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FOR RENT OR SA LE-House and
ILot on Tugaloo street. Apply BOB
MACAULAY, Walhalla, S. C._48-tf
XOTICF. 1 will gin Nov. 30, Dec.
1 and 2. After that my gin will he
closed. C. It. OWENS. __:18_*L_
WARNING!-No hunting or tres
passing on lands of the undersigned.
J. A. BURTON, Walhalla, S. C._48?
WANTED-Wo aro in the market
to buy good, clean Teas. E. C. MAR
ETT & SON, Westminster, S. C. 40-tf
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. O. *_26-tf
FOR HE NT-One Two-horse Farm
to rent; good houso and barn. MKS.
M. E. HAMMOND, Seneca, S. C., Rt. I
FOR SALE - Baby Carriage, al
most new. For information apply at 1
COURIER OFFICE, Walhalla, S. C.
NOTICE.-Closing Out My Stock
of Goods nt Cost.-Also Gasoline at
23c. per gallon. G. B. GILLESPIE,
Walhalla, S. C. 46-39*
FOR SALE.- Several Mules and
Horses. Prices right. Would trade
for cattle W. J. SCHRODER, Wal
halla, S. C._ 4 4-tf
WANTED-Chickens, Beof Hides,
Turkeys and Eggs, at once. Market
sonto higher. R. D. O ELKERS, The
Dp-town Dealer, Walhalla, S. C. 19
NOTICE.-The Keoweo Courier is
in position to haudle subscriptions
to all tho leading periodicals. ' Wo
will appreciate your business.
WATCH YOUR HOG BUSINESS
and make it profitable. I offer for
salo 2 3 Gells. Shoats and Pigs. Can
make hogs for late killing. W. I).
MOSS, Walhalla,. S. C. 4 7-tf
FOR SALE-Two yokes of well
trained Steers for Sawmilling, weigh
ing from 2,000 to 2,200 pounds each.
Terms easy. E. C. MARETT & SON,
Westminster, S. C. 4 6-49_
WANTED-By an Kxperioncod
Young Man- Position as Clerk in a
store. Will consider anything rea
sonable. Good reference. Address
"G.," Box 387, Walhalla, S. C. LS*
FOR SALE OR BENT-Ten-room
Residence, suitable for boarding
house. Comer Tugaloo and Mnuldlll
Streets. For par tlc u Uti rs apply to
C. F. IIETRICK, Walhalla, S. C^ tf
WANTED - Dogwood - We pay
$1(1.au per cord for Dogwood at
Westminster. CAROLINA HARD
WOOD CO. See J. S. Price for speci
flcntlons etc. 44-47*-tf
ON ACCOUNT of low water and
inability of power company to fur
nish power, we will not run our gins
on Fridays, until further notice. The
WRSTMINSTER OIL & FERTILI
ZER CO. 18-tf
WANTED-Lowest Bid on Sawing
Lumber, true to bill. Farm north of
Walhalla. Tho right to reject any
and all bids is reserved. Mall bids to
J. I). CRENSHAW, 1210 Mass. Ave.,
N. W., Washington, I). C. 48*
CONTRACTING AND Bt 'LDING.
- I will bo glad to Hguri wilii any
person who may havo Building Work
to lo. Will bid on any work, largo
or small. \y. i; DODD, Box 344,WaL
balla, s C. IC- '.!?*
SIN PER CUNT MONEY.-Under
Bankers' Reserve System (5% Loans
may be secured on city or farm prop
erly, lo buy, build, improve or pay
indebtedness. BANKERS' RESERVK
DEPOSIT CO., (CIS California St.,
Denver, Colo. 17-2
NOTICE-This is to notify tho
public that my hoy, ANSEL FRICKS,
who is under age. has left my home
without my consent, and anyone hir
ing or harboring him will be prose
cuted to tho fullest extent of tho law,
J. F. FRICKS, West I nion. 49'
LOST-In Seneca, Nov. 22,. on the
hitching ground or between there and
the Browning placo, ono Lady's pock
etbook with chain, continuing $30.00
In hills and 7r.e. In small chango;
also pair Indy's Kid Gloves and Hand
kerchief, larder please return to
MKS. ROSA BROOM, Richland, S. C.,
and get reward. 4 8
HT. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mnuldln Street, Walhalla, s. c.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . 9.30 a. ni,
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Rov. Timothy J. McGrath, Rector,
st. Joseph's Church,
East Earlo and North McDuilio Sts.,
Anderson, S. C.
