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TIHO PEOPLE'S 1
WALHALLA
ONE CENT A WORD
(Small' advertisements undo,
tills heading Inserted at rate of
one cent a word per Insertion.
Fonr Insertions for prl?e of
tinco.)
(NOTICE.-No advertise!.'.ont ac
cented for this column for 1 ss than
1rs cents, one Insertion.)
S KM I) OATS IOU SALK-Hast
ings 100 to I. Apply to T. H. SHK
IA ?lt. Walhalla. S. 0. Il*
RU ROO ri<;s condy for dollvery.
Seo GEO. liUUKhEIN, Walhalla, S.
C. " I 1 '
FOE RENT-Nico Rooms. Apply
to MISS GEORGIE VAN DI VI KRK,
Walhalla, S. C. D'.-H;
.MOMOY TO L.OAN on Improved
Farm Lands. K. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C._ 26-tf
FOR SALIO.- Several Mules and
Horses. Prices right. Would trade
for cattle. W. J. SCHRODER, Wal
halla, S. C._14-tf
DON'T FOR?JNT I still pay best
prices for Hides. Soo me on corner
hv Old Hotel, Main St., Walhalla. S.
C. _14*
STOY10S FOR SALK-One Cook
ing Stove and one Wood Stove; both
in good condition. MRS. G.. IO.
RHOD10S. X. ?road St.Walhalhf. l??
LOST-Tan Dog with black hack.
Answers to name of "Rowdy." Find
er communicate with J. W. SMITH,
Walhalla, S. C., and get reward. 17*
W A R X 1 X G !-;No Hunting, no
Trespassing on Lands of the under
signed. J. E. BARRETT, Westmin
ster S. C., Itt. .". I I - Ur^*_
WANTED - To Exchange - One
Jersey Cow giving one gallon milk
for Fresh-iti Cow, and pay difference,
S. A .TOW, Walhalla. S. C., Rt. 2. _*
FOR RENT-s ix-Koon? Residence,
Faculty lilli, croitor Krvin and Col
lege Streets. For particulars see W.
C. HUGHS. 13-lG
FOR SALK-Small Farm. LT. acres
1 VJ miles from Court House; good
house; good outbuildings. Inquire nt
COUU1KR OFFICIO. 13- IO*
STRAYED-Black Hound Dot;; an
swers to natue of "Frank." Howard
if returned to NORMAN RIDLEY,
West. Union, S. C. 1 l-l 1 *
FOR SALK-ono hundred bushels
Fulghum Seed Oats; home raised;
guaranteed puro. Also, Pigs for sale.
W. D. MOSS, Walha Uti, S. C. 32-I?
NOTICE.-Tho Keoweo Courier is
in position to handle subscriptions
to all tho leading periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business.
WA NTKD - Dogwood - Wo pay
$10.00 per. eoril for Dogwood tit
Westminster. CAROLINA HARD
WOOD co. see .1. S. Drice for speci
fications etc. I I- 1 7*- tf
FOR SAUE-Ten-Room Residence,
corner Tugaloo and Maudln street-;.
Also, Electric Washing Machine, in
tirsl-class condition. Apply to WM.
\. ll KT RI CK, Walhalla, S. C. 43-t?
TWO-HORSE CROI? FOR RENT.
Renter to furnish stock, For sale,
cheap, or will trade, one Horse and
pair Mules, ll. !.. COE, Richland. S.
C. 43-Di*
FIN 10 FARM IOU SALE-On Na
tional Highway fruin Seneca to Wal
halla. S. c. Se.? w. R. LYNCH for a
bargain. Address Seneca, s. C., lit.
No. 1. 12-1;
INDIOS UP! - Express Hides io
ATHENS Hil?!'' CO., Athens, Gn.
Highest who!? >ale prices. Laprobos,
overcoats and leather tanned from
ymir hides. l j . l0 !
MOX HY TO LOA X on improved
farm lands in Oconoo county. Loans
to run for live years al tl per cent.
