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X LOCAL AND PERSONAL. . .
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-J. W. Shelor, Esq., spent Mon
day in Anderson on professional busi
-Miss Helen Pant Is spending sev
eral days in Anderson visiting among
relatives and friends.
-Miss Lidie Keith, of Anderson,
is a welcome visitor this week among
relatives and friends in Walhalla.
-I will thresh cane seed Thurs
day, January 8. Bring all seed that
day. John W. Oliver. ad.-2*
-Miss Josephine Perry, of Green
ville, spent the holidays In Oconee,
visiting her friend, Miss Louise Shel
don, of Pair Play. Miss Perry is a
daughter of Prof. James Perry, of
Draughon's Business College, Green
-Ray Kahnestock, of Charlotte,
is B|>ending a short while in Wal
halla among friends and visiting his
father, Dr. T. G. C. Fahnestock, near
town. He has numerous friends here
who are giving him a cordial wel
-Gray Macaulay left yesterday
for Atlanta to resume his studies at
the Southern College of Pharmacy,
which he lias been attending for seve
ral months. Ills friends aro pleased
to note that he is making rapid pro
-Fine muslin underwear; each
garment under full guarantee. Call
and examine our stock. C. W. &. J.
E. Bauknlght, Walhalla. adv.
- Janies K. Farmer, of Elberton,
Ga., was among relatives and friends
in Walhalla for a short while last
week, returning to his adopted home
Saturday afternoon He was wel
comed by many friends, who were
pleased to meei him again.
-Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. I let rick
returned last week Hom Philadel
phia, where Mrs. lletrick and chil
dren had been spending some tillie
visiting relatives. Mr. lletrick spent,
a short while in Philadelphia, having
gone there to return with his family.
- Miss Mamie Harrison, alter
spending tho holidays in Walhalla
With her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. E.
Harrison, and among friends, re
turned to Greenville last Sunday to
resume her duties as one of the in
structors In the Greenville Graded
-For Sale-Three pairs of Mam
moth Bronze turkeys, one trio of In
dian Runner ducks, one pair of poa
fowls. A ply to Mrs. Ellas Earle.
Townville. S. C. 2-adv.
- E. L. DuPre, of Mount Sterling,
N. C., spent the holidays in this
section, visiting hts parents, Mr. and
M i's. E. M. Du Pre. near town. Ile is
engaged in business with the Had
dock-France Lumber Co., and re
turned to Mount Sterling Monday to
resume lils duties.
-Mrs. Sidney Adams and little
daughter, Miss Katherine, after
spending some time here visiting at
the home of the Misses Riemann, re
turned Monday to their home at Rock
HUI, They wore moat cordially wel
comed back to their old home by a
host, of friends, who deeply regretted
-Albert M. Brown, of Mountain
Rest, shipped from Walhalla hy ex
press yesterday morning a dressed
hog, which weighed f>f>9 pounds. The
porker was raised and fattened by
Alfred Whitmire. who lives In Geor
gia, just across the river from Rus
sell's, S. C. It was shipped to J. E.
Knox at Easloy.
-Auction-At my home, near
Bounty Land, on Friday, January 17,
at 1 1 o'clock a. m.. I will sell, to the
highest bidder, 2 wagons, 1 horse, 1
milch cow, and farming implements.
Mrs. J. B. Pickett. adv.-2-3
-Johnnie Schumacher has resign
ed his position as one of the clerks
in the Walhalla post office, and it is
understood that he will accept em
ployment In Charlotte, N. C., in the
near future. Two other clerks have
recently been added to the local post
ellice force-Harry Earle and Till
-Miss Zoic A. Bond and Henry
King were married at the residence
Of Rev. J. A. Bond, the bride's fa
ther, last Sunday morning at 10
o'clock, the ceremony being perform
ed by Rev. Bond. The young couple
have the good wishes of many
friends. They will make their home
with the groom's father, James T.
King, who lives near town.
- E. M. DuPre, who lives west of
Walhalla, reports the killing of a mad
dog yesterday near his home. The
dog gave every evidence of suffering
from hydrophobia. It was lying in
a gully at the side of tho road when
first seen by Mr. DuPre, but snapped
at bim when he went near, showing
unmistakable signs ol' rabies. Mr.
DuPre secured his gun and shot the
--"If for any reason whatsoever
ibis garment proves unsatisfactory,
return it and get back your money."
