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KO H SALE-Ono good Milk Cow.
M. T. lilHHIS, Walhalla, S.C 30-tf
WILL l'A Y Mons lt!, Ery s IO,
I lidos, 7. BROWNLOW OELKERS,
Walhalla, S. C. ?8 .
NICE ROOMS FOR RENT-See S.
A. WillTMIR VJ, al Whltmlro-Murolt
Ihlw. Co., Wnlhalln, S. C. 35-tt.
"HELM 'HH S" APPLES for salo at
Apple Homo O reit inls. SA M ,1. IS
1VELL, Walhalla, S. 0. 35-3S*
SURVEYING promptly and nccu
ratoiy done. HARRY KARLE, Wal
halla, S. C. 3.1-38
MONEY TO "LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. II. E. BRUCE, Bick
ens, S. C. 2ti-tf
I HAVE some nico Rhode Island
Red liens and Pullets for salo. SAM
J. ISPELL, Walhalla,S.C. :::?-3.S'
FRO SALE or trade for Ford ('al
or Truck, ono Fordson Tractor, with
Light and Bulley complete. W. L.
MILLER, Walhalla, Route 2._3S*
FOR SALE-One good Farm Mule
or will exchange for a Ford car,
roadster or touring. RAYMOND
(HEAD, Walhalla, S.C, Rt. 2. 3S*
FOR SALE-Ono hundred bushels
Fulghum Seed Oats; homo raised;
guaranteed puro. Also, Pigs for sale.
W. D. MOSS, Walhalla, S1 C._32-tf
NOTICE.-Tho Kooweo Courier is
In position to hamlin subscriptions
to all tho loading periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business.
MONEY TO LOAX oh improved
farm lands In Oconee county. Loans
to run for live years at ti per cent.
N. JJ. PANT, Insurance Agent. Wal
linna, S. C. 3S-tf
FOR SA LE - Pure Hark Cornish
Gamo Chickons, at bargain. Soo or
write at ?tico W.D. PASCHAL. VVhlt
miro-Marotl Hdw. Co., Walhalla, S.
C. 2 88*
FOR RENT-3-liorso Farm, three
milos from Walhalla, tined land for
corn und cotton and small grain. For
particulars write or ste J. li. is
BELL, Walhalla, S. C. 35-tf
DORP CAR PARTS CHEAP-1
have numerous parts for Dort Car
that l will soil cheap, it Interested,
noe or wrlto M. H. HUGHS, Walhalla,
S. C., Route ::. :::,-:'.s*
FOR SALE-Three good Milk
Cows, fresh; Ked Devons. You'll bo
pleased with ono ol' thoso. Tho price
is reasonalbe; extra Uno stork. JOHN
O'LEARY, Salem, S.C, Rt. I. 3S*
HOUSE I OR HEXT, Iii West Un
ion, S.e.; water and lights it' wanted.
Also, Blacksmith Shop. Write J. C.
KNOX. High Point, X. C., Route 3,
Box 127. ni-:;:*
FOR SA LE-Coed dry Pine Wood,
.1-foot length, $1.00 per cord. Cut
in stove length, $i.75 per cord.
MARCUS KIND, Walhalla, S. C., Rt.
No. I. ;; I-:;T *
\OTH K- Doginning Wednesday.
Sept.. 13th, i wm resume my hauling
nnd moving business, i will appre
ciate your trade. Soo tue when hi
need of hauling of any kind, ROBT.
MILLER, Walhalla. S. C. ?IS
SI LL THE ORIGINAL WATKINS
Products. Good city territory still
open. Gol our wonderful o ff or and
free samples. Write today. THF
.1. IL WATKINS CO., Dept. SO. Now
York. X V. 3fi-30*
NOTICE-All thoso that have not
bought Hunting License:; had better
tl, sc? before bunting, as it ls going
lo 0 wntched moro closly this time
Hui i over, i have Licenses for anio
ni ;.:? times, w L. SANDERS, Con
ductor, Rino RltlgO Railroad. Wal
halla, S. C.- ?U5-30*
( ROSS TIES WANTED--Off oak.
All I can gol, Get busy! off tllllbor
- Spanish, Hod, Turkey mid Black
Oak Ties 7x0x8 l?> Lie.; 7xSxSV&?
