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MEN'S and BOYS
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LANI) FOR RENT.-See Mrs, W.
C. IVESTKK, Walhalla. S. C., Route
::. :; s-:?:i*
WANTED-Roof Hides, Chickens
and Eggs. Will pay eash. R. I). O EL
KE RS, Walhalla. S. C. 30-39*
ANY ONE having Cottage Cheese
for sale, please communicate with
Keoweo Courier. Walhalla. 37-lf
FOR SALE-COA li-Delivered for
$ I 0.00 a ton, cash. HETR1CK HOS
IERY MILL. Walhalla, S.C. 32-tf
CASH (or your Old Cars. Used
parts for all makes of cars at bar
gain pircos. COLUMBIA VULCAN
IZING} AND TRUCK CO., Columbia,
S. C. 37-49.
FOR RENT.-A Two-horse Farm
for rent. Hood house and farm. Ten
ant to furnish stock. See MRS. M.
E. HAMMOND. Seneca, S. C., Route
FOR SALE - One Horse, four
Mules, two One-horse Wagons, one
Two-horse Wagon, two Automobiles.
For cash or on easy terms. T. E.
ALEXANDER, Walhalla, S. C. 35-tf
FOR SALE-;-)21/J( Acres of Land,
in good state cultivation, near Re
turn church and school; live-room
house, good outbuildings; good well,
good orchard and pasture. For terms
seo ROLAND COBB, Seneca, S. C.,
Route 4. 37-40*
FOR SALE OR RENT-A aO-acre
Farm with adequate buildings there
on, In tho Wolf Stake community,
near school and church. Formerly
belonged to Earle Kelley. E. P.
TAYLOR, Methodist Preacher. Wal
halla, S. C. 3.-.-3S*
FOR RENT-For standing rent, or
on shares, the Col. Thompson place,
close to Walhalla; one side of farm
Joins corporate limits; within one
mile of three good schools and con
venient to churches; about 100 acres
land uuiler cultivation; plenty wood
on place; good residence and two
tenant houses. Apply lo JOEL KEYS,!
Walhalla, S. C. 37-tf
' HATS and CAPS,
?}ooi>w STORE, ;
A, S, Cy.
POIl HALE-Oood Jersey Cow al
reasonable price. W. F. HUGHS.Wal
halla, s. c. as-Mi)
FOIl HEXT. - Two Unfurnished
Rooms on Faculty Hill. GEO. R.
MOX EY TO I-^AN^iT Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C. 2G-tf
FOR SALIO - One Kimball Cabi
net Organ, one Little Giant Truck.
Cash or time. J. lt. BARLE, Wal
halla, S. C. 37-tf
WANTED.- Men with leam or
auld lo sell our spices, toilet ai tides,
soaps, medicines, (lavorings, per
fumes, baking powder, pie lilli tr and
similar products direct to Hie con
sumer. Selling experience valuable,
hut not necessary, as we In.In in
salesmanship. A good busine: - for
any intelligent worker. McCONNON
& CO., Winona. Minn., S."> Applica
t iou I lepa 11 men i. :: s *
NOTICIO OF SALIO.- I will toll,
at my residence near Oak drove
school house, my Personal Properly,
consisting of Mules and I torses, Wag
ons, Ruggy, one good, I log and Cal
lie, Corn, Foddor, shucks, Hay ind
Farming Implements ol* till descrip
tions, and others things too numer
ous to mention. Sale will he Wed
nesday, Oct. 5th, 1921, nt 10 A. VI.
Terms of sale. Cash. .1. II. GIBSON.
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldln Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackin,
P. O. Box 82, Anderson, S. C.
A Special Communication of Blue
r?i?Tjrr???i Ridge Lodge, No. 9 2, A. F.
I aSErf 1 M" wIU 1)0 nold Friday
tflBB - night, September 23, 19 21,
at 8.3 0 o'clock.
Work in F. C. Degree.
Visiting brothers always welcome.
J. R. S. DENDY, W. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (adv)
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- Edwin Hughs, who has been In
the employ of the United states Wire
less Service, is in Walhalla for a
short stay, visiting ;it tho home of
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. T.
to our friends and patrons Oct. 1st, in thc new build
ing being erected next to the Enterprise Bank. An
entire new stock of Goods will be placed in this store and
an up-to-date model
will bc installed. Every one will be cordially wel
comed on thc opening day and souvenirs will be
^ Norman Drug Company. ^
We are offering low prices on the
WINDOWS, PAINTS and OILS,
BEAVER BOARD, RnrrtGQ
LUMP LIME, BUOLri?^
HYDRATED LIME, HARNESS,
CEMENT, LAP ROBES,
RED CEDAR SHINGLES, FIELD FENCING
FELT ROOFING, rwNUNi?,
VALLEY TIN and DRAG HARROWS
RIDGE ROLL, and TURN PLOWS.
