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Four Insertion? for prise of
(NOTICE.-No advertlsesuent ac
cepted tor this column for les* than
15 cents* one Insertion.)
FOI; SAL li-One good Milk Cow;
fresh. Apply to MRS. CLARA Du
BOSE, Walhalla, S. C., Rt. 1. 10?
SMITH'S MARKET paye cash for
Chickola and EggB. Walhalla, S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C._86-tt
Seed, Saturday, March 11th, at my
home. H. W. BRANDT, Walhalla, S.
FOR SALE-Barred Plymouth
Rock Eggs, 75 cents per Setting.
MRS. A. H. MARETT, Fair Play, S.
FOR SALE-'I offer for sale one
Bedatead, samo being sold for stor
age charges. At homo of W. L.
COBB, Westminster. S. C. 8-11?
FOR SALE-^Ten-room Residence,
corner Tugaloo and Mauldln s'treets.
'Address WM. A. HETRIOK, Wal
halla, S. C._7-10
FOR.SALE-Early variety Cotton
Seed that gets ahead ot the boll wee
vil. See W. L. VERN ER, Walhalla,
S. C._5-tf
NOTICE.-The Keowee Courier is
In position to handle subscriptions
to all the leading periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business.
HAVE Your Cotton Seed Graded.
I will grado seed at H. D. Huskamp's
Gin on Thursday and Friday. H. S.
c _JL?_!_
FOR H Ail iE - One Acre Lot with
th ree-room Cottage; known as the
Jim Smith place. (For information
apply to (BlaJNK OF WEST UNION,
?._C._ _8-11?
oughbred.-Service offered to public.
For fee, particulars, etc, see or write
W. W. FOWLER, Walhalla, S. C..
Route 3._2-3?
FOR SALB - House and Lot in
town of Walhalla, on northeast cor
ner of College and ErvIn streets. Has
six rooms; lot contains one acre. For
particulars see W. C. HUGHS. 44-tf
CLERKS - Young Men, Women,
over 17, desiring Government Posi
tions, $125 monthly, write for freo
list of positions now open. J. LEON
ARD, (former Civil Service Exam
iner,) 615 Equitable Bldg., Wash
ington, (D. C. , 10-13?
FOR SALE - Used Cars at Bar
gains.-One 1916 Roadster, $90.00;
one 1919 Roadster, $135.00; one
1917 Touring, $100.00; one 1918
Touring, $140.00; one 1919 Tour
ing, $150.00; ono 1920 Touring,
self-starter, $190.00; one Sedan, self
Starter, $390.00. PIEDMONT MO
TOR CO., Wh 1 halla, S. C. 7-tf
while tho roads are muddy, and you
can use your car when the roads get
dry. Wo also re-cover tops and put
In back curtains. We guarantee sat
isfaction, both in workmanship and
price. Write or phono 13. G. NIX,
Auto Paint Shop, over Central Ga
rage, Anderson, S. C. Phono 460.
10-14 '_
one year from pedigree. Holds first
placo at Clemson Agricultural Col
lego on five-year average. $2.00 per
(bushel, shelled or In tho ear. CO
OKER'S MARLBORO, one year from
pedigree. Hand picked Seed Corn.
$1.75 per bushel, shelled or in the
Westminster, s. C. 8-11
WONDERFUL Bargain Prices.
Ono .Mule $45,00, 2-section Smooth
ing Marrow $3.00, 1 Terracing Sur
veying Level $5.00, one 8-dlsc Cuta
way Harrow, including Truck and
Iron Tripplotreo, $18.00; one two
wheeled 5-ploy Cultivator, $5.00; 3
Grain Drills with fertilizer attach
ment and somo old Plows and other
articles, all together, cheap. D. E.
