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WANTED-A Throe-Gallon Cow.
W. O WHITE, Walhalla, S.C. ll^
WANTED-To bu} a good Work
Horso. Co ni ni it a Icu i ? with E. L. Du
PRE, Walhalla. S. C., Slur Ri. IT*
PLENTY OF PORTO RICA Potato
Slips Friday of each week ;;i S. L).
ADDI S'S, Wost Union, S. C...10-10*
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Plck
ous, S. C. 26-tf
FOR SALE At Once-Pair Young
Mules, at ll bargain. C. F. ED
WARDS, Walhalla. S C.. Rt.2. Ill*
FOR SALE-Soy Benns, Ked Rip
per Peas and Orange- Sorghum Seed.
Will deliver in Walhalla. Mrs. W. D,
SCUM IO, Walhalla. S. C.. Rt. L 17
FOR RF NT-TJRooni House. Barn
and Garage. Eloctrtc lights. Maul
din St., Walhalla. Apply to .1. !..
MOSER, Walhalla. Kt. 1. IG-tf
FOR THF, SUMMER I would like
to have your Surveying Work to do.
AH work accurately dene. HARRY
EARLE, Walhalla, S. C. KM !?
FOB SALE-Porto Rico and Nor
ton Yam Potato Plan's. $1.20 per
I ona ; vinos .? 2.ni per I R. L.
SCH ENC K. Wahi i. Fla. I l>-2 I :
FOB SA|,E-Early variety Cotton
Seed that :;? ls al . nd ot the boll wee
vil. S< e W. L. VERN ER, Wal!., ila,
S. C. ii-lt
FOB SERVICE by any on?
lng lt--Good (). 1. C. Stock Hoi;. .1.
H. X. COLLIN'S, Walhalla, s. C . Rt.
KO lt SALE-one Two-llor c Car
riage, almost new, with gund Har
ness and Bridlos. T. M. KELLEN
Walhalla, S. C.. Route No. 1. I5-IS
NOTICE.-Thc Keowoe Courier ;
In position to handle subscript iocs
to all tho loading periodicals. We
will approciato your business.
FOR SALE - One-acre Lot with
Three-room Cottage, known as the
Jim Smith place. For particulars ap
ply BANK OF WEST UNION. Wost
Union, S. C. I 6-19*
A .MARBLE HEAD and Glass Eyes
can tell tho difference between an old
roast and fresh roasted Coffee. Ask
your dealer for BU DLL'S PK ES 11
ROASTED CO FPU KS. IG-1'9*
WANTED - To find small Black
and White Puppy, ..Hobby." belong
ing to Thode children. Followed sonic
one off several days ago. MRS. H. F.
THODE, Walhalla, S. C. 1G*
IMPROVED PORTO RICO and
Nancy Hall Potato Plants, ready by
April 10tllj $1.5 0 for 1,000. Cash
With order. J. R. McCLELLON,
Rockingham, Ha. 14-17*
NOTICE.-Will bo at Central. S.
C., Route 3, after April 1st, 1922.
Work promptly done in Oconee Co..
ns heretofore. C. L. DEAN. Civil
LOST-Wednesday, April :,th. one
Black and White Hound Pup, niuo
months old. Finder please notify W.
L. SANDERS, Walhalla. S. p., and
receive reward. 15-18*
POLAND CHINA BOAH.-Thor
oughbred.-Servier offered to public.
For fee, particular.-), etc., seo or wr^'
W. W. FOWLER, Walhalla, S. C..
Konto 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. coi tains ono aero. For
particulars see W. C. HUGHS. 1 i-tf
PORTO RHO P?talo Plants in any
quantity, $1.75 per 1000, f. o. b.
Buy Oconeo mewn 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, $ I i ;
20,000, $25.00; 100,000, $100.00.
April, May and Juno shipment. Cash
with order. Satisfaction guaranteed.
S. E. HOLLIS, Baxley, Ga. 1_1-LS*_
POTATO PLANTS - Pure Porto
Rico Yams; millions ready; chemi
cally treated; government inspected;
$1.10 per 1000; 4000 up. $1.25 per
thousand. Prompt shipment. P. P.
