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FOR SALE-Automatic Con!press
ed Air Pumping Outfit; practically
new. W. I'\ .Mi LA M. Walhalla. S.C. * j
IOU SALE - Ono Wicker Baby
Cania);"': splendid condition. MUS.
T. ll. HUGHS. W ."?halla. S.C. 3J2-3J?*
""WANTER-Hoof Hides, 5 Vfcc. per
pound. BROWNLOW OELKERS,
Walhalla. S. C.
SURVEYING promptly and accu
rately dono. HARRY EARLE, Wal
halla, S. C. 31-118_
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C. _ 26-tf
FOR SALE.-200 bushels of Corn
and 00 bushels or' Oats. Seo A. C.
CALLA ll AM, Westminster, S. C.. Rt.
HEMSTITCH I-N't; and Pecoting.
All work carefully and promptly
dono. MRS. J. KL HOPKINS, Sen
oca, S. C._^813^*_
WANTED-?.OOO pounds of Hides
in the next sixty days. W ll pay best
market price. Seo me before you sell.
M. L. PHILLIPS, Walhalla, S. C. 34*
NOTICE.-Tho Keowee Courier is
In position to handle subscriptions
to all tho loading periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business.
"OCONEE KINO"- (Registered
Jersey Bull,) tn my pasture for ser
vice. See me for terms, etc. H. W.
BRANDT, Walhalla, S. C. 20-3 2
WANTED-Man with car to sell
host low priced Cord Tiros made.
?liJO.Ot) per week and expenses.
WOLFE TIRE CO., 400S Canal. Ben
ton Harbor, Mich. 32*
BLUE RIDGE GARAGE and Black
smith Shop,* West Union, S. C., now
open nnd ready for business. Service
prompt ami reasonable in price,
MINSON ii I'HRASllER, Mechanics,
in charge :::'-::.".!
LOST <>i; STOLEN-Between vVal
hally and Seneca, or lu Seneca, one
!>n.\M '.? fire und Rim. Tire has blow
out patch. Reward li returned to
PIEDMONT MOTOR CO., Walhalla,
S. C. 82,
SELL THE ORIGIN VL WAI KINS
Products, Cooii city territory still
open. Get our wonderful offer and
free samples. Write to-day. THE
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VOrk, N. V. :; 1 -:;;.:
COMM CROI \L \griculturnl Limo
at attractive prj i : car load and
less than car load prices; hulk or in
pa pi i' bags. WESTMINSTER OIL &
KICRTILI/.ER CO., Westminster, S.
\\ \ vi ED - .K00t| hustler io
sell goods on Blue Ridge passenger
train. Mast have $lf?.0(i cash secur
ity, one that lives in Walhalla. Ap
Pl> THE UNION NEWS CO., Blue
Ridge Passenger station, Anderson,
NOT Hi E.-Notice is hereby given
by tho School Hoard of Taiuassce I).
A. IL Industrial'School, Tim*, no bills
will he paid unless accompanied by
an order for same, signed hy Chair
man of Hoard. MRS. KRANK C.
CAIN. State Itegenl and Chairman <.i
School Hoard; MKS. IL N. BRAT
TON, Secretary of Board. .'!2-;?.">
SHORTHAND and Typewriting.-?
Mrs. JOHN REEDER will open a
(lass in Shorthand and Typewriting:
also classes In Expression and Physi
cal Training, and Water ('(dor and
China Painting. Any one wishing to
join any of those classes, seo <>r write
Mr*. 'IOl IN .1 REEDER, Walhall;?,
I Oil SA LE-Three Tracts of Land
a<res. two miles of Walhalla:
'.' acres In Kial shoals section, flvo
milos ot Walhalla: acre-: (Wabli
place), in Ebenezer section, four
ml . * of Walhalla. All good land,
dwelling and outbuildings on each
Pince. For tenus and particulars see
Ol write J. C. HOOD, West Union, S.
C., Ponto I. 31-31
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
There will bo a Regular Meeting
of Walhnila Lodgo, No. r,7. Knights
of Pythias, at tho Masonic Temple
to-morrow (Thursday) night at 8
o'clock. Every m om ber urged to bo
ARTI I CR BROWN,
T. B_. SH FLOR, K. of R. and S.
A Special Communication of Blue
V^ALM!^ "^'"^o I-?dge, No. 92, A. F.
