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ONE CENT A WORD
(Small advertisements under
this heading Inserted at rate of
one cent a word per Insertion.
Four Insertions for price of j
three.)
(NOTICK.-No advertisement ac
cepted for this column for than
16 cents, one insertion.)
MILK COWS Foil SALK.- Write
or see DEAN DAVIS. Seneca. S. C.,
lloute 1. 20-tf
FOR SALK-Nancy Hall and Por
to Pico Potato PluntS for May and
June delivery at $1.50 per 1,000, by
exp ross; by parcel post, $1.00 per
1,000. J. lt. MCCLELLAN, Rocking
ham, Ca. IS-lCt*
WAXTKI)- Mun with team o?
anlo, to sell on i- products In this
county. Men and Women for city
saloswork also wanted. Stale wheth
er you prefer city or counry work.
Mention this paper. McCONNON &
CO., Winona, Minnesota. 19-20'?_
FOK SALE-Fodder and Wood.
1,000 bundles Three-hand Fodder,
$.'1.00 per hum!!'''.!; four-foot Dry
Pine Wood. $4.00 per cord; cul in
stove lengths, $5.00 per cord, deliv
ered. MARCUS KINO, Walhalla. S.
C.. Ut. !. 1 S-2 I *
YOI NO MKN, Women, over 17. for
Postal Mall Service; :> I 20 per month.
Examinations May. Experience un
necessary. For free particulars of
ins! incl ion, writ.' .1. LEONA RD, (for
mer ('?vii Service Examiner,) ?> I I
Equitable Itldg., Washington, I). C.
1 s - 2 I 1
Nt IT M L.-Warning.-The public
i-- hereby nolilied I itu I my daughter,
ELM A ! .< ?W E. iias lefl my home
against my wishes and without my
consent. All persons are hereby
warned and nolilied not lo harbor
the s lid ELMA Ll ?WE. under pain
of full penalty ol' Ibo law. M. C.
LOWE, Salem. S. C.. Kt. 1. 1 0-22 ?
WANTED- Twenty-live Men of
Cond Character ami habits, having
high school education (college edu
cation helier), lo lake a free course
in Life Insurance Salesmanship at
our i lome Oflice. These men will be
then turned over to Ceneral Agent
controlling territory in which they
live, both the Company and Ceneral
Agent helping them gel started in a
profession (hat pays, that is grow
ing and that requires no capital. A
great opportunity for men twenty
live to forty-live years old. Address
C.W. ESTES, Supt. of Agents. South
eastern Life Insurance Company,
Greenville, S. C. 2(>
Registered
Du roc Jersey.
Pill Xo. is?7r.O; sire Cardinal
Orion No. 114259. Young and vigor
ous. Ready for service.
AT J. lt. KA I ILK'S I IA RX,
Walhalla, S. C.
1 S-tf.
ST. FRA NC IS' CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Miliildin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES OX THE FOURTH STN
DAY OF KA Cl I MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .0.?50 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.le.au a. m.
Reverend 'Thomas .1. Mackin.
Rector.
P. O. llox S2, Anderson, s. C.
A Regular Communication of Mine
r?0L,j??Tt|| Ridge Lodge, No. '.IL', A I?'.
M- wi" 1)0 1,(,!<! n<>xt ',,r|- '
HM^MI day night, May 2(1 th, 102 1. j
ni s. : : 11 o'clock,
Special Lecture
Visiting brothels always welcome.
.1. lt. S. DENDY, W. M.
W. O. WHITE. Secretary. (adv)
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?f. LOCAL AM) PERSONAL, .fr.
*I* *I*.?* *?*"I* *!* *?*.!* *!* . I* ?I* *\* ?I* 'I* ?I* *l* ?I*
I.ano bundles of good fodder fo'.'
sale at I. p. siribling's, Richland, s.
C. adv.-ja
Attorneys .1. R. Karie and E. I..
Menuhin spent the first of this week
in Columbia, where they are repre
senting clients before the Supreme
Court.
