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CONEROSS AND COMMUNITY.
Flu Patients Improving ?A- Program
for Mooting-Other Items.
^Cone'ross, Dec. 18.--rSpoelal: Ow
ing to the weather there was no Sun
day school at Coneross on Sunday, lt
had boen the purpose it the school to
elect officers and teachers fdr tho
coining year.vThe election will proba
bly fake place next Sunday. So lot
?Very teacher and scholar como, and
' let us put in those. officers who will
be best for our Sunday school for the
year 1923. W. F, Haynes, who has
been our superintendent for the past
year, bas made' au enthusiastic' and
efficient worker, and tho school bas
boen successful under his leadership,
and we feel that wo will do well to
re-elopt him for the coming year.
The children of this community
are counting tho ddys until Christ
inas, and we doubt not that this week
will seem like a very long ono to
'thom as well as tho grown-up poople.
The youngsters aro looking forward
this year to the coming'of Old Santa
In his flying machine.
Miss Jessie Barker, who has been
confined to her. homo for tho p^st
week, ls ablo to take up her work as
teacher at Blue Ringo again this
Miss Lucy Patterson, who has boen
with bor sister, Mrs. Lostor Alexan
der, here for a few months, left last
"Wednesday for Ninety-Six.
Stanley and Robert Morgan, of
Plckens, were welcome guests of J.
?C. Barker last week.
Mrs. L.'A. Cleland .and children,
Morris and L. A., Jr., wore guests nt
the homo of Henry Hesso and wife,
Miss Beulah Barker entertained
last' Tuosday evening in honor of her
Sunday school class tho Baracoas. A
few guests out of tho community
wero Miss Thomas, of Oak Grove;
Stanley and Robert Morgan, of Plck
?ens, and Messrs. Elrod and J.S. Good
man, of Clemson.
Quite a number of our people have
been suffering from tho influenza, for.
the'past week or two. Among those
are Mrs. E. C. DuBoso, Melton and
Carl DuBoso, Victor McDonald Miiss
Edna McDonald Mr. and Mrs. T. D.
. Barker, Misses Lottie and Jessie Bar
leer and Tbodo Ah' ott, Mrs. W. F.
Haynes and children, Ophelia",- Wil
liam and Virginia; J. B. and Robert
Dllworth. Tboro are soveral others
.of tho Blue Ridge pupils. We aro
glad to note that the patients are
getting along nicely, and at present
.no one ls seriously ill. Wo hopo that
they will all Boon be up again.
Tho regular meeting of the R. A.'s
will bo held next Saturday at 10.30 a.
m. Let evory member ho present.
Mr. and Mrs. Lin Duckworth, of
.Coneross; W. M. Murphree of Wolf
Stake and Mfrs, Mary Murphree of
Westminster, spent last Monday and
Tuesday with their daughter and sis
ter, Mrs. Dolah White, of Greenville,
who has been quite Ul for some Hmo.
\ They also at .uncled the burial of Mrs.
White's babe oi?. Tuesday at the same
Tho Blue Ridge School Association
will t old U h sub r ral St Ibo
There are gifts
and the price
Thc Home of SAM*
Xmas Toys herc, an
school bundine next Friday after
uoou at 3 o'clook. The pupils will
rortder a Christinas program, . after
which the school will dismiss for tho
J: C. Barker.spent a short while
with his brother,' S. J. Barker, of Cai
honn, one day last week.
Wo are sorry to announce the seri
ous illness of Grady. Smith, of ?this
community. He ls suffering from an
attack of appendicitis, and his phy
sicians are expecting to operate this
morning. We hope to hear encourag
ing news from him soon, and that his
operation will prove successful.
Mrs. Hattie Alexander was a spend
the-day guest of her sistor, Mrs. S.M.
Gambrell, of Westminster, one day
Claude, the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. Keith Alexander, who has been
quite ill for tho past week, ls very
. Mpss Nina Abbott, ot. Isaqueona,
spent Saturday and Sunday with her
homefolks here, and Miss Lena Ab
bott, who is teaching at Salem, was
a recent visitor, here. She was ac
companied by several of her friends
from Salem, among them being Mr.
Murphy, principal of Salem . school,
and Miss Pearle Chastain.
Let everybody be present at Con
eross at preaching next Saturday and
Sunday at ll a. m.
Mrs. Eulous Smith, of West Union,
spent some time last week with her
father, J. D. Abbott.
Mrs. Julia Arve was a guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Rothell,
of Toccoa, Ga., last week.
