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(Small advertisements under
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one cent a word per Insertion, i
Four insertions for price of
(NOTICE.-No advertisement ac
cepted for this column for KWH titan
15 cents, ono Insertion.)
FOR SALK-One Kord Touring
Car; $ 1 GO. Seo ll. T. CKKNSHAW.
Walhalla, S. C._ 17-20
FOR SALK-Dur?e Jersey Pigs
and Frosh Milk Cows. Soo lt. A.
CRAIG, on farm near High Falls, S.
C. 16-19
FOR SALK-One pair Horses and
Wagon; one Hrlscoo Touring Car.
Cheap for cash or satisfactory secur
ity. It. T. JA YNES, Walhalla, S. C.
1 S-21
FOK SA 11K-Nancy Hall and Por
to Itico Potato Phillis for May and
.lune delivery at $1.50 per 1,000, l>y
express; hy pa reid post, $1.00 per
1,000. J. lt. McCLKLLAN, I lock ing
ham, Ca. IS-2?I*
WANTED- Man with team o?
anlo, lo sell our produc?s in this
county. Men and Women for city
sa les work also wanted, state wheth
er you prefer city or eounry work.
Mention lilis paper. McCONNON &
CO., Winona. Minnesota. 19-20*
l ill; SALK-Fodder and Wood.
1.00(1 handles Throe-hand Fodder,
$'l.u0 per hundred; four-foot Dry
Tine Wood, ? 1.00 per cord : cul in
sieve lengths, $5. 10 per cord, deliv
ered. M A UtM S Kl Ni i, Walhalla. S.
C., Ut. I. 18-21 *
Vol SH MIA, Women, over i v. for
Postal Mail Service; ? rjo per month.
Kxuininatlous May. Experience un
necessary. Ker tree particulars of
Instruction, write J. LEONARD, (for
mer Civil Service Exnminer,) 5 1 I
I0<| ni tn hie llldg., Washington, I). C.
IS - 21 *
\< ?TICK.-Warning.-The public
\f hereby notilied that my daughter,
KLM A LOWE, has left my home
against my wishes and without my
consent. All persons are hereby
warned and notilied not lo harbor
the said KLM A 1 .OW IO. under pain
of full penalty of Hie law. M. C.
LOWE, Salem. S. C., Ht. 1. 19-22*
Duroc Jersey.
Hill No. 185759; sire Cardinal
Orion No. 11 1259. Young and vigor
ous. Ready for service.
Walhalla, S. C.
.Muuldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.oo a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Madlin,
P. O. Hex 82, Anderson, S. C.
K \ Kill i s OF PYTHIAS.
There will ho a Regular Meeting
Of Walhalla Lodge, \"o. 157, Knights
of Pythias, al tho Masonic Temple
lo-morrow (Thursday) nigh! al S.nu
o'clock. Degree work will he done.
Every member urged lo ne present,
( Mia neel lor Com ma (?dor.
T li. SHELOR, K. of H. and S.
********** *********
.J? ?J? . J. . J. . J. ?f. ? J. . j. ?J? ?J. ?J. ?J? ?T? ??. ?J. ?J. ?J. ?J. .t.
Notice Our last gin day. May
lil, for this season. West Union Oil
Mill. adv. 18-19.
Rev. IO. P. Taylor attended the
Methodist District Conference at
Townville last week.
-Mrs. Whiteside, of Greenwood,
is .spending some lime with her Ino
Iber, Kev. W. H. Hamilton, and fam
- If yon want to buy a second
hand buggy, worth tho money, see
W. M Drown. Walhalla, adv.
Mrs. (?eorge (?arron, of Ashe
ville, X. C.. is visiting ber parents.
Mr. .md Mrs. \V. M. Alexander, this
IO. M. i m I're spent last Friday
and Saturday with relatives and
among friends ai his old home in
Mr .lohn H. Vernor, lr., <
Toorna, Ha.i spent several days i... i
week visit ing at l he home ot' Mr and
Mrs. John D Vernor, ne,ir Walhalla.
