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People's 1
The REX/
(Small advertisements under
this heading inserted at rate of
one cent a word per Insertion.
Four insertions for price of
( NOTICH.-?No advertisement ac
cented tor this column for loss than
15 cents, ono insertion.)
WANTED-Wo oro in the market
to buy good, dean Pons. E. C. MAR
ETT & SON, Westminster, S. C. 40-tf
WANTED-Renter for a One-horse
Crop. Apply P. O. Box 212, Wal
halla, S. C. tc-tf
WANTED-Corn.-Will pay $1.00
MILL, West Union, 3 C 4-1-47?
WANTED-Hides ?ire up. I pay Sc.
a lb a Ha, S. C. 4 G *
POR RE NT-Nice Rooms. Apply
Walhalla, S. C._ 43-4G
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C. 26-tf
NOTICE.-Closing Out My Stock
of Goods at Cost.-Also Gasoline at
23c. per gallon. G. R. GILLESPIE,
Walhalla, S. C._4_?-j*:**._
FOR SALE.- Several Mules and
Horses. Prices right. Would trade
for cattle. W. J. SCHRODER, Wal
halla. S. C._ 4 1-tf
WANTED-Chlcnons, Beef Hides.
Turkeys and Fggs, at once. Market
some higher. R. D. OF.LivERS, The
Up-town Dealer, Walhalla, S. C. 4 9
LOST-Tan Dog with black back.
Answers to name of "Rowdy." Find
er communicate with J. W. SMITH.
Walhalla, S. C.. and get reward. 47*
FOR RENT-Six-Room Residence,
Faculty Hill, croner ErvIn and Col
lego Streets. For particulars sec W.
C. HUGHS. __Jj'*lG_
FOR SALE-Small Farm, 2.") acres
1 \'? miles from Court House; good
house; good outbuildings. Inquire at
NOTICE.-The Keoweo Courier is
in position to handle subscriptions
to all tho leading periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business.
FOR SALE-Two yokes of well
trained Steers for Sawmilling. weigh
ing from 2,000 to 2,200 pounds each.
Terms easy. K. C. MARETT St SOX,
Westminster, s C. I tl-10
WANTED-By au Experienced
Young Man- Position ?is Clerk in A
store. Will consider anything rea
sonable. Hood reference. Address
"G.," Box 3S7, Walhalla, S. C. 4S*
Residence, suitable for boarding
house. Uornor Tugaloo and Mauldin
Streets. For par lieu ltira apply' to
C. F. 11 K l KICK, Walhalla, s. C. ti
WA XT ED - Dogwood - We pay
$10. ut) por cord for Dogwood at
Westminster. CAROLINA HARD
WOOD CO. See J. S. Price for speci
fications etc. 44-17*-tf
Renter to furnish stock. For sale,
cheap, or will trade, one Horse and
pair Mules. H. L. COE, Richland, S.
C. 43-46?
HIDES UPI -Express Hides lo
iVn iENS 1111)IO CO., Athens, Ga.
Highest wholesale prices. Laprobes,
overcoats and leather tanned from
your hides. I 2-4 <> !
MONEY TO LOAN ott improved
farm lands in Ocohce county. Loans
to run for live years at por cent.
X. L. FA NT, Insurance Agent, Wal
halla, S. C. 3S-tf
FOR SA LE-Our- Kbvtric Pump
ing Outfit; consists of Electric. Motor
and Steel Tower and Tank. For pnr
liculws apply to J. L. MARETT, Son
oca, S. C. i 1- IT
-I will bo glad to figure with any
person who may have. Building Work
to do. Will hid on any work, large
or small. W. B DODD, Box :: 1 i,Wal
halla, S C. 46- Iii*
NOTICE. - This is to notify the
public that my boy. ANSEL FRICKS,
who is under age, has loft my homo
without, my consent, and anyone hir
ing or harboring him will ho prose
cuted to tho fullest extent of tho law.
