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ONE CENT A WORD
(Small advertisements under
this heading Inserted at rate of
one cent a word per Insertion.
Pour insertions tor price of
three.)
( NOTICE.-No advertisement ac
cepted for this column for loes than
Iff cents, ono insertion.)
LAST GIN DAY for Walhalla Gin
Plant will be next Friday, April L
FOlt KALE-Five good, fresh Milk
Cows. Apply to W. R. HUNT, Moun
tain Rest, S. C. 12-15*
FOH SALE-Sweet Potato Slips;
healthy plants. Apply OCONEE OR
PHANAGE, Walhalla Rt. 2. 12-15
WANTED-Tenant with Stock for
2-horse farm. W. O. WHITE, Wul
halla, S. C._ 5-tf
FOR KAIiE-Good Jersey Milk
Cows; some fresh, somo Just coming
in. Will sell for cash or on time. S.
N. BUTTS, Battle Creek, S. C. 13?
WANTED-Man with team or
auto to sell McConnon's Products di
rect to the consumer in this county.
McCONNON & CO., Winona, Minn.
Mention this paper. 12-13*
FOR QUICK SALE-My House
and Lot on Tugaloo Street; part of
lt. H. Alexander homo property. Also
sundry Household Articles. For
terms and particulars see GEO. F.
MELDAU, Walhalla, S. C. 13*
. HEMSTITCHING and Perot ing
Attachment, works on any sewing
machine, easily adjusted. Price $2.50
with full instructions. (HOM NOV
ELTY CO., Box 1031, Corpus Christi.
Toxas. _ 13*
YOUNG MEN, Women, over IT.
for Postal Mall Service; $120 month.
Examinations April. Experience un
necessary. For free particulars of
instruction write JOHN LEONARD,
(former Civil Service Examiner,)
514 Epuitable Bldg, Washington. D.
C. 12-15
GET BUSY-Keep Busy.-Is your
job unsafe? Is lt permanent? You
want a lifelong business. You can get
Into euch a business selling more
than 137 Watkins Products direct to
farmers if you own auto or team, ot
ean got one; If you aro under ?O
and can give bond with personal
sureties. We back you with big sell
ing helps; 5 2 years in business;
20,000,000 users of our products.
Write for Information where tyou
can get terrPory. J. R. WATKINS
CO., Department C, Winona, Minn.
10-P3*
8T. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon..10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackln,
Rector.
P. O. Box S2, Anderson, S. C.
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4? LOCAL AND PERSONAL, .j.
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- Wanted-Clean bottles, up to
half pint. G. A. Norman.-adv.
a -Mrs. R. H. Alexander spent sev
eral days last week with relatives
in Atlanta.
-Edwin Hughs, of Anderson, is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
'M. T. Hughs.
-Three packages of washing pow
ders, 10c.-large size. C. W. & J. E.
Bau knight, Walhalla, -adv.
-James Alexander, of Clemson
College, spent the week-end in Wal
halla visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. H. Alexander.
-Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shanklln, of
Clemson College, spent the past
week-end visiting at the Novilla
homo In West Union.
-For Sale-Cow and calf, one
horse and two-horse wagon and a
nearly new "Harvest King" cooking
stove. T. E. Alexandor, Walhalla, S.
C.-adv. 11-tf.
-Mrs. N. Fant loft this morning
for Fort Mill, where sho will spend
several wooka with her daughter,
Mrs. M. R, Smith. During tho absence
of Mrs. Fant her daughter, Lillian,
will be the house guest of Lina Al
exander.
-Mr. and Mrs. Aull, of Newberry
county, are spending a short while
in Walhalla visiting at the home of
their son, Rev. W. R. Aull. E. H.
Aull, of the Newberry Herald and
News, spent Saturday here with his
parents and brother.
-New arrival of nobby ladies',
misses' and children's hats and rea
dy-to-wear goods at Norman's Dry
Goods Store. Walhalla. Nico line of
spring shoes and slippers, hosiery
and underwear.--adv.
-Tho Parsonage Aid Society of
the Walhalla Methodist church will
meet with Mrs. Elliott Rhodes to
morrow i Thursday ) afternoon at 3
o'clock.
- Miss Pauline Brown, of Hart
well, On., spent the past week-end in
Walhalla with Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Norman, at the home of Mr. and Mrs'.
G. A. Norman. 'Mrs. Harry Norman
accompanied Miss Brown back to
Hartwell, whdjre she will bo for a
week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Gaines.
- B. V. 1). union suits, for men
only, $1.50. C. w. & J. E. Bank
night. Walhalla, S, C.-adv.
- I layne Jones passed through
Walhalla last Saturday on his way
from Tamasseo to Charlotto to spend
severn! days with Mrs. Jones, who
will be in Charlotte until the close
Of Queens Collego, which institution
her sister. Miss Carrie Darby Har
rison, is attending. After the close
of the college session Mr. and Mrs.
