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WALHALLA
(Small advertisements under
tbis heading inserted at rate of
one cent a word per insertion.
Four insertions for price of
three.)
(NOTICE.-No advertisement ac
cepted for this column for loss tiinn
Xii cents, ono Insertion.)
AFTKI1 yOU THY elbois, try us.
SMITH'S GARAGE, Walhalla, S. C.
42-13 ?
MONEA' TO LOAN on Improved j
Farm Lands. R. 13, BRUCE, Pick-1
ens, S. C. 26-tf
STRAVFI)-Black Hound DogJ an
swers to name of "Frank." Reward
if returned to NORMAN RIDLEY,
West Union, S. C. 4 U l i?
.HEMSTITCHING. - Have your
Fall Dresses, Lingerie and Innen fin
ished with Hemstitching. Mrs. M.
Puckhaber, WA H ALLA, S. C. 4 2*
W A R N I N G t-No Hunting, no
Trespassing on Lands of the under
signed: J. D. CRENSHAW, W. O.
WHITE._40-4 3
FOR SALE-Ono\hundred bushels
Fulghum Seed Oats; homo raised;
guaranteed pure. Also, Pigs for sale.
W. D. MOSS, Walhalla, S. C. 32-tf
NOTICE.-Tho Keowee Courier is
In position to handle subscriptions
to all tho leading periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business.
FINE FARM FOR SALE-On Na
tional Highway from Seneca to Wal
halla, S. C. See W. lt. LYNCH for a
bargain. Address Seneca, S. C., Rt.
No. t. _ _4il?^_
POR' SALE - Duroc-Jersey Pigs;
ready for delivery in about 30 days.
All Pigs subject to registration. lt.
A. CRAIG, (Farm near High Falls.;
_
HIDES CP! - Express Hides to
ATHENS HIDE CO., Athens, Ga.
Illghesi wholesale prices. Laprohcs,
overcoats and loather tanned from
your hidos. l ! !
.MONEY TO LOAX ou improved
farm lands In Oconco county. Loans
to run for five years at 0 per cent.
N. L. FANT, Insurance Agent, Wal
halla, S. C. 38-tf
FOR RENT--horse Karin, three
milos from Walhalla. Good land for
corn and cotton and snmll grain. For
particulars write or see J. I). IS
DELL, Walhalla, S. C. 35-tf
FOR HALE small Farm at a bar
gain; throe miles of Walhalla, on a
good road. Close to good school. For
price and particulars apply to C. F.
EDWARDS, West i nion Garago.Wost
Union, S. C. 42-43*
FOR SA LE-One Small Farm, less
than I'.-") acres; now four-room house;
good barn, good waler; half nillo of
Salem. Wilt take good Ford touring
car as part payment. Easy terms on
balance Apply I. A. WILLIAMS.
Salem. S. C. 42*
FOR RENT-A Farm above Wal
halla, on National Highway. Fino
land, 50 or (>0 acres * bot tom land;
good house; line pasture; graded
school half milo. Roi labio parlies
only. Address I*. O. Box UTJ. Wal
halla, S. C. f 10-43*
INDUSTRIOUS MEX and women
wanted to retail Hie genuine Wat
kins Products In city territories. Ex
ceptional opportunity lo Ho up wi:It
tho olde;; and largest company of
bs Kind, our hustlers' average In
C01U0 ls $1.10 au hoar. Are you d ?
lng as well1.' |f noi. write to-day fo.
free samples and particulars. THE
.1. U. SVATKINS CO., Dept. S I, Now
York, N .V . 10-43*
FOR SALE- - I have In my hands
for sale one Lol of Land in tho Town
of Walhalla, consisting of Ten Acres
of Improved Land, one good live
room Dwelling House with water
works; good outbuildings, pasturo,
Orchard and garden. This lol ls with
in easy roach of churches and school,
Und at tho same time ls secluded
enough lo havo all tho advantngos
of a country rosldoncc. Price. $2,500.
Will soil for one-half cash, balance
In one. and two years, secured hy n
mortgage of premises. A real bar
pain. For further particulars write
or call on .1 IL S. DENDY, Walhalla,
s. C. 42-13-'
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mailldill Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES OX THE FOI'RT ll SUN
DAV OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance... ii.^n a. in,
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Rev. Timothy I. McGrath, Rector,
st. Joseph's Church,
East Earle and North McDultio Sts.,
Anderson, S. C.
