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"TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FALLOW AS THE MCHffi
By Steck, Shclur HugliM & Shclor.
WALHALLA, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNj
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Ties and Hai
in Christm
We hav?e a nie
and Handkerchi
mas Boxes. Ali
serviceable thi
Christmas Prese
WALHAiL
IT PAYS TO BU
NOTIOI? OF REUISKItATION. j
Tho Books of Registration for the ?
registration of electors for the regu-j
lar election.for Mayor ama Six Alder- ?i
men for the Town of '?Walhalla,which .
election will be hold on Tuesday, the fi
3d day o"f January, IS22, will be j?
opened at :the office ol S. N. Pitch-j ,
ford, Municipal Supervisor of Regis- ffi
tratlon, on MONDAY, the 21st day j
of November, 1921, and will be kept
open continuously untR WEDNES
DAY, Rte 21st day of Detember, 1921 j
W. M.;BROWN,
T. A. GRANT, Mayor.
Olerk and;Treasurer.
Nov. ?. I??21.. 46-50.
NOTICE OP -MUNICIPAI* BIJECTION
NOTICE is 'hereby given that an
Election will ht hold at the Grand
Jury Room, in the Town of Wal
halla, S. C.. for the purpose, of elect
ing a Mayor ault Six Aldermen, to
serve for a term ?of two years. Said
Election will'be held on TUESDAY,
the third day of JANUARY, 1922.
Qualifications: '.Electors must be
registered and present proof of hav
ing paid all taxes for 1921.
Polls will open at 8 o'clock A. M.
.and close at \ o'clock P. M.
Managers of Election: M. lt. Mc
Donald, W. O. White and W. J. Hum.
W. M. BROWN; Mayor
T. A. GRANT. Clerk and Treas.
Dec. 14, 192V. a0-r?2
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
'NOTICE ls h eneby given that -any
trespassing on mylands, or any lands
under my control, is here'oy positive
ly forbidden, under pain of the pen
alty prescribed by law for the offense
.of trespassing on {private property.
Any entry without written permis
sion from me, for any purpose what
soever-'hunting, fishing, cutting of
limber or any other ?neb offense
will bo handled legally.
W. O. WHITE.
Walhalla. S.C., Dec. 14, 1921. - 1 *
Specials for
.LADIES* and MEN'S LIN
LADIES'. MEN'S ?
BEDROOM
LADIES' KIC
MEN'S G:
AUTOMOBII
MEN'S
STUDEBALER,
ORANGES and APPLES C
RAISINS, NUTS
OBELISK FOUR F
C. W. Pii
. Walhall
idkerchiefs
as Boxes.
e line of Ties
Lefs in Christ
so, a lot of nice ;|
ng nice for
nts.
Bauknight,
LA. S. C.
W FOR CASH.
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.FOB MAYOR.
Tho many friends ?of JAMHJS M.
MOSS hereby announce illina as >a
candidate for Mayor 'Of Walhalla in
Lie Jan try, 1922, elections We re-,
spectfnlly crommend te the -voters of.
Walhalla Mr. Moss's quaaifwatio?ns '
aod fitness .'Sor the office to which tve
Dope to seeyfaini elected. 'Voters.
NOTICn TO TRESPASSERS.
.WE, the undersigned, hereby for-j
hi? any Bird.. Hunting ?on any >of tho [
lands <ivvne.il .by us or .nuder our con
tre!. Any entry is '.forbidden posl-l
tleoSt with -a the-.fut*est^e*r^tr:oTl
Hie .law. (SUpiied :
S. A. TOW,
GEORGE HEAD,
E. A. ANDERSON,
L. C. WRLSON,
H. ll. WHITEHEAD.
%. SPURLOCK,
. a. L. CROW,
a. M. BEUL,
i J. E. DEA'TON, ?-i
1 W. D. MOSS,
J.. S. BARRETT,
A Q. MANKO,
J. H. HUNWICUTT.
Dec. 14, 1921. 5 0-1*
To ."Serve Supper Dee. 17th.
The ladies of the Neville School
improvement Association will serve
supper'OB Saturday, Dec. 17th, from
(i o'clock un til 9 atnie Neville school
iiouise. If you wa nj a good supper
:all on them. The price for tl.e sup
per, with dessert, Will he 35 cents,
or 25 .cents without .dessert. Don't
forgo! th? date-next Saturday, tho
17th, ?at C sf. m. till 9 p. m. Come
ind take slipper with these good
ladies. The ?public is mout cordially
livited. The (proceeds will go for tSje
improvement .of the Neville chool.