J. E. FRICKS, West Fnion. lit*
Mauldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
Sacrament of Penance... 9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m,
Rov. Timothy J. McGrath, Rector,
St. .Joseph's Church,
East Earle and North McDufno Sts.,
Anderson, S. C.
Franco is losing in population at
tho rate of 200,000 a year.
r Faith in
ML Iv Store.
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-Cadot hosiery for women. "Best
by test." Tho Pooplo's Department
Store. "Fetter goods for less."-adv
.-Mrs. C. C. Jaynes, Jr., ls spend
ing this week visiting ber parents
and formor homo in Orangoburg.
-Chas. M. Merritt, of Cleveland,
Ga., is spending some timo in Wal
halla, visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. F.arlo.
-Bring your chickens and eggs to
Smith's market and get highest cash
prices for them.-adv. ?10.
-Mrs. Lewis Harrison will return
to Walhalla next Sunday evening, af
I ter having spout somo time in Char
lotte, X. C., visiting relativos.
-Dr. Glymph, the loading eye
Bight specialist of Anderson,, will ne
hero again next week. Read his ad.
in another column.
-Plenty of 10 per cent acid for
all now; $10.2.". W. M. Brown. Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.-13-tf.
-Miss Edna Paterson, of Phila
delphia, Pa., is visiting ber sister,
Mrs. C. F. Metrick. Miss Paterson
bas many friends in Walhalla who
aro delighted to meet her again.
-Mrs. W. J. Schroder and Miss
Francos Earlo are attending the 26th
annual conference of the Daughters
of tho American Revolution, which ,
is in session in Spartanburg this
j -To arrivo last of this week, car
of nico young mules. C. W. & J. E.
Bauknight, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
-C. R. Duncan and family re
turned last week from Laurens, S.C..
where Mr. Duncan had been for a
some time engaged in building. The
friends hero and in Wost Union aro
glad to wclcomo them back.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Knox, who
havo been for somo timo in North
Carolina, returned to their home in
West Union last week. It is probable
that Mr. Knox will resume work in
the Old Xorth State during tho com
ing year, but ho ls not doilnltely de
cided as yet.
-Candlesticks, electric' lamps,
leather goods, toilet articles, sta
tionery, jewelry, silver, baskets, How
ers, dolls, toys, fountain pons and
fireworks. The best goods for the
best price at Bell's Drug Store, Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.-tf.
-A largo congregation had the
privilege of hearing a splendid ser
mon last Sunday morning at the Wal
halla Fi esbytcrian church by thc pas
tor, Kev. W .II. Hamilton, on the
timely subject, "Tho Present Day
Evidences of Drifting from a Moral
--Mrs. A. P. McClalr, ol' Atlanta,
is visiting among her many Walhalla
friends this week. She came last Fri
day after spending some weoks with
friends in various parts of I li i s State
-Columbia, Jonesville, Union and
Seneca. Her old acquaintances here
aro all delighted to soo her again.
-Aluminum ware for Thanksgiv
ing. Wo have received a large .ship
ment, of genuino aluminum ware at
a fraction of Its real value, and we
are going to place this shipment on
salo Friday morning, Xov. 17th. A
large crowd is expected to lake ad
vantage of this bargain. Tho Peo
ple's Department Store, Walhalla, S.
C. "Bettor goods for less."-adv.
- Wo aro requested to announce
that '.here will bo a church confer
ence hold at Double Springs church,
Oconeo county, on Saturday, Xov. 2r>,
at 2 o'clock p. m. All tho members
of tho Baptist church aro requested
and urged to bo present on time, tis
{important business will bo trans
-S. V. Littleton and family, who
have resided in Walhalla for somo
time, moved last Thursday to Gaff
ney, where they expect to reside for
the next six months or moro. Mr. Lit
tleton has accepted a position with
tho Gaffney Manufacturing Co. for at
least six months. Their many friends
in Oconeo will wish them well in
their new home.