I^yf I My will be held Friday
fliiSi I night. Aug. nth, |ft22. at
Work In Third Degree, Visiting
i Confections? Award
ics of America. An ap
every occassion. To
ch to any social affair
Al TO CO. HLOCK
ST. FRANOIS CATHODIC CHUTtCH,
Mniddin Sticot, Walhalla, S. O.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackin,
P. O. Box S2, Anderson. S. C.
ty LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ty
-Mr?. H. C. Busch spent last week
nt Clemson College with her daugh
ter, Mrs. E. T. McClure.
- Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hoofer, Of
Columbia, are visiting their cousins.
Mrs. ti. C. Busch and Miss J. Baum
- Miss Lois Kelley lias returned
hoirie from a three-weeks visit in
Atlanta, she was accompanied by
her sister, Mrs. ll. Grady Burton.
- Miss I ladle Thompson, who has
for several month . been visiting rel
atives and friends in several seel ions
of this state, returned last week to
Walhalla, and will bo for some time
at her homo near town.
--Monist i tching and Pecot Edging.
-Will give your orders careful at
tention. Mrs. M. Puckhaber, P. O.
Box ins, Walhalla, S. C.. near the
Brandt old home.-adV.-31-3-L
-Wo are requested to announce
that the Cole reunion will he held
at Double Springs church, Anderson
county, on Saturday, Aug. C. All
tho relatives and friends are cordi
ally invited to attend and enjoy tho
- Mart Hardin, of Walhalla, has
accepted ;i position with the Victor
Mill at Fayet*,*vvin x. c. Mr. Har
din was a loom Uxor in the local
Vlctor-Monaghan plant, and is held
in high esteem In tho community. Wo
regret to see him leave the village.
- R. \V. Whitton, of Pendleton,
will sing at the Walhalla Monaghan
Viii M. E. church next Sunday morn
ing, Aug. 13, at I a o'clock,, Mr Whit
ten will also begin a ten-nights sing
ing school, beginning Monday. Aug.
1 lib, from 7 o'clock lo n o'clock.
Every ono is cordially invited to at
- For Salo-Ifl'J 1 model Maxwell
touring c;u-; good as new; run only
10(51 miles, ('.ill and see this splen
did car ni Croon Motor Co., Walhalla,
- Misses Frances Kauffman an I
Eugenia Moss encUi'tained nt tho
home ot' thc former on last Saturday
afternoon in honor of Miss Kathleen
McCarcy, of Klorence, who is visit
ing her hoinofolks. .lolly games and
delightful refreshment.; were tho or
der of thc doy, and a very pleasant
af tor li oon was spent by the young
ladies Of the "snh-deh." age.
I). M. Alexander, of ContorvillO,
Md., was in Walhalla for a short
while Monday, having como through
on Iiis way to the upper section of
tho county, whore he is looking .after
improvements on his property, which
is well known as the Keith Quarters,
or the Looper placo. This property
he purchased some time back and
is making extensivo improvements.
Ho was accompanied by his brother,
.i. L. Alexander, of Groonvllle.
- ?-Federal court will convene, at
Rock ?lill on Sept. 1 l tb. Judge ll. H.
Watkins presiding, The following
citizen, nf Oconee have boon drawn
as grand jurors to serve at that time:
W. II. Prince, Walhalla Route No '..
and Ira S. l'itts, West minster. J. W.
Byrd, of Seneca, was drawn as a
petit Juror. For tho second week of
conn Rufus Earle, Townvlilo, and
J. II. Barnett, Westminster, /wore
(irawu as petit jurors. The second
week jurors will attend the session
beginning sept. 1 R.
- Rev. W. F Sinclair, who bas
been pastor of tho Second Baptist
church for two years, will go *.o
Sflartanburg. where ho ls to conduct
revival services for Rev. W. A. Sto*
phonson next week. Following this
meeting ho.will he with Rev. M. J.
Stunsail at New Hope, in this county,
for a week. Hov. Sinclair has had
considerable experience in rovival
work in lila own churches, having re
ceived about tir, momhors by baptism
pince coming to '.his work hore, and
a much larger number by lotter.
-Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lake, Jr.,
aro visiting relatives at Newberry.
-Rev. T. M. Stribllng, of Waynes
ville, Ga., was among his Walhalla
friends for a short While last week.
Ile is always a welcome visitor hero.