Miss Carolyn Rogers, who has
been attending Queens College, ?i
Charlotte, X. C.. is expected home
lo-day and will spend Hie vacation
period here with her mother, Mrs.
lt. L, Roger*.
See our bargain counter of cap.-5,
reduced from $1.50 and $2 lo $1.
c. w I. E. Ilauknighl. adv.
'lhere will be a musical, given
hy Hie pupils of Mrs. .lillian Dendy
and the High School Glee Club, al ibo
auditorium to-morrow (Thursday)
night at v::n o'clock. Every one is
mosl cordially invited to attend.
We are requested to announce
.hal Rev I. T. Mann will preach .it
llonvcrdam church, l'air Play, next
Sunday morning at 1 1 o'clock, and
?I Double Springs that night at s
o'clock, Tho public is cordially In
vited io attend both services,
Your neighbors save money by
trading with .layne-, why don't you
walk a block and save a dollar?
'Maynes cuts the price and sells the
goods." adv.
--Miss Nell Hines will have
charge of (he work of organizing tho
lay-by schools in Oeonoc this year.
Miss Hines will finish post graduate
work at Winthrop at the present
commencement soason, leaving Win
throp this time with Ibo degree of
Master of Aits. .Miss Hines bas
been identified with educational work
In our county and ls too well known
to need any Introduction or com
mendation at our hand?. She Is a
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Hines
of Seneca.
-For dry goods and shoes, .see J.
?I.Alley,West Union, S. C.-adv-21*
- -Mrs. W. M. Alexander left last.
Thursday for Asheville, where she
will spend some time visiting hel
son, Cleveland McKenzie, and ut Hy.
-Mrs. Sophia Woods : son
Chester, of Birmingham, AI . are
j visiting at the home of the . mer's
j uncle and anni, Mr. and Mrs. ll. C.
: Busch.
-The best ls the cheapest, and
that is the Willard. Hughs Garage.
Walhalla,-adv.
More than one h II n il red white
people stood tho teachers' examina
tion in Walhnlla last week. If all
these pass on their examinations and
apply for positions in thc schools at
tho next session Oconee's teacher
scarcity problem will have been set
tled.
- in lieu of lb?' IJeuverdam Bap
tist Sunday School Convention, to bo
hold at Westminster May 27 nod "s,
there will not be a union meeting
as announced to be held on th" above
dates al Now Liberty church. The
two unions aro uniting to h co a
Sunday school convention. N 1 at
tractive program has been ar ngod
for this convention, and oven Bap
tisi Sunday school in thc association
Should send delegates.
- If you waul lo buy a second
hand buggy, worth the moue: soo
W. M. Brown. Walhalla.-adv.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Schrod? . en
tertained very delightfully a fi of
the young people of Walhalla on ' -1
friday evening. Aller a numb" of
gaines of rook, a delicious s\ cot
course was se: ved. Those enjoying
this lovely occasion were Misses .'i
llice Macaulay, lioso Mary lin ch.
Bessie Taylor. .Iulia Kaufmann, lem
mie Ansel and Elsie Kaufmann; Car
wood Jayncs. Klaren Bitter. Derri ll
i
Darby, Mollentan Seaborn. William
Bell and Buy Cox.
-Caffnuy Ledger: "A pretty com
pliment lo Miss Ivor Brown, a bride
elect of .lune, was the miscellaneous
shower given Wednesday afternoon
by Mrs. II. 1). Wheat and Mrs. \V. K.
Gunter." Intercut will bc felt in the
above announcement through tho
fact that the honoree and bride-elect
is a daughter of A. Pomeroy Brown,
who a number Of years ago was a
Citizen of Seneca. Miss Brown has
a host of friends in Oconee who, in
advance of the happy event of which
the 'shower-' was a forerunner, will
join with Tho Courier in extending
all good wishes to ber. The Brown
family are now residents of Olympia
Springs, Ky.
