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By Steck, Shclur HugliM & Shclor.
WALHALLA, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNj
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By Steck, Shclur HugliM & Shclor.
WALHALLA, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNj
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?J. LOCAL? AND PERSONAL. ?I?
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-An early Easter service will be
hold at St. John's Luthoran church
next Sunday morning at 7 o'clock.
Tho regular service, with the admin
istration of tho Lord's Supper, will
be at ll o'clock Sunday morning.
Tho church will bo docoratod with
flowers'and ovorgreon. A cordial In
vitation ls extended to all to attend
thcso services.
-Tho Rook Club had a most de
lightful mooting with Mrs. Drosdon
Smith Te jsday aftornoon of last
week. Several visitors added greatly
to the ploasuros of the aftornoon. At
the conclusion of the game the hos
tess, assisted by Miss Rossie Taylor,
served a delieious salad course, with
iced tea. The club will meet with
Mrs. Chas. A. Hotrlck March 30th.
-We are glad to soo our good
friend, W. D. Dodd, in and out of
Walhalla quite frequently at tho
present time, and to note that he will
be with us in a business way in the
future. To-day Mr. Dodd ls opening
a garage where he will conduct a
repair shop, in which special atten
tion will be given to auto work of
all kinds as woll as general repairs
to engines, etc. He is located in tho
room formerly occupied by Robert
G. Macaulay. Mr. Dodd and family
will continue to reside at Westmin
ster for the present. We wish him
success In his undertaking here.
-I have about 35 hoad of good
young horses and mules to sell, anti
they are worth the money. Will soil
for cash or good paper. These are
all roal work stock-'Just tho kind
you will need for tho heavy spring
work. Also have bugglos, wagons
and harness, Nllvor plows and re
pairs, Chattanooga plows and repairs
-all to go at right pricos. Milk cows
and boef cattle. Come and soe me.
W. M. Brown, Walhalla, S. C.-adv.
-Charlotte (N. C.) Nows, March
18th: "Queen? Collogo will bo rop
resentod at tho Palmafosta, to bo
held for one week at Columbia, S.
C., March 28 to April 2. and to bo
participated in by all South Caro
lina. Miss Carrie Darby Harrison, of
Walhalla, S. C., ls the Queens Col
lege representative. She will, how
ever, represent her home county
Oconee-of which Walhalla is the
county seat. Recently popularity
contests were conducted In all South
Carolina to select representatives to
attend the Palmafestn, and from
these there will bo seloctod at Co
lumbia during the week of carnival
a Queen of Palmafestn. Miss Harri
son's friends nt the college, as well
as many of her admirers and friends
in Oconco county, aro willing to place
odds that she will bo close to the
winner when the votos nre counted
at tho Painuifesta. Tho current Issue
of Tho Keowee Courier, printed nt
WrInalla, tells of the contest thu'
ended in the election of Miss Harri
son ns Oconee county's representa
tive at tho Palmafosta, which is a
unirme institution of its kind, and
which ls expected tn time to become
of nation-wido interst because of its
singular features. Miss Harrison ls
a member of ?he junlon class at
Queens, where she ls a popular mem
ber of tho student hody "
-On Monday of last weok Mrs.
Minnie Smith died at her homo near
Salom, after an Illness of some con
siderable duration. Tho deceased
was well known In Walhalla and
other sections of the county, and was
the wife of R. E. Smith. Before her
marriage she was Miss Minnie Col
ley, a daughter of the late Rev. J. B.
Colley. Sho was born in Plckons
county, Eob. ll, 1871. 1 lor parents
moved from Plckons county and lo
cated In tho Salem section of Oconoo
When the deceased was but seven
years of ago, and since that time
Salem had boen nor homo. She bo
en me n member of tho Salem Bap
tist church in early life, and was a
consistent member of that church
continuously until tho time of her
death. Tho day following her death
the remains were laid to res? in tho
Whitmlre cemetery, there being a
large concourse of sorrowing rela
tives and friends presont to pay tho
last sad tribute to tho memory of
tho deceased. Rey. Abercrombie, of
survived by hor husband. R. E.
Plckons. but formerly pastor of the
Salom Baptist church, assisted by
Rev. Mr. Jones, the presont pastor
of tho Salem church, conducted the
funoral services. Mrs. Smith loaves
to mourn her death, of her own Im
modlate family, one brother, J. S.
Colloy, of Walhalla, and two sisters,
Mrs. Eva Lee, of Westminster, and
Mrs. Jossle Talley, of Salem. Her
father, mother and ono brothor pro
ceded her to the gravo. She is also
Smith, and three stop-children, Wll
tlam and Eugene Smith and Mrs.Bos
sle Alexander. Mrs. Smith was an
exemplary woman, greatly bolovod
by all who knew her, and her Ufo
was full of good works. Thore aro
many who will loam with deep ro
gret of her death, and who will join
with Tho Courier In extending sym
pathy lo tho bereaved ones in their
sorrow.
? -Little Mary Louise Rutledge,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Rut
ledge, has been seriously 111 for tho
j past ten days at tho home of hor
i grandmother, Msr. J. P. Cantrell.
I ?Ve aro glad to learn, however, that
1 tue condition of the little ono ls re
ported to be very much Improved.
: North Anderson Singing Association.
? The North Anderson Singing As
sociation will moot with the Fant's
j (?rove l\ptist church next Sunday,
March 27th, all day. Everybody ls
I cordially Inlvtod to attend, as wo aro
expecting several slngprs of note,
among whom aro R. N. Gresham, W.
P. Stevenson, W. M. Murphree, R. N.
Smith W. W. Halo and W. O. Mc
Kinney. Come, and bring your song
books and well-tilled boskots, and let
na mako tho day one of praise and
service to God. W. C. Barnett,
C. D. Fowler, President.
Secretary.
CABBAGE PLANTS
- FOR SALK -
I have nice, stocky Plants? just
tho right size to set out. It will
pay yon to hare plenty of Early
Cabbage lu your garden.
- VARIETIES -
Charleston and Karly Jersey
Wakefield,
I fat Dutch,
Succession and Early Summer.
- PRICES -
Less than 5 thousand at $1.50 ?
per thousand.
St to lo thousand at ?1.S5 per
thousand.
IO H? on s und and over at $1.2ft
per thousand.
Can mako Prompt Shipment.
Send money with order.
Plants by mall, itOe. per hun*
dred, prepaid.
C. F. Hethintfton,
(7-ia*) MEGGKTT, S. C.
A curious idea among the Bur*
mese is that people born on the same
day of the week must not marry.

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