Mrs. Ralph Hunt,
Mrs. Sidney Blanchett,
Miss Bessie Lee,
Commit tee.
Christmas
EN HANDKERCHIEFS,
md CHILDREN'S
SLIPPERS,
) GLOVES,
LOVES,
JE ROBES,
TIES,
Jr. WAGONS,
)F THE BEST GRADE.
J and CANDY.
OR TAE CAKE,
tchfofd,
t. M. Tribute Continues Seriously 111. 11
Young Folks Coining Home. .1 I
- oriicv-tt, Doc. 13.-Special: tiiy'i},
Cate Smith and Mrs. Luria Gaillard^
ii Walhalla, "?-?re shopping In Sen: ;
?ron recently. , '
Eugene Siucon und Retid McCary*;
SX Pendleton, were buaiuess visitors
litre last week.
Mrs. .1. U. Adams ls expected to
return to Lev home her?- Friday, aw
ter a piensas?t visit ol' ten days liv
AdnirsviRe, (ja., with her daughter,
Mrs. Prank Klug, a'ud 'Jstmilly.
.Mr. and Mrs. \Y. S. Brock had as
their gaeftte Sunday Mt. and Mrs. T.
S. Cnryton. Mr. and M iv,. Percy Cray
ton and baby, of Anderson.
M ra LA. Edwards. Mrs. John Ert-,?|
wards and Mrs. Prank Alexander*;/
formf/il :'. ecngeiii?",.' motor party on
Tnosdny. going 4? Greenville for IhOfli
th'i.v.
Mvs.'iM". R. Davre.AJttlss Sara Davie
aird .Mrs. H. p. Alexander are to go'
S\. A'Ugestine, Flu., tm spend several
wcelt s.
Miss Leona K-anumun. of Walhalla^
wat. among the ont-o'l-town shoppers
in Soitcca recently.
Thor?-' are many ;ni Seneca nnd
Onoughout the <counry who will re
gret tts/ learn fina tt.o condition Ot
.M. R. Trlbblo flous not indicate any!;
improvement. Xiv. Wibble has booni
in declining health for moro than ?.2
ineiltlia, and for ?ix ui eight month?
'hu bas been confined to) his bed most'
n&together, and seems'to grow grad*
inn Ry "weaker.
Mvh.. Cordon 'Carson -anil -'two cb.U
'flTcn, of Dolly Milli, ave expected Jto
HTi'ive Thursday nigh! to spend u)i
t?l aTbar Christmas -with Mrs. Q$r
?ftwn.'tj' BiotheT. Mrs. W.. ?S. Hunter, and
.family. ^;
; Miss Nancy Hines 7is expected to
Tetum home Irom Nev YOrk n(ixt
ivof'k. She has been talking a special
! postgraduate ?course Iti music. Saja
The December meeting of tho D.?.
r'SL Witt bo heRi next Tioesday aftejv
I noon at the home of Mira. L,.-W. Ver-1
iver. "T5ie members are Treq des ted ;td
assemble promptly at 4 ?o'clock. JB$
Miss Mario Rellotte wTTl spend tue
holiday*; at horse, after a succOssfu
tqmi in Marysville CoTiege, Mar
iVtrte, Ttfnn, , ,:, ; ,
: \ths- ,.next?4iiM^?da4M>^4ai?
girls and boys .w?R bo turning their
faoes homeward for tho ?Christmas
holidays. Among the number from
Seneca are Misset Prances Alexan
der and 3.,ela Barron, Lander Col
lege- Camille Wood, Anderson Col
lege; Alice Adams, Nina Harper and
Madalfne TJllwortlv, Grace Alexander,
Greenville ?Woman's College; Bren ice
Run, CiiicornCollege-, .Marte Bellotte,
Marysville College; Edgar Hinco, of
Porter Military Academy; Jim Shir
ley, Batley Military institute; Roder
ick Heller, John Morriu, Will Ander
son, McOarvey Cox, sloan S trialing,
Clarence Ellison and Francis Car<ry.
Clemson.
Miss Louise Dendy wril spend the
Christmas seaon at home, coming
from Dunn, N C., where she has
been teaching in tho city schools.
