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DRUGS
MEDICINES
The Rex
We carry a full linc of thc
Every one sold under a do
factureras and ours. Look f(
TUK. Pl?OrLK'
HAROLD BRENNECKE.
STATIONERY - OPPC
TOILET
ARTICLES PIEDMONT
(Small advertisements under
this beading Inserted at rato o?
one cent a word por insertion.
Four insertions for price of
three.)
(NOTICIO.-No advertisement ac
cepted for this column for 1 \ss than
lo cents, ono insertion.)
COHN FOR SA LE.-Apply to T.
B. SHELOR, Walhalla, S. C. 1?- IO
NICE DOOMS FOR RENT-See S.
A. WHITMIRE, nt Whitmlre-Mnrott
Bdw. Co., Wnlbnlla, S. C. 35-tf.
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. It. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C. 26-tf
HA VF your I".ill Dresses, Lingerie
and Linen llnished willi llcmslltch
Ing. M?S. M. "UCKHABISR, Wal
halla. S. C. 12
WANTED- Hide-; Tc, Hons and
Ducks 17c. Fries 20c. pound. V.
BROWNLOW O ELK HRS, Walhalla,
S. C. KP?
FOR SALE-Ono hundred bushels
Fulghum Seed Oats; homo raised;
guaranteed pure. Also, Pigs for sale. ?
W. D. MOSS, Walhalla, S. C. 3:2-1 ?
NOTICE.-The Keowoo Courier is
in position to handle subscriptions
to all tho leading periodicals. Wo
Will appreciate your business.
FOR RENT-20-acre Farm and
House; plenty outbuildings; known
as the George Harrison place. For
terms and particulars apply to DOH
AI A C A11 LA Y. W al bal la. S. C. 30?
FOR THE BENEFIT of those who
did not get their grain threshed, 1
will thresh on Saturday, Sept. 30th.,
in the morning. H. W. BRANDT,
Walhalla, S. C. 30*
LOST-On Monday night. Sept. ll,
between Phinnby's Station and Sen
eca, Heavy Lap Robe. Finder please
notify or. return to W. M. BROOM,
Walhalla Rt. 3. Reward. 33*
MONEY TO LOAN on improved!
farm lands in Oconco county. Loans \
to run for live yenrs at li per cent.
X. L. FANT, insurance Agent, Wal
halla, S. C. 3S-I?
FOR RENT-3-horse Farm, three
miles (rom Walhalla. Good land for
corn ami cotton and small grain. For
particulars write or see .1. I). IS
BELL, Walhalla, S. C. 35-tf
NOTICE.-Immediately after the
auction sah' at Coan House on Ort.
J. I will offer for sale, to tho high-I
est bidder, some Kitchen Furniture
alni Farming Tools, otc. D. 13. GOOD, i
Walhalla. Its'
NOTICE.-We have opened np al
First-class Carago on Main St.. near
Hie Postolllce in Walhalla. We spo
clallzo on Starling, Lighting ami Ig
nition, Give us your patronage Ser-;
viet? and satisfaction is our motto.
W. T. SMI TH, Proprietor, Walhalla,]
H. C. 89* !
_._
NOT I CK-.Ml tliose that have not
bought Hunting Licenses had better'
do so before hunting, as it is going
to bo watched more closly this time
than ever. 1 have Licenses for sale
Ht all time*. W .L. SANDERS, Con
ductor. Blue Ridge Railroad, Wal
halla, s. C. - :?(i-;::i*
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mmildin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SI N
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
?Sacrament of Penance. . . ,9.30 a. m.
-Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas .1. Mackln,
Rector.
P. O. ilex S2, Anderson. S. C.
One om of every lour children in
America is undernourished.
-BM -.? B-MM--I
In years gone by, parti*
it fell to my lot to sell
ings, Securities, thes<
ically, again and agait
1 WISH TO
that I am now prcpa
Gilt-Edge Securities in
both Life and Fire,
thc insurance linc.
Your business is sol
predated to the ut mos
N. L,.
PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE AND Ll
W A L H A L
DRUGGISTS'
SUNDRIES
TS^
IE"
all Store
famous Rexall preparations,
ublc guarantee-the manu
or the Rexall Sign.
TEAY HUTCHISON.