-Get our prices and see our lino
of fresh meats before you buy. Smith
Market. Walhalla, S. C.-adv.-li;
- The Columbia papers of thc lat
ter part of last week announced tho
serious illness of W. Harry Cary in
tho hospital there La'est reports wo
have noticed stated that hts condi
tion, while still serious, was consid
ered Improved. Ho has many friends
In this section who will join with us
in Ibo hope that ho will soon bo en
tirely well again.
- -Mrs. W. L. Vernor was tho
charming hostess of tho Walhalla
Chapter, D.A.H., on Xov. 7th. Aftor
the business for the afternoon was
dispOSOd of two poems wore read, "A
Garden of the Bravo." hy rs. C. W.
Pitchford. Jr., and "Apples, by Mrs.
W. lt. Craig. Mr. Briggs then read
a most Interesting and Instructive
paper on "Apples." The hostess serv
ed delicious and artistic refresh
ments, after which tho chapter ad
.-Remember our Anniversary Salo
ls now in full swing. This weok wo
aro offering wonderful values in al
uminum ware, Watch our adv. The
Pooplo's Department Store, Walhalla.
"Botter goods for less."-adv.
-Watch our windows and seo the
latost in ready-to-wear. Tho People's
Department Store. "Better goods for
loss."--adv. ' :
-The Mothodlst Aid Society will
meet with Mrs. J. R Earle on Thurs- !
?d|ay (to-morrow) afternoon -at 3 :
-Tho 1 Baptist Aid Society will ?
meet with Mrs. Frank Carter Thurs
day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Al! mem
bers aro urged to attend, as business .
of importance is to be transacted.' L
-If you have hides or turkeys to
sell, try SmiHPs Market, Walhalla,
for tho highest cash prices.---adv.-16.
- M. G, Womack, representing !
tho Insurance Department'of tho K.
of P., spent tho latter part o? last
week in Walhalla in tho Interest of
that branch of tho Pythian order.
-?-Tho many friends of Sam Elliott
and family will be glad to know that
they aro again residents of Walhalla;
having returned here last Wednes
day from Seneca, where they had
been residing for gomo tim?.
-Trade at homo! Why trade elso
whore?' Moro peoplo are trading at
homo than over before. Why should
they not? The Peoplo's Department
Store. "Better goods for less,''-adv.
-Miss Nelle McClain, of the D.A.
R. SchoolTnmaBseo, spent tho past
week-end with her paronts, Mr. and
Mrs. J. II .McClain, of the Fairview
scotlon. *
-Avoid vexation and trouble by
getting a range mado by recognized
experts. Colo's Down-Draft ranges
work perfectly-always. For sale by
'Bellanger Hardware Co., Seneca, S.
C. See advertisement elsewhere.
-.lust received, a shipment of the
well known High Point buggies. Call
and got one. (If you ride, ride
right.) W. M. Drown, Walhalla, S.
?-Wo aro requested to announce
that lhere will be a box supp- r. fish
pond and cake walk a|L Reedy Fork
school house on Nov. 17th (Friday)
night, beginning nt 7.30 o'clock. Tho
proceeds will be used for the benefit
of tho school. The public is cordially
invited to attend.
-Wo are requested to announce
that Rev. ll. F. Wright, of Sunset,
Plckens county,will conduct a revival
meeting at tho South Side Baptist
church, Walhalla, (near the old knit
ting mill,) beginning Sunday night,
Nov. loth, nt 7.30 o'clock. He will
bo assisted by tho pastor, Rev. B. M.
Smith. Tho public is cordially in
vited to attend all services.
