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?WIHTMA.N'S CANDIES" ....
STATION KUY . ?NEQU
DOLLS-IMPOUTED.
DECORATED CHET BOXES .. .
ALL KUES ll STOOK. .. .?U?H
WE INVITE YOI' TO C
STOCK - ANYTHING V
WIM* DELIVEU-AT A?
MAY CHOOSE.
ONE CENT A WORD
(Small advertisements under
thia heading Inserted at rate of
ono cont a word per Insertion.
Four Insertions tor price of
th roo.)
(N?TICE.-N<> advert ?soi'ont nc?
? j.ted for this column tor 1 .'.ss than
id t ents, one insertion.)
.ht lin nd Power
NV. 0. WHITE,
rv:-1 *
1 ll A V li a New
Pc? Huller to r<
Walhalla, S. c.
FOR KENT Oil SALE-House and
Lot ea Tugaloo street. Apply BOH
MACAULAY, Walhalla, S. C. IS-if
WANTED-Wo aro in the market
to hay good, eleen Peas. E. C. MAR
ETT & SON, Westminster, S. C. .lO-tf
T?HKEYS for Christmas for Salo
hy MUS. W. H. ARMSTRONG, Sen
eca, S. C.,_Rt._L 40-50*
~ MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. U. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C. 20-tf
KOH SALE-Baby Carriage, al
most new. Kor information apply at
COURIER OFFICE, Walhalla, S. C.
.17-tf. _ _
FOB SALE.- Several Mules and
Horses. Prices right. Would trade
for cattle. W. J. SCHRODER, Wal
halla, S. C. 4 1-tf
NOTICE.-Tho Kee wee Courier is
in position to handle subscriptions
to all tho leading periodicals. We
will appreciate your business.
KOR SALL - Ono Double-barrel
Hammerless Shotgun, 12-gauge; has
been used very little See J. K.
HAWKINS, Mgr. People's Depart
ment Store, Walhalla. iib
W A R N I N (? ?-All persons are
hereby warned not to Trespass on
property of undersigned in any way.
MKS. W. IL MONGOLD, Mountain
Rest, S. c. 19-50*
WATCH YOUR UCL BUSINESS
and make it profitable. I offer for
salo 25 Gells, Shoats and Figs. Gan
mnko lings for late killing. W. li.
MOSS, Walhalla, S. C. 47-tf
LOL SALL OR RENT-Ton-room
Residence, sill labio for boarding
bouse. Corne'.- Tugaloo and Maoldin
Streets. For parti uki rs apply '%o
C. F. HETR1CK, Walhalla, S. C. if
WA NI Vi)- Dogwood - Wc pay
$ 1 (LOO por cord for Dogwood al
Westminster. CAROLINA HARD
WOOD CO. Soo J. S. Price for spec!-I
fictitious ? lc. -14-4T*-tf
ON ACCOUNT of low water and
inability of power company io fur
nish power, wo will aol run our gins!
on Fridays, until further notice. Tho
WESTMINSTER OIL fk Pfc! UTILI
ZER CO. IS-tf
FIRE INSURANCE.-W.O. White,
Agent. Wa!i.alla, S. C., for National
Liberty Insurance Company of Amer
ica, of New York, X. v.; also for tho
Greensboro Insurance Co., of Groen i
boro, \\ C. Your patronage solicited,
fi 0-1
SIX PER CENT MONEY.-Under
Bankers' Itesorvo System i\% Loans
may bo secured on ..cit y or tann prop
erty, lo hay, bu i Itv1 improve or pay
Indebtedness. BANKERS' RESERVE
I ?EPOSIT CO., H! is California St.,
Denver, Colo. I ;
LOS T--T vs o i) o g s-One large
while ?lound Dog with yellow oars
small dark S;H>( on back et root ot
tail; vv?aring no]lar ivlili .. MHO of NV.
G. Frown, Howden, Ca. Als" mediir.a
si/.od black and wiilto [lound Dog:
carries tail Q ? i ried lo right: dark
ears, [{eward. Notify JIM JONES,
Madlsou, S. c. 50-5 I *
. vr:??.??Ai."3'??OT.--avirj3c\7.7 vy.jcr.-.-x
and
I'JJ! .WI'*n?fc!Wi/lV., I . -Ll ?.