N. L. l'A NT, Insurance Agent. Wal
halla, S. C. 8$-tf
FOR SALE-One Electric Dump
ing om lit ; consists of Electric Motor
??nd Stool Tower and Tank. For par
ticulars apply to J. L. MARETT, Sen
eca, s. C. , 14-17
DR. IM 10 RC RVS .Medical Adviser;
brand new Fall Ibm ; 1008 pages; 200
Proscriptions? Illustrated through
out. Price, il.an hv Dare. Post. PAL
METTO AGENCY, Dept. K-2, Rt. I.
Rex G I, Westminster, s, c. i i *
RM; I KT FRED l.t. ..; tor Servir?'.
Sired hy Clemson Cherry King. No.
1728,").'), out of Clemson's Red Dud
T 2d, No. ISiOr.S. Apply to SAM ll.
ORR, Walhalla, S. C., for particu
lars._ 43-14
RK(RSTERIOI) IMUS for Sale_I
have SOVfln Fine lMgy, ready now for
delivery;'sired by "lyu," x0 1 Sr,7.". 0.
dam Clomson's Red Bud T 2d, No.
484968, Prlco, $10 each. SAM H.
ORR, Walhalla, S. C. 48-44
tts for the sale of
andies in the^land.
lirect to us frona
dion guaranteed,
ling at
Ml A U.MACY,
., s. C.
-, ; - ~J
WANTED-Corn.-Will pay $1.00
per bushel. WEST UNION FLOUR
.MILL, West Union, S C 11-47*
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mnuklin Street, Wnlluilln, S. C.
SERVICES OX THF FOURTH SUN
DAY OF FACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance.v. 9.:'.u a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Rev. Timothy J. McGrath, Rector,
St. Joseph's Church,
Fast Karlo and Nortb/McDullio Sts.,
Anderson, S. C.
A Regular Comuuinication of blue ,
j?3ev"?^"."ii'| Ridge Lodge, No. 92, A. F. !
ISQ&I M - win l)e hG,d noxt Frl_
La^aJ day night, Nov. 3d, 1922,
at S o'clock.
Visiting brothers always welcome.
J. H. S. DENDY, W. M.
W. O. WMI'lTC, Secretary. (adv)
********** *********s
?j? LOCAL AND PERSONAL. * !
- Mrs. John T. Reeves, of At
lanta, is visiting at tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. John J. Reeder, In Midway.
- See us for guns and ammunition.
Our stock is complete. J. H. Alley,
West Union, S. C.-adv.-ll-lt.
- Horn, unto Mr. and Mrs. Claud
Miller, of tho Fairfield section, on
Oct. 2d, a daughter. The little lady
will ho called Claudia Mae.
- Miss Canto Darby Harrison left
Sunday for South Union to resume
ber duties on the faculty, of the
school at that place.
-Plenty of 1G per cent acid for
all now; $10.25. W. M. Brown, Wal
halla. S. C.-adv.-13-tf.
-Tho Baptist Aid Society of Wal
halla will meet with Mrs. Nevitt !
Kant on Thursday (to-morrow) af
ternoon at '?.'IQ o'clock.
-Tho Ladies' Aid Society of the
Walhalla Methodist church will meet
Thursday (to-morrow) afternoon at
'A o'clock at the homo of Mrs. W. M. j
Brown.
-Shoos - Shoes! - More of 'em
than Carter had oats. See us for ,
shoes, and remember: "We trade you
service for business." J.H. Alley,West
Union, S. C.-adv.-41-14.
- Rev. C. lt. Abercrombie will
preach nt Double Springs church on
next Saturday night, Nov. Ith. 'lhere
will be special nui.-i", and everybody
is Invited to nttsnd;
We are requested to announce!
that communion services will be held
at Richland ''burch next Sunday at
! I a. m. Preparatory services will be
held on Friday night ?it 7 o'clock and
on Saturday morning at 1 1 o'clock.
- Do you know that Nashua Wool-,
nap blankets have been scion ti lb ally
proven warmer than wood blankets?
Our stock of Nashua blankets ls very
large. Now is the time to prepare for
the cold winter nights. The People's
Department Store. Better goods for
less." Main St.. Walhalla. S.C.-ad.
