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Many, Many Things Useful and Suitable for ?g
and included in our
Get Them at a Saving in Cost and Worry from These
and Other Things Not Mentioned.
DECEMBER SALE OF TOWELS.
Nothing makes a moro accept
able gift than Towels. Sixty dozen
to go in this sale, and many of
thom tiie real gi ft y kind, and at
most any rpice you wish to pay
PUKE lit NEN DAMASK.
Plain Satin Damask, warranted
all Pure Dinon-this sale, pei- yard
Comillie Imported Satin Damask
in wi<le Dar Pattern, part Dinon,
au<| au unmatchable bargain, at,
DDI DI ES
to match above, set of six, at
BEI) KOOM SLIPPERS.
Choice of any Ladles' Hod Room
Slippers, Moccasin Styles and Lea
ther Soles and Heels-most all
colors-at, choleo, per pair
Heavy Satin Spreads, crocheted
in Elaborate Designs-$4.50 val
ues, ut, each
REEFERS FOR MEX.
Silk and Mercerized Scarfs or
Reefers for Sl.cn, in Mercerized or
Silk, knit, at, each
ft-g ?r TO
if.-vt r s v ..?'.?? ir.%1
Twelve dozen New Four-in-Hand
Ties Just received. Very pretty
patterns and priced 25 per cent
under value. Make your Tie pur
chases here and lt will bo highly
50c. 75c. $1. $1.25
MEN'S LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS
Men's Pure Linen Handkerchiefs
in medium and narrow hems-full
size, 18 inch
MEN'S SILK HANDKERCHIEFS.
Men's Kailey Colored Herder Silk
Handkerchiefs, 18 inch size-7 Be.
values, at, each
PARIS (.'ARTER SETS,
ll'-..?*> Satin Pad Paris (?alters
ami Wide Arm Hands, in attrac
tive, boxes. Der set
Men's Dross (Roves, in correct
shades-Drown and Gray-pair
$1.50 '0 $2.25
LISLE SOCKS, 2?C.
Men's Mercerized Lisle Socks, in
all Staple Colors-'?fie, values-at,
IIOX HA NDKERCH IEFS.
Pine quality Embroidered Hand
kerchiefs-ttiree to Fancy (?lift Hov
75c. values-at, box
CREPE DE CHIMO
Ladies' Rare Silk Crepe de Chine
Handkerchiefs, printed in pretty
designs, at, each
President and Wide Web Cross
Rack Suspenders, in Christinas
Rexes, at, pair
SILK SOCKS, $1.00.
Men's Pure Thread Silk Socks,
with seam titting hack-Navy and
Drown and Rlack. Pair
SILK JERSEY PETTICOATS.
All Silk Taffeta and Jersey Pet
ticoats, in Aecordian Pleats and
Rutilo Frills-assorted Fancy and
Changeable Colors-at, each
LADIES' SILK STOCKINGS.
Rig variety of Extra Value Silk
Stockings, in Rlack, Cordivan and
White-18c, 08c, $1.50,
$1.98 AND $2.50
LADIES' KID (JLOVES.
Genuine French Kid (Roves, will
make very acceptable gifts-two
button styles-Drown and Rlack
Ladles' Fancy Amber and Buka
li to Handles and Ribs-somo ring
and some strap onds- a very
sightly and acceptable gift, at
$2.25 10 $4.50
?UARY SALE PRICES
arc now in effect in our great December Sale. ?fi Buy now and get full wear value
at greatly reduced prices.
Ladies' Coats, Ladies' Suits, Ladies' Dresses, Children's
Dresses, Boys' Suits, Mackinaws, Men's Suits, Men's
Overcoats, Shirts, Children's and Girls' Coats,
Men's fiats and Fine Shoes.
These and many other things not mentioned will help you reduce thc cost of Christ
mas wearing and giving.
The Bee Hive,
J. E. Harper, Prop,
Seneca, S. C.
LOCAL MATTERS AT IX)NG CHEEK
:ist A cad' ny Receives Help for
Which Ak-predation Ls Eel t.
Long Crook, Dec. 10. - Special:
Rev. L. H. Raines, principal of the
Long Creek Baptist Academy, recent
ly attended the educational meeting
held in Columbia. His presence at
the mooting was appreciated greatly,
he being tho only ono present from
kthe- Beaverdam Association, and be
ing also a member of the school
Robert Uamby, of our school, wa.s
with bis parents during tho past
Mr. and Mrs. Suddeth, of Lavonia,
Jja., with their daughter, visited Miss
Claire Sherrin last Sunday. Miss
Sherrin ls 'he music teacher al Long
Rev. Kant Jones and family, n-c
companied by Mr. and Mrs. E. Little
ton, of Salem, visited Long Crook
recently. The latter persons named
rleton, a student of the school at
Messrs. Shirlo and Sewell, of La
vonia. On., were among tho guests of
Long Creek Academy on Dec. 1 I.
