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The Star
SENECA, SOUT
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"THE WORLD'
(A PAUAMOU
ROUND ONE-Do ls branded
tho crool, cr<?ol world!
KOOK TWO-Ho is Gunboa
promo!
HOUND TU KEE-Ho is wino
do la Creme!
HOUND FOUR-Ho is knock
eye?!
AND THEN' - You'd hotter b
WI XS!
- AI,
Harold Lloyd Comedy
Monday, Dec. 25 J&
ONE CENT A WORD
(Small advertisements under
thia beading inserted at rate of
one cent a word per insertion.
Four insertions for price of
three.)
(NOTICE.-No advertisement ac
cepted for tills column for IJSS than
IK ccu tn, ono insertion.)
I HA Vii a New, Light Hand Power
Pea Huller to rent. W. O. WHITE,
Walhalla, S. C. _50"i'L_
F?ll SAldO-Bradley Kiding At
tachment for Walking Plows. Price,
$13.00. V. F. M A RT IN. 50*
FOR RENT OK SALE-House and
?Lot on Tugaloo street. Apply KO H
M AC AUL A Yj_W al halla, S^C._48-t f
WANTED-Wo aro in tho market
to buy good, clean Peas. E. C. MAR
ETT & SON, Westminster, S. C. lli-tf
~MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. II. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, 8. C._26-tl
FOR KENT - One One-horse and
ono Two-horse Crop. Apply .MRS. \V.
C. IV ESTER, Walhalla, S. C. Route
No. 8._4 9-5 0*
FOR SALE - Baby Carrlago, al
most now. For information apply at
COURIER OFFICE, Walhalla, S. C.
47-tf._
FOR SALIO.- Sovoral Mulos and
Horses. Prices right. Would trado
for cattle. W. J. SCHRODER, Wal
lmllaLS. C._4 1-tf
WATCH YOUR KOO BUSINESS
and make it profitable I offer for
salo 25 Celts, Shoats and Pigs. Can
make hogs for lalo killing. W. D.
MOSS, Walhalla, Jh_C._47-tf
FOR SALE OR RENT-Ton-room
Kcsldonco, suitable for boarding
house. Corner Tugaloo and Mauldin
Streets. For particulars apply lo
C. F. IIBTR1CK, Walhalla, S. C. tf
WANTED - Dogwood - Wo pay
? 10.00 per cord for Dogwood at
Westminster. CAROLINA HARD
WOOD CO. See J. S. Price for speci
fications etc. 1 1-17?-tf I
WA R V INO-ANSEL MOORE, my
son, under age, has left home with-]
out my consent. Any one hiring or
harboring him will bo dealt with nc-j
cording to law. JOHN B. MOORE,
Mountain Rest, S. C. 50-1?
OX ACCOUNT of low water and
Inability of power company lo fur
nish power, we will not run our gins j
on Fridays, until further notice, rho
WESTMINSTER OIL & FERTILI
ZER CO. 48-tf
1 IKE I .N'Sl'KA XCE.-W.O. White,
Agent, Walhalla, s. C., for National!
Liberty Insurance Company of Amor-)
lea, Of New York, X. Y.; also for the
Greensboro Insurance Co., of Qrcons-I
boro, X. Your patronage solicited.
50-1
SIX PER CENT MONEY.-Under
Rankers' Reserve System {'<r/o Loans
may bo seen rod on city or farm prop
erty, to hay, build, Improve or pay
indebtedness. BANKERS' RESERVE
DEPOSIT CO., 164S California St.,
Dcnvor, Colo. 17-2
I'OH SERVICE-Desi on earth
Thoroughbred Poland-China Hoar;
also Thoroughbred Jersey Bull. I nm
also In lile Dairy Business to SOI'VO
thc people nf Walhalla promptly with
Milk and Du: ter. W. W. FOWLER,
Walhalla, S. C., Rt ::. f,0-1+
NOTICE.-To tho People of Salem
and Community: On ....'?fonni of my
lion 1 lb and for other masons, 1 have
decided tn do only oir.ee practico In
tho future, i shall make no visits.
