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FOR SALE-Fordson Tractor; in
good condition. J. L. MOSER, Wal
halla, S. C., Rt? 1._3-tf
FOR SALK-Corn in the shuck at
market price. H. D. BIBMANN, Wnl
halla, S. C._46-tf
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
enB, S. C^ 26-tf
FOR HEN T-8 4 acres bf good
Farm Land, to good farmer. Good lo
cation. Apply to J. R. EARLE, Wal
halla, S. C._4-7_
WILL PAY 16c. pound for Hens;
25c. dozen for Eggs. See us before
you soil. SMITH'S MARKET, Wnl
halla, 8. C._4*
WANTED- Chickens, Eggs and
Hides. Best market prices, paid at
SMITH'S M'ARKET, Main St., Wal
halla, S. C._l-l?
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FOR SALE-Steak 20c lb.; Roast
lr? and 20c; Mixed Sausage 20c;
Llyer 20c; Stew Meat 10c. At THE
SMITH MARKET. Old Hotel Build
ing, Walhalla, s. C. 2-5*
POLAND URINA BOAR.-Thor
oughbred.-'Service offered to public
For fee, particulars, ole, soo or write
W. W. FOWLER, Walhalla, S. C..
Route 3. _ _2*3*__
FOR SALK-'House and Lot; six
rooms; electric lights. Next door to
Episcopal church, on Tugaloo St. Vor
particulars write MRS.-JAS. RllOLT,
Greenville, S. C.,Jtoute^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
particulars see W. C. HUGHS. 44-if
FOR SALE - One Horse, four
Mules, two One-horse Wagons, one
Two-horse Wagon, two Automobiles, j
For cash or on easy terms. T. E.
ALEXANDER, Walhalla, S. C 35-tf
FOUND - On Highway between
Walhalla and Mountain Rest, during
last July, Automobile Casing. Owner |
can' get same by proving property
and paying expenses. JOHN 9WOF
FORD, Mountain Rest, S. C. 2-5?
LOST-Two flve-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 get reward. ._49-tf
NICE, VALUABLE ACRE LOTS
for sale In the city of Walhalla by W.
J. Kelloy; located near tho Court1
House; from one hundred dollars up.
If you want a Lot nt a bargain now
is tho time to buy one. W. J. KEL
LEY, Walhalla, s. a_4*
FOR SAIiE OR RENT-63 % Acres
for sale, with good buildings and 25
Acres under cultivation. Also two
horso Wagon with six-year-old .Mule,
which weighs 1,000 pounds. .1. S.
SHEPPA'RD, care Tamassee Indus
trial School, Tamassee, S. C. 1-7*
MARETT'S IMPROVED WAN NA
MA KER CLEVELAND BIG BOLL
Cotton Seed, grown and improved in
Oconeo County. 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 tho seed ai
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. 49-4
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldin Street. Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackln,
P. O. Box 82, Anderson, S. C.
A Special Communication of Blue
rc?jK5W| Ridge Lodge, No. 92, A. F.
I 5j?f I M., will bo held Friday
liH i!i I night. Jan. 27th, 1922, at
Work In Second Degree. Visiting
J. B. S. DENDY, W. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (adv)
.J? ty ty ty ?J? ty ty ?j? ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ?j,
ty LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ty.
?-6G6 quickly relieves ? cold.-ad
--Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Long, on Jan. 20th, a daughter.
-For Salo-High class hard and
soft brick. Arthur Brown, Walhalla.
- Mrs. Geo. darrin, after spending
several weeks with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Alexander, roturned
last week to her homo in Asheville.
-IMonty of barb wire, caltle wiro
and poultry wire; also baling wire.
J. H. Alley, West Union, S. C.-adv.
-Mr. and Mrs. John IL Vorner
arc spending some timo In Florida
willi their daughter, Mrs. W. J. Hol
-'If you want to soil anything, we
buy lt. If you want to buy anything,
wo sell it. And we trade you sorvlco
for business. J. H. Alley, West Un
ion, S. C.-adv.-3-6.
-To prevent a cold take 666.-ad
-Miss Mary Cu Hinder, of Clover,
S. C., has accepted a position lu Rn*
Hill, and nor home for the present
will be In that city. (Miss Cul Under
ls well known to many in Oconce,
who are always interested In her.
-'Just received another car of
hay. If you need any feedstuff, we
have it, and our price ls right. J. H.
