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f (Small advertisements under
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one oent a word per insertion.
Four insertions for pri?e ot
(NOTICE.-No advertisement ac
eepted for this column for iasa thun
15 cents? one insertion.)
FOR SALE-One good Milk Cow;
fresh. Apply to MRS. CLARA Du
BOSE, Walhalla, S. C., Rt. 1. 10?
NOTICE-I will thresh cano seed
at my house, near Retreat, March 3d
and 0th, 1022. M. L. MARGIN. 8*
SMITH'S MARKET nay? cash for
Chickens and Eggs. Wblhblla, S. O.
FOR HALE-Fordson Tractor; in
good condition. J. L. MOSER, Wal
halla, S. C., Rt. Ii 3-tf
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, B. C._26-tf_
FOR SALE-offer for salo ono
Redstead, same being sold for stor
age charges. At homo of W. L.
COBB, Westminster, S. C. 8-11*
FOB SALE-Ten-room Rosidence,
corner Tugaloo and Mauldin streets.
Address WM. A. HKTRICK, Wal
halla, S. C. '_7-10_
FOR SALE - Clemson Young's
Strain S. C. White Loghorn Eggs,
$1.50 per sotting of 15. 'MRS. J. A.
WHITE, West Union, S. C., Rt. 1. 0*
FOR SALK-Early variety Cotton
Seed that gets ahead of the boll wee
vil. Seo W. L. VHRNDR, Walhalla,
S. C._B-tt
NOTICE.-Tho Keowee Courier is
In position to handle subscriptions
to all the leading periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business.
FOR SALE- Ono Aero Lot with
three-room Cottage; known as tho
Jim Smith place. For information
S.O. S-ll*
oughbred.-Service offered to public.
For fee, particulars, etc., see or write
W. W. FOWLER, Walhalla, S. C..
Route 3. 2-3*
FOR SALE - House 4 and Lot m
town of Walhalla, on northeast cor
ner of College and Ervin streets. Has
six rooms; lot contains one acre. For
particulars see W. C. HUOHS. 44-tf
FOUND-First week in January,
in the Oakway section, (Bunch of
Keys. Owner can get same 'by iden
tifying Koys and paying for this ad
vertisement. Apply at Keowee Cou
rier, Walhalla, S. C. 8
per doz.; also Rhode Island 'Red, 75
cts. per doz. A few nico White Leg
horn Cockerels, $1.00 each. J. H.
.BARNETT, Westminster, S. C., Rt.
No. 4. x 7-0*
YOUNG MEN, Women, over 17,
desiring government positions, $130
monthly, writo for free Hst of posi
tions now open. J. LEONARD, (for
mer Civil Service Examiner,) 511
Equitable Bldg, Washington, D. C.
POR SALE - Used Cars nt Rm
gains.-Ono 1916 Roadster, $00.00;
one 1919 Roadster, $135.00; ono
1917 Touring, $100.00; ono 191S
Touring, $110.00; ono 19 19 Tour
ing. $150.00; one 1920 Touring,
self-starter, $190.00; ono Sedan, self
starter, $390.00. PIEOMONT MO
TOR CO., WKlhalla, 8. C. _7-tf
FARM FOR SALE.-3 I ?? Acres.
2 miles from Walhalla. I mile from
State Highway. Several acre3 good
cr?ek bottom. Fine Bermuda pas
ture. Good cultivated upland. About
live acres line saw mill timoor. Larg?
frame barn; old houjo. '/"ino well.
Excellent poultry and dalry farm.
Bargain price. JOHN" H. ERNEST,
Glenville, N. C._9*
one year from pedigree. 'Htolds first
placo at Clemson Agricultural Col
lego on five-year average. $2.00 por
'bushel, shelled or In tho ear. CO
?KER'S MARLBORO, one year from
pedigree. Hand picked Seed Corn.