You have had trouble willi your
battery, hui it was not a Willard. Ono
Wi':'rd will end your battery trou
bles. Hughs Carago, Walhalla.-adv
Mr, and Mrs, M. R. McDonald
and children len this mor:..nr. for
Columbia, where they will be io
? vcr,il \? eeks visit lng at Hie li .
o? dis. McDonald's mother. Mrs.Kill
er* dge.
Mr, and Mrs. C. A. I lot rick en
tertained most delightfully at a
birthday dinner Friday of la.->t week,
in honor of Mrs, lletriek's brother,
Dick Riemann. Those who enjoyed
this pleas.mt ocr;.-ion were Misses
Eunice Macaulay, Mane and Fannie
l.flhcl, Elsie Kaufmann, and Messrs.
Klaren Diner. (Jay Cox and Teay il.
Hutchison. During the evening sov
ornl games of rook were enjoyed.
We are glad to know that out
voting friend, .1 ll. Alley, is now
numbered among ibo business men
of our community, he having re
cently purchased Hie business ot* .1.
F. Morton, of West Union, and is
continuing the hu sin es* on his own
account. Ile is a young man of abil
ity and energy, and we wish for our
yoting friend a fall measure of suc
cess. Mr. Alley and family recen I ly
moved from Anderson lo West t :i.
lon, where tiiev are residing.
-AU makes ?tendard sewing ma
chine needles at Moss & Ansel's,Wal
-C. F. Hotrlck returned tho last
of lust week from a business trip
- Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Carter
silent the latter part of last week
at Kock lilli, where they went to at
tend the Winthrop College pageant.
- Mr. and Mrs. John Carter, of
Gainesville, Ga., were visitors in
Walhalla for a short while last week
at the homes of Mr. Carter's sons,
Frank II. and Kalph C. Carter.
-Mrs. W. O. White spent last
week in Spnrtanburg, where she at
tended tho May Music Festival. Sh
was charmed with the entertainment
I afforded und greatly enjoyed the
Visit among friends.
For Sale-Loose hulls, fine, per
hundred. West Union Oil Mill.-adv.
I 8-10.
-There will Ix; a musical, given
hy pupils of Mrs. Julian Dendy and
tlu- High School Glee Club, at the
High School Auditorium on Thurs
day evening. May 19th, at 8. ?IO
o'clock. IQvory ono ls most cordially
invited to attend.
- Mrs. James C. Seaborn has been
in Westminster for the pest week
with her mother, Mrs. W. s. Prich
ard, who has been quito unwell. Mrs.
Pli el) a rd has many friends hore who
will lie /clad to learn thal her con
dition lias greatly Improved during
the past few days. We hope soon lo
hear ni' lier complete recovery.
-This is the year to buy an In
ternational riding cultivator \V. M.
Drown. Walhalla, sells them at re
duced juices.- adv.
W. o. White was in Rock Hill
IDr several days last week, al ; ? mini.:
thu Winthrop pageant, at Hie satin
limo visiting Iiis daughter, Mi .. ?MI
nue. wini is a student at Wini irop
,\l?-. White h.ul a titos! eujoaybl trip
meeting a number o? former n'a:
balla people, among them .. idlie>
.Adams and Ricppc Kinna un.
The many friends nf .1. |{. Ply
lei1 are pleased to see him in Wal
halla again, alter an absence ol' smiii
lime, ile has laen a member o? lin
faculty of Long Creek Acaw? m>
since he was "legislated out o? ot
lice" as attendance oillccr for IVo
nee. The Long * reek Academy las
week closed a very successful ses
Mrs. Ola Harton, wife ol' W. ll
Murt?n, ol' Walhalla Route :!. die?
on April J Ith. after a brief illness
The body was interred in the cent
etery ol' fairview church on th'
25lh, titter funeral services conduct
ed by Kev. ll. H. Hardy, of Seneca
Mrs. Hu rt on was a consistent mern
ber of Fairview Methodist ch uni
and was a consecrated Christian win
will be greatly missed in the hom
and In the church and by a wide cir
cb? of friends in her home comma
ni ty. Def ore marriage she was Mis
Ola Howen. of Anderson county. Sh
is survived by her husband and fou
children, three boys and one girl, al
of whom aro at home, and hy he
mother. Mrs. M. E. Hicks, who ha
been living at the Burton home wit
her daughter. There are many wh
will join with us in extending to th
bereaved ones sympathy in the!
