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^Norman Drag Store.
A PULL LINE STAPLE, DRUGS,
MEDICINES, STOCK AND POUL
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WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY GIFTS,
toft. VISIT OUR STORE. "TBtfc
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CIVIL SERVICE Examinations No.
vomber. Positions $1,400 to $1,000.
Age, IS upward. Experience unnec
. isary. For free particulars, instruc
tion, "write J. LEONARD, (former
Civil Service Examiner,) (il 4 Equita
ble Bldg., Washington, I). C. 43-IC*
SHOTES FOU SALE at 1 (t ce.its
per pound. ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
DIVISION, Clemson Collego. 42-14
FOR SALE-A C.ood Work Mulo;
weight, 11*00 pounds. Seo W. L.
VERNER, Walhalla, S. C. 39-tf
FOR SALE-COAL-Delivered for
? 10.00 a ton, cash. II ETUI CK 110S
1ERY MILL, Walhalla, S.C._32-tf
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R, E. BHUCE, Pick
ens, S. C. 26-tf
WANTED-All your Beef Hides.
As tho markot Is some higher, can
pay you moro. It. D. OELKEUS, West
End, Walhalla, S. C._
FOR SALE-At a Bargain-One
Six-room House; oloctrlc lights; nico
largo lot; good location. J. H. AL
LEY, West Union, S. C. _4 2-45
IX)K SALE-1916 Model Ford
Roadster, at a bargain; in good con
dition. Apply to R. D. OELKEUS,
Walhalla, S. C._40-tf
CASH for your Old Cars. Used
parts for all makes of cars at bar
gain pircos. COLUMBIA VULCAN
IZING AND TRUCK CO., Columbia,
FOR SALE - Ono Horso, 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
CIVIL SERVICE Examinations No
vemher. Positions $1,400 to $1,000.
Age, is upward. Experience unnec
essary, For free particulars, instruc
tion,'write J, LEONARD, (former
Civil Service Examiner,) 51.4 Equita
ble Bldg., Washington, 1). C. 43-46*
WANTED-A Teacher for Neville
School, District No. 25. Must have a
First Grade Certificate, and would
liko lo get Teacher with al leasi :!
years' experience. For particulars as
to salary, ole, apply to T. A. KEA
TON. Walhalla. S. C., Ut. I. 43-4
FOR RENT, 11)22-I will rent or
sell the W. W. Hunuicutl Homestead,
of 100 acres, on Little River; lino
throe-horse Farm and good build
ings. Will rent cheap. Write or see
MRS. V. KYLE HENDRIX, Ander
son, S. C., care Dr. S. G. Bruce. 4 2-tf
WE HAVE OPENED up a First
class Meat Market in roar of Bisch
off's Store, and will buy Chickens,
Eggs and Hides. Will pay top prices.
There will he an Expert Meat Cutter
behind tho block. We will appreci
ate your trade. MCCALL & ALEX
ANDER, Walhalla, S. C. 41-44*
PHOTOGRAPHY and Enlarging
We have rented Miss Carver's Photo
graph Gallery at Seneca and have
taken over tho business, with good
will. Prepared to do First-class Pho
tography and Enlarging, will bo
glad to have all Oconee friends desir
ing Photograph Work done call on
us. All work guaranteed. Prices roa
sonable. W. B. EDWARDS &
DAUGHTER. Seneca. S. C. 43-4 1*
HT. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldiu Street. Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EA CH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . . 9."o a. m.
Mass and Serm?n.10.Ou a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackin,
P. O. Box 82, Anderson, S. C.
West Points Seal
select-the best O:
Comes to yon fresl
ONE PINT AND (
Phone 28- IT'S YOU
Dry Goods and Millinery,
New arrivals all late patterns.
-Pretty line all kinds
DRY GOODS, N0TI0N8, CLOTHING,
SHOES, CROCKERY, GLASS,
ENAMEL, ALUMINUM, TIN.
RUGS AND FLOOR COVERING.
Norman's Dry Goods Store,
P. E. HARRISON, Manager,
VOll KAUO-Good Milk Cow with
young calf. MRS. M. E. HAMMOND,
Somma, S. C., Rt 1. 4 4 tt_
KOK SAM?:-Two good Grade Jer
sey Milk Cows; ono fresh soon. For
price see L. T. DELL, West Union, S.