STOKES PLANT CO., Fitzgerald, Ga.
HAVE NOW OPENED First-Class
Pressing Club. Prepared to do all
kinds Cleaning and Pressing; also,
alli kinds of Silks Dry Cleaned. Lo
cated on corner College and Main
Sis. Walhalla. MORTON & THOMP
SON. 1 1-17*
DI ROC PIG'S-Heady for delivery
Tuesday. April 25th, al seven weeks
arc. Registered stock (from Clem
son Rod Bud T. 2d, IS 1 il0S, by Proud
Cherry King, S">555.) First come,
llrst served. ALo havo few Cleveland
Big Boll Improved Colton Seed loft,
S. H. ORR, Walhalla, s. C. 16*
WANTED-One or two live, reli
able men in every town in tho coun
ties of Oconee, Picketts and Ander
son, to represent The .North Ameri
can Accident and Health Insurance
Co. Liberal terms. Experienced mon
preferred. Apply to W. II. HUGHS,
Richland, 'S. C. I 3-tf
FOR SALE-Used Cars at Rnr
gatafl.-Ono 1916 Roadster, $!>0.00;
one 1?MP Roadster, $135.00; one
I.) 17 Touring, $100.00; ono 1918
Touring, $110.00; ono mm Tour
ing, $150.00; one 1920 Touring,
self-starter, $190.00; one Sedan, self
tetartor, $390.00. PIEDMONT MO
TOR CO., Walhalla, S. C. 7-tf
Each of tho continents baa on.-, oi
?nor? towns bearing tho nanto Rome.
A Special Communication of Blut
! ?ou fl? ii'tf? Ridge Lodge. No. 9 2, A. F.
IjfflSSwJ night, April 21st, 1922, ai
j S.3? o'clock.
Work in Third Degree. Visiting
I brothers welcome.
.1. B. S. DENDY, W. M.
W. O. WHITE. Secretary. (adv)
SP, FRANCIS CATHOLIC Oil If BCD,
Mnttldln Street. Walkalla, S. C.
??FRVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DA V OK EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Ponanco. . . .9.SO a. m.
viasa a nd Sermon.10.un a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Macktn,
I*. O. Box S2, Anderson, S. C.
SANITARY TAX NOTICE.
Walhalla. S. C., April 10. 1922
Property holders will please bear
in mind that tho Sanitary Tax ."or tho
Hist quarter onding M rt rc li 3 1, 1922,
is now due. Ploaso bo prompt in
making payment. T. A. GRANT,
15 Clerk and Treasurer.
ty LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ty
-Rev. R. E. Fo.wl?r will preach at
'High Falls on the fourth-Sn: day in
April ?tho 23d) at ll o'clock. All
members aie asked to bc prcsotlt.
*.-Miles Cnson, who has just fin
ished a book-keeping course at the
Greenwood Business College, has re
turned io his home i ear Walli illa.
-Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Gasa and
little son. Master Dudley, of 1.: .'.rons,
spent the Faster holidays wir? Mrs.
Gnsque's parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. O'.
- Until further notice we will pay
S -I ?. 0 0 per ion for good, dry, :::?
colton see,'.. Westminster Oil amt
Fertilizer Co.-adv.-1 5-1 7.
-Miss Connie Crouch, of John
ston; Miss-Julia Timtnornian, Mr. ?md
Mrs. .1. [J. Aull, ot Dyson, and ' !:.
Aull, of Newberry, were guests last
week at the home of Kev. ami -Irs.
\V. 1!. Aull.
- Mr. and Mrs. W. 13. Lake, of
Ninoty-SIx, ami Mr. ami Mrs. K T
McClure, of Clemson College, spout
Kastei' at tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
I!. Busch, parents of Mrs. Lake
and Mrs. McClure.
--We aro requested \o announce
that the P.V.P.P. of the Rocky Knoll
Baptist church meets every Sunday
night at 7.30 o'clock, closin/? ti t S.30.