-Mrs. Frank K. Schroder, of Pen
dleton, ls at tho home of Mrs. Cora
Schroder, recuperating from a severo
illness with pneumonia, which sho
sustained Just before coming hore.
Sho ls improving rapidly, and her
friends hope to seo her out again
- Rev. T. H. ICptlng, of Meards
town, 111., spout a few days in Wal
halla, arriving here Friday after
noon and leaving Monday for Green
ville and other points lu this State.
Rev. Mr. Fptlng, who was at one
time pastor of tlie Walhalla Lutheran
church, preached to tho congrega
tion lune Sunday morning, mid ho
was most cordially greeted by tho
members of bis old dock.
-Doesn't this "listen good" to
you? It's the attractions which Thc
Star Theatre, Seneca, ls offering thc
balance of this week and the llrst ol
next week. Thursday, Aug. 10, Dtm
stin Partium I? "The Devil Within,"
and a good comedy; Friday. Aug.
llth, Klaino Hammerstein, In "Re
morseless Love," and a Patho News
i eel; Monday, tho incomparable Con
stance Talmadgo in "Mrs. Lolling
well's Loots." and Tuesday, Aug. t~>
May Allison, in "Extravagance,'
with tho excruciatingly funny Aosor
Fables. These are pictures you can
not well afford to miss. The theatre
ts cool and pleasant, and tiaro is
always good music.
-On Tuesday of last week Deputy
(ins Sullivan and Rural Policeman
W. L. Littleton raided a still neal
I'oor Mountain, three miles wen of
Walhalla. The sull was in operation
and 1)0 gallons'of beer were de
stroyed, four gallons of whiskey
were poured out and the still cut up
Uno man, John Moore, was brough)
to jail. Last Friday evening ten gal
lons of whiskey Vere found near thc
Urasstown church, and on Saturday
in tho same section, two more still:
were found, with about 1,000 gal
lons of beer at one and about 50(
gallon sat the other. Ton largo fer
mentors were destroyed. No one wa:
at either cf th^se places.
-Miss Janie Neville delightfully
entertained some of her friends las
Wednesday afternoon in honor of he
sister-in-law, Mrs. McCurry Neville
Three tables wore laid for bridge pm
ono for rook. After several exoltlnj
rubbers and games, cards were lah
aside for refreshments. Tho coloi
scheme of white and gold was car
lied out in the refreshments, whicl
consisted of white and yellow, crean
In cantaloupe, angel food and pou m
cake. After this course mint juloi
and yellow and white mints wen
served. Tho prizes also showed th
color sbome, they hoing white am
poid Mower baskets filled with shast;
daisies. Mrs. Marion Smith, of Mis
sissippi, won the prize at the roo!
table, while Mrs. Janies Darby, Mrs
Monroe McDonald and Miss Janii
Neville ShankTIn, of Clemson, wf)1
tho prizes at tho bridge tables. Mrs
McCurry Neville was presented wit
a box of hnnd-embroidorod Madeir
toa napkins by tho hostess. Thos
enjoying Miss Neville's hospitalit
were Misses Sue Gignllliat ot Sonecf
Julia Maxwell, Hloise Strut aor, Ja
nie Neville Sbanklin of Clemson
Mesdames Marvin Phlnnoy, Monro
McDonald, Fair Dodd of Atlanta
McCurry Neville, Cns Sbanklin o
Clemson, Jesse Neville, and Jame
-J. C. Ramploy and Derri!! Darb
are on a camping trip for tao wee
at Highlands, N. C.
--Lewis C. Harrison loaves till
week to spend several days it lllgl
lands, X. C.
- Miss Anna Darby, of Groenvllh
is expected in Walhalla to-day for
visit among friends and relativos.
-Wo are .-equosted to tiunounc
that thor-: will be no meeting of th
Walhalla Methodist Parsonage Ai
Society until Sept. 7th.
- Friends of C. Ci. Ensloy.whO hf
been suffering from nil attack of I:
phold fever for some w. oks, ar
glad to note that he is nblo now't
bo out again, though ho is still vei
week. We hope to see him enjoyill
his usual robust health soon.
-The many friends of Maske
Jordan, of Anderson, will be glad I
learn that he ls convalescing nico!
after a serious operation at tho Ai
dorson hospital. Mr. Jordan former]
resided In Seneca, where he was ci
gaged in the moving picture bus
ness, but some months ago accepte
a position 'in Anderson and move
to that city with his family.
