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Friday and Saturda
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lOO pieces Pure Whit<
This is less than 1
(Small advertisements undor
this heading inBorted at rate of I
ono cent a word ncr Insertion, j
Four insertion:) for price of j
threo. )
(NOTICIO.-No advertisement ac
cepted for (his column for IJMH than
itt cents? one insertion.)
WANTER-Beef Hides. Chickens
and Eggs. Will pay cash. lt. I?. OEL
Klilts, Walhalla, S. C. :A\-:\\\ *
FOR SA I,M-One Jersey Milk Cow.
o. I. c Pigs resiny for delivery? ('
P. WALK Kit. W? (halla, s. C. 35-tf j
PO lt SALIO-COAL-Delivered for
$lo.no n ton, cash. IIKTUICK 1IOS
110 lt Y MILL, Wa i ha I In, S.C. 32-tf
I-OK SA LIO-Infants" Socks, per
pair se. IIETRICK li OS 1 KUY M ILL,
Walhalla. S. C. :!2-tf
.MON 10Y TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Las ils. lt. 10. BRUCE, Pick-|
ens, S. C. 26_tL_
COK SALIO - Cotton Dicking
Sheets, new Burlaps, so x so inches,
?Oe. each. J. C. KAM I'LIO Y. West
Union, S. C. 35-tf
FOR SALIO - Ono Horse, four
Mules, two One-horse Wagons, one
Two-horse Wagon, two Automobiles.
For cash or on easy terms. T. IO.
ALEXANDER, Walhalla, S. C. 35-tf
FOR SALIO-Fine Jersey Cow. (a
4-gallon animal,) 8 years old; also
line Jersey Heifer 2 years old and
'Black Jersey Heifer I year old, and
:t Reef Yearlings. L. J. SCHULTZ,
West Union. Route 1. 315 ?
WARNING-The parties who carno
out from tho picnic at Flat Shoals
Sunday and stole an auto tube and
broke down my wife's Howers and
did other mischief, come and mako
reparation at once. S. A. TOW, Wal
halla, S. C., Ronlo 2._36*_
Flinn with adequate buildings there
on, in tho Wolf Slake community,
near school and church. Formerly
belonged lo Karie Kelley. io. P.
TAYLOR. Methodist Preacher. Wal
halla, S. C. 35-38*
LOST-Small bunch of Keys with
tag attached; ..(!. IO. Rhodes, Wal
halla. S. C.." on lag. Lost on roads
between Walhalla, Seneca Townvillo
and Westminster. Sunday. Aug. L'S.
Finder please return lo Courier of
llce. Walhalla. 35
CLERKS, ( Men, Women,) over IT,
for Postsil Mail Service; $130 month.
Exa mi na I ions September. Experi
ence unnecessary. For free particu
lars write J. LEONARD, (former
civil Servie ? Examiner,) 51 I Equita
ble Bldg. Washington, D. C. 33-36"
Muuldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .0.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Revorond Thomas J. Mackin,
P. O. Box 82. Anderson. S. C.
There will be a Regular Meeting
of Walhalla Lodge, No. 67, Knights
of Pythias, al tho Masonic remple
to-morrow ( Thursday) night al s.:;u
o'clock. Every member urged lo bo
present. etoo. M. ANSEL.
Chancellor Commander.
T. B. SI 110 LO lt. K. Of lt. and S.
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. J . ?J? ? J? ?T? ?' . I?*-. ?J? ? J? ?J? ?J? ?t? ?J? ?J . ?J 4 ??? ?J? ?J? ?t? ?J?
Roy stewart will be the attrac
tion at ibo Si.ir The.Hie Thurslny
(lo morrow l. Sept. Sill. Those who
Olljoy a gOOd Western pic! Ul i- well
played cannot tail lo be entertained
I?' Roy Stewart.