- We are requested to announce
that lhere will be a box supper nt
the Rocky 'Knoll church on Friday,
Nov. 3d, beginning at 7 o'clock p.
m. There will also bo ;-efreshments
sold. Tho public i,s most cordially
invited to attend and take part in the
pleasures o? the evening. '
--We aro requested to announce
that Rev. A. 13. Driggors, of Clom
Kon College, will preach at Zion M.
K. church next Sunday. Nov. 5th, at
3.30 p. m. 'The public is cordially In*
vi tod t<i attend this .service. There
.un many in this section who recall
Kev. Driggors very pleasantly when
he was pastor of the Walhalla Meth
odist church.
- We will chargo $3.f>0 per halo
for ginning this season, furnishing
bagging and tics. We use 2 to 2V6
ppund Jute hagging and whble lies.
Jule bdgglng adds weight and makes
a neat halo. Schaeffer Gin Co., West
minster, S. C.-adv.-S5.-tf.
- One of tho best pieces of street
work that has boen done in Walhalla
for some time is th;\t which was
completed 'mst week, making a thor
oughly good street 'of Catherine
street, to the north of Main, and
connecting with tho now highway to
Sa him. 'Tho street bas been top
soiled, the soil having been furnish
ed by J .W. Sholor, Ksq. Mayor Moss
recently determined that this street
should be put in good condition, and
decided that while it was being done
that it should be done with a view
to permanency. 'The work is calcu
lated t'> bear approval not only of
tho citizens ?of Walhalla, hut of tho
many who constantly travel tho Sa
lem highway, and who have hereto
fore had to contend with a badly
kept stroet on leaving tho highway
and entering town.
-Cokor's Fulgrutn oats, ono yoar
from pedigree, screened and gradod.
$1.00 per bushel. Texas Rod Rust
Proof, screened and gradod, 7i>c. por
bushel. Marett Farm and Sood Co.,
Westminster, s. C.-ad.-39-tf.
-Mr. and Mra. Jesse W; Rankin,
of Newry, were recent visitors In
Walhalla.
-Plenty bit 16 per cent acid for
nil now; ^16.26. W. M. Brown, Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.-43-tf.
-Mrs. Kate Smith and Miss Ger
trude Smith left Thursjtoy for an ox
tonded trip North. -^
-Miss Emmie Ansel sprent the
week-end with her parents, Jdr. aird
Mrs. John Ansel.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. H .Darby, Miss
Bessio Mickler, Miss Eloise. Sirother
and J. Coke Rampley spent thc week
end in Highlands.
-Now ts tho time to buy buy your
Olivor plows. Get ready for the fall
season. Buy tho Genuine Oliver W.
M. Brown, Walhalla, S. C.--ailv.-if.
-Mrs. R. L, Rogers loft yesterday
for Fountain Inn, where she will bo
for tho remainder of this Week vis
iting relatives and looking after mat
ters of business. ,
-Earle Sloan, of Charleston, and
H. W. Hinkle, of North. Carolina,
wero callers at Tho Courier office
Monday. They have boon rusticating
together ip the mountains fo'.- some
timo past.
- Wo are requested to announce
that there will bo a special conf?r
ence at Liberty Baptist church next
Saturday, \ov. 4th, at 3 o'clock p.
in. livery mom ber is urged to at
tend.
-Just received, a shipment of tho
well known High Point buggies. Call
and get ono. . (If you ride, lido
right.) W. M. Brown, Walhalla, S.
C.-adv.-3S-tf.
-Wc are requested to announce
Hint tho Fairfield school wi t open
on. Monday, Nov. Otb. Th?^e'ompul
Sory attendance law will ho enforced
from the opening of school. Patrons
aro urged lo take notice arid see that
till children of school age aro . farted
promptly on tho opening day of the
terni,
- Married, at the home of the offi
ciating minister, Rev. C. G. lOnsl?y,
In Walhalla, on Sunday, Oct. 20lh,
Miss Ruby Owens, daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. Rob. Owens to Roscoo Gil
lespie, son of Butler Gillespie. The
young couple have the good wishes
of many friends in thc county. Both
reside in Walhalla.
