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ONE CENT A WORD
(Hm all ad ver tine mon ti under
this heading inserted at rate of
one cent a word per insertion.
Four Insertions for price of
three.)
(NOTICE.-No advertisement ac
cepted for this column for lows than
IS cent?, ono insertion.)
TH KEE EH 10811 MILK COWS for
sale. Apply to .1. C. KCIOMMIOUIOK.
Walhalla. S. C. 27-28?
MONEY TO li<>AN on Improved
Karin Lands. IC IO. MIC?.CK, IMck
ens, S._0. ~,;-?f
EOlt SALE-Three Fresh Milch
COWS. C. VV. I'lTCI I COKO,Walhalla,
S. C. 26-27_
EOR SALE-My Farm of 110
acres, on Koo wee lt I ver. Apply to D.
H. ALEXANDER, Toccoa, (?a. 24-tf
FARM WANTER.- Wauled, to
hear Hom OWIier ot' a tarin or good
land for sah? for fall delivery. LES
LIE .IONIOS. Pox fifi I, Olney. 111. 27*
TWO FORDS, One Chevrolet. One
Maxwell Second Cats for sale cheap.
T. Iv ALEANDEIt, Walhalla. S. C.
L'T-tl".
WANTED-Few Young Deef Cat
tle, ready for slaughter. Also Chick
ens ol' all hinds. IL 1 ). OKI.KEKS,
Walhalla, S. C. 20-28
WANTED-Position as Teacher
for summer Term. Second grade cor
H?lenle. Satisfactory references. .IAS.
IL WELDON, Westminster, S. C. 27*
HEMSTITCH I N(? and Picoting At
tachment; works on any sewing ma
chine; easily adjusted. Price $J..'.n
wiih lull instructions. ORIENTAL
NOVELTY CO., Pox ll. Corpus
Christi, Texas. UT *
CLERKS- (Men, Women.) over
IT. for Postal Mail Service; $1L'0
month; experience unnecessary. For
free particulars of examinations
write J. LEONARD, (former Civil
Servlco Examiner), 514 Equitable
Dldg. Washington. ?. C. 24-28?
WATKINS SC M M ER DRINKS and
Watkins Cocoanut Oil Shampoo and
a big lino Of over I :! 7 other Quality
Products are hig sellers. We want
tl lady or gentleman agent in Wal
halla and other vacant cities. Write
to-day for free sample and particu
lars. J. iL WATKINS CO., titi. New
York. N. Y. 27-30*
FOR SALE-gT;
Mauldin and Tugaloo Streets,
Seven-room House, 3 Porches,
2 Halls; Electric Lights; Eight
Stall Barn and Garage; Good
Well.
J. L. MOSER,
tf Walhalla, S. C.
Violin Lessons
.MR .MARCEL MARTIN
will give Violin Lessons in Walhalla
?ni Tuesday and Friday ol' euell week
at the Rapt ist Church, beginning on
.hmo 'J I st.
Mr. Martin has had several years
of experience play ing in orchestras in
Paris, France, his native city. Ile
has had for live months a large and
successful class in Seneca.
All persons interested in Violin
Lessons will please address Mr. Mar
tin ut Seneca, S. C., or see him in
Walhalla.
2 '1-27 *
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOCRTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas .J. Maekin.
Rector.
P. 0. Hex 8 2. Anderson, S. C.
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* LOCAL AND PERSONAL. *
* ?J? . J? ?^?. J. * ?J? ?J. ?J. ?t. ?J. ?J. ?J? ?J? ?J? .*.?*..?.?*.
View cards and stationery at
Norman's Drug Store. Walhalla,
adv.-2(1-27.
Lewis C. Harrison spent several
days this and hist week with friends
in I lendersonville. N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Saine, of
Lincolnton, N. c. ure visiting ul the
home of Mr L. T. Simmons this
week.
Wc are requested lo announce
tli.it the /ion school will open Mon
day, Inly lita, lt is hoped that the
parents and children will all ho pr?s
rut. Visits from parents during Ihn
rossi on will he appreciated.
-Tho b<>st ls Mic cheapest, and
that is the Willard. Hughs Carago,
Walhalla. adv.
Columbia Slate. .Inly (tb: " Mr.
and Mrs. VY. |<. Iludgcits announce
the marriage of their niece, Elise
McCorloy, lo Charles W. Pitchford.
