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The Regular Communication of
ns^KSt^ Rlue Ridge IKXIKC, NO. 9 2,
I^CJ^IA F. M., will bo belt! nexl
IdriSCwI Friday evening, Sept. 12th,
1913, at 8.30 o'clock.
ES. L. Herndon, W. M.
W. O. White, Secretary.
TLOCAL AND PERSONAL.
H-!* .H-H"* ?M-t?*M?
The best suit wool clothes for
Hie least money. .Vonnan's. adv.
-R. Turner Kay, of Gadsden, Ala.,
spent Thursday night in Walhalla
--Kev. I). P. Reardon will preach
at the Station school hons?? on tho
third Sunday in this month at 1 1
Oliver chilled plows and repairs
always ill stock. W. M. Brown, Wal
Miss Mamie Ansel is spending
I his week in Greenville, where she is
visiting at the home of Bx-Governor
M. P. Ansel.
<". H. Miller. Esq., of Green
ville, spent Sunday in Walhalla
among friends, who aro always
pleased to meei him.
Do not forget Norman's new
stock of pretty dry goods, notions,
shoes, ladies' cloaks, skirts and cor
.Harold Uren necke left Monday
for Marion. X. C., where he lias se
cured a position as clerk in a drug
plore. His friends here regret his
Miss Addie Tatham, of Green
wood, is spending some time here at
(he home of Mrs. L. I), Brcnneckc.
Her many friends are pleased to wel
come her hack to her old home.
- Disc harrows, stalk cul tel s, eic.
You need them; I have them. Call
and get prie 'CS. W. M. Brown, Wal
There will be preaching Satur
day night and Sunday morning at
/ion church; also at Fairview al I
p. in, and at Newry al night. All aro
cordially invited to attend tlmse> se>r
, ices. J. t). Burnett, Pastor.
H. A. Broniie'cko. who has been
confined to his home for some iime>
suffering from rheumatism, is report
ed considerably better. I hough he is
still confined IQ his room. \Ve hope
that he may soon lie- oui again.
A pretty line umbrellas, para
sols, ladies' and children's sweaters.
Norman's lower store. adv.
Mrs. S. A. Sterno, f A ii tun. An
dersen! county, was In Walhalla for
a short while last Saturday. She>
was returning to her homo after an
extended visit lo her daughter, Mrs.
E. R. Holmes, who resides in the'
country between Walhalla and West
Miss Ruth Walker was al home
to the members of the Paul Hayne
Circle Tuesday e>f last week, Septem
ber 2. An Interesting program el<>
voted tei Tim rod was much enjoyed.
After the' business for the- day had
been disposed of delicious refresh
ments were served.
-The particular ste?re for particu
lar people te> buy bread handled in
a particular, clean manner. Cash
Grocery Ce).. Walhalla. adv.
-Mrs. Henry Gordon ami daugh
ter, Miss i.illie' May Gordon, Miss
Sewell and Mr. Wilson, of Ca mel
ville, Ca.; Mrs. J. T. Henry and
daughter, Miss Syble, and son Thurs
ton, of Lenoir, X. C., spent, several
days last week visiting at the' home
of Mr. and Mrs. .lohn F. Craig.
- -John W. Oliver is tim "first-hale
man" In this community, lm having
had a 500-pound bale eil' 1913 eas
ton ginned last week at Westmin
ster. The bab' was solel there at
12 7-S e-ents a pound. Mr. Oliver is
generally em tim market with the
first halo from this Immediate sec
You. will have a chance te) get
good mu b's, wagons and farm tools
at the mortgagee's sale next Satur
day morning at W. M. Brown's sta
bles. Be on band. Auction will be
gin at 1 1 o'clock. adv.
--The "Court Hons?' Rinft" has
been materially added te> by the pres
ence of Misses Bertha and Katie
Schumacher, who are now connected
with the clerical feine Miss Bertha
is filling a position in the office of
County Superintendent of Education
Thos. A. Smith, while Miss Katie is
doing extra work in the ofnee of Aud
itor I). A. Smith.
- Tho many flionels of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Pitchford, who have for
fome time resided in Atlanta, bul
who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
S. X. Pitchford for several weeks,
will be pleased to learn that they
will make' tlmir home here in the fu
ture. Mr. Pitchford >s associated
with Ins father. S. X. Pitchford, ill
the mercantile business,
-Ono full carload McCormick
mowers, rakes. Implements, etc.; Mc
Cormick repairs; Nissen and White
Hickory wagons; Norman and Kock
Hill buggies; harness, etc. Gel our
prices before you buy. We can save
you money. Special prices em Rock
Hill buggies for the m>xt sixty days.