Alloy, WeBt Union, S. C.-adv.-3-0
-Geo. B. Whitten and family, who
have been residing at Newry for a
year or more, returned to this sec
tion last week and Mr. Whitten will
ongage in farming this year on his
place above Walhalla. Thoy have
i'timorous friends here who are glad
to welcome them back.
-Tomatoes-"Fancy" No. 2 cans,
10c; No. 1 cans, 15c. C. W. & J. E.
Bsuknlght, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
-Miss Ethel Counts returned to
Walhalla Monday, after having spent
some time with her family at Pros
perity, and visiting in other places in
the Siato. Thero are many in Ocouae
who \>rill gladly welcome the news of
her return to tho county, for she hus
greatly ondoared herself to tho wo
men and girls all over the county hy
her etllcient labors with them in tho
homo clubs and by her own person
-Special prices on men's hose
All $1 hose now 50c; all 76c. hose
now 35c.? nil 50c hose now 25c; ntl
35 and 50c. hose now 15c. C. W. &.
J. E. Bauknight. Walhalla.-adv.
-Mr. and '.Mrs. G. A. Norman ieft
Inst Monday for Buena Vista. Fla.,
whore they will bo for n time visit
ing Mr. Norman's sister, Mrs. R. Cal
laway. They will also visit a while
in Jacksonville. In which city Mrs,
Nellie 'Moore, another sister of Mr.
Norman, is residing. Mr. and Mrs.
Norman will spend a month or moro
in Florida, during which time Mr.
Norman will look after property In
terests held by him In that State.
-Boys' suits at half price.-$15
suits, $7.'50; $12.50 suits, $6,25;
$6 suits. $3. C. W. & J. E. Bauk
night, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
-Thero aro many who will learn
with regret that Mr .and Mrs. E. H.
Hayns will soon move to Greer,where
Mr. Haynes has been made manager
of a chain of stores operated by tito
Victor - Monaghan Company. Mr,
Haynes has boen manager of the V.
M. Company's store in Walhalla for
several years and has "made good,"
as is evidenced by his promotion tc
a similar position, in which, however
we understand, he will have active
oversight of a number of stores un
der the V.-M. Company's control. Ht
has been for several days at Greei
looking over the field, and will prob
ably be back and forth between Greei
and Walhalla until arrangements car
be made for a home at that place, ht
being unable to secure a house then
at present. Mr. and Mrs. Haynes havt
a host of friends here who will regre
exceedingly to seo them leave.
-For wagon timber, wagon tl rei
and buggy supplies see our stock. Wt
trade you service for business. J. II
Alley, West Union, S. C.-adv.-36
-Miss Georgie VanDiviere left
last Saturday for Savannah, Ga.
where she will be the guest of hei
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. ant
Mrs. L. R. VanDiviere. While in Sn
vannah Miss VanDiviere will attem
the wedding of her niece, Miss Mar
gie VanDiviere, to 'McCurry Neville
of West Union, the wedding to tak'
place on Jan. 28th. The bride-elec
is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs
L,. R. VanDiviere and is a young lad;
of beauty and charm. She is wei
known In Walhalla, having spent i
largo portion of hor summers here
The groom-to-bo is the youngest soi
of the late Mr. and Mrs. John C. Nev
Hie. and is a prosperous young busl
ness man. The Courier joins with
host of other friends in offering, li
advance of the happy event, heart
congratulations and best wishes t
the young couple.
-Try our hair nets-better tba
most 15c. nets-only 10c. C. W. ?
J. E. Bauknight, Walhalla.-adv.
-Thoro is no home in Walhall
moro beautifully adapted to a larg
party than tho lovely new residene
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Darby. Th!
was proven last Friday aftornooi
whon Mrs. Darby entertained th
Paul Hayno Circle. Tho attendant:
of members was splendid and th
meeting was an unusually piensan
ono. The president, Mrs. C. W. Bank
night, called tho meoting to ordei
and an interesting program was ren
tiered, composed of readings by Mrs
'Hamilton, Mrs. George Ansel an.
.Mrs. W. D. .Moss. At the close of th
business sosslon thc hostess enter
fained her guests with a clever con
test, answers to words ending ii
"ants." Mrs. George Ansel was for
t?nate in winning the prize, a lovel
cake plato, while the consolation fol
to Mrs. Chas. Hotrlck. Tho hostess
assisted by Mrs. Bell and Miss Stro
thor, served a delicious salad cours
at tho close of tho afternoon.