T. F Lillie w.is last week sent
lo tho Oconee chain gang for a period
of 3d d ivs on commitment sifter con
viction before (he mayor of Seneca
on a charge of carrying a concealed
weapon. Little and bis brothel- were
arrested by Policeman Williams, of
Seneca, on a charge of passing worth
less checks One of the brothers, on
being arrested, lob! thc policeman, so
weare informed, that he could make
bond if permitted lo step into a near
by place and see a friend. This wa."
permitted, and this one of the bro
thors, wo presume, is Kt ill oui scok
lng si bondsman. At any rate, at Inst
accounts he had not returned, T. F.
Little Will be held for the Sessions
Court on tho bad check charge a.
soon as bis ;;u days are up on th?
county gang.
y by F. E. Harrison
T j& j& J&
r C*oou>? STORK,
La, S. C.
i Enamelware, at $1.25.
Manufactor's Cost.
-AU makes simulara sewing ma
chine noodles at. Moss & Ansel's,Wal
ha! I a.-adv.-2 4-tf.
- Miss Janie Neville has been
[spending some time with friends in
['Franklin, N. C.
Miss Carolyn Hogers left this
morning for Charlotte, N. C., where
she will resume her studies at Queens
-Mr. and Mrs N. L. Kant and
daughter, Lillian, who have been
spending several weeks at Whitewa
ter, returned to their home here last
For Rent - Automobile garage;
?anal location; reasonable. Apply to
.lohn F. Craig, West Union, S. C.
Irvin L. Suhrstedt, of Charles
ton, arrived in Walhalla last Friday
and will spend several weeks visit
ing relatives and friends in and near
.Mrs. W. M. Alexander returned
Saturday from Henderson ville, WC,
where she had been for some weeks
visiting her daughter. Mrs. George
- Miss Paulino Steck will leave
to-morrow for Augusta, Qa., where
she will teach during the next school
term In the graded school at Hath. S.
C., a suburb of Augusta.
- Mrs. L, W. Langston and chil
lren left last week for the lower pari
of thc State, where they are spend 111 (i
some timo visiting Mrs. Langsdon's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Quattle
! -Wanted-To buy, for cash, foin
to six young hogs for fattening tills
fall and winter. Wm. J. Strlbllng
Walhalla, S. C.-adv.-35-tf.
- Miss Marlon 'Hetrick reCurnot
last week from Philadelphia, when
slie had been taking a special cours*
in music, preparatory to leachini
music this winter at Creen vii lo Wo
man s College.
- Wo ?ire requer? cd to announc
it bat i he rural school luiprovomen
association of Kel real No. 2 will gi v.
tl hex supper OU Thursday night o
this week, Sept Sill, al Hie schon
house. Everybody cordially Invitoi
to at lend.
- John Gason, Of near Walhalla
made a business trip lo Greenwooi
Saturday Inst. Ile was accompnnici
hy bis sons. Miles and Donald. Mlle
Cason won the one-year scholarsht
at Clemson for the I il 21 -' 2 2 session
Ile is to he congratulated upon hi
--Miss .lanie Harrison left las
Friday for Greenville to resume he
school work with the Victor-.Monn
ghan Company. The V.-M. schools 0
Greenville are recognized as mode!
of elliciency and appointment. Th
community work carried on at thea
schools is surpassed by nothing c
the kind in South Carolina.
--For Sale-Ono new Ford truel'
willi Goodyear pneumatic tires; als
ono six-cylinder Hlllck live-pessenge
car, practically good as new. All a
a bargain. Will sell for cash or goo
nole. W. S. Ht'OCk, Seneca, S. C.
adv.-:: l-if.
Mrs. .los. w. Tolbert, of Ninetj
six. wiih her two children, Jos. W
Jr., and Julia FliXllbeth, have 1)00
-pending a few d,ivs in Walhalla wit
Itev. W. lt. Aull and family. Mr. To
bert, wini ha-; been in Washingto
for some months, also spent 111
week-end al the home ol' Kev. an
Mrs. Anil.
l{. S. Savage, of Charleston,
spending several days in Walhall
Visiting among friends and makin
acquaintances among our people. M
Savane has been until this year ci
gaged in truck farming near Charlo
ion, hui lliis year is devoting li
time io thc dairying business. He
spending a brief vacation in the u
country, and will return to his hon
in Charleston in Hie near future.