VW 1 I ? m
Ge
Fancy an
FRUITS,
an
Give us a B
chases, J? y
every purchf
money made,
T. ll. HUTCHISON.
?I/A, S. O.
PHONE 23.
New Xmas Goods.
.NO\I<] KETTKR.
A MCI) IX VA LUI*; A NY WI? KHK.
"THE TRUE TO LIKU" KIND.
."SOMETHING! NU-TY."
ANTEEl) UV I'S TO PLEASE U.
ALL-LOOK OVER OUIt
(>: MAY SELECT WK
i Y TIMK OR PLACE YOU
POR SALK-Bradley Rilling At
tachment for Walking Plows, Price,
$13.00. V. F. MARTIN. r>0*
. Vi lt UK NT - One One-horse and
ono Two-horse Crop. Apply MUS. \V.
C. IV 13 STE lt, Walhalla, S. C. Konto
No. 3. 49-50*
WA KN INO-ANSEL MOORE, my
son.punier ago, has loft homo, with
out my-consent. Any ono hlrvng or
harboring him will ho dealt v i n ac
cording to law. JOHN E. MOORE,
Mountain Rest, S. C. BO-1 1
IPI! SERVICE-liest on earth
Thoroughbred Poland-China '{oar:
also Thoroughbred Jersey Duli. I am
also in tile Dalry lluslnoss te s irve
tlie people of Walhalla pro mp . with
Milk and lint ter. VV. W. EOVi LER,
Walhalla, s. c.. Ut. 5. '* 50-1 ?
i lem
NOTICE.-To tho People of
and Community: Cn account < ; my
health und for othor reasons. I havb
decided to do only oilieo practice in
tho future. I shall make no vi
Those owing mo on old accounts ? 111
please como in and settle. DR. S. P.
MERONEY," Salem, S. C. 50-5.1"*
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHU RC
.Mniildin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
St
H,
\
ni.
m.
ch,
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH
DAY OK EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . 9.:;o a.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a.
Rev. Timothy J. McGrath, Rector
St. Joseph's Clint
Bast Earle and North .Mcihillie S
A nderson, S. C.
KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS.
There will he a Regular Meeting
of Walhalla Lodge. No. G7, Knights
of pythias, at tho Masonic Temple
to-morrow (Thursday) night. Dec.
14th, at S o'clock, Bvory member ls
urged to be prsce4it.
ARTHUR BROWN,
Chancellor Cont man der.
T. B. SUKI.Oil, K. of R. and S.
-t?I-l?-?*>iH*
ty LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ty
tytytytytytytytytytytytyty
-Just received, car of frosh Dixie
Portland content. W. M. Brow n,Wal
halla, s. C.-nd.-49-tf.
- Usoful gifts of aluminum-dou
ble boilers, sauce pain;, percolators,
loa kettles, etc. On special sale Sat
urday nWrnihg, only 95c. each. The
People's Dept. Store,; Walhalla.-adv
--W. h. Posuy aiid famUy, who
have been residing near Central tor
a year or mere, moved back to Oco
uess last wook, and Mr. Posoy will
nguiu farm with .1. D. Vernor ?:t.?
Iowa
- For Kent.Kout- brand new llvo
room bungalows; city water, electric
lights and all conveniences. Apply
Arthur Brown, Walhalla, S. C.-adtf
- Candy and dolls al Jaynos! Walk
a block and save a dollar. ".?aynes
litis the price and sills tho goods."
adv.
- Mr. and Mrs. ,1. I,. Stewart and
family, of Tamasseo, have recently
moved io Llborty, Pickcns county,
where Mr. Stewart and son will en
gage in die mercantile husillos?. They
have many relatives'and friends in
Liberty and elsewhere. Their m .
friends in Coonee regret their de
part u rev
--Oranges and apples hy tito box
( heap. Seo us for (randlos, Spe
pric.es tor Xmas trees. C. W. &
. Bauknight..hdv.-50-5 1.