I 'o yon ihin k 11 fa tr lo you ,.
husband, son or brother to lake I ho 1
money they work hard for and pay
more for goods iii;; 11 you <-!i buy
i hem for from .layne* .' Walk a block
a m! s;i ve a dolla r. ".Inynes etits thc ?
prie" and sells the goods." adv.
.1. P. Strihling, I. II. Brown and
.1. ! i. Darnel 1 a : tended : he som i -a 11- !
nual meeting of ibo South Carolina
Colton Association on May Uh hil
Columbia. The main object of this J
meeting was lo consider the organ!-j
/.alon of a Co-operative Marketing!
Association in South Carolina for!
cotton and other farm products. Mar
keting associations are being organ
ize! in several cotton-growing States.
The Cotton Association (ll. C. Ha
mer, president. ) and demonstration
forces of tho State, nuder Dr. W. \V.
Long, decided to unite efforts and
put on a campaign lo organize a
Cotton Co-operative Marketing Asso
ciation in South Carolina. The de
tails of [bis campaign are Uing
worked ont now and the campaign
will bi' pul on at an early date. About
four hundred farmers and other
business men attended tho meeting
on Iho nh.
Considerable interest centers in
and around the election to be held
Ibis afternoon for school trust?es o.r
Walhalla School District No. '?G. ll
is really an important matter, and
each citizen who feels thal Ibo inter-1
ests of the High School are his oi
lier interests should take ibo trou
ble to go lo the polls and vole in
this ele.tion. The voting will bo
from 2 o'clock p. m. to t o'clock p.
m.. the space of two hours ample
lime for every interested citizen to
express his or ber opinion hy means
of the ballot. Let each one go to tho
polls and vole for what each thinks
to lie the best for the school. Thal is
the only way in which the very best
interests can be served. Co to the!
polls this afternoon and vote your '
honest convictions, and when the re
RUlt is tabulated, regardless of who ,
may be elected, stand by them and
help them work out Die school prob
lems properly. j
- If you wan! to save money when j
you buy your dry goods and shoes. ;
trade at .layney's, bul if yon don't
want to. just well, you know. Walk
a block and save a dollar. "JnyncS !
cuts the price and sells the goods."!
- -adv, I
-Wanted-All your chickens and
egg?. J. H. Alloy, West Union, S. C.,
-adv.-20-21*
-Miss Rose May Husch is in Spar
tanburg visiting her cousin, Mrs. T?
R. Hartness. While there she at
tended Hie May Festival.
-There will he services Sunday
morning next at 11 o'clock at St.
John's Episcopal church. On Satur
day, May 21st, at 4.30 p. m., there
will be a children's service conducted
hy the rector. Rev. Guy Frailer. The
public is cordially invited to attend
all services at tho Episcopal church.
-We have about f>0 pairs Scout
shoes, sizes from !? to ll, to closo
at $2.50. They are flue for plow
shoes. C. W. & J. E. Ba'uknlght. -
adv.
- Manager Jas. Wilson announces
that Edith Roberts, in "The Unknown
Wife." the special attraction which
was booked for The Star Theatre for
last Thursday, will be the feature of
to-morrow (Thursday) night's pro
gram. Owing to some disarrange
ment in the (Hm service this attrac
tion failed to reach Walhalla for hist
Thursday. "The White Circle" h.is
been booked as a special feature for
Thursday, .May J I. lt is a Maurice
Tourneur picture of exciting action
and colorful background. The plot
centres around a Condon banker.who
attempts to escape with the funds
of au Italian secret society. The story
abounds in love and adventure, and
as ii is a I'aramounl-Artcrnft pro
ducil >n tho patrons of Thc Star will
not ho disappointed in seeing
Pretty Janice Wilson ls the heroine
and Spottiswood Aitken. We 1
Carry and Jack dilbert are in the
casi.