--Wo invite you to our storo to
attend the Christmas opening, begin
ning Nov. 15th. We have tho most
beautiful line of gifts and Christmas
goods on display In Walhalla, and
tho prices are right. Bell's Drug
-There will be a social conference
nt tho Rocky Knoll Baptist church
next Saturday nigh'., Nov. 18th, at 1
o'clock. Every member of the church
who possibly can is urged to attend
this meeting, as business of vital im
portance will be transacted. There
will also bo a special offering taken
for the Connio Maxwell Orphanage
on tho following morning. Let every
body attend and bo prepared to con
tribute something to "His little
-Wo aro glad to hear from om
young friend, 'Leonard Burley, win
left Walhalla several months ago
Ile is now employed by the Tennessee
Coal and 'ron Co., of Knsley, Ala
Sinco ho went Into the employ of thh
company lie has received his thin
promotion, the last taking him lnt<
the electrical department of this bil
concern, where he is tn' charge of ;
large portion of the electrical suppl;
and machinery department. Leonar<
is greatly pleased with his new posl
Hon and we, willi many others hon
in his old home town, wish jitih con
tinned success in his chosen Hold.
-We will charge $3.50 per bali
for ginning this season, furnishinj
bagging and ties. We use 2 and 2 Vis
pound jute bagging and whole ties
.lute bagging adds weight and make
a neat bale. Westminster Oil am
Fertilizer Co.-adv.-35-tf.
-Rev. E. P. Taylor is spending
few days in Walhalla muong hi
many friends and fermer p?rishion
ors. Ho is returning from the Anima
Conference nt Gaffney to his home i
Balesburg. Ho ?J looking halo an
hearty and is in the best of spirit*
Ho reports his family ns well an
nicely located in a nev home, whlc
they havo built In tho suburbs c
Batesburg, where he has two son
residing. Rov. Taylor continues i
his work for tho conference as finar
cinl agent for tho church benovc
-W. H. Swofford, of tho Who)
stone section, has our thanks for
peck of his lino Royal Limhcrtwi
apples, which ho presented at Til
Courier ollice last Friday, Mr. Swo
ford has a splendid orchard at h
homo on Whet stone Creek, and th
year luis marketed over a hundrc
bushels from his crop, which is coi
sidorably short of tho average, ll
has quito a quantity lo market ye
however. The Royal Li m ber twigs ni
exceptionally lino apples, and M
Swofford has for several yoars fu
nighed numerous customer!) In th
section with their winter's supply <
splendid enting and cooking apples
-Wo will charge $3.50 per ba
for ginning this season, furnishln
bagging and ties. We uso 2 to 2 Vi
pound jute bagging and whole tlc
.lute bugging adds weight and mak
a neat halo. Schaeffer Gin Co., Wea
minster, S. C.-ndV.-35.-tf.
-This evening at Hie Alcxand
House there will be a repr?sent?t!'
gathering of citizens as guests of tl
Chamber of Commerce of Walhall
Senators Dial and Smith and Co
gressmen l<rod Dominick and .1.
SlcSwnin r ox poe ted to be preset
us are also Congressman Boll,
North Carolina, and Mayor Basco
and other citizens of Highlands,
C, One of the objects of tho occ
sion will bo lo seok to Interest t
Senators and Congressmen in furth
improvements on tho highway 1)
tween Walhalla and Highlands.
the F?deral government it ls ,f<
that Hie entire route should bo ba
surfaced. Tho visitors will bo tak
on a pleasure trip over tho route i
y. :. . .
-Boru, unto Mr. and Mrs. Jas, M. '
VIoss, on Nov. 5th, a daughter.
-Plenty ot 16 per cont acid for
Ul now; $16.25. W. M. Brown, Wal
lalla, S. C.-adv.-13-tf. \
-The mauy friends of Mrs. W. M. |
^loxandor wiP regret to loam that
mo is quito.indisposed, having boen ;
jonflned to her bod for several weeks.
3ho ls reported sumo bettor this
morning, aud it is hoped that sh?
will soon be entirely rocoverod. Mrs.
CJoorgo Garron, of Asheville, N. C.,
arrived iii Walhalla Sunday to bo
with her motlier during her lhness.
-Hov. A. W. Darr has been away
tor tho past week attending confer
ence at Gaffney. Ho has been return
ed to the Walhalla Mothodlst church,
to the delight of his many "rienda in
Walhalla . Rev. D. A. Joffcoat, who
has been In charge of tho Walhalla
Circuit, has boon transferred to the
Piekens Circuit and Rev. N. G. Bnl
lenger will como to tako charge of
tho Walhalla Circuit. Rov. Ballenge?
