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I ONE CENT A WORD
(Small ad ver tia em on ti under
this heading Inserted at rate of
one cent a word per Insertion.
Four Insertions for price of
toreo.)
(NOTICE.-No advertisement nc?
eepted tor this column for loes thnn
15 cents, ono Insertion.)
EOE SALE-One fresh Milch Cow
and Calf; soven Pigs. W. D. MOS?,
Walhalla, g. C._2-__
ONE NICE COW for salo. Apply
to W. M. BROOM, Walhalla, Route
3, near Phlnney'a Station. 2-3*
FOR SALE-Corn in the shuck at
market price. H. D. B1EMANN, Wal
halla, S. C._46-tf
MONEY TO LOAN on Improvod
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
ons. S. 'C._26-tf
IO NICE CHOICE PICS for sale;
half Du roc and Poland China. Price
$5 00 each; 7 weeks old. J. H.
BAUlNBTl\_West ni i lister, S. C. 2 +
WANTED-Chickens, Eggs and
Hides. Bost market prices, paid at
SMITH'S .MARKET, Main St., Wal
halla, S. C. 1-4*
NOTICE.-Tho Keoweo Courlor is
in position to handle subscriptions
to ail tho loading periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business.
FOR SALE-Steak 20c ll).; Boas!
tr. and 20c: Mixed Sausage 20c;
Liver 20c.; Stew Meat 10c. At THE
SMITH MARKET, Old Hotel Build
ing. Walhalla. S. C. 2-5 ;
LOST-One Wrist Watch, on Fri
day, Jun. <!. 1022, between School
House and lt. W. Gr tibbs' residence.
Finder please rei urn to MISS LUCY
SALLY and receive reward. 2*
LOST-Near Whetstone Mountain
Oil Dec. 30, Hound Bitch; white,with
lemon ears, lemon spot on back. Re
ward if rel urned io W. L. SANDERS,
Wa lilaila, S. C. 2-6?
~T?OLANI> CHINA BOAH.-Thor
oughbred.-^Service offered to public
For fee, particulars, etc., seo or write
W W. FOWLER, Walhalla, S. G.,
Route 3. 2-3*
FOR SALE-iHouse und Lot; six
rooms; electric lights. Next door to
Episcopal church, on Tugaloo St. For
particulars write MRS. i JAS. RH O LT,
Greenville, S. C., Route 3. 1-4*
FOR SALE - House and Lot in
town of Walhalla, on northeast cor
ner of College and Ervin streets. Has
six rooms; lot contains ono acre. For
particulars see W. C. HUGHS. 44-if
FOR SALE - One Horso, four]
Mules, two One-horse Wagons, one
Two-horso Wagon, two Automobiles.
For cash or on easy terms. T. E.
ALEXANDER, Walhalla, S. C 35-tf
MEAL AND HULLS_Will have
a car of Hulls and Meal for sale at
depot Friday and Saturday. Brices
o. k. Better buy now, as the hull
market ls advancing. R. D. OEL
KiE'R8, Walhalla, S. C._2?
FOUND - On Highway between
Walhalla mid Mountain Rest, during
last July. Automobile Casing. Owner
can get same by proving property
and paying expenses. JOHN SWOF
FORI). Mountain Rest, s. c. 2-:."
IX)ST-Two live-gallon Oil Cans,
between Burnt Tanyard and Green s
Store. Salem. Return to GREEN'S
STORE, ISSAQUENA FILLING STA
TION or WEST UNION OIL MILL,
and gul reward. 10-it
W. O: W. MEETING - Fairfield
('amp. Xo. S36.-Called Meeting will
be held on FRIDAY NICHT. Jan.
13th, 1922, nt 7.30 o'clock, for pur
pose of electing olllcers for the new
year. Let every member attend. 1.
L. GARRISON. Clerk. 2*
NOTICE.-I will sell at publie
auction, for cash, at my store, on
Saturday, Jan. 14th, 1922, at 10
o'clock A. M., the following property,
to-wit: One Mule, ono Horso, one
Ford Roadster, one Set Farming
Tools. M. il. HUGHS, Walhalla. S.
C.. Route 3. 2*
WARNING-AH persons are here
by notified that - LITTLE" T. C,
WILLIAMS, colored, 16 years old.
has left my home without my con
sent, and against my wishes, and of
his own accord, without, cause. He
is wanted and needed at home. Any
one harboring or hiring said minor
without notifying me. his father.will
be dealt with according to law. T.