One lot Galvanized Roofing to arrive at special price.
Sec me when ready for any of thc above,
R. K. NIMMONS,
SENECA, S. C.
-T. W. Bellotte and family, of1
near Fairview, have moved to Sen
eca to make their home in the fu
-We have Just opened our new
fall caps. They are beauties--$l.uO
and $1.50. C. W. & J. E. Bnuk
night, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
-Miss Lura Simpson und brother,
Carl, spent last week visiting rela
tives ai d friends near Walhalla, re
turning to their home at Iva, Ander
son county, Sunday afternoon.
-It is earnestly hoped that every
member of the First Baptist church J
will make a special effort to attend
tho prayer meeting sorvlce thia ( Wed
nesday) evening at 8 o'clock. . You
are needed. Will you not tako the
trouble lo attend?
- Mrs. C. (?. Ja ynes went to At
lanta hist Thursday to remain Inde
nt tely for medical treatment] She
has not been strong for some months
and lt. ls hoped that the close atten
tion of a specialist, with completo
rest and change, will restore her to
her usual health. Mr. J ay nea spent
Sunday in Atlanta with her.
-We are requested io announce
that there will be an ice cream sup
per at Rocky Knoll next Saturday
evening, Sept. 24th, from 4 until ! 0
o'clock. Ice cream and cake and
other refreshments will bo served in
the grove. The public ls cordially in
vited lo attend and enjoy tho even
ing. Tho proceeds will go toward de
fraying incidental church expenses.
-Gasoline, 2'2c. gallon; Rolarme
motor oil. (?.""ic. gallon. (60c. In Ovo
gallon lots). Kerosene oil, 15c. gal
lon. J. il. Alley. West Union. S. C.
adv.-:'.S- I 1.
C. F. Oxford, of Atlanta, arrived
in Walhalla last Saturday, surprising
his friend. Henry I!. Othersen with
a pleasant visit, spending Sunday
here. Mr. Oxford and Mr. Other son
were in the arm\ together, both be
ing in Ibo bakers' division. Mr. Ox
ford during his brief visit mad" a
number of trends boro who will bo
glad to meet him again.
-Wo aro requested to announce
that the Neville School Improvement!
Association will meet at Hie Neville
school house on Friday next at S p.
rn, Supt. of Education L. C. Spearca
will address the association on this
occasion. Tho members are urged to
attend in full force, and the patrons
are cordially invited. It ls hoped that
this meeting will be largely attended
and it promises to be a most Inter
- For Sale-One new Ford truck,
willi Goodyear pneumatic tires; also
one six-cylinder Buick five-passenger
car. practically good as new. All at
a bargain. Will sell for ooah or good
note. W. S. Brock, Seneca, S. C.
-Jesse C. Neville is having erect
ed on the lot adjoining his home
place on Faculty Hill a neat and
comfortable five-room cottage. As
soon as this cottage has been com
pleted ho will begin the erection of
another on tho lot adjoining, This
will prove a decided addition "to Fac
ulty Hill, and will, In conneofloii.wlth
other houses erected and in contem
plation, materially assist in solving
the housing problem that has con
fronted Walhalla for tho past two
- Wt are indebted to otu* good
friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. T. Loo
ney, of Walhalla Route 1. for a treat
in the shape of three dozen large,
line pears. Incidentally Mr. Looney
sent us a sample of his velvet beans,
die three bunches sent us weighing
two and a half pounds. Mr. Looney
has a lino crop of velvets, on a small
scale. IR? is highly pleased with his
prospects for harvest and is enthusi
astic in bis belief in velvets as a soil
-We are selling all auto parts 20
per cent below list. We will make it
interesting to you if you will see us
for auto parts and tires. J. II. Alley,
West Union, S. C.-adv.-38-41.
On Sept. Otb the death angel
entered the homo ol' Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Kelley and claimed the spirit of
little Eunice Elizabeth, their nino
inonths-old daughter. Funeral ser
vices wore held the day following
and (lie body was laid to rest. In tho
Neville cemetery. The many friends
of Mr. and Mrs. Kelley extend to
them their sympathy in this hour of
sorrow. "The Lord giveth and thc
Lord taketh away; blessed bo the
nanto of the Lord."