Is well known to our people, and his
return to this section will be a mat
ter of great pleasure to his hosts of
Dconee friends.
-To Rent-Nico office rooms in
mino building in which Roll Tele
phone Co. has Its olHce. on Main St.
Can rent you single ofllco or suit of
rooms. Seo mo at once it interested.
Very desirablo location. W. M.
Drown. Walhalla. S. C.-adv.-tf.
-Miss Ida Rochester, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Roc.hestor, died
it the homo of her father near Wal
lalla, on Nov. (Uh, after an Illness ui
ibout two weeks, suffering from ty
phoid fover. Miss Rochester was 16
rears of age and was a native of this
iounty. Funeral services were held
>n Nov. TIP., being conducted in (ho
Itocky Knoll church by tho pastor,
Rev.. t#. MLyda, after which the
)Ody?was laid to rest In the Neville
mrying ground. She leaves to mourn
icr death her father and mother and
lix brothers and sisters.
-Sheriff W. M. Alexander and
Deputy Gus Sullivan, whilo out on a
?aid early Monday morning captured
Ivo stands of beer, flake stand and
loubler near tho Fairview section, on
3ano creek. Tho olllcers were under
he impression that tho parties op
iating the still were at tho plant,
nit when they arrived they found
io ono there. Deputy Sullivan nr
?ested Saturday, at the Knitting Mill,
itinion McCall and Ed. Stansell
Ie confiscated seven pints of wills
tey and a stripped Ford car. Tb
non made bond and waived prellmi
?ary hearing.
- For every one-dollar you sponc
vith us you get a chance at the beau
if ul genuine Madame Hcndren Taili
ng Doll, which is to be given awa)
?y us to the one holding the luck)
lumber on Christmas morning. Ai
3ell's Drug Store, Walhalla.-adv.-t
-?Mrs. W. J. O. Ray returned fron
Greenville county last week, when
?he had been spending somo timi
dslting relatives and friends. Mrs
tay was accompanied home by bei
?alf sister, Mrs. Brown, of near tin
dty of Greenville. Mrs. Brown is i
ady S7 years young. She tokes ai
iclive interest in the affairs of he
lomihunlty, both church and social
>he was teacher in her Sunday schoo
or thirty consecutive years, and sin
aught as young women and youni
non the same persons she had taugh
n their infancy. It is a pleasure ti
neet and talk with this dear old lad;
ind wo hope she will live many mor
ears to bless those around lier.
-Miss Sera Alexander was host
?ss last Saturday afternoon to th
.Congenial Rook Club." The hons
lecoratlons for Armistice nay wer
?specially attractive. Four table
vere placed in a pretty setting of au
umn lloviera, chrysanthemums prc
lomlnating. A series of interostin
james were played hcfoio cocoi
lerved with a salr.d course, was er
oyed. Mrs. Loyd Brown having wo
ugliest score, was presented a lovel
lottie of toilet water. Those that ci
eyed this occasion were Mesdamt
.oyd Brown, .lack C. Alexander, Uni
?ld Phillips. J. mes liarlo, Misse
.'ranees Barle, Willie Alexander, Ml
iceni. Ochmig, Coclye Grant, Eunic
beatty. Thc noxt meeting will li
?cid Friday afternoon, Nov. 17, wit
drs. .lames Wilson.
-Now ls tho Hine to buy buy you
)liver plows. Got ready for tho fa
eason, Buy tho Genuine Oliver. V
?I. Brown, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.-tf.