Dickson and Matheson, Westminster,
S. C. adv.-ff.
Prank H. Shirley, of Westmin
ster, has senne' special bargains in
real estate, to which he calls atten
tion this week. Ho sure' to read his
announcement and communicate with
him if you are in the market for real
esate Investments e?r are- looking for
a home. Mr. Shirley will take pleas
ure in showing you something worth
while looking ni In tho way of real
-Tho-. C. Hutchison, of Columbia,
is spending several days this week
in Walhalla visiting at the nome of
his grandmother, Mrs. s. J. Hutchi
son, and among other relatives. He
is a son of Mr. and Mrs. .las. M.
Hutchison, formerly of Walhalla, and
has many frienels here who are pleas
ed to meet him again. Mr. Hutchi
son is employed in the business office
of the Columbia State.
-Tho Westminster Oil and Ferti
lizer Company will give four (4)
cents each for every good cotton seed
meal bag you will bring them. See
that all holes are mended. Westmin
ster Oil and Fertilizer Co., Westmin
ster, S. C. ad.-tf.
-Best line men's pants, hats,
suits, shirts, at Norman's store. ad.
- Mrs. W. T. Stoddard and C. W.
Pitchford, Jr., are visiting relatives
at Statesboro, Ga., this week.
-Hon. J. B. Prather, of Toccoa,
is spending to-day in Walhalla on
business and meeting his many
-Mr. and Mrs. Harry lt. HIIKIIS
and little daughter are speuding
some time visiting relatives and
friends at fine Mountain, Ca.
Wheat, oats, barley, rye, vetch,
crimson clover and rape seed. C. W.
& .1. K. Bauknlght, Walhalla. adv.
Dick Biemann ls now employed
at Hell's ding store, having taken
the place <>t Harold Brennecke, who
has gone to North Carolina.
- Mrs. ,1. lt. Anderson, ol' Ander
son. 8 pen I yesterday in Walhalla vis
iting at the home of lier sister, Mrs.
W. I). Moss. Her many friends were
delighted to have her among them.
-T. IO. Alexander sells Hock Hill
buggies. Walhalla, S. C. adv.-tf.
Mis. W. Sheib, son and daugh
ter, and Miss Waddell, of Greenville;
Mis. Wallace, of Anderson. are
spending somo time in Walhalla.
They are stopping at the home of Mt*,
and Mrs. II. C. Husch.
Buggies, wagons, harness, farm
implements, etc. large stock and
best makes. Call and examine. W.
M. Brown, Walhalla. adv.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Collins, who
hilve been spending som?' time in
Seneca, were among relatives in
Walhalla the fust of this week.
While here Mr. Collin- sold to Capt.
V. C. Marlin a cottage and lot in
Miss ida Biemann left Tuesday
for Greenwood, where she entered
Lander College this morning. she
has numerous friends here who wish
her every success in t he school work
ai Lander, Miss Ida has been at
tending tile Walhalla Graded School
until this year.
follow your nose and it will
lead you to Swift's Premium ham
friend foi' breakfast. For sale by the
Cash < ; roce ry Co. adv.
Attention is directed io the ad
vertisement of the Barron-Byrd Co..
of Seneca. This enterprising firm
has inst opened a large stock of new
fall goods in all lines and will he
glad to welcome tin* trading public
of Oconee at their store. This is one
of tlx- most enterprising mercantile
linns in Oconee, and they catt be re
lied upon to fulfil every word they
utter. (?ive them a call.
W. M. Brown has just received
a large shipment of buggies, wagons,
harness and farm implements and is
prepared to meet the needs of all in
the lines ol' farm machinery and
horse fittings. He carries the fam
ous High Point buggies. McCormick
machinery. Oliver plows and harrows
Call at his store on Main street (al
Confederate monument ) and let bin:
show you through his largo stock
See advertisement on fifth page.
Cor Sale-Crist mill with I.',
li. p. gasoline engine: plant in Hrs
class conditiou. Bargain for quid
sale. Good will and fine patronage
See S. K. Dendy, Walhalla. adv
Dr. ('litton, eye. ear. nose ant
throat specialist, will he in Senect
next Monday and Tuesday, 15th am
16til ; in Walhalla Wednesday an?
