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( ESTABLISHED 184?.)
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0TECK, SHE LOR & SCHRODER.
Communications of a personal char
acter charged for as advertise
Obituary notices and tributes of re
spect, of not over one hundred
words, will be printed free o?
charge. All over that number
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cent a word. Cash to accompany
WALHALLA, 8. C.:
WEDNESDAY, IE BRU A RY 12, 1013
UV IN A BALLOON.
Magistrates and rural policemen
for Oconee county have been ap
Magistrates and rural policemen
for Oconee county have not been ap
They may be appointed, or
They may not be appointed.
Death and high laxes are certain
- everything else seems to be "up in
During the past week rumors of the
appointment of Jesse Lay, C. I*. Wal
ker. J. H. Mason and C. E. Gaillard
as rural policemen for the county
have boen circulated, and at the same
time Mr. Lay, we understand, has re
reived his commission as Magistrate
for the Tamassee section. Nothing
is settled in the matter, so far as we
are able to learn.
lt has also been reported that J.
B. S. Dendy. Esq.. has been appointed
as Magist rato to succeed A. P. Crisp,
incumbent, at Walhalla; Dr. S. S.
Moroney as Magistrate at Salem, and
Jack Hopkins as Magistrate at Sen
eca, and that the other Magistrates
lor Oconee remain unchanged. But
all is uncertain; this may be the
case, or it may not l>e.
Are you looking for any of these
appointments? "They're up in a bal
loon, boys, up in a balloon!"
GO TO THE CORN SHOW!
There still remain a few day? dur
ing which visitors will bo able to see
and learn at the National Corn Ex
position. Arrangements have been
made whereby tho exposition will re
main open for a week longer than
was first anticipated-in other
words, the show will be on during the
remainder of this week. Those who
have seen the show are loud in their
praises of lt. Kew from Oconee have
attended, and it ls a pity that it is
so. Tito incentivo to improve and
broaden that would have come from
a generous attendance on tito part of
Oconee farmers would have been
worth much to the county. We print
below a letter from lt. Harris, who is
certainly farmer enough to know a
good thing in the agricultural line
when ho sees it :
"Editor Keowee Courier: I see by
this morning's papers that the great
National Corn Exposition is to be
open for another week. This is done
for the hcnefll of those who have not
yel .-?cn it. Now I want to appeal to
the farmers of this State to avail
themselves of this, the greatest edu
cational show thal has ever been held
in the United States, and probably
?ve will never have another one in the
South certainly not In South Caro
lina. You cannot, afford to miss see
ing it. lt is Impossible for any one
to imagine the greatness of this show
without seeing it and studying it.
Here you can learn by observation
and get. information thal it would
take you a life-time to study out; so,
farmers, come and see it. The edu
cational feature is Invaluable lo von.
With this week will end your op
portunity to attend the exposition. Do
YOU THE LITTLE BLIND HOV.
Contributions have been coming in
for Ernest Sanders, the little blind
m y, and there is now in hand enough
to Justify John W. Shelor in taking
the Mttle fellow to a specialist in At
lanta, which he Will doubtless do this
week. A specialist there has agreed
to examine the child and do the best
that can be done for him, making as
reasonable a charge for services as
can be done. But there will be need
for moro funds than are now in hand,
and not a penny of the amounts sent
in will be misused or extravagantly
expended. So add your contribu
tions to the amounts acknowledged
below, and your contributions will be
Mr. Shelor sends us the following
acknowledgments up to Monday
For the Blind Boy:
Unknown, Newry, S. C.$ 6 00
Cash, Walhalla. 1 00
Edgar Shanklln, Richland... io
James Sanders . 10
F. S. Holleman, Seneca. 1 00
J. H. Patton, Battle Creek... 100
N. D. Roh letter, Battle Creek 25
H. E. Rohlettor, Battle Creek 25
W. L. Carter, Battle Creek .. 25
J. L. Carter, Battle Creek ... 25
John Blalock, Battle Creek. . 15
Mrs. Ollie Whitworth, B.Creek 50
W. P. Anderson, Westminster 2 00
Robert Davis, Richland .... 100
Jeff D. McMahan, Richland.. 1 00
Master Wm. Matheson, West
minster . 25
Mrs. K. W. Marett, Westmin
ster . 25
Oconee Station School. 60
Tainassee School . 1 90
Web Harbin. Seneca. 25
W. C. Hughs, Walhalla. 2 5
John W. Shelor.