Mrs. Mary Miurphy, of near West
minster, made a short visit to rela
tivos here last week.
Owing to the bad woathor and to
sickness in the community,, wo wore
unable to hold our B.Y.P.U. meetings
for tho past two Sunday nights. Wo
wero expecting to hold our elections
for officers next yoar. This will:prob- *
ably take place at tho next B.Y.'P.U.
meeting. Our present president, W.
T. Alexander, is a very enthusiastic
worker, and we will do wbl? to secure
his services for the ensuing year.
Following ls the program to be
rendered by the .B.Y.P.U. on next
Sunday night: (1) Hymns, "Joy to
tho World" and "Hark, the Herald
Angels Sing"; (2) Prayer; (3)
"Holy Night"; (4) Scripture lesson,
Miss Lena Abbott; (?) Introduction
by group captain, Colie Abbott; (6)
''Baptist Church of To-day-1, Our
churches are great world forces and
(2) The churches of our day must
also be reckoned among tho great
teaching forces," by W. T. Alexander;
(7) Third, "Tho churches of our day
aro also a vital factor in social prog
ross, and, 4th, The churches of our
day, as In all ages when they have
been true to their calling, aro great
spiritual forces," by W. F. Haynes;
(8) Special music; (9) "Why not
purpose to give your lifo to work of
tho church?" by Miss Ora Arve; (10)
"If we do this, we shall havo to train
for church membership," hy Clarence
Peal; (ll) "What shall this train
ing consist of?-1st,.wo should have
an intelligent knowledge of the Bi
ble, and 2d, we must have some
frail Jug tn th?? practice of tho??o
is fast ap]
of your h
$ here for every one.
*s reduced to the
?g .at* <M
Bath Robes, E
Silk Shirts, Si
Scarfs, Kid Gl<
tons, Chain an
TA CLAUS. Buy your
d "Save thc Difference/'
phases ot Christian work which we
shall have to undertake," by Miss
Jessie Barker j (12) -'Opportunities
for training," Miss Nina Abbott;
Ocon.ee Cotton statistics.
Seneca,1 Dec. 19.-rSpocIal: A tab
ulation bf tho cotton "ginning statis
tics for Oconeo show? that there wore
14,403 bales ginned in Oconeo from
tho crop of 192 2 prior to Dec. 1st,
1922, as compared With 20,890 bales
to Dec. 1st, 1921. )
j y John C. Sanders,
4 ? Special Agent.
SubBdr^he for The Courier. (Best.)
MY MOUNTAIN HOME,
nt less Ulan cost of Dwelling-103
Acres of Land, Five-room Dwelling,
titree Porches; 28 Acres open, bal
anco Original Forest; extra lino
Water; daily mall. Will take best
offer made in next 25 days. Now is
your chanco of a life-time to own
your own Homo at loss than cost'of
buildings. Send your offer to- ,
E. M. EDGENS, Owner,
Route No. 4, Box 55,
50-61* COLUMBIA, S. C.
Rest Glasses Relieve Eyestrain.
Of Anderson. S. C.,
Thc Old Reliable
-WILL BB AT
Norman's Drug Store,
Walhalla, S. C.,
One Day Only-Tuesday,
Anderson Bros/ Drug Store,
Westminster, S. C.,
One Day Only-Wednesday,
A PAIR OP GLASSES FOR
YOUR EATHER, MOTHER,
HUSBAND, WIPE, BRO
THER, SISTER, SON OR
1) A U G H T E lt WOULD
MAKE A MOST ACCEPT
ABLE CHRISTMAS RP?S4
proaching! This Gr
Lere are only six mc
i selected gifts for t
lay and see the love
"Spirit of Christina;
iate Gifts for Mea
?edroom Slippers, Wool Socks
Ik and Knit Ties, Handkerchiefs
yves, Sterling Silver Buckles anc
Gloves, Kum-A-Part Cuff But
id Knife Sets, Toilet Sets, Coila;
7or the convenience of our
Rowiionably priced. ^ Ladies' Rendy-to-Wear greatly re
ducod l'or Holiday Selling. ^ Men's and Boys' Clothing at
, Soo Uto many di U ni on t kinds of
TOWMIK v.-Mch wo have carefully
1 ? elected . and assembled for your
choosing. Wide range of prices,
too. teach $i.25, Si.00,.85c, 75c.,
50c, 4Kc, SOC., 25c, ifla
McJ and ... ir..I Ubi
Ladles' French K*d Gloves-Pair
Mon s Kid and Undressed Kid
' G love)-?Brown or Gray
Boys' and Girls' Gloves from
25c. *? 75c.