KI TB -, CANDIES
./" 7 WHITMAN'S
ALTO CO. nntl ItLOCK
SELL THE ORIGINAL WATKINS
Products. Good city territory still
open, (?et our wonderful offer and
free samples. Write to-day. THE
J. R. WATKINS CO., Dept. 80, Now
York, N.Y._?!il39J!_
A Regular Communication of Hlue
rs?CTT^r^ Ridge Ixjdgo, No. 92, A V.
\y?? \ M?i w111 bo hold noxt prt"
Lair 1 '"" night, Sept. 29, 1922,
nt 8.30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers always welcome.
J. li. S. DENDY, W. 'M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (adv)
fr LOCAL AND PERSONAL. fr
?J? .J. ?J. .J. ?J? .J. ?J. ?J? ?J* ?J. ?J? ?J. ?J. . J. . M t
-Mrs. Lewis Harrison is confined
to her home with an attack of tho
grip. Her friends hope for ber early
( om ??hie recovery.
Seeing is believing and ti .irv
ing yon buy, and to see our linc of
millinery you do both. Mitchell ?.vi
Reeder, Westminster, S.e.-38-1.1.
-There are many who will be in
terested in tho following announco
niqnt: Horn, unto Mr. and Mrs.
h'm uk Bronnecke, nt Columbia, S.C.,
on Sept. 20th, a daughter.
- When you think of buying your
fall dry goods, think of the saving
nt Jaynes' prices. Walk a block and
save a dollar. 'Maynes cuts the price
and sells the goods."-adv.
-Mrs. F. C. W. Suhrstedt and
children, who have been spending
several weeks among relatives In and
near Walhalla, ' returned to their
home in Charleston last week.
- We regret to learn that Miss
May Hell bas been quite ill for sev
eral days at her home on Main street.
We hope that she may soon be en
tirely well.
-"Dotty .Pom Pom"-something
new in ladies' dresses for home and
street wear. Many colors. Moderately
priced. May we show you? The Peo
ple's Department Store - "Better
doods for Less"-Walhalla.-adv.
-Married, on Sept. 19th, at' the
residence of D. A .Smith, Deputy
(Merk of Court, Miss Esther Baker,
of Picketts, and Guy Roberts, of tho
samo place. The ceremony was per
formed by Mr, Smith.
- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crosby, of
Spnrtnnburg, and Karie Heard, of
Chester, have boon spending a few
days at Tamassee at the home of Mr
Beard's and Mrs. Crosby's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Heard.
- We buy, sell and store cotton,
advance $00.00 to $75.00 per stand
ard Imle. interest rate Six Per Cent.
Seneca Cotton Warehouse Company,
(!. W. Glgnllllat, President.-adv.
-Tho ninny friends of Mrs. Marv
X. Ansel will regret to learn that she
continues quito unwell, being still
confined lo tho home, Wo Join with
o'hers in tho hope that she may soon
be on tlie road to recovery.
- Wo are requested to announce
that there will bo an ice cream sup
per at tho West Union school house
on Friday night, Sept. 29th, begin
ning at 7.::u o'clock. Everybody is
most cordially invited to attend.
- Our lino of millinery is com
plete, and we would he glad to have
you call. Mitchell & Heeder, West
minster, S. C.-adv.-3S-i 1.
? -Tho many friends of H. Irby
Weaver, of Roswejl, Ga., were glad
to seo liim in Walhalla for a short
while last week, lt bas been several
years since Mr. Weaver bad been in
Walhalla and his many old friends
here were glad indeed to meet him
again. He visited at tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Farter. When he
( was In Walhalla a number of years
iago he was associated with thc Car
; tor Mercantile Co.
I -Just received, a shipment of tho
well known High Point buggies. Call
lind get one. (If .you ride, ride
right.) NV. M. Brown, Walhalla, S.
C.- adv.-3S-tf.
e of Oconee.
cularly during the war,
you Government Sav
i you bought, patriot
ic
ANNOUNCE
red to sell you other
i the form of insurance,
in fact any thing in
iicitcd and will be ap
t.
FANT, Agent,
FADING FIRE INSURANCE COS.,
LA, S. C.
J)
-Terms, storage prices and Six
Per Cent Money tell the whole story.
Seneca Cotton Warehouse Company,
G. W. aignilllat, President.--adv.
-On Sept. 19th, at the office of
tho Clerk of Court, "Miss Mattie
Stono and Harrison Ables, both of
i Madison, were married, Deputy Clerk
i of Court D. A. Smith performing tho
ceremony. * Tho young couple have
the good wishes of numerous friends.
