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MONEY TO IX)AN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
eus, S. C. _26-tf
SEED POTATOES-A few Fine
l ookout Mountain Potatoes left for
sale. H. W. BRANDT, Walhalla, S.
C. _ 29
HEMSTITCH INO and Pecotfng.
All work carefully and promptly
done. MKS. J. ti. HOBKINS. Sen
eca, S. C. 2S-35?_
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will appreciate your business.
"OCO?KE KING"- (Registered
jersey Bull,) in my pasture for ser
vice?. See mo for terms, etc, ll. W.
BRANDT. Walhalla, S. C. 29-32
FOR SALE-1-horse Peerless En
gine and Shingle Mill Outfit. Cheap
for casi), or will make trade. See
J. L. STEWART, Westminster, S. C.
FOR SA LE-Ford Truck, In good
condition; or would swap for a Ford
Roadster. Also, 70 bushels Abruzzi
Seed Rye for sale. W. lt. GLAZE-1
NIC It, West Union, S.O., Rt.l 20* |
HEMSTITCHING AND PICOTING
Attachment; works on any machine; j
easily adjusted. Brice, $2. Full In
structions and sample. MABS1I
BROS., Wilmington, ohio. 26-31*
COMMERCIAL Agricultural Lime
nt attractive pri?es: car load andi
less than ear load prices; bulk or in I
paper bags. WESTMINSTER OIL Ai I
FERTILIZER CO., Westminster, S. I
C. \ 2!'-:?2
ESTRAY.- Milk Cow; came to my!
home Sunday, July 9th, last. Owner
can get same hy proving ownership,
paying feed bill and for advertise
ment. II. I>. ORENSHAW, Seneca,
S. C., cor. Cherry and South Fourth
WANTED-Ono or two live, reli
able mon in every town in the coun
ties of Oconee, Bickens and Ander
son, to represent The North Ameri
can Accident and Health Insurance
Co. Liberal terms. Experienced men
preferred. Apply to W. II. ll i'd IS,
Richland, S. C. 13-tf
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mnublin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICIOS ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance... ,9.30 a. m.
Muss and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackin,
P. O. Box 8 2, Anderson, S. C.
.J? LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 4.
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-Rieppe Blemann, of Rock Hill,
spent last week and part of this week ?
In Walhalla visiting relatives and ;
- Mrs. Wilbur I). White, of An
derson, spent several days in Wal
halla last week wi tit her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Hotrlck.
-Watch Smith's Market for fresh
li. h Friday and Saturday.-adv.
- - .Miss Carrie Ostondorff, of Char
leston, i; visiting her aunts. Misses
Mar:a and Kate Ansel, and among
other relatives and friends in Wal
-Holleman Seaborn and Archo
huifi McCnrey lefi last week for Sa-:
\ tunah, Ga., going through ;!;?. couti- ;
lr> in a.inuring cur. They will spend
ti week or ten days in Savannah and 1
other points South.
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QUEEN OF 1
You can't PRODUCE
that TASTES GOOD
Good Vinegar is the sc
Phone No, 23 for go<
Teas and Coffee.
" Gash i
M A. IST'S
, Confections? Award
:s of America. An ap
every occassion.. To
:h to any social affair
IT M - CANDY.
AUTO CO. RLOCK
-Mrs. \V. J. Holloway anti llttlo
daughter, of Jacksonville, Fla., are
visiting -the fortnor's parents, Mr.
anti Mrs. John D. Vernor, near town.
-Hon. M. F. Ansel, of Greenville,
spent some time in Walhalla last
week, having been called here on ac
count of the s?ricas Illness of his
sister. Miss Maria Ansel.
- Mrs. Chas. Davis, of Columbus,
Ohio, has been visiting lier sister,
Mrs. .1. L. Dee, near town. She is
pleasantly remembered here by many
as Miss Lena May Abbott.
-For Sale-1921 model Maxwell
touring car; good as new; run only
10G1 miles. Call and see this splen
did car at Green Motor Co., Walhalla,
-The many friends of C. 0. Ens
ley will be glad to learn that be is
Improving, after a two weeks' ill
ness from typhoid fever. Mr. Fnsley
yesterday was reported practically
without any fever, and hopes are en
tertained that ho will ho out again
in the near future.
-Among the candidatos' announce
ments this week will be found the
name of D. H. Fitzgerald, of Wal
halla Route 1, who is out for the
House of Representatives. This is
Boone's first political attempt, and
he has numerous friends who will
wish bim success on the "first go
-We are requested to announce
that Kev. A. W. Hair, of the Wal
halla Methodist church, will preach
at /ion Methodist church on tho
fourth Sunday, July 23(1, at 1 p. m.