FINE PARASOLS, $2.50
Ladies' liain-proof1 Covers with
Bakaiiie Handles and Amber-tip
pied Kills and Post. Handles unsort
ed Styh's-?I dozen of those-Spe
cial at- Eu eh
lon's, Women's and Children's
Kai'? Kbhcs at
$2.50 T $5.00
in's Turo Linen Handkerchiefs,
Ladies' Lbvm Hand
kerchiefs-Each 15c. and.
Ladies ' Silk Handker
chiefs from 10c. to.
Ladies' Shamrock Unen
Ladle. Colton Handkeiv
cliicifs-r- JOach ne. and ....
Men's initial Handker
chief sr-Boxed-50c. and.
Men's' f i cmstltched Hand
kerchiefs, 5c. and.'.
Mon's Scarfs in Non-Stretch nhl o
Brushed Wool, Mercerized and Silk
Men's Knit Ties, Cut Silk Ties and
Non-wrinklo Silk and Wool Ties.
Wonderful values at
Each-50c, 75c. and.. .. vp I U
Mon's and Boys' Belts, Detachable
Initial Buckles and Plain Oxidized
Buckles- CM A fl
Each, 25c, 50. and.?P I lUU
l?uro Linen Damask
Sot ose. to.
Sot $1.00 and.
Ladies' Wool Sport Hoso
Pair 50c. to.
Ladies' Cotton Hoso
Mon's Silk Socks
85c. up to.
Men's Wool Sport Socks
50c up to.
Men's Cotton Socks
10c up to.
llig variety Baby Blank- Q-f QC
nts at Ooo., 85c, $1.00. . .$ i
x BIG STOCK
SWEATERS, SHIRTS AN1> HATS,
BLANKETS, BEDSPREADS AND
MANY OTHER THINGS SUITA
BLE FOR GIFTS.
All Ladies' tliis-scason Suits at real
Clear-away prices-Suits from
75 ^ ^ $24.50
Ono rack of about 25 Ladies' Styl
ish Coats-Brown, Medium Brown
and Blue. An assorted lot-one
and two of a kind-Values up to
$20.00-Your choice at
Other lots Ladies' Heavy AH-Wool
Coats--Prices grouped on separate
racks for your easy choosing, at--?
$9.75 TO $19.75
ALL LADIES', COATS,
DRESSES and SUITS in
Big End of Year Sale.
Ono lot Ladles' Dresses, OA QC
up to $0.50 valuo-Each.?pH-i??
Ono lot of Ladies' Wool Drosses,
Values up to $10.00- 0J7 TTE
Prico now.yl il v
Ono lot of 'Ladles' Wool and Silk
Drosses-Values up to OQ 7C
$13.50-Each.^ U 11 ?
Two7 other lots of Drosses grouped
for choice- Values up to $2i).50
$13.75 ANl) $19.75
Reduced for Holidays.
MEN'S $12.50 SUITS
and OVERCOATS . . .
MEN'S $15.00 SUITS
mid OVERCOATS ...
MEN'S $18.50 SUITS
and OVERCOATS . . .
.MEN'S $22.50 SUITS
and OVERCOATS . . .
MEN'S $25.00 SUITS
and OVERCOATS . . .
MEN'S $30.00 SUITS
and OVERCOATS . . .
MEN'S $35.00 SUITS
and OVERCOATS . . .
J. E. HARPER, PROP.
SENECA, S. C.
ti ?... mr:my, : :.:VF>
eatest of Days in the calendar of time will soon be
>re days! Are you ready for this beautiful occasion?
bose whom you hold dear to ;$four heart? Visit our
?ly Gifts now on display. The entire store is radiant
s," and we are ready to assist you in the settlement
.... ..Ul?. ? u
?TOT J H PURCHASES
OUR CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT
is one of the features of the display. Our excellent store
service is a still greater feature, and we are complexly
ready courteously waiting to serve you.
Useful Gifts for Women.
Fine Kid Gloves, Fur Neck Pieces, Bath Robes,
Silk Scarfs, Brushed Wool Scarfs, Handker
chiefs, Blouses and Waists, Wool and Silk
P&kz?& Hosiery, Work Baskets, Bedroom Slippers,
Sweaters, Beaded Bags, Boudoir Caps.
DS POR LKSS"
customers. Store will be
for this week. *?
Two Good Reasons,
c Why you sh uld buy your Christmas
Footwear here: Reason No, J-We are now
showing all the latest styles. Reason No. 2-We
can save you money on your shoe bill?