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the finest
Shipped
the makers. Satisf;
The best of everyt
? THE PEOPLE'S 1
AVA Ll IA LI//
ONE CENT A WORD
(Small advertisements under
this heading Inserted at rate of
one cent a word per Insertion.
Four Insertions for price of
th reo.)
(NOTICE.-No advertisement nc
ccpted for this column for l -ss than
I? cents, one insertion.)
SEMI) OATS FOU 8ALE
ii'igs 100 to I, Apply to T. B.
I,OK, Walhalla. S. C.
WANTF.I)-Corn.-Will pay ? 1.00
per bushel. WEST UNION FLOUR
MILL, West Union. S C 11-17*
FOR RF NT-Nico Rooms. Apply
to MISS GEORGIE VAN Di VI ER 13,
Walhalla, 3. O. 43-46
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C._26-tf
FOUND-.Pocketbook. Owner can
bavo same by describing contents and
purse and paying for this notice. Ap
ply G FA). M ANSEL, Walhalla, S.C.*
POR SALE.- Sovoral Mules and
Horses. Prices right. Would trade
for cattle. W. J. SCHRODER, Wal
halla, S. C._iiiLf__
\V A N T E l> - Turkeys and Boof
Hides. Best prices paid. See mo.
BROWNLOW OELKERS, Walhalla,
S. C._15?
STOVES FOR SALE-One Cook
ing Stove and one Wood Stove: both
in good condition. MRS. G. E.
RHODES, X. Broad St.Walhalla.
I,OST-Tan Dog willi black back.
Answers to name of "Rowdy." Find
er communicate with J. W. SMITH,
Walhalla, S. C., and get reward. 47
W A R X I X (J !-No Hunting, no
Trespassing on Lands of thc under
signed. J. E. BARRETT, Westmin
ster S. C., Ut. 5 1 1-45?
FOR RE XT-Six-Room Residence,
Faculty lilli, croner Ervin and Col
lege Streets. For particulars seo W.
C. IHCIIS. 43-40
FOR SALE--Small Farm. 2 7, acres
\\U miles from Court. House; good
house; good outbuildings. Inquire at
COURIER OFFICE. 43-40
NOTICE.-Tho Kcoweo Courier is
In position to handle subscriptions
to all tho leading periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business.
WANTED-By an Experienced
Young Man - Position as Clerk in A
st re. Will cousidor anything rea
sonable. Good reforonco. Address
"G.," Lox ;:s7. Walhalla. S. C. LS ?
FOR SALE OR RENT-Ton-room
Residence, suitable for boarding
house. Corner Tugaloo and Mauldln
Streets. For particulars apply to
C. K. 11 KT lt ICE, Walhalla,.?. C. tf
WA XT El) - Dogwood - Wo pay
$ 10.00 per cord for Dogwood at
Westminster. CAROLINA HARD
WOOD CO. See J. S. Price for speci
fications etc. 44-47* - tf
TWO-HORSE CROP FOR RE XT.
Renter to furnish stock. For sale,
cheap, or will trade, one Horse and
pair Mules, li. L. COE, Richland, S.
C. 13-10 *
FI XE FARM FOR SALE-On Na
tional Highway from Seneca to Wal
halla, S. C. See W. R. LYNCH for a
bargain. Address Soneca, s. c., itt.
No. I. 42-45
Il I DES PP! f- Express Hides Jo
ATHENS HIDE CO., Athens, Ca.
Highest wholesale prices. La probes,
overcoats and leather tanned from
jon r h aies. 11- 1 6 !
MONEY TO LOAX On improved
farm lands in Deonne county. Loans
to run for live sears at ti per cont.
X. L. FAXT, Insurance Agent, Wal
halla, s. c. 3S-tf
FOR SALE-one Electric Pump
ing Outfit; consists of Electric Motor
and steel tower and Tank. For par
ticulars apply lo J. L. MARETT, Sen
eca, S. C. 11-17
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldln Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES OX THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . 0.:t0 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Rev. Timothy J, McGrath, Rector,
st. Joseph's Church,
East Earle and North McDuilio Sis.,
Anderson, S. C.
.J. ?J. ?J. ?J. ?J. .J? ,]. .?, ,J. ,t, .J,?,J, ,J, ,t, .J, .?, .?,
.ft LOCAL AND PERSONAL, ?J.
