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Keowee courier. (Pickens Court House, S.C.) 1849-current, September 14, 1921, Image 8

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WANTED-Beef Hides, Chickens
and lOggs. Will pay casi). K. I). OIOL
KERS, Walhalla, S. C. 30-39*
ANY (INK having Cottage Cheese
for sale, please communicate with
Koo wee Courier, Walhalla. 37-tf
FOR SAM?:-Ono Jorsoy Milk Cow.
O. I. C. Pigs ready for delivery. C.
I'. WALK Kit, Walhalla, S. C. 35-tf
FOR SALK-COAL-Delivered for
$10.(10 a lon, cash. IIETRICK HOS
I lilt Y MILL. Walhalla, S.C. ;HI-tf
FOIt SA HF-Infants' Socks, per
Walhalla, S. C. _ 32-tf
.MONEY TO IJOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. H. E. DltUCE, Dick
ens, S. C. 26-tf
FOR SALE - One Kimball Cabi
net Organ, ono Little (Haut Truck.
Cash or time. .1. lt. EARLE. Wal
halla, S. C. 37-tf
F O It S A Ii 10 - Cotton Picking
Sheets, new Burlaps, 80 x 80 Inches,
30c. each. .1. C. RAM DDE Y. West
Union, S. C. 35-tf
CASH for your Old Cars. Used
parts for all makes of cars at bar
gain pircos. COLUMBIA VULCAN
S. C. 37-4 9*
FOR BENT.-A Two-horse Farm
for rent. Good house and farm. Ten
ant to furnish stock. Seo MRS. M.
E. HAMMOND. Seneca, S. C., Route
L_ 37-10_
FOR SALE - One Horse, four
Mules, two One-horse Wagons, one
Two-horse Wagon, two Automobiles.
For cash or on easy terms. T. E.
ALEXANDER, Walhalla. S. C. 35-tf
FOUND-On Stumphouse Moun
tain. Large size Automobile Tiro
trim, inner lube and casing.) Party
who lost same call for ii, pay ex
penses and for trouble. TIM FINCH
10R, Walhalla, S. C.. Star Ht. .IT ?
FOR SALE-r?2?/jj Acres of Land,
in good state cultivation, near He
turn church and school; live-room
hotlSO, good outbuildings; good well.
good orchard and pasture For terms
see BOLAND COBB, Seneca, S. C.,
Route I. ::T- HI*
Farm with adequate buildings there
on, in the Wolf Stake community,
near school and church. Formerly
belonged lo Earle Kelley. 10. H.
TAYLOR. Methodist Preachor, Wal
halla, S. C. 35-38*
FOR BENT-For standing rent or
on shares, the Col. Thompson place,
close lo Walhalla: one side of farm
joins corporate limits; within one
mile of three good schools and con
venient to churches; about 100 acres
land under cultivation; plenty wood
on place; good residence and two
tenant houses. Apply to .KHOL KEYS,
Walhalla. S. C. :'.7-tf
.Mauldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
Sacrament of Penance. . . . 9.:?0 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas .1. Mackln,
H. 0. Hex S2, Anderson, S. C.
A Special Communication of Rino
Ridge Lodge, No. 92, A. P.
M., will bo hold Friday
nigh I, Sept em lier I . I ' _' 1,
R.30 o'clock,
Visiting brothers always welcome.
.1. H. S. DENDY, W. M.
W. O. Will TIO. Secretary. (adv)
-n.i ll ll i - I ns I Hm IB I SI I- SM IM HMM Wk
to our friends and patrons
ing being erected next to
entire new stock of Goods \
an up-to-date model
-****** BOO A V
will bc installed. Every
comcd on the opening d
given away.
^ Norman Dn
' HATS and CAPS,
. ?fct0&s STORE? j
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?-AH makes strndcrd sowing ma
chino needles at Moss & Ansel's,Wal
halla.-adv.-2 4-tf.
- Horn, unto Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
Brown, of West Union, on Supt. 8th,
a daughter.
- Hov. ?ind Mrs. io. P. Taylor and
daughter, Miss Bessie, silent the llrst
of this week in Anderson.