-Now is the time to buy buy your
Oliver plows. Get ready for tho fall
season. Ruy tho Genuine Oliver. W.
M. Brown, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.-tf.
- Miss Ruth Newton and Paul
Morgan, both of Newry, were mar
ried Sept. 15th, last, by P. A. Brown,
Magistrate. Tho ceremony took placo
al the residence of Mr. Brown. Tho
young couple have numerous friends
in Oconeo who will Join with us In
extending good wishes.
-Wo will' charge $3.00 per bale
for gil...lng this season, furnishing
bagging and ties. Wo uso ll and '?\<?
pound jule bagging and wholo ties.
Jute bagging adds weight and makes
a neat bale. Westminster Oil and
Fertilizer Co.-adv.-35-tf.
-Mrs. C. lt. Abercrombie, of Sa
lem, who lias been quito seriously
111 for tho rlast two months, is con
siderably Improved In health and at
present' is able to bo up and about
the home most of the time. Her
many friends in Oconeo will join with
us in the hopo that she may soon bo
entirely well.
.Mrs. H. II. McLaughlin and sons,
Albert and Ernest, of Florence, who
have been visiting Mrs. McLaugh
lin's brother, .las. A. Rhodes, and
family, of Greenville, spe t sunday
in Walhalla visiting her brother, H.
K. Rhodes, and faintly, They made
the trip i brough the country in their
Dodge car.
-Cokerls Fulgrum oats, one year
from pedigree, screened and graded.
$1.00 lier buslud. Texas lied Rust
Proof, screened and grader!. 7'>c. per
bushel. " Marett Farm and Soed Co.,
Westminster, s. C.-ad.-30-i?.
- Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hauknlgllt
left Sunday for Baltimore, where Mr.
Bauknlght will enter Johns Hopkins
Hospital for treatment. Mr. Hank
night has been suffering foi- some
time with something in the nature of
sciatica. His many friends will join
with us in tho hope that he may re
ceive early and permanent benefit
from the treatment.
-Plenty of hay, oats, cotton seed
meal, shorts, flour and salt at whole
sale and retail prices. J. II. Alloy,
West I nion, S. C.-adv.-3r,-3i).
-.1. Iv. Hawkins, of Laurens and
Greenwood, where he was employed
by the leading department stores of
those cities, has been secured by The
People's Store, L. Fayonsky, propri
etor, as manager. Mr. Hawkins is a
veteran of the World War, having,
seen continuous service with the fa
mous Rainbow Division overseas. Mr.
and Mrs. Hawkins and family aro re
siding oii Mauldin street.
-See Jaynes* "all lenther" line
of shoes. We will give you a pair of
new shoes and $5.00 In cash If you
lind paper in our shoes. Of course,
tlie prices are right. Walk a block
and save a dollar. 'Maynes cuts the
price and sells the goods."-adv.
?--Wo aro requested to announce
that the ladies of* the Kocky Knoll
Baptist church will servo ice ci earn
and cake, bot chocolate, sandwiches
end coffee from the grove in front
of the church next Saturday, Sept.
30th, from 5 until 10 o'clock p. m.
The public is cordially invited to at
tend, and liberal patronage will be
greatly appreciated. The proceeds of
the evening will be used for church
purposes.
- Next Saturday afternoon at
o'clock Kev. c .lt. Abercrombie will
conduct ordination services at the Sa
lem ^Baptist church, at which two
deacons will bo ordained. Rev. M.
J. Stnnsoll and the elders of his field
will take part in the service. Rev.
S ta H80l I is t<? preach the sermon. On
Saturday night at S o'clock Rev. H.
H. Stephens, of Six-rMille, Bickens
county, will preach at the Salem Bap
tist church. The public is most cor
dially invited to attend these ser
vices, i
-You should see our Uno of mil
linery before you soled your hats for
tho winter. Mitchell & ({ceder, West
minster, S. C.--adv.-38-ll.
- Married, ut the residonco of thc
bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Littleton, e. -Jenecn. Miss Lillian
Littleton an ians Whitmire. Thc
bride is the oldest daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Littleton ami is quito a pop
ular young lady. Mr. Whltmiro is a
son of Mr. and Mrs. ".amos Whit
mire. of .loeassee, ami [a well and
favorably known lo m.my In Oconne
The ceremony was performed bj
Rev. C. IC Abercrombie, 0f Salem
After the ceremony, which took place
at. 1.30 p. m., a sum].'nous weddin*
dinner was served. The young cou
pie have the best wishes of manj
friends.
