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ONE CENT A WORD
(Si mil advertisements under
this heading inserted at rate of
ono cont a word nor Insertion.
Four Insertions for price of
three.)
(NOT 1CK.-No advertisement ac
cepted for this column for l^s than
tn cents, one Insertion.)
HONKY TO LOAN on Improv.. :
Farm Lands, lt. IS. BRUCF, Pick
ens, 8. C. _ _2G-tC
KO H SA hF-Farly variety Cotton
Seed that gels ahead of the boll wee
vil. Seo W. L. VERN hilt, Walhalla,
8. C. _ 6-ti
CROSS Tl IOS.-Try S. J. ADDIS,
West Union, S. C., before you sell
your Cross Ties. I pay highest possi
ble priers, cash or trade. 12-1."?*
FOR SP.RYICF, by any on; nee.l
ltlg it-Good O. I. C. Stork Hog ?'.
Jl. X. CULLINS, Walhalla, S. C., Rt.
3. 15-18*
FOR SALE-One Two-Horse Car
riage, almost new, with good Har
ness and Bridles. T. M. KELLEY,
Walhalla, S. C.. Route N?1- J.'>-1S_*
NOTICE.-Tho Eeo wee Courier is
In position to handle subscriptions
to all tho loading periodicals'. Wo
will appreciato your business.
GOOD BERMUDA PASTURE -
Room for I "' or 20 head of stock.
Terms $1.00 por month. Apply J. P.
Hochester, (on Mrs. 1. Hood's Farm,)
Walhalla. S. C. 15*
IMPROVER i ?UTO RICO and
Nancy Hall Tat. > Plants, ready by
April 10th, ?1.50 for 1.000. Cash
with order. .1 lt. McCLKLLON,
Hock ingham, Ga. 11-17*
KO lt SALE-! <>no Rico and Nor
ton Vam Potato Slips and Red Held
Homily Tomato Plants; $1.50 per
loan. Government inspected, ll. L.
SCHANCK, Waldo, Fla. I3-IC +
.Ml )'('III....J Automobile (Touring
Car) for sale, or will exchange for
Ford Touring Car ortPord Truck. Soc
t). F. CANTRELL, Walhalla. S. C.,
Route 2. I 2-15*
NOTICE.-Will be at Central. S.
C., Route 3, after April 1st, I 0 22.
Work promptly done in Oconee Co.,
ns heretofore. C. L. DEAN. Civil
Engineer. 13-1C
DOST-Wednesday, April 5th. one
Black and White Hound Pup, nine
months old. Finder please notify W.
L. SANDERS, Walhalla, S. C., and
receive reward. lf>-18*
POLAND Gill NA ROAR.-Thor
oughbred.-Service offered to public.
For fee, particulars, etc.. see or write
W. \V. FOWL.ER, Walhalla, S. C..
Route 3. 2-:l*
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. JTUGHS. 4 4-if
PORTO RICO Potato Plants In any
quantity, $1.75 per 1000, f. o. b.
Ruy Oconee grown slips and avoid
low-country potato disease. First
orders, first served. S. A. TOW,Wal
halla, S. C., Route 2. 1 1-17*
IMPROVED PORTO RICO Potato
Plants-5,000, $7.50; 10,000, $M;
20,000. $25.00; 100,000, $100.0(1.
April, May and June shipment. Cash
with order. Satisfaction guaranteed,
S. E. HOLLIS, Maxley, Ga. 11-18*
HAVE NOW OPENED First-Class
Pressing Club, Prepared lo do all
kinds Cleaning and Pr? ssing; also.
alli kinds ol' Silks luv Cleaned. Lo
cated corner Colle",, and Main
Sis. Wai!1 illa. MOUTON A.- THOMP
SON. 11-17'
WANTED-Ono or two liv.', reli
able men in every town in thc coun
ties of Oconee, Pickups and Ander
son, to represent The North Ameri
can Accident and Health Insurance
Co. Liberal terms. Kxperlonced men
preferred. Apply to W. ll. HUGHS,
Uieltlatid, S. c. 13-tf
IOU SALL,- Used Cars ut Har
gains.-Our 1 '.) I il Roadster, $00.00;
our 1019 Roadster, $135.00; one
HUT 'Pouring. $100.00; one I '.1 I s
Touring, $140.00; ono 1010 Tour
ing, $150.00; ono 1020 Touring.
solf-Stnrter, $100.00; ooo Sedan, self
.starter, $?{00.00. PIEDMONT MO
TOR CO., Walhalla, S. C. 7-lf
ST. FRANCIS CATHODIC CHURCH,
Maiihltn Street. Walhalla, s. c.