The nlruction at Tlie Star Th.
aire for Thursday (to-morrow) i
beautiful Kdith Roberts, in '"Th
Cn kn o win Wife." On Tuesday o
nexl week. May IT. th'- charmin
Killel Clayton will ho ?he nltrnetio
ill The Ladder Ot' Lie-." |f you lik
good pictures see I hose I wo Man;
ger .lames Wilson li.is announce
that after this week Iiis theatre wi
he open only three limes a weol<
Tuesdays, Thursdays ami Saturday
lie has been compelled to lake th
stop owing io the falling off in 1>
receipts. Unusually good picton
have been run by The Star Theafr
and lhere will bo many lovers of ll
silent drama who will regrol tlie fm
that necessity compelled the closiii
of the theatre for more (han lhr<
days a week. Manager Wilson wi
resume the nightly schedule win
he feels that the patronage is sm
as to justify it.
Chas. G. Hurley, of Walhalla 1
!.'. I). No. I. is at Clemson laking
special agricultural course. Mr. Hu
ley is one of our progressive youl
fa l iners and is using some very a
va need methods in his farm wei
near Walhalla. We are triad lo 1)0
that li" is seeking further scion 111
knowledge io apply to his agrien
(ural pursuits. Mr. Hurley has hoi
for several years in the West, who
he absorbed much from practical ai
intimate association willi agrici
tore. We regard him as one ni n
best informed young farmers, ai
his hip to Clemson for the purpo
of acquiring other knowledge ls e<
dence nf Hie truth nf the nfl ma
remark thai ono mus! first km
enouuh In realizo one's need-of cn
I i II II I mr in learn, Tho fellow w
think-; he "know?! 't all" inns' Uki
knows very lin!" I h on ft h M won
lie hard in convince him nf 'h it i'a<
- The boSI is Hie cheapest, a
that is the Willard. Hughs Garai
Walhalla. ..Iv.
Keep a wa 1. li 1er ; he Redpa
(ila ii i a mi na announcements, nh,
will appear in the Courier ir?
\s eek in week nm il May IHK ll, w li
one ni Hie ll II cs i entertainments il
has ever been brought to Walha
will begin, rhe entertainments w
he daily and nightly from the _'i
to the ?'.Isl of (his month. The mi
lageilieill slates thal they will uni
positive thal every feature of t
Chautauqua this year will he sup
lol" lo last year, hut if it is possi!
it will he. Some ol' Hie HllOSl tah
employed hy this great entena
moni organ I /.nt I on has been allon
lo Walhalla I hi.- year. There is 1
one Redpath Chautauqua organ!
linn, (hough there are others w
name? similar enough to become ci
fused in the minds of some with
' lt was the Redpath Chautauqua tl
captivated the people of Walha
'and Oconee last year, lt will ho
i Red pa Hi people who will visit w
halla ibis month Josi keep th
facts well in your mind, \*0 ono
over ' stung" on a Redpath prod
- (?b? "fl have been tried ?
found wanting. The Willard halt
never fails. Hughs Garage, Wall
-Mrs. C. O. Williams, of Colum
bia, is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Brown.
-Lost - String o? pearls, some
where on streets of Walhalla. Finder
please return to Courier office and
receive reward.-adv.-*
-The Parsonage Aid Society
quilting, Walhalla Methodist churoh,
has been postponed, but the society
will moot Thursday (to-morrow)
afternoon at 3.30 o'clock with Nlrs.
A. 1'. Crisp.
- Wo are requested to announce
that there will be a reunion at W.
J. Huskamp's on the 20*h of May
to cel?bralo tho 86th birthday of
Mrs. E. J. Morgan. All friends and
relatives are Invited lo attend.