CONFIDENCE. THEY ARE CON
QUALITY INGREDIENTS AND
WANT THEM TO DO.
HAS BEEN DESIGNED FOR A
E FOR EACH ORDINARY AIL
KR HERE BUT ONCE.
A Regular Communication of Blue
r^ifc?^l R d ?.<-' Lodge, No. 92. A. F.
M . wl11 be neld u?xt Frl"
US^?l day night, Dec. 1st, 1922,
at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brothers always welcome.
Election and Installation of officers
J. B. S. DENDY, AV. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (adv)
ty LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ty
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-Friday, Dec. 1st, will be the last
gin day. Walhalla Gin Co., W. F.
--Now is the time to buy buy your
Oliver plows. Cet ready for Ibo fall
season. Buy tho Genuine Olivcv. W.
M. Drown, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.-tf.
-J. W. Ray is now engaged in a
position at Newton, N. C., where ho
is employed by tho samo company
that put in the water system for Wal
halla, .Mr. and Mrs. Ray bave beeil
living at Newton for several weeks.
-A big line of knit goods cheap.
C. W. & J. 10. Bauknfght.-adv.
- liol chocolate and sandwiches at
Norman's Drug Store.-adv.
-There are many who will learn
with regret that Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Sadgrove, of Walhalla, will leave
this week for Seneca, where they
will make their home. Mr. Snelgrove
has entered business there, and will
movo his family this week or next.
-See our sweater coats and gloves
C. W. & J. E. Bauknlgbl, Walhalla.
-For every one-dollar you spend
with us you get a chance at the beau
tiful genuine Madame Hendren Talk
ing Doll, which is to he given'away
by us to tho one holding ibo lucky
number on Christmas morning. At
Dell s Drug Store, Walhalla.-adv.-tf
-There aro many who will be In
terested in learning that Oscar Tolli
son, who has been living in Anderson
for some time, has returned to this
section to mako his home. lie has
atjbls former home on'Route No. 3,
-Tissue paper, crod, cards, seals,
booklets for Xmas at Norman's Drug
-We have a most complete stock
of the latest in watches, diamonds,
jewelry, china, cut glass, clocks.
Conklin pens and pencils, ivory and
leather goods. R. A. MoLees, Jeweler,
Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
- Miss Edna Paterson, of Phila
delphia, who bad been spending sev
eral weeks here with Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. F. Hetrlok, retuned lo her
home last week. She was accompan
ied by her sitter, Mrs. Hetrick, who
will spend a short while in her old
-Wc aro agents for the Oliver
chilled plows and parts. A large
slock on hand. C. W. & J. E. Bauk
-I have a good six-horse-power
steam engine, complete; one set of
practically new shingle saws, cheap
for cash, or 1 will swap for shingles
or cattle. Arthur Drown, Walhalla.
-J. F. Drewer and family, of Wal
halla Route 2, are moving tills week
to Picketts, where Mr.Brewer will en
gage in farming the coming year. He
and his family will be located on Ru
ral Routfe 1, from PU kens. Their
many Oconee friends will regret to
learn that they aro leaving our coun
-Dolls, tea sets, furniture, hall?,
drums, guns, autos, trains, whistles,
rattles for the little folks at Norman's
Drug Store. Walhalla.-adv.