Wanted An up-to-date, pr
gresslvo farmer, with up-to-dn
farming implements, for two or tim
horse farm near Mountain Host, S.
Good buildings, good barns, ihre
room tenant house; 50 to (10 ncr
good bottom land, 20 acres good u
land, L'on acres wired in for call
pasture, lu acres in hog pasture. A
ply at once io I). I,. Ilcmdon, Wi
balla, S. C. adv.-:: I.
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-Golden's new model cane mills
and evaporators; also brand-new
oak syrdp kegB. 'J;'Hi Ailey, -West
Union, S. C.--adv-35-,38.
-J. W. Garrott, who lives near
Walhalla, last Wednesday showed us
a sweet potato dug from his Held,
the "sweet spud" rolling the Indica
tor on the scale around to 7! pounds
and 10 ounces-the largest yet ex
hibited In this office from the pres
ent crop.
-Rev. J. <K. Willis wi? hold a
series of services (morning and even
ing) at the West Union Baptist
elm i ch, beginning next Sunday morn
ing. Sept. I 1th, and continuing dur
ing the week following. Preaching
will begin at 1 1 o'clock a. m. and
8 o'clock p. m. Everybody is cordially
invited and urged to attend.
- Mrs. b\ C. W. Suhrstodt and
children, of Charleston, are enjoying
their annual visit to Walhalla. Th?y
aro visiting at the homes of Mm.
Suhrstedt's father, John Kuemmercr,
near town, and Mr. and Mrs. ll. \V,
Brandt, of Walhalla. They are ac
companied by Mrs. Max Ponier, sis
tcr-in-law of Mrs. Suhrstedt.
-O. C. I.y les, who has been spend
ing the summer months at his old
home ia the Mountain Rest section,
passed through Walhalla last'Friday
on his way to Dovosville, S. C., where
he will again have charge of (he
school. Mr. I.yles (aught this school
lasi yeai- and was unanimously re
elected tn tlie position al the close
of tile last session.
- Heavy feedstuff, hay and flour,
al rock bottom prices; also hardware
and Ford supplies, storage batteries,
etc. .1. II. Alley. Wesl Union, S. C.
"We trade you service for business.
- -adv. ;{.")-:!S.
- Hast Friday morning Deputy
Marshal .lake Gosnell, Kural Police
man O. A. 'Hunnicutt and Deputy
Sheriff (?us Sullivan made a raid in
the Hong Creek section, cutting down
a good sized plant and cutting up a
copper still, destroying about ?O0
gallons of mash and beer, and pour
ing out a small quantity of corn
whiskey. No one was about the place
and no arrests have yet been made.
- Miss Meta Othersen, who has
been spending several weeks here vis
iting ber aunt, Mrs. Katherine Other
sen, and among other relatives, left
last Saturday for her home in Chi
cago to resume her work as assistant
manager of the Lantern Slide and
Lecture Bureau of the Committee?of
Conservation and Advance bf..;the
Methodist Episcopal church; ^Miss
Othersen has numorous friends here
who regret her departure.
- Mr. and Mrs. .las. M. Hutchison,
of Columbia, were visitors In Wal
halla during the laster part of last
week, retiirnig to their home Sunday
by automobile. They had been visit
ing in Acworth, (?a., wherp a sister
of Mrs. Hutchison resides, and came
to Walhalla to spend a few days
with Mr. Hutchison's mother, Mrs.
S. .1. Hutchison, and among other rel
atives. They have a hos*, of friends
here who are always glad lo meet
There will be an ice cream sup
per at Oconee Creek school building
Saturday evening of Ibis week, Sept.
