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Friday and Sat?rdc
>s> j& j& A
FOEMANS Din
Walhall
100 pieces Pure Whit?
This is less than '
V
WA' LXJH OU
ONE CENT A WORD
(Small advertisements under
till? heading inserted at rate of
one cent a word per Insertion.
Four insertions for prise of
throo. )
(NOTICIO.-So advertisement ac-*
ceptcd for this column for loss than
iii cents, one insertion.)
IOU S .A I ?K-One Jersey Milk Cow.
(>, I. c rigs ready for delivory. C.
1 \ W ALK KI; Walhalla, S. C. :::.-if
FOB SALK-COAL-Delivered for
$ I e.m. ?i ton, cash. 11 KTKICK HOS
I Kit Y Mild.. Walhalla, s.e. L*-t f
I OK SALK-Infants' Socks. per
pair Sc IIKTItICK HOSIERY MILL,
Walhalla, S. C. -".L'-tf
M OX KY TO LOAN on Improved
Karin Lauds, lt. K. BRUCE, rick
ens, S. C. 2tJ-tf
I OIC S A I, K - Cot ton Kirking
Sheets, now llttrlitps, so x sn inches,
::?'(.. each. .1. C. KAMKLKY. West
Union, s. c. :'.."i-tf
LOST-From Dodge car. one (?lass
lo front light; lost between Cotton
Mill and Brown's Planer. Kinder re
turn lo Courier oflico and receive re
ward. ;ifi*
FOB SALK - One Horse, four
Mules, two One-horse Wagons, ona
Two-horse Wagon, two Automobiles.
?For cash or on easy terms. T. E.
ALEX AN 1)10 ll, Walhalla, S. C. :if>-tf
FOB SALK OR BENT-A .'.?-acre
Karin with adequate buildings there
on, in the Wolf Stake community,
near school and church. Formerly
belonged to Kaile Kelley. IC. P.
TAYLOR, Methodist Preacher, Wal
halla, s. c. :ir>-:is*
LOST-Small hunch of Keys with
tag attached; "(L K. Rhodes, Wal
halla, S. C.." on tag. Lost on roads
between Walhalla, Seneca, Towuville
and Westminster, Sunday, Aug. 28.
Finder please return lo Courier of
II co, Walhalla. 35
CIJEBKS, (.Men, Women,) over 17.
for Postal Mail Service; .il 30 month.
Examinations September. Experi
ence unnecessary. For free particu
lars write J. LEONARD, f former
Civil Service Examiner,) 5Ll Equita
ble Bldg, Washington, D. C. 33-:??*
KO lt SALIC.-Now is tile time to
get your winter's supply of Dry Stove
Wood, either Cord Wood or Slabs, I
foot lengths, $3.50 per cord; cul in
blocks. $-1.50 per cord; split ready
for Die stove, $5.25. A card will
bring it. MARCUS KINO, Route 1.
Walhalla, S. C. :'.2-;L">*
KOIt SALK-Utirlnp Cotton Kick
ing Sheets, size 72x80 Inches, hem
med and made ol' new eight-ounce
burlap, price 32c. delivered hy parcel
post. Send chock or money order.
Sheets shipped on receipt of order.
Will ship any quantity, from one
sheet up. Tl IK T. Q. AX DICKSON
HA GO I NC AND TIE CO.. Manufac
turers, Anderson, S. C. 34-35*
BT. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldln Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Bacramont of Ponanco. . . .0.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Itevorend Thomas J. Mackin,
Rector.
P. O. Pox 82. Anderson, S. C.
?j. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ?J?
*,j"H"M?M"M? *********
.Inst received a ease ol' Lad and
Lassie clot li ; only 2*?C. per yard. C
W. & .1. IC. Rauknighi. adv.
-Miss Francos Karie is spending
several weeks in Atlanta, the guest
of M Isa McAfee.
Airs. .1. K. Karie left this morn
ing for Cleveland, fla., io spend a
few days willi her mother, Mrs. M,
A. Merril I.
- Ladies', misses and children's
hair? in the newest shapes and shades
at Jnynes's. Walk a block and suv<
a dollar. 'Maynes cuts Hie price and
sells the goods."-adv.
The Parsonage Aid Society ot
the Walhalla Methodist church Will
meei Thursday (lo-morrow) after
noon with Mrs. Mary Ansel, at 1
o'clock.
-The school improvement associa
tion of Zion will meet at Ibo school
house Sept 1st at 1 o'clock In the
afternoon. AU the people of the Com
munity are tirged to attend.