-Wo will chargo $3.50 per halo
for gianing this season, furnishing
bagging and ties. Wo uso 2 and 2V2
pound Jute bagging and wbolo ties.
Jute bagging adds weight and makes
a noat halo. Werl minster'Oil and
-- Wo aro requested to announce
that there will bo a hot supper at tho
Norton school house (Old Bickens)
on Friday night, Dec. 1st. Darbecue.
pork slew, ham, turkey, chicken and
other good things to eal. Supper,
$1.00. All aro invited io attend and
to take swoetheat ts, wives and moth
ers, and enjoy a good supper and a
pleasant evening. The proceeds will
be used for school Improvements.
-To Close Out-One lot of men's
fleece-lined shirts and drawers--all
sizes -only 7."ic. por garment. C. W.
& J. E. Dnuknlght, Walhalla, -adv.
-Tho many friends of Wm. A.
Hetrick will regret to learn that ho
has been a sufferer from appendici
tis since lils arrival in Philadelphia,
where aud his family aro now
located and will romain un
til the lirst of tho new year. Wo aro
glad to learn, however, that ho baa
undergone a gv.cconsf'.il operation,
and is now Improving. \i tho first
of the year ho and his family will
move to Prlneoton, W. Va., as will
also Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Hetrick,
who went to Philadelphia a^tho same
timo Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A, Hotrick
-? havo about 12 head of mules,
mares and horses for sale, cheap, on
good terms. I am going out of tho
livestock business and you can buy
thoso at a bargain. Arthur Brown,
Walhalla, S. C.-adv.-l7-18..
- _r. i ,? . _
-You will lind 125 magazines to
choose from at Norman's Drug Store,
If you need a bill of goods we can
sell you cheaper than you can buy
anywhoro in tho county. C. W. & J.
E. Bauknight, Walhalla.-adv.
-Misses Janie Harrison and Eliz
abeth Stribllng motored to Green
ville Saturday for the Clemson-Fur
man football game.
-lt .A. McLoes, Jeweler, Walhalla,
sells Conklln pons and pencils.-adv.
-Plenty of 16 per cent acid for
all now; $10.25. W. Af. Brown, Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.-43rtf. ?
- Mrs. J. A. Steck spent several
days last week In Atlanta, tho guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Rhodes on
-^-Stationery, candy, pictures, man
icure sots, toilet articles for the la
dles. Norman's, Walhalla.-adv.
-I have sevoral good second-hand
ono and two-horso wagons, cheap for
cash or terms. Arthur Brown, Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.-47-48.
-Roal economy 'and comfort In
the kitchen means a Cole's Down
Draft range. Sold by Ballongor Hard
ware Co., Seneca. See advertisement
-New army blankets at $3.50,
worth double tthe price. C. W. & J.
E. Bauknight, Walhalla.-adY.
-Wo Invito you to our store to
attend the Christmas open!'.lg, begin
ning Nov. 15th. Wo have tho most
beautiful line of gifts and Christmas
goods on display in Walhalla, and
tho prices aro right. Bell's Drug.
-Mrs. J. C. Perrin, of Anderson^
spent Hie past week-end with her
mother, Mrs. Hettie Macaulay, tin
Walhalla. Mrs. Macaulay accompan
ied her honio Monday and will bo
in Anderson foi several days.
- R. A. McDees, Jeweler,Walhalla,
sells Conklin pons and pencils.-adv.
-Thoroughbred Poland-China pigs
now ready for delivery. Price right.
Arthur Brown, Walhalla, S. C,-adv.
- Married, at the residence of Rev.
D. P. Bearden, near West Union, on
Saturday, Nov. 25th, Miss Corrie
WTlbanks and Monroe Whitener. The
groom was said to bo 7 0 years old
and lils brido 27v They will reside
near West Union.'
-If you need shoes, seo our Star
Brand shoes. They are better. C. W.
& J. E. Bauknight, Walhalla.-adv.