When you give Whitman's yon
that intangible something- . all
il good tasto, (diann or preslige
tlial goos witli every box of Whit
man's candies, and costs nothing ox
Ira. People's Pharmacy, Walhalla,.
adv.
are
rial
J, ti
give
-,x*.-??<j*."va ?.. . -, ??i -x'.-nvt.-uma l.^.'.'J
SEE
o. D. Schumacher S
-AND
Ed. Snead.
(I Staple Groceries ?e
BUTTER, EGGS
a CANDIES,
id on Xmas Tree Pur
7c can save pennies on
tsc. Pennies saved is
???uw.ion'ifi ' wv .-.i r.-n iw: rjw?iraf;i'?
--Bedroom slippers for men und
women, C. W. & J. E. Baukhight.
adv.-50-51.
-Now is the time to buy buy your
Oliver plows. Got ready for tho fall
season. Buy tho Gpnuino Oliver. W.
M. Brown, Walhalla, S. C.-udv.-tf.
-Tho banquet to ho given in honor
of tho Walhalla football team will be
held at tho Alexander Houso, Friday,
Dec. 15th, 7.80 p. m. Tickets must
be secured by Wednesday evening,
I3th? at. t> p. m. Prlco 75c. Tickets
on salo at Moss & Ansel's, Bank of
Walhalla, C. W. Pitchford's, and En
terprise Bank.
-"Choice Bits from the Bast"
tho candy supreme. People's l'har
nfacy, Walhalla.-adv.
-Close-outs in children's and In
dios' shoes at J ay nos*- $1.15 ,and
$1.95, Walk ti block and save a dol
lar. 'Maynes cuts tho price and solis
tho goods."-adv.
-There are only nlno moro shop
ping days before Christmas. The
stores aro full of attractive things
suitable for gifts for the whole fam
ily. Seo tho advertisements In The
Courier, and make your selections
and purchaso while thero is a range
for choice in the soasonablo mer
chandise carried.
-See our tios. They aro beauties.
Only 50c. and $1.00." C. W. & J. li.
Bauknight; Walhalla.-adv.-50-Bl. .
-This yoar give not simpliy candy
for Christmas-givo pleasure, satis
faction, delight - givo Whitman's.
People's Pharmacy, Walhalla.-adv.
-Mrs. J. It. Mc.Maban. ol' Wood
bridge. Va., arrived last week at the
homo of her mother, Mrs. Callas, of
Wesl Union. She will !>e hero for
several days yet visiting among hor
numerous relatives and friends. She
is-" pleasantly remember ed as Miss
Dora Callas by many friends, who
ire delighted to meet her again.
-Gills for everybody tit tho Peo
ple's Dem. Store, "Valhalla's Gift
3toj'e."-adv.
-Almost every ono on your list
?rill appreciate Whitman's, and it is
i gift most appropriate lo send" to
'oiks at a distance. Let (is attend to
he mailing for yon. People's Phar
na?j, Walhalla.-adv;
-Cn Saturday afternoon. Dec. 2,
tho Slim line Band mel with Miss
-ara Macaulay. Tho usual literary
ind devotional program was carnied
ML Afterwards ofllcors were elected
'or ?he next three months. Then it
ivas decided to meet on Dec. IC with
Mrs. Ilayno Jones for. the purpose of
lacking a box of Christmas gifts to
)0 sent lo Tbornwell Orphanage at
-"dinton.
- H/lkfs. in Xmas boxes- all kinds.
-for- men, women and children. A
50od all-linen man's hdkf. for 50c.
3. W. & .1. E. Bauknight.-adv-50-5 1
- Whole cream oheeso 30c. per lb.;
IS lbs. rice for $1.00. Try Jayn.es'
'resh roasted coffee. It's better. Walk
i block and save a dollar. 'Maynes
'tits the price and sells tho goods."
ulv.
---There are many in Oconee who
will bo Interested to learn, that T. M.