SERVICIOS ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OK FACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .0.110 a. ni.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Macklll,
Rector.
I'. O. Box 82. Anderson, S. C.
KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS.
There will be a Regular Meeting
of Walhalla Lodge. No. i',7. Knights
of Pythias, nt the Masonic Temple
to-morrow (Thursday) night at 8
o'clock. Every member urged io ho
present.
Work in the Rank of Knight.
ARTHUR BROWN,
Chancellor Commander.
T. B. SI I FLOR, K. Of IL and S.
A Special Communication or Blue
poxrjr.Tii'i Ridge Lodge, No. 02, A. F.
ITW^I M" wln ,)tJ ,10,<1 ,,,ri(Iay
ImnVw night, April 1 4th, 1022, at
8.:i0 o'clock.
Work in First Degree. Visiting
brothers welcome.
.1. B. S. DFX DY, W. M.
W. O. WHITE. Secretary. (adv)
SANITARY TAX NOTICE.
Walhalla, S. C., April 1 0, 1 022.
Property holders will please boar
In mind that tho Sanitary Tax for Mm
first quarter ending March 31, 1022.
ls now duo. Please be prompt in
making payment. T, A. CHANT,
3 5 clerk and Treasurer.
/..;v
FOR SALB At Once-Pair Young
.Mulos, at a bargain. C. F. ED
WARDS, Walhalla, S.C., IU.2._Ul*
POTATO PLANTS-I have just re
ceived a nico shipmont of nice Porto
Ricos. Theso plants aro tho same as
1 have been selling for tho last eight
years without one failure hoing re
ported. So don't, buy worthless plants
when you can . uy tho best right at
homo from a man who knows all the l
crooks. R. F. SASSARI), next door!
to Post?nico, Walhalla, S. C. 15
*I**!**I**I**!**I**p*I**I"*i* ?j??j??j??j??j?.*??!<.*??*. j
.{? LOCAL AND PERSONAL. .J. I
v ? - ^- ?X"" ?>j-*"-j-?J-???'X"- "*X"***X'".'I'-**'??. .?j-??-j-?>'?*-j?'*"j*?j-?? i
-Janies M. Moss spout several;
days in Washington, D. C., last week ?
on business.
- M. C. Long, Ksq., is in Creen-;
vi'le this week attondtng tho session
ol Fodornl Court.
-.Until further notice we will pay
$-1-1.00 per ton for good, dry, sound -
cotton seed. Westminster Oil and
Fertilizer Co.-adv.-l 5-1 7.
- Attorneys II. R. Hughs and H.
M. Watson were business visitors in
Columbia last week.
- Mrs. Marlon K. Fori and little
son. Marlon, Jr., aro visiting rela
tives In Spartanburg.
-'For tho summer I would like to
have your surveying work to do. All
work accurately done. Harry Earle,
Walhalla, S. C-adv.-15.
-Miss Sara Moss, who is employed
in Anderson, spent tho past week-end
with homofolks here.
-Elmer White, of Atlanta, spent
a short while in Walhalla last week
With his brother, W. D. While. Esq.
-Will A. Iletriek left las) week
for Philadelphia and other points
north looking af ter business inter
ests.
. ! :' you want to raise ba AK ilcU'?
give thom Pu ina Chick Food. ?'. W.
.V J. E. Rauknight, Walhalla.--udv.
-Rleppo Diemnnn and Frank
Craig, of Kock Hill, wore with rela
tives and among friends in Walhalla
during tho past week-end.
-Mrs. Chas. A. Hedrick and Pille
soli loft Monday for Kock lilli, where
Ihey will spend a iow days visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Adam?.
- Mrs. Sophie Ritter left last week
for points in Georgia and Alabama,
where she will visit among relatives
and friends for a week or len days.
- Lost - Fur Neckpiece-On highway
between Ncsmith's and top of Stump
house, Tuesday aft., 4th. Finder return
to Hell's Drug Store, Walhalla. Suita
ble reward.-adv.
-Frank E. Harrison, Jr., of Ml-1
ami. Fla., paid a short visit to his
parent-;. Mr. and Mrs. F. 10. Harrison,
tho past week-end.
-Thc Ladies' Aid Society of the
Walhall.i Methodist church will meet
Thursday (to-morrow) afternoon at
M.MO o'clock with Mrs. Will Henry.
-Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Phlnney
and children, of West Union, spent
last week at Honea Path visiting at
tho home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lat!- j
mer. j
-'Hay, oats, flour, cotton seed
meal, dairy feed, etc. J. IL Alley,
West Union, S. C.-adv.-l-l-l 7. I
-Oconee officers are "still" busy, j
Monday of last week Rural Police-j
men Lawless and Hunnicutt captured
a complete outfit, including copper
still and the "other necessary Ingre
dients" on the Shelor place near Fair ;
Play. Nobody was near tho plant, it
being "cold." On Wednesday last
Officers Hunnicutt, Lawless and Sul
livan raided in the Mountain Rest
section, capturing a (15-gallon outfit
complete, with ?devon large ferment
ers of beer, estimated at about l,200?
gallons. Xo arrests wero made.
Dry goods, shoes, hals ami all
kinds of notions. J. H. Alloy, West
Union, s. C. "We trade you service
for business." adv.-l 1-17.
Col ui
Thc Columbia Stores lisl
inp; Palmafesta Shopping
to the amount of your roi
fill in name and railroad
bia Stores will be ready 1
Summer Merchandise.
Come to Columbia I
is providing, purchase yo
low prices and take adva
These Col
RON MARCHE DEPT. STORE,
.'Tho Shopping Center."
CALDWELL S,
Ladies'Ready-to Wem'.
COPELAND COM I ?A N V,
, Men's Clothing and Pmiiishiiij
THE GLOHE DRY GOODS CO.,
Department store.
IIELFRICI1
Exclusive Apparel for Women
KOI I N'S
Men's und Women's Rcn<ly-to>\
-Mixed colored coleus, 50c. por
dozen, May 1st to 15th flolivcry.
Mrs. Paul Gilllson, Seneca, fl. C., Itt.
I,.- adv.-15-16.
-Mrs. I. Good left last week for
Midi!loton, Ga., whero sho will bo for
some time visiting, nt tho home of
her son-in-law and daughter, Rev.
amt Mrs. J. ll. Lawrence. <
-The friends of Mrs. W. M. Alex
ander, who has boon suffering for tho
past two weeks with sciatica, will he
glad to loam that sho Is again able
to be up and about tho house.
-Try our Raby Chick Food for
baby chicks. C. <W. & J. E. Hauk
t.igbt, Walhalla. S. C.-adv.
- Mrs. Warren Coggoshall and lit
tle daughter, of Darlington, passed
through Walhalla last Friday on their
way home, after a two weeks' visit
to the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Hoard, of Ta'masseo.
-There will he special Easter ser
vices at tho First Baptist church of
Walhalla next Sunday morning, at
which the ordinance of baptism wilt
ho administered. A special program
of music ls being prepared. The pub
lic ls cordially invited to thoso ser
vices.
-Plenty of flour, hay, cotton seed
meal, etc. J. H. Alley, West I nion,
S. C.-adv.-11-14.
-We are requested to announce
that the Zion School Improvement
Association will give an ogg hunt at
the school House on Saturday, April
15lh, nt 3 o'clock. Every member is
urged to ho present, as there is some
important business to attend to. The
publie cordially Invited.
- .1. lt. Karlo, Esq., loft Monday
for Columbia, where hs is attending
n meeting of tho secrotary-trensurer?
of ibo South Carolina Federal Karin
Loan Association. While in Colum
bia Mr. l'.arle will COUSUlO a special
ist In regard to his health, he lt M ing
recently suffered an attack somewhat
lu the nature of vertigo.
- If you will feed your chicks Pu
rina Chowders they will grow faster.
Try it. C. W. fi J. E. Batlkliight,
Walhalla, S. C. adv.
-'We aro requested to announce
that there will ' e preaching at Mor
gan's Tabernacle on April 16th ni I I
o'clock in tho morning and again at
S o'clock in the evening. 'Rev. Wil
liam Abbott will conduct both ser
vices. The public is cordially invited
to attend these services.
-Mr. and Mrs. X. J. Brown left
last week for Bowman, Ga., where
they will make their home in the fu
ture. Several weeks ago Mr. Brown
suffered a stroke of paralysis. His
many friends here will regret to
know that he ls no better, but we
hope to hear better reports in the
near future. Mr. Brown had to bo
taken to the train on a stretcher, be
ing entirely helpless. His condition
is considered quite serious.
-Farmers, wo have tho follow
ing to offer you-you need the goods
and wo need the business: Spring
tooth harrows, single plow stocks
and extra handles, all kinds of plow
castings, hoes, rakes, shovels, pitch
forks, etc., and a full line qf plow
gears, roping, back band webbing,
etc. "We trade you service for busi
ness. " J. H. Alley, West Union, S.