GOOD, Walhalla, S .C. ?_ 10-11
A X X O V X C E M E N T-To My
Friends and tho Public of Oconee In
General: I have opened a First-class
Tin and Sheet .Metal Shop in rear of
Norman Drug Co.'8 old stand. Will
bo glad to serve you in anything in
the Sheet Metal Lino, such us Hot
Air Furnaces, Metal Roofs, Gutters,
.Sport Automobile Bodies, etc. In
fact, everything in the Tin and Sheet
Metal Line. Everything guaranteed
to be dono In a Hrst-class, workman
like manner. If you are in need of
my services, come in and see mo. No
job too small or too largo. Yours for
future service. ROBERT H. KEL
LER, Walhalla, S. C. 10-13?
Mauldln Street, Walhalla, S. C.
Sacrament of Ponance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackin,
P. O. Box 8 2, Andorson, S. C.
A Regular Communication of Rino
pxjTnii??! Ridge I^odge, No. 9 2, A F.
!>!?fil M" w,n bo hol(1 next Frl"
ISMBK af day night, March 10, 1922,
at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brothers always welcome.
J. B. S. DENBY, W. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (adv)
There will bo a Regular Mooting
of Walhalla Lodge, No. 07, Knights
of Pythias, nt tho Masonic Templo
to-morrow (Thursday) night at 8
Veles*. Vrmt ??x*?er tsgel te ?e
? * Werk te ii? Rank ef icaight.
Gteaeeller Commander,
T. ?. ?HMLOR. K. of R. and ?.
|||?^C l|l l|l >|l 1^1 M tjilpi ?|> ?|? >|l ?J? ?|? ?^4 ?|. ? J< ? J?
-Any kind of seed oat?. J. H. Al
ley, Wost Union, S. C.--adv.-9-10.
-Mina Florence Hetriok spent the
past week-end with friends in An
-The municipal trash wagon will
start the last of the week. Every one
< ls requested to have all trash at the
front of house, otherwise lt will be
-We extend to all an invitation
to inspect our line of millinery be
fore you buy. Mitchell & Reeder,
Westminster, S. C.-adv
-The attention of citizens ls call
ed to Section 8 of Ordinance No. 2,
as recently published. The wording,
"Evory occupant of a house" should
be "Every owner of a house." Take
due notice of this wording, as lt is
Important to everybody concerned.
i-666 cures chills and fever.-adv
-Robert 'Miller, familiarly known
to almost everybody in Walhalla and
Oconoe as "Uncle Bob," had the mis
fortune yesterday morning while
walking across his yard, of breaking
his leg. He is getting along as well
as could be expected, and it is not
thought that his injury will prove of
a serious nature. He has a host of
friends who will Join with us in the
hope that he may soon be out again.
-Good loose hulls, 55c. per 100
lbs. Other feedstuffs at prices that
will make you realize you can walk
a block and savo a dollar, for
'Maynes cuts the price and sells the
-Notwithstanding the extreme
cold, a large meeting of the Paul
Hayne Circle gathered at the home
of Mrs. J. W. Bell on Friday after-^
noon, Feb. 17th. Instructive read-"
ings by Mrs. Ansel, Mrs. Barr and
Miss Stribling, and a musical selec
tion, were enjoyed. Much business
was attended to, after which the club
adjourned. During the social hour
an elaborate salad course was serv
ed by Miss 'Elotes Strother and Mrs.
William Bell.
-Just received, car of beet pulp.
92.00 per sack. C. W. Sb J. E. Bauk
night, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
-W. O. White left yesterday for
Charleston, where he will be for
several days attending the meeting
of the Masonic Grand 'Lodge. Mr.
White is representing Blue Ridge
Lodge, No. 92, of Walhalla. The ses
sion of the Grand Lodge will cover
to-day and Thursday, and 'Mr. White
expects to return to Walhalla Friday
night. He is one of the most active
Masons in our county, and Blue
Ridge Lodge has chosen a most ex
cellent representative for the session
of the Grand (Lodge.
-Our creations or millinery from
the Northern as well as the? Southern
markets are new and different. Call
and see them. Mitchell & Reeder,
Westminster, S C..-adv.
