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WANTED-Hoof Hides. Will puy
7c. per pound. BROWNLOW O BILK
ERS, Walhalla, S. C. 32*
FOR SALI'!-Ford Touring Car;
practically new. Terni:; lo suit buyer.
FRANK CRAM'.. WoHwlla, Q. C;_32tf
FOR SALE - Hood Jorsoy Milk
Cow. Apply to OHO. BU UKI.Kl N,
Walhalla, S. C. ::-;*._._
FOR SALK - One Wicker Baby
Carriage; splendid condition. MRS.
T. H. 1IUC, I IS, Walhalla, S.C. -.KV*
SURVEYING promptly and accu
rately done. HARRY EARLE, Wal
h alla, S. C._31-3 S _
MONEY TO IiOAN on Improved
Farm Lahds. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C. _2G-tf__
FOR SALK-One hundred bushels
Fulghum Seod Oats; homo raised;
guaranteed pure. Also, Pigs for sale.
W. H. MOSS, Walhalla, S. C. 32-tf
WANTED - To Ruy - One one
hor.se Mower;, must bo in good con
dition and clieap for cash. Call at
WA L11 AU ,1 iA TIN SHOP._32
FOR SALE.-200 bushels of Corn
and GO bushels of Oats. See A. C.
C ALLAH AM, Westminster, s. C., Rt.
2. _g 32-33
HEMSTITCHING and Pecotlng.
All work carefully and promptly
done. MRS. J. E. HOPKINS, Sen-j
eca, S. C. 28-35*
WANTED-5,000 pounds of Hides
In the next sixty days. W ll pay best
market price. See mo before you sell.
M. L. PHILLIPS, Walhalla, S. C. 34?
NOTICE.-Tho Keoweo Courier is
in position to handle subscriptions
to all the loading periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business.
NOTICE.-Horses and Mules Shod
-nails and shoes furnished. All
work guaranteed. Call on nie for
good service. .1. II. WOOD. Salem, S.
C. 32-35* _
WANTED - Chickens. jEggs and
Beef Hides, for cash. Markel some
higher. Seo me before yon sell.
RICHARD OELKHRS, Walhalla, S.
BIAK RIDGE GA RA G H and iuack
Smith Shop. Wcsl I nion. S. C., now
open and ready tor business. Service
prompt and reasonable in prie.-.
MINSON ? TH RASH KR, Mechanics,
in charge, ::..-::."!
SKI.L Till; ORIGINAL WATKINS
Products. Coed city territory still
open. Got our wonderful offer and
free samples. Write to-day. THE
.1 R. WATKINS CO., Dept. Ti), Now
.York, N. V. 31-35!_
WANTED - one good bustler to
sell goods on Blue Ridge passenger
train. Must have $15.00 cash secur
ity, one that lives in Walhalla. Ap
ply TDK UNION NEWS CO., Blue
Ridge Passenger Station, Anderson,
S. C. 3J?-33
NOTICE.-Notice is hereby given
hy the School Board of Tamassoo D.
A. R. Industrial School, Tba*, no bills
will ho paid unless accompanied lu
nn order for same, signed by Chair
man of Board. MRS. FRANK C.
CAIN. st.ile Regen) and Chairman of
School Board; MRS, R. N. BRAT
TON, Secretary of Board. :::'-:;."?
SHORTHAND ami Typewriting.
Mrs. JOHN REHDER will open a
class in short ha ml ;nid Typewriting;
nlso classes In Expros?ion and Physi
cal Training, and Waler Color and
China Painting. Any ono wishing to
Join any of those classes, soe or writo
Mrs. JOHN J. REEDER, Walhalla,
S: C. 31-3<l
FOR SALE-Tine,. Tra?is of Kami
--05 amis, two miles of Walhalla;
03 acres In Flat Shoals section, five
milos Of Walhalla; :,7 acres (W?hlt
place'i, i? Ebeno/.er seit iou. four
miles of Walhalla. All good land,
dwelling ami outbuildings on each
place. For terms and particulars seo
Or write J. C. HOOD, West Union, S.
C., Route I. 3
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
.Manblin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DA V OF EA CH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.IO.OO a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackin,
P. O. Box 8 2, Anderson, S. C.
To guard against a shortage ol
croani ono Philadelphia leo cream
factory gets Its milk from four dif
ts for *?**?*?3*
M A. N'S.
