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ONE CENT A WORD
(Small advertisements ander
this beading Inserted at rate ot
one cent a word per Insertion.
Four Insertions for price of
three.)
(NOTICE.-No advertisement ac
cepted for this column for loss than
15 cents, one insertion.)
FOR SALK - Pure Rhode Island
Red Eggs, $1.00 for 15. MRS. J. J.
THODE, Walhalla, S. C. ' ll*
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C._26-tt
FOR SAKE-<I offer 'for salo one
Bedstead, same being sold for ertor
oge charges. At homo of W. L.
COBB, Westminster, S. C. 8-11*
FOR SAUC-Early variety Cotton
Seed that gets ahead of the boll wee
vil. Seo W. L. VERNER, Walhalla,
s. c._6-ff
NOTICE.-The Keowoe Courier is
In position to handle subscriptions
to all tho lending periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business._
FOR RENT - Ono or Two-horse
Farm, 2% miles from Walhalla; one
good Dwolllng and Outbuildings. Ap
J?ly to J. C. HOOD, West Union, S.
C., Route 1._ll*
FOR SALE - One Aero Lot with
throo-room Cottage; known' ns tho
Jim Smith place. For information
apply to BANK OP WEST UNION,
S. C. 8-11*
"roiivND~CH I NA BOAR.-Thor
oughbred.-.Service offered to public.
For feo, particulars, etc., seo or write
W. W. FOWLER, Walhalla, S. C..
Route 3._2-3*
FOR SALE - House and Lot in
town of Walhalla, on northeast cor
ner of College and ErvIn streets. Has
six rooms; lot contains one aero. For
particulars see W. C. HUQHS. 44-tt
IMPROVED PORTO RICO Potato
Plants-5,000, $7.50; 10,000, $14;
20,000, $26.00; 100,000, $100.00.
April, May and June shipment. Cash
with order. Satisfaction guaranteed.
!LE- HOLLIS, Baxley, Qa. 11-18*
??Ei ICE I ICE!-If it is Ice you
want, I am now ready to give you
the boat of service. Large and small
orders solicited. The same old Ice
Man who served you last year. C. 'II.
ALEXANDER, Walhalla Mill Store,
Walhalla, S. C., Phone 17. ll*
FOR BALK-10.000,000 Porto
Rico Sweet Potato and Red Beauty
Tomato Plants, $1.60 per 1,00*0. Cab
bage and Onion Plants, $1.00 per
1,000, all f.o.b. Prompt shipment;
large orders special price. DORRIS
PLIANT CO., Valdosta, Ga. 11-14*
CLERKS - Young Men, Women,
over 17, desiring Government Posi
tions, $125 monthly, writo for freo
list of positions now open. J. LEON
ARD, (former Civil Service Exam
iner,) 615 Equitable Bldg., Wash
lngton, D. C._10-. 13*
FOR SALE - Used Cars at Bar
gains.-One 1916 Roadster, $90.00;
ono 1919 Roadster, $135.00; ono
1917 Tourilie, $100.00; one 1918
Touring, $140.00; one 1919 Tour
ing, $150.00; ono 1920 Touring,
.self-starter, $190.00; one Sedan, self
startor, $390.00. PIEDMONT MO
TOR CO., WM h alla, S. C. 7-tf
HAVE YOUR CAR REPAINTED
while tho roads aro muddy, and you
cnn use your car when tho roads get
dry. Wo also re-cover tops and put
In back curtains. Wo guarantee sat
isfaction, both In workmanship and
price. Write or phone E. G. NIX,
Auto Point Shop, over Central Ga
rage, Anderson, S. C. Phono 4 60.
10-14
-
SWED CORN-J. B. DOUTHIT, Jr.
one year from pedigree. Holds first
placo at Clemson Agricultural Col
lege an five-year avorago. $2.00 per
(bushel, shelled or in the ear. CO
KBlt'S MARLBORO, one year from
podlgroo. Hand picked Seed Corn.