Lowery i formerly a prominent cltt
'.en of Oconee, and of later years one
if tho leading citizens of Plains, Ga.,
ins moved willi his family to Qjiit
man, Ga., near which place Mr. Low
?ry has recently purchased a farm of
?00 acres. Mr. Lowery is hot only a
iood business man, hut one of the
?oat farmers in the two States in
.vbicdi he has lived. Iiis many Oconee
'riends wish for him continued sue
leas.
- -Xmas decorations, candles, s'.l
for tinsel garlands, bolls. People's
Pharmacy, Wa ?balla.-adv.
" - if you Uko good coffee, try I ran
.p .\morie.in and St. Legis-3-11). can
? 1.25, l-l!). Cfi : 45c. O. W. & J. 10.
Bauknight, Walhalla. -adv.-50-5i.
--The Walhalla Chamber of Com
norco will give the \Y..'.balla foothill
Sn in and tho youhg ladies of tho
sheer te.un a banquet at 'the Alexan
I or House Ft ie. a y night, Dec. I", al
if.30. The nff; Iv will be informal and
i pleasant o\'< liing ls anticipated. T
Walhalla team had a most successful
ioason, and ibe Chamber of Cont
uerce Is laking this opportunity lo
iii ow their appreciation of the good
r?cord made It is hoped that Pref.
Di IL Ilt ur. . director of student nc
ivities ?it Clemson College, will
|)r080111 ns thc speaker of .the ovenin..1;
Buy your flour n?w for noxl
year. Yon will pay aioro In 1923,
Pry our Dream Loaf and Belle of
Broadway. J\ W. & J. io. Bauknight.
adv...:I -51.
- Wo will charge $3.50 per hab?
ffr ginning this season j furnishing
l?agging and ties. We use 2 to 2',j
|)ound Julo bagging and whole tics,
lute bagging adds weight and makes
i neat bale. - Schaeffer Gin Co., Wost
nlnstor, S. c.-adv.-tf.
Attention is iii?* ted to the pa? i
iidvertisotnont this Week of The Peo
pie's Department Store of Walhalla,
L. Fayonsky, Propriet?r. This store
ls wide-awake lo tho importance of
iidvortising its goods ?nd to the I ?i
po ri ncc of keeping |t$ goods up to
Nie high mark that makes every ptir
? ' .. r a regular customer .and a
ii liking and "'talking advertlsemenl.
riieir special Christmas sale, which
will liegin Friday ol' this week, Dec
I 5lb, gives one un index to what the
management of this popular store ls
aow doing for tho town and for tho
people in offering such reductions in
priers as to compel thom to take no
tice and trade for the snko of saving
needed dollars. It will pay you to
visit The Pcoplo'S Departiiiont Store
full ing I he next (on days.
.Porfumbd with ibo wonderful
odor ( ; :;t; flowers - Jontoel toilet
requisites, extract, toilet water, face
'. lor, cold cream, talc. soap, com
? : rouge See. our beautiful Jollied
H itloil sels In tho black end
i packages. People's Phar
macy, Tho Kexnll Storp.-adv.
.- TOYLAMD -
rino L.AIKJFKT coiabftCTiox OF
TOY? A\l> (?ll TS IN WALHALLA.
11ULNG THF. KIDDIIiS.
The People's Dept Store,
1 ?1 OTT IOU GOODS FOB LI0SS."
-See oui* silk, silk mid wool and
wool stockings. They are beauties
50e; to $3.50. C. VV. & J. I'VBauk
nlght, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.-50-51.
-Mrs. Gt. K, Hetrlck returned to
her home hore last week af tor a
pleasant visit to relativos and frionds :
in Philadelphia. v
-Just received another shipment!
of High Point buggies, and will sell
them; worth tho money. W. M.
Brown, Walhalla, S. C.-ad.-49-lf.
-Miss Janie Xevllrer wiio has
hoon visiting relatives in Atlanta,
returned to her homo in West Union
last wooli.
Toyland!--Wo announce the open
ing of the most elaborate and com
plete stock of toys shown In Wal
halla. Hiing tho kiddios. Tho Peo
ple's Dept. Store, Walhalla. "Detter
goods for less."-adv.
