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MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands, lt. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C. _26-tf_
FOR RENT-House and half-acre
Lot In West Union; house in good
repair. See me nt once. J. C. KNOX,
West Union, S. C. 28*_
HEMSTITCH i NG and Pccotliig.
All work carefully and promptly
done. MKS. J. Iii. HOBKINS, Sen
eca, S. C. 28-3,5?
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FOB SALE-l-horse Peerless En-?
Kine and Shingle Mill Oil HR. Cheap
foi cash, or will make trade. See
.1, li. STEWART, Westminster, S. C.
28-3 0? _l
KOK SALI-:-Ford Truck, in good
condition; or would swap for a Ford
Roadster. Also, 70 bushels Abruz/.i
Seed ?yo for sale. \V. H. GLAZE
NKR, West Dniou, S.C., Ut. I 20 *
HEMSTITCHING AND PICOTING j
Attachment; works on any machine;
easily adjusted. Price, Full in-1
strm lions and sumplo. MARSH I
BROS., Wilmington, Ohio. 211-31*
WANTED-ono or two live, reli
able mon in every town in tho corni- :
ties of Oconeo, Bickens and Auder- j
son, to represent Tho North Ameri
can Accident and Health Insurance
Co. Liberal terms. Experienced mon '
preferred. Apply to W. ll. HUGHS, ]
Richland, S, C. 13-tt j
WANTED-By young couple with
one child- Two or three unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Want j
lights and waler and as near io pub-J
lie square ns possible. References !
furnished if desired. See .1. K. HAW
KINS, Manager of Peoplo's Store,
next door to Dank of Walhalla. L's
PIANO SACRIFICE.-Due to in
ability to keep up payments, wo have
had a high grade Piano, In tho best
of condition, turned back to us. This
instrument wo can sell for a rare
bargain, giving terms to responsible
parties. Kop full particulars address
LUDPEN & DATES. Atlanta, Ga.
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauhlln Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EA CH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Roverend Tilomas .J. Mackin,
P. O. Box 82, Anderson, S. C.
A Special Communication of Dino j
!T?r\Xr??''l Ridge Lodge, No. 9 2, A. F. |
M., will bo held Friday
night, July 14th, 1922, at
Work in Second Degree. Visiting
J. B. S. DENDY. W. M. |
W. 0. WHITE, Secretary. (adv) !
* LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ?J,
- Mrs. .Ins, M. Mess is spending'
a few days visiting her sister nt Pen
--Look al our cars before you buy.
Prices right, ('.reen Motor Co., Wal
halla, S. C. adv. 27-28.
Kdwin i mulls, of Gainesville,
Ga., spoin ho pa -t week-end in w,ti
li, lill Visiting h?:. pare?is, M y. an cl
Mrs, M. r. Hugh .. mid among other
rein!i ves ?ind friends. i
Blue Label 10 1
Red Label 10 ll
Phone 28 Will Get Your S
rest of thc
TEA Y HUTCHISON.
M A N'S
i Confections, A warb
les of America. An ap
evcry occassion. To
ch to any social affair
Sk TM- CANDY.
AUTO CO. li LOCK
- Watch Smith's Marko?, for fros!)
tish Friday ?nd Saturday - -adv.
Miss Francos Watson is spend
ing some time with her sister, Mrs.
Mitchell, of Fair Play.
- The Aid society of tho Walhalla
Methodist church will meet With Mrs.
Claire Covington Thursday afternoon
at .! o'clock. All members are urged
- Misses isabella Macaulay, of
Anderson, Carolyn Darby, Julia Wat
son and Dob .Macaulay, of Walhalla,
spent tho week-end at Highlands, N.
-We aro closing out a big lot of
boys' and men's summer hats at
$1.29; real valuo $1.7 5. Wo also
have a big stock of Ford auto tires
at special prices. J. H. Alley, Wost
I nion, S. C.-adv.-28-29.
-Robert L. Dogers left yesterday
for Anniston, Ala., whero ho will be
for several weeks attending tho Or
ganized Deserve Camp at Camp Mc
-Zan White, of Buffalo, N. Y., is
spending a week or two with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. White,' of
tho Tamassee section. He has nu mor
oni' friends in tho county who arc
always glad to see him.
-- E. 1*. McCravy. candidate for
Congress in the Third district, was
circulating among friends in Wal
halla yesterday. He lias changed but
little since be used to bo located in
Wa ilia ila. and found many friends of
former days glad to m set and talk
with him again.