To the above The Courier adds the
following amounts sent to this office,
remittance of which will bo made to
Mr. Shelor to-day:
Louis Rlmrodt.$ .25
Miss Rena Hunslnger .1.00
Mrs. H. W. Brandt.50
nv Walhalla school
s th Grade .S 1.10
'..th Grade .90
1 Otb (irado.30
Miss Kate Steck . 1 . <><)
$ 5. or,
Mr. Shelor acknowledges ... 17.25
Total.$22 . 30
Don't hesitate to send In a contri
bution. Make it as large as you
ebor SO) but remember that every con
tribution, however small, will help.
NM WS FROM WESTMINSTER.
Young Ladies Win as I > bald's-Hits
of Local Information,
Westminster, Fob. ll.- 'pedal:
The annual meeting of tho stockhold
ers of the Oconee Mills Company was
held last Thursday. The following
gentlemen were present: E. A.
Smith, Charlotte; T. E. Huggins,
New York; R. B. Hopkins, Haiti
more; H. R. Buist, Charleston; H.
M. Victor, Charlotte; W. O. Hamil
ton, Seneca; J. M. Bruner, West
minster. Tho following officers were
elected for the ensuing year: E. A.
Smith, president; Robert Lasaiter,
treasurer; J. M. Bruner. secretary.
Directors-E. A. Smith, Robt. Lasst
ter, R. B. Hopkins. H. R. Buist, H.
M. Victor. The report of the busi
ness for last year was very satisfac
tory indeed, and the outlook for the
coining year's work is promising,
There was a small lire at the bap
tist church Sunday morning just as
Sunday school convened, it was soon
extinguished, however, before any
serious damage was done.
J. P. Tannery has moved his stock
of general merchandise from Mrs.
Callie Dillard's store room to one of
the store rooms In the Oconee Hunk
It. A. Hester, of Plckens, was here
Wednesday to see hts son, H. M. Hes
J. A. Durham was at Townville
last Friday on business.
F. W. Cannon is helping Mitchell
& Reeder In their removal sale.
Walter Kilburn, representing the
Nashville Tank and Construction Co.,
of Nashville, Tenn., was visiting his
father, A. S. Kilburn, last week.
Janies H. Brown, of Oakway, re
turned Thursday from Columbia, j
where he had been in attendance on
the corn show.
J. H. Barnett left Thursday for Co
lumbla to take In the corn show.
Lee G. Leathers an I wife returned
last week from an e.\ nded visit to
Nashville, Tenn., who they have
been visiting Mr. Leathers' brother,
W. Reid Leathers.
Tho Southern Railway Company is
doing some much-needed repair work
on the old freight depot in the way
of new platforms, flooring, etc.
I). I. M ul key returned last week
from a business trip to Spartanburg
in his car.
Mrs. Lee Leathers arrived Friday
from Atlanta to visit Mr. and Mrs.
The second annual debaters' con
test of the Calhoun Literary Society
was held Friday evening at the audi
torium. The judges tor this contest
were Messrs. Moss an1 Steck, of
Walhalla, and J, M. Bruner, of West
minster. Misses Agnes Orr and Edna
Mitchell were chosen to contest for
the Anderson medal at the close of
school. After the debate the prelim
inary contest for the best orator to
represent tho Westminster High
School at tlie Oconee County Oratori
cal Contest, and at Greenville, was
held, .lack Zimmerman was chosen
for the place.
Mrs. T. E. Strlbllng, of Seneca, is
visiting her aunt. Mrs. J. M. McClan
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Baptist Church will give a Valentine
entertainment and supper next Fri
day evening in the hall over J. 0.
Breazeale's store. They will #serve
oysters, coffee, chocolate and cake.
They will also have a lot of fine
home-made candies for sale.
Dr. J. S. Stribling, wife and baby,
of Seneca, visited his brother, Wm. J.
Strlbllng, last week.
Mrs. Tom Cllnkscales, of Atlanta,]
ls visiting her father and mother,
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Simpson.
Mrs. Blalock, of Blacksburg, spent
a few hours last Friday with her
daughter, Miss M. Blalock. one of the
teachers of the Westminster High
There will be a match gamo of
basket ball between the Seneca and
Westminster teams on tho Westmin
ster grounds next Tuesday afternoon.
The young people of the Baptist
church met Sunday and reorganized
the Baptist Young People's Union,
and planned for some interesting and
Mrs. F. W. Cannon is In Greenville
this week visiting her uncle, J. H.