Thursday, and in Westminster 01
Friday and Saturday of next week
Eyeglasses fitted perfectly at sinai
cost. Catarrh in any form cured bj
new and speedy method. Adenoids
tonsils, cataracts removed. Al
charges very reasonable. No charge
for treating tho poor. Examination
free to all. Patients please cal
?\trly af their respective points, ad
.Mrs. Maggie Morton, wife of M
M. Moiton, of the Seneca Mill vii
l?ge, died at her home there on Sop
tomber 3d at 2 o'clock p. m. Tlx
interment took place at Popla
Springs cemetery on the 4th at
o'clock p. m., the services being con
ducted by Rev. H. M. Lyda, of Wal
halla. Mrs. Morton before marriag
was Miss Maggie Hodge, she beinj
a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F
Holge, of Seneca. The deceased i
survived hy her parents, husband am
three small children, to whom is ex
tended sincere condolence in (hoi
hour of sorrow.
- For Sale-Nice home and sev<
ral desirable residence lots In Ser
eca; small farm (well Improved
near Seneca. S. C. Stone building
80x100, two stories, (now used as
carriage repository and sale stable)
and business lots, well located, i
Westminster, S. C.; two small farm
near Westminster. 1 desire to mak
a quick sale of all this property. I
Interested in any ?tart of it, pleas
write. T. M. Lowery, Plains, Ga. a(
The Walhalla Graded School
are scheduled to open on Monda:
September 22d. The opening th;
year lias been delayed slightly owill
to the work now in progress on th
new <dass rooms and atldltoriun
This work is progressing very satii
fnctorlly, and the completed bulli
lng will be turned over lo the trui
tees within a comparatively shoi
time. Tho building will present
handsome appearance, inside an
OUt, and Walhalla School Dist i ii
will have one of the best and mo;
commodious buildings in the lippi
part of the State when the additioi
have been completed.
Celery I iiursday or Frida
Leave your order in advance and 1
sure to get. yours. ('tish Croce
Co., Walhalla. adv.
Tho Wes* Union public scho
will open th.- fall term on Monda
September 15th, 1 !> 1 I!, with W.
Lake, Jr., as principal and Miss Ml
Kant as assistant. Mr. Lake is fro
Newberry and is a graduate of Ne
berry College of the class 1 !? I
Miss Cant is well known to the coi
munlty, having taught very accei
ably in this school last term. We 1;
lleve tho school will open under ve
promising conditions, and look f,
ward to ail efficient administration
tho school Interests of the town nj
surrounding community during t
term which begins on next Monda
- -Mortgage Sale Four head
mules, three wagons and a lot
farming tools for sale at public an
Hon on Saturday. September 13th,
11 a. m., In front of my bal
on Main street, :n town of Walha!
W. M. Brown, Mortgagee. adv
-T. C. King, of Anderson, spent
Sunday in Walhalla, visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Busch.
-All kinda ladies* and children's
goods. Norman's Dry doods Store, ad
-Louis C. Harrison, of Augusta,
(la., spent Sunday and Monday in
Walhalla with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. P. E. Harrison, and among his
many friends, who were delighted to
meet him again.
-Geo. M. Ansel, of the linn of
Moss Ai Ansel, is spending this week
in New York and Maltimore, In
which cities he is seletcing the fall
and winter stock for lils Brm, which
is preparing for an anticipated in
creased volume of business this year.
They will have In a short while the
largest and most varied stoek they
have ever carried.
Highest prices paid for green
and flint hides. See .he other fellow
li isl and then comr to me and we
will trade. Want every hide in the
county. Miles L. Phillips. adv.
-The remains o. James G. Dick
son, who died recel Hy In Montana,
arrived in Walhalla hst Saturday af
ternoon hoing mot ai the depot hy
the pall hearers and a 'argo number
of friends of the family, who accom
panied tho remains to t.?e Neville
cemetery, west of Walhall.1, where
the interment was made, tho Service
hoing conducted hy Hov. (?. V. Wil
cox, of the Walhalla Presh j terian
church. The following relatives ac
companied the remains to Wa llalla:
Misses Maggie, Nannie and liosa
Dickson and Charles Dickson ol' At
lanta: Joseph Neville, Julian J.
Neville and wife. Carl \ev>'.ie, of At
lanta; Mr. Bryan I. ol' Three Forks.
Mont. Tho latter accompanied the
remains from Mr. Hickson s Moniana
home, ho having been appointed by
the Masonic lodge ol' which the de
ceased was a member as escort for
the remains. All have returned to
their homes except Mr. Bryant, who
is spending a short while in the
Whetstone section of Oconee, where
he is visiting friends.
