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WANTED-Ono or two live, reli
able men In every town in thc coun
ties of Oconeo, Plekens and Ander
son, to represent The North Ameri
can Accident and Health Insuraiico
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Richland, S. C. i;;-tf
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldlll SI reel, Waltmlla, S. O.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Suer inieiit of Penance. . . .9.30 a. ni.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackln,
P. O. Box 8 2, Anderson, S. C.
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?j? LOCA Ii AND PERSONAL, ???
--Mr. and Mrs. D. J, Duri, of At
lanta, were recent guests of the lat
ter's sister, Mrs. .1. c. Seaborn.
Mrs. Annie Mae Williams, of
Charlotte, N. c.. is visiting her sis
ter, .Mrs Lew is c. Harrison,
The Parsonage Aid society of
the Walhalla Methodist einrieb will
meei at Mrs. \v. o. White's Thurs
day i to-morrow i afternoon nt I
o'clock, AU members are urned to
WE LIKE TO TR
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IN B AND 10 POUND
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5 LB., 06 CENTS. -
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TEA Y HUTCHISON.
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i Confections.- Award
;cs of America. An ap- .
every occassion. To
ch to any social affair
?il TH- ' (ANDY.
At TO CO. Itli
Swift's pure lard, 10-lb. not
weight, $1.75; live pounds, 90 couts.
Smith's Market, Walhalla.--adv.
.lulo Coonpr and Frank ll. Ed-]
wards, of Bntcsburg, spent Sunday
last in Walhalla among friend.- here.
- Miss Teen ie Sinoak, of S;. Mat
thews. S. C., is spending a few days
in Walhalla as the guest of Miss
--Mrs. .1. C. Seaborn has returned
home af tor a week's visit to her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. \V. S. Prichard,
of We.-: minster.
--Attorneys Harry Hughs and
Henry Watson have moved li, ?lr law
ellice t rout Main st ric' to the brick
building next door lo The Courier
. For sale li'i'l model Maxwell
touring car; good as now; run only
!".'. 1 miles. Call and see this splen
did ear .it Creen Motor Co., Walhalla,
S. C.-adv. tr.
-Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Alexander
let! Sunday for Graham, Va., to
visit the family of Kev .M. o. Alex
ander. They will visit points North
I cf ore their rc ttl rn.
.Mrs. Rosa Calla v. ay. of Florida.
:- visiting ;n the li?me ol her bro
ther, G. A. Norman, and family, for
seine lime. She has many friends
here wlfo are glad lo meet her aga'n.
-Mrs. R. C. Strother and Mn
Pair Dodd and son. Master Dick, of
Atlanta, aro at the Strother summer
home in West Cition for the sum
mer. They have hosts of friends in
Walhalla who are glad to welcome
-Miss Carrie Darby? Harrison left
: Monday for South Union, where she
'will be engaged tn teaching for the
next six weeks. Miss Harrison has
accepted re-election for tho coming
school terni at South Union and will
again h.ive (barge of tho music de
partment, which position she filled
with great satisfaction to the patrons
and trustees of the school last year.
-Quart and pint solder-hemmed
j cap-hole tin cans, 3% and 3% cents
? apiece. Open-top sanitary cans, used
1 with the Homo Can Scalers, same
'price. Frank H. Shirley. Westmin
ister, S. C.-adv.-30-31.
j -W. M. Doninioiis, of Westmin
ster. informs us that he made an ex
tensive trip through lite Stato last
week, going through six or moro
counties in Iiis touring car. He re
ports crops looking line and less of
damage from the boll weevil than
last year. The farmers are waging
vigorous war against the post, pick
ing up punctured squnros and plow
ing frequently as well as spraying.
Cotton, corn and tobacco all look to
be in excellent condition and a good
ha rvest is ant lei pu led.