-Just received, a shipment of the
well known High Point buggies. Call
and got one. (If you ride, ride
right.) W. M. Brown, Walhalla, S.
- Union services will bo held on
Thanksgiving morning at, 10 o'clock
in tho Walhalla 'Presbyterian church.
The sermon will bo preached by Rev.
A. W. Barr, of tho Methodist church.
Special music will bo rendered, and
a cordial invitation to all is extended
to attend these services.
-See our $12.50 and $18 suits. C.
W. & J. E. Bauknight, Walhalla.-ad
-To Rent-Nico office .rooms 'in
sanio building In which Bell Tele
phone Co. has its office, on Main St.
Can rent you single ofhco or suit o'f
rooms. Seo hie at once if interested.
Very desirablo location. W. AI,
Brown. Walhalla. S. C.-adv.-tf.
-The Walhalla Christian Endea
vors will observe Thanksgiving ser
vices Sunday night. Dec. 3d, nt 6.30
o'clock, in tho Sunday school room
of tho Presbyterian church. Lewis
Harrison will bo the leader for this
service. A cordial invitation ls ex
tended to other denominations to lie
- Flashlights, pocketbooks, pipes,
razors, knives, toilet sets, useful gifts
for every man, al Norman's.-adv.
-Plenty of 1(5 per cont acid for
all now; $16.25. W. M. Brown, Wal
halla, S. C.-ndv.-43-tf.
-The ladies of the Baptist Aid
Society are arranging a bazaar for
next Friday and Saturday, and will
have lt in the display room of tho
Piodm'ont Auto Co. There will be a
number of booths, thc chairman of
each giving her host endeavors to
have Hiern filled with attractive arti
cles or good things to oat. Mrs. W.
P. Leister, doll booth, with brido and
attendants; Mrs. Carl Oohmlg, coun
try produce; Mrs. E. E. Reese, cakes
and candy; Mrs. R. W. Crabbs, fancy
work; Mrs. Arthur Brown, aprons
for largo and small. 'Dight refresh
ments will be served free of charge,
this feature fo be presided over li*
Mrs. Fant and others.
-Now ts the time to buy flour. Wc
aro paying moro than wo aro selling
what wo have at. Plain and solf-ris
ing Cream Loaf and Bello of Broad
way. $7.25 per barrel. C. W. & J. E
-Wo will charge $3.50 Per bale
for ginning this season, furnishing
bagging and Hes. Wo uso 2 lo 2'/a
pound jute bagging and wholo lies.
J ll to bagging adds weight and make.1:
a neat buln. Schaeffer Gin Co., West
minster, S. C.-adv.-35.-tf.
-Eight membors of the Winthrop
Daughters spent a most pleasant
hour at tho home of Miss France
Earlo in Midway on Saturday, Nov
18th, interesting letters from Win
tbrop officials and students wero rood
by Mrs. Jesse Noivllo and Miss Earle
Miss Counts read the address mad(
by MisB Lucille Godbold to tho'Win
tbrop student body, tolling of'hor ex
perionces in Parla at tho first Olym
pic moot for women. Tho hostess, as
sisted by her sister, Mrs. Fred Thode
served toa and sandwiches. The De
comber mooting will bo held at thc
home of Miss Lola Kaufmann.
--Candlesticks, electric lamps
leather goods, toilet artlclos, sta
tionery 'ewo'ry, sliver, lmskots, flow
fer? toys, fountain nous anti
fl . ': 'ie I est g?oqS for Hit
:.. M's Drug Storo, Wal
halb.. 3. C, adv.-tf.
Wo wish to extend an Invitation
to every ono to visit our display ol
holiday goods,, You will And a Mp
assortment of dolls, toys, U*?o deco
rations, cut glass, china, pictures
stationery, books, candy, tojlof sets
musical instruments, in fact, Wo car
find a gift suitable for any One, young
or old. Come in and oxanilno oui
f lock. Norman's Drug Store, Wal
' bf *. *
-WantecJ - 500 bushels .of peas.