--Mr. and Mrs. J. Wr. Gurney re
turned homo Saturday night, after
spending a week in Greenville and
other places, where Mr. Guimey was
called on bus?iess. \
-We have it big stock of gloves,
sweaters and knit caps for tho cold
weather. C. W. & J. E. Dnuknlght.
-adv.-50-51.
- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schluetcr, of
Washington, D. C., aro visiting at tho
homo of it. 1<\ Kaufmann. Mr. and
Mrs. Schluotor have many frineds in
this section who are glad to meet
them again.
<-Candlesticks, electric lamps,
leather goods, toilet articles, sta
tionery, jewelry, silver, baskets, flow
ers, dolls, toys, fountain pens and
fireworks. Tho best goods for the
host price at Poll's Drug Storo, Wal
halla, S. C.- adv.-tf.
-Mrs. C. G. Strong and daughter,
Miss Daisy, left last week for Greens
boro, N. C.. where they will spend
some time with Miss Cora Strong.
-Handkerchiefs appropriate and
useful for Xmas gifts. Our handker
chief department Is now Complete.
Imported linens from Ireland and
Austria aro in largo demand. The
People's Dept. St?r?, Walhalla. -'.Det
ter goods for less."-adv.
- Wc are requested to announce
thal J. Fred Fowler will preach at
High Falls next Sunday. Deo. 17. at
I 1 o'ch/i k. Every member is urged
to attend, ns there will bo important
church bus'ness to transact.
- We still have a few ladies' and
children's coals, sweaters and ladies'
dresses to close out before Jan. 1st
at bargain prices. See them and save
thc difference, Walk a block and
save a dollar. 'Maynes cuts tho price
and sells the goods."-adv.
-Woj-cgrot to learn that Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. O. Fricks aro quito ill al
their home here, being sufferers from
attacks ol' flu. Their many friends
will join us in tho hopo that they
may soon he well again.
--For every one-dollar you spend
with us you got a chance at Hie beau
tiful genuine Madame Dendron Talk
ing Doll, which is to bo given away
by us to the one holding tho lucky
number on Christmas morning. At
Dell's Drug Storo. Walhalla.-adv.-tf
- The many friends of Mrs. W. S.
Grab] will regret to learn that she
has boen quito ill for sovoral days
with flu. We are glad to learn, how
ever, thal sho Ts improving.
-Now is' tho time to buy stalk
cutters nnd fight the boll weevil. Buy
the kind that cuts stalks. We have
tho kind we guarantee. W. M. Drown.
Walhalla, S. C.-adv.-40-lf.
-Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Richardson,
of Seneca, Route. 6, were visitors in
Walhalla last week, spending a short
while with Mr. and Mrs. John \Y.
Smith, The many Coonee friends bl
Airs. Richardson will bo glad to know
that si. . has ontlrely recovered from
her long and crions illness of last
summer and : now enjoying better
health than !>< 'oro her illness.
-Now goods received too late to
inter in our Xmas Saving Sale adv.:
Mon's bath robes, $5.95; men's anny
pants, straight bottoms. $1.95; and
mon's hats (job lot) only 95c. Dig
shipment of boys' school suits at
$4.45; extra large size scrap hundios.
$1.35; ladies' h od room slippers. In
all Hie wan tod colors, 95c. The Peo
ple's Dept. Store, Walhalla. "Better
goods for less."-adv.
- Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Hotrlck
and little son, who havo been in Phil
adelphia for several weeks, returned
to Walhalla last week to be with rel
atives until Christinas. Mr. Hetrlck
is at'present visiting his brother, W.
F. Hetrlck. of'Georgia, and Mrs. Hot
rick and son urn visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse C. Neville and other rela
tives here. Their friends are glad to
havo them among thom. They will
go to ?heir nowhomo atPrlncoton, W.
Va., nl the. first of thc new year.
- Plenty of good work mules and
horses to sell-worth tho) money
ci Hier for cash or good notes. Como
and see me. W. Al. Drown, Walhalla,
S. C.-- ad.-49-tf.
(Other Locals on First Page.)
] Bell's Drug Store,
\ -GIFT SHOP"
-for
Christmas.