- To cook perfectly and with tho
greatest economy of fuel and labor,
get a Cole's Down-Draft range. Sold
by Bailengor Hardware Co., Seneca,
8. C. See nd. elsewhere.
nts for thc sale of
candies in the land,
direct to us from
iction guaranteed.
;hing at
PHARMACY,
k, s. c.
-
-Plenty of. 16 por cent acid for
all now; $16.25. W. M. Brown, Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.-13-tf.
-Mr. and Mrs. John J. Reeder, of
Midway, spent tho past weok-ond in
Atlanta with rolativos.
-Mrs. L. T. Simmons left Monday
i for Columbia, where she will spend
j some limo with ber daughter, Mrs.
I Watson, and family.
-The Ladies' Aid Society of tho
Tm theran church will- moot Wednes
day, Xov. 16th, at 3.30 p. m.. with
Mrs. Wade C. Hughs.
-Plash ma n's yeast, frosh every
Monday, Wednesady and Friday, at
Moody's Grocery Store.-adv.
-L. V. Harden and Miss Lillian
McKee were united in marriage on
Saturday evening last at 7 o'clock at
tho parsonage in Wost Union. Rev.
D. A. Jeffcoat performed thc cere
mony. Tho young couple have tho
best wishes of a host of friends.
-The distribution of free govern
ment seed, vegetable and garden,will
begin in a short while. The supply is
limited, and any one wishing these
seed will do well to send their names
and addresses to Senator X. B. Dial,
Room 326, Senate Olllce Building,
Washington, D. C.
- Wanted-Ono or two more pas
sengers for auto trip to Florida, to
leave Walhalla Nov. 12th. Fare, $25.
Geo. L. Wilson.-adv.
-Thc ditching machine is again
in operation, another section of Wal
halla to be given advantage of the
sewerage system. Citizens of the
West Fud, where the system did riot
extend, have petitioned for the sew
erage system extension, and this has
been granted. Tho work will be com
pleted as quickly as possible.
-Lawrence R. VimDiviero, of Sa
vannah, Ga., ls spending a short time
in Walhalla and West Union with
Mrs. VanDiviere, who has been here
for somo time. They are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. McCurry Neville in West
Union and ?Miss Georgia VanDiviere
in Walhalla. Mr. VanDiviere has nu
merous friends here who are glad to
meet him again.
-Afler this week tho Walhalla
Ginnery will bo in operation Thurs
days, Fridays and Saturdays until-'
further notice. W. F. Milam, Mana
ger.- adv.
-Wo are requested to announce
that on the second Sunday night, the
I 2th of November, thero will he, at
Mountain View Wesleyan Methodist
church, near Salem, a P..Y.P.C. rally.
An Interesting and instructive pro
gram will be carried out and some
extra lino music will he rendered.
Tho exercises will begin at 7 o'clock.
The public is cordially invited to bc
present.
-Evangelist H. A. forester and
wife, of Tuscaloosa, Ala., are con
ducting a revival meeting at the
Wesleyan Methodist church lu Wal
halla, The meeting will continue un
til the middle of November. Preach
ing each night at 7.15 o'clock and
three times on Sunday. A special
feature of the meeting will be Ibo
solos and special songs hy Mrs. For
ester each night. Tin* public is most
cordially invited lo attend.
--Now goods received by this mor
[ning's express, too lalo to include
inention in our regular ad.: 1.". doz.
men's soft Triangle collars, with tho
patonted collar hook. This lot is a
sample assortment of silks, poplins,
ots. Regular 00c. collars, specially
priced for our Anniversary Sale for
onlj 25c. People's Dcpatmcnt Store,
Main St., Walhalla.- adv.
Accumulations of trash in tho
town of Walhalla should be gathered
up and1 placed iii some receptacle* for
tho convenience of tho driver of thc
trash wagon, which will ho in opera
tion during tho latter part of this
week unless the weather is too bad
> permit this work. Don't put out
any trash thai can he conveniently
and safely burned up on your prom
ises. This is the best way to dispose
of paiter boxos, old scraps of paper
or other such Bluff as can be con
veniently bu rn<;d up.
--Candlesticks, electric lamps,
leather goods, toilet articles, sta
tionery, jewelry, silver, baskets, How
ers, dolls, toys, fountain pens and
lifeworks. The host goods for the
best price at Bell's Drug Store, Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.-tf.