Miss Clyde Smith, of the Abbeville
school faculty; Miss Nell flines, a
teacher of history hi Danville, Va.,
High School; Miss Mary Hines, of
Wiuston-Snlem, N. C.. are expected
to arrive in the next few days to be
with homefolks during Christmas
holidays,
Miss Typhainc Burgess arrived on
Tuesday morning from Baltimore,
where st?e has boen for four months.
She will spend the . Christmas holi
days with her parents, Dr. and Mrs.
J. H. Burgess.
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?J. COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES. ?]?
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Coming Events.
Roll Weevil-Co-operative .Market
ing meetings wil bo hold as follows,
weather permitting:
Norton, Wednesday, Dec. l l, at
3.30 p. m.
Retreat No. 1-Thursday. Dec. 15,
nt 3.3 0 p. m.
Retreat No. 2-Thursday, Dec. 15,
nt 7 p. m.
Pair Play-Friday, Doc IC, at
3.30 p. m.
South Union-Friday, Dec. 16th,
nt 7 p. m.
Keowoe-Monday, Dec. 10th, at
;i.3 0 p. ntl.
Fairview-Monday. Dec. loth, at
7 p. in.
Pino drove-Tuesday, Dec. 20th,
lt 3. 3 0 p. m.
Earle's Grove-Tuesday, Dec. 20,
U 7 p. rn,
Ooorgo R. Rriggs,
County Agent.
-GG6 cures malarial fever.-adv.
Confederate Vets, to Meet Jan. 2.
All Confederate veterans of Oco
ice County aro called to meet nt tho
?Olirl llouso on Monday, tho 2d of
Innttary, l i?22, for the purpose of
dOCtlng tho Pension Board for 1022.
W. T. McGill, Chairman,
Oconee County Pension Board.
-OOO quickly relieves a cold.-ad
? LOCAL AND PERSONAL. .{.
|k>~_seo our Xmas boxes of soap, In
pol lock boxes that are easily worth
lie price of it all. C. W. & J. E.
j?uknlght, Walhalla.-adv.
E ^At the last meeting of Walhalla
lodge, No. G7, K. of P., ibo follow
ing officers were elected to servo foi
ble year 1922: Arthur Brown, C. C.;
Guy Cox, V. C.; J. II. Norman, Prel
lte; R. G. Macaulay, M. of W.; T. B.
Bbelor, K. of R. and S.; C. W. Pitch
ford, Jr., M. of Ex.; J. W. Sholor, M.
b? P.; J. B. Mauldin, M. at A.; Ralph
tte tr I ck, I. G.; D. B. Pitzgera Ul, O.
G. Tho new oihcers will bo installed
ft tho meeting to bo held on the 2d
Khuradny in January,. 1112 2, (the
K--The Westminster Oil and Kev
Hizer Co. will operate their gins for
Hil time until Dec. 24.--adV.-49-50.
V _jg, N. Holden, of Whetstone,
||ft at The Courier office last Thurs
Bay four line turnips, the four weigh
ing 12 VJ pounds. They are of extra
'good quality, sound and Arm, having
attained their great sizo without 1)6
fcbming pithy or strong in davor. Mr.
holden bought a 10-cent paper of
*seed, planting them in rows on about
lt fourth of an aere of good land, and
jihus already sold $2? worth of tur
nips; though the crop has not been
?iorc than half taken up. The entire
V}eid, Mr. Holden states, will over
age individual types quito as lar .je
Hfe the Tour left with us.
' '-Unill further notice we will ox
ghange one ton of 7 per cent bright
Spit ton seed meal for one ton of good.
!ry ami sound cotton sood. Westmin
ster OR aud Fertilizer Co.-adv. RI. |
jt. -.Rey, Mr i. .'StanBell reporta to us
l^hat his dog, u black and white fe
male setter pup, about ten months
(old, bit his little daughter and also
khe. son of Jos. Medlin, on Monday
aast.* Tho dog left home, and so far
KMr. Stansell has been unable to lo
bato, her. Several people have beon
tritton, as well as a number of ani
mals, in different sections nort/ of
Walhalla. Mr. Stansell brought tho
;.jtwo;?chlldren to Dr. J. J. Thode, who
itajgiving. them tho Pasteur treal
jiK?'pt. ReV. .Stansell requests that if
j^jpty {ope has seen the dog,1 repprt.Will
?;Jp^typSro?h**^^t?y . m4n-?or D r.. V ho Uov
and if tho animal is killed, bring tho
head to Dr. Thode, so that he may
ascertain whether or not tho dog wns
mad. It will be learned with no
small degree of pleasure thal the two
children bitten have shown no seri
ous symptoms at all.