-Wo have four car loads of goc
flour, bought right; two cars Andu
brand salt, two car loads of short
It takes a lot of money, room an
work to handle ?ill this-but we wai
your business and we buy in lar*
quantities in order to give you tl
best prices and tho benefit of ct
load rales. We appreciate your bus
ness, we need your business, wo woi
for your business, and we feel HI
wo deserve your business. So let
come together and do business. R
member, we trade you service f<
business, j. H. Alley, West Unio
LOCAL NEWS FROM CONKROSS.
Several from Conunuuity Enjoy tho
Summer Assembly Sessions.
Conoross, Aug. 7.*-Special: livery
one Interested in tho Conoross cem
etery is urged to moot there next
Friday, Aug. il th, for the purpose
of cloaniug off iho cemetery. Lot
everybody come early Friday morn
ing with such tools as they think to
bo necessary for 'he work, and lot
us put it in good shape.
Hay Harker and wife, of Atlanta,
spent last Thursday with tholr cou
sins, tho Harker family, at Coneross.
Tom Turner and .Mr. and Mrs. Hen
Turner, of Slovens county, Georgia,
spent several days last week with
tho former's siste, 1rs. Luko Adair,
of this place.
Miss Bewley Ilunsinger, of Long
Creek, spent a short while hero with
her mother, Mrs. S. M. Ilunsinger.
on her way *o Greenville, where she
is tn attendance upon tho summer
assembly. Site was accompanied from
hero by Miss Pearle Ilunsinger and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Montgomery,who
wont in their touring car. Mr. and
Mrs. Montgomery visited relatives
in Greenville, and aro on their way
to visit at several other points In
this State before their return homo.
Miss Pearle Ilunsinger also attend
ed a few days of the summe rnssem
bly and was called from lhere to Six
Mile, where she has accepted a posi
tion as matron al the Six-Mile Acad
emy. After spending some time there
sile will probably be at home here
for a while before taking up her new
work permanently. We congratulate
Miss Pearle on getting work at that
good place. As such positions in all
Baptist schools require a high order
of character and fitness, Miss Pearle
will feel her responsibility as ma
tron, but she will provo herself wor
thy of tho high trust imposed upon
hor. She will have manp opportuni
ties to do great work for tho Master
in tho way of personal service among
the pupils and also in the church
work In the several churches near
there. When wo shall lose Miss Ilun
singer from our church we will have
lost one of our most noble young
ladies and best church workers, as
she ls ouc of our Sunday school
teachers, leader of tho Royal Am
bassadors, Bible readers, leader of
our B.Y.P.U and secretary of our Y.
W. A.'s. But wo wish her much suc
cess in her work at the Six-Mile
Mrs. Corene Roach returned homo
here aftor spending a month with
relativos in Westminster.
Nelson Steward left hero Wednes
day for Franklin county, Georgia,
where ho is visiting Iiis sister, Mrs.
S, D. Kelley. Ile will spend a week
or ten days there.
Miss Harriet Du Bose returned to
hor homo in Seneca yesterday, after
spending about tee. days with lier
aunts, tho Misses Barker, of Cono
T. W. Byrd spoilt Wednesday and
Thursday and Friday with relatives
Mrs. Annio McDonald and grand
daughter, Miss Edna, and Mr. ami
Mrs. Ben McDonald and son .lames
were guests of relatives in Green
ville Saturday und Sunday.
Alford Steward and family, of
Westminster, are visiting the for
mer's father, 121 isbn Steward, near
Miss Minnie Barker returned homo
Friday after having spent about a
week in Greenville. She was visit
ing her cousins, W. O. Alexander and
family, and Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Far
mer and childron, also stopping over
with her brother and wife at Cal
houn on hor return. While in Green
ville sile attended the summer as
sembly and heard some of the most
wonderful addresses from the differ
ent men and women of the State.
Sho reports every part of tho assem
bly splendid, and says that ll is worth
more than one can express to attend
the meetings. The assembly will last
through this week. Wo urge any ono
who can do so to attend, if only for
n short while. Miss Leltio Barker
also attended the assembly and is
now visiting relatives in Plckens be
fore returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. IL. A. Cleland, of
near Westminster, spent Friday with
their daughter. Mrs. Henry Hesso, of
this section. They were accompanied
by their children, little Miss Sophie
anil L. A., .Ir.
Miss May Byrd was a recent guest
of her aunt, Mrs. Oillo Duncan, of
Walhalla, for a few days.