L. II. Norton and family have
moved to Fayetteville, N. c., where
Mr Norton has accepted a position
ill Hie Vic or -M ona c. ha ii pi nn al : al
place. Mr. and Mrs. Norton have a
hos) of friends h. Oconee who will
leam with regret of their removal
from Deon* Mr, Norton iii hoon
with the loca 1 mills of Hie V.-M. Com
pany hero for a number <>t' years,
and his removal io Fayetteville is in
the nature of a promotion, he having
j been soul to : he new posit ion as over
socrsecr of spinning. Mr. Norton is
la splendid man, good citizen, and
has devoted portions of his time to
( burch work while engaged in tho I
I local mills, ho being a mlnltser. We
; wish Mr. and Mrs'. Norton every suc
I cess In their new home.
-? lin bust Saturday afternoon Mrs.
?.lames Darby's handsome, spacious
I home was again thrown open to her
i friends with a beautiful rook party
I in compliment to Mrs. Joel Brown,
j of California, who ls being shown
many delightful social courtesies.
Bright-tinted garden Howers formed
Ibo effective decorations throughout
[the lower front Moor, where the
Igaines were played. Two hours wero
silent in the enjoyment of many rub
bers, at ibo close of which refresh
ments in two delicious courses were
served hy tho charming hostess, as
[ sis ted by her sisters, Mrs. C. P. Corn
anti Miss strother. In tho'count of
games Miss .lanie Neville was wln
I uer and received a bottle of toilet
water. Mrs. Chas. Hetrick received
j Hie booby, a dainty cushion, while
tho honoroo was presented with a
ADE WITH YOU^
served Cherries and
ination Relish for
Price on -
) G LARD
NET WEIGHT, HEAVY
:KETS WITH BALE
- 10 LB., $1.80.
US. - NO. 28.
? lovely piece of crepe de. chine
i lingerie. Souvenirs of this most ploas
i ant occasion ; yere exquisito littlo
I fans, which aro not needed to recall
i ) tho minds of her score of guests
tho many pleasures of tho afternoon.
Syrup buckets, gallon size, l Oe.
apiece; quart and pint tin cans, tho
kind you uso wltlnsoldering irons or
Home Can Sealers. Frank H. Shir
ley, Westminster, S. C.-adv.r3'J-:i I.
' H. Ueubush will Open a sing-,
lng school at Pickens'Court, House
on Monday, July .'Hst, tho school to
continue for twenty days. All who
aro hil rested are voquestod^Jo be
presen' on the opening day .
.- .Mrs Geo. Mehrlons, of; Charl 03
ton, is vi ?ag her nieces, Mesdames
W. C. Hughs, Jesse C. Neville and
Chas. A. i1 "trick and among ir lou'
relatives a: ! numerous friends in
- Mrs. W. Mi Alexander, left last
Sunday for an extended vi. lt to rol
tittveS En Nor'h Carolina, Virginia
and West Virginia. During her stay
in Virginia she will v'sit the family
of Hov. M. o. Alexander at Graham.
-We h?re requested io announce
that Rev. W. S.-Goodwin, of Control,
will preach at the Monaghan Metho
dist church next Sunday. July 30th,
at ll o'clock a. m. A cordial tn vi
talion is extended to ail to be pros
Mrs. John L. McWhorter, wife
of tho associate editor of the Tampa
(Kia.) Morning Tribune, is spending
Hie summer at the Hotel Gordo:, nt
Waynesvillo.j N. c. Mrs. Xtc?Vl?orter
has ns ber guest ber sister, Mrs. Mat
tie v. Stribling, of Greenville,
Fifth Sunday services nt tho
Kirs) Baptist church, Walhalla, ?ort
Sunday at ll ? m. and 8?30 P m.
