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FOR RENT-Cood Farm. Apply
10 w- O- WH'ITB, Walhalla, S. C. 3*
FOR SA I iE-Fordson Tractor; In
good condition. J. L. MOS-ER, Wal
halla, S. C., Rt. 1._3-tf
FOR SALE-One fresh Milch Cow
and Calf; seven Pigs. W. D. MOSS,
Walhalla, -S. C._2-_
ONE NICE COW for sale. Apply
to W. M. BROOM, Walhalla, Route
3, near Phinney's Station. 2-3?
FOR SALE^-Corn in tho shuck at
market price. H. D. RIEMANN, Wal
halla, S. C. _46-tf
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
en?, S. 0: 26-tf
LOST -Ono Stephenson Scout 22
Rifle on Tamnssoe Road. Finder please
return to me and receive reward. F. B,
OJCLKERS, Walhalla, S^C._lt
WANTED-A First Class Shingle
Sawyer, at once. Come with recom
mendation. .1. F. "POWELL, Willis
ton. S. C._3*
WANTED- Chickens, Eggs and
Hide?, liest market prices, paid at
SMITH S MARKET, Main St., Wal
halla, S. C._l-l*
NOTICE.- Tho Keowec Courier is
in position to handle subscriptions
to all tho leading periodicals. We
will appreciate your business.
FARM WANTED - Wanted, to
hear from owner of a Farm for ?ale.
'(?ive lowest price and full particu
lars. L. JONES, Box ?.")!, Olney,
LEFT-In some house in Wal
halla, hy Fuller Representative, a
piece of Velvet with nanto "Fuller"
sewed on it. Finder leave at Keowec
Courier Ofllce, Walhalla, S. C. 3
FOR SALE-Steak 20c lb.; Roast
15-iand 20c; Mixed Sausage 2 0c;
Liver 20c; Stew Meat 10c. At TIL'S
SMITH MARKET, Old Hotel Ruild
ing, Walhalla, S. C._2-5 *
POLAND CHINA BOAR.-Thor"
ougbJbred.--Service offered to public.
For fee, particulars, etc., see or write
W. W. FOWLER, Walhalla, S. C..
Route 3. 2-3*
FOR SALE-(House, and Lot; six
rooms; electric lights. Next door to
Episcopal church, on Tugaloo St. For
particulars write MRS. JAS. RHOLT,
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 one acre. For
tparticulars see W. C. HUGHS. 44-if
FOR SALE - One Horse, 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
FOUND-On Highway between
Walhalla and .Mountain Rest, during
inst. July, Automobile Casing. Owner
can get same by proving property
and paying expenses. JOHN SWOF
FORI). Mountain Rest. S. t\ J-.'.r
liOST-Two five-gallon Oil Cans,
between Burnt Tanyard and Green's
Store, Salem. Return to ORREN'S
STORE, 1SSAQUE.NA FILLING STA
TION or WEST UNION OIL MILL,
and get reward. -10-1?
WANTED-All your Poultry and
Eggs. Rei Hess of what you ure
offered, see me before you sell, or
write me and I will come to your
home and get them. RICHARD OEL
KERS, the Up-town Man, Walhalla,
fi. C._ 3
MARETT'S IMPROVED WANNA
MAKER CLEVELAND BIG BOLL
Cotton Seed, grown and Improved lu
Oconee County. Special attention to
earliness. No top crop picked. Gin
ned on privato gin, for maximum
purity. Our farms made $1 1,322.00,
net, this year, counting the .seed ai
ordinary prices, or 3 5 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 0-1
BT. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Matildln Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .0.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon. 10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackie,
P. O. Box 82. Anderson. S. C.
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---Fresh .sandwiches daily at Shir
ley's Seneca. S. C.-adv.-2-3.
-Miss .lanie Neville is spending
a few days in Atlanta with relatives
- Plenty of barb wire?, cattle wire
and poultry wire; also haling wire.
J. 11. Alley. West Union, S. C.-adv.
-The two small sons of Mr. and
Mrs. M. R. McDonald havo been eon
time with Mrs. Pinkham's mother,
of chicken pox for the past week. We
are glad to report, however, that
they are both well on tho road to re
- See tho Keowoe Trail on Jan.
20th at the Walhalla High School
Auditorium, with a three-reel com
edy. You cannot fail to he both In
fested and entertained. Admission
and 35 cents. Continuous per?
.?romance from 7 p. m.- adv.