10th. beginning at <S o'clock. The pro
ceeds will go toward improving thc
school building. A most cordial in
vitation is extended to all to attend.
The teachers of the Oconee Creek
school will bo in charge, and they
request the hearty co-operation of all
parents and school children. Liberal
patronage will be greatly appreciated
by all.
-Talk about pre-war prices and
bargains! How about heavy five-gal
lon oil cans-the regular $1.50 kind
at 98c? "We trade you service
for business." .1. 11. Alley, West
Union, s. C.- adv.-35-38.
W. M. Broom has our thanks foi
a generous sample of his new-crop
syrup, which is as line and palatable
as any wo have lasled. Mr. Broom
and W. F. Miller are engaged in
syrup making on a large; scale thii
year, the former having igreed thai
if bis neighbors would plant more
liberally of sorghum cane he woultl
put in a first-class syrup mill nnd
make up the crop into syrup. Th<
seasons have not been all (hat conk
be desired on the crop, bul Me
Broom says that he and his partnei
will make up this season from 60(
lo 700 gallons of syrup from the cnn<
grown in the community around th'.
Phinney Station, on the Hine Bldg*'
Mr. Broom was Unding ready sale foi
syrup hero Saturday.
- Attention is directed to the an
nouncomont of the |). A. U. industria
School, Tamassee. which will ope
(be next session on ()i ' 3d. This i;
an institution of our county tba
should receive the most hearty sup
port of our people, especially tiles?
of the upper section of Oconee, win
now have located convenient to thou
a school thai presents opportunity
and advantages thal have hi thor H
been unavailable. We believe tba
Hie I). A. H. Industrial School is go
lng to prove of untold benefit to om
couniy as a whole. H certainly wll
accomplish great things for the upper
section of Oconee if our people with
in reach of it will but avail them
selves of the opportunities afforded
by it. Make your plans now to have
your children enrolled for the 1,921
1922 session of the D. A. R. school,
and make your reservations early.
- Robert L. Rogers left last Sun
day for Port Gibson, Miss., where bo
went to take up his duties as instruc
tor in English and military tnetics in
the Chamberlain-Hunt Academy for
the present session. He bas many
friends here who wish him success lu
his new position. Mr. Rogers grad
uated last June from Davidson Col
lege, North Carolina.
- We are requested to announce
thal lOlder dames Meilinger will con
duct services and preach at the Sev
enth Day Adventist church in West
Union next Sunday night al 8 o'clock.
This service will be preceded by a
nong service, which will begin at 7
o'clock, lasting for one hour. Elder
Hellinger will soon leave for North
Carolina to make his home, and this
will be bis last service at the Weit
1'nion church for some time. The
public has a most cordial invitation
to attend this .service.
- Mtfrried, at the residence of
John I''. Craig, notary public, at his
home in Walhalla, on Sunday last,
.-'opt. Ith, Miss Maude Wigington, of
Malern, and .Joseph M. Burgess, of
locassee. The. ceremony was per
formed in the presence of a few
friends as witnesses. The bride is
i tin Ugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. H.Wig
ington, of Salem, and the groom a
son of .lames Burgess, of .locassee.
The young couple have the good
wishes of a host of friends for a long
life of happiness and prosperity.
- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harker, of
Walhalla, left last Thursday for Mt.
Drogan, S. C., where they will again
ho engstged in teaching school, they
having at the close of Ibo past ses
sion been re-elected for another ses
sion. Mr. Barker is the principal of
the school, while Mrs. Barker is the
teacher of the second grade. This is
a nine-teacher school and is in a very
desirable section of the State. We re
gret to lose these young people from
our midst, but. they carry with them
our best wishes for success in their
chosen field.