Lts for the sale of
andiesin the land,
iirect to us from
dion guaranteed,
iii;g at <
?H A RM AC V,
, S. O.
_?_
M IO A li FOR SEED.-We are now
trading Meal for Cotton Seed, pound
for pound. Offer subject to with
drawal at any time, so got yours now
While tho offer holds good. WEST
MINSTER OIL & FERTILIZER CO.,
Westminster, S. C._41-42
MEA I, FOR SEED_We qro now
trading Meal for Cotton Seed, pound
for pound. Offer subjefct to with
drawal at any time, so got yours now
while the offer holds good. WEST
MINSTER OIL & FERTILIZER CO.,
Westminster, S. C. 41-42
SPECIAL MASONIC MEETING.
There will bo a Special Communi
cation of BlUO Ridge Lodge, No. !"2,
A.F.M., on next Friday evening, Oct.
20th, al S o'clock. Tho meeting will
bo purely social. District Deputy
Robertson will bo present) and also
Brother Klugh, both of Clemson
College, and the Masonic Side De
grees will ho exemplified. All of tho
members of Dine Ridge Lodge aro
urged lo attend, and visiting breth
ren will bo cordially welcomed.
?*\ J. li. S. DENDY. \V. M.
W. O. WHITE,
Secretary.
fr LOCAL AND PERSONAL. fr
fr fr ?j? fr fr ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j? ?j? >j? ?j? ?j* ?j? fr ?j? ?j?,
--See us for guns and ammunition.
Our stock is complete. J. H, Alley,
West Union, S. C.-adv.-11-4 4.
- Miss Addie- Tatham spent sev
eral days last week in Columbia vis
iting at the homo of her relatives, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Brennecke.
-For Sale-Acid phosphate. IC
per cent; just arrived. West Union
Oil Mill.-adv.-41-42.
-W. D. White, Esq., of Anderson,
spout tho week-end in Walhalla with
his wife, who has for several weeks
been visiting ker parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. A. Hotrlck.
- Shoos - Shoes! - More of 'cm
than ('arter bad oats. Seo U3 for
shoes, and remember: "We trade you
service for business." J.H. Alley,West
Union, S. C.-adv.-4 l- l 4.
- Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Russell, who'l
have been spending tho summer In
.Walhalla with Mrs. Russell's parent,
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Kant, left lav
week for their home in the Canal
Zone.
--W, B. corsets for ladies--perfect
iu lit, style, quality. A new shipment
has just arrived. Tho People's Store,
Main street. Walhalla. "Bolter goods
for less."-adv,
--Mrs. L. A. Probst was'confined
to her home for several days last
week with a sovbre attack of tonsili
tis. We are glad to report that she
bas recovered and is allie to lie out
again.
-.Inst rocoived, a shipment of the
well known High Point buggies. Call
and get one. (If you ride, rido
right.) W. M. Brown, Walhalla, S.
C..adv.-3S-tf.
- Mrs. J. T. Kay, of Belton, ls vis
iting her daughter. Mrs. Cora Schro
der. Her many friends will be glad
to learn that she expects to bo with
her d.nighter and family for several
mouths.
-Plenty high grade coal on hand
nt present; $10.00 ton at tho mill.
West I nion Oil Mill.-adv.- 12.
--.Mrs. Hannah Sanders and sister,
Miss Mamie Freeman, of West Un
ion, returned this week from Charles
ton, whore they spent ton days vls
iiing among colativos and friends,
They also attended the McCn.'rcl
llosso uedding. which took placo in
Charleston on Oct. 4th,
You can Immediately croate an
?slate equal to tho savings of a llfe
tlmo, nol sn bj oct to taxes, repairs or
improvements. Better attend to it.
Dolnys are fatal. N. L. Fant, Pacific
Mutual, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
Dr. J. W. Mell spent seora I days
?ii Columbia lasL week visiting his
sisters, Mrs. Kate McAlister and Miss
May Boll, who is in Columbia for
hospital treatment. The many friends
of tho family deeply regret the con
tinued illness of tho Lit tor, and hope
for early roport of her improvement.
- Now is the time to buy buy your
Oliver plows. Cot ready for tho fall
season. Ruy tho Genuino Oliver. W.