Wost Union Oil Mill.-r-odv.
-Prettiest box candles over sho,wn
In Walhalla at Norman's Drug Store.
-The ?Paul Hayho Circle will meet
with Mrs. A. W. Barr on Friday, Dec.
1st, at 3.30 o'clock.
-Glassware from 10c. to $6.00 ot
-^Sausage casing, 60c. por pound.
C. W. &. J. B Bauknlght.-adv.
-Mr. and Mrs. Garwood Jayne?,
C. O. Jaynes and Dr. J. W, Bell and
Master Edward Schroder motored
*.o Columbia recently, spondtng sev
eral days, roturning yesterday after
-James T. Wilson, of Florida, !s
a guest at tho homo of his son, Geo.
L. Wilson. Ho has many friends hero
who are pleased to moot him .again,
i -Notlcn.-We will only have two
moro gin days-Friday and Saturday,
Dec. 1st and 2d. Wost Union Oil
Mill.-adv. . '
-Now is tho time to buy Xmas
presents, beforo the rush. Soe our
bedroom slippers In Xmas boxes. C.
W. & J. E. Baukulght, Walhalla.
-Prof. L. B. Parkinson, of Colum
bia, State High School Inspoptor,
spout a short while in Oconee this
and last week. During his stay in
our county ho visited the two now
high schools-Oakway and Keowee.
-Plenty of hard brick for imme
diate dollvory. Arthur Grown. Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.-17-tS.
-1 will tom do thoroughbred Po
land-China and buroo pigs for poas,
cane seed and seed rye. Arthur
Brown, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.-iS-tf.
- Mr. and .Mrs. .lulo Andorson and
family are occupying the Marou res
idence on Tugaloo street, whllo Mr.
and Mrs. Marett and family have
moved into tho Dendy homo on Col
lege street, recently vacated by Geo.
-The Courier goes out this week
earlior than usual, in order that the
subscribers on rural routes will not
have to wait until Friday for their
papers. Thanksgiving is tho ono hol
iday Hutt, is always observed by the
- Henry G. McKinney and J. C.
McKinney, of Asheville, N. C., wore
in Walhalla last weok on a short
visit to their mother, Mrs. W. M. Al
exander, who has been quito ill for
some time. Her condition ls slightly
improved, and her many friends hope
for her early convalescence.
-All Queen Quality shoes for $5;
also a nice lino of oxfords at $5.00
to $7.00. C. W. & J. E. Bauknight,
-Have you seen the cut glass apd
hand-painted china at Norman's?-ad
-Mrs. Geo. R. Briggs, accompan
ied by Mr. Briggs's mother, left Wal
linna Tuesday for Greonwood, where
they will make their homo In the fu
ture. Mr. Briggs will join his family
in a few days. Their ninny friends
hero and throughout tho county re
gret their departure.*i
-Miss Graco McKinney, of Ashe
ville, N. C., is visiting al the homo of
her grandmother, Mrs. W. M. Alex
ander. Goorgo Garron, of the same
place, was also in Walhalla for a
short while last week, having come
to visit his wife, who ls with her mo
ther, Mrs. Aloxander, during her ill
-See our ties and handkerchiefs
for Xmas presents. C. W. & J. E.
-Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harper and
little daughter, Dorothy, of Colum
bia, are visiting Mrs. Harper's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Wilson.
Mr. Harper ls recuperating from a
recent severe accident which he sus
tained when he was knocked from
his bicycle by an automobile, having |
his head badly cut and collar bone
-Yard-wide sheeting, a good qual
ity, at 12'/fcc. and 15c; worth now 15
and 18c. C. W. & J. E. Bauknight,
-The regular meeting of tho Par
ent-Teacher Association will bo held'
in tho auditorium of tho Walhalla
High School Wednesday afternoon,
Dec. 6th, at 4 o'clock. At this meet
ing thc aims of thc association will
be discussed. Mrs. L. T. Covington
and Mrs. M. R. McDonald will loadf
and others will bo asked to enter into
tho discussion. There will also be a
musical program. All persons Inter
ested in tho association and in the
school aro urged to be present.