-Rev. Gipsy Spilth, who drew
such immense crowds at* a three
weeks' revival at Seneca recently, ls
now entering upon a series of meet
ings at Union, S. C. He went from
Savannah, Ga., to Union, having been
engaged in a miost successful meer
ing in the Georgia city for several
weeks.
- Have you gotten your Walk
overs? New shipments have been re
celved by The People's Department
Storo for the great anniversary sale
which will begin Friday of this week
Our stock of Walkover shoes for wo
men and men is nour complete. Wi
have tho styles, sizes and quality
May we show you? The People'i
Department Store. "Better goods foi
less." Homo of Walkover shoes.-ad
-Mrs. Elijah -GllUson, of Wes
Union, was one of the prUptWinnjui
exhibitors of tho Southeastoju Fat:
in Atlanta during the past two week!
and came off with "flying colors,'' s<
to speak. Mrs. Gilllson tent 'for ex
hlblt four pounds of ber honie-niad;
candies, ono pound each of'cocoanut
chocolate, caramel and 'divlnit:
fudge. The exhibits were retinue,
to her tho latter part of lasft week
tho exhibit ns a whole bringing he
three blue ribbons, one red rlbboi
and a check for $S.">0. We havi
heard of a number of Oconeo exhih
?tors at tho Southeastern Fair, bu
have not been advised as to the sue
cess of others. Mrs. L. W. Vernor
of Seneca, exhibited a collection o
dahlias, receiving two ribbons there
on and a cash prize. \
-Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A, Hetric:
and family left last Sunday for Phil
ndelphin, Pa., whore they will be un
til about January 1st, next, whci
they will CO to Princeton, W. Va
to locate permanently. Mr. .md Mn
Chas. A. Hetilck and little son nls
left Sunday for tho samo destination
and they, too, will locate nt Prince
ton tho first of tho year. The Messrs
Helrlck will have charge of a hosier
mill at PrlcetOn .".rom thc first of th
new year. Wm. A. Hetrick lias hoe
ot tho head of the local hosiery mill
boro for a number of years, and hi
son, Chas. A., bas helel a position a
manager of a department in the Ioctl
mills. Chas. F. Metrick and famll
will romain in Walhalla. It is a mal
tor of deep regret to many friends c
Wm. A. and Chas. A. Helrlck nu
their families that'they are leavln
W;il h alla. They have been prom
nontly associated with all interest
in Walhalla for ii number of year!
and their departure from eur mids
will be keenly felt in various quat
tors. They carry with thom, the bes
wishes of many friends.
-To Rent-Nico o Oleo rooms 1
name building in which Boll Tole
phone Co. has Us ofllce, on Main S
Gan rent you single ofllce or suit c
rooms. Seo me at once if intorostee
Very desirable location. W. ft
Brown. Walhalla. S. C.-adv.-tf.
Rt. Hov. Klrkman G. PlnhVy, th
new Bishop of tho Upper Diocese e
the Protestant Episcopal church e
South Carolina, delivered a splondi
sermon to a largo congregation las
Sunday night at the Walhalla Kph
copal church. At the close of the sei
vico George Ansel and Merrick Sloai
two young boys of the Sunday schoo
woro confirmed and been ni o commi
nlcants of the church. Little Alln
Murial Power, infant daughter c
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Power, was bal
Hzed by tho Bishop, hilving tho dh
Unction of being tho ililli infant t
bo baptized into this church by Rc
Mr. Finley since he tonk ovon til
active oversight of the K?dsoopt
churches ?n Upper South Carolin)
Tho Bishop is well known ?ind niue,
boloved by a large circle of Wa
halla 'people, and those of tho sn
rounding communities, and tho ai
nouncenrenl of his coming hero
always received with pleasure by ot
people, many of whom know hil
when he supplied this church as re
tor. poy, w. A. Taylor, of Ando
Bon, (he present rector of St. John
church, asslstod Bishop vinloy i
the service.
-AU members ot Pleasant Ridge
church are urged to be present at
conference at the church on Satur
day next at 3.30 p. m., Nov. 4.