Those owing mo on old accounts will
please conic in and settle. Dit. s S
M ER OX EY, Salem. S. C. r,0-r, 1*
Pay
and
-Tote
Ge
i?ae Fancy an.
FRUITS,
an<
Give us a B
chases, v* V
every pufchi
money made.
111
Theatre
II CAROLINA.
D'E R?JED
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s CHAMPION"
NT PICTURE.)
N. G. by Dud and driven Into
t Williams, tho Fistic Artist Su
d and dined by Society's Cromo
cd all groggy by two Ulli Starry
c in a ring-side sent when HE
so -!
, "NEVER WEAKEN"
Tuesday, Dec. 20
WARNING!-All porsons aro here
by warned not to trespass on prop
erty of thc undersigned in any way.
MUS. E. M. DuPREE, Walhalla, S.
C._51*
CRUSHING-At my homo, every
Saturday-Corn, Velvet Beans; Corn
in or out of shuck; cobs; Cotton
Socd, etc. Ilavo your Pood crushod
and savo high-priced hulls and meal.
W. C. BURNSIDE, Route 2^ 51*__
LOST-Black Hound Dog; whito
spot on top of hoad; white breast;
whlto tip on tail; 12 months old. An
swers to name of "Frank." Finder
return lo NORMAN RIDLEY, Wost
Union, S. C., and got reward. 51*
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EAOll MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . 9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Hov. Timothy J. McGrath, Rector,
St. Joseph's Church,
East Earle and North McDufflo Sts.,
Anderson, S. C. *"
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-Hay, grain and foedstuff. J. H,
Alley, West Union, S. C.-adv.
-Just rocoived, car of fresh Dixie
Portland comont. W. M. Brown,Wal
halla, S. C.-ad.-49-tf.
-A nice showing of m "m's leather
toilet sets, cpllar bags, jewelry. Give
something useful. Tho People's Dept.
Store. "Dotter goods for less."-adv
---Mrs. L. R. VanDivioro, who has
been spending some time with rela
tives in Walhalla and West Union,
loft this morning for her homo In
Savaunah, Ga.
-A few ladles', misses' and chil
dren's coats, greatly reduced. Wo
must move then. The People's Dopt.
Store. "Better goods for less."-adv
-A nico electric Iron will make
tho wlfo an ideal Xmas present. Wo
havo thom. J. II. Alloy, West Union,
S. C.-adv.
-Our 10, 2f>, 35 and 75c. dolls
are tho talk of the doll trade. Walk
a block and save a dollar. 'Maynes
ruts tho price and sells tho goods."
adv.
-The many friends of Miss Leona
Kuhtman will regret to know that
Hbo has been quito sick for a weeli.
Wo arc glad to report, however, that
slit is improving.
-Plenty of 1C per cent acid for
all now; $10.25. W. M. Drown, Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.-13-tf.
-Candles, tree decorations, fruit,
candies, cards and seals. Norman's
Drug Store, Walhalla.-adv.
-Toyland! A wide range of toys
to pick from. Buy your Xmas gifts
hore-and "savo the difference." The
Peoplo's Dept. Storo. "Bettor goods
for less."-adv.
- Miss Carolyn Rogers arrived in
Walhalla Monday from Charlotte, X.
C.. to spend tho vacation period with
hor mother, MiYs. H. L. Hogers, and
|aniong other relatives and friends.
- A carload of good Hour at tho
same old prico. Flour is high, lt
will pay you to secure your Hour now.
.1. H. Alloy, West Union, S.C,-adv.
--Bedroom slippers for women,
men and children, in all the wanted
(colors. The People's Dept. Store.
["Better goods for less.".adv.