Tho Walhalla public schools are
lin the hands of a new board of trus
tees for the next session, C. F. llct
rick h.is been appointed lo take the
place of W C. 1 Inglis, resigned, and
.las ii. Darby succeeds C. W. Pitch
ford, whose term expired. E.L.Hern
don, Fs<i . who holds ovor, completes
-Mrs. J. F. Allen, Jr., of rimers,
s. C.; Mrs. w. j. Crofford, ?>t' Char
lotto, N. C., and Miss Codyo Grant,
of Atlanta, tia., are guests this week
ot their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
(?rant. Mrs. J, A. Clinkscales. of
Starr, Anderson county, has also
been visiting lier parents, returning
tu ber home Monday.
-We arc selling calcium arsenate
foi cost, or 13.3a cents per pound,
in barrel lots. We aro also selling
thc dusters at cost-tho Dosch for
$13.Sf) and the Feeney for $13.f>0,
plus the express. Westminster Oil &
Fertilizer Co., Jas. G. Droazeale,
Westminster Loan & Trust Co., West
minster Bank,Westminster,S.C. 27-S
-V. S. Medien, of Lavonin, Ga.,
a former resident of our section of
Oconee, was in Walhalla for a short
while last week. Mr. Medien states
thal the hell weevil is very "heavily
entrenched" in his section, hut thal
the boys art in the first line trenches
.i!, i going after the weevil strong
wi'h various kinds of guns and an
assort mut of ammunition.
.Wo are requested by Kev. H. D.
Hardy, pastor, to announce that Dev.
A. IO. Holler, presiding elder of tho
Anderson district, will preach at.the
Fairview church ai 3.30 o'clock on
the afternoon of next Sunday, July
Kith. The third quarterly confer
ence will follow tho sermon. All
members and o (lice rs aro urged to bo
present, and the public is cordially
invited to attend.
-The many friends of Mrs. T. A.
Grant will regret to learn of her mis
fortune In breaking her arm last
Saturday. Mrs. Grant is unable to
account for Hie accident, she being
on perfectly level ground when she
fell, Iii?*; weight of her body being
thrown on lier left arni, which was
broken, sin; is doing as well as
could he expected, and hopes to be
able to use the injured member in
a short while,
- Second-hand Dodge touring car,
Dodge roadster, Oakland touring car,
Ford truck. Green Motor Co., Wal
halla, S. C. -adv. 27-28.
Henry Katigctor and John Dos
cher. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Schwocke,
<.: Charleston, aro up fer the suin
mcr at Ibo homo of Mr. and Mrs H.
C Meiburg. It will be learned with
great pleasure by friends here of
Mr. and Mrs. Sch wecke that they
ib. Buckets, . . , 60c.
b. " ... 30c.
b. Buckets, . . , 65c.
lb. ... 35c.
torc and these PRICES for
will become permanently Identified
with Walhalla and community, Mr.
Schowecke having recoutly purchas
ed a farm near town.
-Mitt Morion, of West Union,
was tho holder ot thc lucky number
which drew tho prize at Smith's Mar
ket last week.
-Dr. S. G. Bruce, of Anderson,
was in Walhalla on business yester
day, having como up to look aftor
bis farming interests in Oconee. He
will be in Gie county for a week or
- Mr. and Mrs. J.. B. Lewis. Mrs.
Alice? Goer, Mrs. Nannie Campbell
and Dh T. Breazeale, of Bello;'., are
gpondlng to d iy lu Walhalla as the
guests of -Mrs. Fannie Brennecke and
Miss Addie Tatham.
-We lia ve Just unloaded a solid
car ol' Mic well known "Anchor"
brand sall, retail price $1.2? per 100
pounds. Wo ?also haiio wholesale
prices to merchants. See us for salt,
Hour and feedstuffs. Wo trade you
service for business. J. II. Alley,
West Union. S. C.-adv.-28-20.
-H. II. Puckhaber, Mrs. Fred.
Puckhaber and daughter, Dorothy,
and Miss Frances Stelling, o? Char
leston, aro spending ibo summer at
the homo of Mrs. Lena Puckhaber.
T'loy have many friends hero who
are delighted to meet thom again.
-Jos. J. Norton, Jr., has entered
the U. S. Naval Academy at Anna
polis, Md., having left here last week.