C.-adv.-14-17.
! -Married, at the Baptist parson
age, West Union Route 1, on Sunday
morning, April 9th, Louie Waldt and
Miss Alma Ridley. The bride is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. 'Ridley,
tho groom being a son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Waldt, all of the Ebene
zer section of Oconce. Rev. M. J.
Stanscll officiated. The many friends
v^f the young couple join with us in
extending to them hearty congratu
lations and good wishes.
--The program for the Star Thea
tre for the balance of this week and
f ie first of next appears to be a most
attractive one. For Thursday Mar
guerite Clark, in "Easy to Cot/' and
a Lloyd comedy; Friday, "Mldsum
?
COLUMBI
nbia Stores
ted below will refund railroad f
Week on the basis of five per
und trip fare? Simply clip out
station and present the coupon
or the big week with a wondei
They will offer exceptional val
?r thc big Gala Week, enjoy th
ur Spring and Summer needs 1
ntage of this special railroad fai
umbia Stores Wil
L?RICK BROS.,
L?RICK & liOWKAXCE,
Hardware, Paints, Seeds, Imp
monts.
M IM NA IG IFS
S?? Carolina's Largest Dept. Ston
RUBINSTEIN'S OUTLOOK
Clonk and Suit Co.
I'. B. SHAOKLEFORD CO.,
Smart Apparel .for Women an
rear. . Misses.
mor Madness," starring Jack Holt
and Lila Lee; Saturday, tho usual
full bill. Monday, Pola Negri, lu
.'.Passion," and Tuesday, Douglas
McLean, In "Chickens." A pleasant
ovonlng ls always assured tho patrons
of Tho Star. Richardson & Jordan,
tho managers, also have charge of
tho plcturo houses in Seneca and
?Westminster, where tho same attrac
tions can bo seen
-10 barrels of Llbroty flour left
to sell at tho old spoclal pr leo of $7
por barrel. Wo can get no moro at
this price. C. W. & J. E. Baukuight,
Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
- On Thursday, April 13th, dainty
Marguerite Clark will bo shown at
Tho Star Theatre, Walhalla, in the
thrilling comedy, "Easy to Get." This
picture will bo under the auspices of
tho Walhalla Chapter l). A. lt. and
the proceeds will be for the ben o lit
of tho Tamasseo D.A.K. School. Miss
Clark needs no introduction to movie
audiences of Walhalla, she having
appeared hore in several pictures In
tho past, and always to capacity
houses. A liberal patronage ls solic
ited by the management and tho la
dles of tho D.A.R. Night* show at 8
o'clock. Admission 10 and 25c.
-There aro many who will ho In
terested in the following item, which
ls clipped from "Queens Blues," tho
journal of Queens College, Char
lotte, N. C.: "For secretary of Y.W.
C.A., Carolyn Rogers was elected to
succeed the retiring officer. She ls
a well-known member of the sopho
more class, being its treasurer, and
in her own (juiel way nus proved her
self indispensable in every form of
college activities, lier election to this
position shows that her follow-stu
! dents realize how much she means
Ito tho work on the campus, and they
j feel that she will make a worthy of
: deer. She is ?he only sophomore
member of tho Kappa Omicron Hon
orary Society und is a member of
the (iain!)'' Slgtna Literary Society."
Miss Carolyn's friends will also bo
interested ;? the announcement ro
conll> m ide by Rev. W. ll. Hamilton,
parlor of tho Walhalla Presbyterian
church, that Miss Carolyn had. at a
I missionary conference at Salisbury,
j X. C.. offered herself to Ibo foreign
j mission board in tho capacity of a
' missionary for tho foreign field. S^c
j is a daughter of Mrs. R. L. IRogers,
!of Walhalla.
Wagener Township Singing.
The Wagoner Township Singing
Association will meet with tho Con
eross Baptist church next Sunday af
I ternoon, April Tilth, at 2 o'clock. All
. singers and lovers of music are in
i vitod to be present.
J., P. Morton, President.
Clyde Hale, Secy-Treas.
j NOTICE OE FIRST MEETING OP
CREDITORS.
I -
In the District Court of the United
States-For tho Western District
! of South Carolina. - IN IBANK
i RU PTC Y.
: In the Matter of DORA BROW'N,
Bankrupt.