-An enthusiastic gathering of tl
'oung folks of tho Walhalla Presb:
orlan church was held in tho Sundii
ichool room last Sunday night at
?'clock for the purpose of organizk
i Christian Endeavor Socioty. Fort;
wo charter mom hers were presen
ind tho following young men nu
adios were elected as olllcers: Pres
lent, Louis Seaborn; vice presiden
nek Dendy; secretary, Doroti
Irown; treasurer, Carolino Darb;
danist, Sara Macaulay. Tho moe
ngs will lie held every Sunday nlgl
it 7 o'clock In the Sunday sch o
oom of tho Presbyterian ch ure
fud a cordial invitation is extend?
o the young people of oilier dononi
lations in town to attend these mee
ng and become members of Hi
plendid organization for our youi
-Tho following program is o
ored at The Star Theatre, Senec
or tho balance of this week and fir
?f next: Thursday, Nov. 16, Bi
ones in "Rough Shod," also a tw
eel comedy, "Pickaninny/' Frida
ilarion Davies in that most wondc
ul of scenic productions, "Enchaii
neut." Tho fnlry story, "Beauty ai
ho Beast," is portrayed In full
his picture, using somo wondorf
nd marvelous scenic effects. T
?leturo is considered a masterple
if screen production. Saturday w
invo a full bill-COmedt, Wcste
nd oplsodos of that thrilling seri
Speed," with the most during pf t
creen actors, Chas, Hutchison, in t
ending rolo. Monday and Tuesdf
Tho Good Provider," with Ve
Jordan aa star. This Is said to
ven better than "Humorosquo." T
ilcturo will bo shown undor tho ni
Ices of tho Methodist Missions
?oclety through tho c.ourtosy of T
tnr management. Mr. and Mrs. Ric
rdson, tho malingers, aro most gc
rous with tho use of their play hot
or all occasions, and wo hopo tl
NOVEMBER ll-Armistice Day-is a sorf, pf international
Fourth of July-a great day in tho history of tho world.
THE DAY YOU START your first bank account will bo a groat
day in your lifo'a history-it will mark tho d?to when you be
gan your roal business career.
IF YOU ARE unfamiliar with banking customs, drop into our_
bank any day and ono of our courteous officials will make every
thing clear to you. Then when you arc ready to open your ac
count you will understand tho procedure.
The Enterprise Bank,
Walhalla, 5. C.
--MM- MB-u
That's all we need to tell you* New Fall Styles
with the distinctive mark? and the good, old-rock
bottom Stetson Quality?
If you're a regular Stestson customer, of course
you'll want one of the new Fall Styles. If not, let
us urge you at least to come and try one on.
You can judge for yourself what this Stetson
"feeling for style" is, that the young men talk about.
The Stetson Quality Mark on every Stetson Hats.
What One Gallon of Kerosene
in a "Z" Engine Will Do for You
Do you realize how much
work the "Z" engine will
do at the low cost of
one gallon of kerosene?
It will pump 10,000 gallons of
water for your stock, for your
home, for fire protection.
It will light 10 20-watt, 16
candle power lamps for 15 hours
from your light plant
It will grind 40 bushels of feed
to fatten your stock.
It will saw over 5 cords of wood
for you.
It will run your churn-cream
separator-milking machine.
It will operate your family
washing machine-your grind
stone, corn sheller, clover huller,
shredder, hay baler and other
machines about the farm.
Over 300,000 "Z" engines have
been bought by farmers every
where. They saved labor
got more work done. The many
big advantages of the UZ" were
convincingly demonstrated to
these farmers before they
Note these features at the left
and then you, too, come in and
see the "Z."
1^H.P.....$ 67.00
3 H.P. 115.00 ,
6H.P. 187.00
AU f. o. b. factory; add freight to destination
Ballenger Hardware Co.
Seneca, S. C.
Let ua tell you about
these many big
advantage? :
t-Economically uses koro?
eons as well as gasoline,
2-High tension magneto
eliminates batteries and
battery troubles - gives
hot spark, quick starting.
8--Throttling governor as
sures steady speed and
closo speod regulation,
4- Suction fuel food-no
pump - simple and posi
5- Convenient speed con
troller glvoa change ol
spood while engine la
6- Renewable die-cast bear
7- Positive lubrication.
tho peoplo of both Soneca and near
by towns will glvo thom a llboral pa
tronage, not only on this occn3ion,
but at all other times,

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