Let all remember that tho union will
begin on time and close on time.
-'Hay, oats, Hour, cotton seed
moil, dairy feed, etc. J. II. Alley,
West Union, S. C.-adv.-1-1-17.
-Kev. J. ll. [Rack, president of
tho Lutheran Synod of South Caro
lina, preached at tho Lutheran
churchs hist Sunday night to a large
congregation. Ho conducted an Bas
ter service at Clemson .College and
came by Walhalla for the night ser
-Edwin F. Hughs, of Gainesville,
Ga., spent the week-end in Walhalla
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T.
Hughs. Mr. Hughs until the iirst of
this month had been located at Toc
con, Ga., but is now in a partnership
business at Gainesville, operating a
gasoline filling station.
-Rev. Carl B. Cnughman, mis
sionary to India, will preach at the
Lutheran church next Sunday morn
ing nt 1 1 o'clock, and will also ad
dress tho young people at 8 o'clock
at night, livery one will be web onie
to these services, and Air. Cnughman
will have helpful words for all
--- '!'!:... drawing for the sol of dichos
to ho given awaV a' Smith's Vf:.:
Market, which wassel tor -Saturday,
April ._"."!:. will lake placo Thursday.
April 2nth, (to-muvrow) ai :i a. m.
Tile h. ol d er of the bu ky . r wi il
bo Imniodialoly presented with the
sci of dishes if present a; the draw
in--:: otherwise tho winning number
will he published in the n^x* issue of
The Courier, and ?he holder/Can call
for tiie dishes. Tho nairn" of tho win
ner will be published in The Courier,
- IO. L. Dul're, who has been in
Virginia for the past few years, has
returned to South Carolina and will
make his homo here in tho future.
At the present ho is with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Ku Pre, near town,
at tho old Smiles Mill place. As soon
as Mr. Du Pre can get located his
family will come to this section, lt
is his present intention, we under
stand, to build a home opposite his
father's place, across the now high
way. Ile will engage in farming. Ho
has numerous friends who wjll wel
come him and his to our section.
- There will he many who will bo
greatly Interested in tho announce
ment of the marriage, on Wednesday
last, of Miss Virginia Shockley, of
Taylors, Greenville county, and
Bishop Grant, of Walhalla. Tho mar
riage was quito a surprise to tho Wal
halla friends of the groom. Mr. and
Mrs. Kraut spent the past week-end
in Walhalla with the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Th OS. A. Grant,
and loft Sunday afternoon for Alb
ens, Ka., where Mr. Grant is at pres
ent laking a course in forestry at the
University of Georgia. The Courier
joins with many other friends In ex
tending to the young couple tho very
bosl of good wishes for long Ufo,
happiness anti prosperity.
- -Mixed colored coleus, ?Oc. per
dozen. May Isl to 15th delivery.
Mrs. Paul Gllllsotl, Seneca, S. C., Rt.
I.- adv.-1 5-10.
--Wo appreciate having received
an invitation to attend tho com
mencement oxerclsos of tho Long
Creek Ha pt ist Academy, which will
be held Tuesday, April 2?th, begin
ning at 1 1 o'clock a. m. Tho entire
program embraces from Sunady
morning, when the commencement
sermon will bo delivered; Monday
morning, ll o'clock, senior contest;
Monday evening, S o'clock, declama
tion and expression eon te??*?; Tu CS
day morning, literary address, and
Tuesday evening, 8 o'clock, senior
play. Thu gw./.r.r. tins o?r.js nuM.b'e':*8
.nine; tlic?o being Otico Arve. ?5v?C9
Ayers, .lohn DI.Hook, Arnaud;. Co' '?
.Inez Lee, Carroll .'-loon,, Fsi-nle
! Smith, L?mar Thrift and Bertha
-There will be a ?alo ofe?ln and
i'.aiicy ..pro ns at Jack ?)flrby*S
store or. next Salv.rciay, ?v? : f; 2 .id.
j This will ho ?lvon by tko baptist
Aid Society. An luspvetieu cf ibose
dainty und useful articles is Invitad.