- Mrs. Kate O. Smith is spending
this week visiting among relatives
and friends at Sandy Springs.
-New fall millinery arrived.
Pretty lot ladies' hand hags and sat
chels at Norman's, Walhalla.- adv.
-.Mrs. W. T. Stoddard is spend
ing this week at (?astenia, N. C., vis
iting relatives and friends.
-.Miss Sara Hilder, of Birming
ham, Ala., was the guest of .Miss
Hose Mary Busch the past week-end.
- Mrs. Wm. A. Hetrlck return-id
last week from a visit of ti month lo
relatives in Philadelphia, her old
-For Rent-Automobilo garage;
good location: reasonable. Apply to
John F. Craig, West Union, S. C.
-Chas. W. Pitchford. Jr., is in
Rock Hill this week attending the
session of United States Court tts a
- Miss Lillian Bischoff, who has
been teaching the school at White
water for the past two months, has
returned to ber home here.
-J. E. Bauknlght ls tn-the East
ern markets this week making selec
tions of fall and winter goods for the
firm of'C. W. & J. E. Bauknigbt.
- Mrs. R. A. Latham, of Easley,
was the week end guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Lilley, of Greenville,who
are spending some time in Walhalla.
-Wanted-To buy, for cash, four
to six young hogs for fattening this
fall and winter. Wm. J. Stribling,
Walhalla, S. C. adv.-3?-tf.
Prof. John T. Taylor left last
week for Birmingham, Ala., where
he will have charge as superintend
ent of the English department of tito
Birmingham Public Schools.
Marshall Garrett, of Experi
ment. Ga., visited his grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bear den, and
other relnties near West Union last
-The parsonage Aid Society of
tho Walhalla Methodist church will
meet Thursday (to-morrow) after
noon at 3.30 o'clock with Mrs. R, H.
- New arrivals weekly of pretty
millinery, laces, notions, dry goods,
corsets, shoes, hosiery, underwear.
Norman's Dry Goods Store.-adv.
-Mrs. C. G. Worley, of Florida,
accompanied by her son, is visiting
at the home of Mrs. Mary N, Ansel
this week. Mrs. Worley is pleasantly
remembered bert! ?ts the daughter of
Ex-Governor M. F. Ansel.
- -Wo are requested lo announce
that Kev. L. W. Langston will bold
services at Zion school house next
Sunday, Sept. 18th. :'t 4 30 o'clock
ia the afternoon. The. public is cor
dially invited to attend.
. Mrs. Geo. Garron, of Hender
sonvlUe, N. C.. is visiting her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Alexander.
Mrs. Jack Alexander, who hits been
spending some lime with Mrs. Gar
ron in Hendorsonville, returned to
her home hore Sunday.
?e At Home^
Oct, 1st, in thc new build
thc Enterprise Bank, An
viii be placed in this store and
one will bc cordially wcl
lay and souvenirs will bc
ug Company.
-Jesse Rankin left Monday for j
Rock Hill, where he is attending the
Federal Court as a Juror.
-Miss Kate Smith, of West- Un
ion, left hist week for Arlington, S.
C., where she will be engaged in
teaching for tho coming year.
-Dr. Glymph, the leading eye
sight specialist of Anderson, will be I
here again on Tuesday, Sept. 20th.
Read his advertisement in another
- We are requested to announce
that the Rocky Knoll Missionary
Society and Sunbeam Hand will meet
next Sunday, Sept. 18th, at the homo
of Mrs. W. Z. Rlanchett, at 3.30 p.
m. All members are urged to be
present. Visitors will be cordially
-There will be a conference at
Rocky Knoll church next Saturday
evening at 8 o'clock. livery member
of the church who possibly can ls
urged to attend this meeting, as
business of vital Importance will be
brought before the church. Let all
members be present.
-Golden's new model cane mills
and evaporators; also brand-new
oak syrup kegs. J. H. Alley, West
Union, S. C.-adv.-3.">-3S.
--The following notice, taken
from the Anderson Daily Mail, will
be of interest, both Mr. and Mrs.
Harris being well and pleasantly
known to our people: "Solicitor and
Mrs. Leon W. Harris announce the
birth of a daughter, Sept. 9th, at the
Anderson County Hospital. The
name diesen for the young daughter
is Margaret Caroline."