'Thursday, .nae :;ti. at Pel/.or." 'This
announcement will carry with it Hie
element of surprise lo many, as few
Of tho Walhalla friends of Mr. Pitch
ford had been apprised of the fact
that ho was to be married. Mr Pilch
ford is a son Of Mr. and Mrs. s. \.
T'tChford, of Walhalla, and has nu
merous friends here and elsewhere
in tho county who will join with The
Courier in extending congratulations
to him, ami lo thc young couple all
good wishes.
-'Best quality talcum and face
powders, toilet articles. Norman's
Drug S_tore, Walhalla.-adv.-26-27.
-Miss Florence Hetrlck spent sev
eral days last week among friends <n
Anderson.
- Miss Elizabeth Hughs returned
home Sunday, after having spent a
: week with relatives at Liberty.
-Miss Mildred Moore, of Jack
sonville. Fla., ls visiting her uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Nor
man.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brennecko,
of Columbia, are visiting the for
mer's mother, Mrs. Fannie Bren
necko.
-Othes have been tried and
found wanting. Tho Willard battery
never falls. Hughs Garage, Walhal
la.- adv.
Mrs. Claude McMahan, of the
Fairview section, spent several days
lasi week ill Walhalla with her pa
rents. Mr .and Mrs. W. M. Alexan
der.
- -Misses Sallie and Elizabeth
Strihlihg are spending this week at
their mountain home ill tho White
water section.
Mrs. G. B. Bulley and daughter,
.Miss Frances, of Greenwood, are
guests lin's werk in the home of Mrs.
Faunie Brennecko.
- Mr. and Mrs. c. ll. Long, of
Sparlauburg, spent tho Fourth in
Walhalla visiting ?it ibo home of
Mrs. Long's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
lohn M. Moody.
- All makes standard sowing ma
chino needles at Moss ,fc Ansel's.Wal
halla.- adv.-21-l.f.
Neil Macaulay, of Columbi]'., and
Miss I ssa bel le Macaulay, of Ander
son, aro .-pending a few day.- with
lln-ir mother. Mrs. Hettie Macaulay,
?nd family, of Walhalla.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Williams, of
Columbia, are visiting the hiller's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown.
They have many friends here who
are delighted to welcome them to
our midst.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kilgore
and children, of Woodruff, S. C.. aro
spending the summer In Walhall;)
They have rented the home of Mrs.
h. T. Covington for the summer
months.
-'.Mrs. Wm. J. Strlbling returned
to-day from Atlanta, where she had
been for the past few weeks with her
daughter, Mrs. Witherspoon Wallace.
Mrs. Wallace and little daughter ac
companied Mrs. Strlbling home and
will be here for some time.
- Delicious ice creams and fruit
drinks. Norman's Drug Store. Wal
halla. S. C.-adv.-215-27.
Wo aro requested lo announce
Illili a lent meeting will begin at
Mountain View church next Satur
day night, July ?Mh. Itevs. Davis and
stewart will conduct the meetings.
A cordial invitation i.- extended ?o
nil lo attend these sei vices.
We aro requested io announce
Illa! Ibo Fairfield .school will open 0:1
Monday. Hie I SI li ot' July. Filtrons
ol' ibis school are urged in boar the
fad in mind thal lin- opening dale
is the I Sill, as aol a lew ol' the peo
ple of the Fairfield community have
gotten Ibo impression thal school is
to open on 1 be I I t ii.
A. L. Cosset!, editor of the Til
ga loo Tribune, was in Walhalla for
a shorl while Monday on business.
lt bas been a long time since "Cus"
visited among bis friends here, an 1
he noted many changes about the
town. Mr. Cossett is a splendid fel
low, and a most welcome visitor al
ways 10 The Courier office.
- You have had trouble willi your
battery, but lt was not a Willard. One
Wi'lard will end your battery troiiA
hies. Hughs Garage, Walhalla.-adv
I F. lingers, of Walhalla Ut.
2, killed a large rattlesnake in his
held near his home otu* day last
week. Mr. Bogers was plowing, and.
reaching the end ol' a row which ter
minated at lite edge of a clump of
trees, his horse shied off. and inves
tigation revealed the rattler coiled
lind raitling his warning. Mr. Bog
ers secured a hoe and killed the
snake, which measured four feet ia
length and had eleven rattles and a
button.