1 Confections, Award
cs of America? An ap
cvery occassion. To
:h to any social affair
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ty LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ty
-.-Mrs. A. YV. Barr is spending a
mon ili at Tamassoe.
- Dr. J. W. Bell and C. 0. Jaynes
spout hist week in Asheville. N. C.
- Hov. and Mrs. W. H. Hamilton
and little son aro spending a while
at Montrent, N. C.
-R. Q. Merrick, of Savannah, was
a visitor to relatives and friends la
Walhalla tho first of this week.
-Hemstitching and Recot Edging.
-Will givo your orders careful at
tention. Mrs. M. Puckhabcr, I?. O.
Box?lliS, Walhalla, S. C., near the
Brandt old home.-adv.-31-3 1.
- Mr. and Mrs. .lames Darby. Miss
Eloise Strother, .Mrs. Lewis Harrison
and Mrs. Williams spent the week
end in Highlands.
- Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Burley, of
Clemson College, spent tho week-end
with the former's mother. Mrs. S. li.
Burley, near town.
- Miss White, of the Wolf Stake
community, is spending this week
visiting at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
John J Reeder in Midway.
- W. A. Grant, who has been sum
mering at Highlands for his health,
ls in Walhalla for a few days with
his family and among friends. We
were glad to note that ho has very
greatly improved in health and is
now quite himself again.
-For Sale-1921 model Maxwell
touring car; good as new; run only
1061 miles. Call and seo this splen
did car at Creon Motor Co., Walhalla,
- Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Kell anl sou,
George Henry, of tChifjrleston, aro
visiting at the homo of the former's
mother, Mrs. M. J. Kell, nonr Wal
halla. Mrs. Keil and, son are here
for thc summer, but Mr. Kell will be
here for only about two weeks:
-Mrs. Lena Lawson and daughter
and son, Edith and John, and Mr.
and Mrs. Duncan Mc Ray and son,
Duncan, Jr., of Columbia, and Mrs.
Hattie Rogers and children, of Bei
zer, and Mrs. Lena McBee and chil
dren, of Piedmont, are visiting
the homes of W. M, and lt. H. Alex
--.Miss May Abercrombie, of Char'
li ston, spout a few days in Walhalla
last week visiting her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. H. Abercrombie. Miss Ab
ercrombie has a number of friends
who were delighted to meet her
again. She left Friday for Green
ville, where she stopped over with
friends for a short while, returning
to Charleston in time to take up her
du'les on Monday morning as super
visor of the Southern Bell Telephone
Company's exchange in that city. She
has held this position for several
-We have roar car loads of good
flour, bought right; two cars Anchor
brand salt, two car loads of' shorts.
lt takes a lot ot' money, room and
work to handle all this-but we want
your business and wo buy In largo
quantities in order to give you the
best prices and tho benefit of ear
load rates. We appreciate your busi
ness, we need your business, we work
for your business, and we feel like
WO deserve your business. So let's
come together and do business. Re
member, we trade you service for
business. J. II. Alley, West Union.
S. (.'. adv.-32-33.
-In making note last week of Ibo
death of Miss .Mariah Ansel wo were
unable to secure facts In detail con
cerning her life. .Miss Ansel was
born tn Charleston on Nov. li?. ISM,
her age at tho time of death there
fore being nearly 7S. She was a
daughter of John and Frederica Bau
ers Ansel, and sho came to Walhalla
with her parents in 18 ?4, having ro
sided hero continuously since, she
was a consistent member of St.
John's Lutheran church of Walhalla,
into whose communion she W"s
brought with the second confirma
tion class in Its history. The funeral
services and Interment took placo
last Wednesday morning. The pall
bearers wero her nephows and grand
nephews, Eugeno Ostendorff, George
M. and John A. Ansel, John F. Clark
son, John A. Ansel, Jr., and Ansel
Worlcy. Tho following rolalives of
tho deceased were hero to attend tho
funeral services: Mr. andf Mrs.! M.
P. Ansel, Mrs. Gertrude Ansel Woo
ley, Ansel Worley and Harry Harris,
cf Greenville; Mrs. G. F. plarkson,
John F. Clarkson, of Newberry; Miss
Cia rr lo and Eugene Ostondorfi, of
-Hov. L. M. Lyda recently closed
a meeting at the Rocky Knoll Bap
tist church. The meeting was largely
attended and groat Interest was ta
ken lu lt from tho beginning td tho
closing day, the Ilrst Sunday in this
month. The church, wo are told, was
greatly revived, and 25 new mem
bers were added1 to tho church roll.