C., Rt. 1. , 44*
FOR SA I JK-One Practically New
Shingle Mill, with ?IC-ln. bolting Saw
and Shingle Saw. $125.00. BAL
LENG ER HOW. & FURNITURE CO.,
Seneca, S. C. 4 4-tf
FOR SALE-Mouse and Lot In
town of Walhalla, on northeasi cor
ner of College and Ervin streets, lins
six rooms; lot contains ono acre. For
particulars see W. C. HUGHS. ? t-if
V O lt R E X T-Two-Horse Crop
near Pleasant Hill Church. Also, two
other Small Farms for rent. See D.
T. WHITE, near Oak Grove School.
WANTED-Girls, Young Wo nen,
for clean, wholesome employment;
wages good; working conditions ex
cellent. Apply at office HETRlCtC
HOSIERY MI LL, Walhalla, S.O. 13-tf
FOR SALE-Fine Duroc .Ie;-soy
Pigs, ready for delivery in two weeks.
Can get registration papers if de
sired. Address R. A. CRAIG, Salem,
S. C. (Farm near High Falls.) 43-4*
LOST - On Tuesday, Nov. 1, be
tween Salem and Walhalla, one live
gallon oil can. Finder return to IS
5 AQU ENA FILLING STATION, Wal
halla, West Union Oil Mill, or P. L.
Green, Salem, and receive reward. *
WANTED-Three Men with Fam-J
Hies to work on orchards. House,
truck patches and wood furnished;
regular work; regular pay. Write .1.
L, DEAL or OOZIER ORCHARD Co.,
Clayton, Ga._ 4 3-4 0*
FOR SALE - Household and Kit
chen Furniture, several good Hogs,
two One-horse Wagons, one good
Ruggy, wagon and buggy Harnoss.
At pullc sale, at my home near Sa
lem on SATURDAY, Nov. 12, 1921,
at 11 o'clock A. M. All articles will
go to tho highest bidder. SAM
i STEWART. 44-45*
v? LOCAL AND PERSONAL. *
-Shoes, hats and caps. J. II. Al
ley, West Union. S. C.-adv.-4 2-1 5,
- Dr. .1. W. Hell spent last week in
Columbia ?ind attended the funeral
of his brother-in-law, D. G. McAlis
- Miss Minnie Spearman, of Iva.
Anderson county, is spending a while
with lier sister-in-law, Mrs. Karie
Simpson, near Walhalla.
. -Mr. stud Mrs. .lames Wilson. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Norman, Mrs. .lack
Darby and Miss Caroline Darby spent
several day? in Atlanta last week.
- One good farm truck for sale.
Would trade for small farm near
Walhalla. Answer "Courier," care of
Rox 2 0 2, I*. (). adv.-4 1-17
-Miss .lanie Harrison, of Green
ville, spent tho past week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. l?\ 1?:. Har
rison, and among her many friends.
-Tho Rook Club was pleasantly
entertained at a Hallowe'en party on
Tuesday by Mrs. Henry Hughs. The
next meeting will be with Miss Eloise
- Recently we made mention of
large' sweet potatoes raised by Wal
ter Addis. We were mistaken in tho
name ol' the party who raised the po
tatoes, the correct name hoing War
- We tue requested to announce
thai there will he communion ser
vices at. Rocky Knoll next Sunday,
Nov. Otb, at 1 I o'clock. Sunday
school at 10 o'clock. Kveryhody cor
dially invited to these services.
?-Hay, oats and flour, dairy feed,
etc. .1. li. Alley, West Union, S.. C.
- adv.-12- l.r).
Rev. i?:. p. Taylor left yesterday
for Lancaster to attend the lipper
Annual Conference of the Methodist
church. Kev. Taylor has served the
Walhalla charge for four years, and
will, therefore, be transferred to an
other field of labor. He and his good
family will be greatly missed from
our midst, and the host wishes of our
people will accompany them wherever
their lot mav be cast.
- A'ni pt Tins, extra
rster we can buy.
A from the Oyster
jNE QUART TINS.
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--For .Sale--High class h ?Ird and
soft brick. Arthur Brown, Walhalla.
S. C.-adv.-43-tf. ' j '
-Mr. and Mrs.. J. SteYe Smith an-1
nounce the engagement of their'
daughter, Bessie Belle, - to Roger
Chamblee, the marriage to take place
on Nov. 30th. ' i
-Rb'ert S. Thompson/of Andor-I
son, spent several days last week ia
and near Walhalla visiting his sister,
Miss lindie Thompson, on Route 2,
and among his many friends In town.