-Mrs. Cleveland McKenzie, of
Asheville, N. C., has been spending
a few days in Walhalla with her par-!
cuts, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Alexander.
She was joined Sunday by Mr. Mc
Kenize, who spent the week-end
- -Married, on Sunday, May Sib, i
Miss /.onie Kelley and Frank Reid,
both of Wallalla. The young couple
have the good wishes of a host of
friends. The ceremony was perform
ed hy James H. Hunnlcutt, notary:
-"Sand." the illiteracy play, will
be presented at the Seneca High
School Auditorium on Friday even
ing, May I3tlt, al 8 o'clock. Tho pro
ceeds will go to the support of aa
organizer of adult school for Illit
erates in Oconco county.
Miss Eva Cleveland, of Bridge-1
port, Conn., stopped over in Wal
halla with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. (?ran:
the pas: week, she was oil lier way
lo visii relatives al Highlands, N.
C., where she will remain until Juin
1st, when she will return to her home
in Bridgeport.
I'rof. W. S. Morrison, ?if Clem
son College, will bo at the Salem
Methodist church on Sunday after
noon. May 1Mb, ill 3.30 o'clock and
will deliver an address on "Chris
tian Education." On Sunday, May
22d. Prof. Morrison will speak at
Double Stirings. The public is cor-!
dially invited io attend both these
Sam Dearden, of near Richland,
is again carrying his watch, which
he found a few days ago in the'field
where lie lost il while at work in
tho fall of 1!M!>. The walch was
plowed under and stayed in tho
ground for eighteen months. It looks
to be in as good condition and runs
as well as it did at the time lt was
lost. The watch is an Elgin, flfteen
jewel movement, the works beinp
"housed" in a 20-year gold filled
- lt will be decidedly to the ad
vantage of all to purchase season
tickets for the Redpath Chautauqua,
Walhalla, May 2(ith to 3lst, inclu
sive. The price of the season tickets
is $2.li). Some of the single attrac
tions cost, almost, half the price of a
season ticket, (let your tickets as
soon as they are put on sale. B. P.
Armstrong, the 21-day advance agent
for the Chautauqua, was in Walhalla
last week, and he assures us that tie
1921 Chautauqua program is botUr,
if possible, than was the 1020 pn
gram. ' Jr
-Frank Petty s homo in the Oak
drove section was totally destroyed
by Ure last Monday morning. Mr
Petty was in Walhalla al l he timo
of tho blaze, only his wife and chil
dren hoing at tho house. Nothing
was saved from the building, and no
insurance was carried. The family
wore gelling ready to move into a
new home, which Mr. Potty had just
erected, but nothing had been moved
to the new place when the lire oc
curred. The loss In household uoods
and provisions was considerable, as
Mrs. Polly and tho children were
unable to do anything toward sav
ina things from tho building after
the (lames were first noticed.
-Considering the great and effec
tive work that has already been ac
complished by the Salvation Army,
and realizing tho increasing burden
and demand for extended services,
Walhalla has been asked lo raise a
reasonable sum of money for the
maintenance of this work. On Sat
urday, May 2 1st, an intensive appeal
will be made to the people of Wal
halla, and. depending upon the
unique interest for this great and
most worthy cause, it is expected
that the response will be most grat
ifying. We need the Salvation Army
activities in Oconee county, and it is
a duly and a privilege of every citi
zen, who is able to contribute, to
come lo the rescue of this most wor
thy cause.
Tho Woman's Auxiliary of the
Walhalla Presbyterian church held
a reception in Hie church parlors
last Thursday afternoon ill honor of
Miss Francos Slrlbllng, thc beloved
missionary lo China, who wein lo
Ibo mission Hold from this church.