.">e.; 7x7 XS lt, 2 ?><". Must ho (itt nc
cording to specifications and must bo
sound; no .splits, CASH on dcllvorv.
R. M. CHEEK, Walhalla. S. C. 3S*
KT. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldln Street, Walhalla, s. C.
(SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance ., .0.30 a, tn.
Mass and Sermon.10.on a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackln,
P. 0. Box 8 2. Anderson, S. C.
English inventors have developed
a self-starter for airplanes that is
operated by an aviator pulling a Jev
f>r from lils scat.
famous Rexall preparations,
ublc guarantee-trie manu
>r the Recall Sign?
TEA Y HUTCHISON.
Arro co. mid BLOCK*
Chamber of Commerce Meeting.
Thora will bo ll mooting of tho
Chamber of Csmmorco in Ibo Ma
sonic Hall on Friday night. Sept. l?,
I 'iL'J, nt 8 o'clock.
C. Wi Pitchford, Prosldcnt.
?2? LOCAL AND PERSONAL, -f.
-Larg?? cotton receipts and small
spot demand arc depressing price.
Seneca Cotton Wnrehouso Company
loans monoy at six per cent.-adv.-tf
-Wo are requested to announce
that Kev. J, A. Walt will preach til
High Fa lbj on thc fourth Sunday at
i i o'clock. ' ,
Mrs. Ni y rn Cox. If Oroonvlllt,
spout several days In Walhall: ro
colilly ns th?' guest of her ll loose., .Mrs
Frances 1 lughs.
Dur line of millinery ls com
plota, and wo would ho glad t<> h;>vc
you cull. Mitch.di li' odor, West
minster, S. C.- adv.-SS- ! I.
--McCormick mowing machine;:
and rakes at lowes! pl ices for cash.
\V. M. Brown. Walhalla, a,iv.-tl'.
- Mrs. J, lt. Anderson, of Ander
son. spent several days last week in
Walhalla as the guest of her sister,
Mrs W. DJ .Moss.
- Mrs. Witherspoon Wallace and
Mrs. Wallace, of Atlanta, have been
visiting at the home of the former's
parents, Major and Mrs. Wm. J.
Slribling, near Walhalla during tho
- Now fall millinery just arrived,
large assortment, pretty, stylish hats
and trimmings, Norn "'s.-adv.
- Mrs. Nan Smith, of Anderson,
and * her sister, Mrs. Ella Lovelace,
of Pendleton, have been visiting
their aunt, Mrs. T. C. Orr, and other
relatives liv the Fairfield section dur
ing tho past week.
- Mrs. Q, W. Mn ton, of Westmin
ster, was among friends In Walhalla
for a short while last Thursday. Sho
resided here for many years and has
a host of friends in Walhalla who
are always glad to sec her.
- Von should seo our lino of mil
linery before you select your hats for
tin? winter. Mitchell & Heeder. West
minster, s. c. adv.-3s-11.
- Mrs. John J. Heeder will conduct
a class in expression al the Walhalla
High School, she being associated
with tho high school faculty. She will
bo glad to see any one wishing to be
gin lessons in expression.
- Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ernest, who
have been spending some time at
Huntington, Ind., returned to OCOIICO j
last week. They will reside on Wal
halla Itouto 2, where, we understand,
Mr. f?ntest will engage in farming.
They have numerous friends who aro
glad to welcome thom back.
- Pretty lino dry goods, notions,
hullos' wonr. Norman's-adv.
- On Sept. L'd Miss Llzzio Reeves
and Tilomas Fowell, both of Crete.
Bickens county, woro united in mar
riage, lt, w. Kooso officiating. The
vonni; couple have many friends in
Coonee who will join with The Cou
lier In wishing them every happiness
mid long lifo.
-Tho Star Theatre at Seneca, is
opon Saturdays during the Cl i pay
smith meeting. An excellent pro
gram is shown on that day-a thrill
ing Western feature, a splendid serial
and a good comedy. After tho close
of tho revival at Seneca The star will
again open for every day shows,
If you fail to see our stock of
millinery VOM fail to seo the best line
;it Ibo least price. Mitchell & Reeder.
Westminster, S. C. adv.-I'S-I 1.