- We all have our troubles, but
The Courier seldom complains as to
Rs share of them. This week the
electric current supplied tho town of
Walhalla has been so low in voltago
that, though we have switched on
a two-horse motor lo pull a one-third
! horse-power load. WO 'nave been al
most knocked out of gelling out our
issue this week. We finally wont
hack to the old stand-by. our gaso
line! engine, and with Its aid were
aldo to get up a small quantity of
type. We think we'll ?dick to "Old
.lack" now for the present until tho
power furnished ls sufficient to op
erate a one-third h. p. machine with
two-horse pov/er motor.
--Plenty of 16 per cont acid for
all now; il 6.2.".. W. M. Brown, Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.- 13-tf.
V
-Baylis W. Harrison, of Green
ville, spent a day or two in Walhalla
on business last week. \
-Mrs. Lv R. VanDiviere andvMrs.
McCurry Neville spout several days
in Atlanta last wook. . "
-After this week the?;Walhalla
Ginnery will be In operation Thursv'
days, Fridays, and Saturdays unffl
further notlco. W. F. Mllam, Mana
ger.-adv. *,
-Mrs. Harry Norman abd little
daughter roturned home Fi'iday last,
after spending sovoral weeks with
Mrs. Norman's parents ip Hartwell,
Ga.
-Sam J. Isbell, of Walhalla, was
ono of the exhibitors at tho noonoo
County Fair at Westminster last
wook, where he was awarded blue
ribbons on his Uno apples.
-Just received, a shipment of tho
woll known High Point buggies. Call
and get ono. (If you ride, lido
right.) W. M. Brown, Walhalla, S.
C.-adv.-38-tf.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. A*Collins, for
mer citizens of Walhalla, but who
for some time past, have boen resid
ing at Toccoa, Ga., havo moved to
Gainesville, Ga., where they will re
side for tho present.
-Claude McMahair returned last
week from Montana, woro bo had
boen for the past two months look
ing after land interests. After spend
ng a fe\v days in Walhalla at tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Alex
ander be, with his wife and little son,
left for their homo In tho Fairview
section.
-A pretty assortment of dress
ginghanms, fast colors, a real 30c.
value, for only 20c. We have a very
largo selection of patterns. Trade
at home. Why trade elsewhere? Tho
Feople.s Department Store, Main St.,
Walhalla. "Better goods for less."
adv.
- We are requested to give notlco
to all B.Y.P.C. delegates and mem
bers that the West Union church and
B.Y.P.U. have takon the authority to
make a change in the order of serv
ing dinner nt the convention on Sat
urday. They will be prepared to
serve dinner to all delegates and vis
iting members.
-Miss May Powell and Jas. Ste
phens, both of Seneca, were united
in marriage on Nov. Btu at 5.30 p.
m. at the homo ui* kev. L. M. Lyda,
of Walhalla. Tho young couple have
a host of friends to wish them much
?happiness. They wyn make their
homo in Greenville, where Mr. Ste
phens is employed.
- Wo Invite you to our store to
attend the Christmas opening, begin
ning Nov. 15th. Wo liave the most
beautiful line of gifts and Christmas
goods oil display in Walhalla, and
tho prices are . right. Bell's Drug
Store.-adv.-tf.
-Last Saturday, Nov. 4, the Sun
shine Band of tho Presbyterian Sun
day school held its regular meeting
with Miss Claro Sloan. The topic
was "Brazil." Several selections
vero read, among them a* very in
teresting letter from a missionary.
After singing some songs,the band
adjourned. Tho next meeting will
be held on Saturday, Doc. 2d, with
Miss Sara Macaulay. ,
- For every one-dollar you speiM
with us you get a chance at the beau
tiful genuine Madame Hendren Talk
ing Doll, which is to be given away
by us to the one holding llio lucky
'number on Christmas morning. At
Bell's Drug Store, Walhalla.-adv.-tf
- Sam H. Orr, of Walhalla, is loud
in his praise of tho noonee Fair nt
Westminster last week. Ile had on
exhibition two S-months-old pigs and
four 2-months old pigs of tho Duroc
Jersey breed. On the two pigs he
was awarded tho blue ribbon and on
tho four ho received tuc red ribbon.
There ls no good reason why this
and oui> neighboring communities to
tho north and west of us should not
havo boor properly represented at
the fair.