$1.75 per bushel, shelled or In the
Westminster, <*. C. 8-11
Mntildin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
Sacrament of Penanco. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackln,
P. O. ilox 8 2, Anderson, S. 6.
?J. ?J? ?J. ?J? ?J. ?J? ?J. ?J* ?J? ?J. ?J? ?J. ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J. ?J? ?J? ?J?
-G6G cures chills and fever.-aav
-The D.A.It. Chapter will meet
with Mrs. Wade F. 'Mllam on Tues
day afternoon next, March 7th, at
3.30 o'clock.
-Harold Brennecke, of Columbia,
is spending a few days in Walhalla
with his mother, Mrs. Fannie Hren
necko, and among friends.
-If you want some good flour at
the old price, soe UH at once. J. H.
Alley, Wost Union, S. C.--adv.-9-10.
-Supervisor J. C. ?hockley wa3
seriously 111 for sevoral days last
week at his homo In West Union. Wo
are glad to report that he ls much
bettor now, and ls ablo again to bo
up and about.
-Tho Hnyne Circle will meet with
Mrs. J. R. S. Dendy on noxt Friday
afternoon at 3.;i0 o'clock. Tho an
nual business meeting will bo hold
nt this time, and all members aro
urged to bo prosont.
. I '-Spring niiUlu?ry opening'at Mrs
Jack Darby's Hat Shop, Friday and
Sattirdity; March 3d ami 4th: Every
thing new and fresh.-vr-ady.. . ".
-Any kind Of seed oats. J. H. AU j
ley, Weat Union, fl. O.-adr.-it-lO.
-?Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Davit,, ot
Greenville,- epent%the week-end with
the former's parents, iMr. and Mrs.
J. <N. Davis, of Walhalla (Route 2.
-The Ladies' Aid Society ot the
I Walhalla Methodist churoh will meet
I with Mrs. Elliott Rhodes Thursday
(to-morrow) afternoon1 at 8 o'clock.
All members are urged to be present
I -An unusually attractive line of
now spring millinery at the Hat Shop
of Quality. See this line before you
buy. Mrs. Jack Darby, Milliner,Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.
-William .J! Paterson, of Phila
delphia, is in Walhalla visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F.
Hetrick. Mr. 'Paterson ls a brother
of Mrs. Hetrick. He expects to re
turn to Philadelphia some time to
-Special devotional services will
ho held at the Walhalla Lutheran
church every Wednesday night at
7.30 o'clock-until Easter. Some In
teresting Bible biographies will be
studied. You are welcome, and your
presence will be appreciated.
-Two carloads of good hay Just,
received. And our price ls right. J.
H. Alley, West Union, S. C.-adv.-10
-The many friends of "Mrs. J. R.
Duncan, of West Union, who has
been quite ill for some time, will bc
glad to know that she is improving,
though her improvement Is not as
marked ns had been hoped for. We
hopo soon to learn of her completo
restoration to health.
-Next Monday will be salesday,
and on that date court will convene
also. There will doubtless be largo
crowds in attendance, especially on
tho first day of the session of court,
tho additional attraction of salesday
combining to augment the crowds
that tho convening of court will
-'Mrs. Jack Darby invites you to
inspect her line of new and up-to
date spring millinery, Friday and
Saturday, 'March 3d and Ith. Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.
-^Attention is directed to the or
dinances of the town of Walhalla,
which aro printed in this issue of
The Courier. Special attention is di
rected to Ordinance No. 2, Sec. 8, in
which an error occurs. Where the
Sanitary Tax rate is given as 25c.
per month it should be 33 l-3c. per
month. This error Is due to tran
scribing the Ordinance, and was not
noticed by the local authorities until
after those pages on which the ordi
nances appear had been printed All
citizens interested are urged to take
due note of this correction in Ordi
nance No. 2, Sec. 8.