The public is cordially invited to at
tend thc service^ A full attendance
is earnestly desired and will be very
-Miss Maria Ansel bas boon quite
i!t fer the past week at her home in
Walhalla, and her many friends will
be glad to know theft her condition
is somewhat improved. Miss Ansel
bas endeared herself to all our peo
ple 1 * a long life of unselfish devo
tion to homo and church and com
munity. All will unite with us in
hope for ber s,peedy recovery.
-We are closing out a big lot of
boys' and men's summer bats at
S 1.29; real value $1.75. Wo also
have a big stock of Ford auto tires
at special prices. J. H. Alley, West
t'nion, S. C.-adv.-2S-29.
- Mrs.' J. A. Stock returned last
Wednesday from Baltimore, where
she had been with Miss Bufile Moss,
of Greenville, who entered the Johns
Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore for
treatment. Miss Moss's many friends
will he glad to learn that the doc
tors give encouraging reports of her
condition, and they hope for her en
tire restoration to health within a
comparatively short time.
- Mrs. C. Terhuno and daughter,
Miss Anna, of Atlanta, are visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John D.
Vorner, near town, this week. They
were accompanied to Walhalla by
Mrs. Mary Law Montgomery, who ls
visiting Miss Gertrude Smith. Mrs.
Terhuno and Miss Anna will be with
friends here and in West t'nion for
a week or ten days. They have ninny
friends who arc alwsys glad to wel
- Mrs. L. W. Vernor anti Miss
Sarah Vernor, of Seneca, and Mrs. I.
A. Stock, of Walhalla, spent a short
while at Clemson College Saturday
with Miss Clara Vernor. They were
accompanied by Misses Janie Har
rison and Paulino Steck, the former
spending the week-end with her sis
ter. Miss Carrie Darby Harrison, who
is attending the summer school there,
and tilt; latter remaining for the en-'
tire week, attending tho summer
school and .observing method3.
--Misses Laura Workman and
Elsa Stenger, of AtTanta, were guests
the past week in the home of Mrs. C.
('.thorson, returning to their homes
this morning. Miss Workman will
be pleasantly remembered by many
bore, she having spent a very en
joyable week-end in Walhalla during
March. Walhalla radio enthusiasts,
if (bey were "listening lil," probably
beard Miss Stenger in a number of
vocal selections which she gave last
Monday from tho broadcasting sta
tion of the Atlanta Constitution. Miss
Stenger has a voice of rare sweetness
and power. She ls a native of Texas,
fay Be -
I a PICKLE or SALAD
? with VINEGAR that
.ul of a hundred flavors,
xl Vinegar, Pure Spices,
but ls making hov honje at present
in Atlanta, where she ls employed by
tho Aetna Life Insurance Company
as book-keeper. Visitors are stran
gers but onco in our town, and we
hope to welcome those charming
young ladles again to our midst in
tho near future.
- W. C. Hughs ls lu Columbia this
week attending tho moetlng of tho
board of trustees of Chicora Col
lege. Mr. Hughs...represents Pied
mont Presbytery on the board.
-There will be no services at St.
.John's Episcopal church on Hie 4th
Sunday in July owing to the fact
that the rector, Rov. A. VV. Taylor,
of Anderson, ls uway on his vaca
tion. Tho next service; will be hold
in tho church on the fourth Sunday
- Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Adams and
daughter. Catherine of Roch Hill,
are in Walhalla for this week, visit
ing at the homes of their sisters,
Mesdames W. C. Hughs, Jesse C.
Neville and Chas. A. Hetrlck. Mr.
and Mrs. Adams have a host of close
friends here who ore always de
lighted to see them.
-Will P. Hetrlck, of Acworth and
Marietta, Ga., was in Walhalla for
a short while last week, visiting his
paronts. Mr. and Mrs. Wm .A. Het
rick. Will has many friends here
who wore glad to meet him again
Ho ls in charge of hosiery mills al
both Acworth and Marietta, with
his home In the formor place. Ile
reports bright prospects f^or his mills
for the future, though of course the>
aro feeling the depression that hat
come to all the manufacturing in
-For Sale-One Liberty roadster
yellow sport car; (lisp wheoh
(Schultz); practically new tires; ir
good running coueUtion. Sell choai
or trade for Ford. For oxaminatioi
call at Pell's Drug Store.-adv.29*.