Some guarantee. Isn't it? That's
what goof, with each garment of our
high grade underwear. Call. C. W.
<fc J. E. Bauknlght, Walhalla, ad.
Capt. S. K. Dendy requests us to
state that he lias found several omis
sions from his list of prominent citi
zens of Richland as published, and
one Inaccuracy In his record. Any
one who may endeavor to make such
a record from memory will realize
how bard it is to jecall all names
Of th*> past. Capt. Dendy will fur
nish additional names and correc
tions for a future date of publication,
-Wm. P. Logan died at his home
at Tunnel Hill on December 13th, at
the advanced age of 7li years. He is
survived by,one brother. J. B. Logan,
and two sisters. Funeral services
were conducted at Rocky Knoll Bap
tist church, of which the deceased
was a member, on the day following
his death by Rev. W. W. Abbott, the
interment taking plate In the Ne
ville burying ground. Friends of the
family extend sympathy to the be
reaved ones. Mr. Logan had been in
feeble health for many years.
-Fol" Sale-Ono 15-h.p. gasoline
engine (Interantlonal Harvester),
and corn mill complete; good loca
tion; plant complete, with good will
to purchaser. Apply to S. K. Dendy,
-For 8ale-One square top plano.
Apply to Mrs. W. S. Croar. ad.-l*
-The Parsonage Aid Society of
the Walhalla Methodist church will
me?i with Mrs. J. J. Ansel Thursday
(to-morrow) afternoon at 3 o'clock.
All members are urged to attend
-C. B. Morton, of Walhalk has
ono of tho most promising cabbage
plant bods ever seen around here. He
has sown enough seed (by calcula
tion) to produce at least 200.000
plants. Mr. Morton thinks the plants
will bo ready to deliver by tho last
of the month. They are of a stand
-Rev. Ceo. m. Wilcox will re
sume his regular services at the Wal
halla Presbyterian church next Sun
day, the first service to be at ll
o'clock, when the Lord's Supper will
be celebrated. In the afternoon at 3
o'clock Rev. Mr. Wilcox will con
duct services at Bethel church. The
public ls cordially Invited to attend
-For Sale-Several farms; 50 to
200 acres. Cash or easy terms. Call
on or write Jas. H. Darby, Seneca !
OH Mill, Seneca, S. C. adv.
-Capt. V. F. Martin, who was
chosen at the recent elections as
Judge of Probate for Oconee, has
assumed charge of the office. lt
seems quite natural to seo Capt. Mar
tin about the Court House, whero he
is hy no means a stranger, he having
served In the capacity of Superin
tendent of Education at one time,
and on a number of occasions in the
capacity of expert accountant.
--The linn of Pitchford & Reid,
of Walhalla, was dissolved January
1st. and both Mr. Pitchford and Mr.
Reid will engage In business sepa
rately. Mr. Pitchford will continue
al I he Pitchford & Reid stand here,
while Mr. Reid will conduct a gene
ral, mercan t ile business in West l'n
lou. We regrel to lose Mr. Reid
from among the business men ot*
Walhalla, hut wish for him abundant
success in business at West Union.
---Winthrop Lee, infant son of W.
L. Tilley, died at the home of Its
father in the mill village last Mon
day morning ?it 2 o'clock from the
effects of an attack ol' pneumonia.
Funeral services were held yesterday
morning at I 1 o'clock, tho burial fol
lowing in Wests iew cemetery, where
the little one was laid to rest by the
side of its mother, who died several
months ago. Rev. L. M. Lyda con
ducted the services. The bereaved
father and grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Pope Laney, have the sympathy
of many friends In their sorrow.
-Pleasant and profitable employ
ment for women, girls and boys. Ap
ply to lletrick Hosiery Mills, Wal
halla, S. C. t. f.-adv.
-At the first meeting of the new
County Supervisor and Commission
ers, the full board (W. C. Foster,
Supervisor, and W. H. Hunt and H.
C. Walker, Commissioners) being
present. W. ?. Barnett was chosen
as clerk. Mr. Barnett is at present
attending tho Law School of the Uni
versity of South Carolina, but will
return to Oconee in July and take
charge of tho position to which he
was chosen. This position will be
capably filled until ho is ablo to take
-We clip the following from the
Asheville Citizen: "J. A. Alexander,
steward of the Battery Park Hotel,
has returned from an extended trip
through Florida, where he visited
many of the large resort hotels, find
ing excellent conditions prevailing
during the present season, a large
number of guests being entertained
tit the various hotels, and much ap
parent prosperity being enjoyed. Mr.