Another Confed?rale vetean
bas crossed (ho river to rest under
the shade ol' the tr eos, N. J. Gum
brell died at o'clock on Sunday
afternoon, Sept. Nth. at his home
in the Oak way section. Mr. Gumbrell
was born ir Brushy Creek township,
Anderson county, April 10th, ISL"?,
where he spent his young manhood.
He moved to Oconec in 1893, and
bad resided hero continuously since.
Ho was married lo Miss Julia Mer
ritt on Oct .2d, ISt?ti, his wife surviv
ing him. To this union ton children
were born, seven of whom aro still
living- T. E. Gumbrell, of Oak way;
A. N. Gambroll, of Demorest, Ga.!
ll. o. and W. C, Gambroll and Mrs.
W. B. Edwards, of Seneca Route 4;
Rat il. Gumbrell, Westminster Rt.
One brother and one sister also sur
vive, theso being .laen?* Gambroll, of
Texas, and Mrs. o Roark, of
Easloy. Mr. Gambroll united with
tho Methodist church in early man
hood and lived a consistent member
of that church until his death. Ile
was also a gallant Confederate mol
dier, having been in service in Hood's
Army, ?md participated, among other
engagements, in tho Rattle of At
lanta. As a Christian, as citizen and
as ii man he was known by many,
and respected and highly esteemed
by all who know him. Straightfor
ward, honest, honorablo in nil his
dealings and relations he was one of
those whom tho reference "A gentle
man of the old school." lilted .admir
ably. In his death Coonee has lost
an honored and valuable citizen, and
The Courier joins with hosts of other
friends of tho family in extending
sympathy in their sorrow. His body
was laid to rest in (he cemetery of
the Methodist church ?it Oak way on
Monday. Sept. 12th, in ihe presence
of a large concourse of people who
had assembled lo pay the last sad
tribute to the deceased.
-Seed oats and rye. J. H. Alley,
West Union, S. C.-38-41.
- Miles Gason left last week for
Greenwood, where he is taking a
course in book-keeping and banking
at tho Greenwood Business College.
-V. L. Norman, of ConcordfN. C.,
is spending this week, ts part of his
vacation, with Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Norman, of Walhalla, and al Jocas
-The Ladles' Aid Society of St.
John's Lutheran church will meet
on Wednesday afternoon (to-day) at
I o'"lock at the home of Mrs. Wm. A.
-There will be services at St.
John's Episcopal church, Walhalla,
next Sunday morning, Sept 2f>th. The
public ls cordially invited to ut tend
this and all other services at the
- Big assortment crockery, glnss
and enamel at Norman's Dry Goods
-T. M. Elrod, secretary, requests
us to state lo those interested that
the minutes of the Beaverdam Bap
tist Association aro now ready for
distribution. All churches that have
not already received minutes are re
quested to communicate with Mr. El
rod for information. Ills address is
Seneca, S. C., Boute I,
-Let every Baptist attend service
at tho First Baptist church. Walhalla,
next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
and enjoy a now entertainment to be
given by Ibo Sunday school. There
will be something new in the way of
entertainment as well as something
interesting. All are invited, but let
every Baptist in town come and see
what workers can do.
-The regular communion service
will be held in St. John's Lutheran
church next Sunday morning instead
of the lirsl Sunday in October. The
chango is necessary on account of
thc meeting of the Piedmont Con
ference at (?reen wood on the lirsl
Sunday. All members should bo pres
ent at this communion, the last be
fore the meeting of Synod, which will
meet at Leesville early in November.
- Just received I.OOO one-gallon
syrup cans-l2V6c. each. C. W. ft
J. 10. Hauknight. Walhalla. S.C.-adv
- There are many in this section
who will be interested to learn of
the reient marriage of Miss Lillian
Kelley, ol' Tamassee, and F. C. Whit
man, of Newark, N. J., the marriage
having taken place on Wednesday,
Sept. 14th, at Chautauqua. N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitman traveled by
auto to South Carolina and spent
last Sunday at the home of Mrs.
Whitman's father, T. M. Kelley, at
Tamassee. Their arrival was the oc
casion of a most pleasant surprise lo
both relatives and friends.
-As a result of a competitive civil
service examination held in Walhalla
last February, Hiram M. DuPro (Ma
son DuPre) bas been appointed rural
mail carrier for Route No. 2, Wal
halla, effective Oct. 1st next. Mr
Du Pre scored highest on the exami
nation referred to. He will succeed
Kenneth W. Deacon, who has served
the patrons of this route so faithfull;
for the past eighteen months. Mr
Denton was the sub-carrier for tilt
route, but carried tho mail regular)}
after the resignation of J. H. Ernest
regular carrier on Route 2.