-All-wool sorgo -and dress goods,
worth $3.00, $2.50 and $2.00 per yd.,
reduced lo $1.50 to close out quick.
C. Vf. & J. E. Bauknight, Walhalla.
-Walhalla won the football*game
from Seneca last Friday, tho score
hoing 3 1 to 0. This gives the cham
pionship of tho county thus far to
the Walhalla High School, they hav
ing won evory gamo played this sea
son with tonina in the county. Tho
two teams hist Friday played good
ball and tho game was very Interest
ing throughout. Tho record for ibo
season for Walhalla H i gi)/ School ls
tho winning of evory game with a
total of 113 points, and her goal lino
has not boon crossed.
-If it's dolls and toys you will
find them at Norman's Drug Store,
-Ono case of hoavy outings worth
25c, for 17V&C. C. W. & J. E. Bauk
-On Friday, Dec. 1st, at tho S'ar
Theatre, Walhalla, Mary Pickford,
"America's Sweetheart," will be
shown In ono of tho best of her pic
tures, "T''o Lovo Dight." This Is
under the auspices of tho D. A. R.'s
and tho proceeds will bo used in tho
work for general good which that
Organization lenders. Admission will
be I?c. find 25c, and lhere will b
a matinee a', 2 p. tn, The first per
formance In tho evening will be nt
7.30. Candy and pean tl ts will bo of
fered for salo during, tho showing of
tho pict uro. Don't forget tho dale,
and rna ko your plans to bo prosont at
ono of the performances of this love
- If yoii want sugar for Christmas
yon had better buy lt now. Only 8c.
per pound. C. W. & J. E. 'Bauknlght, :
THE "WOIiE AT THE DOOR" is hot morely a figuro of speech.
Tills wolf is very real, ami ho comos snapping and snarling at the
doors of many who never anticipated bci"g annoyed by him.
YOU KNOW THAT KIND-^tho ones who make good mob?y,
mid spend it. They either think it will bo always thus, or else
tlioy do not think nt nil. Then comos sickness, Ul luck, bard times
or something oise that unleashes tho siyuling wolf.
AN ACCOUNT IN OUR HANK, carefully tended, ls tho best
i its u ra nco against tho visit? of this ravenous wolf'.
The Enterprise Bartk,
Walhalla, 5. C.
1888 -:EE=EEE-=- 1922
That's all wc need to tell you. New Fall Styles
with the distinctive mark, and thc good, old-rock
bottom Stetson Quality*
If you're a regular Stestson customer, of course
you'll w?nt 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 Stetson Hats.
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. C.
What One Gallon of Kerosene
Do for You
Do you realize how much
work the "Z" engine will
do at th? low coat of
one gallon of kerosene?
It will pump 10,000 gallons of
water for your stock, for your
home, for fire protection.
It will light 10 20-watt, 16
candle power lamps for IS hours
from your light plant
It will grind 40 bushels of feed
to fatten your stock.
It will saw over 5 cords of wood
It will run your churn-cream
It will operate your family
washing machine-your grind
stone, corn sheller, clover hillier,
shredder, hay baler and other
machines about the farm.
Over 300,000 "Z" engines have
been bought by farmers every
where. They saved labor
got more work done. The many
big advantages of the "Z" were
convincingly demonstrated to
these farmers before they
Note these features/ at the left
and then you, too, come in and
see the "Z."
3 H.P..... 115.00
AU f. o. b. factory; add freight to d??t I nation
Ballenger Hardware Co.
Seneca, S. C.
A porson Weighing 120 to 140 might ho conlnlnod In ftvo quart milk
pounds has about as much blobd as hottlos.