- Dry goods, shoes, hats and all
kinds of notions. J. H. Alley. Wost
Union, s. C. "Wu trade you service
-On Tn .-May nf ter n ooh Mise K)o
Strother pleaiiautly fitter tai nod
Iho R >ok Club and several invited
guests [.'ive tables enjoyed :he sov
i>?l games. AH r two hoi:rs cards
were 1 fid aside ami a dollcipuc ch'ick
en salad course was served by tho
hosteus, assisted by Mrs. William B.
-"Infant Baptism" will bo thc
subject of ibo sermon in the I resby
terian church next Sunday morning.
The subject has been BUgges'cd by
recent requests for information on
the question.* This notico ls inserted
only with the hope of securing the
attendance of all Presbyterians mid
others who are interested and can
-Southern Christian Advocate:
"Rev. Marion R. Stokes. Who was ou
his way homo at tho time of hie !
thor's death, has roached the States
and has been visiting in Greenville,
where or. a recent Sunday ho filled
tho pulpit of the Buncombe Street
church. He ls most cordial'..' wel
comed to tho homeland by hosts of
-Farmers, we have tho follow
ing to offer you- you need the goo ls
and we need tho business: S] ring
tooth harrows, single plew stocks
ami oxtm handles, all kinds of ?Wow
castings, hoes, rakes, shovels, pitch
forks, etc., and a full lino of plow
gears, roping, back band wobblng,
etc. "Wo trade you service for busi
ness. .. j. i?. Alley, West Union, S.
- ive have had no direct report
from Thos. K. KIM Hi. who was very
seriousiy injure.! Saturday night it
week ago. und of which accident an
account was given last week. Wo
have boen informed, however, that
Mr. Keith's condition ls thought lo
be somewhat better, though he is
still In a critical condition. His hosts
of friends In Oconee hope th..t ;:.
may soon be on the road to recovery.
Ho is still being cared for at tho An
derson Hospital. His sister, Mrs. J.
R. Anderson, of Anderson, is with
him as much as possible, and Mrs.
W. I). Moss, of Walhalla, another
sister, visits him as frequently as the
distance will permit.
-A marriage that will'be of in
terest to Oconee friends was sol
emnized in Asheville. X. C., on April
12th. when Mrs. Mamie McDonald
Blackwell was united in marriage to
William S. Blackwell. Theijweddtng
occurred at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
J. II. Blackwell, brother anrj sister
in-law of the gropm, the^ ceremony
being performed by Rev. Willem P.
Chedster, pastor of the Ora> Street
Presbyterian church. Mrs. Blackwell
ls the second daughter of Mrs. M. J,
McDonald, of Richland. Mr. Black
well is a well-known retired business
man of Reidville, X. C. Ppr the pres
ent they will reside nt Richland. A
host of Oconee friends join in extend
ing to Mr. and Mrs. Blackwell every
-Mrs. Alice Br?cke, wife of Hen
ry Br?cke, died at her homo in Pick
ens county, on Monday. April 3d. She
was sick only a few days, when death
came to relieve her sufferings. Sho
was a good woman and a 'rue friend,
and will be greatly missed by all who
knew her. Mrs. Umeko was 12 years
ol age, having been horn July Sth,
1870. Tho Lord saw ?ii to call her
homo, and when the doa rh angel
came sho was ready lo go. Sho leaves
to mourn ber death ber husband, six
children, ber mother, four brothers
and two sisters, besides other rela
tives and friends. Her body was laid
to rest at tho (lap Hill Methodist,
cemetery on Tuesday afternoon, the
.Ith of April. We join with others in
extending to the bereaved ones sin
cero sympathy in their sorrow.
-What is very much In Hie nature
of the curb markets conducted In a
great many of tho larger cities ls be
ing carried on each Saturday at 10.30
a. m. at tho warehouse of C. G.