- Mrs. Frank IO. Harrison will
leave Saturday morning to spend a
few days in Henderson ville, N. C.,
?it The Kentucky Home. While there
she will he Joined hy her two sisters,
Mrs. W. .1. Murray, of Columbia,
and Mrs. .1. G. Wannaniaker, of Or
angeburg, and ber brother, W. M
Connor, of Charleston, this gather
ing making a happy reunion of ber
fa nilly.
-We are requested to state that
the Whitewater road to the Upper
Whitewater Falls has been worked
out and ls in very good condition
now. The citizens of that section
are greatly encouraged by thc pres
ent condition of the road and hope
to keep lt in better condition than
-We are requested to make the
following announcement: All mem
bers of the 'N. W. P. Pastor's Field
are requested to meet at Wolf Stake
church on Sunday, tho 18th, at ll
a. m. in a Joint conference for the
purpose of adopting rules for the
Held. lOvery member of the three
churches is earnestly requested to
attend, and the public is Invited.
Tlieie will be preaching Services also
and the pastor, Rev. M. J. Stansel,
will conduct the services. There will
also be a deaconess meeting held on
Saturday at 2.30 p. m. at Wolf Stake
church. AU deaconesses aro urged
to attend this meeting. This an
nouncement is signed by H. A. Wood,
acting for tho committee.
- We were indeed glad to moot
our old friend, James D. Massey, of
Columbus, Ca., last Monday. Mr.
Massey was paying a brief visit at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Todd, of Walhalla, and other rela
tives in this immediate vicinity be
fore going to Russell, where be will
spend a few days with his brother,
Sam A. Massey, and other relatives.
We are alwas glad to see "Jim," tis
are hosts of others of lils Oconee
friends, for be. is one of Oconee's
boys who, while they have gone out
and made marked sn cesses in other
places, have never forgotten the old
home and the old home people. Mr.
Massey is nt tho head of ono of tho
South's largest Industrial plants, the
Eagle and Phoenix Mills, of Colum
bus, with which corporation be went
from his mountain home above Wal
halla some 20-odd years ago. He
has a host, of friends "hack home"
who have watched his career With
interest and found gratification In
bis success.
- W. >P. Barker, of Demorest, Ga.,
was in Walhalla for a short while
last Wednesday on business. Mr.
Harker is a former Oconee citizen,
having resided in Oconee for many
years. In fact, he is a native of
our county, and spent his lifo here
until his removal to Georgia some
years ago. Ile had been to Ander
son county for some days, looking
after tin interests of his daughter.
Mrs. Tom Ramoy, whose husband
was foully murdered some weeks
ago. Mr. Harker was greatly encour
aged after his work in Anderson
county in conjunction with delic
tivos and other officials, who secured
ample evidence. Mr. Harker feels
sure, to convict all the guilty par
ties. Mrs. Itnmey was in a hospital
when ber father left Anderson, she
having become a mother a few da's
ago. As soon ?is she is able to trawl
she will be taken to her fatnOi's
home at Demore.-,?, where she will
1 remain until the trial of the slayers.
and where, after that, she will prob
jably make ber home permanently.
-Heavy feedstuff, hay and flour,
at rock bottom prices; also hardware
and Ford supplies, storage batteries,
etc. J. H. Alley, West, Union, S. C.
"We trade you service for business.
-adv. 35-38.
-Mrs. J. A. Moody and children
returned 1 onie last week after a very
pleasant visit of several days to rela
tives and friends at Franklin, N. C.
Mr. Moody drove through to Frank
lin the latter part of the week, re
turning with his family.
- Married, on Sunday last, Sept.
11th, Miss Connie Jones and H. P.
Elkin. The ceremony was performed
by Notary Public J. H. Hunnicutt, of
the Oconee Creek section. We join
with others in wishing tho young
couple long life and happiness.
- For Sale-One new Ford truck,
wl'th Goodyear pneumatic tires; also
one six-cylinder Buick five-pessenger
car, practically good as new. All at
a bargain. Will sell for cash or good
note. W. S. Brock, Seneca, S. C.
