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PIGS ten weeks old for salo. W.
D. MOSS, Walhalla, S. C. _ _30_
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halla, S. C. 31-38
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S. C. :;o*
COMMERCIAL Agricultural Lime
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No. I. 31
SHORTHAND and Typewrit lng.
Mrs. JOHN REEDER will open a
class in Shorthand and Typewriting;
also classes in Expression and Physi
cal Training, and Water Color and
China Painting. Any ono wisfilng to
join any of these classes, sec or write
Mrs. JOHN J. REEDER, Walhalla,
8. C. 3JI-3J
FOR SALE-Three Tracts of Land
.-05 acres, two milos of Walhalla:
03 arres In Fini shoals section. live
miles of Walhalla: .",7 acres (WaldI
placo), in Ebenezer section, four
miles bf Walhalla. All good land,
dwelling and outbuildings oh each
place. Tor terms and particulars see
or write .1. C. HOOD, West Union, S.
C., (tonto I. 31-31
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ST. FRANOIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mmtldin Street, Walhalla, S" C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance... .9.30 n. m.
Muss and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Rovoroncl Thomas J. Mackin,
P. O. Box 82, Anderson, S. C.
A Regular Communication of blue
pSCTWWl Ridge Lodge, No. 92. A F.
|3&V^| M., will he held next Fri
liiir 1 day night, Aug. 1th. 1922,
at 8.30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers always welcome.
J. II. S. DENDY, W. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (adv)
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- Miss Pauline Steck spent tho
past week as the guest of Miss Clara
Vernor, of Seneca.
- Miss Maria Ansel continues crit
ically ill, to the regret of her many
- Mrs. L. W. Meakin, of Fitzger
ald, Ga., is with her mother, Mrs. R.
C. Strother, of West Union.
-Try our Wost hair nets, worth
15c. We sell them for 10 cents. C.
W. & .1. E. Bauknight.-adv.
-A. P. Crisp, of Newberry, ex
pects to arrive to-day (Wednesday)
to spend several weeks with relatives
- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Waddell and
two chllrden, of Commerce, Ga.,
spent a few days last week at tho
homo of Adam Vollrath, near town.
-Mrs. N. Fant and daughters,M rs.
Brown and Mrs. Smith and Misses
Kathleen and Lillian Fant, are visit
ing relatives In Anderson.
--Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Adams and
daughter, Miss Catherine, after a
week spent In Walhalla with rela
tives, returned to their homo in Rock
Hill last week.
-For Sale-1921 model Maxwell
touring car; good as new; run only
1 0G1 miles. Call and seo this splen
did car at (?reen Motor Co., Walhalla.
- Rally Hay at .St John's Lutheran
Sunday school Aug. Otb at 10 o'clock.
Como and dring a friend with you.
Wc want one hundred per cent pres
-Miss Kathleen McCarty, of Flor
ence, who is taking a course in nurs
ing it tho Florence Hospital, ;iecom
painod liv her niece, little Mary Jo
Key.-, ?s visiting Miss MeC.irv's mo
ther. Mrs. JIM.- Mcl'arey.
- Rev. and Mrs. Edwin F. K. Roof
and little son. of Georgia, are visit
ing Mis. Root's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Ceo. !.. Wilson. They have nu
merous friends here who are glad to
- Mr. and Mrs. James Phinney aro
spending a while tit their summer
home in the mountains. They wero
accompanied on this 'rip by Hubert
and Edwin Latlmcr, of Honoa Path,
-Fruit jars, qua ts $1.00; half
gallons. Jl.25. C. W. & J. E. Bauk
- We aro indebted to our good
friend, W. W. Fowler, for a gallon
of most excellent cider. Mr. Fowler
made tillite a large supply of cider
?his year from apples grown on his
place, nnd it is of first-class quality.
A great deal of this product is used
for making jelly, and some he dis
poses nf commercially as vinegar in
the late fall and winter.
ADE WITH YOU
served Cherries and
ination Relish for
Price on -
NET WEIGHT, HEAVY
:KETS WITH BALE
- 10 LB., $1.80.
US. - NO. 28.
-Misa Caro Probst is spending ;
tbis week with Winthrop school- j
mates in Greenwood county.