Jay 1)08. A number of ladies from our
rural communities nearby bring Ol
sen d in fresh vegetables, dressed
hens, home-made cakes, bread, etc.,
fresh eggs, butter and milk, 3wect
pickles, preserves and the like. Thc
articles aro reasonably priced and arc
not only attractive to look at, bul
most delicious to oat. Tho house
keepers of Walhalla aro taking ad
vantage of tho opportunity to get
these good things and at the same
time savo tho middleman's profit. Il
was duo to Miss F/.hel Co\nts? Oconee
Home Demonstration Agent, and thc
courtesy of Mr. Jayne:* that this pro
ject was undertaken and put over
and which, we believe, will prove tc
ho a mutual benefit to producer and
-There are quite n few iii Oconot
who will romombor Mrs. \v. D. Ora
ham and regret to learn of her death
which occurred at a hospital lu Co
lumbla on Friday night of last week
after a long Illness. Mrs. Graham"!
honie wiis in Laurens, but she hn(
been 111 a hospital at Columbia fo
Ibo past four or live mon His undo
treatment. Her health bogati to nevi
Otisly fail about two ye; rs ago. Mrs
Graham was before ma triage Mis
Janie Hlx, and she was a nativo 0
tho Bounty Land section of OdO.nee
She was fifi years of age. and ls sur
vivod by her husband and ono (laugh
tor, Mrs. Fannie Switzer, of Lauren?
The husband of the deceased bau
number of relatives in Oconee, on
brother, J. O. Graham, of Senccti
and one sister, Mrs. S. F. Jones, o
Walhalla, Funeral services and In
torment were conducted" nt Lauron
on Sunday last. There are manv \vh
will join with us in extending sym
pathy to tho bereaved ones in tho!
- .Mrs. M. j. fjlazoner, of Rosma:),!
! x. C . is visu:?:? hov dau?htci. Mrs. '
AV:. .'. ?VOWJt, lM3 Week.
I .--ivs. j. w. Roi:. M.s. J. H. Dav- i
by phd Ml'is Eloise-Strother wore re- j
ern* visitors i? Anderson.
I .1. Pant, o? Amie:sc.!. is I.: j
j V,. ! .'.'r. ?h's ..von-: visiting 'ii?; ?nele j
rftn'd LUI nt, Mr. .ind Mrs. L. C. Spcarcs ,
j --Olios Marlon Kenrick, of Gre'.>.">.
ville, spent tho peat week-end with
her parents, Mr, and Mis. c. F. ?ict
j ?-Major and Mrs. A. G. Bhankiih,
?of Clemson Ccllsgo, wevo guests ? t
Uko Xsjvi'lle ht :no iii Weet Union for
tb? IS ister vacation.
-There will be services at St.
John's Episcopal church on next Sun
tiny, April 23d, i--? ll a. m. The pub
lic is cordially invited tb attend this]
I service. *
i -Miss Carrie Darby Harrison,who
has been leaching in Hie South Union
schcol, is at homo for the summer,
tho ?-cmool haying closed a successful
torin '.ast week.
- Mrs. R. R. Moss will entertain
Hie members of Hie Baptist ?Md Soci
ety next Thursday (to-morrow) al
terne on. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all the ladies.
- Wo are requested to announce
that the Civic League will niece with
Mrs. Jas. Dai by at I o'clock on "exl
Monday afternoon. A full attend
ance ol' all thc members is desired.
-Mrs. James C. Perrin, of Or
angeburg, is spending a week with
her motlier, M rs. Hettie Macaulay,
and among other relatives and her
- The Mayne Circle was delight
fully entert Unod Friday' afternoon,
April 1 Uh, by Mrs. L. M. Brown. Ten
members answered roll-call. Tho
program for the afternoon consisted
of a rending by Mrs. 5. B. S. Dendy
and a selection on thc victrola. This
was tho lani meeting of tho year, and
tho president. Mrs. C. \V. Bnukh?sht,
in turning over tlio o iii ce lo tho In
coming pr?sident, ?yished her a mos I
successful year. During ibo social
hon.- tho h 'r' !S3, assisted by Mrs. W,
Fl. Ha nilton, served a delicious salad
course. Dainty yellow baskets Ulled
with tiny mint eggs suggested the
Eastertide. The next meeting, a so
cial one.w ill he hold with Mrs. W.H.