-Do yon know that many people
who formerly left Walhalla to buy
shoos are now getting lilted at The
People's Department Store? - "The
Homo of Walkover Shoes."---adv.
- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Perrin, of
Anderson, spent a few days in Wal
halla, this and last week nt. the homo
of Mrs. Perrin's mother, Mrs. Hettie
Macaulay. .Mr. and Mrs. Berrin havo
been making their home in Orange
burg, where Mr. Perrin was engaged
In road work for the government. Ho
has boon transferred io Anderson,
however, for tho present, and they
will mako their homo in that city.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Perrin havo nu
onorOUS friends here who will bo glad
to learn that they will again rosido
in this pai't of Ibo State.
-Wo will charge $3.50 per halo
for ginning this season, furnishing
bagging and ties. Wo uso 2 and 2\'?
pouud ju to bagging and whole Mo*.
Jute bagging .adds weight and makes
a neat hale. Westminster Oil anil
Fertilizer Co.-adv.-35-tf.
-r-M?ss Clara Verner, ot S?neca?
waa the guest last week of ?lr. and
Mrs. J. A. Steck. . .
-Quite a number of Walhalla peo
ple were In Greenville last week at
tending the Textile Exposition, the
circus and tho football game.
-?Aluminum Waro Sale. - The
greatest sale of gonulne aluminum
\vare ever held in Oconee county will
be. hold in/Walhalla n?xt week. Bo
sure and watch noxl week's paper for
lnfdrmatloiv.--adv.
-The Mayne Circle will meet with
Mrs. Jas. Darby on Nov. 21 Instead
of Nov. 17th, as programmed. Mem
bers' of the circle dre urged to take
note of the chango. N
-Tho Ladies* Aid Society of the
Walhalla Baptist church . will meei
with Mrs. H. W. Grubbs on Friday
morning, Nov. 10th, at 9 o'clock.
All tho member's are urged to be
present, and to attend prepared to
sow and quilt. - '
-Now is tho timo to buy buy, your
Oliver plows. Get r?ady for the fall
season. Buy the Gonulne Oliver. W.
M. Brown, Walhalla, S. C.'-adv.-tf.
-J. F. Rogers, of Walhalla Route
2, brought to our oillce Monday three
splondld specimens of the Abordcen
turnip, which he" raised on his plnco.
Mr. Rogers says that theso turnips
came to full growth during ^tho dry
season, and, while ho has a largo
crop, all full size, he thinks they
would have dono much better had
thoro boon some rain during tho time
thoy were maturing, lie has elovon
rows of those turnip!) in hts garden
and expects, to realllze a ncnt little
sum from their sale. They aro extra
flue, not cumbersomely lurgo.
. -Mrs. W. F. DuPre and children,
who have beet? on an extended visit
to Mrs. DuPre's mother and brother,
Mrs. S. F. Jonas and Ceo. L. Jones,
and other relatives, left last Friday
for their future homo in Washing
ton, D. C. Mr. DuPro accompanied
his wife to Walhalla, they having
driven through in their car. After a
short visit here he left for Washing
ton to take up his duties as valuation
engineer for tho government. Fred
Lumpkin, of Seneca, a nephew of
Mrs. Du Pre, accompanied her to her
new homo In Washington. They wont
through thc country, driving their
touring car.
-To dient-Nico offlco rooms tn
samo building In which Bell Tele
phono Co. has its' outee, on Main* St.
Can rent you single ofllce ov.suit of
rooms. Seo mo al once if interested.
Very desirablo location. W. M.
Brown. Walhalla. .S. C.-adv.-tf.
-A very Interesting recent occa
sion was that of a birtday dinner in
the .Mountain Rest section, when two
brothers-I. S. Callas, of .Mountain
Rest, and N. S. Callas, of Seneca
celebrated tholr ?3d birthday anni
versary together and with a number
of their friends. The celebration oc
curred on tho 29th of October, and
was greatly enjoyed by both "the
boys" as well as those friends and
relatives gathered about them. J. S.
Callas has never resided without thc
bounds of Occ/nee county, and has
moved but .four times, one of these
being when he married and loft his
father's home to make a home for
himself and his wife. Wo wish for
theso brothers many more happy cel
ebrations together.
-On last Tuesday evening. Oct.