-The best assortment of good
shoes to be had in tho county aro on
display nt .1. II. Alley's West Union,
S. C.-?xlv.-1 9-52.
-The following announcement of
a coming marriage, which ls taken
from tho ^Savannah Morning Nows of
the 11th, will be of interest to. many
in this State and (Jeorgla: "Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence R. VanDlviero an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Margaret Elizabeth, to Mc
Curry Neville, of Wost Union, S. C.
The wedding will take place the lat
ter part of January." Tho announce
ment comes ns no surprise to friends
in Walhalla, both Miss VanDlviero
and Mr. Neville being well known to
our people and deservedly popular.
The fact of the coining marriage has
boen an open secret for some timo,
and the announcement but brings the
approximate date of the happy event
ifearer to a certainty. Miss VanDl
viero and her mother have spent tho
summers here for several years, and
they count their warm friends by
their acquaintances. Mr. Novillo will
be the recipient of a wealth of con
gratulations.
Rub-My-Tism for rheumatism.-ad
-Tho many friends of Mrs. W. B.
Aull rtympathlze with her in her re
cent bereavement in the death of ber
father, Calvin J. Deal, who died yt
his home at Landis. Nf. C., Tuesday
of last week, Dec. Gth, after an ill
ness of two weeks. Tho immediate
cause of death was an attack of se
vero heart trouble. Mr. Deal was (57
years of age. having been born near
I'hiochville, N. C., Doc. 22, 1803. Ho
was ono of the staunch church men
sf his Siato, a man of considerable
wealth and a liberal supporter of tho
.burch and all Its Institutions. In
lis will he bequeathed to tho Lu thor
in Orphanage in Virginia tho sum of
en thousand dollars, carrying out
Hs liberal policy to the end. Mr.
Deal is survived by his wife, five sons
md ono daughter, those being Ar
hur, Silas and Rev. James Deal, all
)f Rowan, N. C.; Clarence Deal, of
detroit. Mich., and Ciando Deal, of
Charlotte, and Mrs. W. B. Aull, of
Valhalla. Ho also loaves nineteen '
fran ({children, The deceased was a
launch Lutheran and a devout and
?or.socrated Christian. "His Ufo,"
ays the Salisbury Evening Post, In
ommontlng on his death, "was ideal,
ks a citizen ho was one of those that
ompriso tho bulwark of tho cltizon
hlp of tho country. Loyal and pa
rlotlc, honost and truo, plain and
imple, but Arm and courageous In J
ll of his dealings with humanity, he
/as a man in ovory sonso of tho :
vord." Tho funeral took place on
Vodnesday of last week at Mount
lorian Lutheran church, N. C., the
il torment following in tho cemetery
?f that church. Both Rev. und Mrs. i
mil. of Walhalla, attended the fune
al and Interment, Mrs. Aull hoing
t her old homo before her fathor
It will pay you to come
value, and low prices in us
ALSO, REMEMBER TH.
IS ALWAYS A GOOD
PRICE.
Arthur
Walhall
"Oldsmobile 5
didd, having been summoned on ac
count of his sudden critical illness.
_To prevent a cold take GGG.-ad
ljocal Notes from Bounty Land.
Bounty Lund, Bec. ' ?.^f0*?*'
Mr and Mrs. Dave Stribllng, of Sen
oca, were late guests of Mr. and Mrs.
.loo N. McDonald.
Miss Julia Davis lott the latter
part of last week for Atlanta, Ga.,
where she will probably spend some
time with her aunt, Mrs. Lou Dea
Thompson, who hos been quite lil
for about two weeks.
The mauy .fylendb-pf Burns Gilli*
eon, of Clemson4, regtet to learn, of
his late Illness and hope tor his early
convalescence. ' " . ?."
Miss Lura Porrltt, Of North AUr
gusta school faculty;^B..W?^- >V?
arrive home the latter part of "t^v.
week to spend tho .Christinas holi
days with her hoittofoiks*, \ ,.\
C. , are visiting their DHl'eii'ts lion
and Mrs. E. E. Verner P'"d Mrs. julia
D. Shanklin, and will remain until
after the holiday season;
Tho W .M. S. of tho Rock Springs
church will bo entertained next Sun
day afternoon by. M rs. Keaton.
