where in South Carolina.
- Protracted services will begin
at Bethel Presbyterian Church next
Sunday afternoon. July 24th, al 3.30
o'clock. Tho preaching at these ser
vices will bo by Kev. S. YV. 1 ?aHose,
ol' the Easloy Presbyterian church,
The public is cordially invited to at
tend any?and all of these meetings.
There will bo service- al St.
John's Episcopal church, Walhalla,
next Sunday morning at 1 1 o'clock,
ami on Saturday afternoon .".
o'clock there will be a children's
service. Holli services will bc con
ducted by tho pastor. Kev. tiny Fra
ser, of Anderson. The public is cor
dially invited to attend all services
at the Episcopal church.
-.lust received a nice line ol best
wool libre '.ixl 2-foot arl squares;
$ IS.DD values, at $10.00. J. H. Al
ley, West I'nion. S. C.-adv.-2il.-30.
- We are in receipt of a letter
from E. M. Humby, in which ho en
closed remittance for a year's re
newal of subscription with the very
kind reniai k that "I can't do without
our old home paper, Tho Courier."
Mr. ll amby also notes that In his
section they are having fine showers
and that crops are looking well. He
now resides at Rabun Oap, Qa., but
was formerly a resident of the Moun
tain Rest section of Oconee.
-Quite a party of Charlestonlans
arrived In Walhalla and are stop
ping at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Hampton Molburg. The pa'rjty con
sists of Mrs. Rodenberg. H. H. Puck
haber and son William, Mr. and Mrs.
J. l-l. W. Schwecke, Mrs. Lena Pue.k
haber, Mrs. Mamie Martin and three
children and Mrs. J. C. Olaussen and
son. There are many friends of the
various ni em be rs ol' the party who
are delighted to welcome them into
our midst again. They will be hore
for a week or ten days yet.
-A bridge party of much pleasure
was one of last Wednesday morning.
Which Miss Julia Maxwell gavo in
compliment to Mrs. C. P. Corn, of
Johnston. The inviting sitting room,
where two tables were placed for the
games, was made attractive with a
variety of cut Howers and fems. Many
exciting games were played, and
when time was called Miss Eloise
Strother held top score and won a
handsome deck of cards. Tho guest
of honor was presented with a beau
tiful mederla handkerchief. A deli
cious luncheon was served ihe guests
hy the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Char
lie Humphries and Miss sue Max
well.
- We have a large slock of chains
- log chains, trace chains, breast
chains, cow cha i ns, well chains, dog
chains and watchchains, J. H. Alley,
West I'nion. S. C.- ad v.-:.'!.. 30.
- Several sections of our county
had quite severe storms last week,
and some damage to crops is report
ed. In the Fairfield section Fred.
Rusch reports a terrific wind accom
panied hy heavy rain Tuesday even
of last week. Crops, he reports, wero
badly blown and beaten down, but
without serious damage, he thought.
In tho Oconee Creek section on the
day following there was severe wind,
rain and hail, and crops in certain
localities there are reported badly
damaged, especially by tho hail,
which in some instances is reported
to have practically ?triplied corn and
cotton almost to the lune stalk. In
most cases, however, il has been our
observation that Inst appearances
are much .verse (han actual results
after the crops have had a day or
two to recuperate, ami wc trust that
Hus will prove no exception to the
rule. If the reports that have come
to us prove correct in regard to the
crops in the Oconee Creek section
some of the farmers Cnere aro very
hard hit, and (heir crops will hardly
be abbi to regain much of Iheir vigor
and prospect that were so apparent
in the recent past.
Wo have a new Ford ton-truck
i with pneumatic tires at a bargain to
any one interested. Ballenger Hard
I ware and Furniture Co., Seneca, S.C.
adv. 20-3 0.
/
"THE MONEY.YOU DO
DOUBLE MC
Don't build or repair <
job of it with genuine
Inilit on "Tide Water"
Cy pren - you can Iden
tify it by this mark.
; the wood that defies dec
saves your money.
"He who i
Write us for Hst of FREE 1
and no substitutes" from y
SOUTHERN CYP1
soo
YOUR LOCAL DEALER WILL SI
-Hov. Li. W. Langston is spend-j
ing bis vacation period in Arizona. y
- Miss Bello Stribling, of Rich- '
land, is visiting Miss Tabitha Strib
ling, near town, this week.
- Rev. E. p. Taylor returned last
week from a pleasant visit to Iiis son.
Dr. Taylor, and family, at Rnteshurg.
.Mrs. Mamie Pagan and little
granddaughter, Mary sterns, of .Jack
sonville, Fla., aro visiting Mrs. Pa
gan's sister and niece, Mrs. ll. ll.
Legare and Mrs. Coo. M. Ansel.
-The Parsonage Aid Society of ,
tiie Walhalla Methodist church will
meet to-morrow (Thursday) after
noon at 8.80 o'clock with Mrs. W. O.
White. A full attendance of the mem
bers is desired.
- Have you seen tho rfew Dort
automobile? If interested in a car.
ask. for demonstration. Rallonger
Hardware and Furniture Co., Seneca,
S. C.-adv.-29-30.
-Jack M. Strother, of Louisville,
Ca., who has been spending some
time hore with his family at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Verner,
near town, left yesterday for his
home to look after business matters.
-Tugaloo Tribune, July 12th :
While seining in Reedy river last
Friday David M. Peden, of Fountain
Inn, was drowned. Mr. Peden was a
son of Stewart Peden, a prominent
citizen of the Fairview section. He
was a cousin of T. C. Peden and T.
Peden Anderson, of Westminster.
-Mrs. Jesse W. Rankin left Mon
day to assume charge of the school
at Norton, where she bas charge as
principal. The present session will
cover a period of two months. Mrs.