Sont li west Georgia Farms-I
have several farms for sale on easy
terms. Can furnish each buyer the
number ol' acres desired. Lands near
Plains are very Uno; all things con
sidered, ibo price is reasonable.
Lands in Terrell county extra good;
price $ 1 fi to $35 per acre, governed
by Improvements. I own these lands;
you deal with nu?. Write or call on
T. M. Lowery, Plains, Ca. ad-.-tf.
A deep gloom was cast over
Walhalla last Saturday afternoon
when the announcement that J. P.
McCarey, the 17-yec.r-old son of Mrs.
Joe McCarey, had passed away al 3
o'clock. Mr. McCarey had been criti
cally ill for several weeks, having
recovered from an attack of typhoid
fever, which was followed by a com
plication from which he was unable
to recover. His death was doubly
sad from the fact that his mother
and sister are also seriously ill at
their home here, and two younger
children are confined to their beds
al the homo of their grandmother,
Mrs. A. Lay, in the country, and the
sorrow comos to them as a sore
affliction indeed. Mr. McCarey was
a bright and promising young man,
and in his taking away the ??tiro
community feels deep sorrow. Ow
ing to impaired sight Mr. McCarey
had attended for several years the
Cedar Springs Institute, and he
proved an apt pupil, having so far ad
vanced as > have lacked but one
year ol' co 'ting the course of that
institutio' ile was a young man of
exemplar, habits and splendid char
acter. Funeral services were con
ducted Sunday at noon at Bethel
Presbyterian church, followed by in
terment in the Bethel cemetery, the
services being conducted hy Rev. G.
M. Wilcox, of tho Walhalla Presby
terian church, who has for a number
of years been the pastor of the fam
ily. In the deep sorrow of the be
reaved ones they have tho sincere
sympathy of a host of friends.
-Pleasant and profitable employ
ment for women, girls and boys. Ap
ply to Hetrick Hosiery Mills, Wal
halla, S. C. t. f.-adv.
More Powers to C. S. Consuls.
Washington, Sept. 6.-The United
States government to-day 'broadened
the powers of its consular representa
tives in Mexico to such a degree that
it is believed there will be no further
obstacle to a moro general with
drawal of American citizens from the
danger zone of the Southern repub
American consuls in Mexico to-day
received supplementary instructions
to give Americans whatever trans
portation they desired, and they
would be expected to reimburse the
government only if they were able,
and at their convenience. The adop
tion of this liberal policy resulted
from the general possibility that
many Americans would linger unless
every facility for their departure was
Claims to Be DIO Years Old.
Leah Price, colored, claims to have
proof from "the white folks' Bible"
that she is 130 years old. Her son,
Allon Price, states that he has just
brought his mother to his h o ino In
Walhalla from Pickens county and
that the records show that sho was
born in ITS!!, which would make her
now 130 years old. Allen Price ls
now f>7 years of age, and this p rt of
the record would indicate tba . his
mother was 73 years old when he
Leah Price is quito an aged nar
key there ls no doubt of that-fout
we are inclined to doubt tho rec
ord's accuracy in placing her ago at
130 years. She has never worn spec
tacles, she says, and until a compara*
lively few weeks ago had always got
ten about with ease without the aid
of a stick or cane.
Barber and Patron Kilted.
Savannah, Ga.. Sept. fi.- Chesley
Williams, son of a prominent mer
chant, was seated in a chair in a bar
ber shop at Brldgeboro, a small
town 14 miles south of Sylvester,
Ga., this afternoon, being shaved by
Johns Barksdale, proprietor of the
establishment, when a bolt of light
ning struck the shoji, killing both
THE ROUTE TO THE MOUNTAINS.
Party Enjoy? Trip to Highlands Over I
Proposed Good Hoad.
On Monday morning last Messrs.
Wm. J. Striming, W. L. Verner, C.
P. Ilotrlck, lt. C. Carter, lt. T. Jaynes
and L. 0. White started on an auto
?rip to Highlands for the purpose of ,
measuring tho route and meeting the
business men of Highlands In the In- ?
terest of the proposed automobile I
highway. The distances as register- i
<>d by one of the machines were as
Walhalla to- Miles.
Neville's . 2
Cano Crrek ?ridge. 2.5
Foot of .Stump House Mountain, il.G
Kerk Clayton Hoad . Fi.l
Doorau Well, top of Stump
house Mountain . G
Tunnei Post Office . G.3
Village Creek . 7.G ;
Hol?t. I nut's ( telenhone sta
t:~:<> . S.I j
Fork Turnpike Road . 8.4 ?