Cotton is worth 12% c. on this
Thu; is tho season of the year
when mothers feel very much con
cerned over the frequent colds con
tracted by their children, and have
abundant reason for it. as evry cold
weaken? ?ho lungs, lowers the vital
ity and paves the way for the more
serious diseases that so often follow.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is fam
ous for its cures, and Is pleasant and
safe to take. For sale by all deal
! ors. adv.
18,000 TT?RKS HAVE FALLEN.
Report of Fierce Engagement?--10.*
OOO Ottomans Reported Captured.
London, Feb. 8.-A senstalonal re
port that the Turks suffered a crush
ing defeat at the hands of Ruigarian
troops in the Peninsula of Gallipoli
and lost 15,000 killed and 10,000
prisoners, which was published in
Berlin this morning, has not been
Montenegro, Uko all the rest of tho
belligerents In the Balkan war, is
badly in need of funds. The govern
ment at Cettlnje is now trying to
place a small short-term issue here,
but the financiers have barred their
Aviator l)r?i>x Rom bs.
Romo, Feb. 8.-A s|>ecial dispatch
from the island of Lemnos, in the
Aegean Sea, says the Greek aviator,
Lieut. Mutusls, Hut night made a
daring Hight over the straits of the
Dardanelles in a hydro-aeroplane. The
dispatch says that a thorough recon
noissance of the Turkish fleet was
made and that the aviator then flew
over Maidas. near the southern point
of the Gallipoli peninsular and over
looking the Dardanelles, and dropped
four bombs on tho arsenal there.
The aviator rej>orts, according to
thc dispatch, that as his machine
passed over the fleet he saw flashes ;
from the vessels' guns as they fired
at him. The hydro-aeroplano was
not hit. Capt. Marali mas says he
was able to make observations dur
ing the Hight that were far more val
uable than he had expected.
Hero ls a message of good cheer
from Mrs. C. J. Martin, Boone Mills,
Va., who is tho mother of eighteen
children. Mrs. Martin was cured of
stomach trouble and constipation by
Chamberlain's Tablets after Ave
years of suffering, and now recom
mends these tablets to the public.
Sold by all dealers. adv.
Poplar Springs Baptist Church.
All members are requested to be
present at the church on Saturday,
February 22d, at ll o'clock. It is
the purpose of th^ church to have
thc articles of fpith and the rules of
church government read, after which
the clerk wi ', call the roll, and those
who are "rilling to abide by these
rules m_iy have their names entered
upon che new roll.
Ail members will be expected to
abide by and help to carry out the .
Baptist principles as they are taught
in the New Testament. Surely no
member who loves the church can
afford to stay away from this meet
This notice is given by order of
the church. Z. I. Henderson, Pastor.
Surprise Your Friends.
For four weeks regularly use Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They stimu
late the liver, improve digestion, re
move blood impurities, pimples and
eruptions disapi fae?
ano body and yo f<
at once. Buy at ll Irnggtsts. adv I
Will Work >con v. Rt ad .
(Anderso:. M ill Otb I
J. C. McConn<>: liai boen app<
ed foreman of the road working
forces of Oconeo county, and will en
ter upon his new duties in a few days.
He has been with the road forces of
this county for several years, and has
acquired valuable experience In road
working and road building.
Oconee county, with the exception
of a few main roads, has been behind
in road making, but is now starting
In to make some real roads. Some
twenty convicts will be brought to
that county in a few days, and the
road working system of the county
reorganized, and some good work
will be inaugurated. The Oconee au
thorities have made a good selection
in employing Mr. McConnell as fore
Styles and Weights fo
commend it where a ne
Fence is wished, at a ir
3 foot Poultry Nett
?? kt u
Barb Wire, all size
Call to see us for >
will save you money.
Bellows, Forges, B
Tire Shrinkers, Stocki
Tongs, etc., all carried i:
Nails, Locks and t
ware. Roofing, all grad
perial Plows and Re
Oliver Plows. Full Ste
Coneroee News Brief?.
Coneross, Feb. 10.-Special: Mas
ter Herclel Abbott delightfully eu- J
tertained the Royal Ambassadors
Friday from 3 to 6 o'clock p. m. The I
young guests were treated in royal
style by their young host, assisted by
his pastor. Rev. L. D. Mitchell. Dur
ing the afternoon delicious fruits
were served, and the occasion will be
remembered as one of great pleasure
to the boys, who numbered 16.
Paul K. Barker, of Girard, Ga.,
arrived here last Thursday and is
spending some timo with homefolks.
We ar? glad to know that Mrs. W.