Alexander, while in Florida, put in
huge orders for grape-fruit, oranges
and other Southern fruit for the Bat
-All tho coal you want-good
coal-$4.75 at mill, $5.75 delivered,
lletrick Hosiery Mills, Walhalla, ad.
-A telegram announcing the
death of Mrs. Grover C. Rochester,
of Gainesville, Fla., was received In
Walhalla last Saturday morning by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Trlb
ble. Mrs. Rochester was nearing her
20th year. She leaves her husband
and an infant son, besides her grief
stricken parents, brothers and sis
ters, to mourn her death. Mrs. Ro
chester had numerous friends here,
who learned ot her untimely death
with deep sorrow. She ls remember
ed by many as miss Nellie E. Trlb
ble. About three years ago she was
married to Grover C. Rochester, then
of Anderson. About a year ago they
moved to Florida, where they have
since made their home. The body of
Mrs. Rochester was buried at Gaines
ville, Fla., Saturday afternoon. The
bereaved ones have the sympathy of
many friends in their deep sorrow.
Dr. Fahnestock, dentist, In office
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Will
make appointments for other days if
- Wm. C. Grogan, of Chino, Cal.,
arrived in Walhalla last Saturday.
He will remain in Oconee until the
opening of spring, and will spend his
time visiting among relatives and
friends itt various parts of the coun
ty. Mr. Grogan has many friends In
Walhalla, where he was gladly wel
comed on Monday. At present he is
working for a firm at Chino whose
business it is to make sugar out of
sugar beets. He informs us that
there is no laying-by time with the
farmers of bis section of California,
but that they work tho year through,
running their plows every day they
can. Il ls pleased with the country
and e\ oct s to stay In the West.
He has been in that section about
seven years. Last winter he paid a
visit to Bob and Frank Robertson,
relatives of bis, who live in Nevada.
He reports that they aro prospering,
and that he ls satisfied that they
will never return lo Oconee to make
their homo. They are running a
lodging house and stables on a des
ert of Nevada, lt ls on the trail to
a rich silver mine, and all passers-by
have to lodge with the Messrs. Rob
-The Seneca Bank and the West
minster Bank will receive payments
and give receipts to those who owe
nie, when lt is not convenient for you
to find my son, Wales Lowry. Please
pay promptly. I cannot carry over
any paper except i"s already agreod.
(adv.) T, M. Lowery.
- -Por Rent-Qood two-horse (?rm.
Apply to Earle Beard, Walhalla, adv.
-Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hughs spent
Monday ir. Anderson among relatives
and friends and In attending to mat
ters of business.
-Dick Biemann left last Monday
for Spartanburg, where he will take
a business course. At the present
time he will not resume his studies
at Wofford. Klaren Ritter has re
turned to Wofford.
-For Rent-One-horse farm;
horse furnished if preferred. Apply
to Mrs. John L. Singleton, Walhalla,
S. C.. Route No. 1. adv.
-Rev. L. M. Lyda will preach at
Clearmont Baptist church on the sec
ond Saturday in this month at ll
a. m. All tho members are requested
to attend, as there are matters of
vast importance for tho consideration
of the church on that day.
-Rev. J. E. Crlm will preact at
Pleasant Ridge Baptist church on
Saturday, January 11th, at ll a. m.,
and on Sunday (tho 12th) at 3 p. m.
The members aro requested to be
present at both services, as there is
some special business to bo attended
- Mrs. J. K. Haine, of Fort Motte,
S. C., arrived in Walhalla last Mon
day to spend some time at the homo
of Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Harrison. Mrs.
Harrison luis been quito ill for some
time, but is reported better to-day.
Her many friends hope for her early
restoration to health.
-Strayed-Black hound bitch;
yellow dot over each eye. Reward by
.lim Jones, Madison, S. C. ad v.-2
-J. lt. Hughes, of the Bluo Ridge
Railway, has been confined to bis
homo here tor several days by reason
of a severe attach of grip. He is
Improving, however, and will soon
bo quite himself again. Miss Sue
Maxwtdl has also been confined to the
homo with grip, but is improving.