$1.75 per bushel, shelled or in tho
oar. MARETT FARM & SEED CO.,
Westminster, S. C. 8-11
MEN WANTED-To soil our goods
in country and city. Why work for
others when you can have a business
of your own with a steady Income?
Wo sell goods on time and wait for
our money. Team or auto needed for
country work; no outfit needed in
city. Experience unnecessary. We
train in salesmanship. McCONNON
& CO.. Winona, Minn. (iMontion this
paper.) li*
A NN'OUNCHSI 10 N T-To My
Friends and the Public of Oconeo in
General: 1 have opened a First-class
Tin and Sheet Metal Shop in rear of
Norman Drug Co.'s old stand. Will
bo glad to serve you In anything in
tho Sheet Metal Line, such ns Hot
Air Furnaces, Metal Roofs, Gutters,
Sport Automobile R?dlas, eic. In
fact, everything in the Tin and Sheet
Motal Line. Everything guaranteed
to bo done in a first-class, workman
like manner. If you are in need of
my services, come in and see me. No
Job too small or too large. Yours for
future service, ROBERT II. KEL
LER, Walhalla, S. C. 10-13*
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mnuldin 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. Mnckln,
. ( Rector.
P.. O.. Box 82, Anderson, S. C.
WANTED-1 OOO bushels sound
White Milling; Corn, 600 bushels
Peas, -200 bushels Cane Seed. Will
pay highest market prices. STRO
THER & PHINNBY, West Union, S.
C. 11-tf
-For Sale-High class hard and
soft brick. Arthur Brown, Walhalla,
S. C.-adv.-43-tf.
-Mrs. .Harry Norman left last
week for Hartwell, Ga., where she
. will spend several weeks visiting at
; tho home of her parents.
I -There will be a "ABII pond" at
i Zion school house next Friday even
? lng, March 17th. Everybody ls cor
dially invited. Come.
-?Married, on Sunday, -March 12,
Miss Etta Patterson and "Major Cren
shmv. The young couple have the
best wishes of numerous friends. J.
H. Hunnlcutt, notary public, per
formed the ceremony.
-Mrs. C. O. Williams and little
son, of Union, have been visiting for
several days at the home of the for
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Brown. -Mrs. Williams and son left
yesterday for their homo.
--Plenty of flour, hay, cotton seed
meal, etc. J. H. Alley, West Union,
S. C.-adv.-ll-M.
-Dr. W. R. Craig will be in At
lanta the latter part of this week.
He will leave Thursday for that city
to attend tho Mld-wlntor Clinic of
the Atlanta Dental Association, and
will be absent from Walhalla Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Craig
and Master Billy will visit In tho city
whllo tho doctor ls taking in tho
clinic.
-W. O. White returned Sunday
from Charleston, where he spent sev
eral days last week attending the
session of tho Grand (Lodge of the
.Masonic fraternity. On lils return to
tho up-country ho stopped over for
a day or two with his son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Cas
que, of Laurens.
-We have only Binall amount of
our Marett's Early Improved Wanna
maker-Cleveland Big Boll Cotton
Seed to sell. Oconee County farmers
desiring any of these seed should see
us at once, In order to be sure to get
them. Our price is $1.75 per bushel
to homo customers. Marett Farm and
Soed Company, Westminster, S. C.
-adv.-l 1-tf.
-You will And all kinds of seed
oats at J. H. Alley's, West Union, S.
C.-adv.-11-14.
-Tho regular business meeting of
the Paul Hayno Circle was held on
Friday, March 3d, with Mrs. J. B. S.
Dendy. After the program the fol
lowing officers were elected: Presi
dent, Mrs. S. L. Vernor; vice presi
dent, Mrs. C. W. Pitchford, Jr.; sec
one vice president, Mrs. J. W. Bell;
recording secretary, iMrs. J. B. S.
Dendy; second recording secretary,
Mrs. B. F. Sloan; corresponding sec
retary, Mrs. J. A. Ansel; treasurer,
'Miss Sallie Strlbling. During the so
cial hour a delicious salad course was
served by the hostess, assisted by
Miss Sallie Stribling and Mrs. W. 'R,
Craig.