I". WI LL! .VMS, Walhalla. S. C. 2*
FOR SALE-Household and KlT
chen Furniture, Etc.-On Tuesday,
Jan. 17th, 1922, al IO o'clock A. M..
J will offer for sale, to the highest
bidder, for cash, at my home near
Salem, all the Household and Kit
chen Furniture Farm Implements,
two Fresh Milk Cows with young
Calves, one Buggy, one Wagon, and
probably oilier articles. Sale will be
gin promptly ni 10 o'clock, s. M
SM ITH, Salem. S. C. 1-2*
MA BETTS ?MPROVED WANNA?
MA KER CLEVELAND RIG BOLL
Cotton Seed, grown and improved in
Oconeo Comity. Special attention to
earliness. No top crop picked. Gin
ned on private gin, for maximum
purity. Our farms made $11,322.00,
net, this year, counting the seed nt
ordinary prices, or 35 per cent on
our investment. Seo us at once if
you would like to buy any of our
Seed. MARETT FARM AND SEED
CO., Westminster, S. C. 4 9-1
W A N T E D-?Men or Women to
take orders among friends and
neighbors for the well liked Boyeo
Flavors, Toilot Pr?parations and
Household Articles. The Royce Pro
ducts have been used hy housewives
for over forty years. Ask your friends
and neighbors about thom. Opportu
nities to secure tho Royce Agency
aro raro. A few open now. Profits
$r.O to $l.r>0 per month in proportion
to time given. Write for Information
to-day. THE ABNER ROYCE COM
PANY, Box 68, Station B, Depart
ment 20, Cleveland, Ohio. 2*
FOR RENT-iGood Farm. Apply
to W. O. WHITE, Walhalla, S. 0. 3*
ST. FRANOIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldin Street. WalhaUa, 8. Cr
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Saorament ot Penance... .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon..10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Maokln,
Rector.
P. O. Box 82, Anderson, S. C.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
There will be a Regular Meeting
of Walhall? Lodge. No. 67, Knights
nf pythias, at the Masonic Temple
to-morrow (Thursday) night at 8
o'clock, Every member urged to be
present.
Installation of new officers. Work
in Rank of Esquire.
GEO. M. ANSEL,
Chancellor Commander.
T. R. SHELOR, K. of R. and S.
A Regular Communication of Blue
IKgBSgk Ridge Lodge, No. 92, A. F.
I y^pCI M., will be held next Fri
L???j?J day night, Jan. 13, 1922,
at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brothers always welcome.
J. B. S. DENDY, W. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (adv)
?J? ?J? . J- . J? ?t? *J* . J* ?J* *J* *J* *\* *J? ?J? 'J**J* *J*
4? LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 4?
?J? ?J. ?J? ?J? ?J. ?J? ?J? A ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J. ?I? ?J. ?J? - J? ?J? ?J.?
-Misses Inez MsAllster and Dora
Breedlove have returned t,o Walhalla
to take up their work in tho normal
class, after 'having spent Uh o holi
days with their parents nt Seneca
and Salem, respectively.
-For S..lo-High class hard and
soft brick. Arthur Drown, Walhalla,
S. C.-adv.-4 3-tf.
-'Mrs. Myra Cox, of Greenville,
spont the Christmas and New Year
holidays with Mr. and Mrs? W, F
Hughs, of Walhalla. Mrs. Cox has
many friends here who are always
glad to see her.
-We are glad to welcome Mr. and
'Mrs. Clifton Fowler hack to Wal
halla, they having recently moved
here from Charlotte. N. C. Mr. Fow
ler will be in tfie employ of the
.Piedmont 'Motor Company, Main
street. Ile is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wesley Fowler, of the Fairfield sec
tion.
-666 cures malarial fever.-adv.
-?Married, at the residence of the
officiating minister, Rev. M. J. Stan
sell, on Sunday, Dec. 25, 1921, Miss
Annie Cox and Roy smith. Tthe bride
ls a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. \V.
Cox nnd the groom a son of Mr. and
Mrs. B. M. Smith, all of the Fair
field community. The young cou pl o
have the good wishes of a host of
fi lends in the county.
- Married, on Dec. 25th, at tho
residence of Rev. M. J. Stansell, the
officiating minister, iMiss Lillian
Findley and Fred Rowland, of the
Fairfield community. The bride ls u
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Find
ley, tibe groom o son of J. W. Row
land. We join with many others in
expending hearty good wishes to the
young couple.