O. Alexander ls much improved.
The Coneross Sunbeams have
changed their regular meeting day to
the second Sunday at 3 p. ni.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Marett, Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. Whitaker and Mr. and
Mrs. B. D. Breazeale were recent
guests at the home of W. O. Alexan
J. C. and l\ K. Barker are visiting
their brother, S. J. Barker, of Cen
There will be a number of deacons
elecfed for Coneross Baptist church
at the conference Saturday afternoon.
All members are urged to attend.
.Miss Rena Hunsinger attended ser
vices at Rocky Knoll Sunday for the
purpose of organizing a Sunbeam
Hand. She was accompanied hy her
mother, Mrs. S. M. Hunsinger.
Do you know that moro real dan
ger lurks in a commond cold than in
any other of tho minor ailments? The
safe way is to take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, a thoroughly relia
ble preparation, and rid yourself of
the cold as quickly as possible. This
remedy is for sale by all dealers, ad.
Rems from Oakway.
Oak way, Feb. 10.-Special: Rev.
Payseur filled his regular appoint
ment at the Baptist church Sunday
and preached an able and edifying
The friends of Miss Allie Mason
are pleased to see her out after a re
Miss Beulah Smith, of Easley, is
visiting he. sister. Mrs. Luther Pra
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF PER
Notice Is hereby given that I will
sell, to the highest bidder, at publie
auction, at the late residence of J. B.
TARRANT, deceased, near James's
Crossing, on THURSDAY, February
27th, 19?3, beginning at 10 o'clock
a. m., the following Personal Prop
erty, to wit:
1 Lot of Corn,
1 Lot of Fodder,
1 Lot Farming Tools,
1 Lot Household Goods.
Terms of Sale-CASH.
F S "OLLEMAN,
Ilpili 1 o? Estai J. B. Tarrant,
Peb 12 1918. 7-9
:.I ICE OK THAWING JURY.
State of South Carolin1' ,
County of Oconee.
We, the undersigned Jury Commis
sioners for the County and State
aforesaid, will draw, in the office of
Clerk of Court, on February 20th,
1913, at 9 o'clock a. m., or as soon
thereafter as possible, twelve Grand
Jurors for the year 1913, and at the
same time and place, thirtv-six Petit
Jurors, to serve for the first week of
the Spring Term of Court, commenc
ing March 10th, 1913.
JOHN F. CRAIG. (Seal.)
Clerk of Court,
R. W. GRUBBS, (Seal.)
\V. J. SCHRODKR, (Seal.)
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:ing, $1.75 per roll,
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'our Fence "Wants. We
?lowers. Anvils, Vises,
; and Dies, Hammers,
linges. Builders" Hard
i and Disc Plows, Im
pairs, Lynchburg and
?ck Furniture, (bought
If you want your gar
den to "blossom like the
Get a sack of our 4 = 10 = 2
FERTILIZER, apply it liberally
when you plant, and then scatter
some along as you cultivate your
vegetables.1 The ten per cent, of am
monia in this goods will have your
vegetables rioting all the summer so
that they will rival the "Rose of
Sharon" and the "Lily of the Valley:'
of which you have doubtless heard.
A 200 pound sack of this goods
will be sufficient for the ordinary
garden, and you will have some of it
left for the "flowers that bloom in the
spring," and some for your blue grass.
You will find your vegetables and
your flowers that bloom in the spring,
and your blue grass responsive to this
4=10 = 2.
PHATE & OIL CO.,
D. S. VAN DIVER,
J. R. VANDIVER,
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Gutter and Repair Work.
JO. E. GOOX>,
TINNER, - WALHAIJIJA, S. C.
AUTO REPAIRS AND
Call anti soe me or phone 84.
Prom pt attention to all calls.
All work guaranteed.
L. 0. WHITE, Walhalla.
We Have Cut the P
Wc are offering cut prices on Men's and Boys
Clothing and Overcoats,
Nice lot of Laches* Coats that we arc offering at
- Grocery Department.
20 lbs. Granulated Sugar for $1.00,
Leggett's Full Cream Cheese for 20c.
2 pkgs Premier Brand Oat Meal for J 5c.
3 lb. can Pride of Virginia Tomatoes for 10c.
Cooking Oil, best quality, 70c per gallon,
? bars Gold Band Soap for 25c,
Best Quality Flour (guaranteed) $6.00.
Full linc of Feet* Stuffs always on hand and
guaranteed quality a >rice.
Feed and Seed Oats, Corn, Bran, Shorts, Cotton
Seed Meal, Hulls and Hay.
You are invited to call and inspect our goods be
fore making your purchases.
MOSS & ANSEL,
Cement Front, Walhalla, S. 0.
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