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WALHALLA, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, DKC. l i, 11)21.
.J. DID YOI KNOW?- .J
* * * * * * * * * * * * * 'I*
That the South produces.
About IOU IHM cont of the coun
try's cane sugar?
About loo per cent of the coun
About 1)2 per cent o'" the coun
try's sweet potatoes?
About 'JO lier cent of the coun
try's early spring vegetables?
About (10 per cent of tho coun
try's grain .sorghums?
About 1 ."> per cont of the coun
About 45 per cont of the coun
try's chickens and other fowls?
About :>."> per cent of the coun
try's citrus fruits?
About 33 per cent of the corni-i
About 30 per cent of the coun
About li." per cont of tho conn-"
About ton per cent of tho coun
About 100 per cent of the coun
About loo per cent of tho coun
try's fuller's earth?
About 90 per cont of the coun
About *t;t por cont of the coun
try's phosphate rock?
About HO por cont of tho coun
About BO per cont of the coun
About 45 tier cont of the coun
About 33 per cent of tho coun
About 33 per cont of the coun
try's talc and soapstone?
About 3 2 per cent of tho coun
About 2 t per cent of the coun
try's lead and zinc?
And, again, that tho South has
About 4 0 per cont of tho coun
About 3.*? per cont of tho coun
About 3 0 per cont of the coun
try's milch cows?
And of course King Cotton should
have been included in the above list,
for it is undoubtedly the greatest
financial asset which the South has
to-day, losplto the boll weevil.
Notes from Ebenezer Section,
Rbenezer. Dec. 13.-Special: We
regret to learn that A. drucke .s
quite ill. His many friends will Join
us in tho hope that he may soon bc
restored to health.
A conna? t has been let for the
erection of tx two-story brick build
ing for tho F/bonezor cirndod School.
Raymond W ard and family ur >
moving to tho Fairfield section. We
regret to lose I hose good people from
our com m u II i t y.
We also regret lo lose Murk Ow
ens and family, who lia ve moved lo
the Fairfield section. Mr. Owens and
boon ibo faithful superintendent ol
the Kbenezer Sunday school for t
number of years.
The many friends of M l\ an I
T W. Loamy regret to learn
they have been on tho sick list,
bop.' for their early recovery.
Rev. K P. .tones will hold services
a! Liberty church on Sunday, Dec. S
Public cordially invited.
Lawrence Pell and family have
moved to Florida to make I Roil
home. Wo sincerely regret their de
liar? uro. but wish them every suecos?
in their HOW homo.
J, S. ICI kill was a visitor last wook
lo Connie Maxwell Orphanage, whoa
he has several nieces and nephews.
<-Rub-.My-'l'ism, a pain killer. - ad
Meetings ut Conoross,
Conoross, Doc. 13.-Special: The
following program will be rendered
next Sunday evening at 6.30 by tho
third group of tho B. Y. P. U.:
Song-"Why Not Now?"
Song-"Lord, I'm Coming Home."
Scripture roforencos, "Uopontanco
and Faith," by the prosldont.
Song-"Cod Will Tako Care of
Introduction by tho loader.
"Repentance a Preparation for
Faith"-Mr?. Maxtor Roach.
"The Nature of Repentance,". Miss
"Repentance is Not Salvation"
Miss Lethie Marker.
"Faith the Saving Act on tho Hu
man Sido" - M. W. Alexander.
"Tho Rotation of Repentance and
Special Music-H. H. Duncan.
"What Must I Do to Mo Saved?" -
Miss Don lah Darker.
Song -"Near to Jesus."
Poem- .Miss Vera Roach.
Recitation - Miss Ollie Mello Myrd.
Song."Mother's Prayers Ilavo
The regular conference will be held
at Coneross on Saturday at 3 o'clock,
livery one Interested in tho work of
the church ls urged to bo present.
Tho Woman's Missionary Society will
meet Immediately after the confer
-To break a cold take 666.-adv
The lihdiop Went to Algiers.