-Get buBy on the advertisement
contest. The prize ads. will be found
on the fifth page of this issue. There
ls in each of the ads. appearing on
this page an intentionally mis-spelled
word, and a prize-two prizes, In
fact-offered for the one sending In
the first Hst of the mis-spelled words,
showing in whose ad. each mis-spel
led word is found, and giving the
correct spelling of the word. See the
rules governing tho contest, which
appear in the centro column of tho
page of ads. This is a good chance
to pick up $3 or $2 as a reward for
a little painstaking study and writ
ing. Get busy!
Rub-My-Tism for rheumatism.-ad
-1 have opened up a first-class
blacksmith shop, with >Mr. Eugene
l'oor at the anvil. Will appreciate
your patronage. All work guaran
teed. First-class horse shoeing $1.
Sugar cane syrup 5 0c. per gallon; 25
lbs. sugar $1.50, 10 lbs. G5c, 5 lbs.
35c. A few odds and ends in caps for
men and boys, sold up to $2, choice
now ISc. Get my price on Hour be
fore you buy. Have a good price this
week. Gas-Saturday, one day only,
2 4c. Come in. I will shoe you and
tell you the rest. W. M. Murphree,
Walhalla, S. C., Route 3.-adv.
-On Fob. 8th Mrs. Malinda Wil
son, of the Salem section, passed to
tho great beyond. She was tho widow
of tho late Taylor Wilson, who dlod
about ono year ago. Her malden
name was 'Miss Malinda Ross. She
was 67 years of age. She leaves her
mother, Mrs. Rudy 'Ross, 85 years
old, who lives In Colorado; two bro
thers, William Ross, of Walhalla;
Andrew Ross, of Colorada; three
daughters, Mrs. J. 0. Rochester, Mrs.
W. F. 'Rochester, of Salem, and Mrs.
Lum Silvers, of Colorado; four sons,
Darker and Den Wilson, of Colorado,
and John and Dave Wilson, of Salem,
besides a large circle of relatives and
a host of friends, to mourn her
death. Sho was a Christian woman
and always ready to help In time of
distress and need. Her body was laid
to rest by the side of her husband
on the day following her death, tho
Interment being made in the Rosa
cemetery, Funeral services ami ser
vice at tho grave wore conducted by
Rev. W. H. Nicholson.
-Died, in Columbia, on the morn
ing of Fob. 2 0th, at 9 o'clock, Wil
liam C. Morton. He had been In ver>
feeble health for a number of years
and on Monday morning of last wool
tho death angel visited him and bade
his gentle spirit to leave the mor ta
casket and entor Into Paradise,when
no pain nor sorrow can over entor
lils body reached Walhalla on Tues
day of last week on tho noon train
and on Wednesday the remains won
laid to rest In tho cemetery at Pop
lar Springs Baptist church, of whlcl
church ho had been a member for i
number of years. Ho leaves to mouri
his death a loving wlfo, father, mo
thor, threo brothers and two sisters
and a host of other relatives am
many friondB. Funeral services wor
conducted by Rov. L. M. Lyda, as
slstod by Rev. <L. W. Langston, oi
last Wednesday at ll a. m. Mi
Morton was a young man of hig
integrity and worth. Ho was an en
orgotlc worker, a faithful employe
In whatever capacity ho labored \?n
til his health gavo way. For sevorii
years past ho hod been totally lncn
pacitated for any kind of work. W
Join with others in extending sympn
thy to tho. boreaved ones in thei
[, -p66 euros malarial fovor.-ad'
Tites you to her Millinery parlor
Friday and Saturday, March 3d and
4th. in Citiaens* Bank Building, op
posite postofflce, Seneca, Sr q..-adv.
8-9. .'
-1-Mre. Lewis C. HarriBon.who has
been visiting relatives in Charlotte
and other North Carolina points,will
spend a few days thia week, in .Green
ville as the gucBt of Miss ?faule Har
rison, returning to Walhalla next
-Lawrence T. Bell ls at present'|
located at Waldo, Fla., where' he ls
engaged in trucking and plant grow
ing. He ls with R. L. Schehok, one
of the well-known truckers and plant
growers of that section. Mr. Bellhas
been in Florida for several Weeks'.