31st, tho West Union B Y.P.U. en
tertained- quite a number of young
peoplo at a HfPUowo'en party given
at the home of A. P. Smith. The par
lor and reception hall were bo'autN
fully decorated in autumn leaves and
witches, cats and lanterns. One of
tho most interesting features of tho
occasion was the way ln-\vhlch tho
gvicsts ...ero ushered into the recep
tion room by the ghostly figures at
the door. After the cal contest, in
which tho girls won, the lights wore
turned out and ghost, stories were
told. Russian ton and sandwiches
were served near the close of this
long-to-be . remembered evening.
-Wo will chargo $3.60 per halo
for ginning this season, furnishing
bagging and ties. We use 2 to 2 im
pound Jute hagging and whole tics.
Jute bagging adds weight and makes
a neat bale. Schaeffer Clin Co., West
minster, S. C.-adv.-35.-tf.
- Miss Miriam Davis was the de
lightful young hostess at a Hallow
e'en lawn party on Saturday morn
ing. Oct. 2Sth, from 9.30 to.ll.30
o'clock, at the homo of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis, in Mid
way. Tho party was in tho nature of
a farewell party, honoring Misses
Carolyn and Kathryn Iletr.ick, who
have loft Walhalla to make* their!
homo in Princeton, W. Va. About
twenty-five young people enjoyed the
hospitality of tho young hostess. Va
rious games wore played and a real
good time was enjoyed by all present.
Refreshments, consisting of fruit,
peanuts, popcorn, candy and punch,
wine served by tho young hostess and
her mother and sister, Mrs. Davis
and Mrs. Loyd Brown.
MWg*g*g**g*gfg*g>W
Only the
Best for me!"
d?clarez the woman
who takes pride in
the hind of food she
sets before her family?
She knows it doesn't pay
to waste her good efforts
it?id ?her good flour, eggs
aod ot?er ixviterials by
utting anything but
ROYAL-the best fak
ing powder made.
It Contains No Alum
i
Leaves No Bitter Taste
Wm???tW????B?kW??
THIS IS A WARNING sign nt crossings of highways mid rail
ronds. .
ALL THROUGH M FE these signs oro posted, and you can
not fail to soo tir?m if you but stoj>, look and listen. Whon ad
versity hitts you it is too lute.
PUT YOIJH SURPLUS CASH IN OUR BANK-?dd to it as
you cnn; establish your credit and a reputation for honest deal
ing nnd meeting your bills ns they como duo. Conduct your af
fairs in a business-like manner-Hint is tho way to heed tho
warnings. .
The Enterprise Bank,
Walhalla, &\ C.
1888
. 1922
THE NEW
STETSONS
ARE H?RE.
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 St.et.son Hats.
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. C.
OF ALL KINDS
We have just succeedep in getting shipment of
carload of
^ Metal Roofing
which we expect to arrive this week. Thc 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
Rubber 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.
NOTICIO OF FORFEITURE.
Greenville, S. C., Oillco of tho Fed
eral. Prohibition Director, October
21, 1922.-Tho following described
property: (ruo Blent' Touring Par,
Motor NO. 550078, 1021 .Model, S. C.
License No. B-12511- having boen
seized by Qenernl Prohibition Agont
I Jake Qosnoll from John Pitts ot al.,
near Long Crook, S. C., on Oct. 15,
10,22, for violation of N. P. A., will
be declared forfoitod to tho United
Stales If no valid clnlm for owner
ship is (Hod with tho Federal Pho
htbltion Droctor, (Jroonville, S. 'C.,
within two weeks from tho dato of
this notlco, and sold at auction as
rotiuirod by inw.vGEO. C. ROWEN,
F?deral Prohibition Director. 44-40
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
> AND DISCHARGE.
Notlco ls hereby givon that tho un
dersigned will mako application to
V. F. Martin, Judge of Probate, for
Oco>ieo County, in tho Stato of South
Carolina, at his offlco at Walhalla
Court llouso, on Wednesday, tho
20th day of November, 1922, nt lt
o'clock In the foronoon, or as soon
thereafter as said application cnn
I bo hoard, for loavo to mako Final
Snttlomont of tho Estate of Dora
Wiebens. DoconTfrTd, and obtain Final
Discharge as Executors of tho said.
Estate. W. D. COWELL,
nnd L. II. KELLEY,
Executors of tho Estate of Dora
Wiebens, Doco.lud.
Nov. 1, li)22j . 44-47

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