(Mia.-gi' Creek . 9.5
Kuhtmnnn Branch . 9.9
Fork Whetstone Road .10
A. M. Brown's, Mt. Rest P. O.. 1 1
Call.s Place (foot Callas Mt. 1.12.7
For'. Long Bottom Road .14.6
W. <5. Russell's (Russell P. O. ). 1 r> s
.Mfr >d Whit mire's .16.8
Pine Mountain P. 0.! !
Fork Dr. Hawkins's Road . ...1J.6
Fork .loise Cose Road .f1 .".
John N.x's .21.1
North Cn/olina state Line ..21
Fool Salida?* Mountain.26.1
The run was not made from High
lands lo Cashier's Valley, bul the
distance given was 12 -niles.
A meeting with the business men
of Highlands was held at the town
hall Monday evening, talks bel?g |
made by R. T. Jaynes, Wm. J. Strih
ling, Judge Bmorj Speer, T. C. Har
bison, W. L. Verner, c. F. Hetrick,
H. A. Pell and H. M. Bascom.
lt was shown by this trip that the 1
greater par! of the road can bo read
ily made suitable for easy travel with
a machine. Very little work will
have to be done on Stumphouse
Mountain. No change of grade will
have to be made, hut pipes and ?
drains will have to be laid so as to
get rid of the waterbreaks and give |
a smooth roadbed.
At the Kuhtmann branch a change ]
of grade should be made. This can
be done very easily and at small
The Callas Mountain ts the hard- j
est proposition in Oconee county. A
n^w road will have to be surveyed !
and built all the way up and over
this mountain for the distance of
about three miles, or from the Callas
place to that of W. (1. Russell.
After crossing Chattooga river a
change of grade will also have to be
made in places by Mr. Whit mire's
and along Pig Creek until the foot
of Pine Mountain is reached. Here
wo found the toughest proposition of
the entire route. A new road will
have to be surveyed all the way up i
and over this mountain for three
miles. From this point to High
lands the changes in the roadbed will
be few and for short distances. The
grade is already fairly good, even up
Satulah Mountain, four miles. The
grade here will compare favorably
with the grade of Stumphouse Moun
tain; hut the roadbed must bo wid
ened, several shari) curves eliminated
and culverts built.
Work has already commenced on
this road, beginning at the High- i
lauds's end and coming this way to- '
wards the State line. About two,
miles was found to he in excellent
The people of Highlands are en
thusiastic over this road, and it will
certainly be built, lt is now in order
for the work to begin on Callas
Mountain and the other portions of
the road in Oconee county.
As recorded above, it will be seen
that 8.4 miles of the Highlands road
answers also for the Cashier's Valley
road. The people of Cashier's were
represented in the meeting at High
lands hy Hamilton A. Pell, and they
intend to begin on September 15 th
to work their portion of this road to
the State line. It is also proposed
that the portion along tho old Turn
pike in Oconee county will he built
this fall. Arrangements are being
made to put a force of hands on both
of these roads at once. As soon as
they are finished, the road from
Highlands to Cashier's will he built
About, seven miles of thia road is al
ready in first-class condition, same
being the Ravenel Turnpike. About
five miles will have to be built from
Highlands to connect with this road.
It is said that this will ?nt he a very
expensive road to build, as few
changes in the road-bed are neces
These roads will be built this fall,
and as soon as they are completed,
the road from Walhalla to Lake Tox
away will ho built. It is probable,
however, that this will not he until
next spring. Thc Highlands and the
Cashier's roads appear to be the most
important at present, and they will
be the first built. The people of
Highlands and Cashier's are doing
their full part and putting it up to
us to do ours.
it is probable that both North and
South Carolina will have,to contrib
ute to the construction of the seven
miles through Rabun county, (?eor
gia, on account of the heavy and ex
pensive work on Pine Mountain, but
this will he done.
When these nada are built it will
bo easy to make the run from Wal
halla to either Highlands or Cash
ier's within three hours. Thus will
be opened up to tourists and visitors
from other sections the most attract
ive and interesting portion of the
Blue Ridge Mountains.
The party from Walhalla were
handsomely entertained hy tho citi
zens of Highlands with headquarters
at the Smith Hotel. Roth the rooms
and faro were excellent. The ser
vier rendered by "Mine Host" Smith
has contributed largely to the splen
did reputation achieved by Highlands
as a summer resort.
Monday noon a stop of an hour
and a half was made to take dinner
with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Whltmlre.
