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Thanksgiving V
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Prices on every arl
tills Sale, affording
Purchasers.
LADIES1 WEARING <
The most complete stocl
Ready-to-Wear in Walha!
Suits, Skifts, Waists, Cloak
wanted styles and colors* T
high, Tne prices are astoun
OUR GOODS ARE
and authoritative, too, assur
up-to-the-minute in appearanc
Hundreds of pairs
Our stocK of Shoes
ty! At prices whicl
Men's Dress Shoes A
$3I25
AND. UP.
BLACKS AND TANS-IN ADD
SHAPES.
Men's Work Shoes
$1.95
AND UP.
ASK THE MAN WHO WEARS
OUR WORK SHOES."
Boys' Dress Shoes
$2.85
AND UP.
ENGLISH AND RAISED TOE. A
VERY NEAT AND DES1R
ARLE SHOE.
TRADE AT HCJME
BE A
ITO*** M
kim \:/?ot
CADET HOSIERY
REIS SWEATERS,
SUMMONS POR RELIEE.
The Stnto of South Carolina,
County ol' Oconeo.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Tho Citizens' Bank, a Corporation
created hy and existing under'tho
Laws of tho State bf South Caro
lina, Plaintiff. '
against
W. M. Murphreo, Defendant.
(Summons for Relief.-Complaint
Not Served.)
To tho Defendant Abovo Named:
You aro hereby summoned nnd re
quired to answer tho Complaint In
this action, which was filed in tho of
fice of the Clork of Court of CommoiV
Pleas for tho said County on the 1st
.day of November, 1922, and to servo
a copy of your Answer to the said
Complaint on tito subscriber, nt his
ofllce, on tho Public Square, at Wal
halla Court House, South Carolina,
within twenty days after tho service
hereof, exclusive of tho day of such
aorvico; and If you fail to answor tho
said Complaint within tho time
aforesaid, tho Plaintiff in this action
will apply to IhQ Court for the relief
demanded in tho Complaint.
E. L. HERNDON,
R. T. JAYNES,
? .Plaintiff's Attorneys.
(Seal.) W. .1. SCHRODER,
C^ C. P.
-Nov. 22, 1022. 47-4 9
SUMMONS'POR RELIEE.
Tho Stato of Soil iii Carolina,
County of Oconeo.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Soneca Grocery Compuny, a Corpora
tion created by nnd. existing under
tlie Lnws of tho Stato of South
Carolina, j " * Plaintiff,
against . .
W. Xl. Murphroe,( Defendant.
(Summons for Relief.-Complaint
Not Sorvod.)
To tho Defendant Abovo Named:
You aro horeby summoned nnd re
quired to answer tho Complaint in
this action, willoh was flied in tho of
fice of tho Clork of Court of Common
Pious for the said County on tho 2d I
day of NovemJior, 19,22, and to sorvo
a copy of your Answor to tho said.
Complaint on tho subsorlbor, nt his
office, on tho Public Squaro, at Wal- ?
halla Court Houso, South Carolina,
within twenty dnys aftor tho sorvioo
boroof, exclusive of thc flay of such
. servier ; and if you fall to nnswor Hie
said Complaint Within tho time,
aforesaid, tho Plaintiff in this action
will apply to tho Court for tho roliof
demandod in tho Complaint.
R. T. JAYNES,
Plaintiff's Attornoy.
(Soal.) W. J; SCHRODER,
C C. P.
Nov; 22, 1922.' \ 47-49,
. ?,-. r 1 ??
J'S Departir
TER GOODS FOR L
alue-Giving Sale
y-iii! Celebration
STinth Anniversary.
JUE IN ACTVAI
tide in this store have
{ very great savings to
: i ' '., - . .
APPAREL
i of Ladies'
(a. Dresses,
s, in; all ^the
'he quality* is
dingly low,
FRESH
ing you are
:e at all times.
MEN'S/i
A wide ri
Pants, Under
Caps.
INF
A choice s
Caps, Bootees,
Combination !
Robes. All r<
I SHOES
to choose from. Al
stands second to non
ii mean money saved j
Boys' Work Shoes
$1.95
AND UP.
SHOES THAT WILL STAND THE
WEAR. Ask tho hoy who
wears our Work Sheen.