-Mrs. H. C. Jenkins, of Rock
mart, Ga., returned to hor home las
week after having spent six week;
here with her sister, Mrs. Glenn D
Abbott. She was accompanied te
Walhalla by her children, and din
ing her visit she went to tho Fishe
Sanitarium, Atlanta, for an opera
lion, which her many friends will bi
glad to learn was quite successful
Mrs. Jenkins returned to her hom
in much bettor health than she wa
before her visit and subsequent op
-The following announcemon
will he of interest to the friends o
Miss Flora Kelley, who made he
homo in Walhalla until about fou
years ago: "Mr. G. A. Kelley an
nounces the marriage of his dan gi.
ter. Flora Arante, to Grady Sylvet
ter Hayes. July 2d, 1022. At hom
after July Otb, 7 li) Pendleton stree
Greenville. S.C." Mr. and Mrs. Haye
will make their home In Greonvilh
where Mr. Hayes holds a responsibl
position witli the Ward-Glass Gre
eery Company. The.re are many Wa
llalla friends ol' the brillo who wi
join with Tho Courier in ext endin
a.ll good wishes to her, and heart
congratulations to the fortuna!
-A number of improvements ai
being made on tho Alexander Hons
Ten new rooms and several baths ai
being added. When the work ls con
ploted Walhalla will have a model
hotel, which has been needed for
long time. The present dining roo
will be converted Into a smoking ai
writing room for tho men visitor
and Hie room now used as the ge
eral parlor, office, etc., will be e
elusively for the use of lady guesj
Miss Louisa Burss, manager, is ai
ply qualified for the position si
holds, by hor gentle manner ar
charming disposition making frlem
of all acquaintances, and those wi
visit the hotel once are always gi;
of an opportunity to again lie gues
of the house.
-We have Just unloaded, a sol
car of the well known "Ancho
brand salt, retnil price $1.25 per lt
pounds. We ?also bane whodesa
prices to merchants. See us for sa
flour and feedstuffs. We trade y<
service for business. J. H. Alic
West Union, S. C.-adv.-2 8-29.
-There are many who will lea
with deep regret of the death
Louis A. Lay, who passed away
his home some three julies from Wi
halla early yesterday morning (Tue
day.) Few knew that he was i
and the announcement of his dea
carno as a shock to people In Wi
halla. Mr. Lay was one of the bc
known farmers of the Oconeo Croi
section, and he was an honest, u
right citizen, who will be great
missed in the county as well as
his immediate community. He w
aboil*. 55 years of age, and ls si
vived by his wife and a largo fain:
of children. The suddenness of 1
taking away leads to the belief th
Ire suffered from some affection
the heart. Mr. Lay was in The Cc
rier office within the past ton da;
and nt tho time of his visit wc t
marked that we had never soon h
looking In better health. We ha
been unable to procure any facts r
atlve to his life or as lo funeral ?
rangements. A more extended noti
of his death will appear later.
-On last Thursday a largo a
interested crowd of people from
over tho county attended Hie bea
clinic hold by Dr. IO rn ti st Coop
superintendent of the State Sanat
lum. assisted by Miss F.lsie Gudg
Fifty or sixty people awaited exat
nation before the arrival of 1
Cooper, and although strenuous
forts were used during the ont
day to reach the rapidly growi
crowd of patients, nt fi p. m. so
were forced to rota rn home withe
examination. The clinic was li?
under the auspices of thc Cl
League and Paul ?Hayns Circle. M
Addie Tatham and Mesdames C.
Rauknighl, Xevilt Fant, w. L. V
uer. C. F. Hotrick, J. A. Ansel, J
Darby and J. W. Poll were ame
the ladies of the town who assis
Dr. Cooper and Miss Gudger. '1
large attendance and eagerness m;
ifosled showed conclusively tho n<
Of health work of this kind in O
nee. Realising this, Miss Gudger 1
volunteered, to return inter and Vi
tho Walhalla Graded School.
-Robert H. Keller left to-day for
Charleston, where he will be for tho
balance of this week on business.
-Miss Walthan Strong and Miss
Elizabeth Callaham, of Greenville,
spent last week visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Pitchford.
-Miss Mary Louise Beard, of Ta
mnsseo, spent last week with her
friend, Lillian Pitchford. The many
young fr louds of Mary Louiso were
glad to meet her again,.
-Tho Ladies' Aid Society of the
Walhalla Baptist church will hold an
important meeting at the church on
Thursday (to-morrow) afternoon at
4.30 o'clock. I
-Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Pitchford,
Misses Ulah and Lillian Pitchford, ;
left Sunday for Saluda to visit Mrs.