( 4 5-51.
Look! Look!
POll SALK!
MV MOI STAIN HOME
at less than cost of Dwelling-102
Acres of Lund, Five-room Dwelling, j
(hive Porches? ?8 Acres open, bul-'
unco Original Forest; extra Ono :
Water; dully mull. Will tako best!
oller mude in next i!,*> days. Now is \
your chance of a Ufe-timo to.own j
your own Homo nf, less thnn cOst of ;
buildings. Send your oiler to
E. M. 10DO ENS, Owjior,
Route No. I, Box 55,
50-51* COLUMBIA, S. C.
MONEY Is a circulating medium. It circulates freely. It is
in your pocket to-tiny and in some other mu?i5s pocket to-anrorow.
NO MAN GETS AHEAD materially hy treing to hang on to
a circulating medium, for money of itself will not increase-you.
must buy something with it.
DEPOSIT YOUIt MONEY in a Hank mid you buy credit, ami
that credit wilt increase by tho interest on it. Keep adding to your
deposit, and your crotl.it continues to grow.
DON'T THY TO HANG on to mero money-it ls tho wrong;
system.
m
Walhalla, C,
?.-JA Vim J V .'.-i i:. 0?MU.Vlja>T?n?Hi;i ? ir. . A M. V.VJULM VUlinUBOOSK
1888
1922
Special for Christmas
WARDROBE TRUNKS, TRUNKS, V?LISES, ~ L
HAND BAGS, TOWELS, COUNTERPANES, *
LINEN DAMASK, HANDKERCHIEFS, AUTO
MOBILE LAP ROBES, WOOL BLANKETS,'
NECKWEAR, STETSON HATS, KID
GLOVES, Etc,
C. W. PITCHFORD,
WALHALLA, S. G. :
Gift Suggestions for
Ul. i l i i. Jt. Ki vv;v.v i
1
I
Electric- Toasters, Grills and Percolators, Sad Irons, Car
ving Sets, Cassaroles, Turkey Roasters,
Aluminum, China and Silverware; Pyrex Glassware,
Vacuum Bottles, Flashlights, Talking Machines, (a big jr
lot of Columbia Records to close out at. 40c, 2 1
records for 75c. *
Alarm Clocks, Safety Razors, Scissors and Shears,
Bicycles, Velocipedes, Toy Wagons, Kiddie Cars,* L
Wheelbarrows. |r
Air Rifles, 22 Rifles, Guns, Gun Cases, Hunting Coats,
Pocket Knives.
Basket Balls, Foot Balls, Tennis Racquets, Driving
Gloves.
Wc arc crowded with many useful gifts that we J*
have not room to mention. Call and let us help you
find your wants for the occasion.
BaMenger Hardware Co.
Seneca, S, C.
_)_
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
OHEDITOHS.
All persona indebted to tho Estato
Edmond Owona, Decoasod, aro here
by notified to mnko paymont to tho
undersigned, and all porsons having
claims against tho said Estato will
present tho samo, duly attostod,
within th? timo prescribed by law,
or bo barred J. J. OW IONS,
and E. ti. KIDDER,
Executors of tho Estato of Edmond
Owons, Deceased,
Doc. 13, 1922. \ 50-1
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
CREDITORS, x
All persons Indebted to tho Estato
of Adolino Whitworth, Decoasod, aro
heroby notified to make payment to
tho undersigned, and all porsons hav
ing claims against said Estate will
present the samo, duly attosted">wlth
In tho Hmo proscribed by law, or b
barred. MINNI IO SWINGER,
Administratrix of the Bata t? of Ado
lino Whitworth, Decoasod.
Doc. 13, 1022, r>0*1
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS)
ALL PERSONS nrc horoby notified^
and warnod not to trospnss In any
mnnnor, for the purpose of hunting f
or for any othor purposo whatsoovor,
on lands owned by mo or under my
control. Trespassers will bo doalt'
with according to law.
R. M. RICHARDSON, %
Seneca, s. (Tf Dec. ll, 1922.v4|
Doc. 13, 1022. GO-l
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