Jones expect to make their homo in
Walhalla. This will be pleasant news
to their many frineds boro.
-AU makes standard sewing ma
chine needlos at Moss & AnBel's.Wal
halla.-adv.-24-tf.
-Mrs. J. A. Stock spent a short
while in Greenville the latter part of
last week, the guest of Miss Jante
Hurrison. ^
-Arthur P. Kniest loft last week
for Fort Wayne, Ind., where he will
bo for several days on business. He
will probably visit some of tho towns
in Ohio and Illinois before return
ing to Walhalla.
-Ladies' gauze union suits, only
50c. C. W. & J. B. Bauknlght, Wal
halla, S. C.-adv.
- Kev. L. M. Lyda is Just recov
ering from a severo attack of flu, the
attack having lasted for ten days,
lie is now able to bo out, but is very
weak, but hopes soon to bo able tc
assume all of bis ministerial duties
-Mrs. il. W. Gasque and little
son. Herbert, of Laurens, are visiting
at tho home of 'Mrs. Casque's par
outs. Mr. and Mrs. W. .O White, this
week. They have many friends win
are indeed glad to greet them again
- Seo our bargain table of elli I
dren's slippers, oxfords and sandals
C. W, & J. E. Bauknlght.-adv.
- Dr. J. W. McGlothlln, presiden
of Furman University, will speak a
the Walhalla Bapt^t church nox
Sunday morning at 1 1 o'clock. Tin
public is cordially invited to lit teni
.lis and all other sirvices ai tho Bap
tist church.
-There will be services next Sun
day morning, April 3d, nt 11 o'clocl
at St. John's Episcopal church. Wal
halla. The rector, Rev. Guy Fra/.ei
will conduct the service. The pilbil
is cordially invited to attend this an
all other services at t li o Episcopi
church.
-You have had trouble with you
battery, but it was not a Willard. On
Willard will end your battery trot
bles. Hughs Carago, Walhalla.-ad
-The many friends of Fred Foin
1er will regret to learn that, owin
to ill health, he has been compclle
to give up Iiis studies at Furnia
University for the present. Mr. Vow
1er bas for the past ten days beo
quite ill at the home of his parent!
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fowler, neti
Walhalla. We hope to hear ot ll
early complete restoration to healtl
- Federal officers, accompnnic
by Kural Policeman Littleton an
Deputy Sheriff Sullivan, last Thur
day destroyed a still in the Blac
Bottoms, near Long Nose mountai
There was about 12 bushels of mat
at this place, which was also destro
ed. On Friday last the officers, in tl
Long Creek section, destroyed aboi
1,000 gallons of beer and mash. Tl
still had been removed before tl
officers reached the place.
--New candy agency of the eel
bruted Hollingsworth candim. Nc
man's Drug Store, Walhalla. Clei
bottles wanted.-adv.
-We are informed by Manag
Jas. Wilson, of the Star Theati
that an unusually good showing
pictures is booked for his house
on Thursday night Frank Mayo
.Honor Hound" is the attractio
Frank Mayo ls an actor of exee
tiona! personal charm, and (hose wi
(Mijoy a good picture can make i
mistake in seeing any of his. Fi
Tuesday of next week Mr. Wils*
has booked the supor-Paramoun
Artcraft picture,"The World and l-l
Wife," as a special attraction.
-We regret to learn of the deal
of little Eugene Blanchctt, son i
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Blanchctt, i
Quincy, Wash., the child's death ha
lng occurred one day last week. Tl
father of the child is a son of Mr
W. Z. Blanchctt, who lives near Wa
halla, and Its mother is a daughti
of J. S. Callas, of the Mountain Re
section. They have hosts of frleiK
in Oconee who will join with Tl
Courier in extending to them sil
cere sympathy In their hour or so
row. The child was about twelve <
thirteen years of n~e.
-This Is the year to buy an I
ternational riding cultivator. W. 2
Brown, Walhalla, sells 'hem at r
duced prices.'-adv.
-It is with regret that we lem
of the death of Samuel Alexand
Williams, which occurred at li
homo in the Return community <
Feb. 1st. Mr. Williams was born
Dickons county April 28th, 1850. C
Dec. 29, 1868, he was happily ma
ried to Miss H. C. Prince, and
this unoin ten children wore bor
oigbt of whom, with his widow, li
to mourn bis death. On Nov. 2
1919, ho suffered a stroke of para]
sis, from which he never recoverc
Tho attack was in the nature
creeping paralysis, and the end cai
not unexpectedly to his family. Fi
lowing are the children survivi;
him: Miss Ellie Williams, Mrs. i
E. King. Mrs. M. L. Miller and J.
Williams, of thc Return communtt
Mrs. A. A. Duncan, Greenwood; M
J. B. Duncan, Kasley; A. B. W
Hams. Seneca. Mr. Williams h
lived in the Return community 1
about ,18 years and was esteemed a
respected by all who knew him.