He is a son of F. J. Bell, of Wost
Union 'Route iNo. 1,"
--For Salo-High class hard and
soft, brick. Arthur Brown, Walhalla,
S. C.-adv.-43-tf.
-Rev. George Zachary Will con
duct services at S tJ.ohn's Episcopal
church, Walhalla, on Sunday even
ing next, March 6th, at 7.3d o'clock.
The public ls cordially invited tc at
tend the service. This will be the
last service here by 'Mr. Zachary as
rector of this church, and*, he has
made special effort to hold this ser
vice in view of the fact that the wea
ther has interfered with his two pre
vious appointments.
-666 quickly roi loves a cold.-ad
-Dr. A. H. Hayden, specialist at
tached to the State Board of Health,
was In Walhalla Sunday and pro
nounced sovoral cases -of so-called
chicken pox, mostly among the col
ored population, as a mild form of
s mallpox, ond immediate steps were
taken whereby all school .ohildren
and teachers were vaccinated, as
were others of the town, the^. State
Board of Health furnishing the vac
cine on telegraphic request of Dr.
-'Miss S. Flncannon wishes to an
nounce her spring opening, Friday
and Saturday, '.March 3d and 4th, in
Citizens' Bank Building, only across
tho street from former location. Sen
eca, S. C.-adv.-8-9.
-Several raids wero made during
last week by Officers Gus Sullivan,
W. A. Lawless, O. A. HunnlcUtt and
James Baskln. On Saturday at Brass
town, near Long Creek, 48 bushels
of corn meal mash was destroyed,
and ten big fermenters wore taken.
Is was estimated that the mash
would probably have made 160 gal
lons of whiskey. On Tuesday^'of last
week a large outfit was captured it:
the locassee section, 1,800 gallons of
beor and a GO-gal lon copper still and
complete outfit was taken.
-666 cures bilious fever.~-*adv.
-A marriage that came as a sur
to friends of the groom was that of
Miss Grace Gaines, of Pendergrass,
Ga., and Harold Phillips, ot Wal
halla, which took place at Gaines
ville, Ga., last Sunday, 'March 26th.
The young couple were married in
the afternoon and arrived in Wal
halla Sunday evening. The groom ls
a son of Mr. and Mrs. Mlle'sJL. phil
lips, of Walhalla. Mr. and Mra.f&ail
llps will make their home here; for
the present at least, Mr. Phillipp be
ing engaged in businebs here with
his brother, Arthur C. Phillips^. We
join with others in wishing the y?'un
couple long life, happiness and pros
-Marett's Early Improved ??Wan
na maker-Cleveland Cotton Seed.
Bred for earliness. Absolutely.,pure.
Private gins for our farms. Our es
pecially designed grading machinery
Is far ahead of anything we have
ever seen. Our seed is deUntefd and
will come up two or three days ear
lier. Delay may mean failure'. We
Invite you to visit us at our'office
and on%our farms, to see our breed
ing work, this spring and summer.
Write for facts and prices. Marett
Farm and Seed Company, Westmin
ster, S. C.-adv.-5-tf.
-There are many who will regret
to learn of the death of C. R.' Lan
ning, which occurred at his home in
tho upper pa't of the county on Feb.
7th. Mr. Lanning was one of Oco
nee's stalwart citizens, honest and
honorable in all his dealings with his
fellow-man, and he will be sorely
missed In the home, in his commu
nity and In the county. Ho is sur
vived by his wife and six children.
The funeral was held on the day fol
lowing his death, the interment tak
ing place in tho Boon Creek come
ter?. The Courier joins with many
other friends of tho family in ext?nd
Ing to them sincere sympathy In the
great loss and sorrow which they
have sustained.
-To prevent a cold take 666.-ad
-From the Evansville (Ind.)