-If you want to sell anything, we
buy lt. If you want to buy anything,
we sell lt. And we trade you service
for business. J. H. Alley, West Un
ion, S. C.-adv.-3-0.
-Mr. and Mrs. A. <D. 'Pinkham, of
New York city, are spending some
time wlwth Mrs. Plnkham's mother,
Mrs. L. T. Simmons, in Walhalla.
They have visited Walhalla before
and have numerous friends here who
aro glad lo welcome them to our
-The Keowee Trail, the pageant
that thrilled thousands in Greenville
on Armistice Day, in motion pictures
at the Walhalla High Sehuoi Audito
rium, Frlady of this week, Jan. 20.
'tte sure and see it.-adv.
-Tho Paul Hayne Circle held Its
first meeting of the new year at the
homo of Mrs. John Ansel on Jan. 6.
Sixteen members answered to roll
call. The literary, program for the
afternoon was an interesting one,
comprising readings by Mrs. Deudy
and M rs. Illetrlck, followed by a solo
beautifully sung by Mrs. Vernor, ac
companied on the piano by Mrs.
Pitchford. During the social hour
the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Geo.
Ansel and Mrs. Verner, served a deli
cious sweet course. '
-Just received another car of
hay. If you need any feedstuff, wo
have lt, anil our price ls right. J. H.
Alley, West Union, S. C.-ndv.-3-ti
-'Henry Ford ls thc groat price
reducer of America, in this issue of
The Courier will be found the an
nouncement of tho Piedmont .Motor
Co., of Walhalla, local distributers
of 'Ford cars, in which it will be
noted that the new price on the Ford
touring car is $31S. with other styles
reduced in proportion. This makes
the touring car $2 below tho pre-war
price, which was $350. N'oie tho
new schedule of prices, which, of
course, are f.o.b. Detroit. Added to
(he prices quoted will bo freight
charges and war tax.
-.Hot coffee at Shirley,s, Seneca,
-W. A. Grant and R. C. Carter
spent Monday afternoon and night in
Spartanhurg attending a get-together
meeting and banquet of the Ford
dealers of this section of-the State.
The occasion was In celebration of
the fact that the Charlotte division
of the 'Ford sales aggregation wac
successful during the past month3 in
disposing of the largest per cent of
Ford cars allotted to them. Tho De
troit division was second in this con
test and New York third. Messrs.
Grant and Carter stayed over in
Spartanhurg in order to hear Billy
Sunday on 'Monday night. The trip
was a delightful one and greatly en
joyed by the representatives of tho
Piedmont .Motor Co. of Walhalla,
who have a record themselves thai
is quite enviable for putting out Ford
cars, their allotment, being almost
always sold as fast as received.
--For wagon timber, wagon tires
and buggy supplies see our stock. We
trade you service for business. J. H.
Alley, West Union, S. C.-adv.-36
- .Married, on Sunday, Jan. 15th,
at high noon, by D. A. Smith, deputy
Clerk of Court, at his residence al
Walhalla, Miss Pauline Herring, of
Seneca, and Lewis Westmoreland, of
Greenville. They motored to Wal
halla in company with tho bride's
sister and brother. Miss 'Mittie Lou
'Herring and Ray Herring, who wit
nessed tho ceremony. Immedlate'y
after the ceremony the happy young
couple left for Greenville, their fu
ture home. .Mrs. Westmoreland is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Her
ring, who live at Seneca, and who
.for a number of years lived in the
Tokeena section of this county. She
has quite a large number of friends
in Oconee, as she was a great favor
ite in her set. Mr. Westmoreland is
a son of J. H. Westmoreland, of
flteenville, and Ls engaged in elec
trical work with his father. We Join
with others in thc wish for the young
couple thai they may be blessed with
abundant happiness and prosperity
- Mot chocolate at Shirley's Sen
eca, S. C. -adv.-2-3.