A bishop was ordered by his phy
sician to spend tho winter in Algiers.
The divine said that it was i m poss i - i
ble because he had so many import
"Well, my lord." said the special
ist, "it means either Algiers or hea
ven for yon."
"Oh. in that case," replied thc good 1
biahop, "I'll go to Algiers."
Safety pins have been found In
j tombs 2 000 years old, some of the
pins hoing ton inches long.
Tho Japanese rickshaw ls said to
have been invented by a Yankee mis
Abraham Lincoln invented a de
i vice for lifting vessels over shoals,
! but it wouldn't work.
WESTMINSTER, S. C.
WEEK OF DEC. 15th to 20 th.
THURSDAY, DEC. 15.
Wm. S. HART
"CRADLE OP COURAGE."
A Paramount Picture.
FRIDAY. DEC. IO.
" LITTLE SHPPHERD OF
(From Novel by John Pox, Jr.)
SATURDAY, DEC. 17.
"STAND Ul? AND FIGHT"
"HOLD YOUR BREATH"-Comedy.
" INTERNATIONAL NEWS."
MONDAY, DEC. 19.
" BORDER LEGION "
(Novel by Zane Gray.)
TUESDAY, DEC. 20.
"THE FIGHTING LOVER."
A Universal Special Attraction.
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
ALL PERSONS are hereby notified
not t.o trespass on any of my lands
In Oconee County. S. C., without
written permission from me, by
hunting partridgos, rabbits, squir
rels, opossums or other game, or by
cutting timber for cross-ties or for
tire-wood, for the purpose of mar
keting same. All persons so tres
passing will bo prosecuted as the law
provides. WM. J. STRIPLING.
Dec. 14, 1921. 50-1
Are They Right?
lt doesn't make any difference
what kind of (?lasses you are now
wearing, or from whom you got
them. Tho thing that concerns you
is, Are they what you need? My
examination will tell, if you are
having any discomfort with your
Eyes, whether you wear Glasses
or not, it. ni ii,ht be to your inter
est to see mo
Next Monday, Dec. 19, at
Dr. Bell's Drug Store,
If (he work I have done for you
is not satisfactory, please call on
the above (late, and don't mind
(oiling your friends that
1 always docs thc right thing. So
remember the place, Dr, Dell's
: Store, and the dato-Monday, tb'*
tho DHh of December.
RUING ME YOUR EYE TROUBLE
AND BROKEN GLASSES.
Tho State or South Carolina,
County of Oconeo.-(In Court of
Probate.)-By V. P. Martin, Judge
of Probate.-Whereas, W. C. Mays
and J. S. Smith have made suit to
mo to grant them Letters of Admin
istration of the Estate of and Ef
fects of T. E. Clark, Deceased
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish ail and singular the kindred
and creditor? of the said T. E.
CLARK, Deceased, that, they be and
appear before me, in tho Court of
Probate, to be hold at Walhalla Court
House, South Carolina, on Friday,
tho 23d day of December, 1921.
after publication heroof, al 11 o'clock
in tho forenoon, to show causo, if any
they have, why tho said administra
tion should not '.e granted.
Given under my hand and seal this
7th day of December, A. D. 1921.
(Seal.) V. P. MARTIN.
Judge of Probate for Oconeo County,
Published on tho 14th and 21st
days of December, 1921, in The Koo
wec Courier, and on tho Court House
door for the timo prescribed by law.
Doc. 21, 1921. 50-51
The State of South Carolina. Conn
ty of Oconeo.- (In Court of Probate)
-By V. P. Martin, Esq., Probate
Judge.-Whereas, Mrs. Hannah San
ders has made suit to me to grant
her Letters of Administration of the
Estate of and Effects of Amos San
These are, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and Creditors of tho said Amos
Sanders, Deceased, that they bo
and appear beforo me Tn th *
Court of Probate, to be held at Wal
halla Court House, South Carolina,
on Wednesday, the 28th day of De
cember, 1921, after publication here
of, at I 1 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why
the said Administration should not
Given under my hand and seal thia
12th day of December, A. D. 1921.
