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NOTICE.- i will thresh small
grain at my home oil Monday, AUK.
1st, 1021. H. W. lilt A NOT. 30?
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands, lt. E. BRUCE, Bick
ens, s. c. ac-tr
TWO FORDS, One Chevrolet, One
Maxwell Second Cars for sale cheap.
T. E. ALISANDER, Walhalla, S. C.
|X)KT-A (?ray Raincoat, between
home of W. W. Fowler and Walhalla.
Kinder please return to W. W. FOW
LER, Walhalla. Route and get re
LOST-Last Sunday, Lady's Black
Parasol with green ring handle. Lost
between West Union' and Ebenezer
church. Kinder return to HMS ellice
and get reward. :?<> '
CIVIL SERVICE E.\.MlNATION'S
for vacancies in PosloHlco, Railway j
Mail. Government Departments. Men.
woman, over 17. $120 monthly. Ex
perience unnecessary. For free par
ticulars write j, LEONARD (former
Civil Service Examiner,) .".ll Equi
table Building, Washington. I?. C.
2 9 - 3 2 *
WA TKINS SUMMER DRINKS and
Watkins Cocoanut Oil Shampoo and
a big line of over 137 other Quality
Products are big sellers. Wo want
a lady or gentleman agent in Wal
halla and other vacant cilios. Writ?
to-day for free sample and particu
lars.'.!. lt. WATKINS CO.. ll li. New
York. N. Y. 27-30*
Mauldin and Tugaloo Streets,
Seven-room House, 3 Porches,
2 Halls; Electric Lights; Eight
Stall Barn and Garage; Good
J. L. MOSER,
tf Walhalla, S. C.
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES OX THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.3 0 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. ni.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackin,
P. O. Box 82, Anderson, S. C.
* LOCA Ii AND PERSONAL. *
* * * ?J? * * * * * * * * * *. * * * * *
Mr and Mrs. Sam Maxwell and
little daughter, Dorothy, of Colum
bia, aro spending a sholl while in
Walhalla, visiting at the home of
Mrs. .1. R. Hughes.
We have a large stock of chains
- log chains, trace chains, breast
chains, cow chains, well chains, dog
chains and watchchains, J. II. Alley.
West i nion. S. C. adv.-29-30.
Mr. and Mrs. I'air Dodd and son.
Master Dick, of Atlanta, arrivel in
West I nion Sunday and will be at
the Strother home there for some
weeks. They have hosts of friends
here who are always delighted to
welcome them lo our midst.
Mrs. Jasper Doyle and Mrs. I).
A. PerrRl, of the Bounty Land com
munity, paid a short call at The
Courier office Monday. We are al
ways glad to se<.? these good ladies,
and they always have something in
teresting to tell us.
- Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Russell and
child. ol' Maxton. N. C., were tn Wal
halla for a short while last week, on
their way io i heir home after hav
ing spent a week mos! pleasantly vis
iting at the home of Mr. Russell's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Rn -
sell, at Russell, this county. Mr. Rus
sell has many friends in Oconee who
were delighted lo see him again, and
> have an opportunity of meeting
his (harming wi' and baby.
- Lil u> show you the new I t
car. You will ho surprised ul the
looks, performance and prie Rt'.l
lenger Hardware and Furniture Co.,
Seneca, s C. adv.-29-30.
Married, on Sunday. July nun,
at the residence of John F. Craig,
notary public, Miss Iva Lee Henson
and David I!. Ilanvey, both of west
I nion. The ceremony was performed
by Notary Craig in the presence of
a few ira inls as witnesses. Tho young
couple llave the good wishes ol' a
host of friends, with whom we join
in extending hearty congratulations
and the hope thai they may have
many years of happiness and pros
perity. Mr. Ilanvey is superintendent
of the West I nion oil Mill, and the
bride a popular young lady of the
Vicinity of West i nion. Mr. and Mrs.
Ilanvey are spending a short honey
moon In the mountains of North Car
- Farmers, we have anything you
need in bolls, See us for hardware.
J, II, Alley, West Union, s. c.--adv.
All kinds of roofing-metal, rub
ber and wool-at J. H. Alley*?, West
Union, S. C.-adv.-29-30.