- Oranges and apples by tho box
aro cheap. Seo us for candles. Spe
Icia 1 prices for Xmas trees. C. W. &
J, 10. Bauknight.-adv.-"?0-5 I. ,
- Born, unto .Mr. and Mrs. Harry
H. Hughs, on Wednt-.dny, Dec. 13th,
a daughter. The little lady has been
named Leila Williams after ho)
grandmother on her mother's side.
SEE
o. D. Schumacher
.-AND
Ed. Snead.
d Staple Groceries
BUTTER, EGGS
i CANDIES.
id on Xmas Tree Pur
7G can save pennies on
tse, Pennies saved is
-Seo our ties. They are beauties.
Only 60c. and SOO. C. W. & J. B.
Bauknight, Walhalla.-adv.-50-61.
-Jerry Alerander, of Texas, is
visiting his brothers in Walhalla and
among othor relatives in the county.
-A real ?hoe sale in West Union!
Ono thousand pairs, all sizes, shapes
and colors. J. H. Alloy, West Union,
S. C.-adv.
-Specially solocted Une of dolls at
lowost nric^s ovor sold. Toys of all
descriptions at roasonablo prices, At
Norman's Drug Store.-adv.
-Bev. W. H. Hamilton has been
throatoned willi an attack of flu, wo
aro informed, but ls improving, to
tho delight of his many friends.
-If you haven't been lu Boll's
Drug Store you haven't'seen Xmas.
-adv.
-Plenty of 16 per cent acid for
nil now; $16.25. W. M. Brown, Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.-43-tf.
-Geo. M. Ansel was among those
suffering form flu the lattor part of
last wook. Wo aro glad to report that
ho ls greatly improved.
-Tho most beautiful assortment
of Xmas goods and loys In Walhalla
on display at Boll's Drug Storo.-adv
-I will trade thoroughbred Po
b.nd-Cbina and Duroc pigs for peas,
cane send and seed rye. Arthur
Brown, Walhalla, S. 0.-adv.-iS-tf.
-Wc aro roquested to announce
that there will bo a Christmas trpo
at Pleasant Ridge church on Dec. 2?
at 2 o'clock. Tho public ls cordially
Invited. A short program will bo
given by tho Sunday school.
-You can lind a gift for every one
-young or old-and you will ho sur
prised at tho low prlcos at Norman's
Drug Store, Walhalla.-adv.
-Yuletide greetings: We extend
to all our friends and patrons the
most hearty felicitations for a bright
and happy Christmas. Tho People's
Dept, Storo, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
-Sam N. Pitchford has been quite
111 for the past week, suffering from
an attack of flu. His nelce, Miss Bes
sie Mickler, who Is boarding at tho
Pitchford home, bas also been con
lined to tho home with tho same mal
ady. We aro glad to learn that both
are improving.
-Sensiblo people want quality and
good prices on Xmas goods. You got
both at Bell's Drug Storo.-ady. '
-Dolls Dolls! Don't you remem
ber what bargains you found on our
doll counter last Christmas? Walk
a block and savo a dollar. "Jaynes
cuts the price aud sells the goods."
adv.
-Supt. M. EC. Fort, of tho Wal
halla High School, is ono of the nu
moous flu sufferers of Walhalla. Ow
ing to his enforced absence from tht
school, togother with the indisposi
tion of soveral of the teachers, thc
school was vacated last Monday un
til after tho Christmas holidays. Wt
trust that all will he entirely recov
ered from thoir illness very soon.
-Hdkfs. in Xmas boxes-all kinds
-for men, women and children. /
good all-linen man's hdkf., for 50c
C. W. & J. E. lhutknlght.-^ft^v-50-?l
-A sbipmont of ladles' and chll
tl ron's outing gowns and men's nfght
shirts just received-S5c. and 95c
The People's Dept. Store. 3 "Bettei
goods for less."-adv.