"Thc Call for Cl u lick" is tho stibject
of ibo sermon to he delivored at tho
evening hour o'.' worship. The " '..
tor invites you to cb me and -bring;
- We are requested to correct a
statement, thal appeared in our local
notes lust week to the effect that tho
resignation of Hov. W. H. Aull, lus
ter of st. John s Lutheran fthutch,
had been accepted hy Hie congrei;;!
tlon. This was incorrect. Mr. Aull
tendered his resignation, but action
was deferred until a full attendance
of the congregation could bo had. A
special meeting of the members of
St. John's church has been called for
the coming Sunday, and lt ls hoped
by the church officials and tho pastor
that there will bo a full attendance
of the.members. Besides taking an-J
(ion on thc matter of Pastor Anil's
resignation there aro other matters
of importance to be brought before
-Mrs. J. C. Neville entertained at
bridge on last Thursday in honor of
Mrs. McCurry Neville. The parlor
was beautifully decorated with shas
ta daisies. After a number of inter
esting games lt was found that Miss
Janie Neville scored- highest, receiv
ing a lovely Mnderla handkerchief,
while Mrs. J. H. Darby was "con
soled" with a deck, of cards. , The
fair honoree received a lovely table
cover. Delicious refreshments were
served by tile hostess, assisted hy
lier nieces, li11lo Misses Catherine
Adntns and Gertrude Hughs. Out
of-town visitors who added pleasure
to the guests and hotsess were Miss
Anna Terhune, of Atlanta, and Mrs
Sidney Adams, of Hock Hill.
-Mrs. McCurry Neville enter
tained at a delightful bridge lunch
ton last Thursday morning in honor
of Miss Anna Terhune, of Atlanta.
Tile attractive home with its new
furnishings was most inviting and n
pleasant '.imo was spent with cards
and conversation. At tho conclusion
of tho games Miss Torbane was pre
sented a cut-glass vase, nnd Miss El
oise Strother received a pretty 'Hand
made handkerchief for tho top score
prize. A tempting luncheon was
.??ved at 12 o'clock i>y the hostess,
a sisted by Miss Suo Gigllilliat, of
Seneca. Those present wcro: Miss
Terhune, Mrs. Sidney Adams. Miss
Sue Gigllilliat, Miss Hloise strother,
Mrs. James Darby, Mrs. Jesse Nev
ille nnd Miss Janie Neville.
- Some several weeks ago we
made mention of a freak egg which
was brought to us by TL M. Smith,
of Walhalla Monto 3. The egg meas
ured seven inches mound one way
and nine Inches the long way, and
weighed half a pound. Upon break
ing tills egg we found it to contain
another egg. full normal size and
with a perfectly formed hard shell.
Around tho inner egg, and between
lt and the large shell, there was a
layer of tho ordinary egg composi
tion, minus the yolk. The egg within
was fresh and perfect, containing
both yolk and white. This U tho
first of the kind that has over been
brought to The Courier offioo. The
large freak egg was laid by an or
dinary sized Rhode Island hen.
- The following item, clipped fromi
the Birmingham (Ala.) News of July
1 ft th, will bo of interest to ninny in
Walhalla, where Miss Harris has
visited on several occasions. Miss
Harris's mother was, bo fore her
marriage. Miss May Kelti), of Wal
halla, and she is n niece of Mrs, W.
1"). Moss, of this plaAe. Wo quote:
"Miss Leslie Harris, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Kugeiio J. Harris, has Just
returned from New York, where she
bas been the past year attending Co
lumbia University, nnd from which
institution she was graduated on the
8th of June with master's degree in
English, Miss Harris finished high
school In Meridian, Miss., and In her
senior* year al the Mer'dlnn high
school she won u medal in K.iglish
composition offered by the Now Or
leans Chamber of Commerce on "The
Kffects of lnnnigratir.il In the Smith."
After graduation she attended tho
Mississippi state College lor Women
nt Columbus. Miss . and on receiv
ing her diploma wns tendered tho
chair of English nt that institution,
which position she filled for two
years, and wns ?ion granted leavo of
absence In order lo pursuo her stud
ies nt Columbia, lt will lie gratify
ing to the many friends of Miss Har
ris in this city nnd elsewhere to know
that she will teach English in tho
Birmingham high school the com
-Horn, unto Mr. ami Mrs. J. 1*'.
Phillips, on Monday, .Inly 24th, tv
-Miss Clara Vernor, of Seneca,
spent the past week-end In Walhalla
as the guest of Miss Pauline Steck.
- Mrs. C. p. Corn, of .Johnston, S.
C., has been visiting at the homo of
lier parents, Mr. und Mrs. W. A.