- J. W. Gurney is spending this
week in Franklin, N. C., on business
-Leo Etheredge, of Columbia, is
visiting his brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. McDonald.
- Herbert Felton, of Anderson,
spent last week with his uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Speares, In
- Miss Tabitha St Hiding enter
tained most delightfully last Tues
day afternoon, in honor of her guest,
Miss Hello Strlbling, of Richland.
Wo have a now Ford ton-truck
with pneumatic tires at a bargain to
any one interested. Ballenger Hard
ware and Furniture Co., Seneca, S.C.
- adv. 29-30.
Miss Alice Platt, of Aiken. Is
vis;? lng her sister, Mrs. E. L. Hern
don. Miss Platt has many friends
her?-, who are delighted to have her
among them again.
- Mrs. I j, E. Roberts, of Colum
bia, returned to her home last Fri
day, after having spent a week ill
Walhalla visiting her sister. Mrs. H.
T. Simmons, and among friends.
Mr. and Mrs. .lames IMUnncy
and M r a nd M rs. Mu rvin I ' : limey
and family are spending . veral
weeks al tho mountain home of the
former near Village Creek.
.1 no Moss, Willie si ri Bl I n ; and
Kiri?" Co vi nr.'"ii arrived in Walhalla
last week from ('amp Knox. Ky..
where they have I.n in 'raining.
Kirby Covington is visiting ai thu
home of Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Mu-.
The play. "The Microbe ol'
Love." will bo presented by local
talent al (he High School Auditorium
on Friday, July 2? th, al S..10 p. m.,
under the auspices ol' the Civic
League. Admission: Adults, 'lue.;
children, 1 .".<..
Sidney Adams, ol' Kock Hill,
was in Walhalla a few days this and
last week, visiting iiinoiig relatives
nd friends. Mr. Adams is looking
remarkably well and tells us that he
has entirely regained his former ro
- Married at the residence of the
officiating minister. Rev. J. lt. Trn
inel, Walhalla Route 2, Oil July 17.
Miss Ella Drynian and Luther Posey,
both of Poule 2 The young couple
have the host wishes of many friends
for a long, prosperous and happy
journey through life.
I -Have you seen the new Dort
automobile? If in tores teil in a car.
ask for demonstration. Hallenger
Hardware and Furniture Co., Seneca.
S. C. IU?V.-29-30.
Our young friend, Henry Brandt.:
Jr., gave us a treat one day las!
week in the way of some line Liberta
peaches, which he raised Oil Iiis own
account, pruning and spraying the
trees and laking entire elf argo ol'
Hie crop. Young Brandi bids fair lo
rival his lather and grandfather Inj
thc matter of agricultural and fruit
growing oliera t ions. The Brandt'
farms have always been noted for
^ood crops and line fruit, but we
have never seen better fruit than
Ihls youngster, still In early teens,
has brought lo perfect maturity.
Thanks, young man! Keep your eye
looking ever upward and onward!
-.lust received a nico line of host
wool fibre Pxl 2-foot ari squares;
$ I $.00 values, at .?Jin.on. .). ||, Al
ley. West Union, S. C.--adv.-29-30.
- L viii he learned with regret
thai Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dendy will
in the near future move to Seneca to
make their home permanently. The
erection of a bouse for them was
begun last week in Seneca, and as
soon as this is completed they will
move to their new home. Their re
moval will also take from our midst
one of our oldest residents. Capt. S.
K. Dendy, who will continue to make
Ills home with hi- soil ami family.
While we regret very much I he pros
pect of losing these good people from
nur midst. still we wish them every
degree of success and happiness in
their now home. Mr, Dendy (Julian)
ls holding the position Of assistant
cashier nf the Citizens' Bank, Sen
eca, ami it is in order lo bc more con
veniently situated in regard to his
daily duties than is possible while
li Vinn In another -.own ?hal ?his move
is to be made.