- Rub-My-Tism, a pain killer.-a?
5? . v . t
-Se* our glove silk hone. <J. W.
& J. H. Bauknight, Walhalla.-adv.
-Mr?. W. O. MOM and children
spent, tho. past week-end in Anderdon
visiting at the home of 'Mrs. (Moss's
sister, .Mrs* Xvii. Andersorf,
-666 cures bilious fever.-adv.
-Miss Emmie A.hsel, who is en
gaged in touching in the Fairview
school, spent the' woek-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ansel, of
-Cream Loaf dour, per barrel,
$7.75. C. W. & J. Bauknight.-adv
-Born, unto Mr. find Mrs. Clyde
.Brown, on Sunday last, Jan. 22, a
daughter. Any friends desiring to
communicate with the young lady
should address her as "Miss Crace
-Citron, dates, currants, raisins,
at cost. C. \V. & J. E. -Bauknight.
-Richardson & Jordan, proprie
tors of The Star Theatre, Seneca, on
lost Monday presented at The Star
Theatre, Walhalla, a very charming
screen creation, entitled "Two
Weeks," with Constance Talmadgo In
loading role, supported by a cast such
as only the Paramount pictures fur
nish. lt was a delightful picture,
clean and chaste In every particular,
and it was unfortunate that the first
presentation by tho new management
came on a night that was so inclem
ent os to keep many away, The usual
Thursday night picture will be pre
sented Thursday (to-morrow) under
tho management of James Wilson,
this feature to be starred by Frank
T. Morey, who presents "The Gaunt
let," and is supported by a splendid
cast. This, we understand, will he
the last picture presented under Mr.
Wilson's management, unless, per
haps, the usual 'Saturday entertain
ments. Richardson & Jordan have
taken over Mr. Wilson's Star Theatre
hore as of date Feb. 1st, and will be
gin their regular management next
Monday, presenting at that time the
popular star, Mary Pickford, In "The
Heart of' the Hills," said to be ono
of .Mary Pickford's very best produc
tions. From next 'Monday on Rich
ardson & Jordan will continue The
every-nlght presentations, with ?he
exception of Wednesdays (prayer
meeting nights at the churches.) The
same high standard of service as has
characterized the presentations at
their Seneca thoatre will be main
tained for the Walhalla play house.
Richardson & Jordan inform us that
they have arranged a very high class
hooking for Walhalla, and they are
going to endeavor to give otfr people
entertainment such as will appeal at I
once to the hearty approval.'Of lovers
of clean entertainment and command
a liberal patronage.
?A good flour 9 0c. per 24-pound
ck. C. W. &J. E. Bauknight.-adv
Miss Marlon Hetrlck, of Green
ville, speni. the past week-end in Wal-i
halla with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. F, Hetrlck.
-To break a cold take 666.-adv
-The 'Civic League will hold al
meeting on Thursday afternoon, Jan.
26th, (to-morrow) at 3 o'clock, at
the Rest Room over C. W. Pltchford's
store. All members are urged to be
-All Queen Quality shoes worth
from $15 to $7.50. now only $5. C.
W. & J. E. Bauknight, Walhalla.-ad
-Rev. L. W. Langston wishes us I
to announce that there will be the |
regular preaching soi vices, both in
the morning and at night, at tho
usual hours for these services, on
next Sunday, the 29th, at the Baptist!
church. This hoing the fifth Sunday,
Rev. Langston feared that his con
gregation might overlook the ser
vices, hence this announcement. A
cordial welcome awaits all.
-G66 cures chills and fever.-adv
-Tho motion picture of tho pa
geant, "The Keowee Trail," which
was presented at the High School
Auditorium last Friday night for the
benefit of the Civic League, was ra
ther a disappointment from a finan
cial standpoint, only $12 hoing real
ized. Tho Inclement weather kept
many away who would otherwise
-See our bargain tables of shoes.
C. W. & J. E. Bauknight, Walhalla.
-X. B. Crooks, of Oconee, has
been paroled by tho Governor, the
papers In the enso having reached
Walhalla last Saturday night. He
was convicted at the'November,1919,
term of court, tor Oconee. being tried
in his absence, convicted and a sealed
sentence left. He has since been re
siding In Alabama. On last Frlady,
Jan. 20, Governor Cooper signed a
parole for Crooks, during good be
havior. Crooks was convicted of vio
lation of tho liquor laws of this State.