-John E. Bauknight ls in Now
York this week on business, having
gone in the capacity of buyer for the
firm of C. W. & J. E. Bauknight. He
will bo absent about ten days, and
shortly after his arrival home, the
large spring stock that ho is laying
in will begin to arrive. The usual
high standard of goods carried by
this enterprising firm will be main
tained in their 1922 purchases. The
public will be advised of tho arrival
of thia new stock through The Cou
rier. Watch thoir space on the first
-Marett's Early Improved Wan
namaker-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 delinted and
will como up two or throe 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.
-This afternoon and to-night
(Wednesday) tho management of
The Star Theatre offers "Back to
God's Country," adapted from the
story, "Wapi, the Walrus," by Oliver
Curwood, which appeared in Good
Housekeeping magazine. The picture
ls Intensely dramatic, full of thrills,
and ut thc same time simple and
natural. It will appeal to old and
young alike. Everything shown in
the picture is absolutely accurate
a story of tho great Northwest,whero
the only law ls that of claw and fang,
of knife and gun. The scenes were
protographed in tho Arctic ice x.elds
and nearer tho 'Polo than any other
plcturo. You cannot fail to bo pleas
ed if you seo this wonderful photo
play. Admission, children 10c, ad
ults 2;">c. lt's worth tho price.
-Two carloads of good hay Just
received. And our price is right. J.
H. Alley, West Union, S. C.-adv.-lO
-The many friends of Lowis Ma
this will bo sorry to hear of his
death, which took placo at tho home
of his niece, Mrs. Frank Smith, in
Westminster, on Saturday of last
week. 'Mr. Mathis was G8 years of
ago. He was a member of tho 'Meth
odist church, and had mndo his homo
in Westminster for tho past eight or
nino years, moving there from Spar
tanburg. Ho was, howovor, a native
of this county, having been born in
tho Conoross section. Ho leaves a
son, William Mathis, of Greenville,
and three sisters, besides numerous
other relatives, to mourn his death.
Eunoral services wero conducted by
Rey. J. A. Bond, and tho body was
laid to rest on Sunday In the Pleas
ant Hill cemetery. 1
- See our lino of 10c. gingham.
Of course, tho quality is not the
best, but mighty good for tho price.
Othor grades Just as Cheap. Walk a
block and savo a dollar. "Jaynos cuts
the price and soils tho goods."-adv.
-Otr-li?? of mWliW
?late ??fl Mit prise*Iff right. Como
aa? see. Mite.oll ? R??4wf WV?t
?aleater, *}, C.-?<?. , .
-.Mr?. H. Grady Barlo? IM re-1
turned to h?r homo in itUat?, after
?pending three week? wi^li homo
folks here. She was accompanied, by
her mother and little elster. Mrs. w;
J. and little Mist Margie Kelly.
-To break a cold take Mfl.-adirj
-Mrs. R. E. Bowen, of Pickona;
Miss Pauline'Hughs, of Atlanta, and
Edwin Hughs, of Toco?a, wore Tis?
itors at the home of their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. (Hughs, of Wal
halla, for the past week-end. Their
many friends were delighted to see
Rub-My-Tism for rheumatism.-ad,
-We hare a lot of subscriptions
that expire with this issue. Soo that
your label ls advanced if your sub
scription is about to expire. This
will be a good chance for subscribers
to pay up and get the votes for their
choice for Queen of PalmafesU. Soe
announcement and coupon elsewhere
in this paper.
-.If you want some good flour at
the old price, see us at once. J. H.
Alley, West .Union, S. C.-adv.-9-10.
-Don't fail to soe about your vac
cination if you are a resident of the
town of Walhalla. You should see
after this between now and the 10th.
If you don't get a "doc" to scratch
your arm, it is more than probable
that 'Mayor Moss will stick you with
a fine. And lt's right. An ounce of
prevention is worth a pound of cure.
'Read the Health Ordinance (No. 12)
published elsewhere in thia issue.
-See me before you buy 'your
barb wire, poultry wire, trace chains
and hames. It will mean money
saved to you. Make your dollars go
farther by trading with Jaynes. Walk
a block and save a dollar. "Jaynes
cuts the price and sells the gooda."