Rankin was principal of the Norton
school during tho full session last
year.
-The Oak Grove school invites all
patrons and persons living in the
community to go out to the school
house al l o'clock Friday afternoon.
July 22d. Superintendent of Educa
tion L. C. Speares and J. P. Coates,
superintendent of the Seneca High
School, will bo present. Some mat
ters of interest will ho discussed.
- Mrs. W. J. Edmonds, of York,
was in Walhalla for a short while
Monday, on her way home after a
pleasant visit of two weeks in sev
eral sections around Walhalla. Mrs.
Edmonds has many friends in this
her old home county who were de
lighted to meet her again. Before
marriage she was a Miss Duncan.
-Why do you pay more when you
can buy Kellog's corn Hakes at 10c,
Quaker oats 10c, shredded wheat
I5c; 2 Vi pounds Snowdown cake
flour 30c; sliced and grilled pine
apple. 35c; pint of Wesson cooking
oil 30c, (tuart 55c; one gallon Rino
Label Karo Toe, half gallon 35c;
one gallon Red Label Karo She,
half gallon inc.; Hagle brand milk
25c; VanCa nip's milk ?'c.; Vi?-lb.
Rumford baking powder I Sc.; Vi-lb.
Lipton's tea 20c, half pound 40c,
ono pound soc.; small jar White
House vinegar 17c. half gallon (ile?
All the above articles aro the grade
and kind you are buying at a higher
price. Walk a block and save a dol
lar. 'Maynes cuts Hie price and sells
tho goods." adv.
Thunder Cause of sholl Shock.
New York. July is. A sudden
cia]) of thunder in last Friday's
storm is believed hy physicians to
have revived shell shock symptoms
in Lieut. George llam?n, of Ardmore,
Okla,, who ls being treated in a hos
pital hero to-day.
Lieut, llam?n was found wander
ing in Woo llnwkcn, X. ,L, a victim
of aphasia. A letter in his pocket
addressed to a relative in Ardmore
by the lieutenant Said physicians had
warned him that a sudden noise,
might bring about a recurroneo of
his ailment, contracted in France.
Lieut, llam?n is a nephew of the
lato Jake L. llam?n. Republican Na
tional committeeman for Oklahoma.
Subscribe for Tho Courier. (BPS'.)
N'T HAVE TO SPEND ON REPAIRS IS ALL PROFIT."
)NEY'S-WORTH IN LUMBER
aver and over again. 'Make a "one-time" everlasting
CYPRESS
Insist on "Tide Water''
Cypreta-you can iden
tify it by this mark.
THE WOOD ETERNAL" -
ay, lasts practically forever, averts further repair bills and
ises Cypress builds but once."
PLANS for farm buildings-but In the meantime insist on44 CYPRESS
our local lumber dealer- no matter for what purpose you buy. Address
RESS MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION
(indium lluiltltng, .Jacksonville, Pla.
JPPLY YOU. IF HE HASN'T ENOUGH CYPRESS LET US KNOW AT ONCE.
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Big Reduction
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Ladies' Slippers
We offer our entire line of
, Utz & Dunn Slippers at
$3.50
the Pair.
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
Auto Tires and
Tubes
Now is thc time to buy tires and tubes, for an
old tire will blow-out with you on a Hot Day when
you are many miles from home. Don't wait until
you have io buy-have your lamps full of oil.
We have the agency for the Kelley Springfield
Tires and Tubes-the best that's made. Prices are
right.
10,000 Miles Guarantee.
You will save money in the long run by buying
Kelley Springfield Tires and Tubes.
Whitmire-Marett Hardware Co.
Westminster, - Walhalla,
South Carolina.
MASTER'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF OCONEE.
In Court of Common Pleas.
Pursuant to decree of tho afore
sad Court, in Hie case named below,
1 will offer for sale, lo the highest
bidder, In front of Hie Court House
door, at Walhalla, South Carolina, on
MONDAY, tho 1st day of August,
1921) between the legal hours of
sale, tho lot of land below described:
cd:
Lula Williams, Plaintiff,
against
George Ilix, Joe Davis, nock Davis,
Dud Brown, Leander Drown, and
all other Heirs of Josie Wright
Mix, Defendants.
All that certain piece, parcel or
lol of land lying and being in tho
town of Seneca, County of Oconee,
State of South Carolina, bounded on
the north by South Second Street,
on the west by Walnut. Street, on the
south by Dudley Drown, ?md on tin
east by Nathaniel Williams, and con
taining about three-eighths of an
acre, more or less.
Terms of Sale.-CASH. That In
event of failure of the purchaser, or
purchasers, to comply with the terms
of sale within five days from day of
salo, Hie Master do re-advertise and
re-sell said premises on Ibo following
Saleday, or some convenient Saleday
thereafter, at the same place and on
the same terms as heretofore set out.
at the risk of the former purchaser,
or purchasers, and that he do con
tinue so lo do until he has found a
purchaser, or purchasers, who com
ply with the terms of sale.
Purchaser to pay extra for papers
and stamp. W. O. WHITE,
.Master for Oconeo County, S. C.
.Inly 13, 1921. 2X-30
Soulhern Ity. Hridgo Collapse?.
Spnrtanburg, .Inly 16.-All traille
between Spnrtanburg and Ashevlllo
on the Southern railway has been
cut off until some time to-morrow
by the collapse of the bridge over
Motlow's creek, near Campobollo,
this morning while a freight train
was passing over it Tho engine and
tender had passed over safely, but
eight coal cars wore carried down in
Ibo crash. There were no Injuries.
Work crews were summoned nt once,
but lt ls stated that the lino can not
be cleared before noon to-morrow.

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