An entertaining and impressive pro
gram bad been arranged. There wore
vocal selections by Mesdames Cur
lioy and .lillian Dendy, which were
beautifully rendered. A pa genii I
was presented by the boys and girls
of ibo junior dopartmenl of the
Sunday school. This feature added
much to i be occasion, the young poo
ple acquitting themselves willi great
credit. Mrs. F. E. Harrison read an
interesting letter from Miss Slrlb
llng. addressed to Ihn ladies of the
church, which was greatly appreci
ated. The program completed, ma
terial for making dainty ll.He
books was distributed among the la
dies, and for more than an hour all
were busily engaged willi needle und
scissors. The articles made will he
sent lo Miss Slrlbllng lo be used by
ber as Christmas gifts for Hie Chi
nese girls in whom she ls HO deeply
interested. During the informal part
of the afternoon delicious sandwiches
and iced tea M "o served by Hie
young girls o ie Sunday school.
This gathering ill honor of Miss
Slrlbllng has been held annually
since her departure, by the ladies of
this church, who cherish an abiding
Interesl in her and ber work, and
feel honored that ono nf their num
ber, in Hie primo and beauly of
young womanhood, has given herself
in 'lie noble cause of education In
('ll i na
Vtlenlion is directer! lo Hie new
advertisements of The Pee Hive, of
Seneca, I. E. Harper, Proprietor, and
There remain a few moi
low prices on Men's anc
avail yourself of this opj
days to do so. After th
and it is to your advants
Men's Clo
All-Wool Serge Suits fo
servative styles,in Blue,Brc
$25.00 values. You can't a
ford to pass it off, only . .
$30,00 Men's Snits, consis
Men's Models, all-wool
good patterns. Come in
and see them, at only . ?
$40.00 Men's Fine Suits
French Serge, in Blue and
will be very proud to buy
one of these Suits, at only
Any Dres
Any Dress Shirt, from
Cent added to a purcha
Buy Two Di
On Frida
Rlumcnthnl. ot' Westminster, both
ot whom are milking some extraor
dinarily attractive offerings, oilier
j'announcements of .special interest
aro the Lank statements of thc banks
of Oconee, among which will bc
noted that of the Hank of West
Union. This is the first statement
published by the new bank, which
began business .lan. 1. 1921. At the
close of business April :.'Sth. the new
bank's total figures show at $109,-]
948.57-a remarkably good show
ing, we think, for an institution of
only four months' activity. T ic Hank
of West Union is proving a great
convenience to many people and is
supplying a need that has been long
felt by the citizens of our little
neighbor town.
-The many friends of Mrs. .1. T.
Miller, of Greenville, will regret to
learn of her death, which occurred
in that cri ty on Friday, May G. Mrs.
Miller was well known in Oconee.
having been before marriage Miss
Sallie floaty. She was born at iva.
Anderson county, hm moved when
quite young to Oconoo, and lived in
this county for about forty years.
She was married in 1Sf>2 to .1. T
Miller, and to this union one child
was born, who is now Mrs. Haskell
Phillips, of Greenville. Mrs. Miller
was in her (Ililli year, having been
horn Nov. 27th. ls.VJ. She had
been in tailing health for some time,
and her death was not unexpected,
she is survived hy her husband and
daughter, Mrs. Phillips above men
tioned, and four stepchildren Mrs.
.1. C. Knox, ot' Wes! I'nioti: Mrs
Haul Rallonger, ol' Atlanta. Ca.; Mrs.
Milburn Smith, as Faslalolle, (?a.,
and ArchehlUS Miller, ot' W est I nion.
One brother. .1. M. Heatly, of Wal
halla, survives to mourn her death.
Resides these there are numerous
others to sorrow at her passing.
Tile flourier joins With hosts of
friends of the deceased in extending
to the bereaved ones sincere sympa
thy in their sorrow. Mrs. Miller was
a most excellent woman, and will he
sorely missed in the home and by a
wide circle of fMends.
--Memorial Day was liltingly ob
served by the .people ol' Walhalla
yesterday morning, when i large as
semblage gathered at the High
School Auditorium. Speeches were
made by W. A .Strother. Capt. S. K.
Dendy and M. ll, McDonald. Mrs.