Ho is now a midshipman at Uncle
Sam's great naval institution. Joe
has hosts of friends hore ami else
where in the county who will wish
him well In his chosen field of study,
and who will expect great things of
-Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Russell and
littlo daughter", of Maxton, N. C.,
passed through Walhalla Monday on
their way to the home of the former's
mother. Mrs. W. G. Russell, where
they will spend somo two weeks. Mr.
and Mrs. Russell drove through from
Maxton in their car, making n very
comfortable trip. Jand Anding the
roads almost all the way in excellent
-There are many who will learn
with regret that Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Knox, of West Union, will leave In
a short while for High Point, X. C.,
where they will reside for the pres
ent at least. Mr. Knox has accepted
a position with the State Highway.
Department of North Carolina, and
will for the present be located al
High Point. Mr. Knox will leave
Saturday next, and Mrs. Knox wit
go a short while later. They hav?
bests of friends in this, section wh(
will join with us In wishing then
prosperity in their new home.
--Wo are selling calcium arsenatt
foi cost, or 18.30 couts per pound
in banal lots. Wc are also selling
tho d-usiers nt eos;--the Dose h foi
$ 1 n. S Ti and tho Feeney for $lo.f>0
plus the e.xpr< ss. Westminster Oil S
Fertilizer Co., .las. (!. Breazeale
Westminster Loan & Trust Co.. West
minster Bank.Westminster,S.C. 27-?
- Sam l-l. Sherard, of Anderson
was in Walhalla for a short wbib
?asl Wednesday. Mr. Sherard is ?
candidate for Congress from our dis
trict (Third), and while he is jus
about as big as an average minute
he feels that he has tho "pep," th
ability and tho go-afler-it qualttle
that would make Congress sit u
and take notice by the hour if th
people of the Third see ht to elec
him, Ho ls very pleasant and alfa
hie, and made a number of friend
among the people of Walhalla an
Oconee, many of whom were bore 1
attendance on court on the day h
visited Walhalla. N '
- Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Tarrant an
Mrs. j. B. Reid and two children, o
Batosburg, accompanied by .Misse
Roxie and Annie Reid and Paulin
Sleek, wero in Walhalla for a shot
while Sunday afternoon. Miss Roxi
Reid4 returned with Mr. and Mri
Tarrant and party as far as Senoc;
taking the train there for Woodbury
Ga., to visit her brother. Chas. ?
Reid, and family. Miss Paulino Stec
remained in Walhalla to be her
some time at the homo of Mr. an
Mrs. J. A. Stock. Tho party cam
through tho country by auto froi
Batesburg, Mr. Tarrant and part
Starting back on their homeward tri
late Sunday evening.
- Raiding officers have recent!
put a couple of qui to largo liquc
plants out of commission. On Thur!
day a week ago, in tho Jocassco sei
Hon. a 65-gnllon copper still, 25 (
30 bushels of mash, nine large fe
monters, dake stand and doublt
were destroyed by Deputy Sltlllvfl
and Rural Policeman Littleton,
short distance away from tho plai
I ."> gallons of liquor were found, th
having been buried, lt was dostro;
ed also. Tho plant was located so f<
from any home that tho officers lin
nc Chance to connect anybody wll
its operation. The same ollicors, j
company with Deputy Collector Ba
kin. raided in the High Falls se
lion, where they desi rove,1 ? 50-gil
lon still and outfit complete, Tin
found and destroyed also ten bush*
Morris Drown, youngest son
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Drown, was t
ken to Greenville last Thursday ai
is now in Mrs. Montgomery'.s iiosi
tal, where he will undergo an opor
Hon for appendicitis, ile was tak
suddenly ill early Inst week, and
was mn al once realized that his co
dillon nooded hospital trcatmoi
On tho arrival of a physician, bo
over, the appendicitis symptoms wo
at once recognized and as soon
possible he was taken to tin liospltl
The appendix ssas found to bo in bl
condition, and n first opera-ion f
immediate relief was performed. .
soon as his condition Will perm
another operation for tho removal
the appendix will be performed. V
hope soon to hear of Morris s coi
plete recovery. Wo ure In receipt
the following letter from M rs. Brow
who is willi her son: "Morris wish
to toll bis friends that he is gottb
on nicely, (Io likes his doctors, t
hospital and especially the nice, gd
nurses. They expect to give him
big time on tho isth, his fourteen
birthday. He appreciates the letter
from Stokes Epworth League and he
hopes to hear from all his friends."
--Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. D. V.
Alexander, of tho Tamasseo section,
on June 29 th, a son. Tho youngster
has been named John D.
-Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shanklin, of
Clemson College, were week-ond
guests at tho Neville homo lu West
Union. They returned to their home
-Mrs. Charles D'tvis, of Akron,
Ohio, is visiting Mrs. J. B. Gillespie,
her sioter, and among other relatives
in and near Walhalla. Mrs. Davis's
many friends are glad indeed to seo
- Mrs. T. P. Ballengcr and* two
children, of Atlanta, aro visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Knox,
cf West Union. Mrs. Ballenger has
numerous friends In this section who
ar<> always glad to welcome her.
-John Schroder, after spending
two weeks pleasantly with his mo
ther, Mrs. Cora Schroder, and among
friends heie, returned to Newark, N.
J., Monday 'o resumo his duties In
tho employ of a large electrical con
-We aro selling calcium arsenate
for cost, or 13.30 cents per pound,
in barrel lots. Wo are also selling
the dusters at cost-the Dosch for
$13.S5 and tho Feeney for $13.50,
plus the express. Westminster Oil &
Fertilizer Co., Jas. G. Breazeale,
Westminster Loan & Trust Co., West
minster Bank,Westminster.S.C. 27-S
-Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tanner, of
Florida, and Mrs. William Tanner
and two children, of Millodgeville,
Ga., are visiting in the homos of
Frank H. and Ralpn C. Carter. The
Mesdames Tanner aro sisters of the
-"A Well Dressed Woman" will
be tho subject of a sermon to bo de
livered at thc First Baptist church
.next Sunday night. A cordial invi
tation is extended to all to attend
this and all other services at the
- During the recent session of the
district conference held last week in
Walhalla, at the Methodist church.
Jas. M. Moss, of Walhalla, and Mrs.
W. C. Postor, of Seneca, were chosen
as two of tho delegates from the
Anderson district conference to the
annual conference, which will meet
in Gaffney tho first week in Novem
- Mrs. Cora Schroder spent a few
days last week with her son and
daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. F. K.
Schroder, of Pendleton, Ibo latter
having been (tuite ill. Wo under
stand that Mrs. Frank Schroder las
gone t<> fbe Anderson hospital for
treat mein Friends will join with us
ia tho hope for her early completo
R. C. Sligh, of Toccon, was a
business visitor in Walhalla Tues
day. ll?1 has many friends here who
are always gi;."0- \o meet him, ami
who remember bim most pleasantly
as "one of us" a few years ago. lt
has been several years, Mr. Sligh
said, since he has been in Walhalla,
except to pass through on hurried
-Miss Marion Hetrick left thiv
week for Charlotte, N. C., where she
will spend a while visiting her friend,
.Mrs. F. L. Bunker. Miss Hetrick will
go from Charlotte lo Philadelphia,
where she will be engaged in school
work during the next session In con
nection with the music department
ol one of the prominent institutions
of that city.
- A marriage thal will be of in
terest to many In Oconeo was sol
emnized at. Clinton last Thursday,
when Miss Mary Bean became the
bride of D.Wyatt Neville. Tho groom
ls a son of the late Rev. Wm. G.
Noville, well known to all the peo
ple of Walhalla, and is a young man
of sterling qualities. The bride is a
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Bean,
ot Clinton, and ls a popular young
woman of that section of the State.
The Courier joins with others in ex
tending to tho young couple every
good wish. James F. Neville, of West
Union, uncle of the groom, was
among those attending the wedding.
- The following item, clipped from
a Decatur, 111., paper, will be of in
terest to many in tlvLs jcction: "Miss
Henrietta Klaren and Harrison O.
Byers, of Wichita, Kansas, were mar
ried Thursday night at 8.45 by Rev.
A M. Wells, in tho home of Mr. and
Mrs. B. D. Allen, in the presence of
twelve relatives and friends. The
single ring ceremony was used. Mrs.
Byers, whose homo is in Walhalla,
S. C., has been making her homo
with her sister, Mrs. Allen, for tho
last seven months. Mr. and Mrs. By
ers will make their home in Wichita,
whore Mr. Pyers is employed as an
electrician." Mrs. Byers is a daugh
ter of Mrs. Bertha Klaren, of Wal
halla, and has many friends who will
wish for her every happiness through
-Miss Addie Tatham, chairman
oi the Near Knsl Relief work, re
quests us ?o state that clothing pack
ages will bc called for on Friday and
Saturday of this week. In Walhalla.