We have received several cot
ton blooms since last Wednesday's
paper was sein out, these coming in
Wednesday and Thursday ol' last
week W. C. Carpenter, ol' Walhalla
Ct. 2. sent us bloom taken from his
field un Hie place of W. W. West on
the j s i h. Mr. Carpenter states that
his cotton will average about two
feet in height. The West farm is in
the Oconee Creek section. Anderson
Young, an aged colored farmer of
Walhalla Ut. 1, sent by Carrier Ira
H. Burley on Wednesday afternoon
a bloom taken from his field on thal
day, .lani' 2iltll. Anderson is always
one of the "early bloomers" of this
section, and is considered a good
fanner. D spile bis advanced age he
works hard and regularly. Ho ls
one of the "old-timers" and bas tho
respect and good will of many white
friends.
i
??VT
-Archie Rodgers, Salem Itt. 2,
writes us, enclosing cotton bloom:
"Cotton bloomed the 29th'ibf June.
I live on T. L. Rodgers' place near
Salem."
-'Wanted-Small bottled- flavor
ing and others. Norman's Drug
Store, Walhalla, S. C.--adv.-2G-27.
--Miss Mattie Riggerstaff, of Phil
adelphia, 'Pa., is visiting ut/the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Hetrick. Mis?
Bigger s ta ff has Humorous friends in
Walhalla who are glad to welcome
her, she having several years ago
boen a guest In the home of .Mr. und
.Mrs. Hetrick.
- Misses Koa Pool and Ruth Grant
of Greenville, spent the week-end at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Smith, near Walhalla. They were
accompanied home hy little Miss Kin
ma Smith, who will spend severn I
weeks visiting her aunt, Mrs. .lames
Rholt.
-There will be an ice cream sup
per at Rocky Knoll church next Sat
urday afternoon and evening, be
ginning at I o'clock. The proceeds
Will be donated to the church and
used for church purposes. The pub
lic is most cordially invited to attend
this supper, and liberal patronage is
solicited.
-Grundy Mill passed through
Walhalla Monday on his way IO his
home al Hmso Cove. Mr. Hill spent
the past winter with relative- in
Louisiana. He has many friend- in
and near Walhalla who are alwiys
glad to see him. Mr. Hill is looking
remarkably well and seems to crow
just a hil younger with each passing
year.
lOlegant line of box candi' - .il
Norman's Drug Store, Walhalla, S.e.
-ndv.-2l!-27.
-The many friends of Mrs. C. H.
Strong will regret to learn tba; she
has been (tuite unwell for the past <en
days, hut will be glad to know : Ital
ber condition is somewhat improved
to-day. She has been suffering with
a severe attack of neuralgia. Tin
Courier joins with many ol bei
friends in the hope that Mrs. Strong
will .shortly be entirely recovered.
- Reports from the girls' cami
at the D. A. lt. school near Tamasset
are to the effect that there were or
the morning of the 4th just abou
100 young ladies encamped. Joli}
and enjoying the first pleasures o
their stay in the mountains, of Oco
nee. The Anderson Mail of the 2c
announced that the following youni
ladies of that city would be (imoni
the early visitors tit the camp: "Misse
Beatrice Spearman, Korence McDa
vid, Ruby Mc Doini ld, Cathleen Cool
and Alina Nance. Mrs. Reed nm
Mrs. Johnston had charge of liv
young ladies from Anderson.
Electric bulbs, flash lights nm
batteries. Norman's Drug store,Wal
halla, S. C.-adV.-2C-27.
We are requested t<> aunounc
thal the Christian Hude.ivor Societ
of the Richland church will have
public meeting in the church nex
Sunday night, July I 0th, al s o'clocl
The theme for the program is "Soi
Ice," and a number of young peopl
will take part. Special music hs
beim planned and tho older peoph
as well as the your.}', are invited t
see what the SOCK ?/ is doing. Th
society has been organized only
short time, hut rapid progress ho
been made. The public is urged t
attend, and a most cordial w alcorn
awaits all.
-We are glad to learn that ot
young friend, Thoa. J. Davis of tl
United Slates Army, now in He
many, has been promoted to ibo ran
of first lieutenant, regular army. M
Davis is located at Coblens, Go
many, and in letters home states Ihl
it is very doubtful if he can get ti r
lease from the service or furlottf
of length sufficient lo permit of
visit home, lt has been four yea
since ho has seen homcfolk.-. and 1
has been in service overseas a Uti
more than two yours. He bus mai
friends in Oco noe who wish for hi
continued promotion in Hie servir
Ile is a son of Mr. and Mrs ll.