(Seal.) V. F. MARTIN.
Judge of Probate for Oconee Co., S C.
Published on the 11th and 21st
days of December, 1921, InThe Keo
wee Courier, and on the Court House
door for tho time prescribed by law.
Dec. 14, 1921. 50-51
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF OCONEO
In Court of Common P
?Pursuant to decrees of th< ?'
said Court, in the cases nam
I will offer for sale, to th<
bidder, In iront ol' tho Cou ll
door, at Walhalla, South Ca din .
MONDAY, ihe 2d day of
19 22, between the legal i ra
sale, tho tracts of land t
R. R. Roach
. halla, a C
< ' : ? r, (?lain
iud 1 ix : tai
!?f Vi tu
All that certain piece, . ' ' OJ
tract of land, situate, lyinf.
lng in Tugaloo Township
and State aforesaid, contai
enty-one and three-quarter!
acres, more or less, adjoini ;
of A. Zimmerman, Pompe
Hard Blackwell and T. M
being the same convoyed to
R. R. Roach by T. M. Rushs by deed
dated August 7th, 1920.
TERMS OF SALE-CASH on day
of Sale. That in event of failure
of the purchaser, or purchasers,
to comply with the terms of
salo within flvo days from day
of sale, the Master do re-ad
vertise and re-sell said premises
on the following Salesday, or some
convenient Salesda<y thereafter, at
tho same place and on tho same
terms as heretofore set out, at tho
risk of the former purchaser, or pur
chasers, and that ho do continue so
to do until he has found a purchaser,
or purchasers, who comply with tho
terms of salo.
Purchaser to pay extra for papers
and stamp. W. O. WHITE,
MaBter for Oconee County, S. C.
'Dec. 14, 1921. 50-52
Bank of Walhalla, a Corporation
created by and existing under and
by virtue of the Laws of tho State
of South Carolina, Plaintiff,
John Carter and Jesse S. Carter and
American Wholesale Corporation,
(Baltimore Bargain House,) a cor
poration created by and existing
under the Laws of the Stale of
LOT NO. 1-All that certa pleca,
Dareel or lot of land, situate, lying
id being in the Town of Westmin
ister, of the County of Oconee, State
j of South Carolina, fronting on Main
street 50 feet and running back 158
foot, samo being in form a parallelo
gram, and on which is situate the
large two-story brick storehouse once
occupied by J. & J. ri. Carter in
their merchandise business, and be
ing the same lot of land conveyed to
tho Carter Merchandise Company by
Mrs. M. J. ('arter by deed bearing
date January 25, 1895, and recorded
in Clerk's Office, Oconeo County,
! South Carolina, on February 22,
1895, in Book lt, pago 155.
I SECOND-Farm of John Carter,
i All that certain piece, parcel or tract
of land, situate, lying and being In
! the County of Oconoo, State of South
, Carolina, near the Town of West
minster, on tho northeast side, of the
I public road leading from Wcstmi.i
1 stor to Oakway. adjoining lands of
C H. Miller, ,L 0. B. Haley and oth
1 ors, containing nineteen (Iii) acres,
?more or less, (less two and one-flf?h
(2 1-5) acres which has boon releas
ed from tho Hen of this mortgage),
'and tho same tract of land convoyed
to J. S. Carter hy W. F. Furgerson
hy deed dated Dec. 12, 1911, re
corded In Clerk's Ofhce, Oconoo
County, on February 12, 1912, in
Dook PP, page. 87, and hoing tho
West Main Street?, Seneca, South Carolina.
This is your opportunity to buy Winter Goods in
December at prices usually not made till our
February Clearance Sale.