-There are many In Oconee who
will be interested in learning of trie
following announcement: "Born,
unto Mr. nnd Mrs. Dewey Huller, of
Travelers Rest. S. C., (Greenville
county,) on Jan. 4th, a son." The
parents were formerly of Walhalla.
Hie father being a son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. lintier, wOio moved sev
eral years ago to Greenville county
-To break a cold take 666.-adv
- Everybody is cordially Invited
to attend an entertainment and oys
ter supper to be given at Sou'li
Union school building on next Fri
day. Jan. 13th. The program con
sists of a play and good music. A
small admission fee of five and lon
cents will be charged. In addition
50 cents will be charged 'or sup
per. The committee in charge hopes
to have opportunity to welcome YOG
on this occasion. Remember-Fri
day night of tihis week, the 13th
--The many Walhalla friends of
Miss Lydia Smith will regret very
much to learn that she had to re
turn to her home city, Charleston,
where she was called to take up her
duties In tlho public schools of that
eily. She had been teaching in the
(Ebenezer Graded School for the past
months, and tho trustees, patrons
and children of that section deeply
regret the necessity for her depart
ure from that school and section. She
had greatly endeared herself to all
the Ebenezer people.
- Rub-My-TIsm, a pain killer.--nd
-?Married, at (the home of W. H.
Talley, Magistrate, of Salem, on Jan.
Sib. Miss Ida Alexander, of Salem,
and Arthur Madden, of Murphree,
Plckons county. The ceremony was
performed iby Magistrate Talley. The
bride is a daughter of James F. Al
exander, of the Stamp Creek sec
tion of Oconee, the groom being a
son of Silas J. Madden, of Pickens
county. Roth bride and groom have
many friends in this and Pickens
counties who will join with The
Courier In extending all good wishes
for long Ufo, happiness and prosper
ity.
-One of the most enjoyable so
cial events of Christmas week was a
bridge party, given by Mrs. .Ins. H.
Darby in her beautiful new home on
Thursday afternoon, Dec. 29th, com
plimentary to her cousin. Miss Bessie
Mickler, of Saluda, S. C. Tho par
lors and living room were bright
with their Christmas decorations,
and elegantly furnished. A number
of Interesting games were played
and enjoyed. Miss Julia Maxwell re
ceived the prize for scoring the high
est, a lovely deck of cards in loather
case. Miss Elolso Strother recoived
the consolation, a set of score pen
cils. Miss tMIckier was g'von a lovely
Mexican basket filled with dainty
handkerchiefs. A most delicious sal
ad course was then served by the
hostess, and tho guests departed
with the feeling that this was a
happy ending to the Christmas fes
tivities of the week.
-To prevent a cold take 666.-ad
" ' ' " T .
-666 cures chilla and fever.-a?v
-William Rainey Bennett at the
'Walhalla High School Auditorium
next Moada^ nlght. -Nut aed.
-'Mr. anders. C.' O. Jaynoi loft
last week for points in Florida. Mr.
Jaynes is expected back this week,
but Mrs. Jaynes will remain uulil ;
spring.
-There will be servic?s at the j
Episcopal church, Walralla, Thuis
day of uiiis week at 3 o'clock in the I
afternoon. All members are urged !
to attend, and the public ls cordially j
Invited to this and all other services i
at the church. j
Rub-My-Tism for rheumatism.-ad j
-Alice Joyce, in "The Prey," will
be shown at The Star Theatre, .Wal
halla, on Thursday afternoon and at
night, Jan. 12th. Miss Joyce ls one
of the most talented of the screen
actresses, and her pictures never fail
to please. See her at The Star on
Thursday night.
-For the benefit of the, entire
community, holders of season tickets
of Redpath Lyceum have consent
ed for William Ralney Bennett's lec
ture to be put on at tho admission
price of 25 cents for children and 50
cents for adults. This is the lowest
price ever made in Walhalla for
such an attraction.
-"The Swine Feeder's Father" is
the su'bject of the sermon to bo
preached next Sunday night at the
First Baptist church, Walhalla. A
malo quartet and a duet will feature
tho musical part of the program. A
cordial invitation is extended to all
to attend this service, win ich will be
gin promptly at 7.15 o'clock.
-We are requested to announce
that tlic Neville School ^improve
ment Association will meet at the
Neville school house on Friday, lan.
13, at 2 p. in. livery memher is urged
to be present, as there is business of
importance to bo at tendea to. New
memibers will lie welcomed, nn*l the
public is cordially invited to attend.
-G66 cures bilious fever.-adv.