Wade C. Hughs sang most beauti
fully "The Homespun Down." and
little Fl i/.a holli Hughs, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry lt. Hughs, re
cited most touchingly "The Con
quered Hauner.'' she was accom
panied softly on Hu' piano by Miss
Rhodes, music instructor at the Wal
halla High School, 'Tenting on the
Old Camp Ground" was sung by i
male chorus. Al the close of the ex
ercises tho children of the school
went in a body to the different cern
re days for you to take advantage of our unusually
I Boys* Suits, and if for some reason you couldn't
jortunity before now, you still have a few more
is week prices will go back to the regular values,
ige not to put off your purchase for a Suit any longer.
r Men, con
)wn and Gray,
ting of Young
material and
>, in all-wool
Gray, You
Boys' Clothing
A splendid lot of Cashmere Suits that
your boy will be proud to wear one pf.
They are $12.50 values, A
few more days going at only
All-wool Serge Suits and some fancy
Cashmere Suits. Were selling at $14,50.
Going for the balance of this *j A ty
week, at. ' ?
Regular $18.50 Boys'?Suits, in Wool
Cheviots and real Fine French Serge, A
good chance for those that like to dress
nice and snappy. Suits, at C Q 95
only. <4>0*
s Shirt in the Store foi
(1) CENT!
thc lowest to the highest price, will be sold at One
se of any one Shirt in the store at the regular price.
ress Shirts at the Price of One
y and Saturday Only.
Make Every Field HogHght
Good Fencing protects your live stock and growing crops.
Atter harvest you can pasture fields as desired. From year
to year you can rotate crops scientifically. In fact, good fenc
ing is essential to modern, profitable farming.
Pittsburgh Perfect"
Electrically Welded Farm Fencing
helps put farming on a business basis. It puts fields
entirely under your control, enabling you to farm
them most profitably.
There ore heights and designs of "Pittsburgh Perfect" fencing
for every farm purpose. It is a perfected fence of uniform
high quality, and every rod guaranteed. Thc electrical .weld
snakes it a one-piece steel fabric of great strength and dura
bility. Sec us for your fencing, barbed wire, staples, etc.
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
dorios to pince Horn I offerings* on
Hu' graves of Ihe Confedemto donn".
As they roached iii?? Con fedora (o
inonu ?neut in .Main sired I hoy
strewed Howers at ils hase. The
montimcnl had boon bonullfnlly dec
orated witll tho Confederate colors.
A touching inciden) occurred fit tho
Lutheran cemetery winn Mrs. J. W.
Itnnkln, at the. request of Capt. S. K.
Dendy, placed flowers on tho groves
of two Union soldiers whoso bodies
rest in St. John's, thus showing that
in the ?raves of lho.se bravo mon
who fought for what they consid
ered right is buried all feeling of
enmity and animosity.
At the mooting of tho members
of the Ocnernl Assembly with the
County Supervisor and his hoard of
advisers las! Friday it was agreed
by Hie Assembly mein hors that they
would make arrangements for the
securing of thirty thousand dollars
additional, to be added to tho gen
eral funds of tho county, but not ap
plicate to Ihe road funds entirely.
lt was pointed out by Supervisor
Shockley, wo are informed, thal Ihe
amount specified, after retaining for
Ibo different funds sulllclonl amounis
io meet ordinary expenses, lhere will
he little loft ol' (be :?II.IMIII for tho
prosecution of road work. Mr. shock
ley figured it out I lia I hr could pos
sibly operate Hie chain gnng ami do
road work during May and .lune on
tho balance thal will he left of tim
$30,000 after meeting the other de
mands on this fund, and thal after
(ho close of nexl month he will very
likely have to "close np shop." Tho
situation is very much as it has boon
for some time, and plans laid will
hnvo to bc curtailed this year to an
uncomfortable extent. However. Mr.
Shockley has staled to friends that
he intends lo do lao very hes! ho cnn
for as much territory as possible in
various sections of tho eountv while
(be limited funds that will he at bis
j command bold out. We understand
thal Representative Fl ru CO was in fa
vor of naming $."?0.000 as tho sum
. o provide for the Supervisor, hut
, Messrs. Mason and Dalton favored
?holding the amount down to $30,000
and that was the sum desigualed as
making efforts to secure. Ibis to bo
for addition to funds for general

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