-J. IR. Brown, of Westminster R.
F.D. 5, showed us Monday morning
a freak oar of Marlboro prolific corn
taken from a pile of corn of his 1921
crop. The main ear, much smaller
than an ordinary ear of Marlboro,
has four small ears clustering around
lt, each well filled with grain, lt !s
the first of this sort of freak that Mr.
Brown has noted in his crop. He also
showed us one of the oldest coins
we have seen, this being a small coln
so near the size of an American dime
that he accepted it as such some
yours ago. It bears the date of 1772.
It ls a coin of Carlos III.
-We have Just opened our spring
and summer line of ladies' trimmed
hats. Come and get yours now. J.
H. Alley, Wost Union, S.C.-adv-14.
-Thomas Rose, one of the well
known citizens of tho upper section
of Oconeo, is now engaged in a work
in Florida that Is In keeping with
his high ideals as to service to oth
ers. Mr. Hose ls at present engaged
in a Stato institution in Florida at
which 250 orphans and feeble-mind
ed children aro dieted and properly
cared for under export and efficient
superintendents and physicians. The
Institution ls known ns tho Florida
Farm Colony, and ls located near
Gainesville, that State. Wo and other
Oconeo friends of Mr. Rose wish for
him abundant success in his new
undertaking.
-It is expected that there will bo
an early announcement of appoint
ment of postmaster for Walhalla, the
result of the recent competitive civil
servir? examination having been tel
! egraphed by Congressman Dominick
! to Interested parties hero last week.
?Three contestants stood tho examina
tion, these being N. Fant, our pres
ent postmaster, whose examination
was graded at 90.10; Rev. W. B.
j Aull, 81.10, and W. Fi 'Mllam, 77.30.
j Various rumors of appointment have
gained currency within tho past fow
! days, but none has as yet been made,
j though lt is quite probable that nn
I nouncement will bo forthcoming In
j tho very near future.
-Tho March mooting of tho Wal
' halla Chapter D. A. Ii. was hold on
iTuesdny afternoon of last week with
; Mrs. Wade Mllam as hostoss. Tho
living room presented a bower of
I loveliness, with Its profusion of
( spring flowers. Whllo the meeting
I was small in numbers lt was very
? pleasant. Tho regent, Mrs. C. W.
, Pitchford, Jr., presided. After roll
call and reading of the minutes the
program was announced for tho af
ternoon: Heading, "Famous Historic
, Women," Mrs. W. D. Moss. Several
boautiful pieces on tho victrola wore
i played. Tho meeting adjourned tc
' meet with .Mrs. Bell on April 4th
During tho social hour Mrs. Mllam
1 served a doliclous salad course with
mints.
-A long lane never turns. Bul
' those good Lynchburg Oliver plowf
do. Lot us show you ono. J. H. Al
ley, West Union, S. C.-adv.-l 1-14.
i
. . '.' ? ? ? "r .?."
-Miss Ann? Darby, ot Greenville,
ls visiting'relatives la Walhalla this
week.
-0. F. He tri ck left Monday tor
Rock HUI, where is ls in, attendance
cn United States Court.
-Born,; unto Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Alexander, on (March 7th, a daughter,
who has been namod Norma Ladra.
-Miss Marie Bryant, of the Wal
halla High School faculty, left to-day
for Columbia to attend the session of
the Stnte Teachers' Association.
-The Ladles' Aid Society of the
Walhalla Mothodist church will meet
with Mrs. Cora Schroder, in Midway,
Thursday (to-morrow) afternoon at
3.30 o'clock.
-The many friends and neigh
bors of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sloan, of
the Flat Shoals section, are glad to
learn that they are gradually im
proving, they having been quite ill
for some time.