Ladies' Oxfords
$2.95
# , AND UP.
BLACKS AND TANS. Also Two
Tonos. Moro Oxfords aro. being
worn with wool lioso than
over boforo.
Girls' Dress and Sohool
Shoes
VE HY MODIOHA TE LY PRICED.
WHI
WALHALLA BOO
fe's Department
BETTE!* GOODS FOK LfclSft'
Main Street.
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
Tho Slate of South Carolina,
County of Oconee..
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
E. O. Field, Plaintiff,
against
W. M. Murphre?, Defendant.
(Summons for Relief.-Complaint
Not Served.)
To tho Defendant Above Named:
You aro hereby summoned and re
lulrcd to answer tho Complaint In
Ibis action, which was flied in the of
fice of the Clerk of Court of Common
Pleas for tho said County on tho 3d
;lay of November, 19 22, and to servo
\ copy of your Answer, to tho said
Complaint on tho subscribers, at their
offices, on tho Public Square, at Wal
halla Court House, South Carolina,
within twenty days after the service
hereof, exclusive of tho day of such
sorvlce; and if you fall to answer tho
3aid Complaint within" tho time
aforesaid, tho Plaintiff in this action
will apply to tho Court for tho relief
iemanded in tho Complaint.
Dated-Walhalla, S. C., November
3, A. D. 1922.
E. .li. II ERNDON,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
(Seal.) W. J. SCHRODER,
C C. P
Nov. 22, 1922.' 47-49
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
Tho State of South Carolina,
County of Ocpneo.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
-G. J. Hunter, Plaintiff,
against
W. M. Murphroo, Defendant.
(Summons for Relief.-Complaint
Not Served.)
To tho Defendant Above Nnmod:
You aro horoby summond and re
inlred ti) answer tho Complaint in
his action, which was fllod in tho of
Ico o? tho Clerk of Court of Common
Meas For tho said County on tho 2d
lay of November, 1922, and to serve
? copy of your Answor to tho said
Complaint on ab subscriber, at his
)fnco, on tho Public Square, at Wal
lalla Court House, Sduth Carolina,
vltbin twonty days after tho sorvl?.o
loreof, oxclualvo of tho day of auch
lorvlco; and If you fail to answor tho
?aid Complaint within tho limo
iforesald, tho Plaintiff ip thia notion
viii apply to/ho Court for tho relief
Iemanded in tho'Complaint.
Dated Walhalla, S. C., November
i, A. D. I!)IV.' -L,R. EARLE,
. . Plaintiff's Attorney
(Seal.) W. J. SCHRODER.
C. C. P.
Nov. 22, 1922. / 17-49 /
A gas well struck In California, lt
s estimated, burned 300,0??,000
cot of gas in 24 hours.
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1922
tent Store
-A Festival of
of Our
? been reduced for
all TtianKsgiving
md BOYS' NEEDS.
inge of Suits, Overcoats,
wear, Hosiery, Hats and
ANTS" WEAR
election of Knitted Goods,
t Mittens, Sacques, Shoes,
Suits, Underwear, Sleepir?g
?asonably priced.
SHOES
1 reliable maK.es.
e in Ocotiee Con li
fo r you!
I
LADIES' SHOES
HAMILTON - BROWN, "AMERICAN
GIRL" SHOES
EMBODYING THE IRATEST IN
STYJLE AND WORKMANSHIP,
/
$3.45
AND UP.
Ladies' Every Day Shoe?
$1.95
AND Ul?.
OUR WORK SHOES ARE MADE
TO STAND ROUGH WEAH- >
AND THEY WILIJ
DO IT, TOO.
( TRADE ELSEWHERE?
STER
WALK-OVER ?>H?L??
MILLS VIRGIN WOOL CLOTHING
WATSON'S WILL AND LEGACIES
Causing Nomo Trouble--Mrs. Watson
to Contest Certain Bequests.
A dispatch from Thomson, Ga.,
sayB:
Probation of the will of tho lato
Senator Thomas E. Watson was post
poned again Monday morning by Or
dinary Locky when counsel asked for
a continuance.
Tho reason for tho continuance
was not given, but itis understood to
bo due to?tbo absence of Mrs. Alico
Louise Lytle, managing editor of tho
Columbia Sentinel-, tho late Senator's
publication, and ono of tho benofi
cinries under tho will, who is now ill
in a hospital in Augusta.