-The colored schools in Walhalla
closed yesterday on account of tlie
illness of one of the teacbeis, who is
suffering, we are informed, with a
severe sore throat, and rumor has
lt that the trouble is of a dlphther
etlc nature. Wo have been unable
to verify this latter report, but the
local authorities will do well to take
every precaution against spreading
of the disease if the reports are as
certained lo he true.
- We were glad to meet our old
friend. H. E. Schroder, of George
town, in our olllce Monday. Mr.
Schroder has been in Walhalla for
some Iwo weeks, but made his first
appearance In our olllce Monday, ile
came up to recuperate, having been
(tuite unwell for some time, and will
remain itere until he luis entirely
recovered. Ile bas many friends in
Walhalla who are always glad to
seo him.
-Land Bank Appraiser L. W.
Boykin writes that he will be at Wal
halla about the first of the week be
ginning Sept. 26th to appraise for
Walhalla, Fairview and Piedmont
Associations. W. H. Glenn, another
appraiser, is appraising for the West
minster Association this week and
will probably finish there next week,
and will Join Mr. Boykin at Wal
halla. The Land Bank bonds are
selling at 101, and it io expected,
they say, that they will be able to
catch up with the loans by Jan. 1st,
-Talk about pre-war prices and
bargains! How about heavy five-gal
lon oil cans-tho regular $1.50 kind
-at 9Sc? "We trade you service
for business." J. H. Alley, West
Union, S. C.-adv.-35-38.
- Henry Otbersen arrived in Wal
halla last Moodily and will remain
here for some time visiting his mo
tlier, Mrs. C. Otbersen, and family
and among friends. Mr. Otbersen
has been out of the army servier
for two years, the past two yean
having been given to work in tin
civil service branch. Latterly be has
been connected with the Medical Sup
ply Depot in Norfolk, Va. He ha?
now severed bis connection with tlu
(government service, however, and
v>ill probably enter some ^civilian
business nearer home. Mr. Ot herser
bas many friends here who are glai
to seo him again.
-Thc Paul Hnyne Circle was de
lightfully entertained on Friday, tin
9th, by Mrs. Wade C. Hughs. Sev
eral visitors lem an additional pleas
ure to the afternoon and the attend
ance of members was good. Thc
meeting was both interesting and
pleasant. Due to the absence of thc
president. Mrs. Chas. Hetrick, secoiu
vice president, presided. Tho pro
gram for the afternoon consisted ol
readings by Mrs. Bell, Mrs. Moss anti
Mis. Hogers. Miss Daisy Strong anti
Mrs. Harry Hughs gave a very sweet
duet on the violin and piano. Aftet
the program the hostess gave bet
guests a charming little contest, thc
answers to which were the names ol
different fruits. Mrs. Sloan won ilu
prize, which was a lovely salad howl
decorated with fruit. During thc
sociiil hour Mrs. Hughs, assisted h>
her little daughter, Miss Gertrude
daintily served ice cream and cake
-The Norman Drug Store will
move from Us present place of busi
ness on Oct. 1st to the new building
bolng erected between the Entorprisf
Hank and Moody & Heat ly's sto:
Oil Main street. The Norman Coin
pany will place in their new stor<
an .entirely new stock of goods and
will be prepared to serve their pa
trons and friends in an up-to-date
mininer. A feature of the new store
will be a model soda fountain, from
which pure, fresh drink-, cnn alway.'
be obtained. After the first of nexi
year the Norman Drug Co. will b(
entirely in charge of Harry Nor
man. We wish for our young fr lent
an abundant success. He is ii you liq
man of ability and energy, and con
templates giving to Walhalla a full>
equipped and thoroughly up-to-date
drug store, replete with all lines ol
articles carried by first-class drug
stores In larger places.
Prepare now agains
EVIL. Plow you
Sow Oats,
Our stock of Chattai
ing Plows and Repairs is c
We also have a n
Seed Oats.
C. W. Pi
-.), A. Morgan requests us to an
nounce that protracted services will
begin at the Tabernacle near Old
Dickens on Monday, Sept. 19th. A
most cordial invitation is extended
to the public to attend these services
and take part in them. The preach
ing win be done by Revs. Steward
and Murk.