Tito Volunteer Band of (he school
gave a program at the "Council
Camp" on Sunday afternoon. Dec 1 1.
Clio band wont on foot, the camp
neing about a mlle distant from the
school. Many of the men in the
"gang" were enthused greatly by
tho servie^ of the volunteers, and
very easily decided to livo a more
sincero and upright life.
A joint meeting of tho R. A.'s and
Y.W.A.'s was held at the home of
Rev. and Mrs. L. H. Rainen Friday
tjvenlng from 7 to 10 o'clock. A
Christmas program w(as rendered,
and' following it thero was a social
hour of conversation and refresh
Croup No. 2 ha.s tho honor of hold
ing tile bannor "Splzzorlnktum"
i y ?ardod to tho B.Y.P.U. for tho
n.onth of December. Group No. 1
held lt during tho past two months,
parents of Miss Myrtle Lit
and prospects aro good for Group No.
3 holding it next month.
James Coleman and Orville For
rester, of Greenville, together with
Carlton Marr, of Columbia, left yes
terday for their homes. They will
spend Christmas at their homes and
then return to the school. Long
Creek wishes 'thom', as well as all the
other students, a morry Christinas,
j The Y.W.A. of the school will
dramatizo tho story of Adoniram and
Nancy Hasseltlne Judson as given In
the book, "Ann of Ava." immediately
after the B.Y.P.U. mooting Sunday
i 'Examination for tho past term of
school will begin to-day, but despite
that fact the expectation of holiday
drives away all fear of examinations.
The students of Long Crook Acad
emy greatly appreciate the thought
I fulness of tho pastors of Heaverdam
Association who, in the Pastors' Con
ference, subscribed for tho Baptist
Courier for MS, They send ono copy
each week t" each of the three dor
mitories. This is quite a hell? lo us,
ns we want to bo well-informed Bap
tists, and we feel that we could not
be that without tho Baptist Courier.!
Our pastors, realizing this, could not
have given ns a gift more helpful. |
The W M.S of tho .lordania Bop-/
I Hst church greatly added to the at-|
i tract 1 veness of our dining hall and i
reception room hy sending very j
dainty curtains for ibo windows. Wo
aro grateful indeed for these.
I A number of boxes have come to '
us from the societies of the Baptist'
Church at Augusta. Ga., containing'
dishes, etc.. which are always appro-1
ciated in our home. These ?tte tho
results of tho thoughtfulness of Miss1
Lura Perrltt and Mrs. Leize Perrltt-1
Skinner. Nothing helps more than
good friends like these.
At tho last meeting of the Y AV.A.s
and K A.'s both tho boys and girls
decided to make a Christmas offer
ing to tho Lord, giving to the Prince
of Peace aomo of that ?boy had plan
ned for friends who do not really
, need gifts at Christmas time. God
I haste tho day when all Christians
will come back to the true spirit of
giving at Christmas.
Misses Claire Sherrin and Mary
Taylor, Rev. and Mrs. Luther H.
Raines were business visitors in the
town of Westminster Friday after
X. C. Negro Attacks White Woman.
Charlotte. N. C., Dec. 18.-City
and county officers and posses of cit
izens have spent the last 24 hours
In search of Adam Millor, alias Adam
Brown, one of two negroes charged
with having made an attack upon a
,well known young white married wo
man at her homo about a mile out
side tho city limits last night. The
other negro. Fred Ardrey, who was
arrested shortly after the crime, was
committed and taken to Jail hero,
was removed early to-day by officers
and taken lo Rowan county Jail at
Tho victim of the attack, who was
taken to a local hospital last night
In a highly nervous condition, with
many bruises on her body, according
to her physicians, remained under
treatment to-night, suffering from
shock Mid tho bruises.
Dr. Correll Resigns.
Columbia, Bec 1 1.-Dr. William
Spencer Currdll, president of the
University of South Carolina, has
tendered his resignation to the hoard
of trustees, to become effective May
13th, Oil the date when the
president reaches the ago of 61,
Tho trustees met io-day, but. In
view of the fact that tho full mem
bership was not present, considera
tion was deferred to a later date. Br.
Currell has been head of tho uni
versity since duly, If 11.
Another matter decided upon was
i he establishment of a graduate
school at tho university. .lohn K.