- Tho Saturday afternoon club,
which lins just recently been organ
ized, had its initial meeting with Mrs
James Darby on Sept. f>th. After
several rubbers of bridge. Miss Julia
Maxwell having highest score, was
l-resenlod lirst prize and ."Uss F.ls:,>
Kaufmann Holding lowo-t, was given
the booby. Mrs. William Boll will
entertain tho club next Saturday af
ternoon. Sept, 16th, at I o'clock.
To Rout - Nice ellice rooina In
same building In which Bell Tele
phone Co. has Its oiliCO, OH Main St.
Cftn rent you single ellice or suit of
rooms. Seo me nt once if interested.
Very desirable location. W. M.
Brown, Walhalla, S. C.--adv.-tf.
-J. W. Hunt, of Charleston, was
In Walhalla ono day last week.
-New arrival clothing, shoes, hats
and underwear, hosiery, dross goods.
-Mrs. W. Q. Smith, of Anderson,
is visiting hor daughter! Mrs. N. L.
Kant. Her many friends,will be glad
to know that her health is very much
-Mrs. AV. Y. Harrison and son,
Kredorick Bischoff, roturnod to their
home in Laurel, Miss., Monday, after
a visit of several weeks at the homo
of tho former's father, N. Cronshaw.
Mr. Harrison is superintendent of a
largo cotton mill in tho city of Lau
-Romain .Vollrath spent last week
in Easloy visiting relatives abd his
-Storo cottou With Seneca Cotton
Warehouse Company. Liberal ad
vances, six per cent money.-adv.-tf.
-Mrs. George Garron, of Ashe
ville N. C., is visiting at the home of
hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Al
exander. Tho many friends of the
latter will bo glad to know that she
is improving slightly after being con
ftnod to her bed for the past three
weeks with an attack of sciatica.
- Miss Alice Sanders, of Cast
Point, Ga., spent the past ten days
in tho Oak (?rove section visiting her
grandmother, Mrs. l<\ J. Millor. Miss
Sanders was in Walhalla for a short
while one clay last week meeting old
friends, who aro always glad lu see
- Mts* Kathleen Kant, of Ander
son, sifVut tho past week-cad with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. X. L. Kant.
- Now is tho time to buy buy your
Oliver plows, Got ready for tho fall
season. Hoy tho (Jennine Oliver. W.
M. Urowtl, Walhalla, S. Cv--adv.-tf.
--Wyatt Aiken, of Abbeville, was
among his many Walhalla and Oco
noe friends for a few days last weok.
Ho was hero atlonding to matters of
business, but still had Hmo to meet
and talk w?th bis old friends, who
were somewhat surprised but none
tho loss glad to soo him.
-We regret to learn that Miss
Mittio Wood is quite ill at tho home
of her sister, Mrs. W. L>. Miller, on
Walhalla Route No. 2. She is suf
fering with an attack of bronchial
pneumonia. Wo hope to learn soon
of a marked improvement In her con
-See our pretty line of millinery.
-Ono of tho most attractive fea
tures of tho lovely wedding of Miss
Lucille White and George Suggs,
which took place last Wednesday,
was tho appearance and deportment
of the little ring bearer, Master Her
bert Gasquo. On this occasion "Hud
ley," ns ho is known to all his friends
here, wore a completo dress suit, In
which ho deported himself with grace
and dignity. At the ?dose of the cere
mony, in true Chesterfloldinn man
ner, ?is he turned to leave tho church,
ho offered an arm to each of the lit
llo dower girls and escorted them
down the aisle.
-Seeing is believing and believ
ing you buy, and to see our line of
millinery you do both. Mitchell &
Reeder, Westminster, S.e.-38-41.
-X. L. Kant, who for many years
served the public as postmnstro at
Walhalla, and who was recently suc
seeded by Hov. W. H. Aull; has en
gaged in tho Insurance business-life
and lire-and is ready to servo the
public in tho capacity of agent for
tho Mutual Pacific Insur; .ico Com
pany of California, an Insurance or
ganization which has the host logal
features for policy holders. Its rep
utation for promptness mid fairness
in dealing with its claimants could
not be better. Mr. Pani will make a
?e.ost admirable representative, and
he will appr?cia'o any lut ?ness his
friends may tur . his way.
--.lust received, a shipment of the
well known High Point buggies, Call
and get one. (If you tide, ride
right.) W. M. Brown, Walhalla, S.