-Miss Allie Gentry, of Qreenvlllo,
is visiting her grandmother, Mrs.
Alice S. Dendy, and among other rel-,
atlvos in Walhalla.
-Mr, and Mrs. John J. Reeder
have moved from tho Moser house,
corner Tugalod and Mauldln streets,
io the Harrison bungalow' in Mid
-Miss Myrtle Hendricks returned
last week to her homo in Reesville,
ofter having spent some/'weeks at
tlie home ?f Mr. and Mrs. M.1 R. Mc
-Hemstitching and Poc?t Edging.
-Will glvo your orders careful at
tention. Mrs. M. Puckhaber, P. O.
Pox ICS. Walhalla, S. C., near tho
Brandt old home.-adv.-31-34.
-Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Phlnnoy
and children, of West Union, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Phln
ney at their summer home on Vil
-Misses Ruth and Ida Bell Oel
kors loft Sunday for Asheville, X. C.,
whore they will spond a whilo visit
ing. They will also go to Hender
sonvlllo before returning hbine.
-BrocdUS Thompson, a law stu
dent of the University of South Car
olina, is spending the summer at
tho home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Herndon. after visiting his home in
Hamlet, X. C.
-John and Francis Strother, of
Georgia, are visiting at tho home of
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
D. Vertier, near town. They aro the
sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strother,
of Louisville, Ga.
-Syrup buckets, gallon size, Hie.
apiece; quart and pint tin cans, tho
kind you use with soldering irons or
Home Can Sealers. Frank H. Shir
ley, Westminster, S. C.-.adv.-3?-31.
-We aro requested to announco
that the Sullivan reunion will be
held at tho homo of R. L. Bradberry,
Fork township, Anderson county, on
next Friday, Aug. 4th. Relatives and
friends of the Sullivan family are
I -The Star Theatre, Walhalla, of
fers dainty Madge Kennedy in "The
Girl with a Jazz Heart" as tho at
traction for Thursday, Aug. 3, (to
morrow). On Saturday of this week
tho regular program-Western, com
edy and two reels of the thrilling
serial, "The Secret Four," featuring
-Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Verner have,
gono to Battle Creek, Mlch~~.n the
interest of Mr. Vernor's health;. Ho
has not been quito well of late, and
it was deemed advisable to consult
specialists. Mr. Vernor's many
friends here and elsewhere in the
county will bo anxious to hear of
- Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Carter spent
the past week-end in Greenville with
relatives. They were accompanied
by their daughters, Misses Frances
and lOdith, both of whom liavo ac
cepted positions to loach in schools
near Greenville mid Creer, respect
ively. Those yoting ladies have just
completed a normal course at Win
- We aro in receipt of a post card
from W. Harry Cary, of Columbia,
formerly of Walhalla, mailed from
Seattle, Wash., in which Mr. Cary
takes occasion to say: "My wife and
I just arrived hero after a trip into
tho Canadian Rockies, and will go
down through CaVfornla, Yellow
stone, and othor places. Suppose you
will doubt my truthfulness when I
say that I have been wearing an
-Just received, car of cotton seed
meal, hulls, shorts, dalry food and
beet pulp. C. W. & J. E. Rauknlght,
-The friends of Robert h. Rog
ers will bo gratified to learn that,
after spending two weoks at Camr
McClellan, near Annlston, Ala., bc
bas boen appointed an instructor fot
tho remaining four weeks of thc
encampmnt, and has entered upon
his duties. James R. Boulware, an
othor Davidson man, and a nephew
of Rev. W. H. Hamilton, of Wal
halla, has received a like appoint
- For tho Information of partie*
interested, lt is announced that reg
istration certificates can be obtained
al any timo on application at thc
('our; House. Mr. Cobb, of tho reg
istration board, will attend to tho is
suance of oertilicates on almost any
day, as he lives not far from the
Court House and can attend lo thc
matter personally or by authorized
agent of tho board. Got your lortl
ficate If you have not done so. You
cnn volo In tho primaries without
having a registration certificate, but
voting In the primary Imposes a duty
-that of supporting tho nominoo in
the general election-which cannot
bo carried out if ono fails to secure
registration certificate. Placo your
self In position to vote in tho general
election as well as in tho primaries.