-Mrs. J. J. Wyatt, of tile Eben
eser section, has returned to bei
home, aftor a very pleasant visit o
six weeks with her sons in .Raleigh
X. C. Mrs. Jamos Wyatt, Jr., and hoi
two little sons, Hiram and Edison
have also returned for the holiday
season. Aftor Christmas thoy will gt
to their home In llawklnsvlllo, Ga.
-We can stive you money on Ger
man-made dolls; also American dolls
Hell's Drug Store, Walhalla.-adv.
-A very seasonable suggestion
"Wnlkovor shoes" for men and wo
men..The People's Dept. Store. "Bet
ter goods for less.'' Homo of Walk
over Shoes.-adv.
-Li. M. Brown loft Sunday last foi
Xew York on the sad mission of at
tending the funeral of his mothor
bo having received a telegram Sat
urday evening announcing her doatb
Mrs. Brown was ti it t tc an aged lady
and on several visits here tb her soi
had made numerous frionds, wilt
Will regret exceedingly to learn o
her death.
-For Rent Tour brand now Ave
room bungalows; city water, electrb
lights and' all conveniences. Appl;
Arthur Brown, Walhalla, S. C.-adt
-It doesn't cost you anything t<
look and we know wo can save yoi
from IO to .".<> per cont on evory ar
ticle you buy from our Xmas good
assortment. Hell's Drug storo, Wal
halla. S. C.-adv.
- At a recent meeting of Bim
l?idge Hodge. No. !)2, A. I<\ Mf., tin
following oifieers woro fleeted ant
installed to servo for tito ensuini
Masonic year. K. I<\ Ritter; W. M.
G. !.. .huies. S. W.; J. S. Colley, J.W.
G. M. Ansel, Treasurer; W. O. White
Secrotnry; C. W. Pitchford, Jr., S.D.
II. Knyonsky, J. H.; C. W> Reid, S
S.? Goo, D. Schumacher, J. S.; Jobi
I". Schumacher, Tiler.
- Wc have a big stock of glovot
s woo tera and knit caps for tho cob
weather. C. W. & J. E. Sauknlghl
-ady.-60.-61.
-Now is tho tjme to buy buy you
Oliver ploWs. Get ready for tho fal
season. Buy the- Gonulno Oliver. W
M. Brown, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.-tf.
-Tho Star Theatro, Seneca, offor
for '.ho balance of this week and th
first, of next tho following program
Thursday, Dec. 21, John Gllbort ii
"Tho Yellow stain" and "Our Gang,
a two-reel comedy; Friday, boautlfu
Ethel Clayton in "Hxlt tho Vamp,
nlso Bathe News; Saturday) tho USUfl
Western features, sortais and com
ody. Monday, Dee. 26th, and Tues
day. Dee. 2Gth, Wallace Reit! an
Lois Wilson In 'Tho World Cham
pion"; also a Harold Lloyd comody.
- If you like good coffee, try Fran
co-Amprlcan and St. Regis-3-lb. ca
$ 1.25, 1 -ID. can 4 5c. C. \V. & J. V.
Bauknight, Walhalla. -ndv.-50-51.
-Wo aro propared to handle nu
Jtib of welding which you may hov
(...auk cases, cylinder hoads, sylln
der blocks, fonders, wator jackets
frames and automohllo housings o
all kinds. Arth r Brown, Wnlhallf
S. C.-atlV.-5i-U'.
Everybody on Tour 1
Candy for Chr
-Bedroom slippers for men and
women. C. W. & J. E. Bauknight.
adv.-60-51.
-M|rs. Frailees Hamlin, of Colum
bia, is oxpected in Walhalla to spend
Christmas with Mr. and 'Mrs. J. W.
Cur ney.
-Just received anothor shipment
of High Point buggies, .?ind will sell
them; worth the money. W. M.
Brown, Walhalla, S. C.-ad.-49-tf.