- A marriage that cain?, as a sur
prise to tho many friends of the con
tracting parties was that of Miss Ju
lia Watson and Uobcrt Macaulay,
tho ceremony hoing porformed nt the
Presbyterian1 manse las: Wednesday
evening, Sept. 6th, Rev. \v. H. Ilam
lleon performing the ceremony. The
brido ls a daughter of Floyd B. Wat
son, of Walhalla, and has lived in
our midst for several years Mr. Ma
caulay is the second son of Mrs. Het
tie Macaulay. They have tho host
wishes of a host ()f friend; hero and
elsewhere in (he county for a long
lifo of happiness and prosperity. Mrs.
T, IT. Mit. hell, sister of tho bride,
and Miss Sara Macaulay, sister of the
groom, with a few intimate friends/
witnessed the ceremony. Tho young
couple for tho present uro at the
home of Mrs. llettlo Macaulay on
. stoic your cotton at Scnoca Cot
ion WarohousO, Cot money at six
? " ' .' ' ' eJ . '. ' 'f'^'^S
-The Walhalla Chapter D. A. R.
began work for tho new year with a
most enthusiastic mooting. The first
mooting of the fall was hold at the
homo of Mrs. C. W. Pitchford, Jr.,
whore each member was given most
hearty greeting by tho always hos
pitable and genial hostess. At flvo
o'clock the meeting was called to or
der by tho regont, .Mrs. Schroder, and
ia tho absence of tho secretary, Mrs.
Claude Koki, Miss Francos Karlo was
asked to sorvo. After a short busi
ness session the program for the a?- |
tornoon oponed with a poem, road '
by Mrs. L. M. Crown, followed by!
readings by Mrs. Mos.?, and Mrs.Wade
Mllam. Mrs. Sam Vernor thou sang
ono of tho sweetest so igs, "Joy for
Ibo Sturduy Trees," to tho tune of
"America," accompanied on tho pl
ano by .Mrs. Henry Hughs. There
wero ?qvernl visitors presont-Mrs.
Brown. Of California; Mrs. fox, of
Greenville; Mrs. Wallace and Mrs.
Witherspoon Wallace, of Atlanta,
and Mrs. J. D. Vernor, Jr., whom we
aro delighted to welcome among us.
Tho hostess, assisted by her daugh
ter, Edna Norma, served a Bwoet
-Wo hove a full line ot* Ford
parts and tires of nil kinds. Also,
plenty of wagon limber and tires. J.
ll. Alley, West Union, s. C.-ndv-39;
- Miss Grace Kay and Miss Viola
Todd lett Tuesday to enter Winthrop
College. Kock Hill.
. Mr. ?ind Mrs. .Ins. ll. Darby mo
tored to Atlanta, Cu.. Monday, lo he
gone for several days.
- Mr. and Mrs. .la*. A. Rhodes and
childi cn. of Greenville, Spent Sun
day and part ol' Monday in Walhalla
with Mr. and Mi's. C.. M. Rhodes.
-Mr. and Mrs. James Battus, of
Greenville, spent the past week-end
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis
i-Mrs. A. P. Crisp, ol' Newberry,
spent a tow days in Walhalla last
week, having come to attend the
-We . will charge $3.0 per bale
for ginning this season, furnishing
bagging and ties. We use 2 to 2 Im
pound Jute bagging and whole Hos.
Jute bagging adds weight and makes
a neat bale. Schaeffer Gin Co., West
minster, S. C.-adv.-:i5.-tf.
- Mrs. S. W. Blanchett organized
a W.M.. (J. society at the second Bap
tist church in Walhalla on the first
Sunday in this month at I p m.
- Mrs. Ellen Sch ri ni and Mrs. Gus
Orr and little daughter, Sybil, of Sa
vannah, are visiting at tho homo of
Mr. and Mrs. McCurry Neville, of
- Mrs. Harry Norman returned
home this weok after visiting her
parents and friends near Hartwell,
Ga., and Mrs. H. Y. Vnnce, of Green
ville. ' . -
-Plenty of hay, oats, cotton seed
meal, shorts, flour and salt at whole
sale and retail prices. J. H. Alley,
West Uni?n, S. C.-adv.-36-39.
-Mrs. W. B. Cooley and children,
Celeste and Baby Hortons, returned
returned to their home in Atlanta
after a pleasant visit in the homes of
Mrs. M. A. Cooley and Mr. and Mrs.