J, C. M ickier. They wont through
tho country In their car.
-Wo are requested lo announce
that Rev. L. ll. Raines, president of
tho Long Creek Academy,will preach '
at Poplar Springs church on next '
Sunday, July 2 3d, at 3 p. m. All
members and friends of tho church
are requcstod to ho present.
-Wo aro requested to announce
that there will be a congregational
meeting at tho Walhalla Presbyte
rian church next Sunday at the close
of the morning services, and it ls !
desired that every member of tho
church bo prosent. .
-Mr. and Mrs. M. R. McDonald
and children, together with their
visitors, Miss Myrtle Hendricks, of
Loesvlllo, S. C., and P. L. Ethridgo,
of Columbia, left yesterday for
Whitewater to spend a week camp
-Mrs. W. Y. Harrison and son,
Frederick Bischoff, of Larttel, Miss.,
are visiting at the home of the for
mer's father, Newton Crenshaw, in
Midway. They are being cordially
welcomed by thoir many friends in
-At the congregational meeting
of St. John's Lutheran church last
Sunday Rev. W. B. Aull tendered his
resignation as pastor. The resigna
tion was accepted, Mr. Aull having
recently received appointment as
postmaster at Walhalla.
-We are requested to announce
that there will be prayer meeting at
Zion Methodist church Thursday (to
morrow) night, July 20th, at S
o'clock. The members of Zion and
Rocky Knoll churches and tho gen
eral community are invited to at
tend this prayer meeting.
-Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Rhodes re
turned Sunday from Greenville, at
which place they spent the latter
part of last week attending the State
Convention of tho Association of Hie
Doaf. They had ri most enjoyable
time. There were more than a hun
dred delegues and guests present.
-Miss Cora Strong left last week
for Berkeley .Cal., where she will be
for a while taking a special couvre
at the Fniversity of California. Miss
Strong is a member of tlic Edgerton
Touring Company, whose party is
made up almost entirely of teachors,
mostly from North Carolina. There
are 150 in tho party.
-Claude W. Reid last Monday
purchased from the Victor-Monaghnn
Company the cottage residence on
College street, known as the Fahne
stock house. Mr. Reid sold this pro
perty to the V.-M. Co about three
years ago. The company has recently
secured ample quarters on their mill
vlllege property lo accommodate all
employees In thc matter of good
homes, and hence thc disposing of
this piece of property. Mr. and Mrs.
Reid expect to occupy tho College
street house in the near future.
-?A meeting of the Sunshine!Band
of the Presbyterian church was held
July 14til at tho home of. Miss Ruth
Carter. New officers were elected as
follows: Caroline Darby, president;
Ruth Carter, vice president; Irene
Reeder, corresponding secretary;
Sara Macaulay, recording secretary;
Frankie Wickliffe, treasurer. After
tho election of otllcers tlftj subject,
"China," was taken up. Each mem
ber had something interesting to tell
or read about China. The hostess had
many beautiful eui ios to show, sent
to her by her aunts, who are doing
missionary work in China. Tho meet
ing was adjourned to meet again in
J September with Caroline Darby.
Local Notes from Walhalla Rt. 2. .
Walhalla, Rt. 2, July 17.-Spe
cial: Misses Lillian and Eloise Lit
tleton, of Seneca, spent last week In,
this section with their grandmother,
Mrs. Kate Whltmlre.
Walter Barrett left last week for
Bosley, where bc will take up work.
We wish him much success.
Mrs. Omets Grogan and son John,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Freeman, of West
minster, were among relatives In
til is section recently.
.1. S. Marrett made a business trip
to Anderson last woe.t.
W. S. Cowan and family and Joe
Cowan and family spent a day re
cently with their sister, Mrs. (?rogan,
School opened here Monday willi
Misses Ora Arve, Maude and Jessie
Keown as teachers. Wc are wishing
for them, both teachers and pupils,
great success for the session.
Lacoll Hamm, who has been at
work at Kasley, spent Hie week-end
her?; with homefolks.
Non h Carolina was visited last
week hy a number of our people, J.
L. Crow and family, H. H. White
head and family and Mr. and Mrs.
[Oscar Harrell were anions those
who visited in the Old North State.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gantt, of
North Carolina, uro at the home of
their parents for a while.
Tho rovl/nl meei lng will start at
Flat Shoals on Saturday njght before
the first Sunday in August, it is
hoped that this will provo to be tho
best meeting ever held boro.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tonsley and lit
tle Vivian are at tho homo of H. H.