-Star soap, IO cakes for 25c. C.
W. & .1. IO. Bauknight, Walhalla.-ad
- Marriod, on Wednesday, Jan. 18,
by P. L. Green, notary public, at his
rosidenco al Salem, Mrs. Lena'Nix, of
Salem, and 'Major Murphree, of Pick
ens. Only a few friends wltnossed
tho ceromony. Immediately after tho
marriage the happy young couple left
for IMckons, their future homo. Mrs.
Murphree is a dnughtor of .Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Sloan. Sho has quite al
wldo circlo of friends in Oconee. ns!
she was a groat favorite in her sot.
Mr. Murphree ls a son of tho Into
Henry iMurphreo, of thc. Pall Creek
section, and is now engaged in busi
ness in IMckons. Wo Join wjth othera
in wishing for the young couple that
they may bo blessed w.th Abundant
happiness and prosperity through
'. n-fJ 6 6. cutes malarial fever.-adv.
* -Yesterday (Tuesday) Walhalla
was visited by tho 'first snow of the
winter, barring one Or 'two light
attempts, whleh resulted in nothing
more than a few stray flakes falling,
The ground was very wet yesterday,
however, and, though a considerable
amount of snow fell during the dav,
practically none remained visible,
melting almost as soon as lt touched
the ground. The indications are very
favorable for some real winter wea
ther from now on.
! -Just received, case new spring
ginghams. Only 20c. per yard. C. W.
& J. E. Bauknight, Walhalla.-adv.
Flt A NIC DuPRJfl, THE PEACHTREE
Bandit, to bo Arraigned this Week In
A M ? nt a-Nativo of Abbeville.
Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 23.-The trial
of Frank B. 'DuiPre, the now noted
"Peachtree bandit," will in all prob
ability be begun during this week,
the Solicitor nnd attorneys for thc
defense having both announced tl/it
they would be ready to go to trial
with the case any time after Tues
Du Pre is a native of Abbeville, S.
C., and bis father arrived in this city
the latter part of last week to render
what assistance be could to bis son
in bis sad plight.
DuPre is about 20 years of ago
and a young follow of good appear
ance, though those who havo mado
a careful study of bis features de
clare that they are those of one of
weak moral stamina.
Du Pre ls charged with murder and
several cases of robbery are charged
up to him. the principal case, how
ever, being tho Peachtree street jew
elry 8toro robbery, which was com
mitted Dec. I'S th, when DuPre asked
a salesman in a jewelry storo to let
him examine a diamond ring, and as
the gem was handed to him ho
snatched lt and made a dash for the
street. A detective attempted to stop
him and DU Pre fired, killing the de
tective almost Instantly. Further in
the chase for tho robber, after en
tering the lobby of tho Kinball House
DuPre again was In close quarters,
and, without taking his hands from
his overcoat pocket, shot at and seri
ously wounded City Comptroller
West. The latter has almost com
pletely recovered from his wounds,
and will be able lo attend the trial
of his would-be murderer.
The general opinion in this city
is that DuPre will pay with his life
for his crime of murder, though no
inconsiderable sentiment Is also felt
in some quarters that his youth will
have the effect of bringing with the
verdict of guilty a recommendation
for mercy, which would moan impris
onment for life.
He will not be permitted, of course
to plead guilty to murdor, but, hav
ing admitted that he is the one who
perpetrated the robbery and shot the
detective, the result of the trial is
a foregone conclusion, and the only
question Involved is as to whetehr
he shall die on the gallows or spend
the remainder of his days behind the
bars of the Georgia penitentiary.
The feature that will, despite the
youth of the criminal, operate to pre
vent his receiving at the hands of a
jury a recommendation to the mercy
of the court, Is the ever-present pos
sibility of his receiving a pardon. It
is not felt that there should be the
least possibility of his ever again be
ing at liberty.
DuPre remained at large for ex
actly one month, and the search for
him had begun to take on nation
wide aspects, when he was arrested
by the police of Detroit, Mich., after
he had been trailed to Norfolk, Cin
cinnati and other places, the trail
becoming lost to the local authori
ties in Norfolk, though there was at
no time any doubt but that he would
be taken. The problem that con
fronted the detectives and police was
concerned only with tho number of
days or weeks that the wily young
ster could cover his tracks and re
main at large.