-New lot Bibles and Testaments;
especial line of stationery, school
supplies, novels, story books, straps,
satchels, lunch boxes. Norman'?
JDrug Store, Walhalla.-adv.
-?
TL SALE
ty by F. E. Harrison
T J&
la, S. C.
2 Enamelware, at $1.25.
Manufactor's Cost.
R WINDOW.
Kor Ken!-Automobile garage;
goo ! location; reasonable. Apply to
John K. Cruig, West Union, H. C.
a<lv.-::.'i-t r.
Miss Lucillo White left last
week for Laurens, whore she will
visit her sister, Mrs. II. W. Casque.
- Mrs. C. (!. .iaynes and son liar
wood, who have boon spending sev
eral weeks in Clayton, Ca., returned
to Walhalla last week.
- Mr. and Mrs. .las. Wilson spent
several days last week with relatives
in Columbia. They made Hie trip
through Hie country by auto.
.1. IO. Stephens has our Clanks
fO" 'wo very line Corio ft icu pol.'Hoos,
lin1 I wo weighing six pound.-, c e
2 Yi und one 3Vfc. Tiley were taken
out of the same lilli.
.Married, on Tuesday. Hie ililli
of August, Miss ethel llUgllCS and .!.
IV Rochester. The ceremony was per
formed by Notary .las. n. Ilunni
CUlt, of the Oconee Creek section.
Talk about pre-war prices and
bargains! How about heavy live-gal
lon oil cans-the regular $l.r>n kind
-al 98c? "We trade you service
for business." .1. ll. Alley, West
Union. S. C.-nd v.-.IT?-:LS.
-Klaren Hitter left yesterday for
Holton to relieve the operator lhere
for one month. While Mr. Hitler is
lu Helton, Wix Hughs, of Richland,
wdll have charge of bis position In
Walhalla.
- Mrs. L. R. VanDiviere and Miss
Margie VanDiviere, of Savannah, Ca.,
are In Walhalla, visiting at the home
of Miss Georgie VanDiviere. Their
many friends are delighted to have
them among them again. They will
be here for several weeks.
-Ray Fahnostoek left Monday for
Greenville, where he will spend sev
eral days visiting his brother. TIIOJ.
Fahnestock, Mr. Fahnestock drove
through the country in a car, which
ho handles remarkably well, he being
a mute.
- Blankets,-If you need any for
next winter we can sell them now
cheaper than tiley can be bough! in
cold weather-$1.7 i"> to $S.oo per
pair. Also one case of O. I), all-wool
blankets, bought from the govern
ment, to sell ai $7.00. C. W. & .1. I-:.
Bauknight, Walhalla. adv.
-,1. .1. Neville, of Atlanta, spent
a short while in Walhalla last Fri
day and Saturday among relatives
and friends, having come over espe
cially to visit his aunt. Mrs. Mary N.
Ansel. Mr. Neville has many friends
here, who wore delighted to see him
again.
.Mrs. Kdw. Harden sent to Thc
Courier office last week the most per
fect double pod of okra we havi
ever seen, the pod being distinct!)
marked by a division lino from end
io end, almost, yet Hr m ly Joined to
gether. Twin pods are often seen
but we have noticed but few of thc
real double pods.
Major Albert Norman, of Mar
shall. Texas, spent thc past week-eir
with his uncle and aunt, Mr. am
i Mrs. G. A. Norman. Major Norm.]
i bas many friends herc who were glni
I to moot him again, lie is a son >
Mr. and Mrs. 1'. I.. Norman, of COM
. ord. N. C., formerly residents o
Walhalla. Major Norman is now oil'
ol' the successful business men o
Marshall, Texas.
-Wanted - An up-to-date, pro
gressive farmer. willi up-to-dnt
farming implements, for two or ihre
horse farm near Mountain Rest. S. C
Gooil buildings, good barns, three
room tenant bouse; Mi to GO acre
' good bottom land, 20 acres good up
land, 200 acres wired in for catt!
1 pasture, lo acres in hog pasture. Ap
ply at once io i-:. L. Ilemdou, Wal
halla. S. C. adv.-;! !.
Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Hammond
of Springfield, S. C., were in Wal
halla for a short while last weeli
having come up from Seneca, nea
? which place they are visiting Ho\
Hammond's mother, Mrs. M. F.. Ham
mond. Rev. Hammond is pastor o
tho Baptist church at Springfield an
has hoon spending his August vac.i
lion willi relatives in the New Hop
section. He has numerous friends i
Oconee who were glad to meet bli
; and his estimable wife. They wi!
return Ibis week to their home.