M. Brown, Walhalla, S." C.--adv.-tf.
- On the 15th of October Mr. and
Mrs. Miles McDonald entertained a
number of their friends ni a delight
ful birthday dinner al their homo in
Midway, singing and music were en
joyed by the guests, and at the close
of a pleasant day they" all departed,
declaring the occasion would long be
remembered by each guest.
- Price ls soon forgotten, but tho
recollection of finality lives on. The
name Walkover Insures superiority
in style and uniformity In quality of
material and workmanship. Tito Peo
ple's Dopa rt mont Store, Malu street.
"Retter goods for less." "Tho Home
of Walkover shoes."-adv.
??? '-'-r-rfr-?-1
-All kinds of head wear' at J. H.*
Alley's, West Union, S. 0.-r--advt?44. !
-^Mrs. Arthur Brown will outer
tain tt?e Baptist Aid Society cu next
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
-For Sale - Acid phosphate, 16
4)cv eont; Just arrived. -Waft Unfon
Oil .Mill.-adv.-42.
-Tho Ladles' Aid Society of the
Walhalla Methodist church Will meet
Thursday aftornpon at 3.30; o'clock
with Miss Ella Crorishaw la Midway.
-Cold woather ls here- and re
minds us of the old reliable "llanos"
underwear,'sold by J. II. Alley, Wost
Union, S. C.-adv.-41-4 4.
- Miss Frances Fant, of Texas,
who has been visiting hore^left Inst
week with Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hus
sen to spend some timo in tho Canal
Zone. . ,
-Flowors for all occasions at
Bell's Drug Sloro, agonts for Kant's
Greenhouso, Andorson, S. C. High
class funoral work a specialty.-adv
io-4;<
-Mrs. M. C. Todd, Miss Glenna
Todd and .Marvin Todd spent a short
while in Greenville last week, liefore
roturhlng home Miss Glenna will
visit friends in Columbia and Winns
boro. -
-McCormick mowing machines
and rakes at lowest pi ices for cash.
W. M Brown. Walhalla.-adv.-tf.
-Miss Myra Grant has rota med
to tho Cedar Springs InsMtute, whore
she entered tho 7th grade. She was
accompanied as far as Spartanburg
by her mother, Mrs. J. Whit Grant,
who went on to Clover, S. C., to visit
her daughter. Mrs. S. M. Dodd.
-To lient-Nice oillco rooms lu
same building In which Bell Tele
phone Co. has its office, on Main St.
Can rent you singlo oillco or suit of
rooms. Seo me ai onco if interested.
Very desirable location. W. M.
Brown. Walhalla, S. C.-adv.-tf.
-Mrs. G. A. .Mercer and little
daughter, Julianna, cf Savannah, re
turned to (heir homo last Wednes
day, after having spent two weeks in
West Union as the guests of Mr. and
.Mrs. McCurry .Neville and Mr?. L. lt.
Van Divide.
-Plenty high grado coal on band
at present; $ 10.00 ten at the mill.
West I nion Oil Mill.-adv.-42.
-Mrs. H. Grady Burton and little
son, L. G., have returned to their
home in Atlanta, after spending sev
eral weeks with homefolks hero, Mr.
and Mrs. \V. J. Kelley and family.
They were accompanied home by
Mrs. Burton's brother, .Marvin Kel
ley.
-W? will charge $3.50 per bale
for ginning tlUs season, furnishing
bagging and ties. Wo use 2 and 2 -
po?iul jute bagging and wholo ties.
Jute bagging adds weight and makes
a neat bale. Westminster Oil and
Fertilizer Co.-adv.- ?s-tf.
-The many friendo of Mrs. J. Q.
Sears Wl|l bo delighted to learn that
she will romain in Walhalla this fall.
Mrs. Sears, who was formerly Miss
Effie Phillips, will be permanently-lo
cated at the Peoplo's Department
Store, where she will be in charge of
the ladies' department.
ti t
-Wo will charge $3.50 per bale
for ginning this season, furnishing
bngging and ties. We use -2 to 2l/?
pound jute bagging and whole ties.
?Jute bagging adds weight and makes
! a "neat bale. Schaeffer Gin Co., West
minster, S. C.-ndv.-35.-tf.
-On last Friday the Walhalla and
Westminster folball teams contested
on the Westminster grounds, thc
score showing up at the end of the
game 37 to '0 In favor of Walhalla.