- Rev. and Mrs. M. F. Whitaker,
well known former citizens of Oco
nee, have recently moved from Mona,
Ark., to Cranbury, Texas, the move
having been made tn order that Mr.
and Mrs. Whitaker could be near
their children. Friends In Oconee
will regret exceedingly to learn that
Rev. Mr. Whitaker is now nearly
helpless, he having about a year ago
suffered a stroke of paralysis, from
the effects of which ho has never re
covered. There are hosts of warm
friends of Rev. ? nd Mrs. Whitaker
In Oconee who will Join with The
Courier in the hope that he may yet
be restored to health. *
-.Hot coffee at Shirley.s, Seneca,
S. C.-adv.-2-3.
-'William iRainey Bennett's lec
ture next Monday night at the High
School Auditorium in Walhalla will
be Just as entertaining for the chil
dren as for the grown-ups; so come
and bring the whole family. Admis
sion, 25 and 50 cents. This low price
is made that all may hear M**. Ben
nett, for his lecture will be worth
while, sound, humorous, yet highly
instructive withal. The appearance
of such a high-class orator ls made
possible in a small town only by^fnV
Redpath Chautauqua and .Lyceum.
Walhalla ls fortunate in having
these organizations; our people arc
doubly fortunate in having this op
portunity within their reach. This
should appeal as strongly to the citi
zens of the community at large as to
the residents of the town.
-Hot chocolate at Shirley's Sen
eca. S. C.-adv.-2-3.
-?Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ramey, ol
Moore, Mont., arrived In Oconee ten
days ago and are visiting relatives
in various sections of the county. At
present they are visiting at the home
of Rev M. G. Holland, father of Mrs.
Ramey, who will be pleasantly rc
memhered by many as Miss Callie
Holland. H. L. and his brother, T.
J., of Mountain Rest, were in Wal
halla yesterday, having Just returned
from a pleasant trip to Greenville. A
third brother, S. L. Ramey, of Lewis
ton, Mont, ls expected to arrive in
Oconee Thursday. iMr. and Mrs, H.
L. Ramey are desirous of making a
temporary home In Walhalla if they
can secure a house. Mr. Ramey will
be here during all the winter, and
his family hopo to be able to spend
the summer here.
-Go to Shirley's, Seneca, S. C.,
for hot or cold drinks.-adv.-2-:t.
-A brilliant social function of the
new year was tho occasion on Thurs
day evening last, when Derrin Darby
complimented Mr. and Mrs. William
Hell with an informal reception. The
handsome home was like fairyland
with its Inviting fires on open
hearths and Innumerable mellow
lights shedding warmth and cheer
especially noticed on this inclement
night. The host was assisted in re
ceiving by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Darby, and Dr. and Mrs. J. W.
Hell,father and mother of thc groom.
Tho sun parlor and drawing rooms
were thrown together, where games,
music and dancing were enjoyed, a
special fcaturo being music by the
bride and groom on the saxaphonc
and piano. The bride was becoming
ly gowned in a 'French creation- of
son-'blue taffeta, with over draper
ies of gold lace and flamo-colojred
rosebuds. During the evening Misses
Julia Maxwell, Eloise Strother and
Mrs. Jack Darby served a course
luncheon, consisting of turkey, salad,
olives, sandwiches, followed hy a de
licious sweet course of |charlotte
russe and Christmas cakes. Con
spicuous among the guests were the
following: Miss Leone Rogers, of
Gainesville, Ga., tho attractive iiouso
guest; Misses Anna Darby and Willa
McGee with John Marchant ami Hoi;
Hammond, of Greenville. Oilier in
vited guests wero Mrs. ida Darby,
Mr. and Mrs. AV. A. Strother, Mr,
and Mrs. Lewis Harrison, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Norman, Mr. and Mrs
J. C. Perrin, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rie
mann, Misses Lucile White, Kmntlc
Ansel, Florence Hotrick, Bryant,
Salley, Trot ti, Weathorsby, Carn
thors; Sidney Hnfce, Seneca, Cokt
Rampley, Guy Cox. Ilolleman Sea
born, Garwood Jaynes and Wilbut
White.
-COO quickly rolleves a cold.-ad
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The Deltor layouts are professional layouts that only an
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They are specially worked out for all sizes and for
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They save from a quarter of a yard to a yard and
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In using an inexpensive material, the Deltor saves the
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*With the Deltor, the Butterick Pattern costs less
than nothing.
AT THE BUTTERICK GOUNTER
But. Ag. No. 34
New Winter Fabrics
That Can Become Your Winter Ward
robe with the Deltor.