-Tho body of Samuel J. Dickst
who was killed In France in Oe
ber. 1918, arrived in Westminsi
Friday of last week and was laid
rost In tho cemetery of tho Fi
Baptist church there Sunday aft
noon nt 3.30 o'clock. Tho fane
services were conducted hy Rev.
M. Lyda, of Walhalla, from' the FI
Baptist church of Westminster,
ter which the Masons took charge
the body and burled it with the h<
ors of their order. Mr. Dickson v
23 years of age nt the time of
death. He was married in 1914
Miss Oakley, of Westminster, w
with one small son, survives li!
Tho funeral was attended hy abi
two thousand people, who came fr
considerable distances as well
friends near by, who came to pay
last sad tribute to the soldier v
gave his life for his country. 'I
many and beautiful floral offerli
attested to the love and esteem
which tho young man was held. '1
COU ref joins with many others
expressing sympathy to the. heron
ones.
-Frosh Norway mackerel, largo
size only. C. W. & J. E. Bauknlght,
Walhalla, S. "C.-adv.
-Several of the Walhalla young
people attended a delightful dance
nt Toccoa, Ga., last Friday night.
-Joseph Sharp, of Sandy Springs,
was tho week-end guest last week
of his slator, Mrs. Jas. M. Moss.
--Mrs. N. L. Robins and daughter,
Miss Katie, of Whetstone, are visit
ing relative? in Walhala this week.
-New line dry goods at Norman's
Dry Goods Store, Walhalla. Window
shades and curtains.-adv.
-Rev. and Mrs. M. G. White and
two children, of Haina, Brazil, will
be the guests of Rev. and Mrs. L. W.
Lungston next week.
-Mrs. W. M. Alexander spent
tho latter part of last week In At
lanta, where she went for an exami
nation by an eye specialist.
-Jos. A. Rhodes and son, Albert,
of Greenville, spent last Sunday and
Sunday night In Walhalla as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Rhodes.
-The besi ls the cheapest, and
that Is the Willard. Hughs Garage.
Walhalla.-adv.
- Miss Florence Hetrlck, of An
derson College, spent the Easter hol
idays in Walhalla with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hetrlck. and
among friends.
- Miss Ethel Counts, Oconee's ef
ficient Home Demostratlon Agent,
left last Thursday for Rock Hill,
where she will be for tho next ten
days in the interest of her work.
-We are requested to announce
that there will be meetings at tho
Adventist! church in West Union on
April i'd and 3d, with Sabbath school
Saturday nt IO o'clock and preach
ing nt ll. Preaching Sunday night
nt S o'clock, preceded by a song ser
vice at 7.l ">. The services "will he in
charge of .lames Bellinger, evangel
ist.
-If you want to buy a second
hand buggy, worth the money, seo
W. M. Brown, Walhalla.-adv.
- In announcing the marriage of
Miss Josephine Alexander, which
took place Thursday, March 17, at
Seneca, we were in error as to the
name of the fortunate young man.
who is Claude McMahan, instead of
Bani McMahan, as we stated it. We
are sorry for "Paul" and wish again
to offer our congratulations, this time
to "Claude."
-J. Steve Smith was In Walhalla
for a while on business yesterday.
He reports that a colored couple on
his farm in the- Earle's Grove sec
tion are the parents of triplets, the
trio having arrived about two weeks
ago. The parents are Howard and
Mary Parker. The *rlo is composed
of two girls and one boy, and all are
healthy, well formed and doing well.
-Others huve been feled.. ..and
found wanting. The Willard'battery
never falls. Hughs Garage, Walhal
la.-adv. 1
-There are some very attractive
offerings contained in the advertis
ing columns of The Cou rifer this
week. Read the announcements c,
the various merchants of Walhalla.
Westminster and Seneca, and give
them a call. Especially attractive
are the ads. of L. Blumenthal and
the Sheldon Furniture Co., of West
minster.
Rainfall and Temperature.
Below is a record of meteorological
observations taken by H. W. Brandt,
co-operative observer of the Weather
Bureau of the U. S. Department of
Agriculture, during the week ending
March 27th, 1921. at 7 p, m. (The
Instrumental readings are from gov
ernment standard Instrument! ex
posed in the manner recommended
by the chief of the Weather Bureau) :
Character of
Day.
Date
Tempera
ture.
S
Xi
s
Mar. 21-Clear ... .... 85| 54
Mar. 2 2-Ptlycldy.; . 4 9 811 5 5
Mar. 23-Cloudy .. .04 621 44
Mar. 24-Cloudy .. .54' 50| 43
Mar. 2!)-Ptlycldy.; .15 72 47
Mar. 26-Clear ...j .1.371 79 53
Mar. 27-Clear .. .i_ 82 53
Total rainfall ...1.3'
Asst. Postiiuustor General Named.