Hamilton, April 2Sth.
-Tuesday night of last week Ru
ral Policeman W, A. Lawless and his
bro;ber. Karie Lawless, captured a
35-gallon copper still and outfit com
plete and oiMt gallons of beer. The
still was in full operation. The raid
occurred ni night and tho parties es
caped. On last Friday evening Sher
iff W. M. Alexander. Deputy Cns Sul
livan and Rural Policeman W. L. Lit
tleton captured an outfit of about G?
gallons capacity, the plant being in
full ron ration at tho time of tho raid,
lt was located on Keowce river above
Salem. The officers destroyed about
1,200 gallons of beer and ten gal
lons of whiskey. Tho parties escaped.
On Monday Deputy Sullivan and Po
liceman Hunnicutt raided a still near
Xew Madison, capturing a 40-gnllon
outfit complete, in full operation, de
stroying 1,300 gallons of beor and
15 gallons of whiskey. The parties
made good their escape. On Friday
last Officer Hunnicutt brought two
men and lodged them In jail, charged
wit., having in their possession a
considerable quantity of liquor. The
men were Dock McDonald and C. E.
Cobb. They were captured In the
Seneca mill village with 4% gallons
of whiskey in their possession. They
made bond and were released. The
officers aro finding it extremely hard
to make an arrest, these days. The
moonshiners, they say, aro so well
organized, and have the country In
the vicinity of thc stills so thorough
ly picketed, th it is almost impos
sible to go! In on tho workers before
they are warned of the approach of
officers by confederated on outpost
duty. Rut "then 'I! omo a time some
day," they feel stuc.
Rainfall and Temperature.
Relow is a record of meteorological
observations taken by II. \V. Brandt,
co operative observer of the Weather
Bureau of the U. S. Department of
Agriculture, during the week ending
April 16th, lit22, at 7 a. 111. (Tho
instrumental readings aro from gov
ernment standard instruments ex
posed in tho manner recommended
by tho chief of tho Weather Bureau):
A pl. 10-Ptly cldy..|
Apl. I 1-Ptly cldy..
Apl. 1 2-Clear.
Apl. Ill -Clear. . . .
Apl. 1 I- Clear........ xs t>;s
Apl. I 5- Ptly cldy.. . . . . " 87: 66
Apl. 16-Cloudy. . .] . 24 > 73 53
Total rainfall ... . 40.|....... .
SIIFRI1T 'S SALIO OF PER.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee. . .
(In Court of Common Pleas.)
By virtue of an Execution issuing
from tho aforesaid Court, directed to
ino In tho cano named below, I will
offer for sale, to the highest .bidder,
In front, of Ibo Store House of J. S.
Caller Company, Westminster, S. C..
cn MONDAY, the 1st day of May.
11122, at eleven o'clock A. M., tho
Porsonal Property herein below de
scribed, same being tho property of
J S. Carter Company:
Garland & Wise,
.T, S. Carter Company, J. S. Carter
and R. W. Carter.
1 Pair Scales, Computing.
1 Pair Scales, Platform.
" IS OF SAI;R"-CA9H on day
of !? Purchaser falling to comply
promptly with ternis of salo immedi
ately, articles so bid In will bo at
once resold at tho risk of tho default
W. M. ALICXANDI0R,
Sheriff of Oconee County. S. C.
lAprll 10, 1922. 16-17
'im wno LOOKS imwmv tm LSAI-S UUILDS oroYvusss ANO UVIUK) ron Ksspa."
Make a once-and-for-all
time job of it with genuine
m ? Kit
"THE WOOD ETERNAL
It's a waste of time, labor and money
in making repairs-(or doing new work)
-with lumber that will rot out quickly.
Cypress lasts and lasts and lasts and practically
refuses to wear out or rot out. Cypress means
"'double money*'s-worth," and often more if you
BUY THE GRADE THAT FITS THE JOB.
For many uses the. lower grades are exactly
the thing. This fact gives wise buyers a still
further advantage over those who simply order
"some lumber." You see the point.