-Miss Kate Smith, of West Union,
had as her guests for the week-end
I the teachers of the Arlington school,
Misses Nell Cunningham,. of Mis
souri; Nell Plowden, of Spartanburg;
Bernice Douglas, of Greer, and Al
eone Richburg, of Clinton. They
were accompanied by Mr. Johnston
and Mr. Wells, of Greenville.
-We are requested to announce
that the Salem school will close on
next Friday, and appropriate ex
clses will be held at the school build
ing beginning at 7.30 o'clock. The
exercises will Include addresses by
competent speakers, recitations and
other features by the pupils, and so
on to tho extent of a full and very
attractive program. The public is
most cordially Invited to attend.
-F. Moseley, of Mountain Rest,
was in Walhalla for a short while
last Saturday. He was on his way
to Spartanburg to take further in
struction at the Textile and Indus
trial Institute of that city. 'He is a
son of Mrs. C. A. Manley, of ?Moun
tain Rest, and is seeking to flt him
self for efficient service in some of
the various branches of the textile
industry.
-The Columbia Chapter of Win
throp Daughters, Mrs. R. A. Cooper,
president, has graciously extended sn
invitation to all Daughters* of Win
throp in attendance upon the State
Teachers' Association In Columbia
to be present at a Winthrop tea at
tho Governor's Mansion from 6 to 8
o'clock Friday evening, March 17.
It is hoped that there will be ? large
number of Winthrop Daughters who
will accept this cordial Invitation.
-We regret to announce the seri
ous illness of N. J. Brown at his
home in Walhalla. Early last woek
Mr. Brown suffered a partial stroke
of paralysis, and was rendered ? help
less for a week. His condition, while
still serious, ls somewhat improved,
he being able to move parts of his
body and to talk a little, sufficiently
well to make himself understood by
those waiting on him. We hope that
he may soon be restored to perfect
health. o
-T. E. Smith, of the Madison sec
tion, showed us last Friday' snatch
that he has been carrying* fen* 26
years, and which, he says'' h?iP kept
perfect time continuously, nothing
having ever been done ? to lt In the
way of repairs except to have a new
crystal put on. The watch has been
in his Immediate family for 7 5 years,
his father, W. R. Smith, having car
ried it for 15 years prior to hie pos
session of it. It was given to W. R.
Smith by his father. As the present
owner of the time-pleco saysy "it't
not much to look at, but lt's some
time-keeper."
-On Saturday afternoon, "Maret
11th, Mrs. Charles A. -Hetrlck was
hostess to the Rook Club. After t
number of Interesting games the hos
tess, assisted by Mrs. Jesse Neville
Mrs. W. C. Hughs and Miss Florenct
Hetrlck, served a delicious sweet
course. Those enjoying this delight
fui occasion were Mesdames John A
Ansel, W. B. Bell, H. D. Blemann
W. R. Craig, L. C. Harrison, H. R
Hughs, W. C. Hughs, J. R. Hughes
Joel Keys, Jesse Neville, W. J. Schro
der and Misses Ethel Counts, Anns
Darby, Ruth Hetrlck, Florence Het
rick, Julia Maxwell, Sue Maxwell
Nonnle McLees and Eloise Strother.
-Henry B. Othersen ls now num
herod among the merchants of Wal
halla, he having last week opened i
complete line of groceries in "Wes
End," his store being located on th<
premises of the Othersen home place
He is inaugurating a new feature ir
business hero, that of tho "cash ant
carry" plan, by which ho hopes t(
koop expenses and losses at a mini
mum and in consequence bo able tc
lower retail prices to his customers
Mr. Othersen has but recontly beer
honorably discharged from militar]
service. We aro glad to welcome hin
among our business men, and we be
speak for him a 1'bern I share of th?