- YQU have had trouble with your
battery, but it was not a Willard. Cue
Willard will end your battery trou
bles. Hughs Garage, Walhalla.-adv
We base been requested to nn
II Oil ncc that Sunday school in all thc
churches will be held as usual, at I"
o'clock, next Sunday. The com
mencement sermon at the school au
ditorium, will be preached at li.i >.
and there will bo plenty of time for
tho children attending Sunday school
to reach the auditorium in time foi
the sermon, which will be delivered
by Dr. 1). M. Douglas, president ol
the Presbyterian College at Clinton
A most cordial invitation is extend
ed to the people of nil denomina
tiona, not only in Walhalla, hut ii
the community nt large, to attune
the special service at the auditorium
-All mokes standard sewing ma
chine needles at Moss <fc Ansel's,Wal
halla. -adv.-21-tf.
-A marriage that came as a pleas
ant surprise to many in Walhall;
look ph e last Monday afternoon. Maj
111, when Miss Eunice (irani, ol' Wal
halla, and J. X. Sharp, of Sand]
Springs, were united in man;.'ge a
Ibo Methodist parsonage. Rev. H. 1*
Taylor, pastor of the bride, perform
ing Ibo ceremony. The bride is .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thoa*. A
('.rant and has hosts of friends win
will join with The Courier in ex
tending the best of all good wlslie;
for future happiness. The congratu
la I ions of all go to the groom ill hi:
good fortune in whaling tho hear
and hand of this charming youm
woman.
-Othes have been tried am
found wanting. The Willard hatter;
never fails. Hughs Garage, Wulbai
la.-adv.
Gaffney Hedger: "Exceptionn
interest attaches to the announce
nient, made Thursday, of tho engage
mont of Miss Ethel Hopkins to S. C
Strihllng. Miss Hopkins is a Win
throp graduate, and hy her grace o
heart ami mind has endeared hei
self to friends throughout the couu
ly. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Rober! .1. Hopkins, of Fountain In'
and a niece Of Dr, Ramsey, presiden
of Greenville Woman's College, an
has been county demonstrator fo
Cherokee since tho marriage of Mis
llambright. Than Mr. Stribliug Hier
is no more popular young man i
thc county, coming lo Caffney se\
eral years ago from Richland, he a
once entered into every activity re
alive to tho fanning betterment <
the home of his adoption. ||e is
grad?ale of Clemson Colh-gc, and
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P, Striblinf
of Richland. His sister. Miss Mell
Strihllng, has been teaching in th
city school two years."
-Screen doors and windows an
refrigerators. Walk a block an
save a dollar, ".layney cuts (ho prie
and sells the goods." adv
The Raul Mayne Cirri.. |Udd it
lirst meeting of the new , ]()|, vei1
with Mrs. W. I). Moss on May 6tl
Interesting readings were given h
Mesdames Hell and Hail.y and Mlf
Stribliug. Al the close of a shot
business session thc Circle ndjotiri
ed and enjoyed a delightful sod.
hour, dining which Hmo Ibo hostes
assisted by Miss Daisy Strong, sor'
od a delicious salad course. ThOi
who enjoyed tho afternoon, oth<
than t te members were Mrs. w. I
Taylor; Mrs. Whiteside of Creel
WOOd. and Mrs. J. D. Veiner, Jr., i
Toccoa, Ga., and Miss Rossie Taylo
CLEMS
SOUTH CAROLINA'S
\
1571 ACHES OF LAM). VALUE <
OPERAT!
DUO KKK COURSES
Agriculture, (Seven Majors,)
Architecture,
Chemistry,
Chemical Engineering,
Civil Engineering,
Electrical Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering,
Textile Industry,
Industrial Education,
General Science.
SHORT COURSES
Agricultural.
Textile Industry,
Pro-Medical.
SUMMER SCOOH li
June lil-July ii'*.
Agricultural Teachers, ?
Cotton Graders,
Collego Make-up,
Removal of Entrance Conditions.
Agricultural Club Boys.
lt. o. T. c.-Clemson is ?i men
H. O. T. C. Students receive ll nu nc
per year during, (ho Junior and Sei
FOB
THE REGIS!
APPLICATIONS \V
The Circle will meei Friday ol' this
week, the je h. nt :> o'clock, with
Mrs. C. \V. Bau knight.