Strother, during tho past week.
-;Dr. Glymph, the leading eye
sight specialist of Anderson, will he
here again next week. Read his ad.
in another column.
- .Mrs. Frailees Hamlin, of Colum
bia, has been visiting ut tho homo of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gurney for tho
past week, returning to her home
last Sunday afternoon.
- Miss Ul iza beth Jones, of John
son City, Tenn., ls the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. F. I?. Gurney. Before re
turning homo Miss Jones will visit
friends in Camden, Maine.
- Misses Rosalie Hunter and Joh
anna Diemen, of West. Union, uro
spending a few weeks in Charleston
with the former's sister, Mrs. Paul
' -We are requested to announce
that the recital which was to have
hoon given Thursday night, July 27,
hy Mrs. John J. Reeder, has been
postponed owing to Hie fact that Mi's.
Heeder's grandmother is very ill,
and she expects to ho called to At
lanta any minute.
-Contrary io previous announce
ment, there will be no preaching at
tile Walhalla Methodist church on
next. Sunday morning, nor will there
he services lhere at night. This an
nouncement is made necessary by
reason ol' certain circumstances hav
ing arisen that necessitated change
of phms that were previously made
-\\ .> are requested to, announce
that tm Bounty Land school will
open on Monday next. July ?lst, al
S.'IO o'clock. Judge O. IL Doyle, ol
Anderson, a former Bounty Lasd
boy, lt; j promised to be present at
the opening to address pupils, cach
et's and patrons. Tho otu ire commu
nity is invited to come out to hoar
- Mrs. C. TorhU.no and daughter,
Miss Anna, of Atlanta, after spend
ing a few days with friends in Wal
halla, returned last Friday to*their
home. They were accompanied to
Atlanta hy Mrs. Mary L. Montgom
ery,' who had also been for several
days among friends. Mrs. and Miss
Terhune expect to leave Atlanta this
week for an extended visit to their
old home at Hackensack, X. J,.
-There are many Walhalla and
Oeonee friends of Jos. J. Norton, Jr.,
who will learn with pleasure that he
has passed successfully an examina
tion for entrance lnto_ tho United
States Naval Academy and has now
been fully admitted as a midshipman.
Joseph went to the naval academy on
appointment from Senator N. B. Dial,
lie is a son of J. J. Norton, of Sen
eca, but has resided for some years
in Walhalla with his uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Venter.
-D. H. Rowland, of Dawson, Ga.,
ls in Walhalla for a few days, visit
ing at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. M.
K. Deal. Mrs. Rowland has been
here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Deal, for several months, and will
mt urn to Dawson with Mr. Rowland
when he goes back. There aro nu
merous friends of Mr. and Mrs. Row
land who aro delighted to meet tie
again. For many years Mr. Rowland
was in business in Walhalla, resid
ing with his family here,
- The following program, which is
to be shown al Tho star Theatre in
Seneca, should be of interest to lov
ers of the silent drama: On Thurs
day William Russell, in The Sing
ing River": Friday, tho incompara
ble Debe Daniels in A Came Chick
en": Saturday a full program of
Western comedy and feature Hims;
Monday, July I, Cnnv> . v Toarle, in
"Tho Referee," and Tuesday, Aug.
1st, an all-star cast in "Coincidence."
See any or all of Diese pictures They
will be sore to please you.
- In announcing tho death of L.
A. Lay we failed to mention several
facts concerning Iiis life which wo it
the time were unable to obtain. Mr.
Lay bad been ill for about a week,
suffering from kidney and heart af
fections. He was f>;> years of ago,
nnd was a son of the late Archclaus
.Lay, who was one of the prominent
farmers and citizens of our county.
A number of years ago Mr. Lay was
happily married to Miss Fmma Jane
Roberts, of this county, and to this
union fourteen chlldrtn were born,
all of whom, with their mother, sur
vive. The children are: Frank A.