-Don't forget to see "Back to
God's Country" to-night (Wednes
day)-a wonderful picture of the
great Northwest. No advance In the
price of admission-10 and 25 cts.
Thursday Blanche Sweet, in "That
Girl Montana." This picture is Sure
to please you. There will be no pic
ture at The Star Theatre, Walhalla,
on Friday, but Saturday will see the
usual splendid bill, two jool? of the
thrilling serial, a fine Western pic
ture and a good comedy. Don't miss
the show Saturday. Watch for dates
of the coming attractions. There are
some splendid ones booked foV early
-For Salo-High class hard and!
soft brick. Arthur Brown, Walhalla,
8. C.-adv.-43-tf.
i-The Green Motor Company an
nounce the opening of their branch
in Walhalla, and they have a com
plete line of repairs for. Dodge Bros.
motor cars, and they also handle ithe
well-known United States tires and
Willard batteries for all makes of
cars. They solicit a fair'sharerof tho
public patronage and guaran too ? all
work turned out by themV'Tepy are
located on Main street, in tao Ma
sonic Temple block, Walhalla, and
for the convenience of the republic
they have installed telephone service,
theirjnuiuber being 43. They will be
glad "to have you call them ?up or
drop into their place. *.
-To prevent a cold take 66.6.-ad
-'Married, at tho Baptist parson
age. West Union Route 1, on Sunday
evening at 7.30 o'clock, Mardh 5th.
Miss Belle Thomas and Lucius
White. The bride is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas, and is a
young lady of untold value to hei
church and community, she'. being
a teacher of the Sunday school and
also leader of tho B.Y.P.U. How
ever, it is hoped that she will con
tinue to live in the home community.
The'groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert White and Is a young; man
who has a bright future promised for
him. He was one of our boys who
answered the call of Unelo Sam In
the World War. Rev. M. J. Stansell,
pastor of the bride, omclatod. - This
young couple como from two promi
nent families of the New Hop? sec
tion and number their friends by
their acquaintances, all of whom will
join, with The Courier in extending
them the very best of all good wishes
for long life, happiness and prosper
-You will bo pleased with both
tho price and the quality of .TayneB's
slippers for ladies and children. Wo
carry a full lino, and we want to
show you what wo havo. Get the
habit of shopping at Jayncs's. Walk
a block and save a dollar. "Jaynes
cuts tho price and sells the goods."
-Special efforts aro being mado
to fill tho Walhalla H. S. Auditorium
for the next Lyceum number, which
number will appear hero on March
17th. This attraction, Tho Montague
Opera Co., is heralded as being the
host of this course of high class at
tractions. Tho local manager ls be
ing congratulated on securing this
company for an engagement in Wal
halla. Those who havo had the pleas
ure of hearing these entertainers say
that there ard nono better with the
Redpath Lyceum Company. In or
der that moro people will avail them
selves of the opportunity of hearing
this company, tho local hoard of di
rectors aro offering special admis
sion prices of 25 cents for children
and 50 cents for adults. And can you
use Ave now sliver dollars? The di
rectors are offering this amount as
a prizo. to bo given to the person
handing in tho most money from tho
salo of tickets to this attraction. Ar
for. every five tickets sold a compli
mentary ticket will ho given. So if
you do not win tho prize, you cnn
win several complimentary tickets.
If you desire to outer this contest,
seo Supt. M. K. Fort, of tho High
School, or drop Into 'Moss & Ansol's
storo and make arrangements, "Tho
tickets to bo sold may bo sociirod
from thom. Tho winner of tho $5.00
will be announced Just before ftho
curtain goes un for tho ontortalp
rnonl on tho night of the 17th. "
t -Rub-My-Tism, a pain killer.-ad
-6C.. euros malarial fevor.-adv.