patronage of our people
-Tho State Income tax bill ha:
been passed, signed by the Ooverno
and become law. Tho tax is one
third that paid to tho Federal gov
crnment, and provision ls made fo
filing a return similar In all respect:
to the Federal lncomo tax return. I
Is provided, however, in the bill tha
for tho present year an affidavit ma:
be made stating that tho amount o
taxable Income for 1021 was si
much, that the tax paid to the Fed
oral government was so much, am
the tax-payer may remit a sum equa
to one-third of his F?deral incom
tax to tho Stato Troasuror, alom
' with the affidavit referred to abov
; and tho rocoipt from tho Federal ol
fleer who recolpted for tho amoun
paid as lncomo tax to tho Federa
government. In futuro years a rei
i turn blank, practically a dupllcat
of the F?deral blank, will be fui
i niched to all Income tax-payers,
i -Richardson & Jordan, manager
1 of The Star Theatre, are endeavorln
? to give their patrons tho best pic
tures they can procuro, and the
i hopo for a liberal patronage. O:
I Wednesday (to-night) they will shoi
Bobo Daniels In "Nancy, from Nc
t whore," a plcturo such as only Bob
II Daniels can mako. On Thursdnj
? I "Dlnty," with tho child ser?-on won
! dor, Wesley Barry, in tho leadlu
?THK YOU I
DOUBLE M
Don't build or repat
job of it with germ ir
Ineiat on "TM, Watm"
Cypres-you can Iden
tify lt by thia mark.
the wood that defies d
eaves your money.
"He who
Writ? ua for Hst of FRE:
and no substitutes'' fron
SOUTHERN CY!
SOO GI
YOUR LOCAL DEALER WILL
role, will be the feature. This is a I
picture you cannot afford to miss. It
?8 Ailed with pathos and humor from ?
beginning to end, and withal toadies
a most beautiful lesson in humanity, j
There will be no picture exhibited
on Friday, but on Saturday the usuai j
full bill will be presented. On Mon- j
day of next week Norma Talmadge, j
in "A Daughter of Two Worlds," will '.
be the attraction. This picture is i
adapted from the serial story which j
created a sensation when it appeared |
a year ago in Hearst's Magazine. You
cannot fail to be pleased with any or
all of these splendid pictures. Watch
for "The Sheik." It's coming soon;
also "Hall the Woman," the year's
sensation in pictures.
-The Commissioners of Public
Works (water and sewerage) are to
be congratulated upon the highly
satisfactory and altogether gratify
ing deal they were last week enabled
to close for the sale of the water and
sewerage bonds of the town. They
were sold to the Trust Company or
Oeorgia, Atlanta, for par, with ac
crued interest amounting to $699.50.
In addition to this very satisfactory
bid, which was the best received,
the purchasing company agrees to
have the bonds engraved at their
expense and also furnish free of any
expense the official report of bond
experts on the validity and legality
of the issue. The bonds were In the
sum of $126,000.00, issued in de
nomination of $1,000 each, and bear
interest at the rate of 6 per cent per
annum, interest payable semi-annu
ally, in January and July of each
year. It 1B understood that active
construction work will begin just as
Soon as the weather conditions are
such as to prove favorable to this
class of work, and as soon as neces
sary materials can be laid down.
-'F.. E. Rogers, 81 years of age,
stopped In at The Courier office on
Monday, morning last for a brief call
and to announce that he had gotten
this far on his trip from San Fran
cisco, [Cal., to New York, which dis
tancq he is to make within the out
side limit of 150 days. He travels
"on the hqof" exclusively, and his
contract with the Hearst Newspaper
Corporation ls to the effect that he
is to make the entire distance with
out tho aid of any funds at the be
ginning of the trip. In other words,
he started penniless and was to com
plete the tour by working his way,
begging, borrowing or stealing the
necessary funds for subsistence. To
date, he said, he had not been forced
to resort to the latter method, and
had found the people all along the
route-as a rule (to all of which
there are, he found, exceptions)
the people along the way have been
mighty nice to him. 'He was making
for Lake Toxaway from Walhalla,
this being one of the points en rote.