The latest decree In ladies
stylos for the fall-"Long dresses
jami oxfords.V We have received ;
beautiful line of polrol twill dresses
'l lo- latest in Walkover oxfords are
stunning. The People's Depart mon
j Store-"Better doods for Less"
: Walhalla. S. C.-?-adv.
I -Tho many friends of Harry L
I Fayonsky will ho delighted to lean
that ho has decided to remain li
Walhalla this fall. Mr. Fayonsky it
a son of Louis Fayonsky, proprietoi
of The People's Store. Ho ls a stu
dent ai tim Cnierstty of Ponnsylva
nia, and has secured leavo of abseilet
temporarily mid will probably bo it
Walhalla until January, when li?
will relurn to Pennsylvania. Hu at
?ended ihe ('Diversity of South Caro
lina before going to Pennsylvania
and will be remembered ns a star oi
the P. s. c, base ball and baskot bal
teams. Mr. Fayonsky, togothor will
'. K. Hawkins, will bo in charge o
The peopio's Store hero. ,
- If von can't find what you wan
at the big stores, try us. Our mot ti
ls, "everything for Everybody," am
we trade you aervlco for buslnesH
J. ll. Alley, West Union, S. C.-nd3!
-If you fail to seo our stock of
millinery you fall to seo tho best Hue |
at the least price. Mitchell & Reeder,
Westminster, S. C.-adv.-38-41.
-Miss Janio Neville ls expected
home this afternoon, after a visit of
several weeks to relatives and friend^
at Franklin, N. C.
-McCormick mowing machines
and rakes at lowest. pitees for cush. I
W. M Brown. Walhalla.-adv.-tf.
-The Sacrament of the Lord's
Supper will he administered Sunday
morning at the Walhalla presbyter
ian church. Sunday ls also Rally Day.
Let every one ho present.
-$?00.00 a month for lifo ls a
big income. This ls exactly what tho
Pacific Mutual Lifo insurance Co. ls
paying .Mr. W. J. McClure, of Ander
son, due lo tlie fact that ho bas a
policy with tho Pacific Mutual, and
has recently bocoino an Invalid by
reason of disease. Mr. McClure will
make no further payments to tho
company, and when ho passes away
his family will bc paid, In addition,
tho full face value of the policy. -For
figures and' advantages seq N. L.
Fant, District Agent, Strother Bank
Building. Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
-Tampa (Fla.) Morning Tribune:
"Mr. and Mrs. William PetigrUo Mc
Whortor, Bayshore Boulevard, aro
being congratulated upon ibo arrival
of a son at tho Bayside hospital at
S.30 yesterday morning, Sept. 20th.
The young man has been named Wil
linn McWhorter IV. Mrs. McWhor
ter was formerly Miss Viola Rogness,
cf this city and Minneapolis. Mr. Mc
Whorter is the oldest son of John L.
McWhorter, associate editor of tho
Tribune." There are many in Oconeo
who will he Interested In reading the
above ('lipping. John L. McWhorter
having for a number of .years made
bis homo in Oconeo, and Wm. P. Mc
Whorter being a native, wo believe,
af our county.
- We have been doing cotton stor
age business al the same old stand
for tho past fifteen years. Plenty of
room and Six Per Cent Money. Sou
>ci\ Cotton Warehouse Company, G.
NV. Glgnilliat, President.- adv.
-The Walhalla High School foot
ball team will open the local grid
iron season on Walhall?'s grounds
next Friday, Sept. 29th, With the
Westminster High School furnishing
the opposition. The game will be
called at 3.30 sharp. Tickets are
now on sale. Geitys and Emmanuel,
of the Clemson College team, will
olliciate. The local team, under the
coaching of Prof. Burt Singleton, ls
fast rounding Into form and gives
promise of a great season. Coach
Singleton has not yet given out bis
line-up, but he has some twenty or
more husky lads to choose from, and
the team will he moro formidable
than last year. Remember the date
and hour. Let's turn out a big crowd
and show the boys the wholo town
is pulling for them.
-"Thc Walkover shoes for men,
the best shoo on tho market for the
money," says Mr. Fayonsky, who has
secured tho agency for this standard
make In preference to many others.
Tho People's Department Store
"Better Goods for Less"-Walhalla.
-adv.