Have i
dred bi
Still lo
per am
-Miss "Hadie Thompson left last
week for Woodruff, S. C., where she
will spend a while at the home of
her brother
'-666 quickly relieves a cold.-ad
-'Deputy Sheriff Gus Sullivan,
Magistrate Mack Dillard and Deputy
Bal D. Breazealo and Jack Alexander
raided a still near Long Greek last
Sunday, capturing two men and a
woman. They destroyed 1,500 gal
lons of beer and 21 gallons of whis
key. A completo copper outfit was
also taken by the officers. All the
parties connected are arranging for
bond, and for reasons best known to
tho officers their names were with
-666 cures bilious fevor.-adv.
-<A very unfortunate affair oc
curred last Saturday night Just out
side the corporate limits of Wal
halla, where a carnival company has
been showing for the past ten days.
Creighton Hall, a young man of 25
or 3 0 years, was seriously shot as
the crowd was leaving tho carnival
tent. It is said that three shots wore
fired, but only one took effect in the
body pf Hall. He was shot in tho
stomach, and physicians who waited
on him stato that there aro a dozen
or moro perforations of the intes
tines. ?Henry ?M. Watson, a young
attorney of Walhalla, was arrested,
it being charged that ho fired tho
shot that struck Hall. Various and
conflicting reports nro in circulation
concerning tho affair, but wo have
been unable to get at anything that
seems to bo of such a nature as to
be properly published as fact. There
has been a groat deal of drinking,
shooting and rowdyism at and near
tho carnival tent for a number of
nights preceding tho trouble Satur
day, and this sort of nn outcome lins
been feared by not a few. Hall's con
dition is considered serious, though
he has about an equal chance in the
fight between lifo and death, lt is
said. Complications may arise, ow
ing to tho nature of tho. wound, and
chango his condition at any time
At present ho is doing Just as Well
as could be expected. Ho is at his
home in tho old Walhalla Hotel
building on Main stroet. Ho is a son
of W. I\ Hall, who formerly lived in
Walhalla. Watson will bo held with
out ball, it is understood, until a
definite report is made by Hall's phy
-Thero aro many in Oconoo who
will loarn with doop rogret of tho
death of Rev. Dr. J. L. Stokes, for
merly pastor of tho Walhalla Metho
dist church, but who for somo time
past had boon making his homo :
?Lincolnton, Nf. C., with his daughter,
Mrs. R. J. Slfford. Both Dr. and Mr.
Stokes had beon residing thero slnco
tho falling of Rov. Stokes' health.
Ho was ono of tho most universally
beloved ministers of tho Methodist
church in this Stnto, a man of doop
thonglit, consecrated" "'life; and
scholar of high attainments! Dr.
Stokos died last Thursday and his
body was sent to Waltorboro, this
room for about five hun
3 TT O
aning money at 6 per cent
Qum on all new business.
Cotton Ware
house Co.,
r. W. GIGNILIJAT, Pr.iid?nt,
Seneca, S. C.
. . ' :'?' X
A good name
S od an
n Mya
llie Green Motor Co.
Walhalla, S. C.
State, whoro the interment took
placo on Saturday morning, pr.
Stokes was 68 years of age, and his
lifo was full of good works nnd ear
nest service for his .Master and the
church. He was a writer of consld
orahlo note and thero aro several val
uable volumes from his pen that will
livo long after him. He was ; born
near Walterboro and spont his early
yoars in that section of the Sta lo.
Ho ls survived by his wlfo, throo
daughters and ono son-Mrs. j. T.
Carter, of Oreonvlllo; Mrs. It. J.
Sifford, of Lincolnton, N. C.; Mrs. L.
T. Covingtorr/iof Walhalla, nnd Rev.
Marlon .Stokes, of Korea. Tho latter
was on his way to America on a va
cation from his missionary work and
probably reached Lincolnton before
tho death of his fathor. Dr. Stokes
had been a sufferer for a long timo
from Bright's disonso, but only for
the past six or eight months had his
condition beon serious. It was duo
to this chango In ris condition that
ho was forced to relinquish, somo
months ago, his active work In tho
service of the Master and the church
which ho lovod so woll. There aro
hosts of friends of the family in this
section who will Join with Tho Cou
rier in oxtondlng to the bereaved
qnos sincero jiympaj.hy,. In their hour
of doop sorrow.
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