-Dr. Clymph, tho leading eye
specialist of Anderson, will bo hero
again next week. Seo his adv. in an
othor column.
-Mon-Our catalog tells how we
teach harboring quickly. Mailed free.
Moler Barber College, 192 Mariona
St., Atlanta.-ad v.-5 0-51*
-Mr. and Mrs. T. J. May and fam
ily, of Chattanooga,Tenn., aro spend
ing tho Christmas season with Mr.
and Mrs. F. P. Gurney..
- Wo have sold three Xmas ship
ments of Nunnally's and Hollings
worth'!! candies. Our fourth Xmas
shipment is here. Place your order
now. Boll's Drug Storo.-adv.
-Mrs. Janies Wilson loft last weok '
for Columbia, whoro sho will spend
tho Christmas holidays with her par
ents and among friends.
-Seo our silk, silk and wool and
wool stockings. They aro beauties
r?0c to $3.50. C. W. & J. E. Bauk
night, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.-50-51.
-Mrs. Frank J. Laughlin and lit
tlo daughter, Martha Florence, of
Omaha, Nob., aro visiting Mrs.
Laughlin's mother, Mrs. M. E. Hun
liIcutt, of tho Now Hope community.
.Mfrs. Laughlin ls pleasantly remem
bered boro as Miss Maud Hunnicutt.
-At Tho Star, Theatre, Walhalla,
on Tuesday, Dec. 2Gth, beautiful
Norma Talmadgo, in 'The Now Moon'
will bo tho special attraction. This ls
ono of her vory best picture*. Tho
management hope lo he favored with
libtral patronage. This is tho first of
a series of splendid features that aro
to ho run at Tho Star.
-Now is tho timo to buy stalk
cutters and fight tho boll weevil. Buy
tho kind that cuts stalks. Wo havo
the kind wo gunrantoo. W. M. Brown,
Walhalla, S. C.-adv.-49-tf. '
-Buy your flour now for next
year. You will pay moro In 1923.
Try our Croam Loaf and Bollo of
Broadway. C. W. & J. E. Bauknighl.
adv.-50-r)l.
Bting Your
Christmas
List to Us
OOK over our candy case*
Check over the names bf
family and friends and select
the proper package for each. Leave
us this list and your cards and we
will attend to delivery and mailing.
When you give Whitman's you
give more than mere candy. You
give the utmost in satisfaction and .
pleasure.
Examine the SAMPLBR
NUTS-CHOCOLATE COVERED,
SUPER EXTRA CHOCOLATES,
SALMAGUNDI, PLEASURE ISLAND,
and a host of other assort'
ments.
People's Pharmacy
The RpXALL Store,
Walhalla. $. C.
CHRISTMAS is a (imo of peace, cheerfulness and Rood will.
THOSE! WHO ARIO NOT AT' PEACE with the world-those'
who fail to And cheer-those who lack tho spirit of good will
aro usually those who are in iliinnclnl distress.
TH IO Y MAY HA VIO spent their money as lt cunio, instead of
puning it in a bank; they may have carried it about, or hidden lt,
and havo been robbed.
RHINO YOUR CASH surplus to our Rank mid start your ac
count now. Lot this Christmas bo an eventful day in your Ufo.
The Enterprise Bank,
Walhalla, S. C.
-Mr. and Mm. John j. Roedor
will leavo Saturday for Atlanta to
spend tho Christmas vacation period
with relatives and among friends.
- Pion ty of'good work mules and
horsos to Hell.worth tho money
either for cash or good notes. Como
and soe mo. \V. M. Brown, Walhalla,
S, C.--ad.-IO-tr.
i Ot lier Locri?rdn First Pago.)
- TpYLAND*.
TRIO LARGEST COLLECTION OF
TOYS AND GIPTH IN WALHALLA.
UKI THE KIDDIES.
Thc People's Dept Store,
"RETTER GOODS FOR LESS."

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