-Our slock of shoes is now com
plete. Come In and price them.- C.
W. & J. E. Bau knight.-adv.
-The regular meeting of the Nor
ton Chapter U. D. C. will .be held at
the Civic Rest Room next Monday
afternoon at 4 o'clock. All members
are urged to be present.
-Miss lindie Thompson, who has
been spending some time in Ander
son, returned to her home near Wal
halla last week. Her many friends
aro glad io have her with them
again.
-Wanted-To buy, for cash, four
to six young hogs for fattening this
fall and winter. Wm. J. Stribling,
Walhalla, H. C.-udv.-35-ff.
- Mrs. Julian Dendy, assistel by
Miss Flt bel Cromer, expression teach
er, will give a piano and voice recital
at the Seneca High School auditor
ium on Friday evening, Sept 2d,
al 8 o'clock.
- Mrs. W. C. Foster, of Seneca,
was a guest in the home of Mrs.
Kannte Brennecke the first of this
week, having come up in orlcr to
attend the meeting of the quarterly
conference at the Methodist church
last Sunday.
- Closing out our paint sleek at
reduction. All kinds brushes, oils,
turpentine. Norman's Drug Store. -
adv.
Wc ?re requested to announce
thal lhere will be a hox supper at
/iou school house Friday night, sept.
2. ?ii 7.:'.n o'clock. The public is cor
dially invited to conic, and girls bring
welT-lllled boxes for the benefit of
I he s. hool.
- K. II. Alexander and wife left
last Sunday for a two weeks' visit to
Philadelphia, Washington and other
points Fast. They were accompanied
hy Mrs. Sallie Dobbins, of Anderson,
who joined thom at Greenville. While
in Philadelphia they will visit Rev.
M. (). Alexander and family.
- Miss S. Fincnnnon's announce
ment of a new fall season: In this
opening are featured styles and ma
terials that compel attention. Thurs
day and Friday. Sept. 1 and 2, Sen
eca. S. Cf-adv.
---.Mr. and Mrs. Hugo G. Sheridan,
of Greenwood, spent the past week
end visiting at the home of Major
and Mrs.Wm. J. Stribling, near town.
Mrs. Sheridan before marriage was
Miss Idly Watson, and on several
occasions visited the Misses Stribling
hero Mr. Sheridan ls head of the
Sheridan Printing Co., of Greenwood.
-Mr. and Mrs. Robert L, Cave, of
Columbia, spent several days last, tjfh?
this week visiting nt the home1 of
Mr. and "Mrs. G. E. Rhodes in Wal
halla. They were married in Colum
bia last Wednesday and traveled hero
in their car. They were educated at
Cedar Springs Institute Mr. Cave
is head of the Cave Vulcanizing
Works of Columbia. They left yes
terday for their home, but will stop
at several resort points on their re
turn trip.
-Ladies' ready-to-wear ready for
your inspection at .laynes*s. Coats,
dresses, sport skirts and sweaters.
Walk a block and save a dollar.
'Maynes cuts the price and sells the
goods."-adv.
-..Miss Elizabeth Moser, of Wal
halla, and Mr. Partlow, of Washing
ton, D. C., were married last Wed
nesda night at thc home of tlie
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.*J. L.
Moser, near town. They ief* at orne
for their home in Washington, go
ing through the country in their
touring car. The bride is well known
to the people of Walhalla and Oco
nee, and has many friends to wish
ber much happiness on ber journey
through lifo. Mr. Partlow is to be
congratulated upon winning the
heart and hand of this charming lady
and The Courier extends most hearty
good wishes to the young couple.
-For Sale-One new Ford truck,
with Goodyear pneumatic tires; also
one six-cylinder Buick live-pessenger
car, practically good ns new. All at
tl bargain. Will sell for cash or good
note. W. S. Brock, Seneca, S. C.
adv.-.! 1-If.
-?Prof. 1). Barker, of the Univer
sity of Minnesota (Minneapolis), ar
rived at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Harker, of Walhalla,
on Saturday afternoon last. Ho was
accompanied by two ot* his fellow
teachers, Profs. J. c. Loach and A.
ll. Larson. The trio drove through
the country and made the trip in
eight days. Mr. Parker graduated at
Clemson some years ago. and his rec
ord at Clemson was one of ibo best
ever attained by a student of that
institution, lt will be pleasing news
to Mr. Harker s friends lo learn that
he bas completed his course at the
University of Minnesota, and at an
early date the degree of Doctor of
Philosophy will he conferred on him.