Cuy Cox sjient the pas! week
end with homcfolks at Woodruff,
.Misses Eunice Macaulay and El
sie Kaufmann spent the past week
end in Woodruff, visiting relatives
of Miss Macaulay.
- Mr. and Mrs. II. Y. Yance, of
Greenville, spent the past week-end
in Walhalla with the latter's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Norman.
-250 pairs army marching shoes,
sizes S to 12. The best work shoe
you have seen. Only $5.00. C. W. &.
J. E. Bauknlght, Walhalla.-adv.
- Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Stephens, of the Rocky Knoll sec
tion, on May 14th, a son. This is the
seventh member of a very interest
ing family. Congratulations.
- Rev. James Bellinger, pastor of
the Seventh Day Adventist church,
West Union, requests us to announce
the following schedule of service:?.:
Prayer meeting Wednesday. May IS.
at S o'clock p. m.; preaching Fri
day. May 20th, S p. m.; Sabbath
school Saturday. May 2 1st. 0,45 a.
m.; preaching Saturday. May 2 1st.
ll a. m.; preaching Sunday night.
May 22d. S o'clock. All are cordially
i tl vited,
-This is the year to buy an In
ternational riding cultivator. W. M.
Brown, Walhalla, sells them at re
duced prices.- adv.
-The tenth grade of the West
minster High School will present a
three-act drama on Friday night of
this week, May 20lh, at T.::u o'clock.
'Tho title is "All On Account of Pol
ly." Bebo Daniels, in "Von Never
Can Tell," will he un ino program
also. This promises to be a good per
formance, and everybody who pos
sibly can should attend. It will be
given at 'The Star 'Theatre, Westmin
ster. 'Proceeds go to the Westmin
ster High School. Admission. 15 and
3 0 cents.
-Bear In mind that thc Redpath
Chautauqua will begin the five-day
series of entertainments on 'Thurs
day of next week, May 26th. 'There
is not a liner aggregation of enter
tainers on tho road to-day than those
embracing the various Redpath
Chautauqua entertainers. Pe sure to
get a season ticket, which will cost
you only $2.7",, giving you admis
sion to every attraction. Some ol'
the single attractions are priced al
most half that amount and they
are cheap at that. 'Take in the en
tire program, and save money by get
ting a season ticket.
--'The commencement week pro
gram for the Walhalla High School
includes features embracing Friday
night. May 20th. and including the
night of Wednesday ol' next week.
Wi' have not boen able to secure any
detailed Information concerning the
closing exercise program, bu; the
outline is as follows: Friday night,
May 20th. hoys' and girls' declama
tion contest. Sunday, May 22. 11.1.",
o'clock, sermon hy 'Dr. D. M. Doug
las, nrosident of Presbyterian Col
lege. (Minion. Monday night, music
recital. Tuesday night, graduating
exercises and address by Dr. J. L.
Mann, of Creenville. Wednesday
night, class play. "Ruth in a Rush."
The program promises to furnish a
number of very attractive features
aside from the sermon and address
by Dr. Douglas and Dr. Mann, both
of whom aro well known over the
State ns men of great, ability and
'wonderful force as pulpit orator andi
Mtv-.
COLLEGE^OF ENGINEERING and AGRICULTURE
V. M. RIGGS, President.
OF I'LA XT OVER $2,300,000.00. ENROLLMENT IOU lOltf-'i?O, 1014
IC!) UNDER STRICT MILITARY DISCIPLINE.
VALUE OE A TECHNICAL
EDUCATION.
A technical education is the
best insurance against hard times,
in earning capacity it may equal
an estate of .$50,00(1. For thc un
trained are the positions of pov
erty and obscurity.
Times are hard in South Caro
lina, but thc cost of an education
a' Clemson College is comparative
ly low-sufficiently low to be
within the reach of any ambitious
young man in South Carolina.
Scholarships, free tuition and
tile payment by the United Stales
Government to lt. O. T. C. stu
dents, still further reduce ibo cost.