The "girl in the case," who at
first asserted that she was from a
Northern city, where her father was
living, and that her mother was In
a .Southern city dying of tuberculo
sis, has turned out to be Elizabeth
Guest, of Gainesville, Ga. Her father
and mother are residing In that town
and the father is here to do what ho
can for his daughter. Sho gave her
name as Betty Andrews, but her real
name is Betty Anderson, she being
married. Her husband, E. J. Ander
son, of Atlanta, has Instituted suit
for total divorce from her. She had
deserted him, ho charges, in the lat
ter part of November, and her rela
tions with young Du'Pre were such
that the husband has filed his suit
for total divorce, naming DuPre as
corespondent In tho case.
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-8.
lO.l? a. m.-"The Training of Our
Young People"--.!. H. Brown and
J. Li. Willis.
11 a.m.-"A Missionary Campaign
of Our Association"-J. W. Willis,
Rev. tt, H. Kaines, Dr. Ira E. D. An
1 2 m.-'Dinner.
I p. m.-'"Growing in Graco" or
"More Consecration"-'Rev. George
Smith, Rev. Jones and Dr. W. A.
10 a. m.-<B. Y.'P. U. and Sunday
School Work-jProf. 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
Maine factorios tum out about 1,
000,000,000 spools a year, valued at
"mm woo LOOK? BBfOBM ma uurm anuw orcntMi BOMB* ro* BMBM><
Make this the last repair job
on that one spot."
That's about the soundest advice we can hand
out to the man who lias some repair jobs ahead
of him. Also this, don't just order "some
lumber." Ask for decay-defying
THE WOOD ETERNAL
Then you'll be playing safe and getting your
money s worth-plus. No more annoying,exoensive
repairs during your lifetime, or afterward. Cypress
is "the most ever-lasting lumber that ever grew."
Maybe your job won't call for the highest grade.
All right. Then you want one of the lower grades
-"just the thing for the case in hand." Your
lumber dealer will know. Ask him. He'll say
"Buy the Grade That Fits the Job"
and help you to make the right selection.
Write us for list of FREE PLANS for fnrm buildings-but in
the meantime insist on "CYPRESS and no substitutes" from
your local lumber dealer-no matter for what purpose you buy.
Southern Cypress Mfrs/Assn.
200 Graham Building,
JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA.
YOUR LOCAL D ti ALER WILL SUPPLY YOU. IF HE
HASN'T ENOUGH CYPRESS LET US KNOW A T ONCE.
Io?l?t on TldU
- y ou can identify
lt by thU mark >
NOTICE TO DEBTORS ANO
All porsons Indebted to the Estate
of Otto Kaufmann, Deceased, aro
heroby notified to make payment
to the undersigned, and all persons
having claims against said Estate
will present the same, duly attested,
within #the time prescribed by law.
or be barred.
'MISS HELENA C. KAUFMANN,
Executlrx of the Estate of Otto Kauf
Jan. 25, 1922. 4-7
FOR COUNTY PHYSICIAN.
At the next meeting of the County
Advisory Board, ('Feb. 3d, 1922,)
applications will be received for the
position of County Physician for
Oconee County for tho ensuing year.
This o file o pays a salary of $260.00
a year. Any one desiring further In
formation can confer with the Super
visor. J. C. SHOCKLEY,
Jan. ll, 1922. 2-6
The State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.-(In Coi:?*t ot
Probate.)-By V. F. Martin, Judge
of Probate.-'Whereas, Ottie Burriss
and W. H. McJunkin havo made suit
to me to grant them Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate of and Ef
fects of M. H. 'McJunkin, Deceased
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said M. H. Mc
Junkin, Deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court ot
Probate, to be held at Walhalla Court
House, South Carolina, on Tuesday,
the 31st day of January, 1922, after
publication hereof, to show cause, if
an,y they have, why the said Admin
istration should .not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this
16th day of January, A. D. 1922.
(Seal.) V. F. MARTIN,
Judge of Probate for Oconee County,
.Published on the 18th and 25th
days of January, 19 22, In The Keo
wee Courier, and on the Court House
door for the time prescribed by law.
Jan. 18, 1922. 3-4
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.