-To get a medium-priced range
without a fault, buy a Cole's Down
Draft range. Thoy aro made by ex
ports and sold by Ballongor Hard
ware Co., Seneca, S. C. Seo adver
tisement elsewhere.
-We will charge $3.50 per bale'
for ginning this season, furnishing
bagging and ties. We use 2 and 2ya
pound juto bagging and whole ties.
Jute bagging adds weight and makes
a neat bale. Westminster Oil and
Fertilizer Co.-adv.-35-tf.
-Citizens of Seneca are agitating
a bond Issuo for tho purpose of sup
plying funds for tho -orection of a
new school building, or an addition
to the presont building, which has
provon inadequate to tako caro of tho
660 pupils enrolled. The amount
suggested foi-tho bond lssuo ls $75,
000. The hopo is that tho construc
tion ^work may bo comploted during
the present winter, according to dis
patches in 'ho daily papers.
. -Engineers aro to begin survey
ing, laying grades and making accu
rato measurements In Westminster,
for the purpose of giving accurate
information preparatory to that town
taking stops tp issue bonds for tho
purpose of installing a water and
sewerage system. Rough estimates
place tho probable amount of bond
lssuo necessary at $1?"0,000. It is
probablo that an election oh "Hbo
question of Issuing bonds will be
held some timo in January next.
-?-Amo'ng tho winners of premiums
at tho South Carolina Stato Fair this
yqar were Dan E. Good, of Walhalla,
and Sam J. Isbell, also of Walhalla,
who are the foremost orchardists of
this section. Mr. Good was awarded
tho following premiums on his ap
ples: First, on Bon Davis, first and
socorid on Yates, first and second on
Shockley, 'Urst and second on Ar
kansas Blacks, first on Stayman, and
first on a commercial exhibit of live
boxes of Ben Davis. .Mr. Isbell re
ceived the following- awards: First
on Delicious, one box, and first and
second on Delicious, one plate. This
was Mr. [shell's, first exhibit at the
Stato' Fair, ho having entered Hie
orchard business later than Mr.
Good, who has for several years lcd
tho Stato in premiums on his apple
exhibits. These two young orchard
ists bid fair to make "a. reputation
j for themselves that will bo known
far and near within tho very near
future. We have never serm finer
fruit than that which is now produc
ed on their orchards.
-Ono of the most unique piecps
of work which it has been our plaes
uro to sec is a quilt which John W.
Reynolds, rural carrier for Maddon
R. F. D. No. 1, brought to The
Courier oillco on Monday last. The
quilt was made by tho pupils of the
! Tugnloo Academy, and luis worked
I on the different colored squares that
.go to make up the whole quilt the
names of all those who contributed
ten cents toward the expense o? tho
quilt. For as many moro dillies as
one' wished to givo, a numbered
] ticket was issued, and at tho draw
ling Mr. .Reynolds was the fortunato
? winner of this unusual and unique
1 pieco of handiwork. In tho center of
; tho quilt, on a largo yellow square,
is embroidered the letters, "R..S. I,
A." and the words, "Tugaloo Acad
emy, 1922," together with tho lia m o
of the prim ipal of the school, S. L.
Powell, and the assistant teachers,
Misses Minnie Lee Sorrell and Mit
ered McWhorter: Mr. Reynolds will
have the quilt on exhibition at tho
County Fair at Westminster to-dny
I and to-morrow, and it should provo
?of much interest to visitors to thu
j fair. There are over 4 00 names em
broidered on the quilt, and it netted
I tho makers the sum of $.54.14.
-^iiss Lucy Mau Bottoms, "of Wal
halla, died in a hospital in Green
ville on Saturday last, Oct. 28, she
having been taken to the hospital in
the hopo of relieving serious com
plications that had arisen from an
illness of long standing. Miss Bot
toms was horn in Oconeo county on
Nov. 17th, 18S7, and was a daughter
of the lato William S. and. Ida Bot
toms. Tho body was brought to Wal
halla on tho 20th, and from hero'was
taken to tho Bethlehem Baptist
church on thq 3 0th, in tho cemetery
of which church tho interment was
made, after appropriate funeral ser
vices conducted by Rev. L. M. Lyda,
of Walhalla. Tho remains wore laid
to rest by tho side of tho mirents of
the deceased and a brother, all of
whom had preceded her to the grave
several years. Miss Bottoms had
been In poor health since childhood.