Do not allow the financial diffi
culties to keep you from entering
college this fall to prepare your
self for the opportunities that lie
ahead.
SCHOLARSHIPS AND EXAMI
NATIONS.
The college maintains one hun
dred and seventy Four-Year Schol
arships in the Agricultural and
Textile Courses. Each scholarship
means $4 00 to help pay expenses
and $160 for tuition, apportioned
equally over the four years.
Also, fifty-two Scholarships in
the One-Year Agricultural Course.
These scholarships are worth $1.00
and tuition of $40. The schol
arships must be won by compet?
Hive examinations, which are held
by each County Supcrintondeni of
Kducation on July 8th. lt is worth
your while to try for one of these
scholarships.
Credit for examinations passed
at the county seal will he given to
those who are not applying for
scholarships, but for entrance.
il bot* of the Senior Division of the Reserve Ollleers' Training Corps. AH
ral assistance from the Federal Government, ibis reaching about 8*200
i lol' Classes.
ITT.I, INFORMATION WRITE OR WIRE
fRAR, Clemson College, S. C.
ILh RE CONSIDERED IN TH E ORDER RECEIVED.
--iawmwmiBmwt:i 11- -i -wa--a
Make Every Field Bog-Tight
Good Fencing protects your live stock and growing crops.
Alter harvest you can pasture fields as desired. From year
to year you can rotate crops scientifically. In fact, good fenc
ing is essential to modern, profitable farming.
?i
95
i
Pittsburgh Perfect
Electrically Welded Farm Fencing
helps put farming on a business basis. It puts fields
entirely under your control, enabling you to farra
them most profitably.
There are heights and designs of "Pittsburgh Perfect" fencing
for every farm purpose. It is a perfected fence of uniform
high quality, and every rod guaranteed. Thc electrical .weld
makes it a one-piece steel fabric of great strength and dura
bility. See us for your fencing, barbed wire, staples, etc.
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
When You IVead
YOI CAN FEEL SURE OF (JETTING THF. NEWS OF TH IO
WOHLD FROM THE MOST RELIALRE SOURCE. NOTHING
YELLOW, NOTHING SENSATIONAL, RUT FACTS (RVEN YOU
EVERY DAY A ROUT WHAT IS GOING ON IN YOUR COMMU
NITY, YOUR STATE, YOUR COUNTRY, AND IN THF WOHLD.
TO KEEP INFORMED, READ
THE STATE <*
DAILY AND SUNDAY.$0.0(1 l?CP Year.
DAILY ONLY . 7.00 Uer Year.
SUNDAY ON LY . 2.00 Fer Year.
The State,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
platform speaker. Dr, .Mann is also
well known in this section by reason
of the tact that not a few years in
his young manhood having been
spent in our midst. Ile is a son of
'the Into. Rev. Coke D. Mann, who
'served as pastor of tho Walhalla
'Methodist chuuch for some years in
'the early period of bis ministry, and
lalor resided here after his active
ministerial labors were over. A most
cordial invitation is extended to all
the citizens of Walhalla and country
round about to attend nil the exer
cises incident to the closing of the
Walhalla High School.
Abyssinian women may divorce
their husbands at pleasure, bul the
husband must show cause.
Subscribo for Tho Courier. (Bos*.)
Center Township Singers.
The Center Township Kinging As
sociation will meei with center
church next fourth Sunday afternoon
at L* o'clock. May 22. All good sing
ers and lovers of music are invited.
J. W. S. King.
Secretary and Treasure!;.
GIRLS! LEMON JUICE
BLEACHER FRECKLES.
Squeeze the Juice of two lemons
into a bot tlc containing three ounces
of Orchard Willie, which any drug
store will supply for a few cents,
hake well, and you have a quarter
pint of tho best freckle and tan lo
tion and complexion whitener.
Massage this sweotly fragrant
lemon lotion into tho face, neck,
arms and hands each day, and .see
how freckles and blemishes bleach
oih, and how clear, soft and rosy
whit o the skin becomes.-adv.

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