Swoaringen, stato Superintendent >f
Education and ox-officlo member of
tho board of trustees, was appointed
chairman of a oom mit ten to preparo
a curriculum ot thc graduate school.
j NEWS NO l liS OE BOUNTY LAND.1
1 Marriage ot Douty Land Young Lady
and Augusta Physician.
j Bounty Land, Dec. 19.-Special:
I Mrs. John Archer, of Spartanburg. is
lon a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. D.
I Miss Lura Perritt, of Augusta, Ga.,
'arrived in the community Saturday
I t ) spend the holidays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Perritt.
Miss Cora Hubbard, of Columbia,
is with home folks until after tho
Tho Bounty'Land improvement As
sociation held Its first meeting since
reorganization last Friday afternoon,
and the following program was ren
dered: First, a talk by Mrs. 1). A.
.Perritt on "How Christmas was Ob
served Fifty Years Ago." Next ca no
a talk on "How Christmas ls Spin*.
In tho Present Age," by Miss Mattie
Sue Marott. Then "now Christmas
Should bo Observed," by Mrs. Jas >. r
Do"le. A reading by Miss El inn
Crampton abd a recitation on Christ
mas, by Master Rochester. Misses
Rallonger and McMahan served dolt
clous hot tea and sandwiches, wh'eh
added pleasure to the occasion.
Will Blackwell, of Reldvllle, N.
C." ls a guest in the home of bis sis
ter-in-law, Mrs. j. p. Blackwell.
Mrs. Keaton was hostess to thc W.
M. S. of Rook Springs church Sun
day aftornoou. After tho election of
officers for the coming year delight
ful sandwiches, cake and black cof
fee were served.
Mr. and Mrs Henry Hughs and
little son, of Walhalla,wore week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hughs.
Rev. I. E. Wallace was heartily
"pounded" by his Richland congre
gation on Sand;'y morning. This is
merely a deserved expression of the
fooling that has existed for some
time in thc hearts of the Richland
people, who only wisli the pounding
could have been more severely ad
An announcement which will be of
interest to many is that of the mar
riage, on Friday, tho 16th, of Miss
Mary Susan Doyle and Dr. Edgar R.
iPund, of Augusta, "Ga., Rev. Dr. So
viel", pastor of tho First Presbyterian
church of Augusta, officiating. Tho
bride ls a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jasper Doyle, of ?bis community, and
ls a gradna'- .;se. Tho groom is a
promt lng yb ti physician of Augus
ta ano bold;. . osition In tho Unl
versit> Hospita of that city as In
structor m anatomy. The marriage
took place In th? home of Dr. Sevlor
and w.' wi tn es sod by only a few rel
ativos of tho ntractlng parties. Af
ter th* ceremony the bride and
groom loft "> Charleston. Dr. and
Mrs. In nd .?li make their home in
Mrs I ;' Rh ckwell and children
will leave Thursday for Asheville. N.
C., where they will visit relatives
during the holidays.
Miss Ethel George delightfully en
tertain- I '?.i ? a number of tho
young people pf tho vicinity Friday
evenln; at i tacky" party.
I We ?ti ted to say that a
1 gunles rabbit hunt will be one of
tho delights of the Christmas season,
j Tho hutt ; ' party will moot nt Rich
land c ) i day In Christmas, and
woe ut tho rabbit that ventures
from t inrrow anywhere In tho vi
cinity . ; chland on that day.
Elbe i ill nus and several of his,
chlldri . been quite ?ll for sev
eral dn> ' but aro improving.
Fosl' i wons bas boen a sufferer
from ni . form of Indigestion for
nearly ; ve? ks. We hope the little
fellow v. ; : -non bo able to return to
Misses Olivo Lynch and Willie Mc
Donald, of Winthrop, aro expected
Thursday to spond Christmas with
Mrs. J. D. McMahan and daughter,
Miss Carrlo, will shop In Anderson
Mrs. D. A. Perrltt was hostess to
tho community ladles and the Boun
ty Land teachers on Friday after
noon, Dec. 9th. Old Testament ref
erences to missionary work woro
read and discussed, then "Nearer,
My God, to Theo," was sung to the
tune of "Junlta," after which a deli
cious and variod sandwich course,
hot chocolato, was served, the host
ess hoing assisted by Mrs. Richard
Marett, Miss Sue Marett and llttlo
Miss Lucy Beth McDonald. This was
a most delightful meeting of our
circle, and before adjournment it
was decided to call tho get-together
party the "Gypsy Smith Circle,"
since lt is non-denominational, and
to moot on the first Frldny of each
month. Mrs. W. E. Woolbrlght ex
tended an Invitation for the January
mooting, and a plonsant entertain
ment is looked forward to.