Mr. and Mrs, Barbour Shanklin, of
Anderson, wfere spen,J-Hie-day guests
of Mrs Julia D. Shanklin recently.
Miss .Sallie Davis will spond somo
time with hor uncle, \V. H. Davis,
near Seneca, during the absence of
Mrs. Davis and daughter, Miss Sara,
.vito leave in a few days for St. Aug
ustine, Fla., and other points of in
terest in thal Stale.
The nu merou* fr fends here of
Henry Davis aro delighted to know
[)f hi? return a few days ago from
'all over the West." Mr. Davis left
Lhis State about thirty yoars ago and
lias been back only once, about 21
pears ago. Wo hope for an early
visit from him, to his many friends
in our community.
J. A. Dendy and your correspond
ent motored to Cashiers Sunday for
i visit to our cousin and sister, Mrs.
VI. P. Alexander, going by way of
Highlands, N. C., and returning by
Salem. It was a most delightful trip,
egardless of the many experiences
>f prising out of the mud and hav
ng to ho pulled up a couple of tho
deep places by horses, and to walk
ibout four miles for help to saw a
gigantic spruce from across tho road,
md the numerous petty freaks all
jars aro heir to. But there is al
ways a great deal to be thankful for.
The mountain peoplo wore very kind
md willingly helped us out of trou
)lo, tho day was fair, and wo wore
n a good Ford, and so we were or
en reminded of the quotation, "From
bo day wo are born 'til we ride in
he hearse, thero's nothing so bad
hat it couldn't bo worse."
The Walhalla-Highlands road will
0 flue when finished. They have a
ood grado all tho way, and somo
xcellont work and engineering were
1 evidence.
Ho in Cal I and Temp?r?t uro.
Below ls a record of meteorological
bsorvations taken by H. W. Brandt,
j-oporative observer of the Weather
ureau of tho U. S. Department of
grlculture, during tho week ending
coomber 11, 1921, at 7 p. m., (Tho
strumental roadlugs are from gov
.nmont standard instruments ex
ceed in tho manner recommended
t the chief of the Weather Bureau):
Character of
Day.
itO
Tom po ra
ture.
xi
bD
m
ac. 5-Clear . . ,
BC. 6-Clear
BC. 7-Ptly cldy
ac. 8-Cloudy . ,
QC; 9-Clear ,.. ,
?c 1 0-Clear .. ,
BC. 11-Clear ..
Total rainfall
66
63
G G
60
?* 1
M 1
6 1
66
32
30
38
4 3
36
30
30
in and see our numerous
;cd Cars.
E NEW OLDSMOBILE
VALUE AT A LOW
Brown,
la, 5. C.
>ots the Pace."
i Let's Rpr
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WITH YOU O'
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Tho South Carolin ,
AKKOO'.
The Home De t.!
people of South Cav
leadership of Miss (L
are beginning to re,-,
operativo organizatlc;
products of many pr y*
hotter position to esta' '?,?
tain outlets for these '
aro thc individual gro",
suit wo have a Stato-v
(ion known aa tho So
Momo Producers' Assoc
organization, founded as
purpose of disposing of .
products of the farms, i.
tho samo Into cash, has tho
portunlty to succeed, as does
ganization which fills a well-,
need.
'It is a well-known fact that 01
Izations brought Into being as
result of an enthusiasm created
in appeal to prejudices or misconcet
Lions, aro not nearly so secure as one
created by a well recognized need.
Successful, co-oporativo markotlng
/entures usually como from small be
ginnings'and are tho result of a grad
tal, permanent growth.
Ethel JJ Counts,
County Home Pom. Agent.
Oconoo Cotton Statistics.
A tabulation of tho cotton ginning
eport for Oconeo county shows that
here wero 20,890 bales of cotton
inned in Oconeo, from the crop of
021, prior to Doc. 1, 1921, as com
arod with 17,757 halos ginned to
)ec. 1, 1920. John C. Sandon,
Statistician for Oconeo Co.
Singing ut Pleasant Ridge.
Tho Wagenor Township Singing
association will meet with tho Ploas
nt Ridge Daptist church on tho 3d
unday afternoon in Docombor (th<?
Sin), beginning at 2 o'clock. OffD
nrs for tho yoar 1922 will bo oloctod.
ll aro urged to be presont.
II. A. Wood, Presldont.
W. D. Browor, Secretary. ?

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