During the past two and a half years
of Rev. Lyda's services at this church
there have been seventy members
added at Rock Knoll, tn th>3 recent
series of meetings ho waa unas
sisted, doing all tho preaching him
-Tho Star Theatre, Seneca, an
no'uncos tho following program for
tho balance of this week and the Ilrst
of next: Thursday, Aug. 17, Shir
ley Mason in "Miss Jackie"; Friday,
"Ono Glorious Day," a splendid com
edy, selected as ono of the'best 12
pictures of tho year, featuring Will
Rogers and Lila Lee. Saturday, ibo
usual full program-Western, com
edy and a serial. Monday arid Tues
day of next week, beautiful Betty
Compson In "The Little Minister."
Von have alt read, this story, now
come and see the picture. This is an
unusually attractive program, and
you could not make a mistake in
choosing any ono of tlteso splendid
pictures to como and see. On Mon
day and Tuesday tjiero will also bo
shown the ilrst of a series of Bible
stories, "The Creation."--adv.
-Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Mitchell, of
Anderson, spent several days In and
near Walhalla last weok visiting Mrs.
Mitchell's sister, Mrs. J. T. Green,
and family, and among other rela
tives. Mrs. Mitchell is pleasantly re
membered by. many as a daughter
of tho late Mr. and Mrs. Rhodum
-William Banks, of Columbia,
Bpent a short while In Walhalla last
week on business with Superintend
ent of Education L. C. Spear?s. Mr.
Banks lias numerous friends here,
who remember him pleasantly when
ho was a neighbor of ours and editor
of the Anderson Mail. Mr.. Banks
has been promiontly connected with
a number of newspapers of our State,
Including those of the Capital City.
-Tho Star Thea're, Westminster,
presents Alice Calhoun in "The Lit
tle Minister," the story by Jas. Bar
rio that Maud Adams made famous.
Don't fail to see this wonderful pre
sentation-Thursday, Aug. 17.-adv
- Miss May Bell returned lats week
from Columbia, where she had been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Kate Mc
Alister. She was accompanied by
Mrs. McAltster and daughter, Miss
Katherine, who will spend somo
time here at. tho old home. Their
hosts of friends are glad lo welcome
- -Mr. and Mrs. George Tolbert, of
Greenwood, who visited relatives in
and around Walhalla last week, re
tetirned home Sunday. Mrs. Tolbert
is a sister of Mrs. W. O. White and
tho late A. P. Crisp, and came to
Walhalla on tho sad mission of at
tending the funeral of the latter,
which took place Tuesdy of last week
at Double Springs.
-Soe lovely Alice Calhoun as
Lady Babbie, in "The Little Minis
ter," at The Star Theatre, Westmin
ster, to-morrow (Thursday), Aug.
-There are many in Oconeo who
will learn with regret of tho death
of Fred White, aged TA years, which
sad ovent occurred nt his homo in
Walhalla last Wednesday evening.
Mr. White had been In failing health
for some time, but had been seriously
ill for only about two weeks, suffer
ing from an attack of Jaundice, com
plicating other tronidos. Mr. White
was well known as a Confederate
veteran, and his passing removes
from the annual reunions of Orr's
Regiment a familiar figure. Ho serv
ed throe years during th" Civil War
in tho ranks of the Confederacy and
his comrades spoke well of him as
lo his record in the military sorvico
of our State. He wns a member of
the Baptist church, und his life .wns
that of an humble Christian and a
consistent church member, Funorrtl
services were conducted at tho homo
lou last Thursday by Rev. L. \I, Lyda
'of Mic Baptist church, tho interment
! being made at tho Fairview ct?mo
I lory. The services were largely at
tended by relatives and friends of
j tho deceased and his' family. Mr.
White was married to Miss Lou
Dodd on Aug. 2d, 1882. Ten chil
dren were hom io this union. Ono
ROU, Samuel, and two daughters, Ros
j sie and in-ttie, precoded him to tho
, grave. The following children sur
vivo him: Isaac White, of Anderson;
Claude and Botor White, of Indian
apolis, ind; Misses May and Loah
White, who. aro at homo;, Tintie
White, of Central; Brack White, of
Walhalla. One sister, Mrs. Josie
Gantt, of Walhalla, also survives. Of
his children Isaac, Tlntio and Misses
May and Leah White were at his
bedside when the end came. Mr.