VISIT our Piece-Goods Department,
and choose the fabrics you would like
for your Winter clothes? They are ex
tremely moderate in price. And added to
this saving is a new economy brought you
by the Deltor. You will find the Deltor en
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Fi rst, the Deltor gives you an individual
layout chart, so that you buy J-4 to J 3-8
yard less material on every garment, a saving
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Th en, you follow picture-and-word ? il
lustrations which show you just how to in
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ularly designed for your very own frock, are
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and give it
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Demand thc Deltor-and use itl
Can Girls Escape
the pitfalls that beset the gay life of certain
of the younger generation? In a bold, real
istic story of to-day the curtain is lifted for all
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JANUARY
DELINEATOR.
C. "W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA. S. C.
-The best line of cigars in town, !
at S?i riey's, Seneca, S. C.-adv.-2-3. ?
- Mrs, Ella Bolt, of Anderson, vis-1
lted her niece, Mrs. J. S. Colley, dur
ing thc holidays.
- Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Sharp, of j
Charlotte, N. C., were week-end
guests of the latter's parent?, Mr.
and Mrs. T. A. Grant, of Walhalla.
-iMtss 1011a Crenshaw, of Midway,
ls visiting her sisters, Mrs. W. Y.
Harrison, of Covington,Go., and Mrs.
Viola Hetrick and Augusta Cren
shaw, of Atlanta, Qa.
-William 'Rainey Bennett, tho
man who swept Wal'halla off its feet 1
in the 11)20 Chautauqua, will appoar
again at the High School Auditorium j
next Monday night, Jan. 16th, at 8:
o'clock, if you heard him before you \
will not miss it; if you did not hear
him, you cannot afford to miss. lt.
Admission only 25 and f>0 cents.
-'The many Walhalla friends of
Sam B. Smithson will bo glad to
learn that ho is rapidly recovering
from a recent attack of appendicitis,
which necessitated a recent opera
tion. Ile is at present at homo with
his mother in Oreonvillo, getting
along nicely, and frlonds hopo to seo
him back in bis accustomed place as
manager of the L?. Fnyonsky storo
In Walhalla.
-?Mr. and Mrs. Heber Whitton,
who were recently married at Lang
loy, this State, spout several days ro
contly visiting at the thorne of Mr.
and Mrs. J, S. Colloy and. among
other rolatives and friends In and
near Walhalla. Mrs. Whitten is a
sistor of Mrs. Colloy and of Glon O.
Abbott, of Walhalla. On Jan. 2d Mr.
and Mrs. Whitton went to Anderson,
whore they will muko their home.
J. W. BYRD,
FERTILIZER
Agent for F. S. Royster Guano Co.
See me before buying your ^Ferti
lizer. I want your business.
Office in J. M. BARRON'S STORE,
* Seneca, S. C.
-.Frosh sandwiches dally at Shir
ley's Seneca, S. C.-adv.-2-3.
-Tho people of Walhalla aro urg
od lo bear in mind tho fact that thc
weekly prayer meetings nre held to
night. Tho pastors of tho several i
churches are anxious Uh at this very j
important part of tho church work j
in our midst shall ho materially
strengthened this yoar.
-'Among tho names of Jurors who
have boon drawn for service at tho
February term of Fodernl Court, to
bo hold beginning on Fob. 22d, wo
noto tho following gentlemen from
Oconco: Jesse W. Rankin, Walhalla,
(grand Juror) ; J. H. Thomas, Seneca
R.F.D., R. H. Smith, Wost Union, >R. j
C. Carter, Walhalla, petit jurors.
-Look?at your label this week. If
lt reads "Uan22" this is tho last
paper you will receive unless sub
scription ls renewed during tho noxt
fow days. Somo of our subscribers
complain that wo do not. send out
statements notifying thom that their
subscriptions aro about to expire. If
you will but take time to noto the
label you will observe that we send
you 52 statements during each year,
a? tho date of expiration appears op
posite your name on each paper.
-Tho many friends of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Perrin will rogret to learn
that thoy havo moved their home
from Seneca to Orangeburg, having
left Sonoca this morning. Mrs. Per
rin was before mnrrlago Miss Eunice
Macaulay and was ono of Walhalla's
most popular young ladles. Mr. Per
rin has been transferred to Orango
burg by the State Highway Commis
sion and will have charge of work in
that section o? tho State for several
mon Uhs.
gHIRLEY'S,
Has It
?ENECA,*
(Other locals on Fifth Page.)

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