-Mr. and Mrs. Bill Buchanan and
Bon, Bill, Jr., of Anderson, spent last
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
- Mrs. F. M. Murphy and daugh
ters, Marlon and Laura, of Anderson,
spout tho past week visiting at tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. JJ. D. Isbcll.
-Quart and pint solder-hemmed
cap-hole tin cans, 3 Vi ?nd 3% cents
apiece. Open-top sanitary cans, used
with tho Home Can Sealers, same
price. Frank ll. Shirley, Westmin
ster, S. C.-adv.-30-3 1.
-Mrs. Henry Martin and throe
children, of Charleston, arrived last
week and aro visiting at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Mei burg. They
will bo In Walhalla for a month or
- Wo aro requested to announce
that a protracted meeting will begin
at Liberty Baptist church, In the
Ebenezer section, on Saturday next,
Aug. Otb. Everybody ls cordially In
vited to attend.
- Miss Lila Addis, ono of Wost
Union's most charming and attrac
tive young girls, who bas been spend
ing her summer vacation In Green
ville and Spartanburog, returned to
her homo last Thursday, to t nc de
light of her many friends.
-Mrs. F. L. Pickett, of Rocking
ham, X. C., is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McMahan, of
near Seneca. Mrs. 'Pickett's many
friends aro always glad to welcome
her lu their midst. Mr. Pickett will
later join his wifo for a short visit.
. -A revival mooting is in progress
this week al Rocky Knoll, the ser
vices beginning nt 10.30 a. m. and
at S o'clock in the evening. The pas
tor, Rev. L. M. Lyda, has charge of
the meeting, and evidences of great
good to be accomplished are at hand.
Everybody is invited to attend theso
meetings, which will continue for
the balance of the week.
-James H. Brown left yesterday
morning for Columbia, where ho Is
attending a meeting of tho county
presidents of tho Cotton Growers'
Co-operative Marketing Association,
in connection with the State officers
of the association. Tho association
IE rapidly moving forward with its
work of perfecting ?u plans for tho
activo work of the association in the
handling of the 1922 cotton crop in
-Wo aro requested to announce
that a lawn party will be given by
tho Ladies Aid society of St. John's
'Lutheran church, at the parsonage,
Thursday (to-morrow) evening, Aug.
3d, beginning at 7 o'clock. Thoso
who have attended previous lawn
parties given hy the ladies of the
Lu*beran church need no urging to
attract them to-morrow night. All
will be cordially received and royally
-The ninny friends of Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Harbin, of Hie Westmin
ster section, sympathize with them
in tlie death of their son, Willie, who
was 2 1 years, which s::<) event took
placo on Tuesday, July 2.1th. His
death came after only two weeks of
illness. Ho was a kind-hearted boy,
having -a pleasant smile and a cheery
word for every one. ?I" will be sadly
missed by ninny in and around West
minster. He leaves Iiis father and
motlier, live brothers and two sis
ters to mourn his death. The body
was laid to rest in Hie Westminster
cemetery, tho services being conduct
ed by Rev. Jones.
-Tho Hayno Circle hold a de
lightful meeting last Friday after
noon with Mrs. Harry Hughs. At 5
o'clock tho mooting was called to
order by tho president, Mrs. Sam
Vernor. Tho roll-call was answered
by an Rom of Interest of tho indus
tries of South Carolina. The attend
ance of members was good, and tho
meeting was both interesting and In
structive. Splendid papers were read
by Mrs. C. W. Pitchford, Jr., Mrs. J.
H. Darby, Miss Daisy Strong, Mrs.
Jesse Neville and Mrs. Chas. Iletrlck.