Davis, formerly of West I nion, b
who now reside below Seneca.
The Moy Scout Hand of Sene
rendered an exceptionally line co
cert at the Walhalla High Sehe
Auditorium on Tuesday night of la
week. They were assisi ed by Mu
celle Martin, violinist, ?ind Miss K
na Brock, pianist. Mrs. Leisler,
Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Will
vocalists, with Mrs. Husk m ,\nd(
son, accompanist. The boys are lt
der the direction of Supt. J.
Coates, of tho Seneca schools, a
Mr. Haynes, and these gentlemen (
serve great credit for the really i
mnrkablo work they have done in
short a time in'the training of thc
young boys, lt ls to be regretted tli
more of the people of Walhalla <!
not hear these young people. T
violin solos by Marcelle Martin wc
beautifully and artistically renden
and the vocal selections, solos a
duets were lovely. A flute solo
Mr. Haynes waa greatly enjoyed. T
whole performance was far above t
BARGAINS
BARGAINS
YOU WILL GET DURING OUR
July Clearance
Which Begins Friday, July 15th,
RAIN OR SHINE. - RAIN OR SHINE.
-(WATCH FOR OUR BIG POSTERS?)
L. BLUMENTHAL,
WESTMINSTER, S. C.
average in excellence, and we hop?
that the young people will com?
again and give us another m?sica!
t rea t.
- Best ."?c. cigars on the market
at Norman's Drug Store.-adv.-26-27
-W. lt. Poole, of Greenville, wnt
a visitor al (he home of Mr. and Mrs
W. M. Drown last week.
- Milam Wood, of Wilmington, X
C.. spent the week-end in Walhalla
visiting ai (he home of Mr. and M ra,
S. X. Pitchford.
?-A. il. White and Jerry Hope, ol
Gainesville, Ga., spent the past week
with the former's parents, Mr. and
Mr;;. L. li. \\ hilo.
-Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown and
family spent the past week-end at
.locassee. They were accompanied
hy Mrs. Kate O. Smith.
-Tho meeting of the Parsonage
Aid Society of tho Walhalla Metho
dist church has boen postponed on
account of the missionary meeting
at Sandy Springs.
- Mr. and Mis. W. P. Grant and
children, of Liberty, were guests last
week of Mr. and Mrs. L. II. White.
While in Wallia Ha they also visited
Mr. (?rani's mother and sister.
--Owing lo the fact that several
of the candidates for baptism are
absent from town, the ordinance of
baptism will not bo administered this
(Wednesday) afternoon, as announc
ed at the First Baptist church last
Sunday morning.
- (fawkes's celebrated glasses,
colored shades and goggles, at .Nor
man's Drug Store, Walhalla, -adv.27
- We are indebted to our good
friend. It. L. Hoggs, of tho Xew Mope
section, for a treat in the way of a
quantity of Iiis line Carolina. Hun
combe and Striped June apples. The
ones presented by Mr. Hoggs are hy
all odds the best we have seen Ibis
year, perfect In form and condition
and delicious of flavor. Thanks,
- There will be preaching at tho
Pleasant Hill Baptist church on tho
afternoon of July 17th (the third
Sunday), at 3.30 o'clock, al which
lime Dr. W. J. Langston will occupy
tho pulpit. This will bo an Important
service and all members are urged
lo bc present. The public is cordially
Invited to attend. A treat ls in store
for all who tittend. Dr. Langston is
ono of the foremost ministers of thc
Baptist church in our State.
-There will bo a community Sun
day school picnic at Cobb's Mill, on
Changa creek, on Saturday, July 16.
The Oak Grove Sunday school ex
tends a cordial invitation to all the
Sunday schools of Ibo community lo
Join with them on this picnic occasion
and to help in making the day one
of real enjoyment. Everybody ls ask
ed to bring a well-filled basket. All
are to meet at the Oak drove school
house at 8.30 a. m. Wagons will be
furnished for the small children.
-Mrs. Julian Dendy and little son
returned to Walhalla the latter pan
of last week. They have been visit
ing relatives at Mrs. Dendy's old
home at Cranbury, Texas, for .several
weeks past.