.?''According to .rumors carront in
Thomson, it ls said that Mrs. Lytle
has filed papers with tho ordinary
formally surrendering her legacies
under tho will, with the exception of
a 100-acro farm, lt has boen gener
ally understood, though it never has
boen confirmed officially, that under
the terms of the will Mrs. "Lytle was
to get $30 a week from tho estate so
long ns sho lived or remained singlo,
and a cottage,.in Thomson and two
farms.
It is also rumored that Mrs. Wat
son will contest tho 30-a-week be
quost to Mrs. Julia Cliatt; only sister
of tho late Senator, on the ground
that there is llttlo cash available and
sho will be unable to meet tho pay
ments. It is said that she is willing
that Mrs. Cliatt havo real estate in
llou of the weekly bequest.
JACK FROST IS LATE THIS YEA ft.
Very Mild Winter is Forecast-Rain
fall About Onc-Ilnlf Normal.
(Greenville News, Nov. 17.)
Old Jack Frost is lying pretty low
this year. Tho fact ls, ho Is lying tho
lowest since 1917. Not only are tho
peoplo of Greenville and vicinity en
joying tho warmest winter since tho
year 19.17, but thoro is no frosty in
Bight, according to Director March
ant, of tho locnl Station of tho United
States weather bureau.
And this warmth of tho unusually
brisk October and Novomber is not
tho only unusual foaturo. Tho rain
fall this yonr is by fnr tho lightest
for those two months than during
Octobor and November for tho last
flvo .years
To (tato there, has fallen during
August, Septombor, Octobor and No
vember 6.4 4 inch os, against an aver
ago for those months of 12.95 inches.
During Novomhor, 192 2, tho temper
ature hns averaged 60 degrees, this
hoing against tho usual average of 50
degrees. '
-According to the weather records
tho first killing frost IB duo on or near
the 8th of Novoinber, and during the
ix
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NEWS NOTES FROM CONEROSS. ?
Porsonai Matters and ?eottngs, to bo '
Held ut tho Church.
Co'neross, Nov. 21.-Special: Mrs.
Mary Murphy, of near Westminster,
was a guest of her daughter, Mrs. W.
P. Haynes, for a short while recent
ly.
Mlsd Oodyo 'Aloxandor spout, last
week with Mrs. B. D. Brenzoale, of
Wo8tmlnsto.r .
Mrs. E. Steward, of near hore, who
has been sufforliig with hor oyoB, has
returned from Greenville, where she
has boen" under treatment of a night
specialist..-,Sho underwent-, an opera
tion and is much improved. Her
mother, Mrs. L. C. Collins, of Salem,
who has been here'during her ab
sence, is .still with-her,',
P. K. Barkel* t left recontly for
Greenville, whore*he has accepted a
position with the Gulf Refining CO.
Misses Janie and Codyo Alexan
der and Walter Duckworth attended
a singing in Pickons county Sunday
and visited Misses Ethel and Elva
Steward. -
Miss Allie Turpin, of Toccoa, Ga.,
is visiting relatives in this communi
ty this week.
Mr.' and Mrs. Dave Graham and
five chldren, of Royston, Ga., spout
Saturday and Sunday with Henry.
Logins and wife.
The m?mbersi of Conoross church
should remombor that there will bo
preaching here Saturday at ll a. m.
Instead of 4 p. m., and Saturday ser
vices will be held lb tho morning for
the halance of this and next year,
and our preaching services will still
continue to be held on the fourth
Sunday, as our pastor, Roy. L. H.
Raines, has accepted the call here
for another year.
Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Armstrong, of1
Richland, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Gillison, of tho Bounty Land section,
were week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. V. Dllworth. Mrs. Hunslri
ger, of Long Crook,?is still with Mrs.
Dilworth.
Mr.._and Mrs. Jesse King were re
cent spond-tho-day guests of the lof
ter's sister, Mrs. Grover Hubbard, of
near Richland.
Miss Hettie Derrick entertained a
few of her friends sevoral hours on
Friday evening.' They- were ?served
delicious cake, which had been re
ceived from Miss Derrick's ..mother
in 'Greenvlllo as a reombrance of her
birthday<
Everybody is invited to attend the
box supper at Blue Ridge on Wednes
day evening before Thanksgiving.
The exercises will begin.at 7.30.