Whitehead and family. Mrs. Teaaley
is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. White
Miss Ina Cowan is among relatives
and friends at Westminster for a
Mrs. Mattie Duncan, of West L'n
" What A Charming Home!"
Folks may say this about your house, if you keep it well
painted. You not only add to its beauty, but more import*
ant, protect the surface from rot and decay.
Lucas Tinted ?loss Taint
will "save the surface" and beautify at the same time. It
is real economy to use lt, because of its long life and great
Give us the opportunity of estimating the amount needed*
Purposely'Made for J^ery;.Pur:pose
- FOR. SALE: BY
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. C.
li you never pul your foot upon the first round ol' a ladder, you
will never get to the top.
Deciding to start ls easy; actually starting is moro difficult;
but after you have started, the way grows easier as you progress,
for success begets confidence, and confidence widens and broadens
liCt your first bank deposit bo ever so small, having started you
will desire to make each succeeding deposit a little larger-and
there is no limit.
John 1). Rockefeller's first bank depoist was perhaps smaller
than tho one you can afford to make to-dny.
Walhalla, S. C.
ion, Mrs. Mary Duncan and grand
daughter, Dolly, of Walhalla, were
with relatives here last week.
Arthur and John Cowan aro ex
pecting to leave for the short course
at Clemson next Thursday-Clemson,
"that grand old place," whore every
body can have a good time who goo?.
Local News from South Union.
Westminster, R.F.D., July 17.
Special: Mrs. Clyde Allon spent tho
past week with her mother, Mrs.
Sullivan, of tho Double Springs sec
tion of Anderson county. She was
accompanied homo hy lier sister and
niece, Misses Ruth and Grace Sulli
van, who spent several days with lier.
Miss Birdie Harris entertained at
an Impromptu party on last Thurs
day evening in honor of the Messrs
Ash m oro, of Greenville, guests of
the Messrs. Freeman, of this place.
A marriage which was a great sur
prise to lier friends was solemnized
Sunday afternoon, when Mis* Neile
Tate and William Randals quietly
left tho Carolina ?ide and went over
into Georgia, where the marriage
ceremony was performed.
Mr. and Mrs. .Jesse Allon wore
agreeably surprised recently, when I
Mrs. Allen's brother and, family ino-;
tored from Columbia to ?po id tlc
The annual .meeting'or the W.M.U.
will ho held with the South Union
church on Thursday and Friday of
this week. Tho ladies aro looking
forward to a feast, of good things in
tho way of spiritual matter.
Henry Cole has boon very sick for
the last two weeks. Wo are sorry to
learn that he is not doing so well.
Tho members of his Sunday school
class aro missing him these Sunday
mornings, and will ho glad when ho
is able to tako up his work as toach
Wo aro glad to note that Mrs. K.B.
Koese and Mrs. Richardson aro aldo
to bo out again, after several days
of sick noss.1
Our people are expecting tho school
t ibis place to opon next Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marett and
family left this morning for their
home in Columbia after a pleasant
visit of several days with relatives
and friends hore.
Misses Joe and Nelle Thomas, of
Lavonia, Ga., aje on an extended
visit to their aunt, Mrs. Ottie Bur
Mr. and Mrs. McBrayer and little
daughter, of Birmingham, Ala., aro
spending tho week with the former's
sister, Mrs. Hoyt Thomas.
The Tamasse School to Open.
Tho Tamassoe school will open on
Monday, July 24th. Patrons aro re
quested lo bring their children out
on the first day. Geo. Rankin,
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Stato of South Carolina,
County of Oconoo.
To the Qualified Electors and Resi
dent Freeholders of Legal Voting
ARO in Oconeo Station School Dis
trict, No. 05:
Please take notice that an Elec
tion will be held at the school houso
In Oconee Station School District,
between tho hours of 7 A. M. and 4
P. M., on SATURDAY, July 2(Uh,
1022, for the purpose of voting on
tho question of levying a Special Tax
of POur Mills on all taxable property
in tho district, to be used for school
purposes. E. c. SPEARES,
Supt. of Education, Oconeo Co.
July 19, 1022. 20-30
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All poisons Indebted to tho Estate
of Allen R. Stownrt, Docoased, aro
horeby notified to mako paymont
to the undorslgnod, and all porsons
having claims against said Estate
will proaent tho Ramo, duly attostod,
within tho Hmo proscribed by law, or
W. R. LYNCH and
JODY D. K. STEWART,
Executors of tho Estato of Allen R.
dune 28, 1922. 2G-29