Other Local Items on Fourth Page.
Rest Glasses Relieve Eyestrain.
Of Anderson, S. C.,
The Old Reliable
Eyesight Specialist
Norman's Drug Store,
Walhalla, S. C.,
One Day Only-Tuesday,
Sept. 20th.
Anderson Bros/ Drug Store,
Westminster, S. C.,
One Day Only-Wednesday,
Sept. 21st.
Don't neglect tho School Children's
Eyes. Have them examined while
you have tho opportunity.
-I Am Retailing
Watkins Products
..Best for Over Fifty Years"
Toilet Preparations, Soaps, Spices, Ex
tracts, Home Remedies and Household
Speeialt ies.
--Write or Gall
I^ay T_J. Fahnestock,
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 n Wood and
Pasture; well water
ed; 3 Tenant Houses.
For other particulars
and prices apply to
Riley Cox,
?Walhalla, S. C., Rt. 3.
?t the BOLL WE
ir land deep and
Rye, Etc.
looga and Oliver Turn
ice lot of Seed Rye and
la, S. C.
Lincoln and Len Faithfully Portrayed
In Yitagraph's "Heart of
Tho characters of two of the brav
est men in history are faithfully de
picted in Vitagrapb's special produc
tion, "The Heart of Maryland,"which
will be shown at Star Theatre, Sen
eca, S. C., on Wednesday and Thurs
day, Sept. 1 4 and 15.
They are Abraham Lincoln and
Robert IO. Lee. They aro shown but
an instant, yet in that instant one
gets a picture of the greatness of the
leader of the North and the leader of .
the South. Both men were big, as the
Incidents In tho play will show.
Lloyd Calvert, son of the Calverts
of the South, a family who,would
give all for the cause of tho Confed
eracy, is at school In the^North at
the outbreak of. the waiO He Is a
great admirer of Abraham Lincoln,
and he is torn between his duty to
his home and fellows and his love for
tho .North.
Ile bas an Interview with Abraham
Lincoln, and that great loader of the
country tells bim, "Your position is
a difficult one, my boy. To fight
against your kin is a terrible thing,
hut to fight against your conscience
is Infinitely worse. If you believe in
the justice of our cause It is your
duty to support that cause, and may
Clod in His mercy grant you courage
and strength to make the sacrifice."
The occasion upon which Cen. Lee
enters the story is at the Calvert
homo in Maryland. Maryland Cal
vert, the heroine, ls known as the
fiercest little Southerner of them all,
and it is to present her with a cita
tion that Cen. Lee visits her home.
Nannie McNair, a ward of the Cal
verts, is a Northerner and faithful to
tho cause of tho North. While tho
Southern ladies aro having the chap
ter meeting in working for the sol
diers of the South, Nannie, alone on
tho veranda, knits socks for the
Northern troops.
When (Jen. Lee drives into the
yard he is impressed hy the fact that
Nannie pays no attention to him.
I Later, when ho is the center of at
tention among the Southern women,
Nannie commences to sing "Yankee
?Doodle." This startles Gen. Lee and
I shocks the Southerners.
Gen. Lee strides out on to the
porch, and, saluting the American
(lag and Nannie, he says to her, "lt
Ils a fine thing, my dear little girl, to
be unafraid to stand by the colors of.
tho cause you believe in."
There will be special music suita
ble to the fine character of the play.
Admission, 20 and 36 cents. Don't
let tho dates slip your memory
Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 14
and 15-at The Star Theatre, Sen
eca S. C.-adv.-36-37.
The ClotWm Mlei Solved.
New Woolens, new .Models, now
Men interested in Mnde-tO-Mens
ure Clothes should seo our advance,
Wo have just received from our
Designer in New York tho Monkey
Hack Model-the latest bath on
Broadway. Ask to seo it.
Clothes this fall, if bought here,
will bo found reasonable in price
tho lowest in town. In fact, when
compared with Pure Wool Qual
ity of the Fabrics, ??ml tho General
Excellence of the Tailor Service, ns
low as prices in Hie large clothing
Glover <?*? Holland,
108 West. Main Street,

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