Walhalla Circuit Appointments.
First Sundays-Salem, ll a. m.;
Whitmore, 4 p. m.
Second Sundays-Zion 11 a. m.
Tnlrd Sundays-'Old Bickens, 1 1 a.
Fourth Sundays-Double Spring:..
11 a. m.: Laurel Springs, 4 p. m.
D. A. Joffcoat. P. C.
will be conducted by Rev. john L.
Harley, conforonco evangelist, at Sa
lem M. E. church, beginning tho 1st
Sunday in January, 1922, nt 1 1 a.
m. All denominations and their pas
tors aro urgently requested to co
operate, that these meetings may
prove a blessing to the people of tho
D. A. Jeffcoat. P. C.
Card of Thanks.
Editor Keoweo ('ourler:
Please allow me space in your pa
per to thank my kind friends and
neighbors for their help and kindness
to me during my illness and great
suffering. May Ood bless them all
J. E. Diehard.
Walhalla, S. C., Rt .3.-adv*
Tho Center Township Singers.
Tho Centor Township Singing As
sociation will meet with the Return
church on tho fourth Sunday, Dec.
26th, at 2 p. m. Everybody como and
lot's have a big slaging.
J. W. S. King,
Secretary and Treasuror.
AFTER MATURE DELIBERATION
wc have decided that wc can bc of more service
to our old customers, and also to the com
munity at large, by placing our Mercantile
Business upon a Cash Basis. Wc can save a
lot of expense and waste in operating our busi
ness. Wc can keep our stock, pay cash for
what wc buy, and bc able to make a closer
price on our goods to thc trading public.
J.j* AFTER FEBRUARY 1st, 1922,
wc will close our crediting department and sell
Strictly for Cash. We want to close up
our books by that time, so if you owe us on
account or by note, please come in and settle
Be sure to get our prices on goods before
buying, for wc will bc able to save you money
on your purchases.
We pay the highest market price for Coun
Strother (?L Phinneyp
fi ead Quarters for Low Prices,
West Union, S. C.
Nice line of Velocipedes, Wagons,
Bicycles, Foot Balls and many other
tjiings for the "Kids" to make them
Manicure Sets, Thermos Bottles,
Gold and Pearl Handles. Pocket
Knives and Silver Ware for the Big
Whitmire-Marett Hdw Co.
Westminster.- Hardware Headquarters -Walhalla,
and promise you liberal and
courteous treatment consistent
with good business.
Deposit your money with us
and pay your creditors with
checks-better than receipts.
Bank of West Union,
Weat Union? S. C.
Jame* Phinnoy, W. A. Harton?
Mack Neville., K. P. Hutchison,
Ja iocs H. Darby, Ii. M. Brown,
Phono 3.- Rr. John W. Wickliffe. -Phone ii.
TRUSTEE'S HAIiE OF HEAL
State of South Carolina,
County of Ocoiieo.
Hy direction of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, in tho caso of Mrs. Mary
M. Holler and others, Plaintiffs,
against J. K. Hollor and others, De
fendants, I will offer for salo, to the
highest bidder, on MONDAY, the 2d
day of JANUARY, 1022, the follow
ing descrlbod roal estate:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
lund, containing eighty-two acres,
more or less, situate, lying and be
ing on Holly Branch, waters of Choe
stoo Creek, of Tuga\>o River, in Cen
ter Township, Oconeo County, South
Carolina, adjoining lands of L. H.
Jarrard, R. ll. Land, and lands for
merly of .1. K. Holler and Mrs. W. H.
('ole, this hoing tho samo tract of
land conveyed to Mrs. Mary M. Hieler
hy J. P. Keese by bis deed dated Oct.
l?, 1000, recorded in Deed Rook
KK.page 111, less 5 1-6 acros hereto
fore sold to Mrs. M. Fm ma Seay.
TERMS OF SALF-One-third cash
and balance in threo equal annual
payments, with 8 per cont Interest
from .lan. 1, 1922, secured by bond
and mortgage of tho promises, which
note shall provide for ton per cent
as attorney foo in case the note shall
bo placed with an attorney for col
lection, or collectod through Court.
J. R. EARLE,
Trustee for Mary M. Heller.
Dec. 14, 1921. 50-.r>2
Tho first Incomo tax was passed
by tho United States Congress In
There is a
is "just made for
your pen care
fully, and you
will discover the
real meaning of
$2.50 and up.
^humfain Sien !
Gifts That Last.
WALHALLA, 8. O.
Trees in Spitzbergen grow to only
?bout an inch in height.