---The announcement of the death
of two highly respected colored peo
ple of Walhalla will be received with
genuine regret by white and colored
people alike in Oconeo wherever they
were known. Philip /Mattlson, Well
known to (ho people of Oconee, he
having been ono of the prominent
and well-to-do colored men of this
section, died nt his home, Just cut
of Walhalla, on Saturday, Jan. 11th,
and was buried on Sunday afternoon,
tho 12th, large crowds attending tho
funeral, for he was woll known tb
our colored population and held tho
respect of all. Ho had been in poor
health for several years, having suf
fered a partial stroko of paralysis,
which rendered him incapable of
continuing tho active life to which ho
was accustomed as a farmer. Ho wa.i
about 00 years of age and leavos his
wlfo and several children to mourn
his death. * ? ! ! Ono of tho sad
I dost deaths wo have heard of receni
ly In this seo tipn waa that of Bollo
MdFall, who was found unconscious
on Main street (West End) en Tues
day evening ?f last week/ Shortlyuf
tor 6 o'oloek, ;by her husband, Wm.
"JWEall, who' was returning to his
homo from down-town. Belle had
boen at a home of her white employ
ore and was returning to her own
home after having finished tho work
of the day. When she got to what is
known ns the old Ephraim Cobb lots
she sank to the ground, exhausted
and almost unconscious, and was un
able to rise. Some 'hour and-a half
later William iMOFall, coming from
his work, discovered her prostrate
form. She had been lying there In
a cold rain, and inquiry from her
husband as to what was the matter
elicited only the scarcely audible re
sponse, "1 Just gave Out." She was
taken to the home, only a few hun
dred yards distant, where everything
possible was done for her, 'but with
out benefit, and she died Wednesday
morning last about ll o'clock. Belle
.MePall was one of the young colored
women of the old school-industri
ous, courteous and Jealous,of her
reputation at all times, leading an
exemplary life and having the high
est respect of all, white and colored
alike. Wo have heard m?re expres
sions of sincere regret at the occur
rence of tho two deaths above re
ferred to than to any we recall at the
passing ol colored citizens. Their re
moval from the community 'by tho
hand of death has made a profound
and sorrowful impression on all who
knew thom. Belle McFall was about
40 years of age and is survived by
her husband and other relatives. She
was a daughter of a formers-pastor
of the colored Methodist chtirch here
whoso name we do not now recall.
Tho funeral took place last Thursday
and the interment was made in Flat
Rock cemetery, as was ainu that of
-Go to Shirley's, Seneca, S. C.,
for hot or cold drinks.-adv.-2-3.
-At The Star Theatre Thursday
(to-morrow) -. Colone Griffith In
'-Bab's Candidate." Don't miss this
clever picture. It ls sure to entertain
and interest you.
-666 cures malarial fever.-adv.
-"We are requested to announce
that there will be a business meeting
of the Rocky Knoll B.Y.P.U. at the
home of Mrs. R. J. Snolgrove next
Friday night, Jan. 20th, at 7 o'clock.
>A11 members are urged to be present
at this meeting.
-The Keowee Trail and a three
reel comedy, 'benefit of the Civic
League, at the Walhalla High School
Auditorium, Friday of this week,Ja?.
2,0, at 7 p. m. Admission 15. and Sf>
Cents. Don't miss it.-adV. \^,<jL,,,
. -Tho Parsonage Aid goclery Of
the Methodist church (Walhalla)
will meet fo-morrow (Thursday) af
ternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Jas.
M. 'Moss. All members are urged io
be present, as business of import
ance will be discussed.
-The best lino of cigars in town,
at Shirley's, Seneca, S. C.-adv.-2-3.
?-'Horn, unto Air. and Mrs. Karl
Harris, of Wauchulla, Fla., on Dec.
20th, a daughter. Mrs. Harris before
marriage was Miss Carrie Grant, of
Walhalla, and has many friends in
thisvsection who will be glad to learn
of the advent of Utile Esta Lucille
Into the home.
-^-Seo the Keowee Trail in motion
picture at the Walhalla High School
Auditorium on Friday, Jan. 20. Ad
mission, 15 and 35 cents.-adv.
-Wo are requested to announce
that Rev. J. F. Fowler will preach at
New Liberty Baptist church on tho
fourth Sunday, Jan. 22, at ll a. m.
Tho Sunday school at that place ls
progressing nicely, and all the peo
ple of the community are invited to
attend and help make thc Sunday
school one of the best In the State.
-To break a cold tako 666.-adv
-On another pago of this Issue
will 'be found tho advertisement'of
Caro-Vet Egg Producer. The manu
facturers announce a reduction of
tho price of their product, but their
letter reached us too late for the cor
rection to be made In their adver
tisement. Purchasers will take note
of the fact that the price has been
reduced from 80 cents to .".II cents
-Rub-My-Tism, a pain killer.-ad
--At tho directors' meeting of tho
'Bank of Walhalla, which was held
yesterday, tho 17th, the following
officers were elected: W. L. Verner,
president; Dr. J, W. Bell, vice presi
dent; S. L. Verner, cashier; Lewis C.