-We aro requested to announce
that the Neville school opened Mon
day morning, Oct. 31, and that tho ?
compulsory attendance laws become
effective Nov. 14th, 1921. AH the
parents are urged to see that their
children are present every day. I
-Tho following special features
give promise of making -tf?e sePvh'tf
next Sunday night at the First Bap
tist church Interesting, inspiring and
helpful: Congregational singing; a
solo hy William B. Boll; echo sing
ing (solo, duet and quartet; quar
tet. Sermon, subject: "The Moment
After Death " The publio is cordtnlly
invited to attend this service, which
will begin promptly at 7.15 o'clock.
-On tho morning of Oct. 4th the!
death angel entered tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. John C. Moss and took from
thom their darling baby, Fairy Lil
lian. Little Lillian was but seven
months and 19 days old, yet her win
ning ways made all love her who
knew her. On Oct. 5th the little body
was tenderly laid to rest in the Lu
theran churchyard, after funeral ser
vices conducted hy Pastor W. B. Aull.
The bereaved ones have the sympa
thy of many friends tn their sorrow.
-Sam ("Browne") Todd, of the
army recruiting service, was In Wal
halla for a short while, spending last
Sunday and Monday hero among rel
atives and friends. Sam is looking
remarkably well, and army life, par
ticularly in peace times, agrees with
him, though he confessed that tho
service during tho war was "some
thing else." Sam has been located
at Oglethorpe since last March, hav
ing been transferred there from the
Meridian (Miss.) recruiting station,
where he had been for several yeais.
-There will be services at St.
John's Episcopal church on next Sun
day evening, Nov.6th, al 7.30 o'clock.
.Rev. George E. Zachary, of Clemson
Col! ego, will conduct the service and
will supply St. John's church for the
present. The public is cordially in
vited to attend all services at the
Episcopal church. On Tuesdnv, Nov.
8th, at 7.30 p. m., Mr. Zachary will
speak to the members of the church
on the nation-wide campaign. All the
members of the church are urged to
make an effort to hear Mr. Zachary
on this occasion.
-Tho two-year-old child of Mr.
and Mrs.Julius Thrasher was Instant
ly killed at Westminster last Friday
afternoon by southbound passenger
train No. 16, which passes Westmin
ster at 4.51. Mr. Thrasher lives some
two miles from Westminster, near
the railroad, and the child, attempt
ing to cross the track, stumbled and
fell. Tho oncoming train v^a? too
close to be brought to a stop before
the fatal accident could be avoided.
There aro many In our section who
will Join with us in extending to the
bereaved ones sympathy in their sor
-Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Sloan, Miss
Claire Sloan and Nell Roe Sloan, Mr.
and Mrs. Baylis W. Harrison, of Wal
halla, were In Pendleton the latter
part of last week to attend tho Sloan
Richardson wedding, which was sol
emnized Thursday afternoon. The
bride. Miss Margaret Sloan, ls a sis
ter of Mrs. B. W. Harrison, the groom
residing in Charleston, though a na
tive of Virginia. Dr. and Mrs. Rich
ardson have the good wishes of many
friends In this section. Mrs. Richard
son is pleasantly known here, having
visited among relatives here on ntl
-The first o'f the Paramount pic
tures to be shown at The Star Thea
tre, Walhalla, will feature Bryanl
Washburn in "A Full House?" which
will be screened here Thursday (to
morrow.) matinee and night. Pa
trons of the silent drama are too well
acquainted with Bryant Washburn tc
need any Introduction to him. Tho.sc
who have never seen him on the
screen will do well tr take advantage
of this opportunity, lt is only neces
sary lo announce a Bryant Washburr
picture to be assured of a good even
lug's entertainment. Manager Wil
son has a number of good picture!
booked for showing at his theatre
Watch for them.
-There aro many who will bo in
tores'.ed in learning that Mr. and Mrs
W. M. Fennell are now located or
Rouie Xo. 2, Concord Depot, Va., li
miles east of Lynchburg, whore thoj
will bo Indefinitely, Mr. Fennell hav
lng accepted a very tempting positioi
as overseer of a large farm of a dom
onstrntive nature. His work will ht
largely In the nat.ire of landscape
gardening for the present. Mr. an'
Mrs. Fennell have been residing ii
this State for some time past, wit!