Here a sumptuous dinner was en
Joyed with sourwood honey on the
hill of fare.
Returning Tuesday, tho party
OBELISK is the one perfect eil Winter wheat flour?
milled in the cleanest manner possible in a modern, airy,
sanitary mill, untouched by human hands. You run no risk
in giving it a trial-your money back if Obeliuk fails to
make good in the oven test. OBELISK is sold under
the most attractive profit-sharing plan over conceived.
Each sack contains Ballard's "good as-cash" Profit
Sharing Coupons which can 6? mxchanfted for um*ful and
ornamental article* of valut by mailing them to Tho
Profit-Sharing Premium Co., at Louisville, Ky. Write
for handsomely illustrated Premium
Book and begin toda" to save the
\^m?. *.wn rvs. vsr^w
<Zr : coupon;^>:'$M
Co W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
DO YOU LIKE TBE RANGE YOU'VE GOT? DONT YOU NEED A NEW
YOUR FAMILY WILL NOT BE HEALTHY AND BAPPY UNLESS THEIR
FOOD IS WELL COOKED. A PROPER RANGE MEANS PROPER FOOD.
ONE OF OUR RANGES WILL LIGHTEN TBE BARD WORK OF COOKING,
AND MAKE IT FUN.
COME LET US EXPLAIN OUR RANGES TO YOU.
MATHESON HARDWARE CO.,
Btopped at Hie Russell Mouse for an
hour and a half; and here again
Mrs. Russell sustained her reputa
tion by serving one of her excellent
Safest Laxative foi* Women.
Nearly every woman needs a good
laxative. Dr. King's New Life Pills
are good because they are prompt,
safe and do noi cause pain. Mrs. M.
C. Dunlap, of Leadill, Tenn., says:
"Dr. King's'New Life Pills helped
her troubles greatly." Get a box to
day. Price, 2'tc. Recommended by
ali druggists. adv.
.Atlanta Wins Pennant.
Atlanta, Sept. 8..Tho Atlanta
base ball team is the pennant win
ners of the Sou'bern Association of
pt ofeslsonal have hall (dubs for the
season of 191*1, which from all an
gles has been the best season In the
league's history. The New Orleans
Pelicans made the victory of tho At
lanta team poslsble.
In the final games of the season
with Mobile the New Orleans team
wer? tho victors by tho score of 5
to 2. This ht ike tho tie that had
existed between the Mobile and At
lanta teams since tho conclusion of
the gamo here Friday, both teams
winning their Saturday games. At
lanta won 8 1 and lost 5(5 games; Mo
bile won 8 1 and lost 57.
ItOOMS TO RENT.-Five or six
rooms, Main street residence; cool
and convenient; good piazzas. Ap
ply to Mrs. Adalena Oelkers. Wal
halla, S. C. 37-39
I FOURTH-CLASS CIVIL SERVICE
ION A.M I.NATION everywhere .soon;
and tho Postmaster at Fair Play,
Madison, Newry, Richland. Salem
and Weet Union will be thus selected.
, Men and women eligible; our in
struction greatly assists; tuition
moderate; particulars free. Federal
Civil Service School, Inc., Woodward
Building, Washington, I). C.
I HAVE OX MY FARM a Regis
tered (44807) Du roc Jersey Boar
for service. Geo. M. Ansel. Wal
halla, S. C. 31-tf.
Int Niw~s?USr Stl T::f
iNc Visisit LINEJ
III HMM I 111
FREE EYE TEST.
Ask my patients al*mt it, then try
yourself. Satisfaction guaranteed,
if. I. LINLEH, Graduate Optician,
(Office nt Residence)i
Walhalla, 8. C.
WANTED-Chickens, eggs, beef
hides and cattle. R. D. Oelkers, op
posite Lutheran church. . 37*
GOOD FARM FOR SALE-Known
ns the Rev. J. B. Colley place, con
taining 218 acres; about .'IO acres in
cultivation; two dwellings on place;
2 Vfe miles from town of Salem; mail
routo runs through place. For par
ticulars apply to W. H. TALLEY,
Salem, S. C. 35-38
Norman's Drug Store.
Everything in Drugs, Toilet Arti
cle?, Fancy Goods, Stationery, China,
Cut Glass, Pnlnta, Post Cards.
Pure, cleon service at our Soda
Fountain. Ice Cream a specialty.
Special attention given to ladies
and children. Your patronage appre
Chamberlain's Cough Renrcdy
Cures Colds, Croup and WhoaxriCough.