White was a nativo o? Oconeo, hav-1
lng bene born in tho High Falls sec-;
tion on Jan. ISth, IS40. Tho Courier
Joins with others in extending to tho j
boreavod ones sympathy in their sor
--Burr clover, ?c. per pound. C.
W. & j. E. Bauknight. Walhalla.-ad
-rMrs. Fannie Bronneeko and Miss
Addie Tatham left last week for
Clayton, Ga., whero they will spend
-Rev. L. M. Lyda ls absent from
Walhalla this week, hoing engaged in
conducting revival services at tho
Return Baptist church, to which
placo ho went Monday morning.
-A fnw $5.00 hais at $2.00, and
$3.00, hats for .$1.00. Seo window.
C. W. & J. E. Bauknight.-adv..
-R. E. Thompson, wife and little
son Brnco, of Laurens, spent a few
days last week In tho Zion commu
nity, near Walhalla, visitisg at tho
home of tho >former's uncle, S. K.
-Olivor M. Abbott, of Tallulah
Lodge, Ga., was among relatives and
friends in and around Walhalla for
several days last week, ile is ro
memben?d by most of the older cit
izens of this section ami always linds
numerous friends to greet him on
-1 have ono black female pig
with blaze tn face, strayed from my
barn on Aug. 5th; pig about 6 weeks
old. Finder please let me hear nt
Westminster Oil and Fertilizer Co.
E. C. Marett. Westminster, S.e.-ad.
- Mr. and Mrs.. George J. Strother,
ol Ridge Springs, S. C., and W. \.
("Jube") Strother, of Perry, Ga., are
visiting at the Strother home in
Wost Union. They have hosts of
friends who are always glad to wel
come them on their visits here.
- Mrs. C. G. Jaynes returned to
Walhalla last Saturday from Ashe
ville, X. C., whero she had spent sev
eral months. "She was accompanied
by Mr. Jaynes and Dr. J. W. Bell.
Her health has improved in a meas
ure, and she is now resting comfort
ably at homo.
-200 pairs army field shoes, now,
worth $5.00 per pair, reduced to
$2.50. C. W. & J. E. Bauknight, Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.
- Mrs. AV. G. Shull and two sons,
W. G. Jr., and Francis, of Greenville,
aro visiting ot the home of their
mother and grandmother, Mrs. M.
J. Kell, near town, for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. C. Russell, of
Canal Zone, are visiting at the home
of Mrs. Russell's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. X. Fant. Mrs. Russell was be
fore ber marriage Miss Heien Fant,
and has many friends here who will
bo glad to welcome her to her old
h. o m e.
--"The Little Minister," at The
Star Theatre, Westminster, Thurs
day (to-morrow), Aug. 1 7th.-adv.
- Miss Bessie Mickler. of Saluda,
is visiting lier uncle and aunt, Mr.
fud Mrs. S. X. Pitchford, and her
numerous other relatives and friends.
As Walhalla is Miss Micklor's native
and girlhood home, it will bo pleas
ant news to all her old acquaint
ances that sho has accepted a posi
tion in the graded school for tho
coming session, and will remain in
- Mrs. Joel W. Bowen, of Mount
Pleasant, is spending a month or
more in Walhalla visiting her bro
thers, James M., Boon R. and Walter
I). Moss, and thdir families, and
among other relatives and numerous
friends. Mrs. Bowen is stopping at
.*he hotel during her visit here. Her
numerous friends aro delighted to
meei her again.
-Our Mr. J. E. Bauknight will be
in the Eastern markets for tho next
two weeks selecting our fall and win
ter stocks of merchandise. We ex
pect io show one of the best stocks
of goods we have ever carried. C. W.
<fe J. E.. Bauknight, Walhalla.-adv.
- G. B. Gillespie lof i last week for
A lamosa, Col., where he will be for
several weeks visiting li ic daughter,
Mrs. Kann io Wilson. During his ab
sence Mr. fiillespio lins left his busi
ness in charge of .1. Forman Morion,
who will conduct the business Just
as Mr. Gillespie has been doing. Ile
will resume charge of his storo upon
his return to Walhalla carly in Sep
- Mrs. J. C. Lntlmor and children,
Edwin, Hubert, Bennett, Corrio Phin
noy and Ralph, are visiting at tho
home of Mrs. La timor's father, Jas.
Phinnoy, in Went Union. Mr. Lntl
mor ls expected this week to spend a
week or ten days. James and Marvin
Lntlmor aro spending tho summer In
Camp Transylvania, a well known
camp for boys, located near Brovard,
"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 ??oss Vaint
will "save the surface" and beautify at the same time? It
is real economy to use it, because ot its long life and great
Give us the opportunity of estimating the amount needed?