- Another new lot of dry goods
and pretty millinery arrived at Nor
man's Dry Goods Store.-adv.
-Tho first mooting of the yeal
of the D. A. R. Chapter was Judd witi
Miss Sallie Stribling on Sept. ('.th
Roll-call was answered by names ol
national officers. Much business wat
dispatched, after which the follow
ing interesting program was carriel
out: Reading, D. A. R. Notes, Mrs
W. D. Moss: reading. I). A. R. Mag
ax.ine, Mrs. Wade Milam. Miss Fran
ces Earle then gave her report fron
Congress, which was very Interest i ii f
and full. At the conclusion of a vic
trola selection, Miss Stribling, assist
ed by Mrs. W. L. Vernor, served i
delicious frozen sweet course.
!-Mrs. S. N. Pitchford reinrne<
last week from Greenville, when
she had spent two weeks willi he
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Stun C. Pitch
ford, who was in a hospital on ac
count of threatened blood polsonlnj
as a result of mosquito bites. For ?
time it was feared thal it would b
necessary to amputate one leg, bu
this was filially found to be unneces
sary by reason of getting the poisoi
eliminated from the wound by th
removal of considerable portions o
flesh from the wounds. Mrs. Pitch
ford is now well on the way to rr
covery, and her many friends wi!
learn of this fact with delight.
.?-Mrs. Caroline Stock has been i
for the past two weeks at the hom
of her daughter. Miss Kale Steel
her illness being due largely to th
infirmities of age. We are glad t
say that she is now much improve
and able io be up and about th
home. Mrs. Steck recently sustainc
a great sorrw in the loss, by doa tl
of ber only sister. Miss Martha Gai
vcr, of Hamilton, Ohio, who passe
away in her eighty-seventh year. Mr
Steck is in her eighty-ninth yea
Neither sister had ever any seriou
illness, and both continued activ
and useful till well past four-scon
devoted to home and loved ones.
- AU makes standard sowing mt
chino needles nt Moss cfc Ansel's,Wit
-There are many in Walhalla an
Oconoe who will be interested in Di
reading of tho following invitation
"Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rivers Maxwe
request the honor of your present
at the marriage of their dnughte
Virginia Somers, to Mr. Andrew Ai
ger .Manning on Tuesday afternooi
the 4th of October, ifr 6 o'clocl
Mimosa, Tryon, North Carolina." M
Manning is quite well and favo?fibl
known to the people of Oconoe. li
having nt ono time been connecte
with the legal department of th
Federal Forestry Service with bea!
quarters in Walhalla. His numeroi
friends in this section will Join wit
Tho Courier In extending, in advanc
of tho happy event, sincere eongrati
bilious to tho groom, .'ind all goo
wishes to tho bride-lo-be. Mr. Mai
ning is a nephew of I0x-Covernor I
(Other Local Items on 1th Page.)
A repair j ob done
with "our own ' * famous
^TiE WOOD ETERNAL"
is done for keeps. No more
replacement in that spot, any
how! Better yet to build all of
Cypress at first, as the best
posted people usually do. Then
you'll "stop repair costs before
they happen." The South is
proud of its own "\tybod Eternal"
because it knows it so well.
Write us for list of FREE PLANS for farm buildings.
Southern Cypress Mfrs.'Assn.
2(10 Graham lliiildiug,
JACKSON Vllil/li, - FLORIDA,
YOUR LOCAL DEALER WILL SUPPLY YOU. IF HE
HASN'T ENOUGH CYPRESS LET US KNOW A TONCE.
IntUt on " Tide
-yon cnn identify
it by this mnrh.
% immm --=- %}&?*
Prepare now against the BOLL WE
EVIL. Plow your land deep and
Sow Oats, Ryet Etc.
Our stock of Chattanooga and Oliver Turn
ing Plows and Repairs is complete.
We also have a nice lot of Seed Rye and
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
Just received a solid carload of
Sash and Doors.
These were boughton latest market,and
wu are in position to name you much
less price than you have been buying at.
FULL STOCK OF
Corrugated and V Crim Roofing, Etc.
Cane Mills and Evaporators, Galvanized and
Copper Evaporator Sheets.
Mowing Machines and Repairs.
Better not put off your needs in the above
Ballenger Mw. ana FID. CO.,
Seneca. 5?. C.
We will move our business after Sept, J5th, to room
now occupied by Thc Bec Hive, in the