LA RHOS' COATS that mort tho varied requirements of tho well
dressed woman. These Coats arc suitable for everyday wear
LA Ol ES' $25.00 COA TS
Mid-Winter Sale Price.
LADIES' $22.50 COATS
Mid-Winter Sale Price.
LA OIKS' $13.50 COATS
Mid-Winter Sah? Price.
ON 10 LOT of about two dozen las
Coats. Mld-Wintcr Salo Ci h e
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' ,
Children's and Misses' Coats in a
big assortment of colors and mod
els. These have boen good values
values at prices from $3.50 to
$12.50. M id-Winter Salo Price
MANES UNDERWEAR, 05c.
Men's Ribbed Shirts and Draw
ers, (lianes' inuke are the best.
M IO N'S $1 INION SPITS, 7t><\
Men's Heavy Pleeced Union
Suits-Cheap at a dollar. 7Qf?
Mld-Wintcr Sale Price .... I Ubi
MEN'S $1.25 UNION SLITS, ?Hr.
MIMI'S Medium-weight Ribbed
Union Suits Nice Garments.
Mid-Winter Salo Price ...
MEN'S 2.1c. WOOIi SOCKS, l?c.
Men's Wool and Wool Mixed
Socks, assorted colors, well worth
25 cents pair. 1 Qr?
Mid-Winter Sale Price .... I ubi
Very pretty models in Serges, TrlcotillCS, Velours, etc., in tills sea
son's most popular colors. livery woman can alford a new Suit at those
LADIES' $30.00 SUITS
Mid-Winter Sale Price.
LADIES' $'?7.50 SUITS
Mid-Winter Sale Price.
LADIES' $18.00 SUITS
Mid-Winter Salo iT-ico.
A small lot of Ijast Season's Suit.?
Mid-Winter Sale Price.
WINTER SHOES FOR MEX, WOMEN, ROYS AND GIRLS.
MEN'S HEAVY WORK SHOES
Mid-Winter Salo Price.
Mild-Winter Salo Price.
M id-Winter Salo Price.
Knee Pants Suit? for Roys, ages
4 to IO years. Good matt-rials and
models. Just look nt tl io prices
Boys' $0.50 Suits. O 7 7C
Mid-Winter Salo Price. . . I . I ?J
Boys' $8.50 Suits- QC Efl
Mid-Winter Salo Price. . .?pUi?U
Boys' $7.50 Suits- CK RH
Mid-Winter Sale Price. . . ?pdiUU
Boys' $4.50 Suits
Mid-Winter Salo Prico
>! E N
... . Wool Socks,
medium ami heavy weights, assort
ed colors. Mid-Winter
30-1N. SHEETING, lOc. YARD.
Good weight Unbleached Sheet
ing, full 30 inches wide, at less
than mill prices. .Mid- IRp
Winter Sade Price-Yard.. I UL?
SHIRTING CHEVIOTS, 12>?c.
Cheviots in Stripes and Solid
Colors, suitable for overy-day
shirts, boys' blouses,etc "I Ol/ 0
Mid-Winter Salo Price .. I L /2Cl
Heavy Cheviots, *|QQ
M bl-Winter Sale Prico-y<
Men's Dress Pants, In Stripes
and Woolen Mixtures - the best
values in the county. Mid-Winter
$2=50 3.00 $3.50
WOOL SERGE, 75c.
Wool Serge, full 36 inches wide,
in Black, Navy, etc. Mid- Cflr
Winter Salo Price-yard.. DU Ci
ROYS' CORDUROY SUITS, $?.05.
Good, strong Corduroy School
Suits for Boys 8 to 10 years. 11ie.se
have been Helling at $0.50 and
BOYS' OVERCOATS, $4.25.
Hoys' Mackinaws in a good qual
ity of Wool Overcoating, very pret
ty assortment of colors. They are
good values at $0. Mid
Winter Sale Prico only .
OUTING UNDERSKIRTS, 50c.