Mrs. l lora Nellie-Rankin Owens
died al her home on Walhalla Kural
Route No. 2 dining tho latter part
of June, she was the wife of Charlie
owens, woll known to many of our
people. She was a fond mol ber, a
loving wife and a good neighbor,and
was loved by all who knew ber. She
was ? mem bei- of the Pa pi ist church
and il d.-voted Christian. Several
years ugo sho became a mom ber of
the Church of God. Mrs. Owens was
devoted to her homo and family, and
was a charitable neighbor, never
speaking Ul of any one. She ls sadly
missed by her family and In her
com mity. Our loss is heaven's
gain. Tho infant son, Charles Ed
wards, followed his mother to the
gravo three weeks later, being three
month? old. The husband and six
children are left to mourn the death
of this good woman. The sympathy
of many is extended to the bereaved
ones in their hour of sorrow. The
last sad rites at the grave were per
formed by Kev. J. H. Traniel.
- Miss (?raro Crenshaw Is visit
ing Miss Lillian Bischoff this week
at Win ie wa ter.
- -Mrs. 10. T. McClure, of Clemson
College, is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. C. Busch.
-Miss Lillian Bischoff left last
week for Whitewater, where she has
taken charge of the Bear Pen school.
-.lohn II. IOrn.est, of Glenville, N.
C., was among friends in Walhalla
for a while last week-end,
- Mrs. W. A. Hetrick ahd children
spent tho past weew-end An tialncs
ville, (?a.. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.
- Mr. and Mrs. C. IO. Hobson and
son, Prichard, of Atlanta, were re
cent guests of Mrs. Hobson s sister.
Mrs. .las. C. Seaborn.
--Nitrate of Soda.-Just arrived,
car nitrate of soda. IS per cent am
monia. 200 lbs. even woight sacks.
$6.00 per sack. Crank H. Shirley.'
Westminster, S. C.--adv.
- - Misses dorolice and Llllye Smith
have returned to their home al Sa
lem aller having attended the Win
throp sn ni mer school. While away
they visited friends in Charlotte.
Mrs. Myra Cox returned Mon
day io ber home in Greenville, after
lia vin- spent a week pleasantly vis
iting at i IN home of lier niece, Mrs.
?.'ra ii' ' . : ! Uglies.
\V ? are requested ?<) actionn?e
?ha! Hie Rocky Knoll W. V. S. will
meei next Sunday. July 31, immedi
ately aCer Sunday school, ii tho
church \!1 members are requested
to be present at thia meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. II. \\\ Gas?, te and
little son. Herben. Jr.. tefl Tuosduj
for their homo at Laurens. .?Her a
pleasant stay ol' some weeks in Will
imill! at the home of Mrs. (bisque's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. W hite,
and among their many friends hore.
A revival meeting will begin at,
lite Rocky Knoll church on next Sun
day night (?th Sunday) ;it eight
o'clock. Thc meeting will continuel
to the first Sunday in August. The
pu HI ic is invited to attend this meet
ing. Services al 1 I a. m. and s p.m.
-'For Sale. - Nitrate of soda now
on hand at $0.00 per even-weight 200
pound sacks. Place your order at
once. Krank ll. Shirley, Westmin
ster, S. C.-adv.
- Mrs. Bille Lee Morgan and son
Jesse silent Hie past week-end at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Iron Fricks,
near West Union. They have many
friends in this section who enjoyed
meeting them again. They left last
Thursday for their homo in Ander
son. They were accompanied back
by Miss Lou Anna Fricks, who will
spend a week or ten day? Ad th Mrs.
Morgan. During Miss Crk'ks's ab
sence Mrs. J. P. Cox will spend a
while with her daughter. Mrs. Pricks,
- S. (;. Fullerton and M. M. Mor
ris, ol' the lower part of the coun
ty, were appreciated callers al The
Courier office yesterday afternoon.
Tiley drove through from Mr. Mor
ris's farm on Route :: from Pendle
ton, and were delighted ?iib the ap
pearance of the crops all along the
way. There are no poor crops in
Oconee, they say, so far ns they have
soon-but some seem better than
others, of course They would grade
them as good, better and best. Mr.
Fullerton is from Birmingham, Ala.,
and lie is accompanied on his visit
to the Morris home by his wife, who
was a Miss Morris. Although they
have been married for seven years
this is Mr. Fullerton's hist visit to
Oconee, and he is quit,, delighted
with our mountain country.