Mr. and Mr.s. Frank Montgomery,
of Walhalla, wore among relatives
hero' tho past week-end. They were
accompanied by Mr. Montgomery's
brother, Carl Montgomery, of Wal
halla also.
The W.M.S. held -on intorsting
mission study class on Sunday after
noon. They have changed their dato
anQ hour for their regular meetings
to Saturday before the third Sunday
In each month. All of the ladies are
urged to attend the meetings^
Mrs. Jessie Abbott was a spond-the
day guest of her mother and father,
Mr, and Mt? J. D. jillian' eft Return,
rec eh tty ,
Kv.njk sadden and Toni Lomon;-.,
oT Westminster, gaye interesting and
Ihslrvi'c'ifve ityiks in behalf of the 75
million campaign al Oon?rbss Sun
day at li a.' m.
Miss Elsie Frotwell, who is teach
ing at Earle's Grove, spent Friday
and until Sunday with homofolks In
this community. Sho is attending
the teacher ti sining school al Wal
halla.
A. N. Prichard and Harris Duncan
and Misses Jessie Barker, Nora Gil
Blrap and Hettie Derrick, of this
place, aro also taking tho course.
Mr. and Mrs. W.- F. Harbort, of
Walhalla, wore recont visitors of J.
W. Aloxandor, of this section.
Mrs. L. A. Clland and son, L. A.,
Jr., pf Westminster, spent ono day
recently with Mr an.d Mrs. Henry
HOBSO.
Box Supper, auiii, nt Fall Branch.
There will be a box suppor at Fall
Branch school house on tho 20th of
November, ' beginning at 7.30 p. m.
We will also have a Thanksgiving
program, as follows:
Wolcome-Ruth Jones.
"Origin of Thanksgiving"-Bessie
Fendley. v
"Landing of tho Pilgrim Fnthors"
-J. S. Cantrell.
Song-"Can a Little Child?"
^'Thanksgiving"-Dora Holcombe.
Dialogue-"A Perfect Feast"--By
3ix boys and ono girl.
"Giving Thanks"-John. Fondloy.
Dialogue-"Being Thankful"-By
Josie Fendley and Joanetto Wilbanks
Tho public is most cordially invited
lo attend. (Miss) Cecil Copeland,
Principal.
(Miss) Dolla Porry, Assistant.
Rainfall and Temperature.
Below is a record of meteorological
observations taken by IL W. Brandt,
co-operative observer of tho Weather
Bureau of the U. S. Department of
Agriculture, during tho week ending
November 10, 1922, at 7 p. m. (The
instrumental readings are from gov
srnment standard Instruments ex
posed in the manner recommended
by tho chief of the Weather Bureau) :
Character of
Day.
Dale
MOY. ?3-Clear. 741
Vov. Li-Clear. 70!
NOVrlS-Cloudy .. .10 60
\Tov. 1?-Clear . 64
Nov. 17-Clear ... 60
Mov. IS -Cloudy.' 69
STov. 19-Ptly cldy.i .IO 79
Total rainfall . . . | .20
past fivo years lt has varied its com
ing botweon 10 nnd 14. In 1917 it
jamo on Nov. ll.
In 1917 tho severest winter In
tills section in a number of years was
folt, and since that timo the winters
liavo been comparatively mild. This
/oar, howovor, lt promises to be even
nlldor than ever.
Tempera
ture.
4 5
4 1
56
32
30
3 il
54
CAPACITY a
C H Al
Storage and Insure
Liberal Cash Advaiw
Interest Rate, O Per C
New Business.
G. W, GIGNILl
???DHnBHnanni
??_??e Lad
Wc have a full line c
Every piece carries a 20-yc
backed by us?
' Our line of Alumint
complete, and we are goinj
count off on these good;
ONLY, BEGINNING N
pur Stores are head<
Ranges, Dishes, Brooms, j
Brushes and Cleaning
Johnson's Polish and Wa:
Come in, LADIES!
are here ready and anxiouj
We sell theist Wasl
ket-the Maytag, Hand, R
Whitmire-Mai
HARDWARE H
WESTMINSTER
(Tl ion o No. 30.) -
SOUTH C
THE EDITOR
' NO. 616 DOUBLE THICKNESS; NO
FOR EDITORIAL, CHECKING. SHAE
Blaisdell Pencil Co.