I). H. italiens, who has been seri
ously ill for some time at. his home
here, is reported considerably better
at'this time. He is now ablo to sit
at present. He ls now able to sit
red urn to Charleston in tho near fu
ture to spend the remainder of Ibo
winter. His friends will be glad in
deed to learn of his improvement.
- Mlles N. Sitton died last Sunday
night at lils home at Pendleton. Ho
had boen in declining health for some
timo and death came after a severe
illness of several months. Mr. Sit
ton was 64 years old. He was born
at Pendleton, spending tho greater
part of his life there, though at one
time ho resided in Seneca, where he
was engaged in business. He was
well known in Walhalla and upper
South Carolina, and had a host of
friends who will regret to learn of
his passing away. Funeral services
were conducted at Pendleton yester
day, conducted by the Masonic fra
ternity. Mr. Sitton was a member
of Fendle'.on Masonic Lodge No. 34.
He is survived by two brothers and
two sisters. H. P. and J. J. Sitton,
and Miss Emma Sitton, of Pendleton,
and Mrs. S. P. Dendy, of Walhalla.
Wo join with many other friends of
the deceased in extending to tho be
reaved ones sluceie sympathy in heir
TRY "COTTON CORNER" CASE.
The U. S. Supreme Court Has De
cided Against Patten und Haync.
Washington, Jan. 6.-The rail
roads and express companies Mon
day won a revolutionary decision In
the Supreme Court when it held that
contracts limiting to small sums their
liability for loss of shipments are not
subject to State law?, but inter-Stale
laws. Further held that contracts
limiting liability In return for low
rate is not in violation of inter-State
commerce laws. Scores upon scores
of such contracts have been held void
under State laws.
Tho Patten Case.
By upholding certain disputed
counts against James A. Patten and
others charged with violation of the
Sherman law in running the so-called
"cotton corner" In January, 1910, the
Supreme Court Monday sent the case
against the men to trial in the lower
The Southern Pacific.
Tho Sui)reme Court Monday held
the plan advanced by the Union Pa
cific attorneys for the disposition of
the entire holdings of the Union Pa
cific, in the Southern Pacific, by the
transfer to stockholders of the Union
Pacific, would not so effectually end
the merger as to comply with the
courts' dissolution decree.
Tho Minnesota reciprocal demur
rage law of 1907 was to-day annulled
as unconstitutional by the Supreme
Court. The court held that the Fede
ral government legislate?! upon that
subject, and so has taken away all
power, if any existed, from the States
to legislate so far as Inter-State com
merce ls concerned. Several States
have similar laws.
(JoiiijK'rs Criticizes Federal Judge.
Washington, Jan. 6. - Samuel
Gompers, president of the American
Federation of Labor, speaking be
fore the Senate sub-committee of ju
diciary to-day in favor of the Clayton
anti-injunction contempt bills, an
swered criticisms aimed at the Fede
ration because of the conviction of
labor leaders In the dynamite con
spiracy. In closing his statement,
which included an assault upon em
ployers' and manufacturers' associa
tions, particularly the steel corpora
tion and National Erectors' Associa
tion. Gompers declared organized la
bor won bl not repudiate the Structu
ral Iron Workers' Union.
"lt would leave them helpless, at
the mercy of organized capital and Its
Insatiable. uncurbed greed for
He criticized Federal Judge Ander
son's statement In the trial of the
conspirators when he said the evi
dence in this case would convince
any impartial jierson that 'govern
ment by Injunction was infinitely io
he preferred to government by dyna
Persons troubled with partial pa
ralysis aro often very much benefited
by massaging the affected parts thor
oughly when applying Chamberlain's
Liniment. This liniment also . re
lieves rheumatic pains. For sale by
all dealers. adv.
PROM LITTLE RIVER SECTION.
E. P. Martin Suffern from Peculiar
Little River. Jan. 6.-Special:
Christmas passed off very quietly in
this section, with very little evidence
of booze during the holidays. Every
one seemed to have a good time, ex
cept E. P. Martin, who received a
very painful wound on the hand from
shooting a heavily charged gun with
one hand. The recoil was so great
that the gun "kicked" back through
his grasp, cutting an ugly gash in
his hand with the break lever. The
wound is doing very well at this
time. Then his next misfortune was
the loss of his pocketbook, with some
Ave or six dollars in cash. This
comes hard In a short crop year like
The sad news of the death of New
ton Lii8k, of North Carolina, reached
here the latter part of last week.