-Quito a costly blaze occurred at
the J. K. Kelley farm, near Ta ma 8800
(now owned by Thos. Chatham) on
Tuesday night of last week, about
S.30 o'clock, when lightning struck
tin? barn, resulting in a lire which
destroyed the barn and crib and their
contents, the most Important part of
which was 200 bushels of corn and
10 bales of colton. Quick action en
abled those about thc place to get
?U1 stock out without injury. Tho j
buildings were insured in the Oconee
Flirmers' Mutual Fire Insurance As
sociation, but the contents was un
protected. Mr. Chatham's loss will
bo considerable There was quite a
heavy wind, rain and electric storm
over this section on Tuesday night of
last week at about the same hour at
which the storm burst in the Tamas
see. section, the electrical display be
ing ono of the m J d beautiful we
h?, ve ever seen. Thetv was no da Ul
lage in this immediate vicinity so fat
as we have heard of.
-The announcement of an en
gagement which appeared in the
(Birmingham Age-Herald of June 2t?,
and which will provo of interest to
a wide ci?clo of friends of the con
tracting parties tiiroughoul this
State, is timi of Miss Elizabeth Keith
Harris, of Birmingham, to Aubrey
Marshall, of Anderson, this State.
The wedding will take place, some
time during July. Miss Harris is the
eldcsl daughter of Mrs. May Keith
Harris and has many friends in Wal
I halla, sin? having visited here on a
number of occasions. She is a young
lady of charming personality and
numbers her friends by her acquaint
ances. Mr. Marshall ls a promising
young business man of Anderson, be
ing engaged in tho cotton business
in that ctiy. The young couple will
reside in Anderson and will be at
home to their friends after Aug. 15.
Tho Courier Joins with a host of
others in wishing every happiness to
these young people.
The Anderson Milli of July ?.
says: "An anxious wife seeks Infor
mation ns to the whereabouts of Da
vid Burrowes, a local man. Ho has
been missing for two weeks, and Mrs.
Burroughs fears for her husband's
safety. Burrowes is stout, about .">
foot, 5 or f. inches in height, lins but
ono eye, and plies his trade as a
monder of umbrellas. Ho has been
making short trips from homo re
cently, repairing umbrellas and do
ing oilier .Jack-of-all-trades* work,
always returning home. This time,
however, he has been away for two
weeks and his wife feels great anx
iety over his disappearance. Any in
formation as lo Mr. Burrowes where
abouts will be appreciated." The Mr.
Burrowes referred to was a familiar
figure in Walhalla, where he had es
tablished quite a reputation for his
splendid work and straightforward
dealing. It has not been more than
a few weeks ago that he stopped in
The Courier olllce, and for the first
time in ninny visits be has paid us
did not inquire for work in his line.
At that time he was in the best of
spirits. Ile is a genial fellow and bas
not n few warm friends In those parts
who will Join with us in Hie hope
that no misfortune has befallen him
in his travels.
NOW IOU THE LAY-BY SCHOOLS.
Important Factors in the Campaign
Against I ll i ferney.
We are about to enter into one of
i the most important campaigns
I against illiteracy that has ever been
j waged in Coonee comity. Miss Noll
Hines, of Seneca, has been s-ecured
as supervisor and organizer of this
work. Miss Wil Lott (?ray, tho State
organizer, has consented to aid Miss
Hines for ten days, beginning Fri
day, .Inly 15th. We are very anx
ious that everybody who is inter
ested in the education of our people
take a part in this work. Your in
fluence will be a great help. Some
of our best men and women are not
able to write legibly or read intelli
gently. There is no reason why theFo
men and women should not learn
now, since they failed fo have
an opportunity lo go to school
when they were younger.
I had the pleasure of visiting an
adult school while in Greenville a
few days ago. H. was an inspiration
to hear an old man there-over 50
years old-read and spell, when a
few months before ho could do nei
ther. Ile told us that it certainly was
a great comfort to him to bo able to
read lils Bible; tl ; ho had always
wanted to road, but Just never had
any one to encourage him in trying
to learn.
Now, let us all encourage this
work and make it a success. Shall
wo not depend on all tho people of
Oconeo county to aid us In this work?
Respectfully, L. C. Sponres,
Superintendent of (Education.
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