You cnn foo Supplied with these Fi
OPR. F?XTURES ARB'
THE FINEST MADE -
WE PURCHASE,
BUT THE
HIGHEST
WHEN YOU BUY BATH-ROOM
OR KITCHEN CONVENIENCES
FROM ME, YOU BUY MERCHAN
DISE THAT IS WARRANTED TO
PLEASE YOU IN EVERY RESPECT.
1 CONDUCT MY PLUMBING BUSI
NESS ALONG MS ATISbTER-FIRST
MONEYrAFTERWARD" PLAN.
J. F. ?ABY1E
WALHALLA. S. C.
NOTICE TO TRIOSPASSERS.
NOTICE is hereby given that any
ontry upon jny land, known as part
of tho Novillo Tract, without permis
sion, for tho purpose of hunting, fish
ing, cutting timber, making roads or
paths, or any trespass whatsoever,is
hereby forbidden undor full penalty
of tho law. Also, parties aro warned
to keep up their phickons, turkeys
and animals, or samo will bo taken
up and dealt with according to law.
'.J FURMAN MORTON.
. Nov. 15, 1922. 46-49*.
Bell's Drug Store,
?tte
"GIFT SHOP"
-for
Christmas.
45-51
?.OOO BALES
ROE S.
ince, 30c. per month.
:es, oh Stored Cotton*
ent Per Annum on all
I AT, President.
les:
if High Class Silverware?
;ar Replacement Guarantee,
im ' and Enamel Ware is
y to give 20 per cent dis
3 FOR TWO WEEKS
OVEMBER IzU
quarters for Cook Stoves,
Mops, all kinds of House
Material O-Cedar Polish,
K?
This is your store, and we
5 to serve you? .
ling Machine on the mar
dotor and Electric Power?
reit Hdw. Co.
[EAD QUA RTE RS
WALHALLA
(Phone No. ll.)
AR0L1NA
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Pencils
JAL PENCIL
. 622 "BIG BLACK" EXTRA THICK
UNG AND SCHOLASTIC PURPOSES
i - Phila. U. S. A.
no Pencils nt The Courier Ofllce.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
ANJ5 DISCHARGE.
Notice ls hereby given that the un
dersigned will njako application to
V. P. Martin, Judge of Probate, for
Oconee County, in tbe State of South
Carolina, at his ofllce at Walhalla
Court HouBe, on Wednesday, 'the
29th day of November, 1922, ?t ll
I o'clock in tho forenoon, or as soon
thereafteras said application can be
hoard, for leave to make Final Set
tlement of tho Estate of Mrs. Mary
A. Poole, Deceasod, and obtain Final
Dlschargo as Administratrix of said
[Estate. DY RDI E B. RIIOLT,
I Administratrix of tho Estate of Mrs.
Mary A. Poolo, Deceased.
(The estato at that timo being un
der $2,000, Notlco to Debtors and
Creditors was posted on the Court
House door.)
Nov. 1, 1922. 44-47
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
CREDITORS.
All persons indebted to the Estate
of B. J. MOODY, . Docoasod, 1 are
hereby not i fled to make payment
to tho undersigned, and all persons
having claims against said Estate
will present the same, duly attested,
within the time prescribed by law,
or be barred.
Mrs. R. E. MOODY,
and J. M. MOODY,
Executors of tho Estato of B. J.
Moody, Deceased.
Salem, S. C.
Nov. 22, 1922. 47-50
NOTICE OF SALE RY ADMINIS
TRATRIX.
In a'ccordanle with the order of
anio granted by tho Probato Court of
Oconee County, South Carolina, I
will sell, nt public sale, on WEDNES
DAY, Nov. 2D:til, 1922, beginning at
ton o'clock A. M., nt tho lato resl
doncd of Wilton R. Earle, Deceased,
In Oconoo County, South Carolina,
tho following property of tho Estato
of tho said Wilton R. Earlo, Dec'd.,
to-wit: Ono Adding Machino, Offlco
Furn 1 turo and Fixtures, T' ok Caso
and Rooks, and other miscellaneous
articlos. Also, Corn, Foddor nnd
Hay.
TERMS-CASH. Privilege of ro
jecting any and all bids reserved.
Mrs. J. FRANCES EARLE,
Administratrix of tho Estato of Wil
ton R. Earle, Deceased.
It. F. D. No. t, Townvllle, 8. C.
Nov. 15 1922. 4G-H.7

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