Harrison, assistant cashier; George
Kaufmann, toller. W. L. Vernor ten
dered his resignation as cashier and
was elevated to tho presidency. Ills
resignation was due to the fact that
he desired to relinquish the more
active duties of cashier, ho having
hold that position ever since the
?Hank of Walhalla was organized and
held the same position previously,
when tho institution was a private
bank. The entire board of directors
was re-elected. Tho Hank of Wal
halla is in linc condition, and 1922
gives promise of being a most suc
cessful one, with tho bank In position
to render Its customers every reason
able business accommodation.
-To prevent n cold take 666.-ad
-Tho Keowee Trail, the histori
cal pageant of this section, which
was staged in Greenville on Armis
tice 'Day, and which created State
wide- we might almost say nation
wide-notice for tho magnificence
and stupendousness of its presenta
tion, will be shown In motion ple
turofl ni the Walhalla High School
Auditorium on Friday of this week,
beginning al 7 o'clock. There will be
a continuous performance, and in
connection with this picture a three
! reel comedy will 'bo shown, Tho pris?
?JIN . j mm ,
of admission will be 15 And 35 cte.
You cannot Afford to miss thia super
attraction. The presentation ls under
the auspices and for the benefit of
the Civic League of Walhalla and is
deserving ot your liberal patronage.
The members of the Civic League
aie at some expense to procure this
wonderful offering, and through the
courtesy of Manager James Wilson,
of The Star Theatre, they are ena
bled to secure a first-class picture
machine with which to project this
beautiful and historical feature, "it
should be of deep interest to the
people not only of Walhalla, but of
tho entire surrounding country. Re
member, therefore, the date-'Fri
day, Jan. 20th. The hour for the
.first show will be 7 o'clock, and con
tinuously thereafter for two complete
presentations. The Keowee Trail is
said to be a wonderful picture with
abundant local color. Don't let any
thing Interfere with your being pres
ent at one of the performances.
OENECA,- ?-Has It
Notes from Fairfield Section.
West Union. R.F.'D. No. 1, Jan. 1?.
- Speeiftl; The Fairfield Graded
.School is progressing nicely under
the management of Melton L. Lusk,
principal, and Misses Anna Southa.d
and Lurleen (Blair, assistants.
(Miss Janie Lipscomb, of near Wal
halla, ls visiting relatives In Green
ville this week.
Miss Mary Lou 'Reid hus return
ed home from a short visit to her
grandmother, Mrs. S. K. Thompson,
'Misses Southard and Blair have
returned to their school duties after
a short visit to homefolks in North
Carolina and Georgia, respectively,
during the holidays. They were ac
companied to bur community by Miss
Southard's sister, Miss Virginia.
We are glad to learn of the im
provement of Mrs. .lanie Nicholson
after such a long illness. She ls an
aged lady who resides at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. J. D. Vissage.
The Fairfield 'Rural "School Im
provement iA"iodation met last Fri
day, Jan. 13, and a most enjoyable
program was admirably carried out.
The entertainment provided was verv
much enjoyed by a large attendance.
.Mr. and Mrs. Melton Lusk, In com
pany with "Misses Antin Southard and
.Miss Virginia Southard and Miss
Lurleen 'Blair, motored to Seneca on
Saturday, and were among those who
attended the teachers' meeting held
at the Seneca High School Auditor
Lawrence T. Bell, who moved with
his family lo Waldo, Fla., some time
ago, reports conditions favorable in
'Pncua, Fla., though living costs are
somewhat higher than In South Car
olina. He says the "weather Is fine
down there-and so lt ls up here Just
at present, especially on the fellow
who may have a fine ho>-? to kill
The Fairfield Rural School Im
provement Association will hold Its
next meeting on Friday, Jan. 27th, at
.3, o'clock. The program will be a
good one. Let nil attend the meeting
nnd show nn interest In Vhe school.
-666 cures chills and fever.-adv
Tho Fifth Sunday Meeting.
Following is the program of the
fifth Sunday meeting at Beaverdam
Baptist church, to be held on Satur
day and Sunday, Jan. 28 and 29:
10 a. m.-Devotional service-S.