No contributions of clothing have so
far been sent in. and it is for this
reason thal Miss Tatham is making
Ibis special effort lo collect clothing
at the present time, Those parties
in the country who may wish to con
tribute clothing will confer a favor
by bringing or sending same to Wal
halla. Packages may be left almost
anywhero for Miss Tatham. If no:
moro convenient place can be found
ni which to leave your package,
bring it lo Tho Courier office, and
we will see that it reaches Miss Ta
tham. Remember, all usable articles
of clothing will bo acceptable. Don't
send things that are not usable, just
t( get rid of them. Tho people of
Arinenia. who are starving and not
half clothed, aro dependent upon our
charity, it is true- but thoy aro hu
man beings, and they need clothing,
not rags. Send what you can spare,
but be sure it ls clean and service
able. All contributions will be gladly
Other Local Itoms on Fifth Pago.
"What A Charming Home!"
Folks may say this about your house, if you keep it wei]
painted. You not only ad .1 to its beauty, but more import?
ant, protect the surface from rot and decay?
Lucas Tinted ?loss Taint
will4'save the surface" and beautify at the same time? It
is real economy to use it, because or its long life and great
Give us the opportunity of estimating the amount needed?
Purposely'Made fpr Every Purpose
FOR. SALE BY
C. W. PITCHFORD,
. WALHALLA, S. C.
Wc have a good stock of Ladies', Boys'
and Men's Bathing Suits.
Big stctk of Plumbing Supplies, Bath
Tubs, Lavatories, etc.
Tennis Shoes, Balls and Rackets for all.
See us for the Fecny Dusters and thc
stuff that will kill the BOLL WEEVIL.
Ask your Mr. Briggs as to DUSTER.
Whitmire-Marett Hdw. Co.
(Phono No. 30.) (Phono No. ll.)
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Announcements under this head
ing will be published for tho uniform
sum of $5.00, which includes inser
tion continuously up to and includ
ing week of primary election, and
wook of second election whero can
didates have to mako a second raco.
Payment Invariably in advance
This rate contemplates announce
ment in regular form, not excooding
seven lines. Moro extended announce
ments will ho charged extra for all
lu excess of tho seven lines used.
Will give your work my careful
MRS. M. PUCKHABER,
P. O. Dex 108, ,
20-29* Walhalla, S. c.
NOTICE TO DEIVTORS AND
Subject to tho rules of tito Demo
cratic party, I hereby announce my
self a candidato for Congress from
Third Congressional District. 1 am
a graduate, of Clemson College and
SAM H. SH FRA RI).
I announce myself a candidate for
Congress, Third District, subject to
Hie rules and regulations of the Dem
ocratic parly in primary elections. I
will appreciate the votes and support
of my friends in Oconco.
IC. P. McCRA VY.
I am a candidate for re-election to
Congress from ibo Third Congres
sional District, subject to tho rules
of Hie Democratic parly.
FRED 11. DO.M'.NICK. _
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. |
W. L. DALTON is hereby an
nounced as a candidato for re-elec
tion to thc House of Representatives
form Oconoo County, subject to tho
rulos and regulations of tho Demo
cratic party in tho primary elections.
I hereby nnnounco myself a candi
date for tho Houso of Representa
tives from Oconeo County, subject
to thc will of tho Homoerotic voters
in tho primary elections. I plodgo
my best efforts if olocted.
E. TI MM E RM AN.
Tho friends of J. R. ORR hereby
nnnounco him a candidato for tho
Houso of Representatives from Oco
neo County, subject to the rules of
tho Democratic party in tho primary
All persons Indebted to the Estate
of Morg. M H. McJunkln, Deceased,
aro hereby mtifled to make payment
to tho und? signed, and all persons
having cia.ms against said Estato
will proser I t.ho same, duly attostod,
within tin i mo prescribed by law,
or bo barr d
W. ll. McJUNKIN and
OT" II<J RURRISS
Admin?stralo ; of tho Estate of
Morgan H. Ic.luhkin, Deceased.
July ?, IO!: 27 30
NOTICE TO DI H TO RS AND
All persons ludo. I I to tho Estate
of .1. 10. Woolbright, ;eceased, aro
horoby notified to mako payment
to tho undersigned, and nil persons
having claims against said Estate
will present tho samo, duly attested,
within tho timo proscribed by law,
or bo barred.
W. N. WOOLBIN Cf HT and
MRS. LUCY WOOLBRIGHT,
Administrators of tho Instate of J, E.
.lune 28, 1022. 2C-2?
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All persons lndobtod to tho Estato
of Allen R. Stewart, Docoased, aro
horoby notified to mako payment
to tho undersigned, and all persons
having claims against enid Estnte
will present tho samo, duly attostod,
within tho timo prescribed by law, or
bo barred. ,
W. R. LYNCH and
JODY D. K. STEWART,
Executors of tho Estato of Allen R.
.Inno 28, 1022. 26-20