Mr. Barker received his (Master's
Degree at this university a few years
ago. Mr. Barker and his friends will
spend seernl days here before return
ing to Minnenpolls,
-Smart fall hats on display Thurs
day and Friday, Sept. l and 2. Miss
S. Fincannon, Seneca, S. C.-adv.
-
gain Reduces Price
?xtra Size 30x3'? $162?
Firestone first ruade the low price
pf $13.95 on the Standard Non-Skid,
May 2. Unusual purchasing power
through big volume of business, and
the great efficiency of its $7,0dO(00?
Plant No. 2, manufacturing exclu
sively 30x3}$ size, made this possible.
Now, the production of the Extra
Size 30x3^ tire has been transferred
to Plant No. 2. Tb4s permits the
price reduction on this tire from
$16.60 to $13.9?. ' No such value has
ever before been'offered tire users.
If your dealer hasn't the Extra
Size in stock ask for our Stand
ard Non-Skid type at the same
price. You will still be getting an
unusual tire value.
Cords That Don't Blow Gut
Yon feel secure.on Firestone Cords.
Because Firestone Cords don't blow
out. Your repair man will tell yo?
he hasn't seen a blowout this past
year-10,0ft, 15,000 and 20,00*
miles, and the tires still going
strong. See. your Firestone dealer
today. Name below. ^
Firestone Cord Tire? are being sold at lowest prices in cord
tire bte to rr t 39X3>Y-$J4.<I 32X4- $44.30 *4*4>*-$54.90
-A good, heavy rope halter for
only 15c. C. W. tk J. 'E. Bauknlght.
-adv.
-There will be services next Sun
day morning and evening, the hours
for the services being ll a. m. and
S p. m. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all to attend. Kev. Mr.
Hamilton, who has been on his vaca
tion, will conduct the services, his
vacation period having ended.
-Peanut meal, cotton seed meal,
barro dairy feed, beet pulp and hulls
-a car of ejtch just in. C. \V. & J. E.
Bauknlght, Walhalla, s. C.-adv.
-tMrs. Julain Dendy entertained
last Friday morning with a farewell ?
party. The bouse was beautifully
decorated with Howers and ferns. A I
number of exciting games of rook
were played, after which a delicious
two-course luncheon was served.
The guests were then given a deck
of cards from which to draw. Mrs.
James Darby cut high, receiving a
beautiful ivory pin cushion. Miss
Eloise Strother cut low and received
a lovely set of glass Ice tea spoons.
There was a unanimous vote that
the occasion was one of the loveliest
if tho season.
- -All makes standard sowing ma
chino needles at Moss & Ansel's,Wal
halla.-adv.-24-tf.
-'Big l'no school supplies arrived
at Norman's Drug Store. The pretti
est lot stationery. All kinds of new
novelties. Books, Blbler, Testaments.
Graphaphone records.-adv. 34-35.
- Bruce Breny.eale, after spending
ii week or more in Walhalla and
community among relatives and his
numerous friends, returned to his
home at Dallas, Texas, last Friday.
Mr. Brenzealo informed us that he
bad attended twenty-six regimental
reunions and hundreds of reunions
of a more general nature in connec
tion with the Confederate veterans.
It is a notable fact that Orr's Regi
ment, of which Mr. Breazeale was
the youngest member, went into ser
vice thirteen hundred stron/. There
are now possibly, according to Capt.
S. K. Dendy's estimate, not over fifty
members of the regiment living.
- Heavy feedstuff, hay and flour,
at rock bottom prices; also hardware
and Ford supplies, storage batteries,
etc. J. II. Alley. West Union, S. C.
"We trade you servico for business.
-adv. 35-38.
-?Wo regret to announce that Su
pervisor J. C. Shockley has been for
several days past quito unwell at bis
home In West Fnion. He was stricken
suddenly Sunday afternoon with an
attack that rendered bim helpless
for several hours, the attack being
due to high blood pressure. As soon
as the blood condition was relieved '
Mr. Shockley began to improve, and ;
yesterday waa able to be. up and ?
about the home. We hope to see him !
out and attending to his duties soon j
again, lie is ordinarily one of the
most active, energetic men of our j
county, and bis work during ibo past
half year bas given Oconee a great |
boost In the matter of good roads.