- All makes standard sewing ma
chine needles at Moss & Ansel's,Wal
--There will bc a union service al
st. John's Lutheran church on next'
Sunday night, July C. 1st. at 8..'10. At
this service Bishop Kinley, of the
lOpiscopal church, will preach the
sermon. Revs. IO. p. Taylor, of the
Methodist, church: W. B. Aull, of the
Lutheran church, and L. M.'Lyda,
of the Baptist church, will assist in
the service, lt is hoped that Rev,
Mr. Hamilton, of the Presbyterian
church, and Rev. Langston, of the
Kirs! Baptist church of Walhalla,will
also be able to be present and par
tic?pale in this service, although at
present it is expected thal they will
be absent from town. Members of
all denominations are invited lo at
tend Ibis service. There will bo spe
cial music by tho united choirs of
tho different ( burches, and it is ear
nestly hoped thal a larc,,, congrega
tion will bo present to greet Bishop
Kinley, who is well known in Wal
halla, and who is now making his
first visit to this place in tho capa
?Iiy of Bishop. Cor quito a while, in
Mr. Finley's early ministerial career,
lie lind Charge Of tho Walhalla F.pis
.opal church and greatly endeared
himself to our people. Ile ls a force
ful and abb; speaker, and the oppor
tunity lo bear him should be taken
ndvantngo of by nil who possibly can
Lower Division Union Mooting.
Tho Baptist union meeting of the
lower division will meet wi til Mount
Pleasant instead of Pleasant (?rove.
We will meet Saturday and Sunday,
July SO and ?il, Program has been
published in former issue of paper.
K. W Marett,
T. D. Marett,
Ira IO. D. Marett.
Dried lemon and orange peel are
splendid for bringing up a fire which
has died down. All perd should be
collected and dried in au oven that
is cooling off after cooking, and then
stored in an old bag. This revives
the fire without Crackling, which 's
sometimes annoing in a sick room.
Subscribo for The Courier. (Best)
"THE MONEY YOU D
For the odd jobs
you don't need tt
IntUt on "Tide Water"
Cypres*- you can Iden
tify it by this mark.
Lower grades will a
just as long. Save
Write us for list of FREI
and no substitutes" from
YOUR LOCAL DEALER WILL
Ocoiteo County Singing; Convention.
The Oconco County Annual Singing
Convention will meet with South
Union church on thc first Saturday
und Sunday in August (tile Otb and
Till.) All clin relies and Sunday
schools are urged to send delogutes,
and all good singers and lovers ot'
good song aro invited lo come. Lei's
give Cod the praise ;?i prayer ami
song. W. M. Lem mons, Pres.
W. E. King, Secretary.
The State ot South Carolina. Coun
ty ol' Oconoe.- (In Court of Probatel
- By V. K\ Martin. Esq., Probate
Judge.-Whereas, \V. J. Schroder,
C. C. C. P., has made suit to me to
grant him Letters of Administration
of the Estate of and Effects of J. B.
BURO ESS, Deceased -
These are, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said ,T. B.
BURGESS, Deceased, that they ho
and appear before me. in the Court
Of Probate, to bo bold at Wal
halla Court House, South Carolina,
on Monday, the 29th clay of Aug
ust, 1921, after publication hereof,
at 1 1 o'clock in tho forenoon, to
show cause, If any they have, why
the said Administration should noi
Given under my hand and seal this
13th day of July, A. D. 1921.
(Seal.) V. F. MARTIN.
Judge of Probate for Oconee Co., S.C.
Published on tho 20th and 27th
days of July and 3d, 10th, 17th and
24th days of August, 1021. In Tho
Keowee Courier, and on the Court
House door for the time prescribed
by law. i
July 20. 1021. 29-3 1
As a Money Crop
lt will pay every fanner to have at
least ono acre of A LI A LI A for each
head ol' live stock on bis farm, lt is
ono ol' lise luvst, forage crops grown,
and it is also ono ot' thc best money
crops you can grow. If it. is properly
sown, it will make from four to live
tons to thu nore, and il is now re
tailed at $-10.00 per ton. The first
year's crop will pay a handsome pro
fit on tho outlay, and ono sowing will
last from eight to ten years. For the
Drat two or three years you are nt
no additional expense, and after that
it is profitable to broadcast ;!<><> or
loo pounds of l(> per cent Acid to
tho acre every year, lt is one of the
most, profitable crops grown, r^id
with tho boll weevil invading tills
section of tho country, farmers will
lind it. advantageous Ul have a.s many
supply crops and as many money
crops as possible, and ALFALFA ls
ono of the best of euell. The few
acres you will have, in ALFALFA will
pay you very much bettor than twice
as many acres in cotton.