In the rec?ntenme between Walhalla
and Central, Walhalla came out vic
torious with a score .of Ii) to 0. Up
io the present Walhalla's team has
been victorious in every game played
and has to her credit in those gantes
S5 pointj. Walhalla's goal lino has
not yet been crossed.
-Coker's Fulgrum oats, ono year
from pedigree, screened and graded.
$1.00 per bushel. Texas Rod Rust
Proof, screened and graded. 75c. per
hushol. Marett Farm and Soed Co.,
Westminster, S. C.-ad.-39-lf,
-W. Harry Cary, of Columbia,
paid a brief visit to friends In Wal
halla last Saturday. Ile had been
spending tho day in 'Greenville on
business, and on his return homo^an
over to see his old friends here be
fore going down-State. He is always
wolcomed here by numbers of our
citizens. Friends in tho county will
be glad to' learn that his health has
greatly improved since Iiis unforced
six-mouths' rest. Ile has not defi
nitely decided whether or mu ho will
re-enter business in Columbia.
- - A lady in Mich'gnn bought olght
pairs of lier favorite Walkover shpo
before sailing to China as a mission
ary. She will see a Walkovor store
in Shanghai when she gets there. The
Walkover shoes are sold in the prin
cipal countries of tho world. The
People's Department Store. Main St.,
Walhalla, "Bettor goods for less."
"The Home of Walkover Shoes."-ad
-One of tho finest heads of cab
bage that we have ever seen was
brought to our oillco Monday by An
drew Karney, of the Whots'ono sec
tion. Tho head weighed pounds
and was firth and perfect ali the way
through. Mr. Ramey tells us thal ho
|hns raised Ibis year in tho neighbor
hood of three thousand equally as
Uno beads as the one brought to us,
this ono being taken from among
the load he brought down for sale on
Monday. Tho boll weevil ls not both
ering Mr. Ramey, ho being about out
i of weevil range, but he would t. t bo
' bothered with growing cotton If? be
were in the colton belt. OM.rr crops,
be knows, uro* so'much easier raised
than colton. *
J - Just received n shipniont- of
' men's suits with extra trousors.
These suils are nil-wool and will bo
on special sale for this week-ond at
only $18.1?5. They won't be In stock
long at this price, so como oarly,
while the selection Is large. The Peo
ple's Department Store, Main streot,
Walhalla. "Rotter goods for loss."
-adv.
(Other Locol* on First Ungo.)
\
The People's Department Store
M?teJ?t- Walhalla's Fastest Growing Store. w^JHaiia, s. c.
Wc are now showing fhe larg
est and best line of Shoes in our
history. Hundreds to choose
from, all reliable brands and
every pair must give satis
faction or we refund your
money.
Shoes
Walk-Over and Hamilton Brown
Shoes for Ladies.
Walk - Over, Edmonds, > O'Donnell
High-Grade Shoes for Men.
Guaranteed Children's Shoes. Every Pair at Less Money.
Week-End Specials-Men's Work Shoes ??e
THE AMERICAN HAT
FOR MEN.
A completo Hue of styles and
Colors, Ooimliio Wool Felt
$1.45T $3.45
GENUINE VELOUR HATS
FOR MFN
$3.95 ro $5.95
' SPECIAL I OU
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
Ono lot Mon's Work Shoes, full
$5.00 value, for Friday and Sat
urday
$2.95
WHFK-HNIt SPECIAL,
simon's Army Style Shoes, $5.00
values-Wcek-Fnd Special
$3.75
Ono lot pf Men's Work Shoos,
7.00 values, nt
$4.75
m.
FOOTWEAR FOR LADIES.
JLADIES'
TAN SPORT OXFORDS
reduced from $8.00 - For
Week-End Only
this
\
$ 31 ?k;
LADIES'
WALKOVER OXFORDS
in Hluck and Drown, Medium mid
Low Heels, various styles. Special
for tills Wcok-Eud-Reduced from
$8.50 to- r
IR \
LADIES'
PATENT PUMPS.
Many styles-$5.00 and $0.00 val
ues-Reduced t<
Attention, Ladies!
,With fjreat pleasure we announce that
we have been fortunate in obtaining
Mrs. J. Q. Seares for our Ludios' Departmet.