I To the Creditors of Dora Brown, ol
; Seneca, in the County of Oconee, and
1 District aforesaid, a bankrupt:
1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Thal
on the sixth day of April. A. D. 19 22
the said Dora Brown was duly adju
dicated bankrupt; and that tho first
meeting of her creditors will bo held
in the olllce of E. L. Herndon, Esq.
in Walhalla, S. C.. on the twenty
second day of April, A. D. 102 2, al
j 11.30 o'clock in the forenoon, al
; which time the said creditors may
j attend, provo their claims, appoint
a trustee, eva mine the bankrupt, ami
transact such edier business as maj
4>ropertly como before said meeting.
I'. R. COOLEY,
I Referee ie. Bankruptcy,
Anderson, S. C
April 12, 10 22, 1 5
IA, APRIL
Will Reba!
ares to out-of-town shoppers di
cent (5%) of your purchases t
the coupon in this advert?semci
when making purchases, Colur
rful showing of New Spring ai
ues in addition to refunding fare
ic $50,000 entertainment the ci
:rom big stocks at exceptional
4e refund offer?
1 Refund Fares.
SHA N NON-01 HDDS ELECT lilt
Lighting Fixtures, Household
1^ Appliances.
STELLING NICKERSON SHOE
Fashionable Footwear for M<
and Women.
THE STATE ROOK STORE
and Printing House.
II. A. TAYLOR, Incorporated,)
Furniture.
rt WATSON'S SHOE CO.,
"Watson's Wear Without W?
If you intend to put up
or have a repair job ahead oil
"UM WHO LOOKS BBtVRB UB LBAP3 BUILDS OP OYPRSSS AND BUILDS FOR KKBPS"
"Dollar-Stretching Days."
a building
d of you, you'll be
wise if you promptly decide to use genuine
ESS
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
gracies of Cypress. So much the better for
your pocketbook.
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" day? with prudent people.
And don't worry. You'll not be sacrificing everlasting
ness by using the lower grades of "TideWater" Cypress.
Buy it by the trade-mark, shown below, on every board
or bundle.
Write us for list of FREE PLANS for farm buildings.
Southern Cypress Mfrs.'Assn.
iJitO G HA H AM BUILDING,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
YOUR LOCAL DEALER WILL SUPPLY YOU. IF HR
HASN'T ENOUGH CYPRESS LET US KNOW AT ONCE.
Inilst on "TIJo
Wfttrr" Crpre.i
- yo ?canIdentify
it by th!? mark i
Tu?*- F??U t NOM
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HAS TAUCHT OTU EUS THAT THE ONLY WAV TO RAISE
COTTON SUCCESSFULLY UN I>DR HOLL WEEVIL CONDI
IONS IS TO PLANT EARLY, FERTILIZE WELL AND WORK
FAST.
IF YOU PO THIS YOU WILL BE AULE TO CARRY A
GOOD HANK ACCOUNT.
THE PLACE TO DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY IS IN OUR
HANK. WE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS.
WE HANDLE ALL KINDS OF COLLECTIONS ANY*
WHERE IN THE UNITED STATES, FREE OK CHARGE, ALL
ITEMS TAKEN FOR COLLECTION OUTSIDE OF UNITED
STATES AT SMALL COST TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
WE SELL AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVELERS' CHECKS
-SAFE WAY TO CARRY MONEY. CAN HE CASHED ANY
WHERE WITHOUT IDENTIFICATION.
WE CAN SELL YOU QUECKS GOOD IN ANY COUNTRY
IN THE WORLD HAVING A STAHLE GOVERNMENT, AT A
VERY LOW RATE OF EXCHANGE.
MONEY SENT BY TELEGRAPH TO ALL THE RANKING
POINTS IN TI IK UNITED STATES.
WE ARE ANXIOUS TO SERVE YOU. GIVE US
A CHANCE TO SHOW YOU OUR SERVICE.
Bank of West Union,
WEST UNION, S. C.
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Women police patrol the streets of
Petrograd, Russia, with carbines at
their sides.
Smoking h;is been prohibited in
tho Olympic forest reserve during
the summer mouths.
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Railroad Fares
* * * * *
CLIP THE COUPON BELOW,
FILL IN NAME,
ADDRESS AND RAILROAD
STATION.
.I* * * * *
YOU MUST SHOW
THIS COUPON
TO GET REFUND.
?J. ?J? ?J. .J. .J?
) CO.
co.,
ut
>rry.
Railroad Fare Refund Coupon
KEOWEE COURIER,
Walhalla, S. C.
OUT-OF-TOWN SHOPPER TO
FILL IN NAME AND RAIL
ROAD STATION BELOW.
NAME
RAILROAD STATION
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