10.15 a. m.-"The Training of Our
Young People"-J. H. Brown and
J. L. Willis.
11 a.m.-"A 'Missionary Campaign
of Our Association"-J. W. Willis,
Rev. L. H. Raines, Dr. Ira K. D. An
I p. m.-."Growing in Grace" or
"More Consecration"-Rev. George
Smith, Rev. Jones and Dr. W. A,
10 a. m.-IB. Y.'P. U. and Sunday
School Work-'Prof. 'Elliott, Rev. C.
II a. m.-Sermon - Rev. M. J.
Ira E. D. Andrews,
'K. W. Marett,
T. D. Marett,
J .H. Brown,
Rub-My-Tism for rheumatism.-ad
Rainfall and Temp?rature.
Below Is a record of meteorological
observations taken by H. W. Brandt,
co-operative observer of the Weather
Bureau of the U. S. Department of
Agriculture, during the week ending
January 15, 1022, at 7 p. m. (The
Instrumental readings are from gov
ernment standard Instruments ex
posed In tho manner recommended
by the chief of the Weather Bureau) :
I cc I
1 0-Cloudy . .
13- 'Ptly cldy.
-666 quickly rolioves a cold.-ad
Box Supper at Tugaloo Academy.
There will bo a box supper at Tu
galoo Academy school house on Sat
urday night, Jan. 21st, at 8 o'clock,
for tthe bonefit of tho R. S. I. A. of
Tugnloo school. Cake, hot coffee
and hot chocolate will bo served ox
Ira, (lome, ono and all. *
Tho school will render a short and
S. L. Powell, Secy.
-066 cures bilious fevor.-adv.
'. '? 1 ? 1 ' 1 1 : " -Z: ' . ' '.y. .- .
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" Dollar-Stretching Days.0
If you intend to put up a building
or have a repair'job afield ot you, you'll be
wise if you promptly decide to use genuine
"THE WOOD ETERNAL
It's common knowledge with people who are
posted that Cypress buildings provide poor
^ picking for people who enjoy repair jobs.
Cypress averts repair bills.
Maybe your work. won't need the higher
grades of Cypress. So much the better for
Your lumber dealer knows what's what. Tell
him what you intend to build or repair, and,
"The grade you need is the grade you'll get."
These are "dollar-stretching" days with prudent people.
And don't worry. You'll not be sacrificing everlasting
ness by using the lower grades of "Tid'eWater" Cypress.
Buy it by the trade-mark, shown below, on every board
Write us for list, of FREE PLANS for farm buildings.
Southern Cypress Mfrs/Assn.
200 Graham Building,
JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA.
YOUR LOCAL DEALER WILL SUPPLY YOU. IF HE
HASN'T ENOUGH CYPRESS LET US KNOW A T ONCE.
In,?st on "Tido
- MU <?n identify
it by thia murki
Notes from Isshquceiia.
welcome visitor in this coimnunl'.y a
few days ago.
Walhalla, R.F.D. 2, Jan. 1 G.-Spo- j Mrs. Dock Vaughn has ueen very
dal: We are glad to note the great, ill for tho past few days. We are
improvement of our school. We have J, glad to report, however, that she is
added ono new room, painted the j much better at this time,
entire building and are digging a Little Miss Mull ie Cantrell, of
well in the school yard. We have 100 I Newry, is, visiting her grandmother,
pupils on the roll and are expecting j Mrs. Thomas Hunnicutt.
more. Two of our teachers-MisseB
Nina \Abbott and Mae Buchanan
visited in Seneca Saturday.
Miss Myrtle Vaughn gave a sing
ing Friday evening. Every one pres
ent reported a good time.
R. A. Craig is remodeling his resi
W. E. Bowers, of Salem, ls visit
ing his son, J. D. Bowers, and fam
ily, of this community.
John 'McGuire and family have
moved to Seneca. We regret thetr
departure from our midst.
Claude Pannel, of Toccoa, was a
Oconoo iiinning Figures.
Seneca, Jan. 16.-Special: There
were 21,746 bales of cotton, count
ing round as half bales, ginned in
Oconee county from the crop of 1921
prior to Jan. 1, 19 22, as compared
with 2 0,8 91 'bales ginned to Jan. 1,
1921. John C. Sanders,
Statistician for Oconee Co.
(Apothecaries' ?bills were exceed
ingly high in the 17th century.
The original potato was the size of
Avery Chilled Plows
Oliver Chilled Plows
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
J. W. BYRD,
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. *