Boys' Shoes for Dress and School Wear.
Ono lot Hoy Scout Shoes for
School Wear-$3.25 values-only
$1.95
i Hoys' Army Style Shoes-$1.50 3 Hoy's Tun and Hinch English
values-This Wcek-End only-\ St:vl" ?^^l?^? ?^^^0
? values-^-This Week-l nd only
$2.95
REST GRADE GINGHAMS.
Rest grade Dress Ginghams
Fast Colors-.'lOc. value-Specially
priced for this Week-End-Yard
20c,
DRESS GINGHAMS
-at
BIG SAVING!
Good (irado Dress Ginghams
120c. value-For this Wendi-lind
only-Yard
SWEATERS
Latest Cr?ditions in leadles' and
?Misses' Slip-ons and Coat Stylos
Many shades - Moderately priced
from-i
$1.50 TO $6.95
LADIES' POIRET AND TWILL
SERGE DRESSES
nod Ski i ts In all the latest Pat
terns and Styles.
BLANKETS
and COMFORTS
FOR FROSTY NIGHTS.
Wliy shiver Tad shake this fall
mid winter when so much solid
comfort may lie lind nt su?h a rea
sonable price? Blankets aro cer
tain to advance with the new turill,
so tho thing to do is to buy . now
for future needs. We aro agents
for Nnshua Blankets
$3.25 TO $7.95
Clothing for Men. Young Men and Boys.
WE HAVE TRIO VARIETY, THE SIZES, THE STYLES. TA I Iv IS
CHEAP, BUT THU GOODS AND THE PRICKS ARE HERE, AND A
LOOK THROUGH WILL ENABLE THEM TO SPEAK FOR THEM
SELVES-AND TREY WILL DO IT!
BOYS' SCHOOL NEEDS.
Boys' Suit? priced.>.$3.05 and up.
Boys' Shirts.45c. and up.
. s
Boys' Caps.25c. and up.
Men's'Dress Pants, nil Colors. . $1.05 up to $0.05.
Men's Work Pants, Corduroys, Moleskins, Joans. .$1.45 to $8.45.
Men's Bluo-Bucklo Overalls-Best Grade Denim.. $L;t5.
Men's Heavy blue Chambray Work Shirts. . . ..K5c.
RAINCOATS.
Tlio most completo lino of Medium-priced
Garments we have .ever shown.
$4.65 r<> $10.00
Trade at Home. \v*hy Trade^ Elsewhere? "We Lead, Others Follow."
The People's Department Store,
L. Fayonsky, Prop. -"Better Goods for Less.1*- Walhalla, S. C.
Neville School to Open.
Patrons of Neville school will
please take notico that the school will
open on Oct. 30, and tho compulsory .
attendance law will ho enforced he
ginning Nov. 1 Stli. Start all children
of school agc promptly, as we Intend
to soe that the law ls enforced.
(Signed): J." W. Morgan, J. M.
Kelley, Jos. Kerr, Trustees.
Dr. Bell's Drug Store.
MONDAV, OCTOBER 23(1,
ONE DAY ONLY.
Bring your Eye Troubles and
Broken (?lasses. No better skill
is displayed by any ono on earth
in diagnosing Eye Troubles and
Fitting Proper Glasses. 1 am tho
only mau in the South that is so
particular about the (?lasses be
ing J PST RIGHT for lils patients
that I own a Complete Labora
tory for Grinding Glasses and
keep an Export Optician on the
job to (111 my Prescriptions Just
right. Ami
THE PRICES ARE
RIGHT 1
Also, this is ?in added advant
age in having me caro for your
Ey/'s and (?lasses.
Pienso tell your friends and
all will bo benefited.
I THANK YOU.
Dr. ?. R. CAMPBELL,
ANDERSON, S. C.
&/>?
Walhalla Ginnery
WALHALLA, S. C.
The Gin Machinery has been
put in the best of condition and
will be operated by an exper
ienced Ginner.
Bring Your Cotton to the
Walhalla Ginnery
and try us for good and prompt
service.
The Walhalla Ginnery,
(Formerly the Pitchford Ginnery.)
BUYING COTTON
I am in the market for Cotton. Will pay thc highest price
and will appreciate your business. See mc before selling.
D. B. DARBY,
,Walhalla, S. C.
-Office in The Enterprise Bank.-~

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