Courier of Feb. 22d we clip the fol
lowing notice, \vhlch will be read by
many with deep regret: "Mrs. Mag
gie -Stockwell Rogers, wife of Wil
liam J. Rogers, mechanical superin
tendent of the Courier, passed away
after an Illness of almost a year, at
tho home of her brother, Charles
Stockwell, 700 Washington avenue.
Beside hor husband, Mrs. Rogers ls
survived by two sons, Zaff and Kil
burn; two brothers, Charles and
James Stockwell, and thrco sisters,
Mrs B. M. Zaff, 'Mrs. L. Bennett and
Mrs. N. E. Talley. Mrs. Rogers was
well beloved of all who knew her.
She had passed hor entire life here.
Until tho sickness that caused her
death forced retirement, Mrs. Rogers
was a groat force for good in her
community. Sho formerly belonged
to tho Christian church." . . William
J. Rogers, husband of tho docensed,
ls well known in Oconee, whero he
has a host ot friends who will Join
with us In oxtondlng to him sympa
thy in his borenvenienl. Ho is a son
of tho lato Capt. Leonard Rogers, of
tho Salem section, and many years
ago served an apprenticeship in Tho
Courier office as a printer. It is in
deed a sou iv e of great sorrow to us
and others of hi3 friends to loam of
his bereavement.
-Millinery-Wo have a most at->
tractive .showing of new and orlgl-*i
r.nl Snrlng headgear. Friday andi'
BnUirday, March-3d and Ith, at'Tay-X
lora in Citizens' Bank :ito??dlng,r
opposite postoffloe. WjA 8-.\J.Tncflh-?
non, Seneca, S. C.-adv.* gig 1
Have i
dred bi
Still lo
per an]
J-To break a cold ake 666.-adv
--Miss Janie Harrison, of Green
ville, spent the past week-end with
her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Frank E.
llarrlson, of Walhalla.
-Miss Rosa Patterson, of the
Pendleton High School faculty, was
a visitor for the week-end . at the
home of ?Rev- and Mrs. W. H. Hamil
-Miss Carrie Darby Harrison,
who ls teaching in tho South Urion
school, spent the week-end with i.er
parents, Mr. .and ?Mrs. F. E. Harri
son, and family, of Walhalla.
-Rub-My-Tism, a pain killer.-ad
-<-The State, Fob. 24th: "Paul J.
Fredericks, of Anderson, was yester
day appointed a game warden by the j
Governor. Mr. Fredericks ls a con- '
ductor on the Blue Ridge Railway
from Belton to Walhalla."
-?Mrs. C. G. .Jaynos.who has been |
spending some time in 'Florida, re
turned to Walhalla last week. Her
many friends will be glad to learn
that her health ls materially Im
-Mlss>'Lazette -Counts, of Lincoln
ton, N. C., and Miss Julia Kaufmann,
members of the Lincolnton school
faculty, spent the week-end in Wal
halla as guests of their relatives and
-Tho Bank of Walhalla has ob
tained a limited supply of the new
"Victory" or "Peace" dollars for Its
customers, and they will be pleased
to exchange for old dollars as long
as the supply lasts.
-Mrs. Jane Carpenter died dur
ing the early part of February at her
home In tho Salem section. She was
a consistent member of the Metho
dist church, a good woman in every
respect, and was loved by all who
knev* her. The funeral services were
conducted by her pastor, Rev. Wil
liam Holcomb, and the body was laid
to rest In the 'Boon Creek cemetery
on tl}o day following her death. The
Courier Joins with many others in
extending sympathy to tho bereaved
ones In their sorrow.
-Dainty Wanda Hawley, In "Ldve
Charin," will bo the attraction nt the
Star Theatre, Walhalla, to-night, and
on Thursday (to-morrow) night the
management will present a double
bill, two attractive features-May
McAlvoy ln.,"Tho Forbidden Valley,"
and Harold Loyd In a two-reel com
edy, "The Flirt." There will also be
a good picture for Friday night, and
Saturday afternoon and night the
serial picture, 'Winners of the West,'
with the usual Western com?dy reel.