Mr. Lusk had been suffering from
dropsy for some time. His death was
no surprise to his family and friends,
owing to the seriousness of his case.
The family have the deepest sympa
thy of many friends, both in South
and North Carolina, in their time of
The many friends of Mrs. W. L.
Littleton will be sorry to hear that
she is right sick at this time, suffer
ing from grip. Her many friends hope
to see her out soon.
Mrs. Julius Nix has been confined
to her room for some time with grip.
Her early recovery is hoped for by
Mr. and Mrs. Walter White, of
' Old Bickens, were circulating among
friends here recently.
I Miss Bessie Burgess, of North Car
olina, is spending some time with
j homefolks, to the delight of many
! Mrs. Luther ('row. of Cheohee, and
?Mrs. L. (!. Lusk. ol" this section, vis
ited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sta
; ten Cantrell, ot' Pickens county, re
j Mr. and Mrs. Prank Alexander are
on an extended visit in the Richland
section among relatives or the lat
j Mrs. L. Rogers is suffering from
j the effects ol a fall some time back.
! Ibu- many friends hope for her speedy
?restoration to lier usual health.
Alf Barton spent the holidays wi?'
his family. Ile bas been working in
? North Carolina for some time.
I WILLIAMS PROPERTY IS SOLD.
i Bid in By J. W. Shelor, Acting As
Attorney, for $21,000.
(Anderson Mail, Jan. 6.)
The property belonging to the es
tate of Miss Lizzie Williams was sold
at public outcry by Dr. C. L. Guyton,
administrator, at tho court house to
day. It was first sold in parcels and
then as a whole, and the latter bid
was accepted. This was made by J.
W. Shelor, c.' Walhalla, as attorney
for Mrs. M il wee T. Hughs, chief bene
ficiary under the will. The price paid
for the property was $21.000 and
$220 for two shares of the Bank of
There are three brick store rooms
and a vacant lot, all on Benson
street, just off the square, included
in the property. It had been under
stood that there were several busi
ness concerns in tho city who would
?enter bids for it, but these did not
.come forward. It is considered that.
I the price bid for the property is very
TAFT OBJECTS TO THE HAGUE.
Prefers Special Tribunal to Settle the
Panania Canal Dispute.
Washington, Jan. 5.-President
Taft is willing to submit to arbitra
tion the questions at issue between
Great Britain'and tho United States
over the Panania Canal tolls, but he
does not favor arbitration by The
Hague tribunal. This fact became
known here to-night upon the Presi
dent's return from New York. Al
though he has not yet given the mat
ter of a tribunal much thought, the
President probably would prefer a
special board of arbitration, com
posed of an equal number cf citizens
of the United Stab's and Great Bri
tain. Such was to bo the composi
tion of the arbitral court he pro
posed to settle any vital question
arising between nations when he
spoke in behalf of the arbitration
The President has expressed to
friends the views that at The Hague
all Europe would be against this na
tion and that the moral pressure on
the court would be enormous, be
cause all Europe i? interested in the
Panama tolls just as much as is Eng
land. In a court in which only Great
Britain and the United State were
represented, it is argued, there would
bo a much greater chance of a fair
decision. Several Democratic Sena
tors have voiced the opinion that a
special tribunal be created to arbi
trato this dispute.
Items from Return.
Return, Jan. 6.-Special: The In
fant of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sanders
was buried nt Return Sunday after
T. J. Dalton and family have
moved to tho Cochran place near
Seneca. While we regret to give
them up, we wish them every suc
cess In their new home.
Miss Pearl Hayes spent last week
visiting the family of S. A. Grant, of
Miss Mamio Miller, of Georgia,
visited Miss Vita Oliver the latter
part of the week.
David Jaynes, of Oak way, has pur
chased J. F. Martin's farm near Re
turn church and has moved to it. We
welcome them to our community.
The Woman's Missionary Society
met. last Saturday with Mrs. C. C.
Miller. While very few of the mem
bers were present the neat little sum
of $4.50 was raised.
Mrs. Billie Williams has been on
the sick list, but is some better at
Mr. Blakeley and mother, of Hart
well, Ga.,, spent last week with T. A.
Crooks. " '
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BOUNTY LANI) AND VICINITY.
Kennion of Family of Late M.