'oadquarters at Blacksburg, thougl
Mr. Fennell never entirely gave ui
his surveying work in this section
They have many friends who will joh
with us in wishing them every sue
cess in their new home.
- Mrs. Josephine Fowler died a
her homo In the Fairview soellon las
Saturday. Oct. 29th. She had been .*
sufferer for several months, and fo
the past two months was confined t<
h M! constantly. Her maiden nairn
iss Mary Josephine Gulden. Sh,
was born in Cherokee county, Ala
bama, on Jan. 28, 1851. Sho wa:
nearing her 71st birthday. Mrs. Fow
lor was a devout Christian, and wa:
a member of the Baptist church. Sin
was a great factor for good In ho
com m un tty, always ministering !(
tho ones in sickness or trouble. Ho
husband. Geo. \v.. Fowler, precede*
hor to tho grave somo eight year
ago. The nearest relative living i
a sister. Miss Maggie Gulden, win
made her home with the deceased
Funeral services were conducted b;
Rev. I). T. Hayes at Fairview Sunda;
afternoon. The bereaved sister ha
tho sympathy of many friends in he
hour of sorrow. May the blessings c
heaven rest upon her in her sore af
-The 43 Club enjoyed a Hallow
e'en party with Mrs. James Darby re
-Mrs. W. W. Daniel ls visiting at
the homo of her brother, Rev. W. B.
Aull. She will return to her home in
Wilmington, N. C., after her visit to
-'Mrs/ S. M. Dodd, of Newberry,
is spending several weeks in Walhalla
at the homo of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Whit Grant. Before returning
home Mrs. Dodd will visit friend^ in
Westminster and other points in Oco
- Married, at the home of the offi
ciating minister, Rev. M. J. Stansoll,
on Sunday, Oct. ?IO, at 'i p. m., Miss
Minnie Chandler and Jamos Shook,
both of Walhalla. The young couple
have tho good wishes of a host of
frionds hore and elsewhere.
-Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Medlin, of
Avalon, Ga., were visitors in this
section for several days last woek.
They have numerous friends in Oco
nee who were Riad to see them again.
They resided near Walhalla for quite
a long time, .Mr. Medlin hoing en
gaged in farming.
- Repairs to tho machinery and
building of tho Walhalla gin plant, a
branch of the Oconee Oil and Fertil
izer Co., which was slightly damaged
by lire on the afternoon of Oct. 24,
luive been completed, and ginning
will be resumed to-morrow (Thurs
-There will be services at the Sev
enth Day Adventist church. West
Union, next Sunday, Nov. 7th at S
p. m. The older ill charge of the ser
vice will speak on "Tho Cleansing of
tho Sanctuary. Cordial invitation to
all. Hiing your friends. Any Bible
questions gladly answered.
-A regular meeting of the Mayne
Circle was held with Mrs. Claude
Reid last Friday afternoon. Several
interesting papers on "Railroads"
were given by Mrs. Dell, Mrs. W. C.
Hughs and Miss Daisy Strong. An
elaborate sweet course was served by
the hostess, assisted by Mrs. H. R.
Hughs ?ind Miss Claudia May Reid.
- Rcv.W.B. Aull and Robert Kei
lor are attending the South Carolina
Lutheran Synod at Leesville this
week, having left las? Monday. They
will return to Walhalla the latter part
of this week. (Ry reason of a misun
derstanding of the date of meeting
of Synod, we erroneously reported
Rev. Aull in attendance last week.)
- Nathan McKinney, of Highlands,
NT. C., was a visitor to The Courier
olTlce for a short while last Wednes
day afternoon. He is always welcome
In our office and has paid us numer
ous brief visits, though they are al
ways far apart. He stated that The
Courier was the first paper he ever
saw. and that it has been angularly
in his father's and his families since
he can remember.
Every patron of the Walhalla
Graded School is expected to be at
the school auditorium next Friday
afternoon, Nov. 4th, nt 3 o'clock, for
the purpose of organizing a 'Parent
"'N'ichers' Association in our commu
nity. The teachers want it, the par
ents need it, the children cry for It,
so.let every one come out, anl lot us
have a good,enthusiastic school meet
ing. If you have any stones to throw
tiing 'em at the neighbor's dog be
fore you start to tho meeting, but
you aro expected to come with ideas
and suggestions. The school has been
running long enough now for tho
teachers Lo have something to tell
the pare?is.and "vice versa tho
other way." So if you haven't an idea
or a suggosiion of your own, borrow
a good one from some one and bring
W IOS TM INSTEH, S. C.