-Mountain Eagle, Jasper, Ala.,
Sept. 20j "Townley, Ala., will not
linvo a new mayor, as thc present
mayor, E. C. Ellison, a candidate of
two days, was re-elected mayor Mon
day by voters who wroto his name
en tho ticket, The vote for mayor
stood: K. C. Ellison 07, J. D. Terrel*
2S, J. N. Wilson 38. Mr. Ellison's
name was not printed on the ticket,
he having entered tho race at the last
moment, after the ballots had been
prepared." The above wWl ho of In
terest to many in Oconeo. Mr. Elli
son ls a son of Capt. A. II. millson, of
Seneca, and since his removal lo
Alabama ho has had numerous poli
tical "scraps" in his adopted town,
tho citizens of Townley, however,
having persistently refused to rele
gate him to the "scrap heap."
-Wo will charge $3.50 per bale
for ginning this season, furnishing
bagging and ties. We use 2 to 2 im
pound jute bagging and wholo lies.
Jute bagging adds weight and makes
a neat bale. Schaeffer Gin Co., West
minster, S. C.-adv.-3 5.-tf.
-The Star Theatre, Seneca, ls
again open, after having been closed
for three weeks, during Gio Gipsy
Smith meeting. For the balance of
this week and the.first of next they
offer some exceptionally good pic
tures. Thursday (to-morrow), May
McAvoy In "Morals," taken from
thc well-known story, "Tho Morals
of Marcus," by Wm. J. Locke; also
a Harold Loyd comedy, "Eastern
Westerner." Friday, David Powell
and Ann Forrest, In "Love's Boom
I rang," and Patho News. Saturday,
tho usual full program - comedy and
Western and a serial. On Monday of
next week, lovely Constance Binny
in one of her most thrilling pictures,
"Midnight." Tuesday, "Nanook ol'
tho North." Tills picture took New
York by storm, lt is most unusual,
being taken In tho far North among
the Eskimos, and hoing an actual
showing of these rem?le people; also
Aesop's Fables. The mnnagemotii of
Tho Star Theatre voluntarily closed
their picture honso during tho revi
val mooting-nt Seneca, and not only
suffered inconvenience from this
fact, but a real monetary loss, and it
ls hoped (hat thc people of Senoea
and community will show their ap
preciation of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
son's generosity and liberally patron
ize their excellent picture show.
-To Rent-Nico o??lco rooms In
samo building in which Bell Tele
phono Co. has Its oillce, on Main St.
Can rent you single ofilco or suit of
rooms. See ino nt onco if Interested,
Very desirable location. W. M,
Brown. Walhalla. S. C.-adv.-tf.
Quarterly Conference, Walhalla Ct.
Tho fourth quarterly conforoneo of
tho Walhalla Circuit will bo held nt
Salem Methodist church on Satur
day, tho l illi day of October, at 11
a. m. All tho officials nro oarnestly
requested to bo prosont, and every
body is invited. D. A. Jeffcoat,
Pastor in Charge
1888
1922
THE NEW
STETSONS
ARE HERE.
That's all wc need to tell you? New Fall Styles
with the distinctive mark, and the good, old-rock
bottom Stetson Quality?
If you're a regular Stestson customer, of course
you'll want one of thc new Fall Styles. If not, let
us urge you at least to come and try one on?
You can judge for yourself what this Stetson
"feeling for style" is, that the young men talk about?
The Stetson Qualit y Mark on every Stetson Hats.
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S? C.
THIS STATUE OP LIBERTY is emblematical of freedom for
every ono who does what is right, but it does not stand for I leen s o
to do wrong.
YOU ARK AT LIBERTY to do what you choose with your
money-but aro yon doing what is right?
THE WRONG THING TO DO is to carry it about with you,
Sequester it in sumo hiding place, leave it in your safe, or put it
in a safo deposit box.
THE RIGHT THING TO DO is to put it in this bank, to bo
used nt your convenience, to draw interest if it is a surplus, and
to ci re ula ie, in tho marts of trade.
*
The Enterprise Bank,
Walhalla, 5. C.
E-C-O-N-O-M-Y
THE SUCCESSFUL PERSON is the one who
saves systematically? For instance, if you are paid by
thc week, if you save any money you will have to save
by the week? The same theory will apply by the month
or by thc year?
SAVE!
and deposit your savings with us. We paya substantial
interest on your savings by agreement?
s
WE ARE ALWAYS WILLING
TO HELP YOU
with your financial troubles. Our officers and directors
are 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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