-All kinds new toilet articles at.
.sot-man's Drug Store. Walhalla,-ad.
- Miss Hattie Barle, of Pickens,
was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. .J. H.
E?>rle the past week-end.
- I have some very Hue pigs, eight
weeks old, for sale cheap; also ajine
milch cow for sale, and on terms.
Arthur Brown, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
:?r?-3G.
- Mr. and Mrs. Prank H. Carter
spent a short while in Anderson the
latter part of last week visiting rel
ative? and friends.
- Miss S. Flncannon is offering a
most remarkable selection of bats-a
great many styles from which to
choose. Thursday and Friday, Sept.
1 and 2, Seneca, S. C.--adv.
- We have obtained a few addi
tional facts regarding Mrs. G. M.. Mc
Kee, whose death svas announced in
The Courier last week. Her death
occurred on Aug. 1 7th while she was
seated at the breakfast table. Mrs.
McKee was born. .Ian. 27, 1848, and
before marriage ber name was Car
oline Medora Burton. On .Jan. 28th,
1 S72. she was happily married to O.
M. McKee, who proceded her to the
grave live years. To this union nine
children were born, seven of whom
survive. She was a life-long member
of tho Baptist church and was a con
sistent Christian, and her death will
leave ti vacant place in the homo, hi
tho church and in the community
for a long time. The bereaved ones
have the sympathy of many In their
sorrow Funeral services were con
ducted by Hov. J. A. Pond, her pas
tor, and the remains wore Interrod
by the side of ber husband in the
Pleasant Hill cemetery.
?-'He sure to cnll and see thc new
fall millinery on display at .Tnynes's.
Walk a block and save a dollar.
'Maynes cuts tho price .and sells the
goods."-adv.
-Golden's now model cane mills
and evaporators; also brand-now
oak syrup kegs. J, H. Alley, West
Union, S. C.-adV.-36-88,
-There aro many who will leant
with regret of the death of Frank
E Alexander, of Pickens, which oc
curred at .locasseo, this county, last
Thursday night, his dead body being
found In bed Friday morning. He
had eaten a hearty supper Thursday
?
ei
evening and retired apparently in
good health, though he"had not been
well for many months, having mirror
ed an attack of sleeping sickness,
fi om which, however, he was thought
to be recovering. The deceased was
52 years of age and was a native of
Piekens county, being a .son of J. C.
Alexander, now of Oconee, who sur
vives him. Ile is also survived by
his wife, who was .Miss Ada Craig, Q
of Piekens, a sister of John P, and
Dr. W. R. Craig, of Walhalla. Three
sons hy a former marriage also sur
vive, leight brothers, W. M. and H.
H., of Walhalla; Jas, M., of Seneca;
Jerry, of Oklahoma, and Rev. M. O. g
Alexander, of the U. S. navy, being
among the survivors. One sister,
Mrs. Hobbins, of Anderson, also sur
vives. Funeral services were con
ducted Saturday afternoon at four
o'clock, the interment being made
in the cemetery at Piekens. Mr. Al- *
exander was at the timo of his death
serving IMckens county as a member
of tho State Senate.
:-Any child in the county can
come in and get a pen or pencil tab
let and one pencil free. This ls a
fae'.; no catch game. Xo tablet or
pencil given to parents-only to tho
children. Walk a block and save a
dollar. "Jnynes cuts the price and
sells the goods."--adv
* * * * * * * * * * * *
?J. RRSOIilTIOXS. .J.
.J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J?
Whereas, the Rev. E. 1?. Taylor
has served four years as pastor of
the Walhalla Methodist Church, and
under the polity of our Church he
will soon go to another field of labor, {
therefore bo it Resolved:
I. That during lb esc four years he
has been faithful and zealous in the
promotion of the best interests of
tho Church. , .
I 2. That not only as a preacher in t
j tho pulpit and pastor in tho home,
but also ns ti patriotic citizen, ho has .
made a (loop and lasting impression
for good upon our community and
county.
:i. That lo him and tho members
of lils excellent family wo tender our
host wishes for their continued good
fortune,
i. Th nt these resolutions be en
tered of record In our Journal, and
copy furnished for publication .
R. T. JAY NBS,
1). A. SMITH,
J. IO. BAUKNIG1IT,
'-"I vj Committee. s
AugUftt 28, 1921. ?
Virtually evory article on salo in
tho Marshall Islands ls of Japanese
manufacturo,

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