Several visitors added pleasure to
tho afternoon. Tho charming hos
tess, assisted by Mrs. Claude Rold
and Miss Daisy Strong, served a de
licious salad course during the social
-A most enjoyable occasion was
that of last Frlady, when tho fami
lies of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. C.. Breazeale
and Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Stonecypher,
Of Westminster, hold a joint family
reunion on tho lawn nt tho homo
of tho Stonecyphers on Retreat
street. Thero were about a hundred
and twenty-live guests present, sev
eral from Walhalla being prosont,
and the occasion was a most enjoy
able one. A most pleasing feature of
tho day was tho sorving of old-tlmo
barbecued mont, both beef and pork
having boon prepared In this old
time, tasty fashion. Anderson county
and several towns on tho Goorgla
sido of tho river wero ropres-.ontcd
among Hie gues's. Tho Broazoalo
and Stonecypher families aro two of
thc most prominont In Westminster
and Oconee, and* their frlonds hore
and elsewhere wish for thom many
moro such happy reunions.
"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 tot and decay.
Lucas Tinted ?loss Waint
will "save the surface" and beautify at the same time? It
is teal economy to use it, because of its long life and great
Give us die opportunity of estimating the amount needed.
FOR SALE BY
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. C.
Tim average person is timid about starting a hank account
with a email sum of money. They carry their money nhout with
them, and having it with them, they are continually making in
roads on it.
Hut if an account is started there is mt incentive to add to
it, ami not having tho ready cash In pocket, tho inclinait ion to
hey articles without consideration is curbed.
As a result, in n short (line the first $100 is accumulated
in the bank-a? d from that, time on (lie pleasure of adding to it
The Enterprise Bank,
Walhalla, S. C.
-Miss liuih Morton, of Burling
ton, X. C., is visiting her sister, Mrs.
W. F. Huffman, and family.
-Two new candidates 'aro an
nounced this week-J. s. Qlyinph as
a condidato for the Houso of 'Repre
sentatives, and Capt. V. P. Martin
for ro-election as Judge of Prohato.
-The dates for tho meeting of tho
Beaverdam Baptist Association have
been changed from August 15th and
16th to August Sth and 9th. All tho
churches of tho association are re
quested to take noto of the change
-Miss Mario Isboll gavo a swim
ming party at Stribling's shoals lasj,
Saturday afternoon in honor of hor
guests, Misses Marion and Laura
Murphy, of Anderson. A numbor of
young people enjoyed this delightful
Other Local Items on Fifth Pago.
Card of Thanks.
Editor Keoweo Courier:
Piense allow us spaco In your col
umns to express our thanks to our
many friends and neighbors for their
kindness shown us during tho Illness
and nt tho death of our dear son and
brother, Will io Harbin, and for tho
many beautiful floral tributes. May
'Cod's richest blessings bc with thom
all is our prayer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Harbin
Westminster, S. C.- (adv.
The Mooro -Wright- Campbell-Gibson
This reunion will ho hold at tho
homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mooro,
on tho Pendleton and Portman road,
near Zion church, on Aug. 3d. All
Oconco Lady Dies in Georgia.
Westminster, July 30.-- Mrs. L.
M. Peden, formerly of the lower sec
tion of Greenville county, died at tho
home of her daughter, Mrs. W. C.
Mason, at Lavonia, Ga., Saturday at
noon, she had been In feeble health
for sevoral years, but was critically
ill only one woek. She was botweon
75 nnd 80 years of ago. Sho was
born In the Fairview section of
Greenville county and came from
there to Westminster 2S years ago.
Slio moved to Lavonia with hor son
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Mason, 20 years ago and sinco
then had resided In that town. Her
maiden name was Harrison, and sho
was -n mcmhor of one of tho largest
and most Influential families of
Greenville county. Hor husband, tho
lalo David Peden, who died many
years ago, was a direct descendant of
.John and Peggy Peden, who Bottled
noar Fairview moro than two centu
ries ago. Tho deceased is survived by
ono son, Thoa. C. Peden, merchant,
cf Westminster, und ono daughter,
Mrs. Mason, of Lavenia, Ca., and
Mrs. Poden was a most estimable
Christian lady. She had been a do
vot.ed member of tho Presbyterian
church from childhood.
Interment took place In tho fam
ily plot In tho historic Fairview cem
etory near Fountain Inn, to-day. T.
Peden Anderson, prcsldont of tho
Westminster Bank, who ls n nephew
ol the deceased, was among the num
ber from Westminster to attend tho
funeral and Iniormont.
connections of tho above nnmod fam
ilies aro invited to como and bring