H H WM??M????????M
FOR. SALE, BY
G. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. C.
ACHIEVEMENT ls gained by tho man who tries. Tho frul
tio nof your dreams and desires comes at tho end of an effort to
IN THE ACHIEVEMENT OF SUCCESS in business tho first
stop is a bank accourt-you cannot establish a line of credit with
creditors without lt.
YOUNO MAX, if you hope seine day to be at tihe head of
your own business, ?.onie to our bank to-day and start your ac
count. Take tho first step. Then, when you aro ready, fake the
YO? CANNOT CLIMB A IIITvI, WITHOUT
TAKING TUE FIRST STEP.
The Enterprise Bank,
Walhalla, 5. C.
-Seo our bargain tables. C. W. I
fe J. E. Bauknight, Walhalla.-adv.
-Miss Johanna Spinckq, who has
been in Charleston for somo time, is
visiting relativos and friends in and
around Walhalla. lier many friends
boro will regrot to loam that her
visit this year will ho shorter than
usual, and that she expocts soon to
return to Charleston.
-Mrs. Harry Hughs and Mrs. Joel
Keys were at home lo a number of
their friends on Tuesday aftornoon,
Aug. 1st. Six labios were arranged
for rook. Many spirited games wore
enjoyed, after which prizes wcro cut
for. Tho top-score prize, a Dottie ot
toilet water, fell to Mrs. J.K. Hughes
and Mrs. C. W. Pitchford, Jr., re
ceived the consolation prize, a lovely
handkerchief. Refreshments of angel
cake and sherbet were served.
-Tho attraction nt The Star The
atre, Soneca, Monday and Tuosday
of next woek, Aug. 21 and 22, will
1)0 tho story by James Barrie, adapt
ed for tho stage by tho author and
played so successfully by Maud Ad
ams-"The 'Little Minister." This
picture will bo given under tho aus
pices of tho Ladles' Auxiliary of tho
Soneea Presbyterian church, and a
lihoral patronage is anticipated by
those ladies and tho management.
Lovely Betty Compson plays tho load
ing rolo of Lady Babble and tho elab
orate and beautiful scenes will bo
sure to pienso tho most exacting. It
is a picture you cannot well afford to
miss, and one you will rogrot not
seeing should you miss lt. Romom
I ber tho dates, Aug. 21 and 22-at
j Soneca Star Theatre, In connection
i with this picture will also bo shown
j tho first of the sorlos of Bible stor
j los, "Tho Creation."-adv.
-Mr. and Mrs. Harley X. Phillips
spent several days last wcok apiong
relatives and friends In Spartanburg.
-Mrs. W. M. Fennell, of Union,
formerly of Walhalla, ls visiting rel
ativos an friends in and near Wal
halla. She has a host of friends hero
who aro glad to meet her again.
-Have your hot-air furnace in
stalled now; also your gutters over
hauled by a 'first-class man. Don't
forget that trash burner before cold
weather comes; have lt rtf-llnod. See
Keller, tho Tlnnor, Main street, Wal
halla, S. C. All work guaranteed and
reasonable In price.-adv.
-Henry Thelllng and Bernard Al
bers, of Charleston, aro visiting rel
atives and friends In and near Wal
halla for several weeks, The many
friends of Mr. Thelllng sympathize
with him in tho recont loss of his
-flood meat of all kinds at
Smith's Markot, Main street, Wal
halla, S.t C.-- Steak I Bc., 2<>e. and
25c. per pound; round steak 25o. per
pou nil, two pounds for 4 5c.; shoul
der roast 1.2 V&c. pound; stow meat
10c. pound, three pounds 25c. Mixed
sausage 2 0c. pound, two pounds 35c.
Liver 20c. pound, two pounds. 35c.
Sliced hain 15c. pound, two pounds
85c; minced ham 35c. pound, two
pounds 05c. Bologna sausage 25c.
pound, two pounds 46o.; sliced bacon
36c. pound, two pounds G5o. Full
cream cheese i0c. pound, two pounds
75c. Ton-pound pall Silver Leaf lard
$1.75; five-pound ' pall Silver Leaf
lard ii Oe. Louions, bananas, pota
toes and vegotablos. Frosh broad
every day. Smith's Markot, Walhalla,
Other Local Items on Fifth Pago.