C. G. Oohmlg.
- Married, at the ofllco of Clerk
of Court, on Sept. 7th. by I). A.
Smith, deputy Clerk. Miss Shellie
Smith and W. N. Trimer, of West
minster. Their many friends join in
extending thom all good wishes.
-Married, ut the ofllco of Clerk of
Court, by O. A. Smith, deputy Clerk,
on Sept. ll th, Miss Daisy Mareingill.
of Walhalla, and John Bi Cobb, of
Westminister. We join with others
in extending best wishes io tho young
- If you can't, find what you want
at the big stores, try us. Our motto
is, "Everything for Everybody," and
we trade you service for business.
J. H. Alley, West Union, S. C.-ad39
-Thore will be no preaching at
tho Rocky Knoll Baptist church on
next Su i lay morning on account o(
the Gipsy Smith sorvlco in Walhalla,
which will be hold a' 11.15 a. m. Thc
pastor will, however, preach In the
above named church ?its p. m. In
stead of ll n. m.
-Miss Annie Parker, of Ander
son, is spending some time In Wal
halla visiting nt the home of Mr. and
Mrs. P. G. Allon. Miss Barker is
pleasantly remembered hero by not
;< few, she having lived here for a
number of years prior to the death
of her mother.
- We will eli arge $3.50 per bale
for ginning this season, furnishing
bagging and ties. We uso 2 and 2 Mr
pound jut . bagging and wdiolo ties.
Jute bagging adds weight and make?
a neat ha!". Westminster Oil and
Fertilizer Co.- -adv.-35-tf.
(Other Local Hems on Ith Page.)
MILLS WA NTH l> IN EA S LEY.
The slock men ol' Easley liavi
agreed to put on the biggest and
best three day.-, of trading, boglnnliif
Septemlior ISth, thai has ever hoei
held in this section. ' They hav(
agreed to go to considerable expense
in advertising this trading ovent ii
order to re-establish third Monda?
as Snlcsdny in Easley, Tho Basle]
dealers are looking for a big crowi
of peoplo ?uni they Avant you to brim
your stock. ,
W. D. Spearman, sitton & Sniitl
and F S .Hendricks and others havi
a large amount of stock on hand fo
trade or for salo. Wo have als?
made arrangements for buyers fron
Atlanta lo he here and buy boll
horses and mulos. This will bo th
l est advertised thing of its kind eve
held lu this section of tho State. I
will he extensively advertise?
through several newspapers and wdtl
circular? and the stock dealors wll
Remember the Dates-SEPTEM
PER 18th, 19th and 20th-EASLEY
S. C. (adv.)*
That's all wc need to tell you, New Fall Styles
with the distinctive mark, and thc good, old-rock
bottom Stetson Quality.
If you're a regular Stestson customer, of course
you'll want one of-the new Fall Styles, If not, let
us urge you at least to come and try one on.
You can judo/e for yourself what this Stetson
"feeling for style" is, that the young men talk about. /
Thk Stetson Quality Mark on every Stetson Hats.
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. ?.
WHETHER YOU PAY for purchases oil tho spot, or pay bills
monthly, PAY WITH A CHECK OX YOUR HANK.
BECAUSE propio who want to "make a bluff" adopt tho prac
tice of carrying .'roll," business men aro never as cordial to a
man with a "roll" as they aro to a man who carries a bank bal
ance and issues checks on it for purchases or in settling regular
THERE IS BUSINESS PREST ICE in n bunk account thnt a
roll of monoy, however largo, can noyer attain, s
J ' ?, L. ,.. ,?. . .,
.?t,.i'. -~ V^fc'* ; . >'*.'/>.'' K - "
The Enterprise Bank,
Walhalla, 5. C.
THE SUCCESSFUL PERSON is the one who
saves systematically. For instance, if you are paid by
the week, if you save any money you will have to save
by thc week. Thc same theory will apply by the month
or by the year.
and deposit your savings with us. We pay a substantial
interest on your savings by agreement.
WE ARE ALWAYS WILLING
TO HELP YOU
with your financial troubles. Our officers and directors
arc successful business men and farmers, Tell us your
financial troubles and let us help you solve them.
Bank of West Union,
Phone 3- West Union, S. C. -Phone 3
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