Washington, March '?9,-Hubert
Work, president of the American
Medical Association and former Re
publican national committeeman
from Colorado, was given a recess
appointment by President Harding
to-day as First Assistant Postmaster
General.
Dr. Work formerly was president
of tho Amorlcan Medico-Psychologi
cal Society and a member of the Col
orado State Board of Health and
Medical Examiners, in 1910 he was
Republican State chairman of Colo
rado. During the war he held a com
mission In the medical corps of the
army and rose to the rank of colonel.
I,cical News from New Hope.
New Hope, March :?s. --Special:
Rev. M. J. Stansell tilled his regular
appointment at this place Sunday,
and delivered a very impressive ser
mon to a large congregation.
Mrs. Robt. Smith, of tho Bounty
Land section, is spending a week at
tho home of her daughter. Mrs. G. I.
Kelley.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Miller were
guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Miller, of the Pleasant Ridge"
section, recently.
Claud Brown, of West (Tulon, was
a recent visitor to friends In this sec
tion.
Miss Belle Thomas visited among
relatives and friends at Newry a few
days last week.
Miss Etta Olazonor, who Is at
tending tho normal school at Wal
halla, spent the week-end with he
homefolkH here.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Owens and
WE SUBMIT
Our Entire Stock of SLIPPERS for Men, Ladies,
Misses and Children for two days to a
SHOE SALE
Friday and Saturday Only,
You buy a pair of Slippers, Ladies\ Men's, Misses'
or Children's at the below given prices, and get an
other pair like it or any kind of the same value at
ONE DOLLAR.
$3.95 Shoe Table
A table full of Ladies* Slippers in
Black and Brown Kid Lace Oxfords.
Some are Patent Leathers, They
are $5.00 and $5.50 values. Buy a
pair of these Slippers at the above
price and get another pair like it at only
oo
$6.95 Shoe Table
Consisting; of Ladies' Fine Slippers
in Black ano Brown Kid, in Military
and Low Heels, values of $7*50 and
$8.50. Buy a pair of these at the
above price and get another pair like
it at only .
$?.oo
$5.95 Shoe Table
This table is filled with the best of
our Low Heel. Shoes. Peter's Brand
in Black and Brown calf for girls.
They are $7.50 values. Buy a pair
of these at the above price and get an
other pair like it at only
$l.oo
$7.95 Shoe Table
Consisting of Real Fine Slippers in
the very finest Kid, Black and Tan,.
They are of the "Walk Over" and
"Martha Washington" Brands, and
sold as high as $12.00. Buy a pair
of these at the above price and get an
other pair like it at only
$J.oo
L. BLUMENTHAL,
WESTMINSTER, S. C.
Fertilizers Will Pay
This Year.
A decision must bc made now.
The planting season is here and time is precious?
What crops will you plant and what acreage will you
give to each crop?
Don't forget that only big yields per acre pay when crop
prices are low?
You can't get high yields in the south without a liberal
use of Fertilizers?
It will pay to get large yields per acre with Fertilizers*
Rightly used, at present values? $1.00 worth of Fertilizer
will give a crop increase worth $3.00 to $5?00.
Fertilizers cut the cost of growing a pound or a bushel of
crops by increasing the yield per acre.
You must have Fertilizers. Waste no time in ordering
them. Delay is dangerous.
For Literature on Profitable Crop Production, write
Soil Improvement Committee,
Southern Fertilizer Association,
Atlanta, Ga. Shreveport, La. Little Rock, Ark.
13-14
two children and Ray Owens, of
Newry, were recent visitors in this
section.
Mrs. George Wynlt entertained her
Sunday school class at an egg hunt
at her home last Saturday after
noon.
Miss Emmie Ansel, one of tho Mor
ton school teachers, spent the week
end with Misses Sara Moss find Allco
Corbin, assistant teachers of tho Ko
owee BOhOOl, at tho home of W. H.
Ola/oner.
Luciotis and Knox Whlto attended
the singing convention at Fofl t's
Grove last Sunday.
Mr. and (Mrs. R. L. Roggs and Mrs.
Homer Hoggs and baby visited at tho
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Kelley, of
IMckons, rccontly.
Hobo Wood bas returned home
from the hospital, but is still con
fined to his room. Ills many frlonds
hope for his speedy recovery.
Idttlo James Owens, of Newry,
spent last weok nt tho homo of his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Thomas.
A prayer mooting has boen organ
ized nt Now Hope, to be hold ovory
Sunday night. Everybody ls lnvitod
to come and nsslst'ln having a regu
lar old-limo prayer meeting.
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