THURSDAY, NOV. 3d.
"AN OLD-FASH ION ICD HOY,"
Featuring Charles Ray.
IT'S A CHARLES RAY COMEDY.
FRIDAY, NOV. 1th.
"THE SINS Ol-1 ROSANNE,"
Featuring Ethel Clayton and
SATURDAY, NOV. 5th.
FEATURING HOOT GIRSOX.
"THIRD-CLASS MA LIO,"
STA R COMEDY and
INT H1IN A TIO NA 1i X K WS.
MONDAY, NOV. 7th.
WILLIAM S. HART
In "TH Vi TESTING BLOCK."
"It's ll Ited-llot Western Draina.''
TUESDAY, NOV. ?th.
- in -
"THF MAGNIFICENT BRUTE,"
A Vivid Story of Man's Bravery and
Woman's Devotion of the
Rig North Woods.
ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW.
? kt AUf Or it
I am prepared to meet all
calls for Public Service Car at
any time, day or night. Sec
mc at L. Fayonsky's Store if
you want a quick, safe trip
anywhere, near or for long
?'At Your Service"
Walhalla, S. C.
..MT wwo KOOK* /uCTVJur mm IMAM manam ow ornutsa Atm Brno* rom mn.'
For true economy, first
as well as 46last," simply stick
to 64our own" world famous
^THE WOOD ETERNAL"
You'll save money by averting
annoying repair bills, and you'll
save time and labor by not having to do
your work over and over again. Then,
if you "Buy the Grade That Fits the
Job," you will make still another real
saving. It's worth while. Why pay for a
higher grade than the work needs?
Your nearest lumber dealer will advise
you honestly. So will we.
Write us for list of FREE PLANS for farm buildings.
Southern Cypress Mfrs.'Assn.
?2U0 (?ralmm Building,
JACKSONVILLE), - FLORIDA.
YOUR LOCAL DUALER WILL SUPPLY YOU. IF HE
HASN'T IC NO UCl I CYPRESS LET US KNOW A T ONCE.
Inti.t on " Ti<lo
- jroucan identify
it by thia marie.
OUR STOCK OF
Crossctt Shoes for Men?
Menz-Ease Shoes for Men?
Utz & Dunn Shoes for Women.
Godman Shoes for Women.
Double Strength Shoes for Children.
Godman Shoes for Children.
THE PRICE IS RIGHT.
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
Windows and Doors
Brick, Lime and Cement
COOP LINE OF PAINTS.
Whitmire-Marett Hdw Co.
Westminster.- Hardware Headquarters -Walhalla.
Farming: Under Boll Weevil
Tho Mexican Ito)] Weevil lias
invaded our County and has estab
lished a homo for himself on nearly
every farm,where, if not. destroyed,
ho will pass the winier safely, and
will he ready early next, spring to
multiply and destroy all the yoting
cotton squares as fast as they aro
grown. If we maintain our credit
nuil present prosperity, conditions
demand that, we change our present
farming methods at once.
A careful study of the habits of
the Holl Weevil Will show that he
moves onco a yo.ar, and that ls in
August. Now, if we will clean up
our fields early this fall hy chop,
ping and turning under all cotton
stalks and huming off all terraces,
ditch hanks and oilier places where
tile Weevil 1ms hiberna tel for tho
winter, we can kill the Weevils out
and leave our Heids free from the
pest, and then, by the uso of pro
per farming methods, a good crop
of grown liol ls can tu? produced
before the Weevil commences his
annual movement in August.
As a safe program for farming
next year to combat, the Weevil we
would suggest 20 acres to the
plow, planted as follows:
Six acres to cotton, followed by
small grain in the fall.
Six acres to corn, with velvet
beaus ami peas planted in corn.
Six acres to small grain-two
acres each to wheat, oats and rye.
Two acres to truck crops, con
sisting of Irish potatoes, syrup
cane, sweet potatoes, melons and
Prepare the ground well, plant,
early, using an early-maturing va
riety of cotton; fertilize Homily
and cultivate Intensively.
Bank of Walhalla. Enterprise Bank,
Walhalla, S. C. . Walhalla, S. C.
The Bank of West Uni?n.
West Union, S. C, %