Next Wednesday, March 8, "Back
to God's Country" will bo shown
hore. Qwlng to the fact that this is
an ii ii u Hu a 11 y high '?"? picture, a
slight advance in <pr. necessary.
Tho admission will b*. or children
Hie, for adults 35c. You will not re
gret the small additional cost, as tho
picture ls well worth ,moro than tho
admission charge There is always
?''g'd(5fd'1>rctitV6 'a:t'The Wf?'Mmv* M
room for about five
aning money at 6 per cent
Qum on all new business.
sea Cotton Ware
house Go.,
u W. GIGNILLIAT, President,
Seneca, S. C.
i t
-Our Entire Stock of
$5.22 a Pair.
These Sold for $J0.00, $12.50 and $15.00.
-Mrs. ?L. T. Simmons left last
week for Columbia, where she will
be for a short while with relatives.
She was accompanied by her son-in
law and daughter, iMr. and Mrs.Pink
ham, of New York, who have been
spending the winter in Walhalla with
-Tax-payers should take cogni
zance of the fact that tho bill ex
tending the time for paying taxes
has been vetoed by Governor Cooper.
?If you have not already paid your
taxes you will do well to look after
same at once. The vetoing of the
extension bill puts the payment of
taxes back just whore it stands un
der the law as to. time for payment
and ns to penalties prescribed for
fullwrc to pay within ''i>*r
-?There are many in Oconee who
will learn with regret of tho death
of Thomas E. Alexander, which oc
curred in ' Walhalla^ last Monday at
1.1.20 a. m., after a lingering illness
of nearly two months. 'Ho was a na
tivo of Oconee, though born at Old
Pickens, formerly Plckens district,
but which place is in the present ter
ritory of Oconee. He was born Dec.
13th, 1861, being a little more than
60 years of age at the time of his
death. Ho was a son of Elijah and
Vinetta Alexander, both of whom
have been dead for many years. He
had resided in Walhalla for thirty
years or more and was numberod
among the prominent and substan
tial business ' mon of the place. In
later years his business activities had
been largely confined to doalings in
real ostato, though for a number of
years ho ongnged In the mercantile
and livery bjtf Inessa,Jn Walhalla. ( Ho
?**"<.S * ..VtT/,f'*}?rV. v-.r?<>-/.W.?*?.'?? ??V*'' .-.'VJ..,.
was a consistent member of the Wal
halla Presbyterian church, being a
deacon in this church at tho time of
his death. He was a devout Chris
tian and a good citizen, and his tak
ing away will be the source of deep
regret to a wido circle of friends and
acquaintances. He was the last one
of his Immediate family, his sister,
Mrs. Rose Schroder, having diod hore
j several years ago. Ho ls survived by
the following nephews and nieces:
Frank C. Alexander and Mrs. S. O.
Youngblood, both of Oklahoma; Will
J. Schroder and Mrs. C. G. Jaynes, of
Walhalla. Funeral services were held
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at
the Walhalla Presbyterian church,
and the remains wero Interred In the
cemetery of St. John's Lutheran
church. The services wore conducted
by (Rev. W. H. Hamilton and Rov. L.
W. Langston, pastors of tho Presby
, terian and Baptist churchos, respect
Big Help for Presbyterians.
Clinton, S. C., Fob. 27.-Dr. Doug
las hos received a telogram from Dr.
Arnott, secrotary of. the genoral
board of education ('known ns the
Rockefeller "Foundation,) stating
that the board had appropriated the
sum of $125,000 towards $375,000
for Increased' endowment. That is,
the board ls to give $1,2(5,000 and tho
college ls to raise $25/0,000, all to-be
permanently invested'; for an endow
ment fund. Tn order to fill this con
dition lt will not be necessary to put
on a new campaign if all the money
subscribed In the million-dollar cam
paign in collected. S

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