Write us for list of FREE PLANS for farm buildings.
Southern Cypress Mfrs.'Assn.
200 Graham Building,
JACKSONVILLE, - Kl.Olli DA.
YOU K LOCAL PH ALER Wt LL SUPPLY YOU. IF HE
HASN'T ENOUGH CYPRESS LET f/S KN0\V AT ONCE.
Inititt on " Tide
Waler " Cy prc??
-yr u-.oniilentif y
it by (hi, marie:
Tut H~ tal CS (VT On,
CM CA? Lawr.ittxjqjM ?TYwmarn.,B\-aerrvi,rfaKaajn'ja? rjizi. j:n nr j--- mnummut mrjint
The time of year is here for the Sportsman,
We can furnish you with all your paraphernalia,
Base Ball and Fishing Goods, at both our stores.
Screen Doors and Windows to fit all your house.
A CAR OF CROCKERY WARE-CHURNS, BUTTER JARS AND
JUGS-AM) IT LOOKS LIKE ENOUGH FLOWER POTS TO SUP
PLY OCONEE, ANDERSON AND PIOKENS COUNTIES. BUT
WE ARIO GOING TO SE Ll i THEM ALL IN OCONEE COUNTY.
LA I) IFS, COME AND SECURE YOI lt REQUIREMENTS WHILE
THEY A RF HERE.
WINDOWS, DOORS, LIME, CEMENT, NAILS, CEDAR SHIN
GLES, GALVANIZED SHINGLES, URBER ROOFING AND GAL
GLES, GALVANIZED SHINGLES, RUBBER ROOFING AND
GALVANIZED ROOFING IN ALL LENGTHS FROM 0 TO 12 Ft.
VVVVV and CORRUGATED.
Whitmire-Marett Hdw. Co.
(Phono No. 30.) (Phono No. ll.)
TO MAKIO FERTILIZER CON
TRACTS WITH PROMPT PAY
INO, RESPONSIBLE PARTIES
FOR SPRING DELIVERY OP FERTILIZERS,
"Rampley's Meal Mixture'
WILL BE ESPECIALLY MANUFACTURED THIS YEAR TO
PRODUCE COTTON UNDER "ROLL WEEVIL CONDITIONS."
Make Your Reservations Early to In
sure Prompt Delivery.
J. C. RAMPLEY,
WEST UNION. S. C.
Slate of South Carolina,
Cornily of Oconee.
By virtue of [Executions Issued In
Hie oases of
Yalovltz Brothers against J. S.
"Progress Trimmed Hat Co. against
J, S. Carter Company;
U.C. Cohen Co. against j. S. Car
Myers-Bridges Co. against J. S.
Old Dominion Paper Co. against J.
S. Cnrtor Company; <
Robert H. Ingersoll & Rro. against
J. S. Carter Company:
Columbia Trimmed ./at Co against
J. S. Carier Company
I havo levied on and will offer for
?ale, to tho highest bidder, for cash,
on Salosday in May, the samo hoing
tho first day of May. 1922. In front
o? tue Court Iloitso door in Walhalla,
between the usual hours of sales
Ono Sewing Machine,
Two Darrels of Paint,
Ono Keg stock Powders,
Ono Suit 3-ploco Furniture,
Ono Floor Show Case, glass,
Ono Organ, Shipman,
Ono Wood saw Outfit,
Ono Lylo Hay Press,
Ono Caso Jewelry and Caso,
Two Show Cases.
Levied on as the property of J, S.
Cartor Company to ho applied toward
tho satisfaction of tho Executions In
said cases. W. M. ALEXADER,
Sheriff Oconee County, S. C.
April 19, 1922. 16-17
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All porsons indebted to tho Estate
of LEWIS MATHIS, Decoasod, aro
horohy notified to mako pnymont
to tho undersigned, and all porsons
having claimu against said Estate
will present tho same, duly attested,
within the time pr?50?iuo? by law.
or bo barred. W. 0. WRITE,
Administrator of tho Estate of Lewis
April 19,1 922. 16-10