ALFALFA should ho sown in Sep
tember, on good, strong, red, wcll
d rn I nod land, well fertilized and well
limed. Thc limo and Hie ALFALFA
SEMI) should bo arranged for in ad
vance of your needs. Von can get
the fertilizer from us at any time;
wo can give you a f?rtil I . of splen
did analysis, and specially adapted
to tho crop.
Clemson College will send you ii
bulletin telling you how to prepare
your land, fertilize it, limo it, and
sow your seed or your neighbor who
lins sown some can give you this In
formation; but by all means sow a
& Oil Co..
Anderson, S. C.
But, whatever you do, don't use
lot inmuno or stable manure; that
contains grass seed, and that will
give the grass a start lu our Alfalfa,
and Hint is just what you wish to
avoid. Von will not have to re-sow
as long ns you koop tho grass out.
il0-3 1 -A. P. Ai O. CO.
ON'T HAVE TO SPEND ON REPAIRS IS ALL PROFIT,*
GRADE THAT FITS THE JOB
of building and repairing around the place
ie higher grades of
?TTTI rr- i.mAVi prrnu in"
Inilit on "Tide Water"
Cy pi et ?-you can iden
tify it by thia mark.
THE WOOD ETERNAL"
nswer just as well for many of these jobs - and last
your money. "Buy the grade that fits the job."
? PLANS for farm buildings -but in the meantime insist on "CYPRESS
i your local lumber dealer-no matter fer what purpose you buy. Address
PRESS MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION
200 (Jraluun Building, Jacksonville, Fla.
SUPPLY YOU. IF HB HASN'T ENOUGH CYPRESS LET US KNOW AT ONCB.
We offer our entire line of
Utz & Dunn Slippers at
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
Auto Tires and
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 to 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
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,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF OCONEE.
In Co\irt of Common Plena.
Pursuant lo decree of the afore
sad Court, in the case named below,
1 ?ill oifer for sale, to the highest
bidder, in front of tho Court House
door, at Walhalla, South Carolina, on
MONDAY, the 1st. day of Augii.it.
1021, between the legal hours of
sale, the lot of land below described:
Lula Williams, Plaintiff,
Ceorgo Ilix, Joe Davis, Dock Davis.
Dud Brown, Leander Brown, and
all other Heirs of Josie Wright
All that certain piece, parcel or
lot of land lying and being in the
town of Seneca, County of Oconoo,
Stato of South Carolina, bounded on
tho north by South Second Street,
on tho west by Walnut Street, on tim
south by Dudley Brown, and on tim
east by Nathaniel Williams, and con
taining about three-eighths of an
ncre, moro or less.
Terms of Sale.-CASH. That In
event of failure of the purchasor, or
purehnsers, to comply with tho terms
of salo within live days from day of
sale, the Master do i e-adveruso and
re-sell said premises on (Ito following
Snleday, or some convenient Saleday
thereafter, at the same place Olid on
Hie same terms as heretofore set out,
ai the risk of the former purchaser,
or purchasers, and that he do con
tinue so to do until he has found a
purchaser, or purchasers, who com
ply with the terms of salo.
Purchaser to pay extra for papers
and stump. W. (). WHITE,
Master for Oconeo County. R. C.
July 13, 1021, 2S-,'?0
.NOTICIO OP ELECTION.
Stato of South Carolina,
County of Oconeo.
To the Qualified Electors and Resi
dent Freeholders of Legal Voting
Ago in /ion School District, No.
PLICA SE TAK<E NOTrOIO, That an
election will bo held In Zion School
District, No. 24, at the School House,
on THURSDAY, August 4th, 1021,
for the purpose' of determining tho
question of levying a Five-Mill Tax
on all taxable property in said Dis
trict, to be used for building pur
W. A. WHITE,
W. D. LA DEY.
J. L. HOE,