Bouncy Land, Jan. fi.-Special:
The holiday visitors have all depart
ed and Bounty Land has lapsed into
a state ol' loneliness to ho overcome
only by close application to the
business duties that come with the
We regret to learn of the illness
of Hide Virginia Wright; also of A. j
W. Perrltt, who has beim quite In- ;
disposed for several days. We hope
for their early convalescence.
Misses .Julia and Myrtle Davis are
visiting In Westminster to-day as
guests of Miss Laura Smithson.
Ervin Harnett, of Pendleton, vis
ited yesterday at W. T. Hubbard's. I
A most delightful occasion of last
week was a reunion of the sons and
daughters of the late Hon. M. B.
Dendy, which took place Thursday at :
the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1). A. Per
ritt. Those present wore: Mr.
Mi's. S. K. Dendy, Jr., of Seneca;
and Mrs. M. F. Alexander and
children, of Whitewater; Mr.
Mrs. J. H. Magill, two children.
.1. E. Dendy, of Hartwell, Ga.
Emma Dendy, of Augusta, Ga.; Char
lie P. Dendy, ol" Village, Ark.; Mrs.
Fannie L. Fennell, of Anderson, and
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Doyle, of the
community. All the brothers and
sisters were present except Leslie M.
Dendy, of Griffin, Ark. The day was
a most delightful one to all present.
Miss Adelaide Bulgin returned
Sunday to J. R. Wright's after spend
ing tho holidays with her home peo
ple at Franklin, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Magill and chil
dren left Saturday for Hartwell, Ga.
Miss Dendy and Mrs. Fannie Fennell
also left for their respective homes,
Augusta and Anderson.
Mrs. A. C. Ballenger will leave in
a few days for a visit of s me length
to relatives and friends in Mobile,
Misses Lillian and Jessie McDon
ald gave a pound party to their
friends last Friday evening.
J. B. Tarrant and three of E. L.
Stone's children have been quite
unwell for several days, but aro im
Mrs. Meade Davis visited in New
berry a few days ago.
If your children are subject to
attacks of croup watch for the first
symptoms-hoarseness. Give Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy as soon as
the child becomes hoarse and the at
tack may bo warded off. For sale
by all dealers. adv.
Probing Committee to Meet.
Bennettsville. Jan. 5.-J. J. Ev
ans, secretary of the dispensary In
vestigating committee appointed at
the last session of the General As
sembly, announced to-night that the
committee will meet in Columbia on
Thursday. The principal work be
fore the committee will be the 'prep
aration of Its report to be submitted
to the General Assembly at the ap
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SALESMEN WANTED to look af
ter our Interest in Oconee and adja
cent counties. Salary or commission.
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well known staple line wants travel
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WE WANT to buy one-half million
Dogwood and Persimmon Shuttle
Blocks, from 12 Ms to 23 inches in
length. Prices range from $200.00
per thousand downward. Seo D. L.
Norris. Manager, Tho Southern Shut
tle & h- bbin Co., Westminster, S. C.
Net ice is hereby given that pursu
ant to an order of thc State Board of
Education, a special examination for
teachers will be held at the Court.
House at Walhalla, on Friday, Janu
ary 10 th.
Examination will begin nt nine
o'clock a. m. Applicants must fur
nish their own pencils and paper.
W. C. ll H.HS,
County Superintendent of Education.
January 1, 1913. 1-2
SALE OF PERSONALTY
Pursuant to an order of the Pro- ;
bate Court of Oconee County, South,
Carolina, I will sell, to the highest ?
bidder, at public auction, at office of
the late John Joost, on Catherine
street, Walhalla, S. C., on Thursday,
10th day of January, 1013, at ? I a.
m., the goods and chattels belonging
to the estate of the late Joan Joost,
deceased, consisting mainly of the
1 Safe, 50 Chicken Coops; 22 Egg
Crates, 1 Wheelbarrow, 1 Platform
Scale, 1 Spring Scale, 1 Office Chair,
lot of Tools and Office Fixtures and
Fu rn i tu re.
Terms of Sale: CASH.
MARY M. JOOST,
January 1, 1013. 1-3
Good T irrte to Buy
At Mill. I Delivered.
HETRIGK HOSIERY MltlS.
Walhalla, South Carolina.
3UALITY AND A FAIR PRICE WHEN
ANT IN HARDWARE FROM A CARPET
t TRAPS, BUT YOU WILL LIKE OUR
D NICE AND RATS AND OUR SQUARE
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ter, 5. C.