Messrs. Stanley and Robert .Mor
gan and Misses Velma and Agatha
Smith, of Pickons, spent a fow days
recently with relatives hero.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Alexandor, of
Conoross, and Mr. and Mrs. T. D.
Alexander. Jr,, of Greenville, who
aro on an extondod visit hero, wero
spond-the-day guosts of Mr. and Mrs.
T. D. Barker, of Westminster, re
Tho Bluo Ridge school picnicked at
tho tunnel Saturday and onoyed lt
"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 Waint
?will "save the surface" and beautify at the same time. It
is real economy to use it, because of its long life and great
Give us the opportunity of estimating the amount needed*
FOR. SALE BY
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. C.
i Hi; STUB In his Chock Rook shows to whom ho paid his
'money, und he may make it show exactly for what each sum
IX OTIIll*WOIU>8, the ( hork Rook Stub ls a simplified form
ol' keeping hooks (hat is valuable (o any man, and especially to
the working man or 'farmer who possibly keeps no (Uber form of
books showing his receipts and expenditures.
TUM MAN WNO PAYS CASH ns ho ?oes frequently won
ders what becomes of his money. Not so with tho man who pays
willi checks on his hank account.
The Enterprise Bank,
Walhalla, &\ C.
very much, as this was the first time
for tho most of the 'eachers and pu
pils to view ibo beautiful mountain
scenery and enjoy tho mountain
breezes that come so pleasantly in
and around tho tunnel.
A. VV, Xix, of Madison, spent Fri
day night with li i s sister, Mrs. Annie
Byrd, of this community. Ho was
accompanied by his grandfather, Bd.
Xix, of Salem, who was on his way
to Madison for a visit.
Wo have been informed that Rev.
Thompson opened revival services at
Poplar Springs Baptist church yes
terday and will run probably all of
this week. Mr. Thompson is a good
preacher, and we wish bim gre.it
success this week.
Misses Janie and Codyo Alexander
delightfully entertained at their
home hore Saturday evening in hon
or of Miss Annie Belle Watkins, who
was visiting at their home. During
the social hour delicious punch was
served. Those present report a most
Misses Lena and Oracle Abbott on
joyed a trip to Highlands, X. C., re
cently. They woro accompanied by
H. A. Roovos and Miss Kathleen
Dodd, Robert Gumbrell and Mis?
hone Reeder, of West Union.
Miss C.ortrudo Olaudsoa, of Char
leston, accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Cornelius Davis and daughter, Miss
Millio Mae, of Westminster, on their
visit to Mrs. iXottio Hesse tho past
week-end. Miss Claudsca ls a cousin
to Mrs. Hosso's family and tho fam
ily of Mr. Davis, and la spending
some Mino with Mrs. Davis, and will
probably bo In our community again.
Bho is a very interesting young lady,
and we aro glad indeed to havo her
Mrs. Julius T. Dill, of Anderson,
was a guest in tile home of J. Davis
Abbott and family here last week.
Quito a number from hore attend
ed the singing convention at Xew
Mrs. s. M. Munslnger and .). V.
Dilworth and family, of this section,
attended tho birthday dinner of Mrs.
Paul Cillison, of Bounty Land, yes
Mr. and Mrs. R. Stephens and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Huffman and
family and Mrs. J. C. Bates.of near
Greenville, were .spend-tho-day vis
itors at tho homo of W. T. Haynes
and family here Saturday.
Jim Lynch and'family, of Seneca,
woro recoil', visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Duckworth.
Miss Lona Abbott left yesterday
for Salem, where she will take up
work Ono morning as toachor In tho
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hesso and Miss
Zadie Hesso attended tho Cleland re
union, which was held at tho home
of will Cleland, of Westminster, yes
The Con cross choir will meet at
tho homo of J. L. Duckworth next
Chnrlio Du Boso and, family, of
Soneca, spout yesterday with B. W.
Alexander and wife, of Conoross.
ice Cream* at Neville School House.
Tho Novillo Rural School Improve
ment, association will servo ice cream
nt tho school house on Thursday (to
morrow), Aug. 10, beginning at 7
o'clock p. m. Tho money raised from
tho salo of cream will go for tho Im
provement of tho school. Tho pub
lic ls cordially Invttod, and liberal
patronngo will bo appreciated.
norbert Sullivan, Socrotary.