Lay, of Birmingham. Ala.; Jas. A.,
of Madesto. Cal.; Oscar R" of San
Pedro, Cal.; Louis lt.. Charl'" B"
Clyde F., Jos. H, and Wilson M., all
of Oeonee;' Mrs. J. H. Ritter, of Wal
halla; Misses Marjorie, Annie, Ella
anti Frances Irene, who are at home.
Two brothers arid three sistors also
survive, these being James A. Lay,
of Birmingham, and John F. Lay.
of Walhalla Route 2; Mrs. Samuel
Reid, of Bessemer, Ala.; .Mrs. Emma
Sitton. of Greenville, and Mrs. Joe
McCarey, of Walhalla. Mr. Lay had
lived all his life in Oeonee, and was
numbered among the most prosper
ous and progressive farmers of the
upper section of ibo Stale.
Notes from (manga.
Changa, July 2 1. -Special: Tho
health of this community is good nt
Tho good old laylng-by time ls
hero, although there is plenty of
work to do In the crops.
J. D. Reid has the finest corn in
this section. Cotton looks good and
the farmers aro right after tho boll
Weevil, picking tho punctured squares
and plowing often.
Hov. W. H. Blackwell flllod his
regular appointment hero last Sat
urday and Sunday. On Saturday two
deacons wore ordained-Bros. Eli
Moore and 'Paul Sullivan. Henry
Adams, of Toxaway, assisted with
School oponed hore on July i5th
with H. G. 131 rdd as principal and
Miss Maud Spencer as his assistant.
There was a good attondance of both
?8B8 --'-'?-~-=^- 1922
Folks may say thb 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 Qloss Taint
will ".save the surface" and beautify at thc same time. It
is real economy to use it, because ot its long life and great
EVERY RANKER KNOWS how many farmers in his Com
munity have used their oat? bins UH their hanks, because when
the farmer linds his roll of greenbacks chewed to blt? ho noes to
tho hank for advice.
THE FARMER seldom says anything about it, because ho
doesn't want to ho ridiculed, and the hank says nothing, because
hankers do not talk about business of customers.
IF vor A RE USING THE OATS RIN as a receptarlo for
your money-STOP NOW! Deposit it in our bank.
Walhalla, S. C.
nashs, July 21.
Our Market will operate a
meat truck. We will bc able
to bring each day, to our cus
tomer's door, Fresh Meat,
Eggs, Bread and other Produce.
Fresh Fish on
Our route will include Walhalla
and West Union, Listen for
WALHALLA. S. C.
Rest Glasses Relieve Eyestrain.
Of Anderson,, S. C.,
The Old Reliable
children and their parents on the
opening day. Mr. Elrod gavo a good
talk on the duties of tho parents if
they expect results. Miss Spencer
also spoke some encouraging words,
and all promised to try to make this
ono of the best school years in this
Our Sunday school is In a nourish
ing condition, with Hoik. Black as
superintendent, Paul Sullivan, secre
tary, and Miss Pearl Sutiles, Clar
|enco Sullivan, Mrs. Bright, Clarcnco
Cothran and Moses Moore as teach
Erwin Loo, of Homer, On., vlsitod
relatives and friends in this section
recently. Ho rocolvod a cordial wol
como from all.
W, M. Collins returned from a
visit to Georgia recently. Ho reports
crops looking well, the roads in good
shapo and tho pooplo cheerful and
WILL RE AT
Norman's Drug Store,
Walhalla, S. C.,
One Day Only-Tuesday,
Anderson Bros.' Drug Store,
Westminster, S. C.,
One Day Only-Wednesday,
Don't neglect your eyes when
you can get expert service and
the very best Glasses at the
EX AMI NA TION FREE I
Tho Broom-Morton Reunion.
Cannons wero first used In tho
early part of tho 14th century.
The Broom-Morton annual reunion
will bo held nt tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Broom and Mrs. Mary
Williams, at Richland, on Aug. 4th.
All the rolatlvos and friends of tho
family ore cordially invited to at
tond. Como and bring woU-flllcd
baskets and lot us make lt tho best
reunion wo havo had. Don't forget
tho date-Aug. 4th.
-In Sweden oducntlon has boen com
pulsory for a number of years.