-Rev. W. B. Aull and family re
turned last week from a trip to New
berry county, where they visited rel
atives. Mr. Aull states that the con
dition of the cotton crop In tho cen
tral {?art of the State ls pitiable the
boll weevil having litorally taken the
crop. In several of the bolls that
Rev. Aull examined be found that
the weevils literally infested tho en
tire boll, "the whole family" hoing
there, the adult, the grub, the "but
torfly, the egg, the worm - the bolls
being simply a seething mass of we e
vil, embryonic and adult, and P.U in
termediate stages. This, he says\ ap
peared characteristic of Hie Held he
was examining, and he presumed
that the Meld was not an exception
to tile rule in that so Hon.
- Notice of election on the ques
tion of issuing bonds for the purpose
of giving lo Walhalla a water and
sewerage system appears in this is
sue of Tile Courier. The election on
this question is to be held on Tues
day, Oct. 4th, next. Tho town of Wal
halla is sadly in need of a water sys
tem that will furnish every citizen in
the town not only the opportunity to
have water in the home, but better
lire protection as well. The voters
should familiarize themselves with
the proposition and be prepared to
cast ballots intelligently when elec
tion day comes to hand. We are most
heartily in favor of the issuing of
hoods to give the whole people of
the town adequate water supply ?md
lire protection, and we hope lo see
such a plan carried out in the near
future. He prepared to vote intel
ligently on tho question. Inquire in
to the tim tier; look over the plans;
inform yourselves, and when Hu;
time comes cast your ballot as you
aro honestly convinced will he for
the betterment of Walhalla as an
entire community.
- The Walhalla High School open
ed Monday last with an enrollment
ol* IIS. There aro some facts thal
limo does not now permit mention
ing, but there will likely he some
very interesting developments before
another week. Keep your eyes open
and wa'.cb for good news next week.
--The fi rs t bale or new cotton was
sold on the Walhalla majrket hy
Claude Heal last Friday to Baylis
W. Harrison, local manager of the
Anderson Cotton Co. lt was ginned
Friday morning at the Walhalla Gin
nery. The ht ie weighed 170 pounds,
tind for the cotton Mr. Deal received
20 cents per pound. Tho Walhalla
Ginnery Ibis season is in charge of
Phil Davidson as ginner and I layne
G. Jones as weigher and hook-keeper.
Lightning Kills Man and Sweetheart.
Washington. Sept. ?.. - Frederick
S. Houseman. 21", years of age, and
Miss Shepherd, 19, were killed by
lightning yesterday when they sought
refugo from a thunder storm be
neath a tree near the While House
grounds. Houseman, a veteran of the
29th division, was engaged to Miss
Big Re
We offer our
Utz & Dunn S
the Pair.
C. W. Pi
Shepherd. The storm was accom
panied hy high winds, which caused
much damage to tho trees along tho
streets of thia city.
Mox Supper at Fairfield.
There will he an entertainment
and box supper at Fairfield school
house Friday night, Sept. 9th, begin
ning tit 8.30 o'clock. The proceeds
will he used for the improvement of I
the school. Previous to the box sup
per a short program will be rendered.
The public is cordially invited.
Melton lt. Lusk, Principal.
Preaching at Fairview Next Sunday.
There will be preaching at Fair
view (on Seneca Circuit) next Sun
day morning at 1 1 o'clock by the
pastor. All members of tho church
and community are urged to be pres
I eut, as there will bo a short but |m
j portant church conference following
the sermon. H. B. Hardy,
a Special Election will he held in tho
Town of Walhalla, S. C., on the Ith
day of OCTOBER, 1921, at the Town
Council Hall, corner Main and Col
lege Streets, at which election the
following questions will in? submitted
to the electors of the Town of Wal
halla, who are duly qualified for vot
ing under Section 12, Article 2, of
(he Constitution of the Slate of South
Carolina, and who have paid all
taxes, State, County and Municipal,
for the previous year.
Isl. Shall the Town of Walhalla
acquire, hy construction or purchase
and operate ?i waterworks system?
2d. Shall tho Town of Walhalla
acquire, by construction or purchase,
and operate a sewerage system?