Some of the points beyond are Jeffer
son, N. C., Spottsylvanla, Va., Wash
ington, D. C., West Philadelphia, Pa.,
and from there a straight shot Into
"Utile old New York." Ho was 84
days out when he left Walhalla, with
good prospect of making the metrop
olis within his limit and with some
days to spare.- Though ho claims 81
as tho "days of tho years of his so
journ," one would scarcely credit
him with more than 65 years at the
outside He is a nativo of Boston,
Mass., a printer by occupation, and
for 25 years a resident of San Fran
cisco.
"Tho Fair at Pimkin Conter."
West Union, Rt. 1, March 13.
Special: Tbero will be given in the
Kooweo Graded School auditorium,
March 21st, "Tho Fair at Punkln
Center." The following program will
bo rendered:
1. "Come on, Doren."
2. "What Became of My False
Teeth."
3. "Swampoo House."
4. "Dolly Gal."
5. "(Marriage Dance."
6. Local stunts.
7. "You Are My Cal."
8. "Baseball Tragody."
9. "Encouragement."
10. Religious ceremonies.
11. "Sally Trotter's Ford Ride."
12. "Old Virginia."
This ls tro funniest and most com
! leal production ever staged. Thoso
who have any wit at all had better
have tholr belts insured. The admis
sion will be ton and fifteen cents. Do
! not forget tho date-March 21st-at
7.30 p. m.
Second Quarterly Conference.
The second quarterly conferenco
for Walhalla Circuit will be held at
?Old Bickens on Saturday, March 18,
?at ll a. m. All the officials aro onr
I neatly requested to attend and every
body ls Invited. D. A. Joffcont,
Pastor in Charge.
Costa Rica is one of tho healthiest
lands within tho tropics
>ON*T:HJVR TO SPEND ON REPAIRS IS ALL PROFIT,"
ONEY'S-WORTH IN LUMBER
r ove* and over again. J\*ake a "one-time" everlasting
ie
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Xnattt cm 'TM? Watt?*?
Cypress-you caa Iden
tify It bf thia mark.
^1 JTJ JP% vr* Af my lt by mi
SHE XoD?rrauur
ccay, 1 asta practically forever, averts further repair bills and
uses Cypress builds but once."
S PLANS for farm buildings-but in th? meantime Instit on " CYPRESS
a your local lumber dealer-no matter for what purpose you buy. Address
PRESS MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION
IAHAM BUILDING, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
SUPPLY YOU. JP NS HASN'T ENOUGH CYPRESS LBT US KNOW AT ONCE.
.3D
1888
1 922
SPECIAL.
-Our Entire Stock of
UTZ&DUNN
LADIES' FINE SHOES TO GO FOR
$5.22 a Pair.
These Sold for $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00.
A REAL BARGAIN.
C W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. C.
NEW PRICES
O N
$395.00
ir. o. a.
DETROIT
$395.00
Piedmont Motor Co.
Sales and Service J* J* Ford and Fordson
WALHALLA and WESTMINSTER.
THE MONTAGUE LIQHT OPERA
SINGERS.
Light opera, always popular, ls fea
tured In costume by the Montague
Singers. In the'repertoire of this vet
eran organization are scenes from
"The Serenade" by Victor Herbert,
"Robin Hood" by Reginald DeKoven,
and the "Pled Piper," selections from
"The Mikado," "The Red Mill" and
"Madam Butterfly" and a complete
opera, "A Japanose Romance," all of
which are given in costume.
Incidental solos, duets and quartets
from tho best song literature lend
pleasing variety to the program. One
or more readings such os a sketch
from "The Blue Bird" by Maeterlinck,
give further di version, without depart
ing from the superior quality of the
Montague program.
. Doubtless much of tho success of
this company year after year ls due
to the fact that there is no let-up in
their musical study. New program
features are constantly being devel
oped and in this way return engage
ments are welcomed without the ne
cessity of duplication.
Walhalla High School Auditorium,
FRIDAY, MARCH 17th, 8:00 P. M. SHARP.
Admission-Children 25c. & Adults 50c.
Tho Incas uso gold and sllvor for
mortar In building somo of thoir
toni plea,
Unemployment among women in
Groat Britain has docrensed one
third In the Inst half year.

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