In all her sufferings she was resigned
to God's will, bearing lier aflllction
with patience, She found great plea
sure and comfort In the reading of
God's Word during tho latter years
of her life, and had become a con
secrated and devout Christian. She
was ever grateful to her friedn-? and
loved ones for 'tho littlo kindnesses
sind attentions bestowed upon her 111
her suffering. She leaves to mourn
her death tho following relatives:
Mrs. [Od. Sullivan. Mrs. Gus Sulli
van and Mrs. Lottio Rochester, who
aro aunts of the deceased, and one
uncle, Enos A. Bottonis, of Moscow,
Kansas. The bereaved ones have tho
sympathy of many In their sorrow.
(Other Local Items on 4th Pago.)
. ?>>>> iiimwH.titnii i
STOMACH MISERY,
GAS, INDIGESTION
"Pape's Diapepsin" Corrects
Sour, Upset Stomachs
at Once
'Tape's Diapepsln" ls tho quickost,
surest relief for indigestion, gasos",
flatulence, heartburn, sounuss, fer
mentation or stomach distress-caus
ed by acidity. A.row tnblots givo al
most immedlato stomach rollof. Cor
rect your stomach and dlgostion iiow^
for a fow cents. Druggists sell mil
lions of packages.-adv.
THE NIGHT RROWLER Isn't looking for tho mon whoso
moiioy ls in a bank balance, an<l who has nothing but "chicken
foed" in lils pockets.
YOU NEVER REAR1) of a mai? hoing stopped on tho street
and compelled by a hold-up bandit to sign a check.
THE MAN WHO? "CARRIES A ROLL," either to Hash, or bfl
causo ho "doesn't bellovo in banks," is tho man tho hold-up is
looking for.
"RETTER HE SAFE THAN SORRY."
The Enterprise Bank,
Walhalla, S. C.
1
1888
-=EEEEEE~EE~-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 the 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 Quality Mark on every Stepson Hats.
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. C.
OF ALL KINDS
We have just succcedep in getting shipment. of
carload of
Metal Roofing
which we expect to arrive this week. The price
will be as follows:
Corrugated, 5 to 10 ft. lengths* $5.00 Square.
3-V Crimp, 5 to 10 ft. lengths, $5,25 no Sticks.
5-V Crim, 5 to 10 ft. lengths, $5.50 no Sticks.
We have also just received a big shipment of
Rufofoef Roofing
at prices from $1,50 to $3.00 per square.
We also have a limited stock of Metal Galvanized
Shingles at $7.00 per square.
Call on us for your Roofing, Sash and Door and
Building Requirements. .
Ballenger Hardware Co.
Seneca, S. C.
Rurloy-^authon Marriage.
Andorson, Oct. 29.-Miss Maggie
Rao Hurley and Coko Smith Cauthon
woro mnrrlod Tliursday aftornoon at
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. James R.
Itlchnrdson, in North Anderson. Dr.
h, I?. McOeo, pastor of St. John's
Mothodlst church, performed tho .cer
emony. Tho brido ls a sister of Mrs.
Richardson and has boon making hor
homo with her for sevoral years. Sho
woro a most becoming gown of lizard
cropn and wrap to match. Mr. Cau
thon is tho proprietor of tho , Pal
motto Hotel of Seneca, and after a
woddlng trip the young couplo will
bo at homo at that hotel.
Card of Thanks.
Editor Koowee Courier:
Please allow us space In your col
umns to thank our rolallvos and our
friends for their kindness and help
during tho illnoss and nt tho (loath
of our little daughter nttd slstor, Lois
Alma. May Ood's richest blessings
rest upon oach and uvory ono of
thom.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Rochester
v and Family.
Walhalla, 8. C., Rt. 3.-adv.
Tho first aorlal llghthouso in this
country was rocently opened at tho
American Airway's seaplane naso,
Collogo Point, L. I.

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