Well made Outing Underskirts,
several different colors- CA
Mid-Winter Salo Price . . . . UUCi
ANDROSCOGG1N BLEACH, 10c.
The old reliable Androscoggin,
perfect in every way, and ?veil
worth a quarter. Mid
Winter Salo Prico . . .
COTTON CHECKS, Yd 7^c.
Cotton Checks, Plaids, Stripes,
light weight, but worth much moro
than ever. Mid-Winter 71/n
Salo Price-Yard.I /2Ci
MEN'S UNDERWEAR, 48c.
Mon's Heavy Fleeced Shirts and
HEADLIGHT OVERALLS, $1.45.
Men's Headlight Overalls, fall
cut and woll made. There aro none
LADIES' VEST AND PANTS, 48c.
Dadles' medium weight, full
Bleached Ribbed Vest and Pants.
CHILDREN'S HOSE 5 and Sc. Pr.
Those Hose aro not first quality,
but all can bo norn. Small sizes.
APRON GINGHAMS, 10c.
Not tho best made, but a very
good quality-good staple patterns
M id-Winter Salo Price
STETSON HATS, $5.00.
.lohn B. Stetson Hats at five dol
lars seems like a joke. However,
we have them. And they aro all
now goods. Mid-Winter
SOLID OUTINGS, 10c. YARD.
Medium weight Solid Color Out
ing. Mid-Winter Salo iftn
DRILLS, 10c. YARD.
Good quality medium weight
Brown Drills, 10 to 20 yard length,
will cut any amount you may want
MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS,
Men's good Weight, well-made,
dark Color Pant's, sizes
32 to 43-Mid-Winter
Sale Ends Saturday, December 24th
samo tract of land conveyed to John
Cartor by Jesse S. Carter by deed
dated tho 5th day of July, 1915, and
recorded In clerk's Oflico, Oconee
County, South Carolina, In Deel
Hook UU, pago 318, on tho 5th (lay
of July, 19 1f>.
TERMS OP PALE-One-third cash
on day of sale, and balance In two
equal annual Installments, with leave
to tho purchaser, or purchasers, to
anticipate payment of all or any por
tion of the credit part, at option;
tho credit portion to bear interest
from the day of salo at tho rate of
oigbt per cent per annum and bo
secured by bond of the purchaser, or
purchasers, and mortgage of tho
premisos; that tho purchaser, or pur
chasers, be required to insure the
buildings on tho said premises it
three-fourths of their value, and as
sign the policy or policies of insur
ance to tho Master, and In tho event
of tho purchaser, or purchasers, fail
ing or refusing to so Insure tho build
ings as above directed, tho Master
may do the saino and collect the pre
mium as par! of tho Judgment of
tho Plaintiff herein, but for tho ben
efit of bo'.h Plaintiff and Defendant.
American Wholesale Corporation,
(Baltimore Bargain House); that in
ovont of failuro of tho purchaser, or
purchaser?, to comply with tho terms
of sale within ilvo days from day of
Winter Time Is Here.
JUST RECEIVED A CAR OF
Stoves and Heaters
YODR HOME, OFFICE, SCHOOL OR CHURCH.
<s>^ SEE US NOW. JSHS>
Whitmire-Marett Hdw Co.,
WESTMINSTER, S. C. WALHALLA, S. C.
salo, the Master do re-advertiso and
re-sell said promises on tho follow?
ig Salesday, or somo convenient
SalOsday thereafter, at tho same
placo and on tho samo terms as here
tofore sot out, at the risk of tho for
mor purchaser, or purchasers, and
that ho do continue so to do until
ho shall have found a purchaser, or
purchasers, who comply with tho
terms of salo.
Purchaser to pay oxtra for papers,
stamp and recording mortgago.
Tho abovo proporty sold at tho risk
of formor purchaser.
W. 0. WHITE,
Mastor for Oeonoo County, S. C.
.Doc. 14, 1921. 50-52