'.Ul. To moot the costs of construc
tion or purchase of such waterworks
system, shall the Town of Walhalla
issue and sell coupon bonds bearing
interest at a rate not to exceed six
per centum per annum, payable in
any legal tender money of tho United
States not exceeding forty years af
ter dale, with privilege of redemption
at such time as the Town Council of
tho Town of Walhalla may tlx in said
bonds, in the amount of NINETY
000). the proceeds of said bonds to
bo applied solely and exclusively to
tho purchase establishment and
maintenance of a waterworks plant?
llb. That to meet the costs of the
construction or purchase of such
sewerage system, shall Hie Town of
Walhalla issue and sell coupon bonds
bearing interest at a rate not to ex
ceed six per centum per annum, pay
able in any legal tender money of the
United Slates, not exceeding forty
years after date, with privilege of
redemption at snell time as (lie Town
Council of the Town of Walhalla may
lix in said hoads, in the amount of
($30,000), th<' proceeds of said hoods
to ho applied solely and exclusively
to the pu rebaso, establishment and
maintenance of a sewerage system?
The qualifications of electors in
said election aro as follows:
Such electors must be registered
by (he Supervisor of Regis! rat ion for
the Town of Walhalla, and must have
paid all taxes, State, County and Mu
nicipal, for Hie previous year.
The polls will be opened at eight
o'clock in tho forenoon and dosel
at four o'clock in the afternoon.
The managers of such election are
Tillman McLees, .1. P. Heatly and fi.
M. Ansel.
GIVEN that the Hooks nf Registra
tion, for Hie registration of tin1
names of the qualified electors in
snell election will be opened by
Charles W. Pitchford. Jr., as Super
visor of Registration for the Town
of Walhalla, al hts oirice. on WED
NESDAY, September 14th, 1021, and
will remain open for a period of ten
davs. W. M. BROWN,
T. A. GRANT, Mayor.
September 5th, 1921. ;!f.-P,0
entire line of
lippers at
la, S. C.
Industrial School,
Opens Full Session on October 3d,
Miss Henriott? Hine, Superintend
ent und Dornest ic Science.
.Mrs. M. Z. Hankinson, Principal.
.Miss Jeannette Moore, Primary De
Hoarding Hates, $7.00 Per Month.
For Hexer vat ions, write to
Mrs. Hayne Jones*
At their regular monthly meeting
the County Advisory Hoard, on Sept.
2d, instant, adopted resolutions, ol'
which the following are copies:
"Tho County Treasurer having in
formed this Hoard that they are short
of funds
"Resolved, That action on all
claims filed be deferred for tho pres
ent, and that no action he taken on
same until the Treasurer informs the
said Hoard that sullicient funds are
in hand to pay said claims, this to
apply to tho Soldiers' Aid Fund and
the fund for the Outside Poor as well
as to Hie ordinary claims."
"On motion it was resolved that
on account of the lack of funds, all
road and bridge .work in Oconee
county bo suspended during the year
1021, including all road dragging
and all work except such as the
county chain gang is now engaged in
under contract, and excepting such
tmergoncy work as may be expressly
authorized by the Supervisor, and
for which payment is by agreement
postponed until funds are in hand,
all emergency work lo be left to the
discretion of the Supervisor."
Published hy order of tho Board:
.1. H. S. Dendy. Clerk.
sept. 10. 1021. in;-:', 7
For Sale
12 1-2 Acres of Land,
Known as t h e Mrs.
Addie M. Cox Place?
1=2 mile of Keowee
School; 90 Acres in
Cultivation; 3 6 1-2
Acres i 11 Wood and
Pasture; well water
ed; 3 Tenant Houses.
For other particulars
and prices apply to
Riley Cox,
Walhalla, S. C., Rt. 3.
George Washington went to bed
ni LO o'clock during peaco times.
Francis Bacon reformed philoso
phy by founding it on tho observa
tion of nature after lt had consisted
for many centuries of scholastic sub

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